You might think that Singapore has little to offer due to its size. Other than going to the usual tourist attractions such as Marina Bay, Sentosa and Orchard Road, what else is there for you to look forward to in Singapore? Check the following article to see the 4 new things in Singapore, have you tried any of them?
New MRT station in Singapore
The three stations that was just officially opened yesterday have been crowded with people. One of them is an RTS Link that heads directly to Malaysia. This project was delayed for a few days, but it is finally completed now.
#SGB_Family can try Woodlands Station, Woodlands North and Woodlands South now. The new line will cover up to 43 km and has 32 stations. All stations will be opened in the coming 2024. #SGB_Family can be directly linked to Thomson, Toa Payoh, Parada Laut and Bedok from Central Business District
Rose Garden at Changi Airport
You might have heard of the sunflower garden at Changi Airport, but have you seen a rose garden? This special edition will only last until 2 February and you can find the roses at T4. This garden was made to celebrate the very anticipated Chinese New Year. There are also a few adorable photo spots that you can take a picture at!
Still in Changi Airport attraction, have you tried the slides at T3 Basement 3? Not everyone is allowed here. Some of the requirements to enjoy the slide include having a minimum height of 1.3 metre and a maximum of 2 metre. #SGB_Family should also shop beforehand.
Sembawang Hot Park
Did you know that Sembawang Hot Park has been reopened? On 4 January 2020, the park with the only hot water soured in Singapore can be enjoyed by the public once again. #SGB_Family can bring your children to have an educated day trip. Be cautious of the rules that apply while you are here such as no feeding the wild animals, no picking of fruits in the garden, etc.
Sembawang Hot Spring
Gambas Ave, Singapura
Every day: 7am-7pm
Chinese New Year MRT Version
From 19 January to 15 February, MRT train will be decorated with CNY inspired decorations to be more festive!
Buses and trains will be decorated with cute zodiac animals and blooming flowers to put a smile on your face. Not only will the train be decorated but Clarke Quay and Dhoby Ghaut MRT stations will be similarly transformed! To try on the cute buses, you can come to Chinatown, Toa Payoh, Sengkang, Jurong East and Clementi that will take you to the city.
Those are the 4 new things in Singapore. What have #SGB_Team tried so far?