A giant replica of the world's largest tug of rope is mind boggling. Also cats.
There is too much to do at the Expo park. Three hours is not enough. So many beautiful plants, education and cultural activities and a stunning aquarium.
See pineapples in real life? Yes please. Add in soft serve pineapple ice cream and I'm very happy.
A park that hosts an annual cherry blossom festival. I went before nearly a month before the festival, saw many cats and enjoyed other flowers in bloom.
Suggestion: Go early and maybe start in the gardens which open an hour before the palace. Also expect a lot of exercise. This place is immense.
Nothing gives off Autumn vibes like tall silver grass you can get lost in. The short cotton candy red and purple muhly grass is also stunning.
Light hiking with art hidden is a bit like a fun scavenger hunt.
A pretty lake to visit and a good place for a walk.
The man-made blue pond is lovely to visit no matter the weather.
Gardens of the Bay is a beautiful and extensive green area in Singapore with impressive flower collections and conservatories as well as host to the iconic Supertree grove.