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10 Best New Attractions in Singapore [2024]

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New Attractions Singapore

Best New Attractions Singapore
Best New Attractions Singapore

From its headline-making greening efforts to the ethereal architecture to the drawing in of some of the best music and arts programming in Asia, Singapore serves up jaw-dropping, world-class attractions in a seemingly never-ending cycle of bombast and sensorial slamdowns.

Best newest attractions in Singapore for 2024 are New Bahru, Sensoryscape, Mandai Wildlife West, Harry Potter: Visions of Magic, and Naruto: The Gallery.

As usual, the city-state has pulled out all the stops this year on new stuff for locals and tourists alike to do in Singapore that they actually didn’t do on their last trip.

Here are the best new attractions that you definitely need to add to your list of things to do in Singapore.

Quick Summary

  • Best newest attractions in Singapore for 2024 are New Bahru, Sensoryscape, Mandai Wildlife West, Harry Potter: Visions of Magic, and Naruto: The Gallery.
  • When selecting new attractions in Singapore, consider the unique experiences and interactive elements they offer to ensure a memorable visit.
  • The latest attractions in Singapore blend innovation and engagement, providing diverse experiences that cater to various interests and age groups.

Key Considerations

  • Unique Experiences: Look for attractions that offer distinctive and interactive activities.
  • Family-Friendly: Ensure the attraction caters to all age groups if traveling with family.
  • Accessibility: Check the location and ease of transportation to the attraction.
  • Cultural Relevance: Consider attractions that showcase Singapore’s cultural heritage.
  • Reviews and Ratings: Read up on reviews and ratings for firsthand visitor insights.
  • Opening Dates and Events: Verify the latest updates on opening dates and special events.
  • Amenities: Ensure the attraction has necessary amenities like dining options and rest areas.

Best Newest Attractions in Singapore

1. New Bahru

New Bahru - New Attractions Singapore (Credit: Google Maps)
New Bahru – New Attractions Singapore (Credit: Google Maps)

Welcome to New Bahru, Singapore’s first creative cluster. Home to the many local and international brands, clean hip cafés run by young entrepreneurs, and artisanal beverages and food stalls at every corner of New Bahru, this is where shopping and dining becomes a statement.

With street art that positively shouts and seasonal cultural events that scream, New Bahru is seen as being on the crest of a wave by many fashionable creatives.

If you’re hankering after something alternative and edgy, head south.

2. Sensoryscape

Sensoryscape - New Attractions Singapore (Credit: Sentosa)
Sensoryscape – New Attractions Singapore (Credit: Sentosa)

Sensoryscape in Sentosa Island is a multi-sensory immersive experience for all ages to enjoy. Spread throughout 350 meters is a trail that is divided into six different gardens.

They’ll include aromatic blooms to tickle your nose, touch-me installations to thrill the fingertips, and light and sound shows for the eyes.

It’s a sensory-stimulating trove ideal for kids and their playful parents alike, and its aesthetic brilliance at night time spectacles turns it into an enchanting wonderland that makes it all the more worthwhile a detour to experience.

3. Mandai Wildlife West

Mandai Wildlife West - New Attractions Singapore (Credit: Google Maps)
Mandai Wildlife West – New Attractions Singapore (Credit: Google Maps)

Nature lovers, rejoice! Mandai Wildlife West is a sprawling new attraction that brings you closer to nature. Home to Bird Paradise and Rainforest Wild, this new hotspot offers exciting activities for families and nature enthusiasts.

Take in interactive displays, go for a stroll along a woodland path, dine in a restaurant with a spectacular view of the nature around you, and visit their zoos and gardens… that’s half a day for you. It’s a day out with something for all the family.

4. Harry Potter: Visions of Magic

Harry Potter: Visions of Magic - New Attractions Singapore (Credit: Harry Potter Visions of Magic)
Harry Potter: Visions of Magic – New Attractions Singapore (Credit: Harry Potter Visions of Magic)

Calling all Potterheads! Make time for Harry Potter: Visions of Magic at Resorts World Sentosa. Imagine being in the world of Harry Potter.

Well, it’s as good as it gets now, with this interactive art experience harnessing the latest in augmented reality technology, enabling you to participate in a series of thematically built environments that will transport you directly into the world of Harry Potter, as created by J K Rowling.

For any fan of wizarding world of literature, this is a treat not to be missed – regardless of age.

5. Naruto: The Gallery

Naruto: The Gallery - New Attractions Singapore (Credit: RW Sentosa)
Naruto: The Gallery – New Attractions Singapore (Credit: RW Sentosa)

Anime fans will be thrilled with Naruto: The Gallery at Universal Studios Singapore. The displays are multimedia with interactive panels, anime footage, and themed goodies, accompanied by a pop-up café serving Naruto-related sweets.

