20 Hidden Places in Singapore That Guides Won’t Tell You About!
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Hidden Gems in Singapore

1.) Japanese Cemetery Park
Raffles Marina Lighthouse
3.) Fort Serapong
4.) Hampstead Wetlands Park
5.) Wessex Estate

Exploring the hidden places in Singapore is one of the most intriguing activities that tourists love to indulge during their vacation. The hidden places in Singapore will not only give you a whole new perspective about the bustling metropolis but they will also let you experience something worth remembering. Pay your respects at the splendid Japanese cemetery which is the world’s largest cemetery or go watch a surreal sunset at the amusing Raffles Marina lighthouse which is one of the most exemplary hidden places. For those seeking adventure and unique experiences, consider including these attractions in your Singapore trip packages.

Amidst the bustling streets of Singapore and its gigantic buildings, take your time out to relish upon the serenity of these hidden gems in Singapore as well. Fort Serapong and its pre-colonial beauty, white yet rusty interiors and decaying buildings adorned with vegetation is a perfect weekend escapade. Go dining at Soek Seng 1954 Bicycle Cafe and soak up on the best of its lavish and bright interior whilst munching on splendid food.

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Japanese Cemetery Park

Known as one of the best kept hidden places in Singapore, the resplendent Japanese cemetery is an exemplary attraction where you should visit to relish upon the supreme Japanese figures like famous politicians, war criminals, revolutionary freedom fighters and war criminals who changed the entire history of this splendid country.

This park spreads up to an immense area of 29000 sq. foot and is also one of the largest cemeteries in the South Asian countries. Other Intriguing figures that make this cemetery one of the most splendid hidden gems in Singapore are the pleasant prayer hall, over 910 ravishing tombstones, sculptures representing Buddhist culture, heritage trees and more.

Location - 22 Chuan Hoe Ave, Singapore 549854

Timings -
8am - 6pm

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Raffles Marina Lighthouse

A baffling history, serene climes and amusing local heritage makes Raffles Marina Lighthouse one of the most pre-processing hidden places in Singapore to visit on your vacation expedition. At Raffles Marina Lighthouse, click enthralling pictures from the magnificent height with the tranquil sea reflecting in the background.

This attraction is a miraculous place for destination weddings as well. Walk through the exemplary cobbled pathway leading up to the lighthouse and observe the gleaming beacon of light guiding the ships in the sea. Enjoy a serene sunset at dawn and click exquisite pictures as well. On their way out, tourists can also dine at al-fresco Marine Bistro and enjoy sumptuous seafood delicacies.

Location - Raffles Marina Lighthouse, Maritime Port

Timings -
9am - 12 am

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Fort Serapong

A serene walkway surrounded by dense forests and wild greenery that will lead you to the fantastic Fort Serapong which stands as the best representation of the daunting British empire in Singapore. Basically lesser known to most tourists as one of the most exquisite hidden places in Singapore, this port will teleport you into 1885 and will definitely give you insights into colonial life back then.

 Tourists can discover rusty stairways leading to decaying bunkers, military equipment, hideouts and conference rooms. Half eaten by the wilderness that surrounds this fort, tourists can walk through the mystical tunnels and figure out the enchanting inscriptions on the walls as well. Fort Serapong and its historical and spine chilling beauty makes it one of the most amusing hidden gems in Singapore.

Location - 54 Lakeshore View, Singapore 098441

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Hampstead Wetlands Park

On your thrilling vacation expedition discover a plethora of verdant lush hidden gems in Singapore of which one is the enchanting Hampstead Wetlands Park. Located in close proximity to Yishun, this wetlands park is a perfect attraction for a serene nature walk and picnic escapade. If you are around spring, then observe a plethora of migratory birds crowding up the park and rendering awe-spring views.

This park features the serene view of the Selator airport in the background where you can observe trainee pilots take off their planes into the sky. Hampstead Wetlands Park is one of the most distinct hidden places in Singapore which is the perfect location to breathe fresh air and admire the evergreen beauty surrounding us.

Location - 1 Baker St, Singapore 799977

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Wessex Estate

Discover a mini-replica of the handsome looking colonial towns that once dominated the entire Singapore at Wessex Estate. Making its way in the lists of bewitching hidden gems in Singapore, Wessex estate perfectly captures the essence of the colonial time zone. This estate has a bunch of Persian white and wooden colonial homes with intersecting furnishings, bedding,

and hangings, which highlight the 10th century Singapore under the British. This imperial heritage attraction and its astounding architectural beauty, vast lawns, serene European house fronts and French windows makes it one of the best hidden places in Singapore.

