Singapore is a vacation destination of extraordinary proportions. Therefore, you’d want to experience all that is possible in the One Day Singapore City Tours. Singapore is the perfect holiday place, as you can take leisurely vacations, or short action-packed holidays. From family friendly spots to honeymoon destinations in Singapore, you will find it all here. And if you are looking to make the most in a short time, you’ve arrived at the right page. Here’s how you can have an eventful day in Singapore and catch the best attractions.
Most holiday packages arrange for a delicious breakfast in the hotel you are staying in, but if this is not the case, try some kaya toast, soft boiled eggs and coffee. This Singapore’s most famous breakfast. But if you want something more substantial, you can try the street hawkers. Here, you will sample some of the best food in Singapore. The street food here, especially the breakfast items, are quite famous. They are an amalgamation of many cultures and hence, it is something you must try. If you are being served breakfast at the hotel, you can head out early to explore Singapore’s attractions.
Garden by the Bay
Gardens by the Bay open at 5:00 am, and closes late at around 2:00 am. So, you can head here early in the morning, and enjoy this massive 250 acre attraction, virtually crowd free. Divided into Bay East Garden, Bay South Garden, and Bay Central Garden, Gardens by the Bay are home to amazing plant life, flowers, landscaped gardens, fountains, and man-made wonders. The Bay Central Garden connects the other 2 garden areas. It is a waterfront promenade. The Bay East Garden has many parks, and gardens shaped like tropical leaves. The Bay South Garden has conservatories, the Flower Dome, Cloud Forest, and the Supertree Grove. Some of these might be closed early in the morning, but there is still a lot to enjoy here. This attraction will be the highlight of your Singapore holidays.
Possibly the most popular attraction in Singapore sightseeing, the Singapore Flyer is an experience you cannot afford to miss. It is giant ferris wheel that takes you to a height of 541 feet (165 metres), and lavishes the most amazing views of Singapore on you. Tickets are hard to come by so, make sure you have booked yours well in advance. You will stunning views of the Marina Sands Bay and other towering skyscrapers. You can also catch a glimpse of Malaysia. In the flyer, you will be seated in one of the air conditioned cabins. They are made of glass, so, you get a panoramic view. This whole ride will be over in just an hour, so, you can move one quick to your next adventure.
Learn about the extensive history of Singapore in one go at the National Museum. This is a great place to spend you afternoon enriching your knowledge about this great country. It is the oldest museum in the country, and had started off as library. Today, it is one of the most prestigious buildings in Singapore. The museum is full of galleries and artifacts that will have you fascinated. You will not know how the time has flown by. This is not all. Nearby is a museum packed with old and new toys from over 40 countries. It is the Mint Toy Museum, and guarantees that it will bring out the child in you. For lunch, you can head to Little India.
Part of all Singapore Day Tours, Little India is the most colourful district in the country. It is home to the migrant Indian population. Little India is famous its authentic India food. There are many small food joints all around the area, with each one being better than the next. Roti Canai is the most popular dish here. You can have it with a veg or non-veg curry. Also, authentic filter coffee from South India is also highly recommended. After the hearty meal, you head out for some bargain shopping on to Orchard Road, which is just a couple of kilometres away. Clothes, fruits, flowers, spices, artifacts, kitsch items, souvenirs, electronics, and so much more can be found here. Your whole afternoon will vanish while you shop here.
Marina Sands Bay
Before the sun is completely down, head to the Marina Sands Bay. This iconic resort is one of the popular honeymoon destinations in Singapore. Couples love staying here, but it is a beloved place for others as well, especially the Ku De Ta restaurant. This is place where you have to be during sunset. The restaurant has a stunning balcony that will give you the perfect view of Singapore’s skyline. As the sun sets, and the nearby skyscrapers start light up, you will get a view you will never forget. Plus, it also helps that Ku De Ta serves some delicious food and drinks, so, if you have either of that in your hand, the view is going to be memorable. After that, head down to Marina Bay. This area has some of the finest attractions. You can shop, gamble, dine, and party in the area. There’s everything here. There’s also a waterfront multimedia light, music and fountain show. It is 13 minutes long but highly entertaining.
Yes, there are many famous restaurants in the Singapore that serve great authentic food from around the world, but the streets is where the best food is. As mentioned before, the street food is the absolute best here, and many Singapore Day Tours and Night Tours actually allot special time for street food tasting. From mouth-watering satays, to heart-warming desserts, you can taste it all. Instead of filling up yourself at just one hawker stall, roam and around and try a bit of everything. Laksa, Fish Curry Head, Dim Sum, Fried Carrot Cake, Pepper Crab, Oyster Omelettes, etc. the list of food you can try is endless. It’s a great way to end the night.
There are many other ways as well to complete the Singapore City Tours. You can end your night with the Night Safari, visit the Jurong Bird Park in the day, spend your whole evening at Sentosa Island, or just spend the whole day doing Singapore sightseeing. In fact, there are many honeymoon destinations in Singapore, so, the country is known for romantic escapes as well. There’s a lot of fun, action, and adventure that you can pack in one day, and experience the finest offerings of this great nation. See you there!