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COVID-19 : SINGAPORE is in Orange Zone
Last Updated: 20 Nov 2020
Latest Information on Travelling to SINGAPORE?

Entry to Singapore for leisure travel is restricted. Evacuation flights are functional from South Korea, New Zealand, Australia, China, Qatar, Turkey, Philippines, Dubai, London, Papua, India, Thailand, France, Japan.

  • Restrictions on small gatherings, restaurants and shops lifted from June 19th
  • Restriction on religious services, libraries and museums, large-scale events like conferences, exhibitions and trade fairs. Also, entertainment venues such as bars, nightclubs, cinemas and attractions will remain closed for now.
  • Short term visitors are still not allowed in Singapore except for Safe Travel pass holders and Visitors with an approval letter of entry from the relevant agency in Singapore.
  • The travellers will have to undergo a 14 day stay-home notice (SHN) at their residence or SHN dedicated facilities.
  • Before the end of SHN period, the travellers will be tested for COVID-19 at designated community testing facilities.
  • Effective from August 10, all travellers entering Singapore or serving SHN at SDF (SHN dedicated facility) will have to don an electronic monitoring device.
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Rescue flights are operating from Mumbai, Paris, Dubai and 10+ more destinations to Changi International Airport.See more.

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  • All public transport including trains, buses and taxis are running with various safety measures in place.
  • The reopened tourist attractions including casinos at Marina Bay Sands, Resorts World Sentosa, Universal Studios Singapore and the Singapore Zoo are following strict safety measures and are safe to visit.
Long tern pass holders of Singapore can now enter its premises Updated: 20 Nov 2020

Singapore has now allowed certain types of travellers to enter its borders. These include long term pass holders like work pass holders and students' pass holders.Read more.

Entry for leisure travel restricted in Singapore Updated: 05 Sep 2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the entry of international travellers for leisure travel is restricted in Singapore. Although, rescue flights from various destinations are operating.

14-day Stay at Home Notice to be followed by travellers entering Singapore Updated: 30 Jul 2020

All travellers entering Singapore after 19 July 2020 who had remained in Australia (except Victoria state), Brunei Darussalam, Macao, Mainland China, New Zealand, Republic of Korea, Taiwan and Vietnam in the last consecutive 14 days prior to their entry, will no longer have to serve their SHN at dedicated SHN facilities but would have to serve the same in their residencies.

The travellers entering Singapore required to obtain a COVID-19 test Updated: 30 Jul 2020

The travellers will also have to follow a testing regime before the end of their SHN. The testing regime will apply to all travellers entering Singapore from 17 June 2020, 2359 hours

Enhanced precautionary measures introduced at Changi Airport Updated: 30 Jul 2020

Fast check-in kiosks and bag-drop machines at the Changi airport have been fitted with proximity sensors. Check-in counters have been fitted with acrylic screens, auto clearance immigration lanes have been upgraded with biometric systems and an extensive, frequent sanitization protocol is being followed at the premises of Changi airport.

Travellers from countries under Green Lane must possess a Safe Travel Pass Updated: 30 Jul 2020

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13 Tourist Attractions Open Up in Singapore Updated: 30 Jul 2020

Several tourist attractions in Singapore including the casinos at Marina Bay Sands, Resorts World Sentosa, Universal Studios Singapore and the Singapore Zoo reopened from July 1st with preventive measures in place, and reduced capacity of visitors. Read more

The ample number of Free Things to do in Singapore city makes it not just a perfect budget destination to explore but also gives you an array of activities to do in Singapore to indulge into and places to explore that you can choose from. Even though this popular destination is considered to be one of the most expensive ones in the world, you can easily make it fall in your budget by making some smart choices.

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Ranging from exciting biking trails to exploring some fine architectural beauties to indulging into some unique activities to do in Singapore on budget. You can try out angling, fly kites with your kids and watch a classic movie under the stars with strangers and so much more. What more to ask for when one of the most expensive southeast-Asian destinations has so much to offer for free!

