While serving as a must-visit hubspot for tourists worldwide, post-COVID Singapore offers a country to tourists that is rearing up and ready to go with brand-new attractions and experiences to indulge in. If you feel like you’ve seen all there is to the city that houses massive skyscrapers and futuristic landmarks after having been to Marina Bay Sands and the National Gallery, then you’ll be pleased to know that the country is coming up with an exciting slew of activities for tourists to partake in.
No longer is Singapore merely just a haven for thrill-seekers - it now has a place for everyone, from groups of families to couples on a romantic getaway. These unforgettable experiences will allow you to witness a contemporary and up-and-coming Singapore of the future. Come and explore these new attractions in Singapore that will have you falling in love with the Lion City once again!
Opened on: August 19, 2021
Thursday - Sunday: 10am - 10pm
Address: 100 Loewen Rd, Singapore 248837 | Find on map
Pamper your inner child by heading to Singapore’s newly-opened Museum of Ice Cream. With over 14 installations to participate in to take yourself on a sensory experience that you’ll remember for years to come, the Museum of Ice Cream also houses workshops where you can learn all about your favorite ice cream flavors. What’s more, you get to frolic in the gigantic sprinkle pool all you want - while also sampling all the ice cream flavors to your heart’s content!From S$40
Address: 23 Sin Ming Rd, #01-15, Singapore 570023 | Find on map
Mr. Bucket Chocolaterie has long since been the go-to for Singaporeans wanting to foray further into the world of gourmet chocolate flavors which are, you’ll be pleased to know, sustainably sourced! While their bonbons and chocolate bars are well-loved by tourists around the world, it is their chocolate factory concept that visitors can look forward to. With activities such as building your own chocolate bar and other exciting experiences, this upcoming attraction in Singapore is sure to thrill you!Know more
Opened on: December 15, 2021
Daily: 10am - 9:30pm
Address: 41 Imbiah Rd, Sentosa, Singapore 099707 | Find on map
Ever wanted to look out at the sprawling sights of Keppel Bay and the Southern Islands of Singapore from up in the sky, feeling the wind in your hair as you relax? The Skyhelix Sentosa is the newest addition to the fun-filled fare that Sentosa presents to the city, and it is a must-visit for tourists who look forward to aerial experiences. This attraction allows you to step into a gondola which carries you around 80 meters off sea level ever so gently. This experience is bound to be unforgettable for the entire family, with the panoramic 360-degree views of the Greater Southern Waterfront.From S$16.20
Address: 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953 | Find on map
Opening: October 28, 2022
Have your favorite fantastical universe come to life with this attraction that’s coming up at one of the most popular Singapore attractions - Gardens By The Bay. A fully interactive and immersive experience, you can now experience Avatar like never before, with this being guaranteed to be the next big adventure for the little ones (and adults as well!). With over five different zones to explore that showcase bioluminescent flora, well-known creatures from Pandora, as well as an activity that allows you to ride your own banshee, Gardens By The Bay is all set to witness an even greater boom of visitors, come October!Know more
Opening: September 2022
Address: 60 Siloso Beach Walk, Singapore 098997 | Find on map
Look out for the festive atmosphere on the beaches of Sentosa by heading to the Central Beach Bazaar. This location at the heart of the sandy landscape is expected to be a haven for tourists looking for a day and/or night beach carnival experience. Everything from popular street food spots at Good Old Days Western Grill and International Food Street to fun-filled experiences like the Sentosa SkyJet and the blast-from-the-past Sentosa Musical Fountain can be found here by the end of 2022. And if you’re looking for souvenirs for your friends back home, don’t forget the FUN Shop!Know more
Opened on: April 2022
Daily: 11am - 7pm
Address: 36 Siloso Beach Walk, Singapore 099007 | Find on map
Yet another new attraction at Sentosa, Scentopia is your one-stop destination if you’ve ever been curious about the intricacies of perfume-making. This is the place where you can learn about aromatic ingredients native to Singapore, while also browsing through the array of olfactory offerings for your product of choice - be it a new reed diffuser, essential oil, or scented candle you’re looking for. This experience also allows you to make your very own signature scent that you can take home, so don’t miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to delve into perfume-making!Know more
