Jan 31

Best things to do in Singapore, Malaysia, and Thailand

Singapore, Malaysia, and Thailand are the three most popular destinations in Southeast Asia welcoming tourists from across the globe. These destinations are loved for their versatility as they are perfect for a family vacation, a romantic honeymoon, or a trip with friends. Singapore known as “Lion’s City” is famed for the world’s first nocturnal safari park, largest rooftop infinity pool, extraordinary gardens, intriguing architecture, shopping streets, and much more.

Malaysia is another very beautiful country in Southeast Asia with a variety of landscapes, cultures, cuisines, the latest architecture, traditional art, and more.

Thailand is all about refreshing beaches, ancient temples, floating markets, traditional massages, night markets, and many other exciting experiences.

Here is a run-down of top 10 things to do in Singapore Malaysia Thailand:


  • Walk through the Gardens by the Bay: 

A garden by the Bay is a must-explore on the Singapore Malaysia Thailand tour package. It is a nature park in central Singapore that features a collection of themed gardens, towering Supertrees, and two conservatories (the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest). The park offers a unique blend of nature and technology, showcasing a diverse range of plants from around the world in a stunning, futuristic setting. Travelers prefer taking a walk around and enjoying a variety of interactive exhibits, educational experiences, and breathtaking views of the city skyline.

  • Visit the Sentosa Island

Sentosa Island is a popular tourist destination located in Singapore. It features a wide range of attractions and activities for everyone, including

  1. Beaches, such as Siloso Beach and Palawan Beach
  2. Theme parks, such as Universal Studios Singapore and Adventure Cove Water park
  3. Golf courses
  4. A variety of dining and shopping options
  5. Historical and cultural attractions, such as Fort Siloso and the Merlion statue
  6. Nature and adventure experiences, such as the Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom and the Sentosa Luge and Skyride.
  • Visit Singapore Night Safari

Singapore Night Safari opens at dusk hours, welcoming tourists to witness the nocturnal creatures and habitats. You will get to take a tram ride through seven geographical zones, showcasing animals from around the world. You can also choose to explore the walking trail to see the animals up close. Singapore Night Safari also boasts interactive exhibits and some educational experiences. You can end your visit with the exciting Creatures of the Night Show to watch the natural talents of the creatures like otters, binturongs, capybaras, etc.


  • Skywalk on Petronas Twin Tower

If you are not scared of heights then you must visit the observation deck on the Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur which are the 88-story tallest twin towers in the world. The Skywalk on the Petronas Twin Towers is a thrilling observation deck located on the 41st and 42nd floors of the iconic structure. You will get to witness a 360-degree panoramic view of the city, enjoy the glass-floor observation deck, learn about the history and architecture of the Petronas Twin Towers through the multimedia exhibit, and buy souvenirs from the gift shop.

  • City tour of Kuala Lumpur and explore the Batu Caves

Kuala Lumpur, the capital city of Malaysia is known for its mix of modern and traditional architecture, vibrant street life, and diverse culture. The capital city boasts some notable attractions like KL Tower, Petronas Twin Towers, Batu Caves, Thean Hou Temple, Chinatown, Central Market, Petaling Street Night Market, and more. One of the most famous highlights near Kuala Lumpur includes Batu Caves, which is a Hindu Temple located in Selangor. At the entrance, it boasts a large statue of Lord Murugan, believed to be the Hindu god of war. The attraction consists of a series of caves and temples including the Cathedral Cave, the Dark Cave, the Art Gallery Caves, and the Museum Cave. Thousands of devotees gather at Batu Caves during the Hindu festival of Thaipusam.

  • Witness the architecture of Malacca

Malacca, also known as Melaka, is a city in Malaysia known for its rich history and unique blend of architectural styles. The city has been influenced by a variety of cultures, including Portuguese, Dutch, Chinese, and British, resulting in a diverse array of architectural styles. Some of the famous landmarks to explore include St. Paul’s Church, A Famosa, Cheng Hoon Teng Temple, The Baba and Nyonya Heritage Museum, Jonker Street, Kampung Kling Mosque, etc.


  • Hop through some of the world’s prettiest Islands

Thailand is loaded with stunning islands in the Andaman Sea and the Gulf of Siam. The destination is loved for its beautiful beaches, lush green forests, exciting nightlife, and more. Go island hopping with your loved ones including Koh Phi Phi, Koh Samui, Koh Lanta, Koh Tao, Koh Phangan, Koh Chang, Similan Islands, Phuket, and many more.

  • Shop until you drop

Thailand is home to plenty of malls, street markets, floating markets, night markets, weekend bazaars, etc. All these shopping places provide traditional Thai products, antiques, silk products, ornaments, spices, ceramics, and more.

  • Visit the Grand Palace of Bangkok 

One of the most famous attractions of Bangkok, the Grand Palace was home to the king for 150 years. The architectural gen covers an area of 218,400 sq. meters. Don’t forget to confirm their dress code and instructions as they are to be followed strictly.


The above list is not it. These destinations have plenty more to offer. Connect with Flamingo Travels Pvt Ltd to get the best options for the Singapore Malaysia Thailand tour package.

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