13 Fun Places To Visit Near Me (Singapore)

Singapore offers a plethora of thrilling activities. You may enjoy zoos, museums, and water parks here. Here are some suggestions for locations to visit Singapore. If you would want to contribute to this new space, consider and submit a guest post on travel by sharing your experiences.

1. Trick Eye Museum

The Trickeye Museum is home to an amazing collection of artwork that captivates viewers in two, three, and even four dimensions. Visitors can travel to the world of their imaginations with this flawless fusion of art and architecture thanks to augmented reality technology.

2. Gardens by the Bay

Gardens by the Bay, which is situated across Marina Bay Sands, contribute to the unique Singapore skyline. Exotic plants and their environment are housed in the indoor gardens, which also feature lime exhibitions.

3. Universal Studios

From Transformers to Hollywood, from Ancient Egypt to fantasy castles, Jurassic World to Madagascar, this wonderland has it all.

Universal Studios is genuinely universal with its family-friendly attractions, magnificent mementos, live events, theatres, and other showstoppers.

4. Singapore Zoo

The 70-acre Singapore Zoo is the ideal place for everyone who loves animals. This vast institution houses around 3600 species of birds, reptiles, mammals, and other creatures. 

The zoo's special areas identify each animal's habitat, habits, and behaviour, and the animals themselves receive excellent care.

5. Adventure Cove Waterpark

One of the greatest locations to take kids in Singapore is this water wonderland, which offers exhilarating rides, daring attractions, and fascinating animal encounters.

Adventure Cove is a marine powerhouse for the whole family, featuring roller coasters and wave pools for children of all ages, as well as sea trekking, water slides, difficult mazes and obstacle courses, snorkelling, and interactive experiences with dolphins, sharks, manta rays, and fish.

6. Duck Tour

Experience the avian lifestyle and set out on an unforgettable journey with a DUCKTour. This award-winning tour, which is based on a modified Vietnamese amphibious warcraft from World War II, brings guests splashing into Marina Bay and passes by the famous Marina Bay Sands, Esplanade Theatres on the Bay, Gardens by the Bay, Singapore Flyer, and Merlion Park.

7. Singapore Night Safari

At the Singapore Night Safari, a great destination in Singapore for families with young children, teach them an engaging biology lesson. 

Visitors can see nocturnal animals from all over the world while travelling through seven distinct regions, including the savannah, rainforest, and desert, on an exhilarating tram ride.

8. MINT Museum of Toys

At the Mint Museum of Toys, you can indulge in every child's fondest dream with over 50,000 games, toys, and playthings from 40 different countries.

Take a trip down memory lane to discover the fascinating history of toys from the past. You might even find certain toys that you loved as a kid from the 1990s.

9. Snow City

Along with a variety of kid-friendly activities, Snow City is home to mascots that represent polar bears, huskies, and Inuit people.

The options are endless: construct snowmen, spend time in igloos, create snow angels, speed down snow slides, ski or snowboard down a hill, and start a snowball war.

10. Singapore River Safari

Visit Singapore River Safari, Asia's only river-themed wildlife park, to see all of the major rivers of the globe in one trip.

The safari experience is centred around 10 river basins, ranging from the Mississippi and the Amazon to the Nile and the Ganges, and features 240 animal species and 400 plant varieties.

11. ArtScience Museum

The ArtScience Museum is a masterwork that beautifully juxtaposes the arts and sciences, making it a terrific destination to visit with kids in Singapore. It is a refuge for aspiring scientists and architects.

12. Wild Wild Wet Waterpark

The largest water park in Singapore, Wild Wild Wet, made a great sensation when it opened in 2004. It has been extremely popular with the people ever since.

Some of Singapore's (and sometimes Asia's) topwater rides can be found in this park. As a result, the waterpark is well-known for its aquatic attractions and the volume of thrill-seekers it draws.

13. SEA Aquarium

When visiting Singapore with children, don't miss the SEA Aquarium, where you may explore the deep seas with your loved ones. Visiting the deep seas as you enter a cutting-edge aquarium that replicates the ocean floor is part of this unique experience.