5 Things to Do in Singapore in the Summer

The Merlion fountain and Singapore skyline

Singapore received more than 18.5 million tourists in the past year, with tourist spending climbing to as much as $27.1 billion. The summer months are among the most popular tourist seasons in the country even if the weather is intense. These are five things that you can do during the summer months in Singapore:

Visit the famous Merlion Statue

The Merlion is probably one of the first things that come into people’s minds when they think of Singapore. It is portrayed as a fish with a lion’s head and has become Singapore’s official mascot. While the most popular statue is located in the country’s Central Business District, the biggest one in Sentosa has become a must-go location as well. To make sure that you will be able to see the statue in its full glory, you may want to order a Sentosa Merlion ticket days before your trip.

Visit Wild Wild Wet and splash in the water

Summer in Singapore is incredibly hot and humid. If you want to be able to have a relief from the hot temperature, you may want to go to the Wild Wild West in Downtown East. There are a lot of options in the water amusement park so that you can enjoy. In October 2017, the park opened four new rides to make sure that visitors have options. Among this is a massive four-lane mat-racer slide with thrillingly wild twists.

Experience next-level Escape Room through the Virtual Room Singapore

Are you obsessed about Escape Rooms? You might want to try out the Virtual Room Singapore. The great thing about these facilities is the fact that it is located in the heart of this impressive city-state. The Virtual Room Singapore puts a great twist on the Escape Room phenomenon by putting virtual reality challenges in the mystery. Among the most popular themes of the Escape Room include Alcatraz, the Japanese suicide forest Aokigahara and a whole lot of others.

Do a self-guided tour of Singapore

Couple traveling
You may not realise this, but there are options for you to be able to do a self-guided tour in Singapore. First of all, technology has advanced so much that you now have access to Google Maps and other map applications that can guide you. According to Allied Pickfords, you will also be able to download an MP3 audio guide that can help you navigate throughout the city. Fortunately, the audio guide has incredibly detailed guides so you will not be lost.

Attend the Singapore Grand Prix

Singapore is famous as one of the go-to destinations for Formula 1 fans and drivers. In the Marina Bay area, you will see the Marina Bay Street Circuit, which is the venue for the Grand Prix every September. The best thing about the Formula 1 races in Singapore is that it perfectly complements the city’s skyline in the background.

A lot of people visit Singapore during the summer months even with the bad weather. You should do the stuff listed above to enjoy your trip during the whole duration.