Top 10 ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Movie Locations to Visit in Singapore

Published on August 25, 2018 by

A travel guide to visit the 10 best ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ filming locations in Singapore. Crazy Rich Asians is a love letter to the food, culture and beauty of Singapore and in this video I’ll take you through the top attractions in Singapore that you saw in the movie. We’ll start with Changi Airport, one of the world’s best airports. When they land, Rachel comments that it “looks like an upscale tropical resort.” Changi Airport has a butterfly garden, koi fish ponds, and even a three story slide that you can ride!

2 – Newton Food Centre

Their first stop in Singapore. Nick Says: Each of these hawker stalls sells just one dish, and they have been perfecting it for generations. One of the only places in the world where street vendors win Michelen Stars.

3 – Marina Bay Sands
Probably the most famous location in the movie. One of the final scenes in the movie is shot on top of the 57th floor bar with the amazing infinity pool in the background.
4- Merlion
The Merlion is a mythical creature with a lion’s head and the body of a fish that is widely used as a mascot and national personification of Singapore. 1 million people per year visit the merlion.
5 – Singapore Flyer
Singapore’s tallest Ferris Wheel, and the 2nd biggest in the world.

6 – Raffles Hotel
Where they stayed, which opened in 1887. — you too can stay here if you have 10,000 SGD per night for a suite. Under renovation until 2019. Sip a Singapore Sling in the bar where the gin-based cocktail. You can tell that Singapore is a foodie country that with 10 food and beverage spaces that represent more than 1,100 seats for just 115 suites, it can claim far more tables than beds

7 – Chinatown Bukit Pasoh Road
This picturesque street is lined with preserved Peranakan shophouses.

Across the road from Raffles, it’s a 19th-century gothic chapel turned into a function space is the location for the grand wedding.

9 – Sentosa Island
This small island is home to beaches, hotels, spas, and in “Crazy Rich Asians,” Nick retreated to his friend Collin’s house on Sentosa, and Rachel’s friend Peik Lin invited her to a spa on Sentosa.
10 – Gardens by the Bay

Probably my favorite attraction in Singapore — the Gardens by the Bay is where the wedding reception was held, in front of the Supertree Grove. Come at 7:45 or 8:45pm for the music and light show on the Supertrees.

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