singapore hidden places

Even most constant visitors to Singapore may miss out on many interesting destinations hidden in The Lion City.

Pay A Visit to A Secluded Island

Although no one can deny that the center island draws the biggest number of tourists every year, there are still many other worth-visiting remote islands. These untouched tropical islands offer numerous rewarding activities.

Sisters Island: Swimming, sunbathing and scuba-diving are several exhilarating experiences to have. Besides, a tour to the local Marine Park is likely to be put on the bucket list.

Sisters Island, Singapore. Photo by Glen Espinosa Photography
Sisters Island, Singapore. Photo by Glen Espinosa Photography

Pulau Ubin Island: Riding bicycle or going for a walk are recommended as great ways to explore the idyllic scenes yourselves.

Pulau Ubin Island. Photo by Travelphotogallery.net
Pulau Ubin Island. Photo by Travelphotogallery.net

St.John Island: Various adorable bungalow houses here seem to be the reason why people pay a visit to this fairyland. You can swim all day long beside the beach or discover the dense jungle lying behind a majestic mountain.

St.John Island. Photo by Spintheday
St.John Island. Photo by Spintheday

Explore The Suburban Neighborhood

Singapore is, out of doubt, a very small country, but it does take a little bit effort to find out some yet-to-discover places. Going along the trail Telok Blangah and you are bound to catch sight of some of the most isolated yet intriguing tourist attractions of Singapore.

Punggol Park: It is not likely to expect a spectacular and impressive eco-park in this suburban area. However, Punggol Park still draws a significant attraction because of its peaceful and liberating riverbank landscapes.

Punggol Park. Photo by Kenny Teo
Punggol Park. Photo by Kenny Teo

Buangkok village: This is known to be the last Malaysian village in Singapore. Thus, the village presented some typical Malaysian customs that are also worth-seeing.

Buangkok village. Photo by Seewee
Buangkok village. Photo by Seewee

Queenstown area: visitors can pay a visit to the butterfly garden in the Hort Park or enjoy themselves in a luxury French wine pub called Vineyard.

Queentstown area. Photo by Precieux.me
Queentstown area. Photo by Precieux.me

Trekking in Singapore

Trekking in Singapore will become a memorable experience to you. The Lion City offers numerous place for trekking because Singaporean people thoroughly understand the advantages of this activity in boosting the body health and getting rid of stress.

MacRitchie Park: This eco-park welcomes tourists with a long trail with dozen of kilometers in length. You can go for a walk around here to watch wild animals while enjoying the fresh air.

MacRitchie Park. Photo by Spintheday
MacRitchie Park. Photo by Spintheday

Mount Faber Park: A walk bridge of 274 meters in length is this park’s impressive thing. This will take visitors around the Mount Faber Park and across the Telok Blangah Hill.

Mount Faber Park. Photo by Wei Kuan Tay
Mount Faber Park. Photo by Wei Kuan Tay

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