SINGAPORE: With Singapore being one of the most expensive cities in the world, it’s natural to question whether there are still things one can do in the city for free. A content creator shared a list of “Instagrammable” things people can do in Singapore without spending anything.
UGC creator, musician, and graphic artist Jacklynn recently took to TikTok with a list of free and low-cost activities people can do around Singapore. She also added that the activity venues are “Instagrammable”.
Who doesn’t want FREE things?! Here are some of the free things we did in Singapore, which you can definitely add in your itineraries! They’re also instagrammable!! 🇸🇬✨ – Haji Lane – Arab Street – Sultan Mosque – Fort Canning Park – Marina Bay Sands – Helix Bridge – Merlion Park Comment if you want PART2!! #ugcsingapore #ugctravel #singapore #freethingstodoinsingapore #ecommerce #traveltips
“First, you should visit the colourful streets off Haji Lane,” she started. “From here, you can also walk through Arab Street and see the Sultan Mosque. You should also pay a visit to Sri Mariamman Temple in Chinatown to explore ancient Indian culture. By the way, this is Singapore’s oldest Hindu temple.”
“If you’re a nature lover, immerse in the beauty of Fort Canning Park. The park is famous for the tunnel where high trees peak on top of the tunnel,” she added.
Jacklynn also mentioned a must-see place: “Of course, enjoy the view of Marina Bay Sands… and while (you’re) here, it’s great to walk through the beautiful Helix Bridge. It’s a pedestrian bridge linking Marina Centre with Marina South in the Marina Bay area. And yes, a Singapore trip wouldn’t be complete without taking a photo (at) Merlion Park.”
As for budget-friendly food trips, Jacklynne’s video featured hawker centres around Singapore. “For cheap food trips, you can try hawker centres in Chinatown and Bugis Street,” she said. “I recommend Maxwell in Albert Food Centre.”
Jacklynne also made sure to let her viewers know there are more fun yet budget-friendly activities around Singapore. “These were just some of the things we did in Singapore,” she said.
The video has garnered over 135,000 views./TISG