Location - 4 Woking Rd, Singapore 138703

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Tuas Lamp Post 1

 If you are someone who enjoys biking and cycling a lot, then definitely take a serene escape into the lush Singapore villages and lesser known towns and make your way to the famous Tuas Lamp Post 1. At this heritage attraction, you will find a plethora of stickers pasted on the lamp post which makes it one of the most remarkable hidden gems in Singapore.

This outstanding culture of pasting stickers marks one’s journey throughout the entire western landscape of Singapore. Challenge your partner for a ravishing bike tour upto Tuas Lamp Post 1, paste a sticker and mark your presence at this hustling hotspot for biking enthusiasts.

Location - Tuas S Blvd, Singapore

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Johor Strait Lighthouse

Visit the attraction where the time stands still, dreamy and enchanting sea-views fill your sight and the fresh marine scent fills your nostrils, such is the charm of one the most glorious hidden gems in Singapore called Johor Strait Lighthouse. Overlooking the resplendent Tas second link Bridge, otherworldly Johor Strait Lighthouse stands at the Marine Rafina breakwater and renders a beacon of light guiding the ships and yachts in the sea.

 This exemplary landscape is a fine tourist spot for instagram worthy pictures with the sun setting and reflecting the orange hues of the sky in the sea. With the most romantic backdrop, enjoy an intimate affair with your partner at this magical tourist attraction

Location -
10 Tuas West Dr, Singapore 638404

Timings -
8am - 10pm

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Seng Chew Quarry

 Seng Chew Quarry happens to be one of the most serene hidden places  in Singapore  that you must visit during your trip. Trek through various rough rock formations and immense wilderness to reach this abandoned quarry at the end of the horizon. Tourists call this location a secret hideout from the hustle and noise of the city into the depths of wild jungles where the birds sing and nature blossoms.

 This quarry was once the biggest granite extraction point which built most of Singapore's high rise buildings. Visiting this quarry is a pleasant escape into nature and is an intriguing nature trail or hike through the dense vegetation.

Location -Block 383 Bt Batok West Ave 5, Singapore

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Pearl’s Hill City Park

If you want a much needed break from Singapore’s crowded and hustling ambiance, then visiting Pearl’s Hill City Park is a perfect addition to your vacation excursion. Away from the hustling stress, the park is built on top of the majestic Pearl’s hill, encapsulating a natural reservoir where cute fishes and turtles float and swim.

Pearl’s Hill City Park is one of the most pristine hidden places in Singapore, where nature can be best admired whilst on a nature trail or a picnic expedition amidst the enthralling Tembesu trees. The park features a lot of hilly and secluded regions where you can practice your meditation sessions and dive into the tranquility of Mother Nature.

Location - Along Chin Swee Road, Pearl's Hill Rd, and, Singapore 169879

Timings -
7am - 7pm

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Jurong Eco Garden

 Surreal nature walks, a plethora of vibrant wilderness to admire, scenic views of the cityscape from the hosted up platforms and pleasant rest stops make Jurong Eco Garden one of the most ravishing hidden places in Singapore. Tucked away from the usual hustle of Singapore crowd, this eco garden is also called the garden in the industrial park and highlights numerous distinct sculptures, ponds, floral gardens and hilly areas featuring breath-taking views from the top.

This park has a resplendent butterfly garden perfect for your touristy photographs and a fun swamp pavilion to cross as well. Tourists can find an intriguing composting station as well. This underrated park with its sophisticated views is an awe-inspiring place to visit in your vacation excursion.

Location - Cleantech Loop, Singapore

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Clementi Forest

Put on your jogging clothes, a pair of sturdy shoes and fill your water bottles as we take you through a serene yet tiring hike upto the magnificent Clementi Forest. The trek usually begins at Ngee Ann Poly which leads to a lush park consisting of a tranquil river in the middle.

 Admire the verdant landscape featuring thick wilderness which is just the starting point of your trek. As you make your way through the thick shrubs followed by distinct chatter of birds, you will reach delightful Clementi Forests. A little deep into the forest, you will find the red metal beams which is a perfect spot to click pictures and rest for a while. As you pass through muddy trails, you finally arrive at an abandoned railway tunnel marking the end of your serene hiking tour.

