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Things to Do in January in Singapore

1. Visit Universal Studios Theme Park
2. Explore Gardens By The Bay
3. Go Marina Bay Sands Skypark
4. Dine out Singapore Flyer
5. Day out at Singapore Zoo
6. Visit S.E.A. Aquarium
7. Enjoy at Wild Wild Wet
8. River Wonders Singapore
9. Bungy Jump at AJ Hackett Sentosa 
10. Singapore Night Safari

There are numerous best places to visit in Singapore in January for globetrotters all through the year, mainly because the weather is characterized by refreshing breeze from the straits, and afternoon thunderstorms. If you want to discover Singapore's true vibrancy, January is the perfect time to visit the Night Safari where you can watch 900 animals at night hunt, graze and frolic in a nocturnal zoo. For those planning their trip, Singapore holiday packages offer convenient options to explore this vibrant city-state.

One of the most notable things to do in January in Singapore is to head to the tranquil Jurong Bird Park where you will get to view massive walk-aviaries, exciting bird shows, and birds in their naturalistic habitat. Another stunning place you can visit in January is the Peranakan Museum and get lost in its beautiful galleries distributed charmingly across three-storeys. If you are a rain lover and do not mind some wind and rain, do come to Singapore to visit the special places like SEA Aquarium, Universal Studios and others during this month and listen the unheard stories of Singapore must checkout National Museum of Singapore and Singapore Parks

Here are some of the best places to visit in Singapore in January :

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Universal Studios Theme Park

One of the best places to visit in Singapore in January is the Universal Studios Theme Park if you are in the mood to spend a day filled with leisure and entertainment. This wonderland on planet Earth brings every wild-child fantasy of yours to life.

This massive theme park located on Singapore’s Sentosa Island is a park that houses as many as 24 thrilling rides and a wide number of attractions and shows in its theme zones. Attend a sci-fi show that will blow your mind, or chase the dinosaurs from Jurassic Park as you meet your favorite Hollywood celebs.

8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269

Pricing : 
SGD 61 – SGD 81 ( INR 3413 – INR 4532)

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Gardens By The Bay

The moment you catch a glimpse of this beautiful, well-designed green space (perhaps from the top of the Marina Bay Sands), you will not be able to resist going there.

Walk through one of the best places to visit in Singapore in January, the Bay East Garden, where you can enjoy the lush plants and get away from the city's bustle for a while.You will not want to miss the Supertree Grove, where you will find a cluster of futuristic, iconic structures that are designed to serve environmental sustainability purposes.

Location: 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953

Pricing : SGD 15 – SGD 28 (INR 839 – INR 1566)

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Marina Bay Sands Skypark

Marina Bay Sands is one of the most opulent and best places in Singapore to visit in January, including a luxury hotel, a high-end mall and an observation deck that offers a panoramic view of the city, and the Deck Art Science Museum.

On top of the hotel is a ship that contains the Skypark's viewing deck and infinity pool.There are many impressive views from the Skypark, including the port, impressive double helix bridge, the Gardens by the Bay, and the city's skyline.

Marina Bay Sands, 10 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018956

Pricing : SGD 18 – SGD 26 ( INR 1007 – INR 1455)

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Singapore Flyer

Would you like to view the city from the world's largest giant observation wheel? In this case, the Singapore Flyer is one of the best places in Singapore to visit in January.

You can experience the luxury of being served and pampered while enjoying magnificent views of the skyline of Singapore as well as that of Malaysia's Strait of Johor and Indonesia's Spice Islands. Singapore is aglow with lights after dark, so you can choose the time of day you want to fly: early morning or late at night.

Inside Marina Bay Street Circuit 30 Raffles Ave, Singapore 039803

Pricing : SGD 21 – SGD 33 (INR 1175 – INR 1846)

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Singapore zoo

Singapore Zoo holds the distinction of being the world's best rainforest zoo, and it is one of the best places to visit in Singapore in January. In addition to being inviting and clean, the facility provides a multitude of lush vegetation and spacious habitats, ensuring that the animals are well taken care of.

