I am living in Indonesia, the south-east part of Asia Continent and I’m currently residing in the island of Sumatera, which is very, very close to Singapore. From Pekanbaru, it takes less than an hour flight to reach Singapore. I could also fly to Batam and then reach Singapore by ferry.
Singapore is the leading country in South-east Asia, so despite its relatively small area (700 km2), it has a very developed and reliable infrastructure. To me, Singapore is heaven for independent traveler who wants to go places with clean and reliable public transportations. It also offers myriad attractions and cultural-rich places I am never satisfied to explore. Since I live next-door to it, I can say that at least I visit the country once a year (probably more last year). The fact that my best friend also live in Singapore makes another reason to visit the country for couple of days to just get lost and have a mini reunion with my friends.
I am writing this not because I have explored every attractions Singapore has of offer, but because despite I have visited the country several times, I still feel like there are many places of interest I have yet to explore. So, these are several places that I have (and have not) visit in Singapore that I think worth to explore. Depends on how long you’re planning to stay, the duration to explore each place will vary. But to make it easy to plan, I will also include estimated duration to explore each place.