What can we do in 3 Days at Singapore?

If you really want to find the place for relaxing and spending your money, Singapore is the best choice for you. So if you really to explore Singapore under tourist eyes, I can suggest you a plan to make perfect three day layover.

FIRST DAY IN SINGAPORE:

Morning:

The easy way to take a Hop-On, Hop-Off Tour, With more than 40 stops covering all of Singapore’s main attractions such as Mustafa Centre, Singapore Flyer, Chinatown, and Clarke Quay, providing a full picture to you about Singapore. Your hop-on, hop-off ticket comes with a validity of either 24 hours or 48 hours. There are 4 routes on this Hop-On Hop-Off tour of Singapore :

  1. City Route
  2. Original Route
  3. Heritage Route
  4. Garden/Sentosa Feeder Route

Your ticket allows you using many times until you like at any of the designated stops

EVENING:

Night safari is the next place to visit by using  three walking trails on foot, the Fishing Cat Trail, the Leopard Trail or the Forest Giants Trail. Or take a 45 minute tram ride covering 3.2km to catch endearing antics of rhinos, elephants, giraffes, tapirs, tigers and lions, along with a variety of birds.  The Safari offers a good variety of animals that appear to be well-treated.

SECOND DAY IN SINGAPORE:

MORNING:

The Jurong Bird Park will be next stop to visit, it is the largest bird part with 7000 birds and more than 600 species based on 20 ha. You can get a ticket for 25 minutes Bird Show and Birds of Prey Show. By using MRT you can find it easily base on the help of a map.

AFTERNOON:

After a lunch, you can  ride up to the skies on the Singapore Flyer, the world’s largest observation wheel for breath-taking panoramic views of the city.

EVENING:

 

Enjoy the Garden by the Bay. The amazing trees which i have met it before. Don’t skip it because you think you don’t want to look at plants and flowers. When they look this awesome, Of course it features a plethora of trees and flowers however you absolutely should to see it.

MARINA BAY:

Luxury and difference by using the ships over head of three buidings. it’s called is  Marina Bay Sands  which has been a real focal point of Singapore. Not only does it look the part, but this massive complex is also a great place to hit after dark and for so many reasons. I honestly like the infinity pool to be the best, It is a photography paradise.

THIRD DAY IN SINGAPORE:

Bring your family on an adventure at Sentosa Island Universal Studio, they will never forget at the very first Universal Studios in Asia, as you enter a thrilling world of movie magic. There are attractions for families, thrill-seekers and of course, movie junkies. Step into S.E.A. Aquarium and immerse yourself in a magical marine world seen through our planet’s largest window to the ocean. With more than 800 species of marine animals, it will amazing palace to visit.

EVENING:

Quite touristy but trust me this is one place to be. Any discussion about where to go for evening drinks in Singapore usually starts here. It is safe, and you don’t HAVE to buy anything, can just go people watch. Especially the Bungee ride! Ample bars, clubs and restaurants to choose from. Clarke Quay is gifted with one of the best locations in the city, set around a picturesque body of water in the shadow of the towered CBD skyline in the background. Row upon row of swanky bars and restaurants line the colourful boulevards offering great alfresco dining, whilst clubs like Attica and Zirca appease the more bass-music inclined. Oh, and there’s a Hooters!!

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