How to Enjoy 3 Day When in Singapore

Holiday in Singapore

How to Enjoy 3 Day When in Singapore
Photo: Marcin Konsek / Wikimedia Commons / CC BY-SA 4.0, 2016 Singapur, Museum Planning Area, Narodowe Muzeum Singapuru (02), CC BY-SA 4.0

Singapore is a true marvel to revel in when on holiday. Travelling to this destination for 3 days? Well, this is your chance to thoroughly enjoy the city and make memories. Follow this guide that will take you through the most iconic attractions Singapore has to offer on your 3-day vacation here.

Day 1: The amalgamation of nature with modernity

Gardens by the Bay – this is what all tourists look forward to visiting first when they arrive in Singapore. It is undoubtedly the most iconic attraction in the entire city. Enter and marvel at the sheer size of the Supertrees in the park. Spread out across 101 hectares, greenery fills the surroundings. You might even forget that you are in an urban city. Explore the extraordinary Flower Dome and Cloud Forest. Climb up the Cloud Mountain and walk across the OCBC Skyway for some stunning views of the skyline.

Marina Bay Sands – the evenings are so wonderful that you won't be able to resist a walk by the waterfront. While on your evening jaunt, hop into Marina Bay Sands. There is plenty to explore here with a shopping mall that offers high-end brands for the shopaholics and delicious fine dining at the restaurants like Wolfgang Puck, CUT and KOMA Singapore. If you are in the party mood, hit Marquee for some all night long fun.

ArtScience Museum – if you are an art lover, then you'll come to love the combination of art and technology at the ArtScience Museum in Singapore. Try to make it in time for exhibitions like Future World: Where Art Meets Science for a great experience.

Day 2: Adventure in Sentosa island

Tanjong Beach Club – it's time for some fun in the sun on your second day in Singapore at an island not far from the main city. Sentosa Island is the place for that typical beach holiday where the waters are warm and inviting. Grab a surfboard and head out for a surf or chill at the Tanjong Beach Club.

Universal Studios Singapore – especially if you are travelling with family, then a visit to Universal Studios in Singapore is a must. Kids and adults alike will love seeing their favourite Universal movies turn into reality here. You can indulge in some of the most thrilling rides and go back feeling like a kid again.

Night Safari – when evening comes and twilight sets in, why not embark on a night safari adventure at the world's first-ever park for viewing nocturnal animals? If you are tired from all the thrills and spills of the day, take a 35-minute tram ride that will cover all the necessary areas where the creatures of the night live in.

Day 3: Cultural and historical places

National Museum of Singapore – start your day by exploring Singapore's rich history at the National Museum of Singapore. Explore the colourful history that will keep you hooked onto the stories at Singapore History Gallery. Find out more about the magical and supernatural beliefs of the locals at the Magic and Menace exhibition and get your souvenirs at the Museum Label.

National Gallery Singapore – yet another great attraction for the art lover, the previous City Hall and Supreme Court has been transformed into a paradise of colour. Get the chance to see 8,000 pieces of art from Singapore and across the region.

Orchard Road – explore the retail culture that Singapore is so famous for at Orchard Road. Easily accessible from hotels like PARKROYAL On Kitchener Road Singapore and many other hotels in Little India, Singapore, the street is full of malls. Spend your evening shopping at malls and enjoying a wonderful dinner at one of the great restaurants here.

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