Top 10 Free Tourism Spots in Singapore

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Singapore is indeed an expensive country. Starting from the cost of living and luxury places there seems to make us bankrupt.

For backpackers who go on an economical trip, of course, they have to set a budget such as costs for hotel, meals, and transportation so they can enjoy a vacation without having too short of cash.

Even though many luxury tourist attractions can be visited in Singapore, it turns out that there are still free tourist attractions that are no less interesting to visit.

Here are 10 free places in Singapore that you can visit.

1.  Jewel Changi

Jewel Changi is the highest indoor waterfall in the world. This is located at the International Changi Airport. This is a new tourist spot that just opened in 2019. Here, you can also enjoy Forest Valley, Canopy Park, and tall trees that decorate Jewel Changi. There is also a shopping center here which is one of the largest malls in Singapore.

2.  Garden by the Bay

The Garden by the Bay courtyard is free to visit. You can take pictures in front of the iconic Supertree Grove. You can also enjoy the light and music show at night for free.

3.  Helix Bridge

It is not Singapore if it doesn’t offer a unique building. The Helix Bridge at Singapore’s Marina Bay was inspired by the geometric arrangement of a DNA strand. At night, the bridge is more charming because of the sparkling lights.

4.  Merlion Park

Singapore’s National Icon, the Merlion Statue is the main tourist attraction of Singapore which is free to visit. You can take pictures with a lion statue in the background, Marina Bay Sands, and the Singapore Flyer.

5.  Singapore National Library

The National Library of Singapore is one of the largest libraries in Asia. This place is very uniquely designed which is not only comfortable for reading and studying but also great for taking pictures.

6.  Henderson Waves

Henderson Waves is the highest pedestrian bridge in Singapore. You can jog in the afternoon on this bridge or relax with your loved ones. You can enjoy a stunning sunset from this bridge. The architecture of the bridge is also very interesting which is also great for photographs.

7.  Fort Canning Park

Fort Canning Park is a refreshing green land in the middle of Singapore. This park is very popular with tourists to take a walk and relax in the afternoon after a packed day of traveling.

8.  Haji Lane

Haji Land is interesting to visit because every corner is perfect for taking pictures. Haji Land is one of the Instagrammable places visited by tourists. There are many murals along Haji Lane street. This place is also close to Bali Lane, Arab Street, and Beach Road.

9.  Singapore Botanical Garden

This park is included in the Unesco World Heritage Site. The garden is neat and spacious. You can relax in this park with your family.

10.  East Coast Park

East Coast Park is a park overlooking the sea. This park is visited during weekends by local people. This park provides a refreshing sensation during a vacation in Singapore with a stunning sea view.

There are many other interesting spots that you can visit in Singapore. You can enter paid tourist attractions by using the Singapore Rediscover vouchers, abbreviated as SRV specifically for Singapore residents which end until December 31, 2021.

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