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Spend Holidays in Singapore

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Spend Holidays in Singapore

Having four days in Singapore, you have enough time to check off the must-see sights, soak up the city-state’s unique culture, get out into nature, and even try out some fun-filled activities from daredevil thrills at theme parks to wildlife-viewing experiences. Know how to make the most out of your 4-day Singapore sojourn.

Day 1: Essential Singapore Sights

The first day would be yours to see Singapore’s most famous sights. So, hop-on bus tour or an amphibious water-and-land tour provides a good introduction to Singapore and views of key city attractions, from the Singapore Flyer wheel and the half-lion half-fish Merlion statue to the 3-towered Marina Bay Sands.

Come afternoon, it’s time to explore Singapore’s ethnic enclaves. Guide tour would be with you of Chinatown, Little India, or the Islamic-influenced Kampong Glam Then continue your sightseeing with some bargain-hunting at the bustling Bugis Market or by catching the Garden Rhapsody light show at Gardens by the Bay. Now for dinner, head for Albert Centre at the back of Buggies Market, where street food vendors sell Asian and Indian cuisine, or for Satay by the Bay at Gardens by the Bay, which has about 30 stalls offering everything from biryani to barbecued seafood.

Day 2: Thrills and Spills

It offers thrills aplenty with several theme parks within easy day-tripping distance of the city. Perfect for Families hoping for a day of fun may want to make the journey to Legoland in neighbouring Malaysia, where more than 70 rides and attractions, waterpark, and Miniland—which features Lego-built miniatures of well-known landmarks—await.

Day trip, head to Sentosa Island, Universal Studios offers a fix of movie-themed magic, while Adventure Cove Waterpark is packed with slides, rides, and water attractions.

In the evening, chat with a local family over a home-cooked dinner made by your host. Have your dinner with chilli crab, rice, vegetables, and soup in their home in a residential area of northeast Singapore, and hear first-hand about life in the island-city-country.

Day 3: Wildlife and High-in-the-Sky Views

Escape from the urban bustle for a quiet morning in one of Singapore’s nature-filled spaces. With just 15-minute boat ride from the mainland, the neighbouring island of Pulau Ubin is unspoiled and undeveloped. Then kayaking trip is waiting for you, paddle around the mangroves, scanning the waters for otters and pods of pink dolphins. Surely you will be able to see wildlife sightings, visit the excellent Singapore Zoo, the River Safari wildlife park, or Jurong Bird Park.

Now in the night finish on a high note with a special sky-high experience enjoy your dinner with a view of Singapore’s sparkling skyline on the Singapore Cable Car on Mt. Faber, or feast on street food at a down-to-earth hawker center at the last head for the rooftop observation deck at Marina Bay Sands SkyPark, which affords 360-degree views of the dazzling Singapore skyline.

Day 4: fly Singapore and Private Sky Dining on the Singapore Cable Car

Experience what it's like to skydive without the dangers and cost of doing a tandem jump! iFly introduces the new sport of body flying, where participants are given the chance to hover and 'fly' inside the world's first themed wind tunnel. With patented technology, the 16.5ft-wide, five storey-high tunnels propel flyers through powerful airspeeds, replicating the jump experienced from a plane. You will receive training from professional instructors and get suited up in sky diving gear before doing your jump, ensuring that safety grounds are covered before entering the tunnel and experiencing the rush of a skydive! And for the last night in the Singapore experience the dinner at Singapore skyline from above with sky dining aboard the Singapore Cable Car on Mt Faber. Luxuriate in a 4-course dinner during three rotations on this historical cable car in the sky. Enjoy a welcome drink and wine with your set meal, along with priority boarding. You'll have incredible night vistas during your 1.5-hour ride in a private dining car with that special someone.

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  • Sanjna Khosla
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Ques :- Does Singapore have Uber?

Answer:- Yes, you can use Uber in Singapore. However, Grub, an Asian cab-conglomerate app is a better and cheaper option than Uber.

  • Anish Gupta
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Ques :- How do I travel to Singapore on a budget?

Answer:- It is a myth that Singapore is an expensive destination. You can easily plan a budget holiday in Singapore. Read more to know tips about traveling to Singapore.

  • Ketan Rawat
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Ques :- Can Singapore tourist visa be applied online?

Answer:- Yes, you can apply for Singapore Tourist Visa online which will allow you to stay in the country for a maximum of 30 days. Your passport should be valid for 6 months from the date of your entry. It is a multiple visa entry which means you need not re-apply for Singapore Visa in the given visa validity.

  • Sahil Sharma
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Ques :- Can Singapore tourist visa be extended?

Answer:- if you want to extend your tourist visa once you are in Singapore, you can apply for the extension online. However, you should know that the immigration office reserves the right to reject your application.

  • Andrew James
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Ques :- Do we need a separate travel visa for Singapore & Malaysia?

Answer:- You can travel from Malaysia to Singapore but Indians will need a separate Visa before you enter in Singapore. Singapore does not grant Visa on arrival to Indian passport holders. You can apply for Singapore e-visa prior to your trip.

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