Singapore is a popular holiday destination for families with small and big kids. We collected a list of unusual attractions that will definitely occupy the little ones for a couple of hours. The list is designed for visitors who spend at least a couple of days or a week in Singapore, and eager to go off the beaten path and explore attractions in the residential areas as well.
MacRitchie Reservoir is one of our favorite places in Singapore, and it’s definitely off-the-beaten-path, as most visitors in the country don’t have enough time to explore it. Luckily, we’ve been there already during our first visit and kept going back whether Karol worked in Singapore, or we just took a trip with our toddler to Singapore. If you want to see monitor lizards in the wild, this place is definitely for you 😉
After living and working in Singapore, we collected our favorite off the beaten path attractions of the country. The list includes the best natural attractions, islands, and a few culturally interesting places as well. Make your time unique in Singapore, and visit these places that most tourists won’t see.
Marina Barrage is a large green area with a sea barrage that makes the Bay Area calm and pleasant for leisure activities, and itself offers the best opportunity for kite flying in Singapore. It is also an ideal place for picnics and photoshoots with the Marina Bay Sands, the Singapore Eye, and the Bay with its skyscrapers at the background. It is one of the off the beaten path attractions close to the city center.
Pulau Ubin aka Ubin island is a popular spot for locals to cycle around and explore the old Malaysian villages across the island, but there are numerous things to do across the island. Instead of renting bikes (baby seats are also available), we headed for a walk to the eastern side from the harbor. Don’t miss …