Singapore may be reputed to be small and expensive and if you agree with that then you still have much to explore in Singapore!
1. Recoup with All Things Nature
Morning – Set off on the nature trails at MacRitchie Reservoir
Afternoon – Lunch at Habitat Coffee
Evening – Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park
What better place to mingle with Mother Nature’s finest than at MacRitchie Reservoir. Don on a pair of comfortable shoes and set off on a scenic nature trail in the morning. While you’re there, make the best of your trip and hike up to the Tree Top Walk where a magnificent sight will greet you. It’s quite like the feeling of standing at the top of the world.
Following which you can fuel up at Habitat Coffee and release all the tension from hiking at MacRitchie. If you still have the energy after which, you can head to Bishan-Ang Mo Kio park where you can enjoy a leisurely walk together with the evening breeze along the winding river.
2. Chill Out
Morning – Take a trip to Sentosa
Evening – Dinner at VivoCity
With so much to do, from marveling at fishes to swooshing down the slopes on a luge, a trip to Sentosa is likely to keep you there for at least half-a-day. You don’t have to worry about missing out on dinner if you decide not to dine at Sentosa because nearby VivoCity offers a buffer of dining options, from Japanese and Chinese to European and seafood!
3. Get Your Tourist Gear On
Gardens by the Bay/Source
Morning – Take a walk at Marina Bay and snap a picture with the iconic Merlion
Afternoon – Stroll amongst the flowers at Gardens by the Bay
Evening – Head to Marina Bay Sands for dinner
Marina Bay, the ideal spot for leisurely scenic walks and skyscraper buildings, is where the iconic Merlion is. Get your commemoration shot before heading over to Gardens by the Bay.
Gardens by the Bay is a gem of a place for nature lovers. In addition to the verdant greenery, you’ll also be able to lay your eyes on a variety of garden landscapes, ranging from the desert-like garden to tranquil and even whimsical garden, as well as bright blooms.
When you’ve had your fill of the colorful flowers and tranquil ambiance, you can head on over to Marina Bay Sands to take your pick from the multitude of restaurants to dine-in at.