Singapore – A Paradise for Tourists
Economists have stated that Singapore is the most expensive cities to live in. Many things are expensive in Singapore, but it also promises to offer the best to its visitors, may it be the savories or merry making with thrilling and exciting games. Don’t be surprised if we mention some things one can do for free in Singapore.
Visiting the warm blue water at East Coast Parl makes a perfect outing for snorkeling. One can enjoy the richest coral reefs here. Besides snorkel-ling and swimming in clean waters, one can visit Sisters Islands, a marine park where a free guided tour is available. Don’t forget to spot a dolphin here!!
Trekkers can enjoy the gorgeous views of the flora, fauna and skyscrapers as they start trekking upwards from the foot of Mount Faber. The cityscape of Singapore and her history can be lived at the stretch of copper-tooled murals beneath the summit’s platform. Stumble a little more to experience the breath-taking bird’s eye view of Singapore’s skyline at the top of the peak. This scenic walk costs you nothing but a leg work out.
People who love serene yet glorious sunset, can stroll along the Changi Coastline and bask the sunset. For sure, they can’t stop themselves from capturing these moments at the western most portion of the boardwalk. Admire the vast open sea and tall old trees without having spent anything from your pocket.
Would you believe, Singapore hosts a free market! Yes you heard it right, it’s not a flea market but a free market. Any item you grab is absolutely free, you can happily leave your wallet at the hotel and free load with your choices. Of course kindness forwarded is appreciated and encouraged.
While there are socialisers who choose to spend their nightlife in lounges and pools, people who like to lazy on their bed still want to enjoy some exhilarating games, can play their favourite games on ResortBet. You can save on your travel, save the entry fee and use them to deposit on your favorite team.
The Singapore Buddhist Lodge and Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery is inherent in Buddhism to be giving, hence regardless of race, language, religion and social status, one can walk in and enjoy the scrumptious free meal. More than that, they can fill their eyes with the picturesque architecture of the monasteries.
With these lists of free things to do, you’ll never have to worry about going out with zero spend.