Marina Bay Sands
Marina Bay Sands resort complex includes everything you need to make your jaw drop. The Skypark’s screening deck and infinity pool are set up in the ship (yes, ship) that tops the hotel. Here, you can enjoy the view and pretty much feel like the King of the City.
The Sands SkyPark. End of Story. This place which offers guests Singapore’s best view, sitting 200 meters in the sky. With an Infinity Pool!
If you are coming here then expect it to be costly. This is a luxury experience. One thing is that there are some expenses that are unnecessary. Like professional photographers. Unless you want to pay 50$, use those fancy phone cameras you have and start clicking.
The Singapore Flyer is the world’s largest observation wheel. To put it into perspective, it’s 30 meters higher than the London Eye. Each flight takes around 30 minutes and will give you bird's-eye views of the Singapore, Sentosa Island, and even neighbouring countries, Indonesia and Malaysia.
Even though it’s something one must experience when visiting the city for the first time, it is a tourist trap. To avoid the crowds we recommend you to visit Flyer early morning or in the evening.
Do not purchase your tickets in advance. In case there’s bad weather you can’t change the dates. On weekdays there is generally no queue at the Singapore Flyer so you can purchase tickets at anytime.
There’s a Chinatown pretty much everywhere in the world but the one in Singapore is especially enchanting. From a variety of stores and authentic Chinese food to the bright red beautiful lanterns, there's a lot to see in this district. It’s really a great place to eat and shop and the best part is that it’s open until midnight.
Around 4 am, if you have the capacity to wake up, you can hear the morning drum ceremony and it’s pretty awesome. If you miss it then don’t worry, you can check out the closing ceremony in the evening after viewing the relic.
Staying in the Chinatown area will really help you out in terms of cutting down your inner city transportation. A lot of the attractions are very close to Chinatown.
Singapore Night Safari is one of the city's best family attractions. Under the moonlight glow, the jungle comes to life each night. Explore over 40 hectares of the jungle park in an open-air jeep. After the jeep ride, hire a guide on foot to see leopards, wallabies and other wildlife up-close.
To make your Night Safari experience even more amazing, finish with a buffet dinner at the Ulu Ulu Safari Restaurant.
Opt for a skip-the-line admission ticket to save on time and get priority jeep boarding.
Sentosa Island is a man-made structure that was built for fun and recreation. It includes Resorts World, Tiger Sky Tower, Universal Studios Singapore, Singapore Butterfly & Insect Kingdom, and one of the prime collections of aquatic animals in the world available to view at the SEA Aquarium.
Do remember to complete all rides in day pass before 7pm. If you are looking for good Indian food then Samundra Restaurant at Palawan beach is the best option to go with.
You can opt for free shuttle service from various pick up points to reach Sentosa. Use tram instead of buses to travel between the beaches as it is fastest mode of transport.