14 Best Places to visit in Singapore- Download Itinerary

5 days itinerary to a yet another exiting destination, covering Singapore city. Download itinerary in PDF in the end for your reference.

Helix Bridge

Day 1 sightseeing

  1. Merlion Park

Spot the big gigantic half-lion and half-fish. The nation’s symbol of Singapore is 8.6 meters high. Spend 30 Mins.

Walk 10 mins

2. Marina Bay Sands

Emerging from Singapore skyline is a man-made creation, comprising three towers standing apart and join together at the top with a wide floor makes this building unique. Explore The Shoppes mall and Observatory Deck and climb 56th floor. Spend 2 hours

Walk 7 minutes

3. Gardens By The Bay

Located just minutes away from Marina Bay Sands is the futuristic expanse of greenery with great surreal landscaping. It is evident that one cannot go without visiting Gardens by the Bay. Enjoy surreal landscaping of the Gardens. Spend time exploring, OCBC Sky Walk and Cloud Forest and watch light show in the evening. Spend 2 Hours and 35 Mins

Walk 24 minutes

4. Lau Pa Sat Festival Pavilion

Singapore’s historic market is good for both shopping and have some incredible food. Visit in the evening for better experience. Perfect place to end the day. Spend 1 hour and 30 minutes

Avg time 30 mins approx

Go Back to hotel

Use MRT lines or Taxis. However, MRT is recommended for a budget traveler.

Day 2 sightseeing

5. Universal Studios

There are amusement parks rides, and show based on blockbuster movies, meet you favorite characters like Shrek. visit Ancient Egypt, Transformers, Madagascar and much more. Spend 4-5 hours it depends on the day you are visiting. On weekdays, there is less rush as compared to weekends.

Monorail to Sentosa 10 mins

6. Sentosa Resort World

Explore more activities S.E.A Aquarium, Adventure Cover Park, The Trick Eye Museum and Sky Luge. Spend 5-6 Hours depending on your interest.

Avg time 30 mins approx

Go back to hotel

Use MRT lines or Taxis. However, MRT is recommended for a budget traveler.

Day 3 sightseeing

7. Bugis Street

For all the budget shopping Bugis Street cannot go without mention.  So you can find tops, bottoms, dresses, office wear, menswear, swimwear, sportswear, bags, shoes, watches, wallets, lingerie and accessories. Bugis market has also moved to Bugis Junction near by. Spend 2-3 Hours

MRT 15 mins

8. Sim Lim Square

For the best electronics shopping in Singapore head over to Sim Lim Square. One of the oldest and among the most prominent places in Singapore. Spend 1 Hours depending upon your shopping time.

MRT 15 mins

9. China Town

Explore the best of the Chinese market, Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, Chinese Buddhist Temple which holds a sacred tooth of Buddha, Sri Mariamman Temple. Spend 1 hour and 30 minutes.

MRT 10 mins

10. Orchard Road

One attraction you simply cannot afford to miss and considered as the most sophisticated shopping place in Singapore.

MRT 15 mins

11. CHIJMES

Pronounced as Chimes is a Chinese complex of historical buildings. Dine and enjoy happy hours surrounded by Gothic Style buildings in the evening. Spend- 1-2 Hours

Walk 20 mins

12. Clarke Quay

Yet another exiting place to explore for shopping and dining. Restaurants and nightclubs are usually packed-up. Enjoy scenic views of the river, cruise from Clark Quay using water-taxis.

MRT Avg 30 mins

Go back to hotel

Use MRT lines or Taxis. However, MRT is recommended for a budget traveler.

Day 4 Sightseeing

  1. Botanical Gardens Singapore

    Wonderful place to explore in Singapore. Botanical Gardens has Rain Forest, Evolution Garden, Ginger Garden, and Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden. Spend 2 Hours
109 min by transit

14. Singapore Zoo

Singapore Zoo is the best Zoo in Asia and won Trip Advisor’s Traveler Choice award. Nearly 2800 animals live in the zoo. Spend 3 hours

Day 5

Trip ends. Head back to the Airport.

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