4D3N Singapore Tour - Highlights of the City
by Bianca del Rosario
Bianca submitted a very do-able 4D3N Singapore Tour itinerary. Take a look!
|Hello, Gabriel! So lucky to have found your awesome site! We're very much excited to visit Singapore and I hope you could extend your invaluable assistance by helping us plot our itinerary. We're six in a group from Manila, Philippines (late 20's) that will arrive on February 9, 2011 at 15:40 and will depart on February 12 at 19:55. Both flights via Cebu Pacific. |
Here's what we have initially planned:
Feb 9 (arrival)
-check in hotel
10:00 A.M-3:00 P.M Universal Studios
4:00 P.M – 6:00 P.M Underwater World & Dolphin Lagoon
7:00 P.M – 8:00 P.M Songs of the Sea
8:00 P.M Kou Fu Food Court dinner
9:00 P.M onwards Clarke Quay and G-max Reverse Bungee
* Can you please advise us the cheapest transportation to these places?
Marina Bay (Can you please suggest places to visit here?)
Singapore Night Safari
Thank you very much in advance for your precious insights! We're truly grateful if you can help us with our transportation and food options so we can save money as Singapore is a very expensive city.
Thank you again!
Bianca Del Rosario
I hope you've had a good holiday in Singapore.
My apologies for not getting this up earlier. I've been overwhelmed with other things in life. And I feel dreadful when I think of the backlog of requests queuing up to be answered.
Anyways, I'll proceed to answer your questions for the benefit of future travellers to Singapore.
1) Itinerary Refinement
Your itinerary is very do-able. There's not much to change - except that if you plan on watching Songs of the Sea, you're never going to make it to Clarke Quay
at 9pm. But Clarke Quay opens till late and you'll still have lots of time if you make it there by 11pm.
2) Transport Savings
Except for the Night Safari
, you're visiting the places close to the city. So the MRT will be good enough. Take a taxi to the Night Safari to give yourself more time there.
3) Marina Bay - Things to Do
Apart from the mandatory photo against the city skyline, you'll be spoilt of choice if you like shopping: Marina Square, Suntec City, Marina Bay Sands, Raffles City and Peninsula Plaza, and more.
You could also take a Singapore River Cruise
from a few spots in the Marina Bay area.
Obviously the Singapore River
is nearby and offers some good distractions.
To everybody reading this belated Q&A post: have a great vacation in Singapore.