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Soek Seng 1954 Bicycle Cafe

Eye catching interiors, enthralling aerospace views, a luscious menu and quick services make Soek Seng 1954 Bicycle Cafe one of the lesser known serene food joints in Singapore. This cafe is located in proximity to a private jet and renders a futuristic backdrop.

From authentic Japanese cuisine to delicious and cheesy American delights, Soek Seng 1954 Bicycle Cafe is looking forward to catering to all your gluttony needs. As the name suggests, this cafe’s distinct interiors are studded with a plethora of bikes and cycles making it a perfect photography site.

Location - 80 Seletar Aerospace View, 01-01 Aviation Hub, Singapore 797563

Timings -
10am - 10pm

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The Parkview Museum

 For contemporary art admirers, the Parkview Museum serves the most enchanting and finest collection of awe-inspiring art, highlighting the hidden talents of Singapore's hidden artists. This museum has held a number of distinguished exhibitions like the popular disturbing narratives representing art from Asian, European and American continents.

 Some of the most engaging and interactive programs that this museum conducts are disturbing screenings, modern calligraphy, stamp carving, Chinese stone carving, Italian renaissance art, creative summer studio and more which are definite attractions to enjoy. Interact with locals and the inspiring artists and learn about the secret of their motivation.

Location -  600 North Bridge Rd, Level 3 Parkview Square, Singapore 188778

Timings -
9am - 9pm

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Bincho @ Hua Bee

This hidden gem is situated in one of Singapore’s oldest residential estates, making it a lesser-known place. Singapore and its rich cultures in terms of food and other delicious must haves can be best enjoyed at Bincho @ Hua Bee.

 This amazing attraction is located in the heart of Singapore, where visitors can savour 70-year-old Singapore mee pok customs blended with fresh additions to their legendary traditions. Enjoy the opulent and fascinating décor, as well as the mouthwatering ala carte menu and a selection of fine wines. Interact with their culinary artist Chef Asai Masashi and learn about his awe-inspiring life history. The must haves at this restaurant are grilled king oyster mushroom and guacamole, green chili miso, garlic sauce.

Location - 78 Moh Guan Terrace, #01-19, Singapore 162078

Timings -
6pm - 12 am

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Bollywood Veggies

 A fan of luscious and fresh organic farm produce? Bollywood Veggies has created the ideal setting for you to relax and learn about the laborious process of producing these chemical-free farm delicacies. The farm hosts a number of harvest studies, guided farm tours and indoor culinary classes to keep one intrigued in their time here.

The founders of these farms are a very cute couple who will give you a beautiful insight into their vast list of major milestones and achievements that made them such a splendid and popular visited horticulture attraction.

Location - 100 Neo Tiew Rd, Singapore 719026

Timings -
7am - 5pm

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Smith Marine Floating Kelong Restaurant

Ever wondered what it feels like to dine on fresh fish from the sea and relish upon the delightful beauty of mother nature that surrounds you? At Smith Marine Floating Kelong Restaurant, tourists can enjoy a ravishing dining experience on the sea like no other. From fresh Japanese fish platter to sumptuous Singaporean delights, tourists can enjoy a wide range of fancy and intricately made fast food.

Learn the art of fishing from the fishers and vacation with your loved ones. This restaurant is located on the coastal region of Pulau Ubin and features a chill ambiance that guests can enjoy.

Location - 50 Armenian St, Singapore 179938

Timings -
10am - 11pm

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Istana Woodneuk

Giving off surreal and mystical vibes, this abandoned two storey building called Istana Woodneuk is one of the best hidden gems in Singapore. This magnificent palace was built in 1935, followed by which a devastating fire burned down the entire attraction. What remains are the decaying structures of the former dining halls, beddings and interiors that give off an extremely eerie vibe to keep you on your feet.

This is also believed to be a haunted mansion and is a blood curling intriguing spot for tourists looking for an adventure night with their friends. Discover the dusty and muddy stairways, abandoned interior and rustic chandeliers and relish upon the beauty of this former palace now in ruins.

Location - 766 Tyersall Ave, Singapore 257699

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Marsiling WWII Tunnel & Naval Base

Singapore has tons of secret hideout spots which were popularly used during world war II. Amongst the most ruthless is the famous Marsiling WWII Tunnel & Naval Base  now open to the public. This tunnel was constructed by the US navy force in 1942 as a site for communication and hideout.

With a secret bunker and sludge and muddy pathways, this tunnel is a splendid historical attraction to learn about the intriguing second world war times. If you are an adventure lover then try crossing this tunnel passage and reach the daylight at the other end.

