Singapore is one of the richest countries in the world. However, this doesn’t mean that you should spend a fortune when visiting this place, because you can actually enjoy what Singapore has to offer without burning a hole in your pocket, especially if you’re going to explore at night. That said, here are the top 5 Singapore Night Attractions worth visiting.
For art lovers, the Southern Ridges has the perfect blend of both natural beauty and fine art. It’s a 9km chain of green and outdoor space made up of amazing connection bridges and foot trails, such as the very popular Henderson Waves.
What’s amazing about this place is that at night, the bridge has an ambient glow because of the soft lighting. This creates the perfect atmosphere for those who want to set up a night picnic. If you’re lucky enough, you’ll even see some monkeys during your trip here. Be sure to hide your goodies, as these monkeys can be mischievous at times.
No, it’s not just like your any other zoo. There’s more to expect in the night zoo in Singapore.
For one, it is packed with nocturnal animals – these are the animals that are usually asleep during the day, and fully awake at night. As for the park itself, the lighting is only as bright as the full moon; so as not to distract the animals living in the zoo.
With that, the visitors would have to rely on the light of the moon to get around the place – which can be a fun and exciting experience, especially if you have never done this before.
In Singapore, there are a number of places that are more beautiful at night. The reason behind? Well, it’s because the weather is cooler, and obviously, less crowded! Thus, it will feel that you have everything for yourself.
That’s why night cycling is one of the most popular activities for tourists that are also night owls. Some of the places where you can go cycling includes Punggol Waterway, Changi Village, and Ulu Sembawang.
The Gardens at the Bay is one of the newest mega-projects in Singapore, and it’s also the city’s free-for-all attraction. Located adjacent to Marina Bay Sands, going to the Gardens at the Bay is convenient, because you simply have to ride the MRT to reach your destination.
Tourists love the Super Trees the most; as it looks like something that has been pulled off from a science fiction novel.
Last, but definitely not least would be the Keppel Island, located just off the coast of Singapore and linked to the main island by a narrow bridge. It’s the place where there are plenty of aquatic toys just waiting to be discovered. Don’t worry, even if you don’t own a yacht, nor a boating license, this wouldn’t prohibit you from enjoying the place, because there are still a lot of activities and attractions to take advantage of.
There you have it; these are just some of the places and activities that you should include in your bucket list next time you visit Singapore.