It’s a step into legitimacy for fans, expanding the popular Universal Studios lineup. No doubt Naruto enthusiasts worldwide will now streamline their travel plans to include a stopover at Humble Park.

6. Minion Land

Minion Land - New Attractions Singapore (Credit: Spot)
Minion Land – New Attractions Singapore (Credit: Spot)

Get ready for fun at Minion Land in Universal Studios Singapore. This exciting new destination touts the mischievous minions of the Despicable Me films with a Despicable Me Minion Mayhem ride, themed retail opportunities, and bite-sized snacks that will bring a smile to all those entering.

It is a whimsical place that has everything needed for a visit filled with laughter and happiness.

7. Big Sister’s Island

Big Sister’s Island - New Attractions Singapore (Credit: Nparks)
Big Sister’s Island – New Attractions Singapore (Credit: Nparks)

Big Sister’s Island is a hidden gem waiting to be explored. Part of the Sisters’ Islands Marine Park, it features the Ocean Network Express Coastal Forest Trail, offering breathtaking views and rich biodiversity.

Big Sister’s Island is an ideal place to snorkel, and do some biking or trekking. You can even stroll and relax by the water. Get there by boat.

8. Impressions of Monet: The Garden

Impressions of Monet: The Garden - New Attractions Singapore (Credit: Gardens by the Bay)
Impressions of Monet: The Garden – New Attractions Singapore (Credit: Gardens by the Bay)

Art meets nature at Impressions of Monet: The Garden in Gardens by the Bay. This exhibition takes you on an immersive around-the-world digital odyssey with Monet while viewing his most iconic works, along with the most beautiful air plant floral displays accenting the artwork. You too will see the world with Monet’s eyes.

9. Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest Experience

Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest Experience - New Attractions Singapore (Credit: Harry Potter Forbidden Forest Experience)
Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest Experience – New Attractions Singapore (Credit: Harry Potter Forbidden Forest Experience)

Take your family outside to walk the lengths (and depths) of the Forbidden Forest – a new Harry Potter experience in a forested area.

Play with and among Harry Potter movie set pieces and forgotten artifacts from Hogwarts. Encounter giant spiders, centaurs, unicorns, and more! Experience the outdoors like never before as you mix with mythical creatures in their mythical habitats.

This Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest Experience is part of the Wizarding World’s Year of Magical Events: they have an ‘architectural adventure break’ available, too.

10. Eastern Corridor

Eastern Corridor - New Attractions Singapore (Credit: Nparks)
Eastern Corridor – New Attractions Singapore (Credit: Nparks)

Eastern Corridor, a new park connector, is a great place for outdoor activities to unwind and enjoy the scenery. It is located in eastern Singapore, connecting the various parks and nature areas in the east region.

The scenic by-road is suitable for a slow-paced stroll, gentle jog, or cycling activity. The diversity of wildlife is plentiful around the area, as well as the surrounding healing nature.

New Attractions Singapore

It’s creative clusters at one end of the spectrum and immersive experiences blending art at the other.

The next time someone tells you that Singapore is seedier than Singapore, get them to take this tour of spectacular new pop-ups in singing, gastronomy live music, art, nature, and everything in between.

Whether you’re a thrill junkie, a nature lover, or an art enthusiast, there is something for you. Pack your bags, charge your camera, and get ready. Soon, it will be time for Singapore like there’s no tomorrow.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

If you have any questions about New Attractions Singapore, you can refer to the frequently asked questions (FAQ) about the Best Newest Attractions in Singapore below:

What are the best new attractions in Singapore?

The best new attractions in Singapore are New Bahru, Sensoryscape, Mandai Wildlife West, Harry Potter: Visions of Magic, and Naruto: The Gallery.

What are the must-visit new attractions in Singapore for 2024?

New Bahru, Sensoryscape, Mandai Wildlife West, Harry Potter: Visions of Magic, Naruto: The Gallery, Minion Land, Big Sister’s Island, Impressions of Monet: The Garden, Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest Experience, and Eastern Corridor.

Where is the Harry Potter: Visions of Magic located?

It is located at Resorts World on Sentosa Island.

What is special about Sensoryscape?

Sensoryscape features a 350-meter trail with six gardens designed to stimulate the senses through various sensory experiences, an interactive digital light art show, and sound spectacles.

Can families visit Mandai Wildlife West?

Yes, Mandai Wildlife West offers attractions like Bird Paradise and Rainforest Wild, suitable for families with young ones, adventure seekers and nature enthusiasts.

When will Minion Land open?

Minion Land at Universal Studios Singapore is set to open in 2024.

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