Beautiful Places in Singapore at Night

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Here are some beautiful places in Singapore at night to visit and they are mostly free. Singapore can be a very expensive country to visit and live in. Most people, who visit this city-nation, are aware of this. Singapore has many scenic places. These sites are varied from landscapes to art and architecture. The following is a list of highly recommended, mostly free places to visit in Singapore.

Gardens by the Bay

Gardens by the Bay

The Gardens by the Bay are located in the central region of Singapore. The nature park is made up of 3 main gardens; Bay Central Garden, Bay East Garden and Bay South Garden. In addition to the 3 main parks, there are 2 glass enclosed conservatories. They are known as the Flower Dome and the Cloud Forest.

At night, the Supertree Grove comes alive with a spectacular light show. The light show is called the Garden Rhapsody. The tree-like structures are adorned with thousands of multicolored lights that are synchronized to music. The Supertrees will range in height from 25 to 50 meters. There is a connected walkway between the 2 tallest of the structures. The Garden Rhapsody at Gardens by the Bay is free.

ION Sky in ION Orchard

ION Sky in ION Orchard

ION Orchard is a 56 story building. It is a world-renowned shopping location within the Orchard Road shopping district. The building houses numerous stores and restaurants.

ION Sky features a light projection show that showcases the heritage of Singapore. You will enter ION Sky on the 55th floor of the ION Orchard building and then walk up a ramp to the observation deck. During your stroll up the ramp, you will be captivated by interactive light projections of a blooming orchid and flower garden. The Singapore heritage light show is projected onto the closed blinds of the 56th floor, glass enclosed, observation deck. As the show ends, the blinds are lifted to reveal the stunning panoramic view of Singapore’s skyline.

Botanic Gardens

Botanic Gardens

The Singapore Botanic Gardens are a UNESCO World Heritage site. It is the only tropical garden in the world to be designated as such. The gardens have also received a Michelin 3 star rating. The Botanic Gardens open at 5 a.m. and close at 12 midnight. The gardens are open every day.

The Botanic Gardens are a favorite for visitors to Singapore as well as the local population. It features a staggering array of unique and rare plants that can only be found in this one place. The gardens also offer free concerts and cinema films.

 

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