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Day 1 Morning: Ready, Set, Shop!

Arab Street

Stroll through the Muslim Quarter, along rows of conserved buildings housing art galleries, restaurants, and even fashion boutiques. Looking to grab a bite to eat? Stop by La Marelle café for its all-day breakfast special. 

Day 1 Afternoon: Food For The Soul

Lau Pa Sat Photo by Marklin Ang

Head into Singapore’s Central Business District and make your way to the Telok Ayer Market, colloquially known as Lau Pa Sat. This historic building is a food centre offering all kinds of yummy local delicacies like chilli crab, fried carrot cake, Hokkien mee and roti prata

Day 1 Night: Dazzling Lights

Gardens by the Bay Photo by Afur Wong

Take in the beautiful lights of the 16-storey Supertree Grove at the Gardens by the Bay. The Supertrees are covered in more than 162,000 plants and provide shade in the day. At night, they come alive with an exhilarating display of lights and sounds.

 

Day 2 Morning: For The Thrill

Sentosa Merlion Photo by Darren Soh

Make your way to Sentosa Island to the MegaZip Adventure Park for an exciting start to the day. Soar across a jungle canopy down to the white sands of the beach at speeds of up to 60 kilometres per hour. Other activities include a high rope adventure course, a climbing wall, and even a freefall parachute jump! 

Day 2 Afternoon: Relax & Rejuvenate

Re-energise at the So Spa with treatments that will soothe your body and soul. The spa offers a range of treatments including body scrubs, facials, herbal baths and various massages.
 

Day 2 Night: Above The Night

Singapore Flyer Photo by Marklin Ang

Take in Singapore’s breathtaking skyline at the Singapore Flyer, a 165-metre-high giant observation wheel. that gives you a glimpse of neighbouring Malaysia and Indonesia.
 

Day 3 Morning: Nature Calling

River Safari Photo by Marklin Ang

Go on the River Safari in the world’s largest freshwater aquarium to see over 6,000 animals including 40 threatened species. 

Day 3 Afternoon: Culture Vulture

Asian Civilisation Museum Photo by Afur Wong

Occupying over 14,000 square metres, the Asian Civilisations Museum features 11 impressive galleries which showcase close to 1,500 artefacts. The various galleries feature artefacts that narrate the rich history of Asia’s various religious, cultural and ethnic groups. You’ll be in for an educational afternoon of wonder and amazement. 

Day 3 Night: Let’s Party

Clarke Quay Photo by Marklin Ang

Head on down to the Singapore River, which connects Marina Bay, Boat Quay, Clarke Quay and Robertson Quay. Do one better and bar-hop to experience the exciting nightlife the city has to offer. Don’t forget to try the country’s national cocktail – the Singapore Sling!
 

Day 4 Morning: Last Goodbye

Bugis Street Photo by Afur Wong

Right before you head back home, stock up on trinkets and gifts for family and friends at Bugis Street. This street shopping haven is the perfect location to find fashion bargains, electronic gadgets and accessories, and much more at extremely good prices! Don’t forget to pick up a funny graphic tee or even a pair of cool boots for yourself.