With Singapore being ranked one of the most expensive cities in the world, it’s no wonder we find ourselves a little short of cash every now and then. Well, good news. There are some things in Singapore that you do not have to splurge tens and hundreds of dollars. Instead, they are actually free. So below are a list of free things you probably didn’t know existed.
Outdoor Movie Screening
If you’re a movie junkie, great news! Movie Mob will give you the best outdoor movie experience. This drive-in concept is perfect for first dates, chill out sessions, and anytime you’re feeling bored. Don’t worry if you do not have a car, there’s more than enough space for you to roll out a picnic mat and lay there. Also, you get to vote on which movie that they are going to screen, so who knows? You might catch your favourite superhero movie gracing the silver screen next!
Vandalism at Somerset Scape Park
Remember how the last time someone decided to do some art on Singapore’s train? Yup, it definitely did not go down well. Well, if you’re into graffiti art, you can actually head down to Somerset Scape Park to ‘vandalise’ in broad daylight and you won’t be taken away in handcuffs. At that place, you are allowed to unleash your inner artistic side and run wild with the spray paint.
Unite with your fellow comic fans at Atom Comics. This place is more than just a comic book store, but a place where you can meet kindred spirits with the same love for comic books. Here, you get to indulge in discussions about your favourite superheroes (or villains) with fellow comic book lovers.
Singapore Botanic Garden
Take a walk through the garden, soak up the smell of the flowers, and gaze at the beautiful nature that lies before your eyes. Now, add in some picnic fun and free concerts, and you’re looking at an entire day worth of fun. If anything, bring along a Frisbee to play after having your picnic. Then, head over to the Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage where Singapore Symphony Orchestra regularly holds free concerts. We’ve got your next date settled!
Free Concerts at Esplanade
Who says you got to pay over $100 for concerts? Esplanade offers a myriad of free concerts ranging from musical performances to visual arts. They also have a series called Beautiful Sunday that features homegrown music group in the Concert Hall. It’s held once a month on a Sunday, so be sure to catch the next performance!
Picnic at Esplanade Roof Garden
After a great day of strolling by Singapore River, bring your date to the Esplanade Roof Garden and whip out your picnic basket. Enjoy the most amazing view of Marina Bay Sands, the Singapore River and One Fullerton. This quiet place is perfect in ending a date night, and you can be sure that you’ll score bonus brownie points for such a romantic gesture.
Sembawang Hot Spring
That’s right, you no longer have to fly all the way to Taiwan to experience the amazing hot spring. Tucked away in a quiet place along Gambas Avenue, it’s the only natural hot spring in Singapore. It has free flow of hot spring water, so grab a huge bucket and soak your entire body in it. Some actually swear by its healing properties.
Singapore Really Really Free Market
Honestly, I had no idea that Singapore had free markets. But it is true. It is run by a group of individuals who aims to build a community based on sharing resources. Literally everything there is free. And anyone with clothes that they would like to give away is also welcome to go down and set up a stall. Like their Facebook page in order to keep up with their events.
Home to a cluster of art galleries, NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore (CCA), non-profit visual art organisations, and great food choices tucked away, this place is an art lover’s paradise. The galleries feature a diverse range of international artists, and the entrance is, well, free. You can also go for their complimentary guided tours and walks around the galleries.
Go for hikes
Nature lovers will be delighted to know that hiking places in Singapore are usually free. Instead of joining the nearest gym, hike up the famous MacRitchie’s Tree Top Walk, or the meandering walk at Mount Faber Park’s Southern Ridges, and even the all-time Bukit Timah Hill. You’ll not only get the same kick from it, the scenery is just simply gorgeous.
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