Top 10 Touristy Activites (according to Tripadvisor) for March School Holidays



School holidays are just a few days away. 

Since we cannot leave Singapore, the next best thing to do is to be a local tourist in Singapore. 

These are the Top 10 Tourist Attractions in Singapore, according to Tripadvisors. Let's have a SINGAPOLIDAY!

1 Gardens By the Bay


This 270 acres garden is always worth a second or even a third visit. In fact, we have probably been there more times than any other attractions on the list. From the Flower Dome to Cloud Forest to Supertrees, there is always something to do there.

For this upcoming school holidays. You can visit the Flower Dome and see Sakura with Hello Kitty.

Get your tickets here.


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At the same time, hop on the Orient Express and take a ride to the past with this mystical carriage.

Get your Tickets here.


2 Singapore Botanic Gardens


Get away from city life and visit Singapore sole representative to UNESCO.   World Heritage Site. The garden is big enough for you to find a quiet spot for a picnic or some quiet moments with the family.

Admission to the Botanic Gardens is complimentary

3 Singapore Zoo



We are going to the zoo zoo zoo, how about you you you?

A day a the zoo will be great for families. Do you know that Singapore Zoo has been recognised as one of the top five zoos globally and the best in Asia? 

With a world-class zoo in our midst, it is always worth a revisit.

Klook has a Singapore zoo 1 for 1 ticket for the March School holidays.

Book here before March 14!

 

4 National Orchid Garden

Source: Botanic Gardens

Have you been to the Orchid Garden? 

There are over 1000 species and 2000 hybrids on display. See the National Flower of Singapore in full bloom at the National Orchid Garden located on the highest hill in the Singapore Botanic Gardens.

Find out more here

5 Cloud Forest


The Cloud Forest is another gem at Gardens By the Bay. It is number 5 on the list for a good reason. Interestingly, it is not as popular as the Flower Dome as the displays are static. Nonetheless, we do feel that you should revisit if you had not been there for a while. The statues, limestones and hidden jungles are worth a second look.



6 Sands Skypark Observation Deck



Riding on the coat-tails of Crazy Rich Asian, the Sands Skypark Observation The deck is all glam with its expansive views and an infinity pool that looked out to Marina Bay and beyond. If you have not been up there, you should go to At least once to see Singapore from a different view.

Get your tickets here

7 Singapore Mass Rapid Transit 


You know our transportation is world-class when it makes it to the list of must-see attractions on a global page. For no other reason, just take a train ride from one end of Singapore to Another, and people watch.


8 Singapore Flyer


One of our first reviews on this website is the Singapore Flyer back in 2012!

There are some changes since then, including a new edutainment experience - Time Capsule. Before you take flight, you can embark on a time travel journey seven centuries ago with R65 - a time-travelling robot. Get a glimpse of Singapore's past with immersive and interactive audio-visual attractions for all.



Seniors above 60 can enjoy the experience for $10 for a limited time only.

Get your tickets here. 

9 Jurong Bird Park

Visit Jurong Bird Park for one last time. 

Jurong Bird Park is slanted to move to Mandai anytime soon. It was supposed to move in 2020 but was delayed due to Covid19. This might be your last chance to visit!

Get your 1 for 1 ticket here.


10 SuperTree Grove



The good news is that most of the activities accept Singapore Rediscover vouchers. If you have not made use of yours yet, this would be the best time to do so!

If you find this list too mainstream and want something unique, check out our 8 Unique Experiences guide for March School Holidays here.

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