12 Fantastic Things To Do In Singapore That Doesn’t Involve Alcohol

Megan Zara Walsh Megan Zara Walsh - Staff Writer

Things To Do Without Alcohol In Singapore

Indeed, Singapore is a fantastic city for the boozers among us. From bars, clubs and plenty of open bar rooftops – we’ve got it all. But what if you actually don’t fancy a drink for a change? From immersive experiences to family-friendly activities, we’ve rounded 12 of the best alcohol-free things to do in Singapore.

1. Spin Art

Spin Art Singapore
Photo Credit: Spin Art Studio

This new spin art experience is a must-do in Singapore. Perfect for dates or with a group of friends or family. Read all about this unique new spin art experience here.

2. Singapore Zoo

The famous Singapore Zoo, set in a rainforest, offers you an opportunity to be enlightened nature and wildlife. Wonder through the animal kingdom to have an awesome time minus the alcohol.

📍 80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore 729826

3. Hi Roller

Show off your skating skills or make a show of yourself with the amount of falling for first-timers. Either way, this is an unforgettable activity to do in Singapore without alcohol. Head on Saturday for a nostalgic 80s ambience.

📍 1 Pasir Ris Cl, Level 5 E!Hub @ Downtown East, Singapore 519599

4. Café Hopping

Enjoy a range of brunches, visit the most instagrammable cafes in Singapore or showcase your love for pink by hopping through the pinkest cafes in Singapore. Whatever you choose, you’ll certainly have fun.

📍 Various Locations

5. Hyperrealities

Embark on this thrilling interactive adventure to another world. This is the ArtScience Museum’s first VR programme featuring innovative artworks by famous artists. With a VR headset on, you’ll touch rainbows, climb polar ice caps and try to save an artist from doom. Indeed, one of the greatest things to do without alcohol. Get your tickets via the Marina Bay Sands website.

📍 VR Gallery, 6 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018974

6. Water Bikes

Photo Credit: Waterbike Singapore

On a warm day, experience Singapore’s first-ever water bikes. Read all about them here.


7. V-Room

For one hour, travel to another world through the magic of virtual reality gaming. Team up with friends or be their enemy, and select between a variety of fun or terrifying games. From Zombie Training, to Lazerbait, Half-Life, and more…there is something for everyone to get excited about.

📍 Various Locations

8. Yacht Picnic

Yacht Picnic Experience Singapore Yachtnic
Photo Credit: Yachtnic

We recently wrote about this surreal yacht picnic experience in Singapore. Excellent for lovers or a small group of people. Read about it here.

9. Instagrammable Food Hunt

Instagrammable Food Dishes Singapore
Photo Credit: Twenty Grammes

The foodies will adore our list of the most instagrammable foods in Singapore. Why not check them out for yourself to see if you agree. Certainly, one of the best things to do without alcohol in Singapore.

📍 Various Locations

10. KF1 Karting Circuit

At Singapore’s largest go-kart circuit, you know you’ll be in for a treat. Get your adrenaline pumping by taking on 16 corners over a 750m track. The novice karts are for everyone to enjoy which can speed up to 28km, but the more advanced karts are for driving licensed people only. Nevertheless, it makes a fun group activity for five.

📍 1 Turf Club Avenue, Singapore 738078

11. Eatbox Food Hall

Spend an afternoon indulging in all your favourite foods at Tekka Place’s first-ever creative food hall. From photogenic desserts to iconic foodie approved dishes, such as waffle burgers, fusion noodles, Vietnamese sticky rice, to name a few. Additionally, we’ve crowned it one of the best things to do when it’s raining in Singapore.

📍 Tekka Place, Opp Rochor Stn, Singapore

12. Museum Hopping

Team Lab Future World
Photo Credit: FutureWorld

There are many must-see museums around the city. For instance, The National Museum Of Singapore is the oldest in the state, while The Singapore Art Museum houses beautiful Southeast Asian artwork and FutureWorld at The ArtScience Museum invites you to lose yourself in an exciting universe of art, magic and science. Luckily, most museums are free to enter so this is an affordable option.

📍 Various Locations

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