What all to see in Singapore in a Day?

See Singapore in a Day

Singapore, the lion city, is not a huge city, but it provides ample number of places to see and experience for tourists. With just one day, you can visit many places in order to experience this amazing city. Singapore offers a wide range of options from shopping to dining experiences. It truly is a marvellous place to vacation. Here’s how you can have an eventful day in Singapore.

Ya Kun Kaya Toast

Start your day here. Visit this place in the morning for breakfast, and try the Kaya Toast, which is a breakfast served with kaya (coconut jam) along with Singaporean style tea and coffee. It will keep you energetic for the whole day.

Singapore Bus Tour

The subway system, buses and taxis are clean and safe to hop onto in Singapore. The bus tour is a short tour where you get to learn useful information about Singapore. You get to see many sights and attractions along with a tour commentary. The best way to take a bus ride is to head on to the upper deck, which helps tourists get a clearer view and take pictures. A useful tip – since it is always hot, carry sunscreen to help prevent sunburn. Also, if it does get too hot then you can climb down to the lower deck for air conditioning as well as shade.

Boat Quay

To get a glimpse of Singapore’s lifestyle nearby the sea, it is advised to take a small boat on Singapore’s river. The boat takes you through different quays like Clarke Quay, Boat Quay and Marina Bay. All the quays are lined up with different shops and restaurants, and are ideal places to have a small walks.

Singapore Flyer

It is a Ferris wheel, 165 metre high above the ground. It is approximately a 30-35 minute journey in a well-maintained, air conditioned cabins, and each cabin takes about 28 people. Day time or night time, once you reach the top you will be able to see how beautiful Singapore really is, and appreciate its unique skyline. A ride in the Singapore Flyer is an ideal activity to have an exciting time.

Gardens by the Bay

Gardens by the Bay are massive parks that offer waterfront view gardens. Located next to the Marina Reservoir, it is made up of 3 main areas called Bay South Garden, Bay East Garden and Bay Central Garden. Bay South Garden is the largest garden whose design is like a shape of an orchid, which resembles the National flower of Singapore. Here is a Supertree Grove made up of 3 huge manmade trees, close 16 storeys tall. You can get a glimpse of the beautiful gardens once you go around these massive trees. Then head over to the Bay East Garden for a small but perfect evening picnic with your family, or just calm yourselves down around the palm trees. If you feel hungry, there are cafes and restaurants with delicious food across the gardens. They have beautiful interiors that make them attractive. Overall, it is a nice place to be in the evening to finish your one day tour in Singapore.

Singapore Chinatown

Chinatown in Singapore is home to Chinese and Buddhist temples. You would love to tour here and eat Chinese food. Try the char ‘kway teow’ (stir fry noodles), and ‘satay’ (barbecued meat) on the street stall. You can also do a bit of shopping like collecting souvenirs in Pagoda Street, or even try traditional Chinese medicines on South Bridge Road. It’s a fun place to be.

Little India

Catch a taxi and head out to Mustafa Centre in Little India. This place is famous for bargain shopping for clothes, groceries and electronics. There are quite a few authentic Indian restaurants here that serve vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. However, most restaurants here will serve vegetarian food. So, come to Little India for the food and shopping opportunities.

Maxwell Food Centre

If there is one thing Singaporean’s love, it is their food. Also known as Hawker Centre, Maxwell Food Centre is an ideal place for all food lovers. You will find a massive range of delicious foods at cheap prices. One dish that is highly recommended is the Tian Tian Chicken Rice. Post that, end your meal with Ice Kachang, which is ice shavings topped with condiments like salt, mustard or pickle. It’s weirdly delicious.

So, there you have it. If you plan to visit Singapore and want to pack in a lot in just one day, these are the places to visit. All the best and enjoy Singapore to the fullest.

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