Opened on: September 3, 2022
Daily: 10am - 7pm
Address: 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269 | Find on map
Games, activities, and exploration galore - this new attraction at Sentosa is a slice of paradise for those who are obsessed with the Despicable Me universe. The little yellow fiendish creatures and the interactive displays based around their antics are sure to keep the little ones entertained for hours. Areas such as Gru’s Labs house immersive activities that transport you right into the Despicable Me universe, while games like Banana Mania are a fun way to incite some friendly competition within your group. Lastly, don’t forget the Digital Coloring Wall so you can let out some of your artistic masterpieces on a huge projected display!Know more
Opened on: April 3, 2021
Daily: 8:30am - 7pm
Address: 1 Cluny Rd, Singapore 259569 | Find on map
Located in the Singapore Botanic Gardens, this temperature-regulated glasshouse is the average nature enthusiast’s personal haven. Walking through the two-storeyed structure, surrounded by meticulously-kept flora from around the world, is truly an experience to behold for tourists. Once you’ve had your fill of the unending green sights around you and observed Singapore’s famous orchids from up close, you can choose to walk through the Secret Ravine to get to the other display houses as well - ensuring the lush greenery of the place stays with you throughout.Know more
Opened on: July 2022
Daily: 10am - 10pm
Address: 125 Pasir Ris Rd, Singapore 519121 | Find on map
Try something new by going skimboarding! With the introduction of Singapore’s first arena for flatland skimboarding, Skim Alley aims to provide a wholesome experience for the entire family, since skimboarding is open to anyone and everyone over the age of 3. This fun-filled activity is a delight for those who enjoy watersports of any sort, and your first-time skimboarding experience will mandatorily be overseen by a trainer - so you’ll be skimming around in style in no time!Know more
There’s nothing like unleashing your adventurous side by participating in some exciting sports that leave your physical and mental well-being rejuvenated. With spaces for surfing, skating, skiing, and snowboarding - it is all set to be a combined source of exhilaration for thrill-seekers. Orchard Road will now bear witness to the newest hubspot of sporty tourists who want a taste of multiple exhilarating experiences at one location!Know more
Opened on: December 9, 2020
Monday - Thursday: 2pm - 10pm
Public Holidays: 2pm - 10pm
Address: 30 Raffles Ave., Singapore 039803 | Find on map
Yet another multisensory attraction on the list, the Time Capsule Singapore Flyer will allow tourists to experience the city like never before. Get deep and personal with the city’s rich history and cultural heritage by going along with the attraction’s time-traveling entity - R65. Tourists can now explore the past, present, and future of the city they’ve come to know and love in around thirty minutes in a shared capsule, located in Singapore Flyer.Know more
Time Zone: GMT +8
Currency: Singapore Dollar | SGD | S$
Country code: +65
Emergency numbers: 999 (Police), 995 (Fire & Ambulance)Travel Guide
By train: The most popular way to get around in Singapore (as well as the most affordable) is the well-linked MRT system in the city. There are MRT stations throughout Singapore, offering you a way to get to popular landmarks and experiences with ease. You can also choose to get the Singapore Tourist Pass which can give you unlimited access to the MRT for the opted-for number of days. Train route map
By bus: The bus is also an affordable and extremely comfortable way to get around the city if you’re looking to spend your time viewing the scenic locations of Singapore’s streets. You can pay the fare with the Singapore Tourist Pass as well, or your Mastercard and Visa bank cards. Bus route map
By taxi: Most taxis in Singapore are metered and regulated by operators, but they can be more pricey than opting for public transport - of course, it’s more convenient to get to certain locations via cabs. There are surcharges you must keep in mind, however, especially during peak tourist season.
By bicycles: An eco-friendly and healthy way to get around in Singapore is bicycles you can rent and carry around on public transport if need be. There is a network of well-connected cycling paths in Singapore, so cycling around is a popular way to get to locations! Bicycle route map
Being one of the most traveled-to destinations for tourists all over the world, accommodation and lodgings isn't a problem at all - no matter what your budget for your stay might be!
