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Singapore

Quick Overview

Who is this Trip For?

Singapore is a vibrant city with rich culture but also impressive modernity! Stunning Skyline views, one of the most iconic rooftop pools in the world, delicious Street Food or upmarket restaurants, and unique neighborhoods!

With adventure, cuisine, sights, exciting stories, and friendly people, Singapore has something interesting for everyone… and more!

An All Year Round Destination, with the best weather between December to June, and more than enough to see to fill our recommended 5 Day Trip length!

Suggested Activities

These EPIC Supertree Grove enormous trees are a fascinating blend of nature and futuristic architecture!

Enjoy panoramic views of the city and exploring these crazy gardens!

One of the most iconic landmarks of Singapore, and very cool!

On top of 3 connected Skyscrapers there is a massive rooftop Pool that you can swim in or hang out at to enjoy the Best View of the City!

This is a must-see on your visit, even if you don’t want to swim!

2 Very Unique neighbourhoods in Singapore, with very different cultures, each of which full of traditional shops and delicious cuisine!

Sentosa Island, a man-made Island off the southern coast of Singapore that is only a 20min Tram journey from the City, is popular for its Beautiful Beaches, and also for its entertainment options!

These include a Universal Studios theme park, a Waterpark, Aquarium, Golf Courses, and Shopping Centres!

This is a very fun day trip full of adventure and activities!

Singapore is known for having some of the best food in Asia!

Local Dishes like the Hainanese Chicken Rice (Pictured at the top of page) or Chilli Crab are worth trying!

The Maxwell Food Centre is a great place to find these!

Google Maps Link (Click Here).

This exciting experience will give you the chance to see nocturnal animals in their natural habitat. The Zoo is highly reviewed, and often named the one of the best Rainforest Zoos in the world!

Top Tips

Singapore is very hot and humid, so make sure to prepare before you start to feel dehydrated, as you will enjoy your time more if you do!

The city is best explored by foot, so bring some walking shoes so you can see everything without getting blisters.

If you will be exploring by foot anyway, the best way to learn about the City on the way is by joining a Free Walking Tour!

With many different ones to choose from, you can gain an insight into what you are looking at from knowledgable local guides!

Make it Unique

At the Theme Park Zero Latency, you can experience this new technology in a thrilling way!

A very fun experience that is perfectly at home in this futuristic City!

At the MacRitchie Reservoir, you can escape from the busy City into a full Tropical Rainforest!

With incredibly diverse wildlife like Monkeys or Otters, as well as stunning hiking options with the TreeTop Walk.

If you are looking to escape the City for an awesome day Trip, then learn about the nature at the Reservoir!

Google Maps Link (Click Here).

This Market is at the heart of one of the oldest housing estates in Singapore, and is very popular for delicious local food, produce, and souvenirs!

Come here if you want to see the more authentic side of Singapore!

How to get There?

Flying: Singapore’s Changi Airport (SIN) is one of the Busiest in the World, with connections to many international destinations. Often also a connection flight stop for long-haul flights. If you have a layover in Singapore, make the most of it and head to the City!

Other: There are also connections by the land border to Malaysia, and Trains from Thailand. 

How to get Around?

Getting around the city is easy and efficient with a combination of walking and Singapore’s great public transportation.

Buses, Trains, Taxis/Ride Sharing Apps, or Bike Rentals connect the City.

How to get There?

Flying: Singapore’s Changi Airport (SIN) is one of the Busiest in the World, with connections to many international destinations. Often also a connection flight stop for long-haul flights. If you have a layover in Singapore, make the most of it and head to the City!

Other: There are also connections by the land border to Malaysia, and Trains from Thailand. 

How to get Around?

Getting around the city is easy and efficient with a combination of walking and Singapore’s great public transportation.

Buses, Trains, Taxis/Ride Sharing Apps, or Bike Rentals connect the City.

Safety Concerns

Singapore is one of the Safest Countries in the World, with its low Crime Rates and Strict Laws.

As with any tourist destination, it’s always a good idea to be aware of your surroundings and keep your valuables safe.

Where to Stay?

For budget accommodation, the Little India Neighbourhood has multiple options. Popular are Capsule Hotels, Hostels, and Budget Hotels. 

  • Hostels: There are many great options for affordable hostels, either with shared or private rooms. Hostelworld is a great resource to find and book beds. This is the best value option and ideal for solo travelers.
  • There are many great Airbnb offerings, and this option may be the best value for families or groups.
  • Hotels are a good option for families, or people mainly looking to relax.