What to do in Singapore in one day

09:00 – The South Beach Hotel

09:30 – Orchad Road

10:30 – Tiong Bahru Bakery

11:00 – ChinaTown

12:30 – Ding Dong Restaurant

14:00 – Buddha Tooth Temple and Museum

16:00 – Mei Heong Yuen Dessert

17:00 – Singapore Flyer

18:30 – Gardens by the Bay

19:30 – Pollen Restaurant

21:00 – Enjoy Singapore’s Night Safari on Mandai Lake Road

22:30 – Drink cocktails at BAR Stories

23:59 – Zouk Club

 

We mapped out your day trip in Singapore

Each highlight of your day trip is numbered, simply follow the guide

What you should absolutely know about Singapore

City highlights, food & drinks, expressions, weather, how to get there and how to get around

Singapore, an island off the coast of Malaysia, has a wonderful tropical climate and bustling multicultural population. The city is often hailed as a global financial center. Remarkably, this city has a great balance of green space and parks along with the towering skyscrapers. During your Singapore day trips, stroll around Chinatown and gaze at the Buddha’s Tooth Relic Temple or walk around Little India, lurking about the colorful market stalls lined with souvenirs, fabrics, and fresh local food. Singapore is home to many monuments and peaks, delicious food, and vibrant nightlife. Come and see all of what Singapore has to offer – you won’t leave disappointed!

Go on an adventurous night safari or experience animals in the day time at the Singapore Zoo. Admire the Jurong Bird Park, Gardens by the Bay, or Singapore Botanic Gardens. Lurk around the Marina Bay and its beautiful waterfront – and shop at the promenade nearby

Singapore is a foodie’s dream. Chicken rice, often hailed as Singapore’s national dish, can be found everywhere from market stalls to restaurants. Tasty chili crab and wontons with rice are also popular dishes. For a sweet tooth, indulge in their local carrot cake

Most citizens speak English in Singapore, and they have their own slang too. “Confirm” is slang for “Definitely”. If someone says to you “The ball was in my court, but I didn’t catch it”, do not worry, they simply mean “It was explained to me, but I didn’t understand it”

From June to September, the winds are very strong, but the rain subsides. Heavy morning showers and cool ocean breezes are prevalent in October and November. December to March bring very heavy rain and violent winds. March to May has reduced humidity and light showers

The distance from the Singapore Airport and the city center is around 15 miles. Taking a taxi is the most reliable way to travel and costs around $30 Singapore dollars. You may also take the MRT subway for around $2 or catch the number 36 bus

Singapore has a wonderful MRT (mass rapid transit) subway system that can get you all around the city. It is the quickest and most comfortable way to travel. One way tickets cost anywhere from $1.40 to $2.50

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