37 Free Things to Do In Singapore: No. 9 Tells You Where to Get Free Meals

Singapore is officially the most expensive city to live in 2014, beating Paris, Zurich, Oslo and 120+ other countries according to the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU).

Singapore may be known as an expensive city but did you know there’s a lot you can do for free?

With the help of this guide and some smart trip planning, you can see many of Singapore’s best sights for free. Without further ado, here are 37 free things you can do in Singapore.

1. Explore History in Chinatown

The ethic enclave of early Chinese settlers, Chinatown, or “Bullock Cart Water” as it’s called, is today still the favorite haunt of the Singaporean for cheap eats and buys. While a little touristic, Chinatown still retains a strong sense of history and vitality.