This was our Singapore Bucket List that was scribbled down on a napkin that we finally organized out to something we can publish.
Every time we go to a new place, city or country, we will separately write down our bucket list for that place and put it all together. Not only does it get us excited for our trip, it really helps us to plan and organize where to stay, and when we should go where. Even if you’re not much of a planner when you travel, try getting a rough bucket list down and you’ll see immediately how it helps to plan out your trip.
If you’re planning your first trip to Singapore, check out our Singapore Travel Guide curated for first-time visitors to the city. With the basic general information, strict Singapore laws, cultural nuances and more, the travel guide will cover everything you need to know for your trip to Singapore.
As always, our list is a dynamic list so we’ll be crossing things off we go. And anything in yellow-gold is linked to a blog we wrote about the place, so click through to get the details!
Feel free to use this as your Singapore Bucket List template as well; on your blog, social media, Pinterest, whatever! We would just ask for the credit mention and a tag/shout.
So here it is! Our Singapore Bucket List!
Colorful houses (and food!) at Little India Haji Lane (more colorful houses and food!) Dinner at Boat Quay (we are real foodies) Masjid Sultan
Chinatown at Night
Fort Canning Park (for the most photogenic underpass walkway) Library@Orchard
Try the famous Singapore Chili Crab
Joo Chait Road Marina Bay Sands Shop on Orchard Road Lau Pa Sat Hawkers Marina Bay Sands Lightshow Kampung Glam
Michelin Star Street Food
Has anyone been to any of these places? What are some of your favorites? We’d love to hear what you suggest to add on to our Singapore bucket list.
Wishing you awesome adventures,
Sue + Renesh
WHERE TO STAY IN SINGAPORE
Luxury Boutique Hotel – AMOY HOTEL: Designed to give guests an experiential glimpse into Chinese history. The entrance of the hotel is the original Fuk Tak Chi temple build in the 1820s. Rooms are designed to include heritage accents and no two rooms are alike in layout and furnishing. Perfect for those who appreciate design, architecture and Chinese history. Find the latest prices for Amoy Hotel here.
Luxury Boutique Hotel – ANN SIANG HOUSE: A beautifully restored heritage building that is nestled in the lively area of Ann Siang Road known for the rooftop bars, restaurants and beautiful Peranakan houses. Just a 5-minute walk from Chinatown, it’s perfect for those who love to be right in the center of a lively neighborhood, good food and buzzing nightlife. Find the latest prices for Ann Siang House here.
For other places to stay in Singapore, click here for a list and the latest prices.