Singapore is one of the most expensive countries to plan a travel trip to. But you can travel through Singapore air miles and make your trip less expensive. But another good way of easing the pressure on your wallet is by seeing and doing free things in Singapore. Here are some of the best freebies of Singapore.
Admire The Beautiful Tress At Garden Bay
You have to pay a minimal entrance fee for the conservatories and the show stooping treetop walkways, but you don’t have to pay any money for strolling around the park. Hang around there till 8:45pm to catch the best light and sound show.
Gaze At The Marvelous Singapore Temples
Puzzlingly in the center of classic Chinatown, you will find the colorful Kitsch Sri Mariamman temple. One of the oldest Hindu temple in Singapore, it is worth paying a visit. The elaborate and colorful carvings are a nice view to the eyes. Free vegetarian meals are served at the temples main dining hall.
Walk The Southern Rims
The Southern Ridges track is definitely a must to visit you don’t have to pay anything. TelokBlangah, Hort Park and Mt Faber are one of the best walking tracks in Singapore. It ambles from 10km of sumptuous green forest and canopy walks and it cross the Henderson Waves. It is the highest bridge of Singapore. Don’t forget to take a hat, sunscreen and some water bottles with you.
Take A Free Of Cost Art Tour
Many of Singapore’s top hotels have made their collection of arts free for outsiders to come and view. From the Pan Pacific Public Art Space to the amazing artworks displayed in the areas of the Marina Sand Bay. But the real art lovers will turn into art-brats with the display at the Ritz Carlton Millenia, where anyone can take a tour of 30 minutes, from the famous Frank Stella installations to the Dale Chihuly glass bowings; you will find amazing artwork here.
Realax At The East Coast
The 15m long stretch of beach in Singapore is known as the East Coast and is one of the best places for people to travel, swim and enjoy a relaxing bath. BBQ grills are already place there so you can stop and even camp there for free.
The Marveling Singapore Botanic Gardens
Singapore’s Botanic Gardens is a fabulous place to visit, you don’t have to pay anything as it is free for visiting. You can take free tours of the botanic gardens with the tour guides present there or if you are a botanist yourself, then you can check it with more interest and discover new things.