Singapore may be a small country but if you look hard enough, there are some hidden gems worth exploring.
Here are 5 places to visit the next time you complain that Singapore is boring.
Japanese Cemetery Park
Yes, there is one in Singapore and it’s located among the private residences along Chuan Hoe Avenue, off Yio Chu Kang road. It is also one of the largest Japanese cemeteries in Southeast Asia and was established in 1891 by three brothel owners. The souls who laid to rest here included Japanese businessmen, war soldiers, tradesmen, professionals and prostitutes. Today, it is a memorial park and promoted as a heritage site to tourists and visitors.
Where: 825B Chuan Hoe Ave, Singapore 549853
What’s left of the railway and tracks have almost been completely taken over by nature. Built in 1965, the 14km Jurong Railway was meant for trains to carry cargoes to the industrial estate of Jurong. However, due to under usage, it became defunct in the 1990s.
Quayside Isle @ Sentosa Cove
Located in Sentosa cove, the relaxed atmosphere and slow-paced environment is a great place for couples or families to hang out. There are also many restaurants and cafes where you can dine along the waters of parked yachts.
Where: 31 Ocean Way, Sentosa Cove, Singapore 098375
You don’t have to pay for an air ticket to experience Bali; just a car ride to Cluny Road will do. Nestled in a beautiful villa, the interior of the restaurant has high wooden ceilings, stone fountains and Balinese carved statues. Patrons get to dine among the lush greenery and enjoy authentic Balinese cuisines. This is as Bali as it can get without having to leave Singapore.
Where: 1D Cluny Rd, Singapore 259600
Opening Hours: Tues to Fri: 4pm – 12am, Sat to Sun: 11am – 12am, Closed on Mondays
D’Kranji Farm Resort
Take a break from life in the urban city and head over to the countryside for some fresh air. At D’Kranji Resort, not only can you get to stay in a luxurious farm resort, you can also enjoy activities such as agricultural farming, fruit picking, farm tours and spa sessions.
Where: 10 Neo Tiew Lane 2, Singapore 718813
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This article was first published on Goodyfeed.com
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