Singapore at Night
6 THINGS TO DO IN SINGAPORE AT NIGHT
Apart from being a tech hub, Singapore has a lot of interesting places for tourists and for relaxation. Just like any other city, the place is not only busy in the day but at night.
Below are some of the things that are best done in Singapore at night.
Singapore at Night: Singapore Flyer
1. Appreciate the Beauty of Singapore at Night from the Singapore Flyer
There is no better time to appreciate how beautiful Singapore is than at night on the Singapore Flyer. Standing 165 meters above the ground, there won’t be an any better place to view Singapore during its most serene moments. There is more to this flyer than just its height; it is a Ferris wheel with an observation deck, moving slowly so you can fully enjoy the beauty of the night. Soak yourself into the night gazing at the beautiful city’s skyline and a beautiful color mix of lights. The flyer is open until 10:30 pm local time every day.
2. Have a Wildlife Experience at the Night Safari
If you truly love wildlife and do not visit the award-winning Singapore Night Safari on your vacation, then your vacation isn’t complete. The world’s first nocturnal wildlife park houses over 100 species of animals. Visitors can experience and appreciate the animals do their thing during the dark hours of the day and have a fun-filled and educative moment through the safari guide’s lectures about the different animals, and interaction with other visitors. The safari opens daily between 7:30 pm and 12 am.
Singapore at Night: Gardens by the Bay
3. Gardens by the Bay
With a land mass of 250 acres, Gardens by the bay is a magnificent beauty to behold during the late hours of the day. Open from 5:00 am to 2:00 am daily, the mesmerizing man-made park and garden have nature mingle with science to create a spectacle to behold. Visitors can move around the giant artificial trees with beautiful colors, the flower dome, and cloud forest to appreciate the great work put into the garden but the adventure isn’t complete until the night when the synchronized light and music show begins.
4. Cosmic Bowling
Relax after a hectic day by taking a couple of bowls at one of the six cosmic bowling outlets in Singapore. Cosmic bowling is another activity worth experiencing during your time in Singapore. It is a bowling alley with a twist. Rather than having normal lighting, the entire bowling alley glows in beautiful neon lights and the ball, pins, and even the rentable shoes aren’t excluded. One of such outlet is the Orchid bowl which opens between 10:00 am and 1:00 am from Sunday till Thursday and till 3:00 am on Fridays (Thurs – Fri), and Saturdays (Fri – Sat).
Singapore at Night at the Haw Par Villa
5. Haw Par Villa
Take a night tour at the Asian cultural park to experience the adventure rides, and learn about some myths and history. At the park, you won’t only enjoy the rides, there are also art exhibits depicting the ancient Chinese and Buddha culture, traditions, legend, and myth. You will also learn about the interesting history of the park itself; about the change of name from Tiger Balm Gardens to Haw Par Villa. The interesting thing is that the names are within a single-family. The story of the tragic death of the park’s founders and more. All this will be done by the tour guide who will make sure you enjoy your trip.
6. Singapore Art Museum
Open from 10 am till 7 pm from Saturday till Thursday, and till 9 pm on Fridays, this museum houses the largest collection of contemporary and modern Southeast Asian arts in the world. The tour doesn’t last more than an hour but within this short period, you would have fed your eyes with a lot of beautiful art exhibits. The Museum do have some exhibitions, tours, and workshops occasionally during the year. You can check out their calendar and might probably be lucky to experience one during your visit.
The places listed above and many others including Fish@Bugis, G.Spa, Singapore’s Science Center, and the 24-hour service Mustafa Shopping Centre are some of the places that’ll make your Singapore experience a thing to always remember. So while making plans to visit Singapore, you should look to book a trip to some of these places. It is advisable to process your visa with a prominent Singaporean immigration service agent. They make the process easier, faster and will save you more money.
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