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How to explore Singapore in 15 days

I have a 15 days vacation in Singapore. What should I see/eat/do?

9 Answers

answered by
Leong from Johor Bahru

Visit Gardens by the Bay if you're fascinated with green buildings. It is one Singapore's latest attraction which combines green design with cutting edge civil engineering. 

Have a trip to Sentosa Island or Universal Studios Singapore (USS)! Sentosa is full of activities, although not as attractive and scenic as typical tropical beaches, but USS is definitely for the young at heart!

Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Gardens by the Bay (attraction)
  2. Sentosa Island (attraction)
  3. Universal Studios Singapore (attraction)
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answered by

15 days quite long vacation to stay in Singapore. 
Places that you must visit is Sentosa Island which you can spend a few days there since you have the time.
Next Gardens by the Bay if love flower, Singapore Zoo, visit temples, museum and of course must try out as much Singapore food as you can and shopping.
Below are some the link where that will help you to plan your trip where to go and what to eat

Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Sentosa Island (attraction)
  2. Gardens by the Bay (attraction)
  3. Singapore Zoo (attraction)
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answered by
Joanna from Oakland

15 days is a long time in Singapore. It's a pretty small place and can be a quick weekend trip for people staying in Asia. Look into exploring nearby countries, as well- Malaysia, Indonesia, etc. 

That being said, Singapore is a nice place- VERY clean, fantastic food with much variety, friendly people, large ex-pat community. I recommend trying as much food as possible (haha!)- hainese chicken rice, laksa, nasi goreng, kaya toast, etc. Place to visit- Sentosa Island (tourist beach) and Orchard Road (shopping). Have fun! 

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  1. Sentosa Island (attraction)
  2. Orchard Road (attraction)
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answered by
Teo from Singapore

Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Marina Square (attraction)
  2. Esplanade Dr (attraction)
  3. Clarke Quay (attraction)
  4. Geylang (attraction)
  5. Chinatown Heritage Centre (attraction)
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answered by
Deborah from Toronto

Hi! I agree with Lewis, 15 days is a long time to spend in Singapore. I was there 1 week and this was more than enough. Malay is very close you may want to consider spending a couple days there. It is very easy, comfortable and inexpensive to take the bus there. I spent 1 month in Malaysia. Malacca Town and Port Dickson are great options if you don't want to travel too far inland. 

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  1. Singapore (country)
  2. Malay (city)
  3. Malacca Town (city)
  4. Port Dickson (city)

answered by
Jass from Tampines

There are many places that you can explore freely if you are on a budget. I'd like to recommend you some of the best outdoor shows within the city:

1) Watch The Gardens Symphony synchronized Light & Music show at Gardens by the Bay every night at 7:45 & 8:45 pm


2) Don't miss The Wonderfull Show (it's combined water-lights-music show) in front of The Shoppes Mall at Marina Bay Sands every night at 8:pm & 9:30 pm

3) and lastly The Crane Dance (another combined water-lights-music show featuring 2 robotic cranes) at Resorts World Sentosa every night at 9pm.


Take a glimpse of the following shows here:

Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Gardens by the Bay (attraction)
  2. Marina Bay Sands (hotel)
  3. Resorts World Sentosa (hotel)

answered by
Ingrid from Singapore

Explore places like Haw Par VillaHounds of the BaskervillesSentosa Island,Marina Bay Sands

You could also try out local foods here such as Hainanese chicken rice, laksa, black pepper/chilli crab!

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  1. Haw Par Villa (attraction)
  2. Hounds of the Baskervilles (attraction)
  3. Sentosa Island (attraction)
  4. Marina Bay Sands (hotel)

answered by
Mike from Houston

Gardens by the Bay is a really unique experience 

Makansutra Gluttons Bay offers a variety of Hawker Fare in one convenient place. 

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  1. Gardens by the Bay (attraction)
  2. Makansutra Gluttons Bay (attraction)

answered first by
Brett from Eindhoven

15 days of pure vacation (not a work trip) is quite a length in Singapore.  I've never spent more than a few days there at a time.  

Some of the main sights, especially for the Modern and British influence, to visit would be a walk around the central business district, including Clarke QuayBoat QuayMerlionThe Shoppes at Marina Bay SandsSingapore FlyerAsian Civilisations MuseumChijmes, and The Long Bar / Raffles Hotel for an original Singapore Sling. Fort Canning Park is a nice place to then relax.

Nearby to the CBD you can find Singapore's Chinatown Food Court and Little India neighborhoods, showcasing the cultures that helped build Singapore to what it is today.

For higher end shopping, head over to Orchard Road.

For more recreation, Sentosa Island has the local beaches, along with Universal Studios Singapore and the "Southernmost Point in Continental Asia".

Night Safari at the Singapore Zoo and also the Jurong Bird Park.

For food, the hawker centers offer some of the best tastes around.  Some of my favorites include Newton Circus Food CentreMaxwell Food Centre, and East Coast Lagoon Food Center.

Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Clarke Quay (attraction)
  2. Boat Quay (attraction)
  3. Merlion (attraction)
  4. The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands (attraction)
  5. Singapore Flyer (attraction)
  6. Asian Civilisations Museum (attraction)
  7. Chijmes (attraction)
  8. The Long Bar (restaurant)
  9. Fort Canning Park (attraction)
  10. Chinatown Food Court (restaurant)
  11. Little India (neighborhood)
  12. Sentosa Island (attraction)
  13. Universal Studios Singapore (attraction)
  14. Night Safari (attraction)
  15. Singapore Zoo (attraction)
  16. Jurong Bird Park (attraction)
  17. Newton Circus Food Centre (attraction)
  18. Maxwell Food Centre (attraction)
  19. East Coast Lagoon (restaurant)

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