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Hit all the essentials in this 4-day Singapore escape with lively populated cities. Leisurely walking through Marina Bay Waterfront Promenade and Mount Faber to enjoy lush greenery Singapore , admire the beauty of Chinatown Heritage Center followed by some relics and National Museum to learn about the culture.
5 Days - 4 Nights
1 - 70 Age
OCBC Sky Way
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Day 1 : Welcome to Singapore
Upon arrival to Changi Airport, our representative will transfer you to your boutique hotel for refreshment. Your afternoon visit of the city takes you to the beautiful Gardens by the Bay. Made up of several different indoor and outdoor gardens, the flower dome, cloud dome, and super-tree grove just to name a few, it’s no wonder why the Gardens by the Bay are the most popular attraction in the city. The OCBC skyway also holds remarkable views of the gardens, city, and the sea. Stroll along the Marina Bay Waterfront Promenade for excellent city-views before returning to your hotel for a restful slumber.
Day 2 : Follow your nose and stomach in Chinatown and Little India
Start the morning in Singapore’s iconic Chinatown, a wonderful testament to Singapore’s vibrant and thriving Chinese culture. Visit the Chinatown Heritage Center, Tea Chapter, and Baba house before feasting on lunch at Maxwell’s Hawker Center, famous for Singaporean specialities like Tian Tian Chicken, dim sum, and laksa noodles. The afternoon is free at leisure to visit the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, a beautiful temple rich in history and art. Check out the Buddhist Culture Museum on the third floor to see 300 Buddhist artifacts from all over Asia. Wander down colorful alleys filled with spices, oils, traditional medicines, fabrics, and astrologers in Little India. For those interested in learning about religion, visit the Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple to catch a glimpse of Hindu rituals In the evening, try a Singapore Sling from one of the many rooftop bars available in the city.
Day 3 : Hear the call to prayer on Arab Street
Head to Arab Street bright and early this morning and hear the call to prayer gently fill the air as you admire brightly colored textiles and smell exotic spices. After you are finished exploring, make a stop at the Singapore National Museum, the oldest in the country, known for its impressive use of modern ways to share information on the history and culture of Singapore. Return to your hotel and rest before traveling to the Singapore Zoo for a night safari and Borneo Tribal performance.
Day 4 : Time to say good-bye
Enjoy a morning free for your leisure until the transfer to Changi Airport for your onward booked travel.