Free Things to Do in Singapore

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Wander Through Supertree Grove, Gardens By The Bay

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Wander Through Supertree Grove, Gardens By The Bay
One of the exciting free things to do in Singapore is to wander through Supertree Grove at the Gardens by the Bay. Spread at an expanse of 101 hectares, this beauty is a natural park nestled adjacent to the Marina Reservoir. There are three waterfront gardens featured in the park - Bay Central, Bay East Garden, and the largest one being the Bay South Garden.

The Flower Dome of Bay South Garden is the world's largest glass greenhouse. The park attracts millions of tourists each year. What dominates the garden are the tall tree-like Supertrees the elevation of which ranges between 25 meters to 50 meters.

Location - 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore

Timings - 5:00 am to 2:00 am

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Walk Through the Trees at MacRitchie Reservoir

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Walk Through the Trees at MacRitchie Reservoir

Nestled in the heart of Singapore, MacRitchie Reservoir is a lush green part of the largest nature reserve of the country. This renowned public park is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Singapore for free boasting dense forested hiking trails and beautifully landscaped scenic views from the treetops.

If you wish to escape the hustling and bustling city life then this is the place to be. Whether you're an early morning visitor or you'd like a day out with family, this place is great for everyone.

Location
- MacRitchie Reservoir Park, Singapore 298717

Timings
-  9:00 am to 5:00 pm (Tuesday to Friday)
                  8:30 am to 5:00 pm (Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays).
                  Closed on every Monday except for public holidays.

Suggested Read: Amazing Places to Visit in Singapore with Family

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Go the National Museum of Singapore

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Go the National Museum of Singapore

While in Singapore make sure to visit the oldest museum there, The National Museum of Singapore which dates back to 1849. The museum majorly showcases various exhibits associated with the history of Singapore. There are eleven artifacts presently in the museum for one to witness.

Most of the ancient national treasures of Singapore can be found displayed here for the public to freely visit and view. Additionally, the structure boasts an ancient Palladian and Renaissance style of architecture.

Location -
 93 Stamford Road, Singapore 178897

Timings - 10:00 am to 7:00 pm everyday

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Visit the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

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Visit the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, a museum complex and Buddhist temple nestled in Chinatown district is one of the sacred places to visit in Singapore for free. The temple is crafted using the unique architectural style of Tang dynasty in order to house Buddha's tooth relic.

The pious relic of Buddha, the one that it gained its name from can be viewed here on the temple's 4th floor. The temple is quite a popular attraction amongst locals and tourists. The basement of the temple serves vegetarian fare free of cost.

Location - 288 South Bridge Rd, Singapore 058840

Timings - from 9:00 am to 12:00 noon and, from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm

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Go Hiking at Mount Faber

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Go Hiking at Mount Faber

One of the thrilling free things to do in Singapore is hiking at Mount Faber which boasts a height of around 105 meters. For all those who love adventure then hiking up, Mount Faber would give you an adrenaline rush.

Offering plenty of panoramic views of the central business district the place has become a much talked about tourist destination. Mount Faber boasts rich vegetation hiking through which can be extremely thrilling and exciting.

Location
- Junction of Kampong Bahru Road and Telok Blangah Rd, Singapore 099448

Timings
– Open 24 Hours

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Watch Free Concerts at the Esplanade

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Watch Free Concerts at the Esplanade

Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay offers plenty of free things to do in Singapore. The place comprises of a theatre, a spacious concert hall, as well as a performance area in the outdoors. Amongst the various free things to do here, the top ones are enjoying the stunning array of shows that the place puts up.

You can enjoy a cultural evening here witnessing and admiring a concert. There are various performances like local bands, traditional dance performances as well as some cultural show put up by foreigner performers.

