Must-See Singapore Places To Visit: Without Burning your Pocket!

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Connect to the heart of Singapore without any pains on your pocket!  Singapore, a mixture of multicultural population, modern architecture, and a state-of-the-art public transportation system build an easy navigation for the travelers for immersing themselves in the country.

With a highly developed economy, entrenching its base heavily on foreign relations and is  acknowledged to be the world's  prestigious  flourishing business center. Singapore is the 4th leading finance center in the world, made evident by the 7,000 multinational corporations from the U.S, Japan, and Europe operating in the country. With a viable financial capital, Singapore gives a feast to its travelers in terms of its diverse rich culture and showing many ways to save significant sums of money on sightseeing and restaurants. Let's find out Singapore destinations making a way for your savings:

1.  Marina Barrage

A dam outstretched across the bay from Marina South to Marina East is an exceptional tourist attraction but this one is little divergent. There are multiple statutes and water features to visit along with the solar park and walk across the dam itself. Pre-booking your free tour online is recommended that gives you the detailed information on what an accomplishment of engineering the dam really is. To reach there, you can board Mass Rapid Transit or MRT which leads to Marina Bay and then either you can prefer to go by the SBS bus 400 or Marina Barrage shuttle bus to the site.

Marina Barrage is Singapore's very first reservoir taking a different round on the conventional nature-themed reservoir. Interlinking greenery with city chic, the Marina Barrage offers you the height of technological sophistication in the hardships of urban vibrancy.

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Check out your ticket prices if planning to visit Marina Barrage:

With captain Explorer DUKw(a six-wheel-drive amphibious modification of the 2-ton capacity CCKW trucks), Marina Barrage Tour comes FREE

Ticket Price(Adult): Rs. 1466.23

Ticket Price(Child): Rs.1024.89

Frequency : Twice daily

Tour Starts : 9:45 a.m & 1:45 p.m

2. Sentosa

Take a stroll through Sentosa Boardwalk, the cheapest way to head straightway to Sentosa. With the support of travelators, a pleasing garden environment welcomes you to use this come rain or shine. The cost starts from Rs. 48.99 onwards and is free once you come out from Sentosa. You can use Eze link card for making a quick entry to Sentosa. Explore many forms of entertainment on your visit to Sentosa from riding the Luge to Universal Studios but there are also other free attractions for you to catch upon. The night attractions will boost you to wait for long as 9 pm each day, there is the crane dance and at  9.30pm there is the Lake of Dreams show. Sounds great for your body to whirl along! The walk from the boardwalk to the beach takes you across Imbiah lookout and the Merlion and while you are at the beach, you can relax watching people riding the waves at the Wave House Beach Bar.

You can look for membership rates if you plan to visit Sentosa again :

Islander Individual Membership

Islander Family Membership (Valid for 1 Minimum Cardholder and Upto Four(4) Immediate Family Members Only)

New Application: Rs. 1224.66 annually

New Application: Rs. 2449.33 annually

Renewal Application: Rs. 979.73 annually

Renewal Application: Rs.1959.46 annually

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In addition, enjoy exclusives invites to Sentosa events and discounts at all participating attractions, food and beverages, retail outlets and hotels on the Sentosa island!

3. Universal Studios

Unleash your entertainment passion by visiting—- Universal Studios and experience the cutting-edge rides, shows and attractions subject to your favorite blockbuster films and television series which includes Puss  In Boots' Giant Journey,  Jurassic Park Rapids Adventure™, Sesame Street Spaghetti Space Chase, Battlestar Galactica: HUMAN vs. CYLON™, TRANSFORMERS The Ride: The Ultimate 3D Battle and much more!

Check out the standard ticket prices before making your way to Universal Studios:

Standard Tickets

           Prices

Universal Studios Singapore™

Tickets have to be redeemed at Waterfront Ticketing Counter

   Adult –Rs. 3628.8

 

   Child –Rs. 2746.12

Universal Studios Singapore™

(Senior Citizen)

Senior Citizen rates apply for guests aged 60 and above.Tickets have to be redeemed at Waterfront Ticketing Counter.

 

  Adult -Rs. 1765.36

4. Singapore Botanic Gardens

Reaching Singapore Botanic Gardens have far now become easier for travelers. With the opening of the new circle MRT line, these gardens a must visit for all the travelers touring Singapore. Entry for these gardens comes free and you need a full day to cover up the 3 lakes, healing garden, rainforest and other places worth seeing within these gardens. Go to Flower Dome and Cloud Forest, are the two conservatories which are worth paying for. The panorama views from the aerial walkway over Marina Bay Sands Hotel, Art Science Museum and Singapore Flyer looks phenomenal. The guided tour too comes free every weekend (held on Saturdays, except on the 5th Saturday of the month). These walking tours are free even for families to visit so you can pick one and bring your family and friends for a fun-filled educational fair.

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5. Singapore's Other Free Attractions

It is the time to rejoice upon when choosing a handful of destinations where visiting comes free. There a number of attractions in Singapore that are worth visiting as they won't cost you a penny to visit. So smiles! After doing your lunch and having a picnic to Singapore Botanic Gardens, stroll in and around the weirdly shaped but architecturally attractive Esplanade Theatres, lovingly called “The Durian” by Singaporeans for its uniqueness to the spiked-looking fruit. Check out the Singapore Art Museum on Friday between 6 pm-9pm where entry is free. Marvel at the divergent religious structures that form a multicultural Singapore which includes the Sultan Mosque in Little India, St. Andrews Cathedral in the Colonial District, and Sri Mariamman Temple and the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum, both situated in Chinatown. And at the end, take a snap in front of the popular Raffles Hotel and gaze through the windows dreaming of a comeback visit again when you can afford Rs. 29392 + night rooms.