Singapore is one of the favorite destinations for world travelers to take a vacation. Besides having many tourist destinations, Singapore is also known as a clean, modern, neat, and orderly country.
Unfortunately, as a developed country, Singapore has a relatively expensive cost of living. Well, for those of you who want a vacation to Singapore, but still economical, the following destination spots or tourist attractions in Singapore that are cheap and can be included in your bucket list.
1. Raffles’ Landing Site
Raffles’ Landing Site is the place where Sir Stamford Raffles first landed in Singapore. The location is in Boat Quay, Civic District which is on the Singapore River side.
Besides being able to relax and take pictures for free, you can also enjoy the clean and beautiful view of Singapore River here.
2. Clarke Quay
Clarke Quay is the right place to spend the night in Singapore. The location is not far from Raffles’ Landing Site and is still on the edge of the Singapore River.
In this place, you can enjoy a row of buildings nuanced China, while enjoying the beautiful sparkling colorful lights whose light is reflected on the surface of the river.
3. Singapore Botanic Garden
Do you want something fresh? Just come to the Singapore Botanic Garden which is located right in the heart of the city.
In this 74-hectare park, you can enjoy the views of all-green and beautiful. This park is open from 5 am to 12 pm. Fun again, you do not need to spend a dime to enter the Singapore Botanic Gardens.
This area is the most famous shopping center in Singapore. Along the way, you will find many shops that sell a variety of goods, ranging from electronics, clothing, shoes, bags, to accessories.
Just a walk while washing your eyes was not a problem. Because this place is a comfortable pedestrian area. Usually the tourists use it as an OOTD photo background. You too?
5. Little India
Little India is a district located on the east side of the Singapore River. This area is one of the busiest districts in Singapore.
In this area, you can find shopping centers that are open 24 hours nonstop. Don’t forget to stop by the temple named Vadapathira Kaliamman Tample.
6. Bugis Street
Just like Orchard Road, Bugis Street is a shopping paradise in Singapore. The difference is, here you can find a variety of goods and souvenirs at lower prices.
7. East Coast Park
East Coast Park is a city park located on the waterfront. You can enjoy the view of the sea while relaxing here. Not just a hangout, East Coast Park is also often used for various activities, such as jogging, biking, to fishing.
8. Marina Bay Sands
This triplet building is truly iconic. Marina Bay Sands is a complex that unites hotels, malls and casinos. To be able to enjoy the “wow” view, stop by Marina Bay Sands just before sunset.
Besides washing your eyes and taking pictures, you can enjoy the water show and outdoor lights called Spectra for free at night. Complete your day!