GMAX: Featuring Singapore's hottest experiences
travel tips to visit Singapore like a local 💁🏻 Flying to Singapore? We have specially curated a list of exciting experiences you can do when you visit the sunny island. Featured experiences Experience the local scene at Tiong Bah Ru
With a mixed of urban and post-independence Singaporean architecture.
Tiong Bahru has since become a place with the old and the new meet. It is so culturally unique that even Apple's CEO Tim cook can be spotted sampling local delights in Tiong Bahru. Gmax Trampoline Bungy
Get your death defying dose of reverse bungee jumping right in the heart of Singapore's hottest district, clark quay.
Why reverse? You are literally being shot into the sky. The new zealand based extreme experience has a 100% Safety track record and guarantees an adrenaline rush. For dare devils only! Enjoy a laid back picnic at the botanic gardens
Forget gardens by the bay. Singapore's botanic garden contains a lush variety of various flora from all over the world.
With specific themed gardens and also a large open field by the theatre, this is a perfect spot to enjoy a nice picnic on a bright windy day. Play with our local kitties
There are many cat cafes but our favourite go to is definitely Kittea's lists of cat cafes in singapore.
The list of cafes are known for their great ethics when it comes to handling the cats and also their hygiene practices in place. The cats are active and also seem well rested compared to cafes which are not that cat-friendly. More experiences
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