Location -
1 Esplanade Drive, Singapore 038981

Timings - 
12:00 noon to 8:30 pm

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Visit Haw Par Villa

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Visit Haw Par Villa

Haw Par Villa is an attractive cultural park spread in an expanse of 8.5 hectares. This is one of those places to visit in Singapore for free which is the last of its kind in the whole wide world. Initially known as the Tiger Balm Garden this park was crafted back in the year 1937.

The park features more than 150 massive dioramas and 1000 statues depicting scenes from Chinese history, folklore, illustrations, mythology, legends, etc. Each year this park boasting Singapore's cultural heritage attracts a number of tourists.

Location - 262 Pasir Panjang Rd, Singapore 118628

Timings - 9:00 am to 10:00 pm
                 (last entry is permitted at 9:30 pm)

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Kite Flying at Marina Barrage

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Kite Flying at Marina Barrage

One of the places to visit in Singapore for free especially with kids is Marina Barrage. This is an ideal location for all those who wish to go kite flying to a windy place. Marina Barrage is one such iconic spot where gusty winds flow and you can enjoy kite flying with your gang amidst wonderful views of the surroundings.

Now many locations can beat Singapore's Marina Barrage when it comes to the exciting activity of kite flying. It boasts the skyline of Singapore as a backdrop as a cherry on the cake.

Location - 8 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018951

Timings - One can visit it anytime but for kite flying you must visit any time before sunset.

Must Read: 
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Walk the Southern Ridges

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Walk the Southern Ridges

Connecting the Singapore southern ridges to parks is a 10 kilometers trail named the Southern Ridges. exploring this undisturbed place is one of the free things to do in Singapore which would allow you to be close to nature.

Some of the major attractions of the place include the several connecting bridges and the lush greenery around. Southern ridges conveniently connect various parks between HarbourFront and Kent Ridge Park.

Location - Kent Ridge Park and Telok Blangah Hill Park, Singapore

Timings - Open 24 hours

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Stroll at East Coast Park

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Stroll at East Coast Park

East Coast Park is a popular beach park nestled along Singapore's southeastern coast encompassing the various planned areas of Tampines, Marine Parade, and Bedok. The park is one of those places to visit in Singapore for free which offers a number of attractions like food centers, BBQ pits, water sporting activities, chalets, etc.

One can fish at Bedok Jetty and also try out skating and cycling as there are separate tracks for both along the perimeter of the park.

Location - E Coast Park Service Rd, Singapore

Timings - Open 24 hours

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Watch the dolphins at the Sisters Islands

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Watch the dolphins at the Sisters Islands

The water at the sisters' island is blue and not murky which further makes it an ideal hotspot for snorkeling. To further add on the rich biodiversity here makes the activity even more interesting and worthy. Singapore's some of the richest corals are to be spotted here.

One can swim in the clear blue waters here and also picnic amidst the pleasing surroundings. If lucky you can also watch dolphins here as they've been sighted here before.

Location -
Sisters Islands Marine Park

Timings - B
efore sunset

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13

Watch Free Movies Under the Stars and Clouds

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Watch Free Movies Under the Stars and Clouds
One of the fun-filled free things to do in Singapore is watching a classic on a massive outdoor screen under the clouds and stars with plenty of strangers. This amazing activity can be done for absolutely no cost in Singapore. Movie Mob allows you this best experience which drives in to combine the concept of movies and picnics together.

You can follow their Facebook page for any details desired as the movie screenings take place at different Singapore locations.

Location: 
32 Eng Hoon St, Singapore

Also Read: Things to do in Singapore at Night you must consider.
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Explore the Instawalk at Pulau Ubin

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Explore the Instawalk at Pulau Ubin

Instawalk, as suggested by the name itself is exploring the beauty with added Instagram moments. Pulau Ubin is one such beautiful destination proving it to be an amazing one day's trip for Instawalk. It is often said to be Singapore's last village also known as 'kampung'. You can have a professional team organize one such trip to Pulau Ubin which would include exploring this beautiful island.

