Although it is no secret that Singapore’s local tourism is booming due to the attractions and family-friendly activities, there are more interesting sights to see which are all unique to the country. Most of them, though not entirely known by the public, is rich in heritage and unique to the Lion City. Aside from Sentosa and its popular beaches, here are some of the best places to go in Singapore.
Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery
Also known as the Bright Hill Temple, this Monastery is located at Bishan in Singapore. The Buddhist temple is the largest in the country and has been standing for more than 90 years. They have structures and an interesting collection of paintings and sculpture.
Multi-sensory Dining Experience at NOX
Everybody loves food the sight and smell of food. However, NOX at Beach Road, Singapore just added a new twist to your usual dining experience. This restaurant presents a unique dining experience in total darkness. The restaurant has hired blind guides to help the patrons enjoy and savour their meals. The experience heightens your other senses for the entire dinner.
Kampong Lorong Buangkok
This is the last kampong (traditional village) in Singapore. Kampong Lorong Buangkok now only has 28 residents, but they live in traditional houses and raise farm animals. It reflects how Singapore’s communities appeared more than 50 years ago.
Pasir Ris Park
At the eastern part of Singapore, you’ll find Pasir Ris Park. The Park has camping areas and well-preserved mangrove forests and a beach. The Park has been a favourite spot for birdwatchers and weekend family get-togethers.
Singapore has many activities and places that offer visitors and locals enjoyment and relaxation. From amusement parks, breathtaking sights, to shopping malls and night markets, the Lion City indeed has a lot to offer.