Singapore is one of the most convenient cities in the world to get around with ease—even for the elderly and wheelchair users. There are many initiatives that have been introduced in the past decade to make our infrastructures more user-friendly.
If you are planning a day out in Singapore, there are plenty of tourist attractions here which have thoughtfully designed their premises to cater for those who require mobility access. From museums to concert venues and even the zoo; there is no reason why anyone should be left out.
Here are 17 Of The Most Wheelchair-Friendly Attractions In Singapore.
The spellbindingly beautiful National Gallery Singapore has finally opened its doors to the public! Home to the world’s biggest collection of modern Southeast Asian Art, the 64,000-square-metre museum has two permanent galleries featuring the development of both Singapore and Southeast Asian art. It is a must-visit for all art enthusiasts and history buffs.
From now till 06 December 2015, interested participants get to enjoy free admission into National Gallery Singapore. Note that visitors have to acquire the complimentary tickets prior to their visit from the attraction’s official website (a maximum of five tickets per transaction). The gallery is massive and let us tell you what to expect before you head down!
For the opening of this blog post on the Things to Do in Singapore, I wanted to show the beautiful Singapore Skyline, but I decided to use a photo of food since it sums up Singapore nicely — eating is our way of life.
I always receive emails from overseas readers asking me to suggest some of the things that they can do while having holiday in Singapore. So I have been working on this little project for a while, going to different places to explore and take photos.
Here is my list of 10 Things To Do In Singapore: