Visiting Singapore–what to see, what to do, what to eat

In a bit more than a month, the Southeast Asia SharePoint conference is coming back to Singapore. Last year, I wrote about Singapore in general with some useful tips. This year, I’ll also provide some information on where to go and what to do.
Note: Also visit the official website by the Singapore Tourism Board.

Places to visit

Walk around the Marina Bay Area (including Marina Bay Sands, Esplanade, the Fullerton Hotel and the Merlion).
In the heat of the night

Visit the Botanic Gardens and walk in a tropical rain forest
Singapore Botanic Gardens

Go to China Town & Little India, walk around and try some food at both
Life @ Singapore's China Town - Abuzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.
Little India @ Serangoon Road Singapore_3261

Sentosa – there are some beaches, and of course Universal Studios with the theme park. go to a beach bar one evening 
Sentosa beach
Singapore Universal Studio : :3D GLOBE : :

Orchard Road – shopping!
Ion Orchard Singapore n Marriot Hotel in Panorama View

Singapore National Museum – learn more about Singapore and its history
Beautifully Restored National Museum of Singapore, Singapore


Hippo Tours – not bad for visitors! You pay a fix price for 2 days, and you can then use their buses the whole time and hop on and off at many popular destinations in Singapore

Singapore Flyer : one of the biggest Ferris wheels in the world! However, as Marina Bay Sands is just nearby, you may also consider visiting that one with the observation platform
Singapore flyer at sunset

Marina Bay Sands – SkyPark: 67 storeys above the ground, great view over Singapore
MBS: The View

Zoo & Night Safari – Both are very good, located directly within the rain forest. The Night Safari shows you nocturnal animals and starts at 7pm
Up Close and Personal

Jurong Bird Park – in case you want to see birds
Birds's Life!

Tree Top Walk – suspension bridge 25m above the ground


Going Out, Eating

Boat Quay & Clarke Quay – both are along the Singapore river and close to each other. Clarke Quay is a good evening hang out place with bars, restaurants, clubs
Skyline at Night
More views of Clarke Quay on a good Sunday evening

Eat: just go to any food cou
rt or hawker centre, usually there are plenty. Eat, eat, eat! You can choose from too many dishes, no doubt you won’t be able to try everything that you want to
Singapore Maxwells Hawker centre Tanjong Pagar
Hokkien Mee F0269 - Edited , ISO800 , Macro
Chicken Rice

Chilli/Butter/Black Pepper Crab: you should have crab at least once, e.g. at
Chilli crab


Should you have any additional questions or feedback, or if you want to meet up the weekend before the conference, please feel free to contact me!

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Rene Modery

Having worked with SharePoint since 2007, Rene has been involved in and responsible for two Asia Pacific wide SharePoint implementations.Equipped with a Master’s degree in Information Systems and various relevant certifications, Rene keeps a keen interest in technology and how it can provide solutions to common problems, but also looks at the "business side of IT".He lives in Singapore with his wife and two cats. He has been awarded as a Office 365 MVP by Microsoft in April 2012