Taking a walk here would take you back to the Singapore of the 1960s when life used to be much simpler, peaceful and sorted. Such an ambiance is no less than perfect for having some much appreciated and talked about Instagram moments.

Location - It is an island located off the east coast of Singapore

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Stroll Through Changi Point Boardwalk

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Stroll Through Changi Point Boardwalk

Changi Point Boardwalk is a boardwalk of 2.2 kilometers at Singapore's Changi Point which offers various things to do in Singapore for free. The Boardwalk comprises of six different sections - Creek Walk, Cliff Walk, Sunset Walk, Sailing Point Walk, Kelong Walk, and Changi Beach Walk.

All six points are unique and beautiful in their own way. Some boast lush green hills, some feature beautiful sunsets, some boast fishing hotspots, some feature cliffs, some flaunt sailing points and some feature beachsides. One gets a wide range of choices to spend a day as per choice.

Location - 7A Gosport Rd, Singapore

Timings - Open 24 hours

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Free Shopping at The Singapore Really Really Free Market

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Free Shopping at The Singapore Really Really Free Market

One of the amazing places to visit in Singapore for free and enjoy everything for free is the Singapore Really Really Free Market. This amazing marketplace is built on the concept of sharing resources and developing a community where lives are collectively improved by caring for one another. You can visit this market where everything comes for free.

You can share your stuff like food, books, toys, CDs and even skills such as singing, hairdressing, poetry writing, tarot card reading and so much more. By sharing, the various items are circulated and re-used and put to the best use possible

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Fishing at Yishun Dam

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Fishing at Yishun Dam

In case you have a thing for fishing then fishing at Yishun Dam is one of the fun things to do in Singapore for free. The Lower Seletar Reservoir and Yishun Dam are renowned hotspots for fishing attracting a number of angling enthusiasts every day.

You can enjoy freshwater fishing and get hold of varying species including Peacock Bass, Barramundi, and Giant Snakehead. If you're lucky enough, you might end up treating yourself with a massive 25 kg Stingray. 

Location
- Yishun Ave 1, Singapore 769130

Timings
– Open 24 hours

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Singapore Botanic Gardens

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Singapore Botanic Gardens

Singapore Botanic Gardens is one of the major tourist places to visit in Singapore for free with an array of horticultural and botanical attractions for you to explore. Possessing more than 150 years of existence the botanical garden boasts a wide collection of vegetation that holds worldwide significance.

Complimenting the lush greenery lies various educational facilities, entertaining events, and recreational facilities to keep the visitors glued.

Location -
 1 Cluny Rd, Singapore 259569

Timings -
 5:00 am to 12:00 am

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Esplanade Roof Garden

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Esplanade Roof Garden

Adoring the beautiful views of Singapore city from Esplanade Roof Garden is one of the exciting things to do in Singapore for free. The magnificent views of the surroundings include the views of the city, Marina Bay views, small shady trees, beautifully landscaped and manicured lawns and so much more.

The visitors are bound to relax amidst the pleasing setting of the place which features ample sitting space.The Esplanade Roof Garden is one of the places where you can click a number of photographs. In order to have the best experience, visit the place at night when a brightly lit surrounding.

Location - 8 Raffles Ave, Singapore 039802

Timings - 10:00 am to 9:00 pm

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Spectra - A Light & Water Show at Marina Bay

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Spectra - A Light & Water Show at Marina Bay

One of the free things to do in Singapore is to witness and adore the magical Spectra - light and water show. This free of cost outdoor night extravaganza can be witnessed at Event Plaza over the waters. This magnificent show lasts for 15 minutes which is bound to leave you mesmerized.

This vibrant show is separated into four parts - mist and lava effects, colored visual projections, dancing fountain jets, and advanced lasers. All four parts are led by grand orchestral sound. You kids would love this 15 minutes marvel while in Singapore.

