There is no doubt that Singapore is one of those nations that look forward to making sure that its visitors have an enjoyable experience every time they visit the country. For those seeking a modern holiday experience yet one with a sense of culture and nature, this Asian destination is one of the top spots to visit. The country is driven by the desire to keep tourists enticed by the splendours and attractions it has to offer. Innovation and creativity are its passions. Singapore is a destination where it is never boring, and there is always something new to discover at every corner of the island every once in a while, so you can always find something new every time you return to the island. Check out this checklist of top new things to witness in Singapore for an upcoming trip if you have a Singapore visa or plan to get one.
Check Out New Singapore Attractions in 2022
Museum of Ice Cream
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Let’s start with a sweet treat! There is something about the Museum of Ice Cream that makes it seem like a new version of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, except that here, chocolate has been replaced by ice cream. Those with a sweet tooth or who are traveling with children will love this place. Throughout the Museum of Ice Cream, you will learn about the history of ice cream, in addition to sampling unlimited flavours of ice cream. Vegans can also choose dairy-free options. If you can handle a brain freeze, cherish it as much as you want!
Location: 100 Loewen Road, Dempsey, Singapore
Daytime admission – 10.00 am to 5.30 pm. Nighttime admission – 6.00 pm to 8.00 pm.
Daytime admission – Weekdays – SGD 36 per person. Weekends – SGD 42 per person.
Nighttime admission – Weekdays – SGD 46 per person, Weekends – SGD 52 per person.
Those with Singapore tourist visas must visit Sentosa for a complete experience of Singapore. With the introduction of SkyHelix Singapore, Sentosa’s adventure quotient has been raised to a whole new level. You can combine an adrenaline rush with a bird’s eye view of Sentosa and beyond with this one-of-a-kind open-air panoramic ride. Experience Singapore’s highest panoramic ride from an open-air gondola, which slowly rotates and rises to a height of almost 80 metres. This new Singapore attraction offers a slow-paced thrill for both kids and adults.
Location: 41 Imbiah Rd, Sentosa, Singapore
Daily 10.00 am till 9.00 pm.
SGD 17 per adult and SGD 14 per child per ride.
Tropical Montane Orchidetum
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In Singapore, you are never far from nature. This island city-state prides itself on building modern structures while maintaining its ecosystem and promoting biodiversity. Singapore often gives the impression that it is a metropolitan within a nature reserve. There is always something fresh and new to add to the list of horticultural attractions that Singapore offers, and the most recent to open is the Tropical Montane Orchidetum in the Singapore Botanical Gardens. A new garden trekking experience awaits you in this cloud forest filled with misty trails, secret ravines, waterfalls, and several varieties of orchids that will captivate your view with their gorgeous beauty.
Location: 1 Cluny Rd, Singapore.
Daily – 8.30 am to 7.00 pm
SGD 15 per adult. Children under the age of 12 years can visit free of cost.
Gardens by the Bay is one of Singapore’s most alluring attractions for nature lovers, among the many refreshing attractions that the nation has to offer. This Marina Bay’s artificial horticultural garden has added a new addition to its gorgeous collection of wilderness parks. Visit Kingfisher Wetlands – a haven for birdwatchers where you can stroll along stream shores, mangroves, lotus ponds, cascades, and charming rock pools and see a variety of birds in the wild.
Location: 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore
Daily from 5.00 am to 2.00 am.
You can explore Kingfisher wetlands free of cost.
ABC Waters at Jurong Lake
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Green spaces abound in Singapore, and gardens are dotted throughout the destination. But among these, one of the most overlooked green spaces is the Jurong Lake Gardens which is one of Singapore’s national gardens. The Jurong Lake Gardens are an excellent choice if you want a quaint spot with fewer crowds. Enjoy some serene time at the ABC Waters at Jurong Lake Gardens – a newly constructed floating boardwalk jutting into the lake that lets you take in the beauty of this reservoir. It is a great spot to spend some time reconnecting with nature.
Location: Yuan Ching Rd, Singapore
Daily, 24 hours a day.
Admission is free of cost.
Scentopia at Sentosa
Discover a Perfume tour experience with Scentopia at Singapore. A first-of-its-kind experience to look forward to on a Singapore trip, Scentopia opens up a world of fragrance for you to discover and view augmented reality exhibits based on floral and perfume heritage and even offers a way to understand how perfumes are made and you can even make a signature scent in perfume making workshops. It particularly focuses on the therapeutic essence of Asian floral varieties and offers guided tours for the same. It is an ideal spot to visit with family and kids to explore a unique activity on a Singapore holiday.
Location: 36 Siloso Beach Walk, Sentosa, Singapore
Daily from 11 am till 7 pm
A one-hour tour with workshop costs around SGD 95 per person.