Location - Admiralty Rd W, Singapore

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Former Queen’s Theatre

 Amongst the top notch historical landscapes across Singapore, the extremely enchanting Former Queen’s Theatre is a definite addition to your vacation excursion. At Former Queen’s Theatre, tourists can delve deeper into the past and learn about the majestic history of this bright location.

Earlier a hustling site for theatrical performances, dance and live music performances in the year 1930, this attraction hosts a vast stage with a spectacular gallery adorned by impressive interior. Now a part of the grandlink square, this amusing location will definitely give you meaningful insights into the grandiose nature of Singapore royalty.

Location -  511 Guillemard Rd, Singapore 399849

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Kampong Lorong Buangkok

Where the old Singaporean heritage still thrives, Kampong Lorong Buangkok  is a fun attraction to visit which is also the last of village settlements in this southeast Asian country. At Kampong Lorong Buangkok, tourists can interact with the villagers and peek into their daily lives, incomes, works and contribution to the society.

 With wooden hut settlement, vast farm landings and animals, this village highlights the deep culture and heritage of Singapore at its best.

Location - Buangkok in Hougang, Singapore

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People Also Ask About Singapore

  1. Which are the best hidden gems in Singapore?

    1. Japanese Cemetery Park - With over 910 tombstones representing great Japanese civilians, figures, political leaders, warriors and war criminals, this cemetery park is one of the most pristine hidden places in Singapore. Visit this resplendent attraction, and learn about the spectacular history of the world[s largest cemetery park and also pay your respects to the sculptures.

    2. Bollywood Veggies - Savor the taste of fresh organic farm produce at Bollywood veggies, one of the most surreal hidden places in Singapore. Started by an Indian couple, this farm hosts a number of intriguing activities like culinary lessons, farm tours and more to keep their customers intrigued for the time being.

    3. Istana Woodneuk - Best kept as one of the most majestic hidden gems in Singapore, this enchanting palace is an abandoned attraction. With rusty stairways, ruined beddings and old intricate furnishings, you can truly admire the beauty of this former enchanting residential complex. This palace is also believed to be haunted.

    4. Marsiling WWII Tunnel & Naval Base - What may look like a muddy sewage was actually a hideout for the World War II escapers. Spend your time in this sludge filled naval base hideout and discover spine chilling facts about the world war as well.

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  2. What are the best offbeat things to do in Singapore?

    1. Visit an exhibition at Parkview Museum -Parkview Museum houses a number of intriguing art pieces highlighting the contemporary creations of various artists from across the world. Visit their interactive programs and be a guest to the live exhibitions held every month.

    2. Try a sidecar city tour- 
    If you're looking for a city tour with a little more punch, look no further. Taking a vintage Vespa sidecar around the attractions is a fun way to see the sights. You'll race through back streets and suburbs in your classic sidecar, discovering the hidden bits of Singapore that many tourists miss. You'll stop along the way to witness local craftsmen at work and learn about Singapore's history from your guide. It's a fantastic way to get a feel for the city.

    3. Grab a cuppa in a cat cafe-
    Head to one of Singapore's Cat Cafés if a macchiato printed with your own cup isn't quirky enough. If you're a crazy cat person, take a break from touring and get a coffee with a kitten cuddled up in your lap at one of the many cafés dedicated to our feline friends located throughout Singapore. It's the ideal break from hammering the pavements.

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  3. How to reach Singapore?

    By Air - Singapore has eight airports, with Changi Airport serving as the major hub. The airport serves a number of cities throughout the world, including New York, London, Paris, Shanghai, Sydney, and Delhi. Some of the major airline operators are Air China, Air India, Air France, Bangkok Airways, Qatar Airways, Lufthansa. 

    By Road - From Peninsular Malaysia, Singapore is accessible by vehicle via two land crossings: the Johor–Singapore Causeway and the Malaysia–Singapore Second Link. There are several bus routes to and from Malaysia, however there is no central terminal because the buses ply the entire city. Some of the well known operators in Singapore are KKKL, First Coach, Transnasional, Aeroline, NiCE, and Transtar. 

    By Train - Singapore and Malaysia are connected by a shuttle train service that runs between JB Sentral in Johor Bahru, Malaysia, and Woodlands Train Checkpoint in Singapore. You can take buses or cabs to your destination from the Woodlands KTMB station.

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  4. What is the best time to visit Singapore?

    The best time to go to Singapore is during the months of December till March. During the time, the average temperature is low and allows the tourist to experience the best of all attractions.

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