Top 3 places in Singapore you cannot miss!

The time has come to get to know the tourist attractions of Singapore, which is an incredible “mini country” in Asia! But as the options are very interesting, full of curiosities and different from each other, besides that each person has a taste.

It is also worth remembering that the vast majority of these attractions are concentrated in the southern region of the archipelago, as the other areas of Singapore are almost exclusively residential and industrial.

So check out some beautiful Places to go in Singapore.

Temples in Singapore

Singapore is a melting pot of different peoples, cultures and especially religions. So, if you are interested in visiting temples, it is very worthwhile to visit 3 of them – all free access and open every day of the week.

There is the small but beautiful Masjid Sultan (or Sultan Mosque), which is naturally located in the most “Arab” region of the country, and is the main mosque there. The commonly colourful and flashy Sri Mariamman is the main Hindu temple. And the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, located in Chinatown (close to Sri Mariamman), is the largest Buddhist construction in Singapore and holds.

  • Hours: Masjid Sultan is open to visitors from 10 am to 12 pm and from 2 pm to 4 pm, except on Friday (day when it only opens from 2:30 pm to 4 pm); Sri Mariamman is open from 5 am to 11:30 am and from 5 pm to 8:45 pm; and the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple opens from 7 am to 7 pm (but the museum, only from 9 am to 6 pm).

Universal Studios

This place is Located at the southernmost point of Singapore. There are dozens of attractions – several of them radical – and shows for the whole family, spread over 7 thematic areas that represent from Hollywood to Ancient Egypt, passing through others such as the kingdom of So Far (from Shrek) and the Lost World of Jurassic Park.

Changi Airport

It is one of the largest air hubs on the planet. Second, because for 7 years running, it is considered the best airport in the world. And third, because in addition to having many shops and restaurants, Changi has several interesting and even unusual attractions for those who are going to spend a few hours there: gardens of different types (even one with butterflies!) , labyrinths, sculptures, playgrounds, waterfalls, hotels. Also you will get easy transportation from Changi Airport to City.

Now, we wish that you will be enjoying Singapore’s tourist attractions.