You can watch the orangutans swing high above their platforms as well as snack on fruits while watching their babies. Additionally, there are chimpanzees, meerkats, a komodo dragon, mole rats, white tigers, kangaroos, and many other species.

Location: 80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore 729826

Pricing : SGD 20 – SGD 48 (INR 1119 – INR 2685)

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S.E.A. Aquarium

S.E.A. Aquarium is among the best places to visit in Singapore in January. This state-of-the-art aquarium is home to more than 100,000 marine species that inhabit 49 habitats and ten tropical zones across Southeast Asia, Australia, and Africa.

In addition to the unique experience of sleeping under the sea with over 100,000 marine animals, one can also experience the opportunity for a sleepover at the S.E.A. Aquarium.Seeing nocturnal sharks become active, animals behave differently at night, sea jellies communicating with one another, and waking to manta rays being fed by the aquarist is an experience not to be missed.

8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa Island, Singapore 098269

Pricing : 
SGD 28 – SGD 41 ( INR 1566 – INR 2294)

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Wild Wild Wet

One of the most remarkable things to do in January in Singapore, is to visit theWild Wild Wet, which is also one of the largest water parks in the country. The park is located in Downtown East and has expanded to include 16 attractions, including seven new additions, such as Free Fall, Kraken Racers, and KidZ Zone.

You may choose to chill out, pump up the adrenaline, or just spend time and relax with your family and friends. You can tackle the Royal Flush, Asia's first hybrid ride, and the Kraken Racers, Singapore's first four-lane mat racer slide. 

Location: 1 Pasir Ris Cl, Singapore 519599

SGD 20 (INR 1119)

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River Wonders Singapore

The River Wonders is nestled between the Singapore Zoo and Night Safari and serves both as a zoo and an aquarium. This new wildlife park in Singapore houses over 6,000 animals, including 40 threatened species, and has been designed to replicate the habitats of rivers worldwide, from the Yangtze to the Mississippi.

Thus one of the most rousing things to do in January Singapore is to visit this park, especially if you have always wanted to witness the endearing Red Panda and get up close and personal with the capybaras, pelicans, and beavers. 

Location: 80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore 729826

Pricing: SGD 34.20 (INR 1918)

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Bungy Jump at AJ Hackett Sentosa

There is no better way to spend a day than at Skypark Sentosa, where you can experience adrenaline or relaxation with breathtaking views set on Singapore's Siloso Beach.

Thus one of the most electrifying things to do in January Singapore is to participate in the AJ Hackett Bungy Jump, experience the thrill of the Giant Swing, or just relax at the Summerhouse Beach Club and enjoy the view of Sentosa. A unique design of Jump Decks and an overhead canopy allows you to enjoy Bungy Jumping in a wide variety of styles.

Location: 30 Siloso Beach Walk, Sentosa Island, Singapore 099011

Starting from 52 SGD (INR 2908.08)

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Singapore Night Safari

During the evening hours, the Night Safari shutters open, allowing you to explore the mysterious world of nocturnal animals. You will be able to enjoy the company of 900 animals from more than 100 species in the world's first nocturnal wildlife park.

Most of these species are threatened, some of which are native to the region, including the endangered Malayan tiger, Malayan tapir, and Asian elephant. Therefore, one of the top things to do in January in Singapore would be exploring the park on one of the four walking trails, which would allow you to see even more animals than you could from the tram.

Location: 80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore 729826

Pricing: SGD 36 – SGD 53 (INR 2013 – INR 2964)

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Singapore Skyline Luge

The Skyline Luge, Singapore's premier gravity-fuelled thrill ride, is situated on the spectacular island of Sentosa. In the 3-wheeled Luge carts here, you can control your speed while riding down four specially designed tracks, which lead through thrilling tunnels and downhill slopes that light up at sunset as you travel through a mysterious forest.

The tracks are all designed with twists, tunnels, and turns; therefore, one of the most unusual things to do in January Singapore, is to ride with your friends or family for an outdoor adventure here at Skyline Luge.

