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15 Budget friendly Nature & Cultural spots in Singapore for Singapore Residents (2017)

Truth be told, sometimes it can get costly to simply travel out. And there are days of the months where you wish you could just hide somewhere and keep your mobile gadgets at bay.

The purpose of this guide is to highlight the places worth visiting with the options of multiple visits within the year too. Some places are free while some are paid and offer repeated visits with annual passes. They offer a very interesting experience that even a traveler can enjoy.

Singapore Art Museum

Cost: Refer to website for Admission Fee, Free entry on Friday evenings after 6 pm and Public Holiday | Website

Asian Civilisation Museum

Cost: Refer to website for Admission Fee, Free entry on Friday evenings after 6 pm and Public Holiday | Website

ArtScience Museum

Cost: Refer to website for Admission Fee| Website

Gardens by the Bay – Friends of the Gardens (Annual Pass)

Cost: S$68 onwards | Website

National Gallery – Gallery Insider (Annual Pass)

Cost: S$30 onwards | Website

Mandai Parks – Friends of the Zoo, River Safari, Night Safari & Jurong Bird Park (Annual Pass)

Cost: S$29 onwards | Website

RWS Attraction Passes – Universal Studios Singapore, SEA Aquarium & Adventure Cove (Season Pass & Annual Pass)

Cost: $68 onwards | Website

Southern Islands

Cost: $12 for two-way ferry ride | Website

Marina Barrage

Cost: Free | Website

Singapore Botanic Gardens (UNESCO World Heritage Site)

Cost: Free, except for the Singapore Orchid Garden which requires separate admission. | Website

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