Singapore is modern metropolitan city. It is possible to see the best of the whole city within a weekend, or a long weekend if you take your time. A one-day itinerary in Singapore takes you to the highlights of what the city has to offer.
10:00 AM National Museum of Singapore
Start your exploration of Singapore with an education of the country’s history and culture at its oldest museum. TheS National Museum of Singapore also showcases special exhibits, such as a dedicated area for food history which details popular dishes still eaten today.
National Museum of Singapore
93 Stamford Road
Daily, 10am to 7pm
Admission free for residents, S$10 for visitors
12:30PM Lunch at ION Orchard’s Food Opera
After learning about the food history of Singapore at the National Museum, your stomachs will certainly crave those exact dishes. Head over to ION Orchard along Orchard Road to have lunch in Food Opera.
2 Orchard Turn
B4-03/04, ION Orchard
Sunday to Thursday, 10am to 10pm
Friday and Saturday, 10am to 11pm
2:00PM Explore Gardens by the Bay
Walk off lunch at Gardens by the Bay. The gardens were created to raise the quality of city life by enhancing the greenery and flora. You can spend over half a day admiring the outdoor gardens and indoor conservatories.
Gardens by the Bay
18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore
Outdoor Gardens: Free admission, 5am to 2am
Conservatories: S$28, 9am to 9pm
5:00PM Happy Hour along Marina Bay
After Gardens by the Bay, you will surely be thirsty and ready for happy hour. Take a leisurely stroll around the Marina Bay from Marina Bay Sands to the Fullerton Bay area. There you will find restaurants and bars with stunning views of Marina Bay Sands
7:00PM Feast on Singaporean Chilli Crabs
Reward yourself after a day out with the famous chilli crabs from Jumbo Seafood. There are several locations throughout the city. If you are looking for a drink after dinner, the Riverpoint location is ideally next to Clarke Quay
5 locations in Singapore
12pm to 3pm and 6pm to 12am
9:00PM Drinks at Clarke Quay
Cap off the night with drinks at Clarke Quay, a hotspot for expats and tourists seeking a lively nightlife. Restaurants and bars are lined up one after the other offering patrons a variety of options