Budget: Porcelain Hotel, Changi Cove, The Pod Boutique Capsule Hotel, Rest Bugis Hotel, Hotel Boss
Mid-Range: JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach, Jen Singapore Orchardgateway, Hotel Hard Rock Singapore, Pan Pacific Singapore
Luxury: Four Seasons Hotel Singapore, Capella Singapore, Marina Bay Sands Singapore, Raffles Singapore
It is impossible to experience the city in its entirety without trying out some of the many lip-smacking delicacies that it has to offer. Combining an array of popular Malaysian, Indonesian, Chinese, and Indian foods, Singapore is a veritable culinary melting pot. Here are some popular dishes in Singapore you need to try:
Laksa: A Southeast-Asian dish that is a beacon of pride for all Singaporeans, laksa entails a soupy bowl of noodles that has strong flavors of shrimp and coconut milk. The soup tastes fishy and rich, while the vermicelli noodles make for a satiating culinary experience.
Hokkien Prawn mee: Another noodle dish that is simply bursting with flavor, Hokkien Prawn mee is a popular street food in Singapore that locals adore - and it is easy to see why. The noodles are fried in pork and prawn stock, later flavored with lime and chili for the ultimate plate of noodles.
Satay: An exciting preparation of skewered and grilled meat, Satay is Indonesia’s national treasure that is well-loved in Singapore as well. The meat is often served with peanut sauce, making the citrus flavor a great complement to the saltiness of the peanut sauce.
Some of the new attractions in Singapore include the Chocolate Factory, Skyhelix Sentosa, Singapore’s Museum of Ice Cream, Skim Alley, Trifecta, and A Minion’s Perspective.
Children are going to love the upcoming new attractions in Singapore, especially including A Minion’s Perspective, Avatar: The Experience, Time Capsule Singapore Flyer, and Singapore’s Museum of Ice Cream.
Some of the best new attractions in Singapore for adventure seekers are the panoramic gondola at Skyhelix Sentosa, the upcoming three-in-one sports arena Trifecta, and the waterboarding experience at Skim Alley.
For those seeking out new adventures and experiences in Singapore, don't miss out on some new must-see attractions including Mr. Bucket Chocolaterie’s Chocolate Factory, Skyhelix Sentosa, Time Capsule Singapore Flyer, and the Tropical Montane Orchidetum.
For breathtaking views of the city and an unforgettable visual experience, visit some of the new attractions in Singapore offering the best views - Tropical Montane Orchidetum, Skyhelix Sentosa, and the Time Capsule Singapore Flyer.
Themed museums are all the rage in Singapore currently, with must-see new museums in Singapore including Singapore’s Museum of Ice Cream and Mr. Bucket Chocolaterie’s Chocolate Factory.
Some of the newest parks in Singapore are the Tropical Montane Orchidetum, Bukit Gombak Park, and Pasir Panjang Park.
You can get to most of these new attractions in Singapore by taking the bus, riding a bike there, or even taking a taxi - which may be the pricier option, but is definitely the more time-efficient one.
Some of the new indoor attractions in Singapore are Singapore’s Museum of Ice Cream, Scentopia at Sentosa, Avatar: The Experience, and more.
The Tropical Montane Orchidetum, Skyhelix Sentosa, Skim Alley, and Trifecta are new attractions in Singapore that can be enjoyed outdoors.
The most pleasant time to visit the new attractions in Singapore is when the weather is most mellow - the months of August to February are when the most number of tourists flock to Singapore.
Singapore is a pretty hot and humid location. The temperatures remain around 25 to 32 degrees all year round, only falling below 27 degrees in the winter months.
Singapore does not have the coldest winters, with temperatures being relatively high even from October to February. Temperatures can only go as low as 23 to 26 degrees in the winter.
While Singapore is one of the most expensive holiday destinations in Asia, it is possible to cut down on your costs there by sticking to street food at food courts, taking public transport, and getting your tickets ahead of time.
Singapore is considered to be one of the safest places in the world, as the legal enforcement system there is quite effective and the crime rate there is relatively low.
While cashless payments are on the rise in Singapore and it is one of the most contactless-payment-friendly locations in the world, it is still important to carry cash when out and about in the city, as most hawker stalls and vendors only accept cash.