Singapore is a must-visit holiday destination. It is a hub for luxurious shopping, art, affordable delicious cuisines, temples, and wildlife. The Singapore airport known as Changi Airport is the world’s best airport. Singapore is also known for its beautiful gardens and parks. The weather in Singapore is consistently humid throughout the year. The months of November to January, June, and July are peak seasons in Singapore due to the Chinese New Year and the Shopping Festivals. We have curated an awesome 3-day itinerary for you so that you can get the maximum out of your trip.
Day 1 is about exploring the iconic spots within the heart of the city.
Singapore Zoo (8:30 AM – 6 PM)
Start your day early and reach the Singapore Zoo no later than 9 AM. Singapore has the most impressive zoo in the world. This facility is massive with over 2800 animals, including 300 wildlife species of mammals, birds, and reptiles. It’s clean and maintained with lush green vegetation which is an exact replica of the forest and hence, the world’s best rainforest zoo.
Marina Bay Sands SkyPark (9:30 AM – 10 PM)
After a fun-filled morning at the zoo, enjoy your afternoon at the top tourist attraction in Singapore, the Marina Bay Sands. It is a high-end luxury hotel, with a mall, an ArtScience Museum, and the Marina Bay Sands Skypark. The Skypark observation deck lies 57 feet above the city and offers an amazing view. You can witness the double helix bridge, gardens by the bay, the skyline, and the world’s largest infinity pool from the observation deck. While there, get a fellow tourist to click a picture of you with the amazing view. Also, have your lunch here and purchase some exclusive souvenirs for your loved ones.
Gardens by the Bay(Timings: 5 AM – 2 AM)
The evening of your first day in Singapore needs a visit to the Gardens by the Bay. Spread over 101 acres, this is an awe-inspiring and futuristic park that will leave you amazed. Walk through this garden and enjoy the vibrant plants, disconnecting yourself from the outside bustle. Flower Dome is one of the major attractions in this garden. It has the largest glass-greenhouse in the world. We recommend you to stay at the Gardens by the Bay through sunset. After a magical time at the Gardens head to your Hotel.
Day 2 is all about eating and shopping.
Eat Up the Foodie Culture
Start your day by exploring the Chinatown markets. Click some pictures and explore the Buddha’s Tooth Relic Temple. Wander around and if you are hungry, then have your lunch at Chinatown’s Maxwell Hawker Centre. Try some delicious traditional dishes like the prawn mee, chili crab and laksa. The Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice stand in the food court is a must-try.
The Bugis Street Market
After a sumptuous meal, head towards the Bugis Street Market. This was once the red-light district area but now it’s famous for its cheap and affordable shops. This is a bargainer’s paradise. You can shop souvenirs, home decor items, jewelry, t-shirts, knick-knacks, shoes, and other fashion items.
Singapore Flyer (8:30 AM – 10:30 PM)
After shopping your heart out, it is time to relax with an evening ride over the Singapore Flyer. This is a gigantic structure that stands at 165 meters, making it the second tallest observatory wheel in the world. This ferry provides a fascinating view of Marina Bay, some Indonesian islands, and a glimpse of Malaysia. The ferry ride lasts for thirty minutes.
Day 3 is about adventure and getting that adrenaline rush.
In the morning, visit Sentosa Island, a beach destination in Singapore. You can spend time in Siloso Beach, play some volleyball, go kayaking, or do skimboarding. The main attraction of Sentosa Island is the Merlion which is a mythical creature of a fish body and head of a lion. Walkthrough the underwater world aquarium, dive with the sharks and swim with the dolphins.
The Tanjong Beach in Sentosa is a favorite among the backpackers. If you a group of friends, then carry your beach essentials on car roof racks and enjoy the peace and tranquility of this beach.
Universal Studios Singapore (10 AM – 7 PM)
After having fun with the aquatic life, visit the Universal Studios, located in the Resorts World, Sentosa. This park offers 28 thrilling rides based on movie themes like Transformers, Shrek, and Madagascar. Enjoy the Hollywood walk of fame, the New York City skylines, a mock-up of a subway entrance, themed dining options, live shows, and shopping throughout the day and night. Keep your camera ready throughout. You never know when you spot a celebrity.
Singapore is a breathtaking beauty with so much to witness and indulge in. It’s a perfect blend of technology and tradition. While planning your trip to Singapore, plan your budget also as Singapore is a little expensive than the rest of South-east Asia. The above-mentioned tourist attractions are just a few of them. Eating out at hawker stalls can add taste to your palate and save you a few bucks. Go to shopping places that are bargain-friendly. Have a safe trip.