Top 10 Fun Things to Do in Singapore
Even though dogs are not allowed on buses or trains, Singapore is still a dog-friendly country, thanks to the numerous dog lovers who live here. Even with the recent growth of dog-centric services around our tiny island, it's understandable that one can run out of fun things to do with dogs every weekend.
Our list of fun things to do with dogs in Singapore:
- Ride the Tanjong Beach waves:
What more could a dog ask for than a big stretch of sandy beach to run on and dig in? Many dog owners with their lovely furkids can be seen frolicking in the sun on weekends. Hungry? Look for a food truck or make a reservation at Tanjong Beach Club.
- A walk down Marina Bay Waterfront Promenade:
Appreciate the modern skyscrapers and coastline of Marina Bay. After going down the boardwalk's long stretch of well-paved boardwalk, your pup is certain to feel tired. Explore the Esplanade, Gardens by the Bay, or the Fullerton and Boat Quay neighborhoods for a longer walk.
- Fly a kite at Marina Barrage:
This is an excellent spot for kite flying and a relaxing picnic. Not to mention the amazing scenery, which makes for a stunning photo backdrop.
- Picnic at Singapore Botanic Gardens:
Wake up early and go to the Botanic Gardens for a morning picnic. The beautiful lawns provide an ideal setting for endless games of fetch and frisbee with your dog.
- Take a dip in a dog swimming pool:
Even though Singapore is small, there are plenty of dog swimming pools to pick from! You'll be able to locate a pool that's suitable for both you and your pet, regardless of your budget or needs.
- Dine alfresco with your furkid:
In Singapore, there are several outdoor cafés where you may bring your dog to eat with you. Five & 2, Wildseed Cafe, Open Farm Community, and Greenwood Fish Market at Quayside Isle are all recommended cafes.
- Treat your dog to a massage:
Massage affects all 11 body systems in dogs, including their musculoskeletal, circulatory, and lymphatic systems, according to Paws Fur Life. It can also help with movement concerns by manipulating muscles, as well as having a favorable impact on the immune system by cleaning out waste and toxins.
- Hop on board a private boat:
Choose your private boating itinerary: sail to a nearby island for a dip in the open sea, watch the sunset with your dog by your side, eat a delectable seafood feast, or take a stroll on Pulau Ubin.
- Discover Singapore in a sidecar:
In a hand-restored Vespa sidecar, take in the sights, sounds, and flavors of Singapore! This alternative may be even more enticing to dogs who enjoy poking their heads out of automobile windows.
- Be surrounded by dancing lights:
A stroll at night is enjoyable. A night walk that ends in a light and sound display is ideal. Take a nice long stroll through Gardens by the Bay, stopping at the Supertrees for their nightly Garden Rhapsody.
And there you have it: 10 dog-friendly activities on this sunny island! Is there anything else you'd like to add to the list? Please feel free to share your thoughts.