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Best Activities in Singapore for Under $25

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Imagine this: You wake up one scorching weekend morning, and as you draw back the curtains, a wall of heat hits you like a tidal wave.

Staying indoors seems like the safest bet, but you don’t want to spend your day doing nothing. Likewise, you don’t want to break the bank or do something too intensive.

So here’s a list of curated activities you can do that are below $25!

Yes, you get to spend quality time and families and friends, and they are cheaper than your Hai Di Lao hotpot!

Let’s check it out.


TL;DR: Cheapest Activities to Do in Singapore

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Cheapest Activities to Go With Friends/Family

Thinking of an affordable activity that’s not too intense but still engaging?

If you like competitive games, give bowling a try.

If you love drinking, try giving Tiger Beer’s brewery tour a chance for some alcohol indulgence and how the company makes its beers.

Based on personal experience, the latter is worth a trip to. But do note that alcohol will not be served to those below 18 years old!

ActivitiesOff-peakPeak
XcapePer pax:
60mins: $24
75 mins: $29
90 mins: $34

Per room:
60mins: $168
75 mins: $203
90 mins: $238
Per pax:
60mins: $30
75 mins: $35
90 mins: $40

Per room:
60mins: $210
75 mins: $245
90 mins: $280
LostSGOff-Peak (Weekday, 11am - 5.30pm): $21.90Peak (Weekends, Eve of PH): $27.90
Snow City Singapore2-hr now play: $20 (Child); $27 (Adult)

1-hr snow play + 1 ice bumper car ride: $19 (Child); $23 (Adult)

2-hr snow play + 1 ice bumper car ride: $24(Child); $28 (Adult)

2-hr snow play + 1 ice bumper car ride: $35 (Adult)
Jewel Changi Airport's Canopy ParkStandard Rate (Adult/Child): $8

Singapore Residents (Adult/Child/Senior/Student): $6
Tiger Brewery TourWeekend: $25 (Adult); $15 (Child)Weekday: $23 (Adult); $15 (Child)
Singapore Bowling @ Rifle Range1 Hour Unlimited Bowling Games for 2: $15/pax

SuperPark2 hour: $22.90
Hi Roller Indoor SkatingMon - Fri: $12 + $6 rental feeSat & Sun: $15 + $6

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Cheapest Attractions in Singapore

There are local attractions where Singaporeans that are either free or less than $10!

For those who’re looking for time-consuming attractions that take one to two hours to complete, these are activities you can do:

ActivityOff-PeakPeak
ArtScience MuseumExhibitions:
Future World: Where Art Meets Science: $16

Sensory Odyssey: Into the Heart of Our Living World: $17

Notes From the Ether: From NFTs To AI: $17

Future World: Where Art Meets Science and Digital Light Canvas by teamLab: $30
Tours:
Each tours of all exhibitions above: $5
Gardens by the BayFlower Dome:
SG Resident (13 - 59 years old): $12
SG Resident (60 years old and above): $8
SG Resident (3 - 12 years old): $8
Standard Adult (13 and above): $20
Standard Child (3 - 12 years old): $12
Floral Fantasy:
SG Resident (13 - 59 years old): $12
SG Resident (60 years old and above): $8
SG Resident (3 - 12 years old): $8
Standard Adult (13 and above): $20
Standard Child (3 - 12 years old): $12
Cloud Forest:
SG Resident (13 - 59 years old): $27
SG Resident (60 years old and above): $23
SG Resident (3 - 12 years old): $23
OCBC Skyway:
SG Resident (13 - 59 years old): $8
SG Resident (60 years old and above): $5
SG Resident (3 - 12 years old): $5
Standard Adult (13 and above): $12
Standard Child (3 - 12 years old): $8
Supertree Grove:
SG Resident (13 - 59 years old): $10
SG Resident (60 years old and above): $6
SG Resident (3 - 12 years old): $6
Standard Adult (13 and above): $14
Standard Child (3 - 12 years old): $10
Science CentreSingaporean / PR:
Free

Singaporean / PR:
Adult (13 and above): 6
Child: $4
Foreigner:
Adult (13 and above): $12
Child: $8

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Places to go in Singapore For Free / Singapore Tourist Spots Free

Singapore is a popular tourist destination because it’s a shopping haven, it has efficient public transportation and delicious local food.

And in case you’re wondering if there are free-entry to attractions for locals, there are quite a few.

Here’s a list of attractions that are free in Singapore:

Activity
Fort Canning
Botanical Gardens
National Museum of Singapore
National Gallery
Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve

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Cheapest Morning Activities to Do in Singapore

Early birds who would love exercising in the morning, consider renting a bike and cycling down East Coast Park!

A common misconception about watersports is that it’s expensive, but kayaking in Singapore is relatively affordable.

When you fancy busking in the sun while being in the middle of the sea, kayaking is probably something for you too.

ActivitiesPrice Per Pax
HydroDashOff-peak (Mon - Fri, excluding PH and school holidays): $21

General (Sat, Sun, PH and school holidays): $24
Singapore Bicycle Rental$12 - $44/hr
Coastline LeisureNormal Bikes: from $15/hr
Family Bikes: from $40/hr
Go CyclingAdult Single Bike: from $10/hr

Kids Bike: from $8/hr

Childseat Bike: from $16/hr

Tandem Bike: from $20/hr

Family Bike: from $40/hr*

Pedal Go-karts: from $13/30mins +
Kayaking @ Water Sports Centre, Singapore Sports HubFrom $12 for 2 hours
Kayaking @ PA PAssion WaVeFrom $9.80 for 2 hours
MacRitchie Reservoir, Pandan Reservoir$15/hour

Cheapest Night Activities to Do in Singapore

What’s one affordable late-night activity that comes to your mind?

Singing in KTV studios!

Thankfully, COVID-19 is over and you can find the rates below:

But if singing is not your thing, perhaps billiards or darts are up your alley?

Or, if you just want something chill and use your brains, drop by The Mind Cafe for board games and it costs $8 per hour!


Where Would You Be Heading To?

It’s normal to think that everything is so expensive in Singapore, but there are activities that are affordable and fun!

Do remember to make bookings using a credit card if you own one so that you don’t miss out on clocking rewards or cashback.

So, do you already have anything planned for this weekend?

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