4. Appreciate Art, then party hard (at Clarke Quay)
Unarguably one of the most visited areas in the city, Clarke Quay offers a lot to tourists.
Here you can see Western style buildings:
The Asian Civilisations Museum,
Fort Canning Park,
You will never be bored!
Did we mentioned they have cool party venues too?
There is a bunch of nightclubs, bars and even floating pubs. If you want to have a drink somewhere special in Singapoure, come to Clarke Quay.
5. Gardens by the Bay – Lightshow
This might sound a touristy thing to do in Singapore, but really, the Gardens by the Bay are stunning and 100% worth it to visit.
The best moment is, of course, to see the light show.
But in case you cannot make it, go at least for a stroll in the area.
Good to know: You can see the changing of the lights from far. However, you can only listen to the music when you are beneath the “flower”.
Gardens By The Bay is very close to Marina Sands Bay. After the light show you can have a stroll along the Clarke Quay, mentioned before.
6. Cloud Forest
The Garden By The Bay is more than the colorful “trees” you see above in the photo.
Visit the Cloud Forest in Gardens by the bay and discover a whole natural world: with a waterfall, the mist. thousand of plants, and all the way up.
The complex itself is already a majestic building.
It is very impressive how they managed to recreate an actual forest.
You go up by the elevators to start on the top of the forest, you have a forest walk that slowly takes you down through the layers of the forest, and you end up downstairs at the feet of the waterfall.
Good to know: The Cloud forest is very popular in Singapore, so be prepared for the crowds.