A fly me to you or fly me with you to Singapore.
Singapore is a city, a country, and an island nation, all wrapped up into one neat little package.
Considering its rather small size, there is so much to see and do!
We could spend at least four days in Singapore to hit all of the highlights.
Showcasing a spectacular skyline, a dramatic evening sound and light shows, perfectly manicured gardens, delectable dining options,
theme parks, and countless shops, visitors of all ages will find plenty to do in Singapore.
Plus it is super clean, well organized, and easy to navigate, what’s not to love?
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The Marina Bay Sands is one of the most iconic and recognizable buildings in Singapore.
Three enormous towers are connected at the top by what appears to be a massive surfboard.
It was the filming location for the final scene of Crazy Rich Asians so if you’ve seen the movie, you’ll recognize it.
Guests of the Marina Bay Sands Hotel have unlimited access to the infinity pool, the observation deck, and the bar at the top for free. But even if we aren’t staying there, we can pay a fee to check out the spectacular 360˚ views of the city below. We can visit the observation deck or have an overpriced Singapore Sling at the rooftop bar.
The Spectra Light and Water Show take place right on the bay in front of the Marina Bay Sands on the Bay. It’s a spectacular show and most certainly shouldn’t be missed. Show times are Sunday through Thursday at 8 and 9 pm, and on Friday and Saturday at 8, 9, and 10 pm.
Gardens by the Bay have been made famous by the massive man-made Supertree structures that are covered in greenery.
This 101-hectare garden contains three distinct waterfront gardens – Bay South, Bay East, and Bay Central.
The Supertrees and the two popular conservatories are in Bay South. Entrance to the Gardens by the Bay is free of charge but you’ll need to pay to enter the conservatories or to walk along the OCBC Skyway.
The most popular time to visit the Gardens by the Bay is in the evenings when the Supertrees are lit up against the backdrop of the impressive skyline. There are two light and sound ‘Garden Rhapsody’ shows every night at 7:45 pm and 8:45 pm. It is incredible to see the vibrantly colored lights that flow perfectly with the classic instrumental tunes. It’s a busy time in the Supertree Grove as this is one of the top things to do in Singapore, but there’s plenty of room for everyone to enjoy the show.
Another impressive structure that you’ll see from your walk around the bay is the massive Ferris wheel called the Singapore Flyer.
Technically it’s called an “observation wheel” and it’s Asia’s largest. But unlike a normal Ferris wheel, you’ll be treated to your 360˚ views while sitting safely inside an enclosed capsule. And unlike the similarly shaped ride, the Observation Wheel moves very slowly, allowing us to take in all the sights.
Our flight will be one full rotation and will take 30 minutes. At the top of the ride, we’ll be 540 feet off the ground so those with a fear of heights should skip this one. If we really feel like indulging, consider upgrading to a champagne or meal flight!
The Singapore Botanic Gardens is the perfect place for a peaceful afternoon stroll. It’s a massive, beautifully maintained park with different exhibits that are fun for us to see. The highlight of the entire park is the National Orchid Garden near the center of the park. There are some of the most beautiful orchids here, as well as several fountains and other picturesque flora creations that we won’t want to miss.
Singapore Zoo is home to more than 300 species.
Want an “animal experience” that you’ll never forget? Pay a bit extra for the Jungle Breakfast with Wildlife so we can enjoy a buffet breakfast with a family of orangutans!
Although Singapore Zoo is a fun way to spend an afternoon, but if you’re looking for a real adventure, we can go on a night safari! This 40-minute tram ride will take us through six geographically-themed regions where we can see the nocturnal animals out and about.
There are around 900 animals in this 86-acre park, most of which we won’t get to see in a regular zoo because they sleep during the day.
The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple is a beautiful temple, both inside and out.
It was built in 2007 and contains what is believed to be the left canine tooth of Buddha, recovered from his funeral pyre.
The inside of the temple is just as impressive as the outside, with a large statue in the center and hundreds of smaller statues lining the walls.
There are sarongs and scarves that you can borrow if you are wearing shorts and/or a tank top.
I could write endlessly about other cool things to do in Singapore like river safari's, Chinatown, Future World, library orchard and Universal Studios but I guess it's time to get to the food part.
The Singapore Sling is considered the unofficial drink of Singapore and it was supposedly invented in 1915 by a bartender at the Raffles Hotel. Let's make sure we can stop by the Long Bar in the Raffles Hotel to sample the famous cocktail where it was first poured before we head to dinner. My dinner recommendations are Odette***, Les Amis***, Cloudstreet**, Shoukouwa**, Braci*, Willow* and Nouri*.
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