Location - 2 Bayfront Ave, Event Plaza, Singapore 018972

Timings - 8:00 pm to 8:15 pm (Sunday to Thursday)
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                8:00 pm to 8:15 pm (Friday and Saturday)
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Sri Mariamman Temple

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Sri Mariamman Temple

The Sri Mariamman Temple is the oldest Hindu temple of Singapore boasting the rich Dravidian style of architecture. Nestled in the Chinatown District, this agamic temple holding historical significance is quite a popular tourist destination.

Founded in the year 1827, the temple promotes several educational, social, and cultural activities. Since its foundation, the temple has witnessed plenty of modifications and is also undergoing some recent renovations.

Location - 244 South Bridge Rd, Singapore 058793

Timings -
 5:30 AM to 12 noon

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Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery

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Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery
Built in the early 20th century, The Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery is the largest Buddhist temple in Singapore. The temple savors a free of cost vegetarian meal to the visitors regardless of their language, religion, social status, or any other sort of discrimination in the massive dining hall.

You can visit the temple, offer your prayers, examine it peacefully and enjoy the free of cost delicious meal that they serve.

Location
- 88 Bright Hill Rd, Singapore 574117

Timings
– 6:00 am to 9:00 pm
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Armenian Church, Singapore

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Armenian Church, Singapore
Nestled within the central area at Hill Street, The Armenian Church is Singapore's oldest Christian church. consecrated back in the year 1836, the church was designated as a national monument in the year 1973. The church regularly holds Oriental and Armenian orthodox services.

The architecture of the church is simple and elegantly done by the renowned architect George Drumgoole Coleman. It was primarily developed using the British neoclassical style of architecture.


Location - 60 Hill St, Singapore 179366

Timings
 - 10:00 am to 6:00 pm

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Tanjong Beach

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Tanjong Beach
Tanjong Beach is quite a popular tourist destination in Singapore which is a favorite spot for the ones who love spending time in tranquility and peace. You can relax here glued onto your favorite novel amidst gently flowing breeze.

The vast stretch of the beach turns out to be quite a romantic place as the night falls with twinkling lights provided by the ships on the waters where you can walk hand in hand with your beloved. You can also spend some quality time at some of the beachside clubs and restaurants at Tanjong Beach.

Location - Sentosa, Singapore

Timings
 - Open 24 hours
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Merlion Park

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Merlion Park
One of the most popular and talked about landmarks of Singapore is the beautiful Merlion Park. Nestled in the Central Business District, the mythical creation of the park features the body of a fish and the head of a lion. This is used for Singapore's national personification.

The park boasts two Merlion statues boasting a height of 8.6 meters. The statues spout water from the mouth.The large Merlion statue is accompanied with a cub Merlion statue of 2 meters height. While in Singapore, you must visit the Merlion Park and bring back some photographs of the place.

Location
 - Central Business District, Singapore

Timings
 - Open 24 hours

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Science Centre Singapore

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Science Centre Singapore
The Science Centre Singapore is a renowned institution which specializes in promoting technological and scientific knowledge for the public. This massive place boasts over 8 spacious exhibition galleries with more than eight hundred and fifty exhibits. It welcomes millions of visitors each year.

Every Friday, the Observatory at the Science Centre is made open to the public for n exciting star gazing activity. There can be 50 visitors accommodated in the observatory for one given stargazing session. In these sessions, one can use telescopes to gaze at the stars above in the sky.

Location - 15 Science Centre Road, Singapore 609081

Timings - 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
                  7:50 pm to 10:00 pm 
for stargazing
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Bukit Timah Mountain Bike Trail

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Bukit Timah Mountain Bike Trail
Mountain biking in Singapore at Bukit Timah Mountain is an adventure-filled activity which is for sure to give you an adrenaline rush. This biking trail is a favorite spot of serious biking enthusiasts. The trail is of 6.5 kilometers boasting lush green tropical terrain, sharp descents, muddy corners and so much more to keep your activity an absolutely thrilling one.

