5 New places to visit in Singapore 2021

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It can sometimes feel like there’s nothing much to do in our tiny island nation. We’re always looking for new places to go to and new things to check out. You’re in luck, here’s a list of 5 new places to visit in Singapore.

Museum of Ice Cream (MOIC)

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You’ve probably already seen this on your friends’ Instagram feed. Ever since it opened on 19th August, people can’t get enough of the pink aesthetics, multi-sensory exhibitions and the unlimited ice cream. It’s a fun place to visit with friends, families and loved ones.

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Location: 100 Loewen Rd, Singapore 248837

Slurping Good – Singapore’s first instant noodle themed playground

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It’s a playground of something we all know and love – instant noodles! It’s been our companion during late nights mugging for exams, the nights we work overtime and really just anytime we’re too lazy to cook a meal that would take us anything more than 10 minutes. There are over 13 instagrammable installations so get ready to take some photos and play some games

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Location: Tekka Place, Annex Building

2 Serangoon Road, Singapore 218227

#01-51 to 54


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If there’s one thing that gets us excited, it’s food. Located beside Slurping Good, Eatbox has a wide variety of good food to offer and of course, the place itself is Instagram worthy. There are 17 food stalls, so it’s probably going to take you a number of trips down to try all the different stalls. The good news is that it’s a permanent food hall so it’s not going anywhere anytime soon, take your time to savour all the goodness!

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The Karting Arena

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There’s a new 700-metre-long track at Jurong! This is The Karting Arena’s second track, here they use petroleum karts whereas their Bukit Timah outlet uses electric karts. Either way, you can race with others. An activity that’s perfect for adrenaline junkies!

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Location: 511 Upper Jurong Road, Singapore 638366

Water Bike @ Pasir Ris Beach

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Launching in October, Singapore’s first water bike adventure is a new activity you’ll want to add to your list of things to try this year. Unlike a regular bike, you won’t need to balance on your own – the floats on both sides stabilises the water bike. So just pedal away!

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