Location: 1 Imbiah Rd, Singapore 099692

Pricing: SGD 8 – SGD 28 ( INR 448 – INR 1566.49)

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IFly Singapore

The iFly Singapore facility is located adjacent to the Beach Station in Sentosa. Being the first indoor skydiving facility of its kind in the world, the state-of-the-art wind tunnel offers anyone, from beginners to experienced skydivers, the opportunity to experience flight in an easily accessible, safe, realistic, and affordable environment.

iFly Singapore provides one of the world's most extensive wind tunnels with a height of 56.5ft and a diameter of 16.5ft. Up to 20 flyers can be accommodated simultaneously in this facility. In one of the world's most enormous wind tunnels, you can experience falling through the air from 12,000 to 3,000 feet. 

Location: 43 Siloso Beach Walk, #01-01, iFly, Singapore 099010

SGD 79 (INR 4419.73)

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Singapore Cable Car

With a Singapore Cable Car Sky Pass, you can enjoy stunning views of the southern regions of Singapore. Singapore Cable Car, a gondola lift, is connected from Mount Faber on the main island to Sentosa at the other end. On its way from one end to the other, the cable offers a scenic aerial view.

At the time of its implementation in 1974, it was the first aerial link across a harbour. In spite of the fact that it is a single cable gondola lift, it is still commonly referred to as a cable car by visitors.

109 Mount Faber Rd, Mount Faber Peak, Singapore 099203

Pricing: 17.50 SGD – 25 SGD (INR 979 - INR 1399)

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Singapore Botanic Gardens

A visit to the Botanic Gardens in Singapore is highly recommended as it received Singapore's first nomination for its botanical gardens in the category of World Heritage and for a good reason. The gardens consist of a walking trail that leads to the gardens' heritage trees, which are conserved as part of efforts to preserve the city's mature trees.

It is also recommended that visitors stop by the National Orchid Garden. Besides, there is also the option of visiting the eco-garden, bonsai garden, eco-lake, several other formal gardens and sculptures. 

Location: 1 Cluny Rd, Singapore 259569

Pricing : 5 SGD (INR 279.71)

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Pulau Ubin

You can take a boat out to Pulau Ubin to see what life was like before the city was all about glitz and skyscrapers. Fewer than 100 people still live here as they did in the 1960s. Currently, the area is a peaceful and serene destination where tourists can enjoy unspoiled forests and various kinds of wildlife.

Besides the Chek Jawa Wetlands, the island is also home to a coral reef rich with marine life. Boats departing from Changi Point Ferry Terminal take approximately 10 minutes to reach the island.

Location: Island northeast of mainland Singapore

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Jurong Bird Park

A popular family attraction in Singapore, Jurong Bird Park is the world's largest bird park, which is home to more than 8,000 birds of more than 600 species. Jurong Bird Park offers an array of bird observation specialties, such as the African Waterfall Aviary, the Jungle Jewels Flight Aviary, the Lory Loft, and the Southeast Asian Birds Aviary.

This large walk-in aviary evokes a rainforest in Africa and is the largest walk-in aviary at the facility. It features a wide array of indigenous birds, including shoebills and black-masked storks, but it's also home to the tallest artificial waterfall in the world.

Location: 2 Jurong Hill, Singapore 628925

Pricing: 20 SGD – 30 SGD (INR 1981)

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Madame Tussauds Singapore

Madame Tussauds Singapore is part of a famous wax museum based in London, Madame Tussauds. In Singapore, a museum exhibits life-like wax figures of global icons and notable personalities from the fields of politics, art, sports, music, and movie.

In addition to the wax sculptures of international icons, film stars, celebrities, and athletes, which are housed at Madame Tussauds in Singapore, many interactive activities keep visitors entertained. The Marvel 4D experience allows Marvel fans to experience superheroes up close.

Location: 40 Imbiah Rd, Sentosa, Singapore 099700

Pricing: 30 SGD (INR 1678.5)

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ChinaTown Singapore

Chinatown remains one of the most intriguing areas of the city, and Chinese culture dominates the area. A Chinatown is necessary for every town, but Singapore's Chinatown is fascinating due to its harmony and cultural diversity. The architecture is influenced mainly by Victorian and Baroque elements.

Obviously, the best part of the festival is the food, so ensure that you try out as many delectable delights as you possibly can. Visit Terengganu and Smith Street to experience the heartbeat of Chinatown, as these locations have the greatest concentration of activity.

