5 Epic Things to Do in Singapore 2023

Singapore is an amazing place to visit with a multitude of experiences that you can discover along with a wide range of food, culture, and entertainment. If you are planning a visit to Singapore, then you need to find out what are the best things to do while you are there. Let us take a look at 5 epic things to do in Singapore in 2023. 

1. Visit the Marina Bay Waterfront Promenade

As the name might suggest, the Marina Bay waterfront is a 3.5 kilometer walkway that connects different areas such as Collyer Quay and the Bayfront. You can take a walk along the promenade at any time of the day or night, but it can be a refreshing experience during the day. This is especially true if you are in Singapore for the day while on a cruise on the Silversea Muse.

There are mist sprays and breeze shelters that will help to keep you cool in the hot Singapore sun. The bay is also a great way to see different areas of the bay, plus, it is also a good way to see certain public events. 

2. Explore Orchard Road

If you go into the heart of Singapore, then you are bound to find the Orchard Road shopping mall. It is a 2.2 kilometer long shopping mall with restaurants, hotels and stores. 

The best thing about Orchard Road is that you can experience the culture and creativity of the people of Singapore and get a glimpse of the finest things this city has to offer. If you are planning to pop in, make sure you have enough time as this can take you a whole day. 

3. Explore Singapore by Boat

Small boats or water taxis called ‘bumboats’ are a popular way to get around Singapore. They are usually decoratively painted and are great for seeing parts of Singapore you won’t see from land. 

They are the fastest and cheapest way to see Singapore and you can relax on the deck as it chugs along the river. Some of the best times to take a trip are in the early evening or at night so you can see the stunning lights. 

4. Sands SkyPark

The Sands SkyPark is an observation deck that is a popular place for tourists. It overlooks Singapoure from the top of the Marina Bay Sands. The SkyPark can hold up to 900 people and offers a 360-degree view of Singapore. 

Just like the boat tours, visits in the late afternoon and evening will give you a wonderful view and see the Singapore light up. 

5. Chinatown

Singapore’s Chinatown is a wonderful mixture of old and new located in the central area. There are old temples and traditional wet markets that are just a few of the things you can see and do. 

Also, there are bars, hotels and restaurants that add some new touches to the area. There are narrow alleyways and different things to see at every turn. This makes Chinatown a unique experience that you must see. 


These are just 5 of the amazing things you can see and do in Singapore. Try to do as much as you can during your time there, you won’t regret it. 

Riya Sander

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