The Best Travel Guide To Singapore ‘’Crazy Rich Asians’’


Places Everyone Needs To Visit In Singapore

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Changi Airport

Yearning for quite a unique and unforgettable experience at Singapore? Then, you can start right from the airport. The Changi Aiport is a good place to start and a pretty good way to kick off your trip. This airport is regularly voted the best in the entire world and that’s for a good reason! The incorporation of green spaces makes the place appear like a natural spa oasis!

The Sentosa Island

In the Crazy Rich Asians, the bachelor party takes place at Sentosa Island and that’s of course for a good reason. It is an incredible spot where you can find everything you need to create new memories and live new adventures, including high ropes courses, zip lines, rock climbing and an unforgettable cable car ride to the scenic and majestic Mount Faber.

Ann Siang and Club Street

This is a perfect place for the foodies and the young souls who still have the energy to party and enjoy the nightlife. In fact, The latter is considered as the cool upcoming locale within Singapore’s Chinatown.

It’s true that the movie only exhibits one small and quick scene of the place, but you can feel free to enjoy a lovely walk down the Pioneer Trail and have a night that you will remember forever! Also, don’t forget to book a table at Humpback restaurant and enjoy an epic seafood dinner.


This is, in fact, a historic building that was originally founded as a Catholic convent. The place was restored just a few years ago and today, it is a moving mix of past and present and a perfect venue for the movie wedding scene. You don’t need to celebrate your wedding there, but you really ought to check up the place when you arrive there! It’s incredibly gorgeous!

Gardens By The Bay

This Park is definitely a must Visit! It is set in the heart of the city and characterized by the futuristic man-made Supertree sculptures that equally act as greenhouse domes and the other wonders that will surely take your breath away!

Merlion Park

This is another park that you must see when in Singapore! In fact, no visit to Singapore is actually complete without visiting this park and closely seeing the 2-ton mythical Merlion statue, which is half lion and half fish!




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