Location: 5 Banda street, Singapore 050005

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Siloso Beach

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Siloso Beach, located on Sentosa Island, is a beautiful, clean beach that lies just 30 minutes from the city centre. Families frequent this beach during the day, while it is popular with partygoers at night. A relaxing and scenic stroll along the coastline is one of the most enjoyable activities in Singapore.

Siloso Beach is not a natural landmark, similar to many other elements of Singapore. A large portion of the beach's sand was flown in from Australia and is kept in exceptional conditions. The stretch of coast was created to provide a relaxing area for locals and visitors alike. 

Location: Sentosa Island, Singapore

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MacRitchie Reservoir

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Located in a natural setting, the MacRitchie Reservoir has more than one trail to explore the surrounding area. The peaceful MacRitchie Nature Trail consists of a long walking path that is crossed by a high swing bridge that provides views of the natural world above ground level. Observe the clamor of the jungle as you walk along the 3-kilometer trail.

You can observe a reservoir along the path. Pay attention as nature sings to you through birds, trees, insects, and other sibilants. You may encounter monkeys, wild macaques, and more among the animals you may encounter. Wildlife and nature enthusiasts would surely enjoy the excursion here at MacRitchie Reservoir. 

Location: MacRitchie Reservoir Park, Singapore298717, Singapore

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People Also Ask About Singapore

  1. What are some of the festivals in Singapore that are organized in January?

    1. Pongal: One of the best places to visit in Singapore in January is Little India if you are to celebrate the four-day festival of Pongal.  In Singapore, Indians also observe this festival with great vigour at the beginning of the auspicious Thai month.

    2. Chinese New Year:Singapore celebrates Chinese New Year on the new moon day, also known as the Spring Festival. Lunar New Year, or the Chinese New Year, is highly significant to Chinese culture, and they tidy their homes to pull out bad omens and welcome good fortune.

    3. Thaipusam :Thaipusam is celebrated on a full-moon day when the Pusam (star) is at the sky’s highest point. If you come during January, you will enjoy this 2-day festival while fulfilling your vows.

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  2. Which are the best water sports to do in Singapore?

    1. Kayaking : Kayaking is a family-friendly water sport of Singapore that lets you glide through the main islands of the city in colourful kayaks. You can try this activity both in group or solo. 

    2. Flyboarding:
     One of the most adrenaline-pumping sports to try in Singapore is flyboarding where a hydro-flight device propels you on water and makes you soar above the ocean. During the activity you feel thrilled to cartwheel and fly. 

    3. Dragon boating :
     If the Olympic paddlers have fascinated you, then the best activity you can indulge in is Dragon boating where you and your team sync well with other well-oiled boats and cut through the waters. 

    4.Windsurfing :
     One of the best things to do in January in Singapore is to enjoy a sesh of windsurfing that is a combination of sailing and surfing. All you have to do is get a surfing board, loop and jump on it while on water.

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  3. How to reach Singapore

    1. By Air: Changi Airport is Asia's most well-connected airport, an important hub for international aviation. Since Singapore is an essential gateway to Southeast Asia, most international airlines fly into this city. 

    2. By Rail: 
    Singapore is linked by rail to Malaysia, Johor Bahru, and Kuala Lumpur and is connected to Bangkok via a rail route. There are three trains per day that reach Singapore; hence you can board any one of them and arrive at the Tanjong Pagar MRT station here.

    3. By water: Due to its island status, Singapore offers regular ferry service to Malaysia's Tanjung Belungkor and Indonesia's Riau Islands. An exciting voyage on a Star Cruise provides a great way to reach Singapore via water.
  4. How many days are enough to visit in Singapore?

    For a Singapore trip, 2 to 4 days are sufficient to see all the major sites. On the first day you can visit the Nocturnal Zoo and go on a night safari. The second day can be spent exploring the popular districts of Marina Bay, Little India, Chinatown, besides other top attractions like Botanical Gardens, Madame Tussauds Wax Museum, and SEA Aquarium. You can spend the third day exploring the entire Universal Studios and the fourth day can be spent on last-minute shopping and finally departing for home.

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