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Trendy New Attractions in Singapore You Can't Miss

Trendy New Attractions in Singapore You Can’t Miss

In 2023, Singapore welcomed over 13 million tourists with expectations for even more in the coming years. Beyond iconic sites like the Merlion and Universal Studios, there’s a plethora of places to explore on this tiny island nation.

If you’ve been to Singapore before, you’ll know that touring the island’s best-known attractions can take you as little as three days. However, just when you think you’ve seen all there is to see in the city, newer places keep popping up! 

We curated a list of the best and newest attractions in Singapore that are worth booking flights for!

Harry Potter: Forbidden Forest Experience

Address: 80 Siloso Road, Singapore 098969

Operating Hours: Hours and dates vary, check out the website for more information


If you’re a super big fan of Harry Potter, then the Harry Potter: Forbidden Forest Experience may be the closest thing you’ll have to getting into the Wizarding World. It just opened in 2024, attracting Potterheads from all over the world! 

The attraction is a nighttime trail set in both the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts series. You’ll be walking through the enchanted forests of the films, with creatures like Nifflers and Hippogriffs popping out in some corners. 

To complete the experience, you’ll also get the chance to cast your own Patronus to keep the trail lit. You’ll also catch some magical shows led by wizards (actors), so take your time traversing through the forest. 

Standard admission fees at Harry Potter: Forbidden Forest Experience start at $72 for Singaporean adults and $84 for tourists. 

If you get the Deluxe Bundle, you’ll not only get entry to the attraction, but you’ll also get a letter, tote bag, light-up lanyard, and magnet as souvenirs! 

Museum of Ice Cream

Address: 100 Loewen Rd, Singapore 248837

Operating Hours: Sunday to Wednesday, 10:00 am to 6:00 pm, Thursday to Saturday, 10:00 am to 9:00 pm


The Museum of Ice Cream has finally arrived in Singapore! This pink-filled, dessert-clad museum is a prime spot for anyone with a sweet tooth, and if you’re looking for a unique museum experience, this place should be on your bucket list. 

You don’t have to fly all the way to New York City or Chicago just to jump into a pit full of sprinkles or try out different scoops of ice cream flavours for a whole day. There’s a jelly-themed jungle gym and many Instagrammable spots inside, too!

If you’ve had enough ice cream, there’s also Scream’s Diner where you can sip on milkshakes, cocktails, teas, coffee, and more. The whole place is decorated like a pink vintage diner, so feel free to take as many pictures as you want! 

From Thursday to Sunday, starting at 6 pm, the Museum of Ice Cream launches  After Dark, an exclusive tasting menu featuring distinctive ice cream flavours and boozy concoctions that you won’t find being served during the earlier hours. 

Tickets to the museum should be reserved at least a day or two before your visit date. We recommend dropping by on a weekday afternoon or evening to avoid large crowds!


Address: 36 Siloso Beach Walk, Unit 01-04 Sentosa, Singapore 099007

Contact Details: +65 8031 7081

Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday, 11:00 am to 7:00 pm


Got a penchant for perfumes and orchids? Scentopia is the newest attraction in Singapore that’s wholly dedicated to teaching guests how to craft their own signature perfume using natural oils and orchid extracts! 

Since the orchid is Singapore’s national flower, crafting your own orchid-inspired scent from scratch at Scentopia seems fitting for any tourist visiting the island for the first time. They also serve as great souvenirs to bring home for your friends and family! 

First, complete a quick perfume personality assessment survey to determine your preferences, and then a staff member will match your answers with a scent profile. You’ll then be taught to mix extracts and create your perfume! 

Don’t know much about orchids? Scentopia has a database of perfume profiles, perfume history, tips, recipes, and orchid types available on their website for you to learn more about the orchid perfume-making process. 

We recommend reading through the basics before your visit date! 

Mr. Bucket Chocolaterie

Address: 13 Dempsey Rd, #01-03/04, Singapore 249674

Contact Details: +65 6969 9504

Operating Hours: Monday to Wednesday, 11:00 am to 7:00 pm, Thursday to Saturday, 11:00 am to 10:00 pm, Sunday, 11:00 am to 7:00 pm


If you were a fan of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory growing up, then you’ll probably find Mr. Bucket Chocolatere’s Creation Station to be a dream come true. Here, you get the chance to create your own Chocolate Slab at just $28 per head! 

Mr. Bucket Chocolaterie offers an open-concept space where visitors can watch chocolate experts create orders from their tables. While serving cafe fare and desserts for a couple of years, their build-your-own factory just recently opened.

