If you have never been to this UNESCO site, what are you waiting for?
For those who have already made a visit to the park, it’s not a shame to go back again.
If you’re reading this, then the hard part is over. But before you start envisioning a future together, there’s still a hurdle you must cross – the first date.
Plan an outing to Universal Studios Singapore and challenge each other on the thrill rides.Whether you’re new to Singapore and looking for an array of cool things to do, or in the middle of the ‘visitor phase’ and inundated with guests (don’t worry, it slows down once you’ve been here for two years or so! Or how about ‘alternative’ activities in Singapore? If you have kids to keep amused, toddle off to the huge Children’s Garden, which has sprawling tree houses, a water play area and a toddler zone (free entry, too). As you clomp along the avant-garde wooden bridge, you’ll get a wondrous view of lush greenery and birds flitting through the trees, along with Singapore’s urban skyline.), it can be hard to keep coming up with awesome ideas for activities around town. After years of playing tour guide to billions of friends and family, we’ve got all sorts of tips around the best things to do on the island – from family-friendly days out to off-the-beaten-track nights out.(Psst…! Look out for monkeys, plus you can stop for a drink en route at Alkaff Mansion.You’ve just been to Art Science Late, had a huge fight while shopping at The Shoppes, seen an over-the-hill rock band at Master Card Theatres or can still stand the thought of sex after all the screaming toddlers at the otherwise beautiful team LAB permanent exhibition.Everyone (and their mom) has had romantic moments at East Coast Park, but we want to make sure you know about this sweet little rocky jetty just past the National Sailing Centre, where you can watch the planes descend into Changi. Get to camping area G, walk out to the shore, then hang a left and keep walking away from civilization until you get to the rock jetties.