So, you’re thinking of going back to Singapore in 2022? (Or maybe this is your first time considering a trip?) Well, you’ll be happy to know that there are some new and exciting attractions that have cropped up since your last visit! Whether you’re looking for an adrenaline rush or just a nice place to relax, these spots are sure to please. So read on for our rundown of the best new attractions in Singapore!
This audio-guided immersive art and theatrical experience allow you to experience a piece of Singapore’s history in a unique way. Follow along in the narrative of two star-crossed lovers set in the 1960s at the New World Amusement Park. Follow along their footsteps through Jalan Besar’s actual streets and alleyways, as well as immersive theater sets in secret nooks.
Location: 85 Desker Rd, Singapore 209646
Lonely Vectors is a new collection of commissions and artworks that explore the fault lines, choke points and infrastructure politics of Singapore global economy. From agricultural and irrigation canals to commerce and shipping routes, these pieces shed light on the uneven distribution of resources and goods around the world. With a traveler’s eye for detail and a witty sense of humor, Lonely Vectors brings attention to the often unseen details of our planet’s surface. Through a mix of maps, diagrams, and photographs, these works provide a unique and exciting perspective on the way our world works.
Location: Tanjong Pagar Distripark 39 Keppel Road #01-02
Price: Enjoy free admission from now until September 4th: see Lonely Vectors before it closes.
The Museum of Ice Cream is a one-of-a-kind experience that will take you back to your childhood. You can swim in a pool filled with sprinkles, interact with enormous exhibitions, and sample a variety of delicious ice cream flavors. In addition, you’ll learn all about the history of ice cream and how it’s made. This is an exciting and educational experience that you won’t want to miss.
Location: 100 Loewen Road, Singapore, SG 248837
Price: S$38 per ticket
This one-of-a-kind panorama ride offers expansive views of Southern Singapore and beyond, all from the comfort of a slowly rotating gondola 79 meters above sea level.
But that’s not all that makes Skyhelix Sentosa so special. It’s also the highest open-air panorama ride in Singapore, so you can really take in all the sights and sounds of this amazing city. And to top it all off, you can enjoy a refreshing drink while you take in the views.
Daily hours for SkyHelix Sentosa are from 10 am to 9. 30 pm (Last admission at 9pm).
where to find SkyHelix. By cable car on the Mount Faber Line: Take the Mount Faber Line cable car to Sentosa Station from either Mount Faber or Harbourfront. Right outside the Sentosa is where you can find SkyHelix.
Location: Sentosa Island, SG
Price: Starts from S$14.69
Scentopia is the perfect place to create your own unique fragrance. With 200 different scent oils to choose from, the possibilities are endless. And if you need some help getting started, their knowledgeable staff will be more than happy to assist you.
Not sure what kind of scent you like? No problem! Take our personality test to find out which fragrances suit you best. Trust us, you’ll be surprised at how accurate it is.
Location: 36 Siloso Beach Walk Wave House, Sentosa Island, SG 099007
6. Tropical Montane Orchidetum
As you walk through the Orchidetum, you’ll feel like you’re transported to another world. The peaceful atmosphere and serene surroundings are the perfect way to escape the hustle and bustle of city life. And since the Orchidetum is located in the heart of Singapore, you can easily make it a part of your sightseeing itinerary.
Whether you’re an avid gardener or simply appreciate the beauty of nature, the Tropical Montane Orchidetum is a must-see destination during your visit to Singapore.
Location: 1 Cluny Road, Singapore Botanic Gardens, Singapore 259569
Price: Regular tickets are priced from S$5.00/adult or S$1.00/student or senior citizen.
7. TreeTop Walk
The TreeTop Walk, a free-standing suspension bridge that connects MacRitchie’s two highest peaks (Bukit Peirce and Bukit Kalang), is the first of its type in Singapore and the surrounding area. It provides a bird’s eye perspective of the community of plants and animals that reside in the forest canopy. The walkway is around 250 meters long overall, with the highest point reaching a height of 25 meters above the forest floor.
Location: 601 Island Club Road, Singapore, SG
Price: click here to see the offers here
Jurassic Mile is the largest permanent display of life-sized dinosaurs in the country, and it’s just five minutes away from the airport.
The 1-kilometer jogging path is scattered with dino figures of different pre-historic species, making it the perfect spot for a photo op or two. And if you need a break from all the excitement, there are also rest areas and playgrounds for kids.
So whether you’re a die-hard dino fan or just looking for something new and exciting to do in Singapore, Jurassic Mile is definitely worth a visit!
Although Jurassic Mile is open around-the-clock, reservations are needed to help with crowd control on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 9 a.m. to midnight.
Location: Changi T4 car park 4A
Price: Entrance is free, but you need to book ahead of time
Visit here to make a reservation. Every 30 minutes, visitors will be able to enter and may stay for up to an hour.
9. Supertree Observatory at Gardens by the Bay
The Supertree Observatory is the highest point in this wonderful garden. From up here, you can enjoy a magnificent view of both Gardens and Marina Bay with its boats bobbing on the water as if they were grains waiting for harvesting! It’s also worth checking out other attractions available through Klook such as Flower Dome or Floral Fantasy- it’ll make your trip all that more enjoyable 🙂
Price: From S$6.00 onwards
Location: 18 Marina Gardens Drive Gardens By the Bay, Singapore, SG 018953
10. The Time Capsule
The Time Capsule is a multimedia display that highlights the history, culture, and heritage of Singapore and was created by the same people that built the Singapore Flyer, Asia’s largest observation wheel. And here’s a Klook insider tip: when you make a reservation with them, you’ll be eligible to ride the Singapore Flyer and enter The Time Capsule!
Location: 30 Raffles Ave, Singapore 039803
Price: Click here to see price list
Singapore is a country that is always evolving and changing, so it’s no surprise that there are new attractions popping up all the time. If you find yourself coming back to the little red dot in 2022, be sure to check out these places for an amazing experience! Have you been to any of these places before? Let us know in the comments below. And don’t forget to share this post with your friends – let’s start planning our next adventure together!