Recommended activities in Jurong, Singapore

Here’s how you spend a day or two in Jurong, Singapore—one of the finest and power-packed regions of the city.

Plan your travel well by looking for options that will save you money and time. Buses are the more preferred option for travelling to Singapore and you can take tickets from as well.

Tuas Secret Beach: Tuas has a secret beach! And it has clean, powdery sand and tranquil waters. The journey here is guaranteed to be pleasant. Picture your lone car cruising down long, winding roads, large fields that seem to have no end, and lalangs adorning every patch of green. Hardly anyone comes here, so it’s an ideal place for a romantic road-trip! If you are a peace lover then this is the place for you as it is a very peaceful beach.  Good place for meditation as well. However, check for trespasser warnings in certain areas, as if you are caught you can be booked and surely would not want to be booked when on a holiday.

Kranji War Memorial: Kranji War Memorial is dedicated to the men and women all over the world who died defending Singapore from the Japanese in World War II. With a heavy air of dignity and pride, the graves of 4,458 allied servicemen lie in neat rows on the green pastures. The place is well kept.  It is indeed a serene place to honour the heroes of World War 2.

Ice Skating: If you're tired of perspiring in Singapore's humidity, grab some friends down for some ice skating fun in Singapore's biggest ice skating rink at JCube. And if the words "ice skating" terrify you, don't worry as you'll be able to rent cute seal, penguin, or snowman aids to help navigate your way across the ice. The freezer under the ice must have a great capacity as the temperature above is quite comfortable for the people strolling in the mall.  You must plan your trip according to the scheduled intervals else it would collapse everyone to the end of the session when the ice is no longer fresh.

Be a ghostbuster: This one isn’t for the faint of heart. Jalan Bahar is said to be haunted as it used to be a cemetery before. So if you are into the paranormal and want to check for yourself if the rumours hold true, why not pay a visit to the place?

Shop till you drop: A specialty of Singapore, you will never tire of shopping in Jurong. From streets lined with the best in fashion, accessories, electronics and more, to the recreation of Hong Kong’s streets in malls such as Jurong Point Mall, shopping here is an entirely different experience.


Jumping in the trampoline park: Time to be a child again! Unwind, de-stress and burn off those extra calories at the same time as you jump about silly at the AMPED Trampoline Park here. This place is best enjoyed with a group of friends as you can challenge each other to sillier tasks.

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