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Andrea
Varese

Singapore

Things to see and to do in Singapore (in 4 Days)

I'm in Singapore. Do you have any suggestion about things to do and see in 4 days here ? .. :) Best things :) Any other suggestion about food is welcome :) 


8 Answers

answered by
Duyen from Hội An

TOP HIGHLIGHTS FOR YOUR 4-DAY TRIP TO SINGAPORE:

1. Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum  


Merlion Park


 3. Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay, Singapore

4. Singapore Flyer

5. Helix Bridge


 6. Marina Bay Sands

 8. Little India

 9. Asian Civilisations Museum

10. Sentosa Island

11. The Crane Dance

 12. National Museum of Singapore

 13. Clarke Quay


For more info, you can view this itinerary. It includes all needed information for the transportation from this place to another. Also, there is a recommendation for your stay in Singapore.


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum (attraction)
  2. Merlion Park (attraction)
  3. Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay, Singapore (attraction)
  4. Singapore Flyer (attraction)
  5. Helix Bridge (attraction)
  6. Marina Bay Sands (hotel)
  7. Little India (neighborhood)
  8. Asian Civilisations Museum (attraction)
  9. Sentosa Island (island)
  10. The Crane Dance (attraction)
  11. National Museum of Singapore (attraction)
  12. Clarke Quay (attraction)
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answered by
Rodger

Night Safari , walk the trails first (opens at 7pm/7.30pm) queues are miles long for trolleys, do the four trails, then get the trolleys about 9pm and they are almost empty with no queues.

Haw par villas if you love Asian folklore, also known as Tiger Balm Gardens, easy to get to buses right to the gates


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answered by
Mattias from Halmstad

To do:

Gardens by the Bay - for extraordinary nature and architecture
HortPark Henderson Waves - cool architecture and nice for relaxation
Night Safari - get up close to some amazing animals by night, fantastic atmosphere. Both guided tour and free walking. Show up early in the evening to avoid long queues

Sentosa Island - when you want to get away from the busy city and relax at the beach

Marina Bay Sands - Singapore's biggest highlight. If you can manage (rent a room or know a guest) to get up to the boatshaped pool by the roof, you'll have the best view of the city. 1 Altitude offers a breath-taking view too and might be a more realistic alternative, of the two

Walk along the riverbank from Raffles Place to Clarke Quay - meet other international travellers at the main-bridge and enjoy the best area for nightlife


A wide variety of cultures meeting in one country:

Arab St - plenty of neat, alternative and colorful restaurants to grab a bite. Excellent area for shisha

Little India - cheap shopping for souvenirs, temples, great flavours and culinary experiences

Chinatown - just walk around an be amazed by the surroundings, get lost in the beauty of dragons and temples, eat at Smith St

Kampong Glam Community Club - the Malay area of Singapore, full of history, colors and amazing food


Food and drinks:

A must is to experience the local's 24/7 food-hangouts; the hawker centers. No need to worry about the costs, there's dishes in all price ranges. Do check out Maxwell Road Hawker Centre

Other stuffs to try out;

-Coffee served in a plastic to-go bag with a straw (kopi-C kosong if you want to avoid sweetened milk and sugar)

-Looking for low-budget food? Go for chicken rice, they have it everywhere

-Chili-crab, one of Singapore's most famous dishes

-Kaya toast (coconut jam), typically served as breakfast

-Durian, the king of fruits. You can't leave Singapore without having eaten (and smelled) this


Get around Singapore by the MRT, it's economically and connects the whole country. If you're going back home late by night, cabs are cheap compared to the prices in Europe. The city really comes alive at night and it is at it's most beatuiful in the dark.



Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Gardens by the Bay (attraction)
  2. HortPark (attraction)
  3. Henderson Waves (attraction)
  4. Night Safari (attraction)
  5. Sentosa Island (attraction)
  6. Marina Bay Sands (hotel)
  7. 1 Altitude (attraction)
  8. Raffles Place (attraction)
  9. Clarke Quay (attraction)
  10. Arab St (attraction)
  11. Little India (neighborhood)
  12. Chinatown (hotel)
  13. Smith St (attraction)
  14. Kampong Glam Community Club (attraction)
  15. Maxwell Road Hawker Centre (attraction)
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answered by
Nam from Bangkok

Visit heritage Colonial building neighborhoods such as ChinatownBugisLittle Indiaand Joo Chiat Rd.

Check out food courts for local food hunting such as Maxwell Food Centre for famous chicken rice, Lau Pa Satfor satay.

For me, Indian food and Muslim food are awesome too. Try Singapore Zam ZamBugis.

Modern landmarks such as Singapore FlyerGardens by the Bay and Marina Bay Sands

Universal Studios Singapore and S.E.A Aquarium

For nature and gardens, Singapore Botanic Gardens is recommended.

Shopping malls hub is along Orchardroad.

Activities I like are taking Duck & Hippo River Cruiseand strolling through Tiong Bahru Rd, hipster area. Don't miss French bakery at Tiong Bahru Bakery... yummy.

For good price attraction tickets such as Gardens by the Bay, SG Flyer pls go to Sea Wheel Travel Pte Ltd , 3rd floor at People's Park Centre.

 Mutton biryani at Singapore Zam Zam, Bugis


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Chinatown (hotel)
  2. Bugis (attraction)
  3. Little India (neighborhood)
  4. Joo Chiat Rd (attraction)
  5. Maxwell Food Centre (restaurant)
  6. Lau Pa Sat (restaurant)
  7. Singapore Zam Zam (restaurant)
  8. Singapore Flyer (attraction)
  9. Gardens by the Bay (attraction)
  10. Marina Bay Sands (hotel)
  11. Universal Studios Singapore (attraction)
  12. S.E.A Aquarium (attraction)
  13. Singapore Botanic Gardens (attraction)
  14. Orchard (neighborhood)
  15. Duck & Hippo River Cruise (attraction)
  16. Tiong Bahru Rd (attraction)
  17. Tiong Bahru Bakery (restaurant)
  18. Sea Wheel Travel Pte Ltd (attraction)
  19. People's Park Centre (attraction)
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answered by
Nars from Boston

Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Gardens by the Bay (attraction)
  2. Flower Dome (attraction)
  3. Cloud Forest (attraction)
  4. Singapore Flyer (attraction)
  5. Merlion Park (attraction)
  6. Sentosa Island (island)
  7. Night Safari (attraction)
  8. Orchard Road (attraction)
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answered by
Mina from Cairo

1- Sentosa Island  

2- eat chili crab from Newton Circus Food Centre 


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Sentosa Island (island)
  2. Newton Circus Food Centre (attraction)


answered by
Kristal from San Francisco

Hi Andrea,


You can find a blog post I wrote about 5 Singaporean dishes you need to try:

http://eatandescape.com/travel/5-singaporean-dishes-youll-definitely-want-to-try/

Hope this helps!

Best,

Kristal




answered first by
Rob from Chicago

I'll be there too next month so following this thread!






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