1- Go to the Top of Marina Sands Bay Building
There are several ways to climb to the top of this iconic Singapore building, according to the budget you want to spend, even though there are no lowcost options.
For those who want the best way, no matter how much it costs, the ideal is to spend the night at the hotel and enjoy the infinity pool (exclusive for guests), and spectacular view of the city.
A slightly less expensive option is to have dinner at one of the several panoramic restaurants on the top floor, the skypark.
The next least expensive option is to go for a drink at KU DE TA which includes a dinning area and a bar / disco area and enjoy the wonderful night views of Singapore.
Finally, the last and most “economic” option is to climb only to the belvedere on the top floor of the hotel (and see the swimming pool by distance). In this case, it´s recommended to go in the late afternoon, , for the night view of the city. Simply amazing…
2- Visit the Gardens by the Bay
Adjacent to Marina Sands Bay is this gigantic 101-acre Singaporean-style garden. These garden include the South Garden Bay, East Bay Bay and the Central Bay Garden. It´s recommended to go at the end of the afternoon, to see the day and night version. At night it´s fantastic, with the famous psychedelic artificial SuperTrees, which are nothing more than amazing vertical gardens. You can also visit an elevated path (OCBS Skyway), between the two largest Supertrees, and enjoy the panoramic aerial view of the gardens).
3-Visit the Singapore Zoo
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This zoo that is distinguished essentially because there are no cages or grids. Between animals and visitors are simple moats, which allow a feeling of proximity to animals compared to other zoos.
4- Visit Chinatown / Little India / Arab Street
Logically these are the Chinese, Indian and Arab neighborhoods, each one with its characteristic attractions. It’s like entering a country within another country.
Chinatown – Don´t miss the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum. Built in 2007, this temple has references of Chinese Buddhism and also has a interesting museum for those who wish to know more about this philosophy of life.
Also there is the Sri Mariamman Temple, a beautiful Hindu temple, built in 1827.
Little India – visit the colorful houses (shophouses) that decorate the area, as well as housing trades and residences. Here you can taste the best of Indian cuisine. Here its possible visit Hindu temples.
Arab Street – Here you can visit the Sultan Mosque and experience the typical cuisine in one of the local restaurants. Don´t miss Haji Lane, a typical street full of bars, cafes and shops.
5- Shopping in Orchard Road:
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There are 4km of shopping centers, perfect for those who love shopping, with shops for all types of budgets, but especially for luxury consumers.
6-Enjoy the night of Singapore
For a quiet evening – bars in the Club Street area and Duxton Hill.
For party night out – Clarke Quay and Boat Quay are the best spots.
Nightclubs – Zouk, KU DE TA, Kyo and Attica are the most famous.
7-Visit the statue of Merlion, the symbol of the city
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With Lion’s head and fish body, it is the symbol of Singapore. The most popular ones are the original statue, situated in Merlion Park and the larger statue, situated on Sentosa Island.
8-Visit Sentosa Island
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The most enjoyable way to go to Sentosa Island is by a cable car ride (about 15 minutes) departing from Mount Farber, from where you have a panoramic view of the city. The most economical way is by bus passing by the bridge. To get around Sentosa, there are 3 free bus lines.
Sentosa Island is currently considered the entertainment spot of Singapore. Sentosa is home to hotel complexes, a Hard Rock Cafe, a Disney Theme Park, a Water Park and lots of other activities, it is a paradise for kids and adults alike.
Here we can also observe the S.E.A Aquarium, through the largest window of the planet facing the ocean, more than a thousand marine animals of 800 different species and divided into 49 habitats.
Despite all this, much of the island is still covered by rainforest.