Guide For A Perfect Day In Singapore – The Complete One Day Itinerary

Singapore is full of punching factors when it comes to entertainment, shopping, exploring various restaurants and cute cafes and visiting various top attractions that define Singapore. If you are planning to take a Singapore tour package it might look like a task to cover all the places and make the most out of your trip, if this concerns you we have got you sorted. You will be delighted to know that it is possible to visit most of the top sights in a single day if you opt for the proper transport system. Here is a brief guide on how you can spend a day at Singapore and make the most out of your Singapore tour package from Mumbai. So get ready and grab your essentials for a perfect day in the Lion city.


Get up early and grab a seat at the Tiong Bahrun food centre and start your day by ordering a typical breakfast set for the taste of typical traditional Singaporean breakfast. If a western breakfast suits you more then visit the ‘forty hands’ to get yourself filled up with its legendary coffee and big boy breakfast pack. Later, you can also explore the wet market nearby which has an eye-popping array of tropical fruits, meats and famous Singapore orchids. Before you jump on the metros to leave for the Gardens by the bay, don’t forget to try the fresh croissants.  Arrive early to avoid the crowd and experience the heights of the OCBC Skyway and the Cooled Conservatories – both open at 9am. Get to know the history and culture of Singapore by visiting the heritage garden which enlightens you about the three main ethnic groups of Singapore and a range of their interactive habits.


For a quick glimpse of Singapore’s history stop by the National museum Visit the mint toy museum which is a place packed with vintage toys from over 30 countries. In case you’re feeling peckish you can enjoy an Indian meal at one of the colorful shop houses that adorn the streets of Little India. Enjoy sipping fresh coconut water with the famous curry sauce and freshly made flatbread. Fingers licked? Now you can head to the laneways which are brimming with spices, fabrics, oils, medicines and the intriguing fortune teller. Visit the Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple which will give you a glimpse of Hindu rituals. Visit the orchard road to let your inner shopaholic out where you will find the place stocked with Singaporean designers and artists. In case you wish to buy a souvenir this is the perfect place to buy something that screams Singapore.


As the sun goes down and the temperature drops, head to any rooftop bar to watch the Singapore skyline light up. Perch to the famous Ku De ta which is housed on top of the Marina bay sands Hotel for a bird’s- eye- view of the surreal scene. You can also head to the Lantern at the Fullerton Bay hotel and grab a front row seat to wonder full which is Southeast Asia’s largest light and water show which starts at 8pm and 9.30pm daily; 11pm Fri and Sat. City worker’s lunch spot in the lunch time- La uPa Sat, is a completely different story during the night time as it turns into a barbeque party every night 7pm onwards. Each stall offers its own flavors and variety. In case you still have some energy left, then head to the Chinatown nightlife hub of Club Street, where you will find many people enjoying to their fullest while sipping cocktails. To experience the actual night life make sure you head out on Fridays and Saturdays.


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