There are various small entry points to the trail that you might pick from as per your convenience.


Location - 126F Rifle Range Rd, Singapore 588392

Timings - 7:00 am to 7:00 pm

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Fish Baiting at Labrador Natural reserve

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Fish Baiting at Labrador Natural reserve
Fishing at Labrador Natural reserve is one of the exciting things to do in Singapore for free. It is also popularly known as the Labrador Park which houses the mainland's only rocky sea cliff which the public can easily access. This is a much talked about and more importantly legal location to indulge in the activity of angling.

The Labrador Jetty which has been recently reopened is the place where you can enjoy catching some fish. This jetty was once shut down for a number of years but is now again open to the public including locals and tourists.

Location - Labrador Villa Rd, Singapore 119187

Timings - 24 hours
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Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve

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Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve
The Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve nestled in Singapore's northwestern region is a natural reserve spread in an expanse of 130 hectares. Several colorful bird species can be spotted here which you can capture in your camera.

Featuring rich flora and fauna, you can click some amazing photographs here while spending some peaceful quality time amidst the blessings of nature. In case you're lucky enough, you can spot whistling-ducks and milky stork.

Location - 301 Neo Tiew Cres, Singapore 718925

Timings - 7:00 am to 7:00 pm

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Sultan Mosque

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Sultan Mosque
One of the free things to do in Singapore is to visit the pious Sultan Mosque and offer your prayers. Back in the year 1975, the mosque was designated as a national monument. The creation of this amazing piece of architecture took almost 4 years starting from 1928.

The renowned architects Maclaren and Denis Santry of Swan incorporated balustrades and minarets adopting a Saracenic style of architecture. The mosque is frequently visited by both locals and tourists.

Location - North Bridge Road and Muscat Street in Rochor district, Singapore

Timings - Walk-in visiting tours - 10:00 am to 12:00 noon
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                                                       2:30 pm to 4:00 pm (Friday).

                 Official Visit - 10:30 am to 12:00 PM
                                         2:00 pm to 3:30 pm
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Wall Doodling at Skate Sports

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Wall Doodling at Skate Sports
While in Singapore you must try out wall doodling as you get an opportunity to feel liberated and express your artistic side by painting on a wall. It is a legal activity in Singapore which you would enjoy indulging into. The graffiti art on the walls are also worth admiring. You can have fellow visitors do the same which is also fun to watch. 

Location - 1 Somerset Road, Singapore 238162

Timings
- Dawn to Dusk

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  1. What are the free things to do in Singapore with kids?

    1. National Museum of Singapore: A magnificent white building, the National Museum of Singapore is the oldest museum of Singapore which is also an architectural marvel.
    2. Buddha Tooth Relic: Located in the Chinatown district of Singapore, Buddha Tooth Relic is an architectural example of Buddhist temples from the Tang Dynasty in China.
    3. Haw Par Villa: Depicting ten courts from Chinese folk stories, Haw Par Villa is a place where parents bring their children to make them learn about the importance of good deeds.
    4. Marina Barrage: A huge dam built at the confluence of five rivers, Marina Barrage also serves as a huge field to unleash yourself while gazing at the calm waters.
  2. What are the free things to do in Singapore for couples?

    1. Gardens by the Bay: Beautifully lit in the night, Gardens by the Bay is a great place for both of you to go. You both can take a great stroll while witnessing the futuristic approach of the city.
    2. MacRitchie Reservoir: Singapore’s oldest reservoir, MacRitchie Reservoir is a huge water body surrounded by exotic flora and housing local fauna too.
    3. Mount Faber: A tranquil place overlooking the high rising city of Singapore, Mount Faber offers you places to spend time in the lap of nature.
    4. East Coast Park: Aligned with tall native trees, East Coast Park is a white stretch of sand that offers you a plethora of recreational options.

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