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Top 5 popular neighborhoods in Singapore


Singapore has never failed to impress the tourists -- having lush green spaces, century-old mesmerizing temples, and other eye-catching sights and neighborhoods. It had a record of 19.1 million travelers in the year 2019. However, the Coronavirus pandemic has made the country witness a huge crisis in the tourism sector this year.

Since the world is trying to get hold of this new normal, Singapore is seeking a boost to revive its tourism sector. Other than famous tourist attractions, neighborhoods in Singapore are actually pretty popular. You will have ample opportunities to explore the charming sights surrounding it more so on diverse occasions.

Let’s check out these 5 popular neighborhoods in Singapore that can be your dreamy destinations in the future.


Haji Lane

Brightly colored buildings with harmonious graffiti, cool bars, and restaurants – who would not like to travel to such places? If you are looking for a stopping place like this, the Kampong Glam neighborhood has all these wonders.

This lane is an apple of the eye for young tourists, where they can visit the shop-houses along this lane. It has many eccentric fashion boutiques and Middle Eastern cafes. The boutiques in this lane are any stylish person’s dream place, and the hotels where tourists stay have pictures of Singapore’s ancient glamour. So, you will have an other-worldly feeling while visiting Haji Lane.


Tiong Bahru

One of the oldest and funkiest neighborhoods of Singapore is Tiong Bahru, which is located in the Central Region of Singapore. You can get a complete blend of both a historic and modern vibe while exploring this place. The streets are soothingly quiet here, where you will come across art galleries, independent boutiques, and sophisticated cafes. There is a massive wet market and food in this neighborhood. Chwee kueh is a famous street food of Tiong Bahru which is a must-try. If you are an avid reader, you will not want to miss out the opportunity of visiting its indie bookstore. It is popular for stocking well known literary gems.


Marina Bay

The Marina Bay is known for high profile presences like tall buildings, posh hotels, and luxury malls. The vibrant and trendy areas of this neighborhood never disappoint visitors. This place welcomes tourists warmly and provide them with an experience of their lifetime. If you are visiting the Marina Bay, you should not miss the chance to witness one of its worthiest buildings - the Marina Bay Sands, which is full of rooftop infinity pools, luxury shopping malls, and museums.

Tree-shaped vertical garden is one of the sights you should not miss when you are exploring the Bay since they are between 9 and 16 storeys high. It has the futuristic Esplanade Theatre where artists perform and frequently display art exhibitions. Not unlike the other neighborhoods, the Marina Bay has a diverse range of eating options, whether it is a low-key food center or an upscale restaurant. It has a popular food market called Lau Pa Sat which is a must-visit for a food lover. Don't forget to have a picture with the iconic Merlion fountain, located in Merlion Park, when you visit the Marina Bay.


Sentosa Island

Sentosa is a sunny island in Singapore that offers theme-based attractions, exciting events, award-winning spas, golden sandy beaches, luxuriant rainforests, and more. Known as the ‘state of fun’, you can have both fun and relaxation at this neighborhood. This island is only 15 minutes away from the city center and you can experience a short monorail ride or a cable car ride while coming here.


Little India

If you want to witness a whole new angle of a country from another country, then you must visit Singapore’s vibrant Little India neighborhood. It is celebrated for its traditional Indian restaurants. Serangoon Road and Race Course Road are favorites amongst the tourists. There is a temple called Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple which is one of the oldest Hindu temples situated in Singapore that you should definitely visit when you are there. Apart from this, the Tekka Centre hawker market and Mustafa Centre are noteworthy places to have a look at.

Suppose you want to get rid of your boredom while living your life to the fullest again; In that case, you can undoubtedly choose Singapore’s neighborhoods as your destinations. From the busy city life to hidden gems in narrow lanes, the neighborhoods in Singapore are surely a great place to be at.


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