Do not leave Singapore without hopping on to one of these famous river cruises, especially the ones operating at night. This will give you a wonderful view of the city’s famous landmarks like the famous 'Merlion', especially when they are so wonderfully lit up at night. It is a nice romantic option that will leave you wanting to stay longer.
Exploring Singapore’s famous Botanic Gardens will be a treat to your eyes, especially if you are a first-time traveler. Be sure to witness incomparable beauty and fragrances, especially at the National Orchid Garden, that you will be glad that this UNESCO World Heritage recognized site is your first destination in Singapore.
Your trip to Singapore is not complete without a night out at any one of the 3 most popular Quays. For some exotic food and dining, we suggest Boat Quay which offers an amazing dining experience along with a good selection of pubs as well. Clarke Quay, which is the most popular nightlife destination in Singapore has so much to offer to you first-time travelers, especially if you are looking for a fun night of clubbing or bar hopping with friends or to meet someone new.
Singapore has known for its street ‘hawkers’ serving local and international cuisines, especially at the Telok Ayer Market. Not only does this market transport us back to the 1800s with its historic charm, but we also assure you that you will not leave hungry.
Singapore Zoo is well known for its sustainability and conservation efforts, while also keeping its animals free and happy by providing them open spaces. It is a great experience to see so many exotic creatures so close to you, you could almost make friends with them.
Cable Car down to this beautiful island which has a variety of things for you to do. Spend an entire day at the Universal Studios, feeling your adrenaline rush on their adventurous rides, or watch Shrek’s donkey interact with you through one of their many shows, or meet your favorite characters’ such as the Minions or stroll down the famous Hollywood Walk of Fame. Universal Studios is so much fun, your pictures will surely make everyone envious. Sentosa Island is also home to the Adventure Cove water park where you can satisfy your inner child by going on one of the many waterslides and pools. The renowned S.E.A. Aquarium and the Sentosa Musical Fountain show are also something' you should not miss. You can rent a bicycle or also travel in one of their funky shuttle busses.
If you are interested in the shopping world-famous brands including high luxury brands Orchard Road is the place to be. It boasts itself to be a retail haven, especially for all its international tourists. Also, like many other places in Singapore, this area has a long historical background. For those of you not interested in waiting while others shop, go ahead and explore the Orchard Heritage Trail which has a number of lesser-known historical sites.
Missing a bit of home, some ‘chai’ and ‘Prata’ will cure that homesickness right away. Bustling streets, jewelry shops and the world-famous Mustafa shopping center which is open 24 hours a day are some of the fascinating places in this area.
Another well-known landmark, its Flower Dome seems like something out of a dream. This charming garden holds the world record for the largest glass greenhouse and has floral displays that will blow your mind. If kids are too young to enjoy the gardens, this location provides a special children’s garden area equipped with a water park and a toddler zone. Be sure to visit the Cloud Forest to understand more about rare and exotic flora and the importance of sustainability.
For the foodie that lives in you, Singapore is one of the rare destinations that have a few street food stalls that can proudly brag a ‘Michelin Star’ at prices so cheap. Be sure to try Liao Fan Hong Kong, for their famous chicken and rice.