Singapore is a wonderful destination with many exciting things to see. Many tourists make a stop here on their way to East Asia as it’s also a famous transit point. Although Singapore is not the cheapest destination, the mesmerising things here are worth adding to your travel bucket list. You can easily cover the city in three days and the below points will surely help you see the country and not break the bank.
The best way to explore this city is on foot. Leave your hotels and Singapore serviced suites and step out into the city. The great thing is that you can see so many things here on foot as the city is well planned, clean, safe and concise. You can start walking from any point and discover so many new things on your way. Some of the highlights are Chinatown, Little India, Fort Canning Park and Clarke Quay. Next, you can head to a hawker centre and have a delicious meal. At night make sure you catch the light show at the Gardens by the Bay, located 5 mins away from Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Beach Road, Singapore.
On the second day of your trip, be prepared to splurge a bit because these few places will surely be memories you’ll treasure for a lifetime. Sentosa Island may seem like a fun place to visit with your kids, but it’s a great place for fun-loving adults as well. Universal Studios are for everyone with something epic to do for all ages. You can either take a guided tour or simply grab a map and follow it to all your favourite attractions.
You can end your trip on a more relaxed and unique note; visit the Singapore National Museum. It’s completely free and has so much interesting information and the valuable history of this beautiful country. The museum has various exhibitions and photo stories that depict the story of the nation. After the tour, you can head down to the nearest hawker centre and try another memorable and unique Singaporean meal and refresh yourself. Because next is what could be the highlight of your trip, The Singapore Flyer. This massive Ferris wheel takes you 165m up in the air and gives you a 360-degree view of the magical lights of the city after dark.