3 Days 2 Nights Tour to Singapore

by Wei Leng
(Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia)

1. I plan to visit Singapore on 26 September 2010 and leaving 28 September 2010. We might by flying in or take a bus. Not decided yet.

2. Me (age 48) and my husband (age 54)together with 2 children, age 12 and 20.

3. Staying in a hotel in Chinatown for 2 nights.

4. Intend to visit:

i) Singapore Night Safari and Singapore Zoo
ii) Universal Studios Singapore
iii) any other places worth visiting with the limited time

5. Plan to travel around Singapore by MRT.


Hi Wei Leng


Here are a few suggestions for your tour to Singapore, assuming that you are arriving and departing at mid-day:


DAY 1 AFTERNOON - SINGAPORE ZOO & SINGAPORE NIGHT SAFARI

After unloading your luggage at the hotel,

a) take a taxi to the Singapore Zoo,

b) about 6pm, hop over to the Night Safari next door,

c) have dinner at either Bongo Burgers or Ulu Ulu Restaurant,

d) and thereafter enjoy the Night Safari.

Take the taxi back to hotel.


DAY 2 - UNIVERSAL STUDIOS SINGAPORE & EVENING OPTIONS

Begin the day at Universal Studios Singapore. In the late afternoon / early evening, you have 3 possible options:


a) visit the other attractions at Sentosa

I recommend choosing 2 or 3 from:

i) Underwater World Singapore & Dolphin Lagoon

ii) Megazip

iii) Sentosa Luge and Skyride

iv) Songs of the Sea


b) Cable car ride & dinner at Mount Faber

Take the cable car from Sentosa to Mount Faber, where you may start a leisurely walk on part of the Southern Ridges (some lovely views). Then have dinner at the Jewel Box at Mount Faber.


c) Shop at Vivo City Shopping Centre

Drop by Vivo City, one of the biggest malls in Singapore and just across the waters from Resorts World Sentosa.


DAY 3 - CHINATOWN SHOPPING & WALKING TOUR

You could of course visit the touristy part of Chinatown for souvenirs and such: Pagoda Street, Temple Street, Terrenganu Street, and surrounding areas.

Or shop at People's Park Complex and OG Building.

But I recommend that as a family, you take a slow walk around Ann Siang Road, Club Street and Telok Ayer Street - where there are some unique boutiques, lovely eateries and interesting heritage architecture.


Have an enjoyable tour to Singapore.


Gabriel Tan

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