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Which places should I visit in Singapore?

I have average budget in will be there for around 3 days

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Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Merlion Park (attraction)
  2. St Andrew's Cathedral (attraction)
  3. National Museum of Singapore (attraction)
  4. National Orchid Garden (attraction)
  5. Sentosa Island (attraction)
  6. Singapore Zoo (attraction)
  7. Night Safari (attraction)
  8. Jurong BirdPark (attraction)
  9. Singapore Art Museum (attraction)
  10. Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay, Singapore (attraction)

answered by
Nam from Bangkok
Singapore is one of the most expensive country in the world. Accommodation rate is high. Local food and public transportation are affordable.

I prefer free attractions as Botanical Garden singapore and unique communities such as ChinatownLittle IndiaBugis Streetand Tiong Bahru. Strolling through the places and enjoying street food are my things to do.
Universal Studios Singapore and Marina Bay area are the most popular destination. Man-made projects which drawing a million visitors providing superb entertainment.
Orchard Shopping avenue is also the landmark too.

Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Botanical Garden singapore (attraction)
  2. Chinatown (hotel)
  3. Little India (neighborhood)
  4. Bugis Street (attraction)
  5. Tiong Bahru (attraction)
  6. Universal Studios Singapore (attraction)
  7. Orchard (attraction)

answered by
Janelle from Charleston

Peranakan Museum, Botanical Garden singapore, Gardens by the Bay, Bugis Street neighbourhood, Chinatown, Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum, Malay Heritage Centre.

And don't forget the food!  Singapore is one of the few places on earth where  you can eat just as well on the cheap as you can in expensive Michelin star restaurants.  The best way to eat in Singapore is to eat at hawker centres.  They're cheap yet the quality is usually outstanding, and it's a great way to eat your way across Asia with every country being in walking distance!  I'd recommend Maxwell Food Centre for Chinese food, especially Tian Tian Cooked Food for Hainan chicken rice, Golden Mile Food Centre for Chinese and Thai, Old Airport Road Food Centre for seafood and Tekka Centre for Indian food.  If you're going to eat at hawker centres then bring hospital gloves...a lot of the food is eaten with the hands, and it has sauces that stain your fingers and everything you touch, or contain spicy ingredients that hurt like hell if they get in a hangnail or paper cut.

Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Peranakan Museum (attraction)
  2. Botanical Garden singapore (attraction)
  3. Gardens by the Bay (attraction)
  4. Bugis Street (attraction)
  5. Chinatown (hotel)
  6. Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum (attraction)
  7. Malay Heritage Centre (attraction)
  8. Maxwell Food Centre (restaurant)
  9. Tian Tian Cooked Food (attraction)
  10. Golden Mile Food Centre (restaurant)
  11. Old Airport Road Food Centre (attraction)
  12. Tekka Centre (restaurant)

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I personally really like the whole Marina Bay Sands area. This is really a place where you see that Singapore is truly a city that strives. Places like Little India and Chinatown are nice, when you want to get away from all the new buildings and want to be in a part of the city that is more economical.

Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Marina Bay Sands (hotel)
  2. Little India (neighborhood)
  3. Chinatown (hotel)

answered first by
Nars from Boston

Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Gardens by the Bay (attraction)
  2. Singapore Flyer (attraction)
  3. Sentosa Island (attraction)
  4. Botanical Garden singapore (attraction)
  5. Universal Studios Singapore (attraction)
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