Free Things To Do in Singapore

Singapore, Singapore Guide (B): Free Things To Do in Singapore

Singapore is known for being one of the world’s most expensive cities, but did you know you don’t have to break the bank to enjoy yourself while you are there?

However, this list isn’t just for people on a budget. Art lovers, garden enthusiasts and architectural enthusiasts will also find places of interest within this post. The more money you save on things to do, the more you have to spend on a famous Singapore Sling cocktail.

A sprawling metropolis, this multi-cultural City was voted the safest place to live in 2018, and is a mix of Malaysian, Chinese, Indian and Western cultures. Singaporean's are proud of what they have achieved, and its fascinating history is clearly visible throughout the City, once you know where to look.

So without Further Ado, Let Feet Do Travel Share with You, 20 of the Best Free Things to Do in Singapore.

The famous Merlion is located at Merlion Park. The mythical Merlion is a half lion-half mermaid statue which is now the symbol of Singapore. The fish’s body represents Singapore’s origin as a fishing village, and the lion’s head is derived from the Country’s original name Singapura meaning “Lion City”. There are free toilets onsite, as well as cafes’ and a shop for stocking up on water and snacks. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Free Things To Do in Singapore
Guide Location: Singapore » Singapore
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: Merlion Statue   Marina Bay Sands Hotel   Helix Bridge   Light & Water Show at Event Plaza   Garden Rhapsody   Gardens By The Bay   Botanic Gardens   Banks of the Singapore River   Raffles Landing Place and Statue   Bronze Statue   Clarke Quay   Tan Teng Niah   Raffles Hotel   ArtScience Museum   ION Orchard   Buddha Tooth Relic Temple   Sri Mariamman Temple   Thian Hock Keng Temple   Yew Tee Park   National Stadium   Joo Chait Road   Fountain of Wealth   Hotel 81 Premiere Star  
Author: Angie Briggs
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