7 Unusual Things To Do In Singapore

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No, there's no Universal Studios or Marina Bay Sands on this list

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Singapore DUCKtours

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See the city sights of Singapore both by land and water. An amphibian military-type vehicle will surely tour you around the city and will cruise around Merlion and Singapore River once you hit the water. The duration of the DUCKtour is 1 hour. The vehicle is regularly sanitized and everyone's temperature is regularly checked.

  • +65 6338 6877
  • 3 Temasek Blvd, #01-330 Suntec City, Singapore 038983

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The Floating Donut Company

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Book a sunset trip on a floating donut while having your favorite seafood and an assortment of cold-cuts! It is an experience of a lifetime as you watch the sun be replaced by the moon while floating around the quays, viewing the city lights!

  • 46 Siloso Beach Walk, Singapore 099005

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Southern Ridges

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Singapore is a very beautiful city, but sometimes the locals need a break from the hustle and bustle of city-life. Where do they go? Singapore has a lot of pretty and well-maintained parks but the Southern Ridges is worth a special mention! Escape from the city with this 10km of green space, a pocket in-between skyscrapers and high-density housing. Get lost in the elevated bridges and look beneath the greeneries as you stroll.

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Kampong Lorong Buangkok

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According to UNESCO, Singapore is the most urban nation. But it has a hidden gem: the last surviving traditional village. Have you ever wondered what Singapore must have been like before its rapid urbanization? You can see a glimpse of that in Kampong Lorong Buangkok. The village is as big as two soccer fields and homes that offers a window to the past with its design.

  • Kampong Lorong Buangkok, Singapore

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Haw Par Villa

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Welcome to hell. That is what Haw Par Villa theme park is all about. One of its mains attractions is the Ten Courts of Hell, featuring the gruesome depictions of hell kn Buddhism. It park reopened in 2021 after closure in 2020. Other attractions include: Journey to the West, Fengsheng Bang, Legend of the White Snake, and a lot more! It is a treasured past, although one endangered of fading away due to new generation of tourists which are disinterested in statues and mythologies.

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iFly Singapore

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If you've always wanted to try skydiving but is too scared to, you know, die, then this might be the next best thing. This is one of the world's largest indoor skydiving wind tunnels and truly feel free-fall conditions. You'll be guided by iFly staff from start to finish, don't worry!

  • +65 6571 0000
  • 43 Siloso Beach Walk, #01-01, iFly, Singapore 099010

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NERF Action Xperience

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For those bringing their families in Singapore, this might be the one for you. Head to Nerf Action Xperience and get your blood pumping! The venue features Zombie City, The Volcano, The Glacier. This would tire you and your kids with its activity, for sure!

  • 6 Raffles Blvd, #01-208 Marina Square, Singapore 039594

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About Singapore

A “salad bowl” rather than a melting pot of cultures, Singapore is a diverse city-state known as one of the world’s top destinations

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