Singapore is an island city in SouthEast Asia. The country is one of the fastest-growing economies for the past few years. It has evolved into one of the safest and cleanest countries in the world. It is a small country but is packed with great attractions and activities. Here is your four-day itinerary to Singapore — the Lion City.
Morning – Singapore Zoo
First stop in the morning is the Singapore Zoo, popularly known as Mandai Zoo by the locals. It is a sprawling 28 hectares of land that houses 2800 animals or around 315 species of animals. See the animals roaming in an open environment with hidden barriers enclosed in glass casing. The zoo houses a variety of animals, we have only seen in textbooks, from the cotton-top tamarin to Bala shark in the Treetops trail to wolverine in Frozen Tundra.
Noon – River Safari
Visit the River Safari which is a river-themed zoo. Check the freshwater exhibits and end your stay with a riverboat ride. Also, check the giant pandas while you are there.
Night – Night Safari
The night safari is considered the first nocturnal zoo in the world. Home to over 100 species or over 900 nocturnal animals.
Address: 80 Mandai Lake Road, 729826
Website – https://www.wrs.com.sg/en.html
Morning and Noon – Garden By the Bay
Enjoy nature at its best without worrying about the weather. Gardens by the Bay exquisitely recreates nature. It is very accessible as its located in the Central Region of Singapore, just 10-minute walk from Bayfront MRT station. It consists of three areas: Flower Dome, and Cloud Forest and SuperTree Grove. The latter is free for everyone to see the enormous tree-like structures. You have to purchase tickets to enter the two other domes.
Address: Downtown Core, Kallang, Marina East, Marina South, Singapore
Noon – Botanic Gardens
Singapore Botanic Gardens located along the Orchard Road shopping district. Get to enjoy the first and only botanic garden that landed on the UNESCO World Heritage Site. A forest in the city offers a quick getaway from the hustle of city life.
Website – https://www.nparks.gov.sg/SBG
Late Noon – River Walk
The Singapore River Walk is a great way to start your day as you enjoy the different hotels to the Merlion Park to Marina Bay Sands and Gardens by the Bay. A great way to kill time while waiting for Singapore nightlife to unfold. Ride the Singapore Flyer to get a bird’s eye view of Singapore and parts of Malaysia and Indonesia on a clear day. Live like a crazy rich Asian enjoying the view with a sip of cocktail and fine-dining as part of the in-flight package.
Night – Garden By The Bay Light Show
At 7:45 PM every day, watch the 15-minute Gardens By the Bay Light Show. The show features the SuperTree Grove as glistening and glows in the dark while listening to music. Marina Bay Sands Light and Water Show. It is also a free show that usually starts at 8 pm and 9:30 pm every day.
The music changes frequently, but here is a glimpse of the Light Show at the SuperTree Grove –
Morning – Sentosa
Work hard, play hard. Singapore’s playground — Sentosa’s adventure cove waterpark. Swim and snorkel in your best swimsuit. Burn those energies away with a wide array of different activities from Skywalk, luge, iFly and many more.
Website – https://www.sentosa.com.sg/en/
Noon – Quayside, Sentosa
After playing hard, rest and dine at Quayside Isle located inside Sentosa. Young and old alike can get a pick of their favorite restaurant that suits their taste buds.
Night – Universal Studios
Not yet exhausted? Head on to Universal Studios Singapore – Southeast Asia’s first movie theme park located within Resorts World Sentosa. Get those adrenalines pumping as you challenge yourself on the different rides.
Ticket Prices: Adult (Ages 13-59): S$76 Child (Ages 4-12): S$56 Senior (Ages 60+): S$38
To know more about what to do in Sentosa – read our blog on the 1 day iternary for Sentosa.
Morning – Changi Museum
Immerse in Singapore’s history as you walk down Changi Chapel and Museum. a showcase of the Japanese occupation. Another place you can visit is the Kanji War Memorial, the resting place for the heroes who died in World War II.
Noon – Chinatown
Explore the mesmerizing Chinatown. Walk the memory lane of Singapore’s early settlers. Taste the different delicacies like Hainanese Chicken and admire the religious temples like Buddha Tooth Relic Temple.
Night – Little India
A place where time stood still, Little India gives you a colorful vibe different from the rest of the country. The Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple would surely captivate you with its intricate and colorful design. Your visit to this place will not be complete without checking Mustafa center, a 24-hour shopping center. A shopping mecca for those wondering where to buy cheap souvenirs to bring back home.
If it’s the first time you are travelling to Singapore, we have compiled some handy tips for you to keep in mind during your trip – http://travel-wish.com/tips-for-your-first-trip-to-singapore/