At the Creation Station, you get to choose one type of chocolate, either dark or oat, plus three toppings from a selection of pretzels, dried fruit, edible flowers, puffy rice, popping candy, marshmallows, and more. The process is fairly quick, but super customizable!

While Mr. Bucket Chocolaterie isn’t a halal-certified establishment, they do offer halal ingredients and toppings for your chocolate slab. 

They don’t use gelatin in their chocolate-making process, but it’s still best to inform the staff makers about your dietary preferences to make sure! 

The chocolaterie also hosts workshops and special chocolate decorating events occasionally. Tune in to their Instagram page or website for updates and more info!


Address: 1 Raffles Place, L61-62, Singapore 048616

Contact Details: +65 9677 8074

Operating Hours: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, 5:00 pm to 12:00 am, Wednesday Friday and Saturday, 5:00 pm to 2:00 am


As the name suggests, HighHouse is a swanky lounge located on the 61st and 62nd floors of One Raffles Place. This new bar and lounge isn’t just your ordinary rooftop bar; it has large LED wall panels and digital artwork illuminating the space. 

If you’re looking for a bar or restaurant to impress your date, HighHouse may be your newest addition to your list of romantic spots. Plus, you get 360-degree views of the Singapore skyline from up there (if towering heights don’t make you queasy). 

It’s a pretty upscale place serving up gourmet fare like lobster, Fijian-style ceviche, Dutch kingfish carpaccio, and more. For booze, you can order craft cocktails made with ingredients sourced from all over the Pacific! 

HighHouse has a strict dress code that requires all guests to wear smart casual clothing. Try to wear trousers that cover your ankles, though, as they don’t allow bottoms that show your ankles! 

The minimum age requirement to enter HighHouse is 13 years old for dinner and 21 years old for drinks at the bar. It’s best to bring along identification cards with you, as staff members may require you to show them proof of age upon arrival! 

Chaos Lab

– From bringyourkidout

Address: Changi Airport Terminal 2, 60 Airport Blvd., #03-03 Level 3, Singapore 819643

Operating Hours: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, 5:00 pm to 12:00 am, Wednesday Friday and Saturday, 5:00 pm to 2:00 am


Need a place to destress that’s also child-friendly? Take your little ones to Chaos Lab for a day of jumping on illuminated balls and stuffing your hands with stretch clay and goo! 

Chaos Lab is essentially a kids’ version of a smash room (but without the smashing of breakable items). Instead of an axe or hammer, you can get your hands busy with moulding clay and slime or jump into a large ball pit. 

While the new attraction is designed for children, guests of all ages are welcome to join in on the fun. If you’re coming with a child, tickets will only cost you $9 as a companion while your kids’ tickets will cost $25. 

The ball pit at Chaos Lab is a shoe-free area, so wear socks to the attraction to keep your feet clean and the place sanitary! 

There are lockers inside the attraction to keep your belongings safe. Usually, only one locker will be provided per family, so if you’re a large group (more than 10), it’s best to contact the Chaos Lab team via this page to inform them about your arrival. 

Large groups will have separate ticket prices, which may vary. 

Tipsy Unicorn

Address: 36 Siloso Beach Walk, #01-01, Singapore 099007

Contact Details: +65 9139 6703

Operating Hours: Tuesday to Thursday, 11:00 am to 9:00 pm, Friday, 12:00 pm to 12:00 am, Sunday, 11:00 am to 10:00 pm


If you’re Team Barbie in the Barbie vs. Oppenheimer film fad, then a visit to Tipsy Unicorn will be your next beachside paradise. This new and trending beach club is the closest spot you’ll get to living in Barbie’s Dream House!

Tipsy Unicorn is located just across from Magical Shores Singapore. It won’t be hard to spot this beach club thanks to the dozens of pink and purple striped umbrellas, purple daybeds, and a unicorn carousel at the beachfront. 

There’s a pool, indoor bar, lounge area, and multiple spots to enjoy burgers, sandwiches, salads, cocktails, and desserts in the area. For a completely private beachfront experience, you can also book a VIP Cabana for just you (not Ken). 

Tipsy Unicorn also hosts fitness events for club guests who want to break a sweat and get moving before partying or relaxing. HIIT and yoga classes run for 60 minutes and must be booked in advance via this page

You can also hire a personal trainer to help you with your fitness goals. Learn more about hiring a personal trainer here
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