Traveling To Singapore By Self: Explore Marina Bay (P2)

After part one of the destinations not to be missed when coming to Singapore, we are pleased to introduce to you the next 5 places not to be missed. In the journey of self-sufficient Singapore, do not forget to enjoy the delicious and typical dishes of this country.

Try your luck with Marina Bay Sands Casino

This 15,000 square meter casino is one of the most self-contained places for Singaporean tourists. Not only is the area large and luxurious, but this place is also a center for all types of betting, from games to games of chance from over 1600 slot machines. And even if you don't If you want to try your luck, this place is still one of the best places to explore the hustle and bustle of a real casino.

Opening hours: Open 24 hours a day
Address: 10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore

Statue of Merlion - a must-see during a trip to Singapore

Not just a statue, Merlion is a symbol and a soul of this country. Bearing the shape of a fish lion, this 70-ton project is the mascot that makes Singapore's name and is the work with which anyone traveling to Singapore would like to take photos. Located in a fairly large park, while visiting Merlion, you can spend time taking creative photos or just enjoying the beautiful Marina Bay.

Opening hours: all-day
Address: 1 Chemin Fullerton

Esplanade - theater near the bay

Located on the edge of Marina Bay, the Esplanade includes a concert hall, an auditorium, and an outdoor performance hall. If you are traveling to Singapore alone to look for shows, the local culture expressed through art, this is the place you should visit. Another positive point of this theater is the strange architecture which makes the whole project look like unique durian fruit. With just an MRT or walk from the town hall, you will reach this famous theater.

Opening hours: 8 a.m. - 2 a.m.
Address: 1 Esplanade Drive, Singapore 038981
Transport: the town hall and MRT esplanade

Play golf at Marina Bay

Marina Bay Golf Course is Singapore's first 18-hole golf course open to the public. Not only does the system have state of the art facilities, but this golf course also offers beautiful views of the skyline and Marina Bay. You can come here to try the golf courses in the cool natural landscape and the bustling city of Singapore in the distance.

Opening hours: 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Address: 80 Rhu Cross, Singapore 437437

Watch a light show at the edge of Marina Bay

One of the attractions that attract tourists to Marina Bay when traveling alone in Singapore is the brilliant bay light show. The special thing about this performance is that you can see it from anywhere in the Marina Bay area, completely free and if you accidentally miss it, you can watch it the next day.

Opening hours: Sunday to Thursday 8 p.m. and 9:30 p.m., Friday to Saturday 8 p.m., 9:30 p.m. and 11 p.m.
Address: 10 Bayfront Avenue, Marina Bay

Hopefully, with these 10 Singapore places you can complete your more interesting Singapore self-sufficient travel itinerary. In addition to these places, you can spend time visiting lesser-known sites such as the Gardens by the Bay Gardens, the town hall, or take a hop-on hop-off bus and take a walk. all over the beautiful city of Singapore.

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