Quiet and Relaxing Places You Can Visit in Singapore

Many people experience stress and anxiety every now and then. One of the most common anxiety people have is dental anxiety. This is especially true when they are about to undergo treatments like tooth implant surgery. While the procedure has been proven safe and has a high success rate, many people still feel anxious about getting tooth implants.

Fortunately, there is no shortage of things you can do to help manage your stress and anxiety, especially before a safe procedure like tooth implant surgery. One of the things you can do to calm your nerves down is to visit quiet and relaxing places. If you live in Singapore, below are some of the places you can visit.

Botanical Gardens

Amazingly, this serene inner city retreat is already 162 years old! No wonder it is the most visited garden in the whole world. Regarded as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the botanical garden is home to an exquisite array of tropical flowers and plants. What’s even better? Admission is free!

Inside the world-renowned botanical garden, you will find relaxing and flourishing pathways that lead to lily ponds and leafy arches. You can also see a hybrid collection of over 200 flowers (fun fact: the flowers are named after famous visitors!). So it’s the only place where you can marvel at the beauty of a Jackie Chan or Nelson Mandela orchid!

Gardens by the Bay

Another favorite green space among locals and tourists is Gardens by the Bay. Aside from the Flower Dome, Cloud Forest, and Supertree Grove, Gardens by the Bay has a waterfall that scatters droplets all throughout the tropical plantation. If you are feeling stressed and anxious, this is one place that can definitely help calm your nerves.

Punggol Waterway Park

Punggol Waterway is not only cozy and relaxing, it is also very photogenic. There you can find artsy winding bridges named after sunrises and jewels as well as many other picturesque photo points. If you want to unwind and get Instagram worthy pictures, you can never go wrong with Punggol Waterway Park.

Bukit Timah Nature Reserve

The otherworldly Bukit Timah Nature Reserve sits on top of a hill and offers an extraordinarily diverse view of plants and flowers. What’s even more impressive is that it has more species of tree in just one hectare than the total amount of tree species found in the whole of North America.

Changi Boardwalk

If a lazy stroll is just what you need to relax, visiting the Changi Boardwalk is your best option. This 2km boardwalk situated along the eastern coastline is a chill spot that is perfect for those who want to relax or watch the sunrise or sunset.

Pacific Agro Farm

This relaxation gem is a little patch of farming Eden. You can find there an abundance of herbs like mint, basil, and lemongrass. You can also find tomatoes, chillies, and okras. You can even purchase some of the produce grown in the farm. Bonus tip: they pick cherry tomatoes daily and give them to the visitors so don’t forget to stop by.

St. John’s Island

If you want to view Singapore’s amazing skyline from afar, travel to St. John’s Island. This perfect relaxation getaway allows you to have a picnic on the beach. You can also head over to the National Marine Laboratory and check out the marine life and read about the conservation work they are doing.

Lowercase Cafe

If you are looking for a place where you can relax and socialize, try the Lowercase Cafe. This cafe also supports the community and serves pizza so it’s a win-win. The Lowercase Cafe is also the ideal place to visit if you are feeling anxious and would like to relax.