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Uniquely Singapore – a Three-day Exploration of the Garden City

Less than a week is all you need to roam around a city as small as Singapore. In fact, according to our website, three days is enough to experience what is uniquely Singapore. In a nutshell,’s Singapore itinerary highlights the city’s best attractions such as Sentosa, Chinatown, Little India and more. For travelers on the lookout for a headache-free itinerary in Singapore, this one’s for you.

Day 1Sightseeing

Acquaint yourself with Singapore’s colonial past by visiting the Parliament, the Supreme Court, and City Hall. Make several stops at old Buddhist-Taoist temples before sampling great dishes at Chinatown and Little India. Commune with Mother Nature at the Singapore Botanic Gardens and go shop-crazy at Orchard Road. When night falls, drop by the Raffles Hotel for a taste of the famous Singapore Sling.

Singapore by Night

Singapore by Night

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Day 2Safari

Spend the day visiting one of the world’s most beautiful zoos. A haven to over 3,600 mammals, birds and reptiles including some rare and endangered species, the Singapore Zoo makes use of natural barriers such as streams, rock walls and vegetation to separate the animals from visitors. Adjacent to the Singapore Zoo is the famous Night Safari, which is the world’s first nocturnal zoo. As one of the most popular tourist attractions in Singapore, the Night Safari is managed by Wildlife Reserves Singapore. As such, the zoo currently houses over 100 species of animals, of which a considerable percentage are classified as threatened species.

Day 3Sentosa Island

Away from the hustle and bustle of the city life, Sentosa is a favorite weekend getaway for Singaporeans. From themed attractions to golf courses to great beaches and five-star hotels, Sentosa makes for an ideal lifestyle resort destination. On the agenda are: a short scenic cable car ride from Mount Faber, a visit to the Dolphin Lagoon, a voyage to the bottom of the sea (Underwater World), and a trip to the Musical Fountain. Private chartered transportation, as well as pick-up and drop-off from major hotels in the city area are included in this activity.

Strictly Singapore in Three Days

Singapore is a tourist’s paradise, packing many top attractions that can satisfy even the most discriminating of travelers. The addition of the Singapore Flyer, the tallest observation wheel in the world, is just another compelling reason to visit Lion City. In 2007 alone, the city received 10.2 million visitors.Some of Singapore’s best spots include the Sentosa, Singapore Flyer, the Merlion, the Marina, Universal Studios and the Jurong Bird Park. Here is a suggested three-day schedule in Singapore.

Day 1View Singapore From the Ground and From the Top

The combination city tour and Singapore Flyer package takes visitors around the  Civic District, passing by Padang, the Parliament House, the Supreme Court and the City Hall. Visitors can take their photos with the Merlion, and enjoy the great views of Marina Bay. The tour brings participants to the Thian Hock Keng Temple, one of Singapore’s oldest Buddhist-Taoist temples, before driving past Chinatown. Tourists will also visit the National Orchid Garden and Little India. For the second part of the tour, visitors can get a panoramic view of the the entire metropolis from the top of the 165-meter Singapore Flyer. See the impressive skyline of Singapore, including the city’s landmarks like Collyer Quay, Raffles Place, The Fullerton Singapore, Esplanade, Merlion Park, Empress Place, Singapore River, Padang, Fort Canning Park and Floating Stadium. Cap the night with a stroll along the central business district via Benjamin Sheares Bridge to see the world’s largest fountain at Suntec City.

Singapore by Night

Singapore by Night

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Day 2Morning at the Bird Park, Afternoon at Sentosa and Night at Chinatown

Take a break from the hustle and bustle with a trip to Jurong Bird Park, a 20-hectare sanctuary right in the heart of the city. The park is home to more than 8,000 birds of about 600 species. Get a panoramic view of the park by riding the Panorail and enjoy the Penguin Exhibit and the All-Star Bird Show.Head to the island of Sentosa in the afternoon via a cable car from Mount Faber. Watch the adorable pink dolphins perform amazing tricks and visit the Underwater World, an 80-meter transparent acrylic tunnel which gives an opportunity to view over 2,500 sea creatures in close proximity. Witness the laser displays at musical fountain before you head back to the mainland. Explore Singapore’s version of Chinatown and test your bargaining skills against vendors selling souvenir items. The tour includes a ride on a trishaw that takes visitors to the alleyways of Chinatown down to Clarke Quay. Visitors can take the option to cruise Singapore River on a bumboat to get a different view of Singapore’s landmarks all illuminated at night.Alternatively, a whole day of animal fun can be had with a visit to Singapore Zoo, River Safari and the Night Safari.

Day 3Fun at Universal Studios

Don’t leave Singapore without visiting the Universal Studios on Day Three of your itinerary. Enjoy the rides and attractions of this movie-inspired theme park. Feel the thrill while riding BattleStar Galactica, which is the world’s tallest pair of dueling roller coasters. Have fun at Jurassic Park Rapids Adventure, Madagascar: A Crate Adventure and Revenge of the Mummy. Watch death-defying stunts, explosions and thrilling actions at Waterworld and other attractions.If you've got an extra day to spare, LEGOLAND Malaysia is just a bus away.

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