If you have ever seen the movie “Crazy Rich Asians”, you must feel the beauty of seaside city Singapore. What is shown in the movie is exactly the scenery of Singapore in real life. However, known for the country of powerful economic and “crazy rich” citizens, the price for everything included in your Singapore day tours is a little expensive. With the purpose of bringing the maximum profit for customers, Asia Shore Excursions would like to recommend some wonderful but free things to do when traveling to Singapore.

Free Things to Do in Singapore

Walk on the Bank of Singapore River

Easy to see that the most iconic landmarks in Singapore day tours standing by the river. Escape from the vibrant vibe of the city to relax by a strolling along the river through Raffles Place to Marina Bay Sands. Get a closer look at the Merlion statue – the symbol of Singapore. Right in your eyes, various charmed structures are beautifully presented including the Fullerton Hotel, Esplanade, and the Double Helix Bridge. On the river bank, you also have a chance to admire a plenty of tourist boats go forth and back in the daytime. At night, Singapore is sleepless with the laser show performed at the Marina Bay Sands that best enjoyed from the bank. If you get hungry, Singapore street food is one of the best cuisines in the world.

Free Things to Do in Singapore - Singapore River Bank

Live the Bustling Life in Chinatown & Little India

The areas of Chinatown and Little India are the most vibrant and crowd ones in Singapore. A walk through these places is not only enjoyable but also quite enlightening. When strolling along Chinatown, you can admire the unique architecture revealed in Thian Hock Keng Chinese temple and Singapore Methodist Church.

Chinatown & Little India SingaporeOn the other hand, walk in Little India highlighted with Tamil culture shown in the Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple. Moreover, the Serangoon Road provides a food street with various restaurants across the way. The cuisine in Singapore shore excursions to Little India is iconic tasty of featured Indian cuisine. Pick up some cheap items in numerous souvenir shops along the street. Ready to boom with colorful scenery in Mustafa Center.

Admire Supertree Grove in Gardens by the Bay

Mention about Singapore, never forget Gardens by the Bay. This huge and spectacular complex is one of the most must-visiting places in every Singapore day tour. Come to Gardens by the Bay, the first impression must be the super artificial trees which built for providing the unique skywalk over the gardens. This skywalk only exists in nowhere else in the world but Singapore. Besides, the giant-sized seashell-shaped greenhouses are home to hundreds of rare trees and plants to explore. This place is the most interesting for kids visiting for both learning and entertaining.

Singapore Botanic GardensTo catch the panoramic view of the garden, take a step to the top of Marina Bay Sands which is a large space covering 250 acres. We said it is free to admire Supertree that the park won’t cost any price to walk around. However, if you want a closer look or explore the ecosystem in climate-controlled conservatories, or walk amongst the Supertrees, you have to pay a fee.

Singapore Botanic Gardens

Singapore is a green country that they effectively plant trees in everywhere they can, one of the most famous places to explore the rich ecosystem in any Singapore day tours is the Singapore Botanic Gardens. This garden is the biggest display of tropical orchids in the world due to home to about 1,000 species and 2,000 hybrids. Beside the plant species, the faunas here are also in abundance too. Your eyes can be full of interesting animal species such as pied hornbills, spotted wood owls, crimson sunbirds, stork-billed kingfishers. Even black swans can be met frequently.

Singapore Botanic GardensThis UNESCO World Heritage Site lands on 74-hectare which is home to the National Orchid Garden. The garden has over 1000 species of orchids that stands next to the unique Ginger Gardens. Have a stroll along with free price for a relaxing time with those chlorophyll-colored friends.

Fly a Kite at Marina Barrage

The glory of Singapore is beautifully shown in Marina Barrage. This open space is windy that best suited with kite flying. Of course, flying a kite is free for everyone. Climb up to the top of this elevated park where you can admire the spectacular view over Singapore. This place is also a perfect spot to witness the wonderful city skyline. Raise your kite together with dozens of colorful kites flying on the sky. At night, it is hard to see kites flying. However, it is the best time to visit this place when the temperature is mild, city light is on combining with the light from Supertree Grove and Marina Bay Sands.

Fly Kite at Marina Barrage

Enjoy the Lights Show at Marina Bay

Most people think that Marina Bay Sands is the land of expensive price with entrance fee for Sky Park is $30, a drink in Celavi is $25, and a room for stay overnight starts with $400. That’s how the rich people live. They know how to use their money, not the way to save it.

Lights Show at Marina BayThere is a splendor thing to enjoy in Marina Bay – the light show. Wonder Full show is the combine of multi-colored lasers lightening from the top of the three towers. Water fountains are also lit up creating this show becomes the largest light and water show in Asia.