Backpacking holidays always seem like they should be about saving money. Travelling cheaply, living in hostels, and buying food from street markets where you can. Nevertheless, you can definitely inject a little luxury into your travels if you need it. Feet Do Travel share some of the reasons why you should treat yourself to luxury when backpacking.
Singapore is one of the smallest countries in the world, with a territory covering just 722.5 square kilometers (279 square miles). However, when it comes to culinary variety, it’s a vast melting pot of Asian cuisines. Combining influences from China, India, and Malaysia, just to name a few, Singapore’s local foods are a tourist attraction by themselves. Feet Do Travel share 7 Singaporean Dishes every visitor to the Lion City must try.
Visiting Singapore and looking for unusual, alternative or non-touristy things to do? Join the club, because when we were in this City-State, we sought unique things to do, unusual places to visit and different places to eat.
Singapore is one of the world’s most popular cities to visit. With a low crime rate, it was voted the safest City in the World in 2018, so naturally it’s a place where tourists want to spend time. Whilst there are many things to do in Singapore, sightseeing like a local will give you a better appreciation.
From Street Art to the Singapore Grand Prix this guide is for everyone whether you are on a budget, or happy to let the money fly. We discovered a different side to this sprawling metropolis, so let Feet Do Travel show you Singapore with a twist; 21 unusual things to do in Singapore.
Singapore is known for being one of the world’s most expensive cities, but did you know you don’t have to break the bank to enjoy yourself while you are there?
We travelled on a budget, and were amazed to find there are many free things to do in Singapore.
However, this list isn’t just for people on a budget. Art lovers, garden enthusiasts and architectural enthusiasts will also find places of interest within this post. The more money you save on things to do, the more you have to spend on a famous Singapore Sling cocktail.
A sprawling metropolis, this multi-cultural City was voted the safest place to live in 2018, and is a mix of Malaysian, Chinese, Indian and Western cultures. Singaporean's are proud of what they have achieved, and its fascinating history is clearly visible throughout the City, once you know where to look.
So without further ado, let Feet Do Travel share with you, 20 of the best free things to do in Singapore.
Street Art in Singapore? Really?
Singapore may not be the first City you think of when looking for wall murals and insta-worthy photographs, but it does have a thriving street art scene. You just need to know where to look for it.
This concrete jungle isn’t just filled with skyscrapers and in the past few years, many pieces have been commissioned proving that Singapore isn’t averse to street art, despite the City’s strict laws.
Looking for street art took us all over Singapore, from back streets to food courts, and we were surprised at the beauty we found.
After scouring the streets and alleys, we will share with you what we feel is some of the best street art in Singapore.
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