Whether or not you have been to Singapore, there’s so much to explore and experience that even a lifetime of holidays might seem less. That being said, if you have just three days in hand and what to have as much bite of that paradise as you could, here are some ideas to get your 3-day Singapore holiday package.
Chinatown-Civic District-Sentosa Island
Day 1: Give your 3 days to these two places and you would have lived the world in this short span. Start the trip as early as possible to get the most of it. Chinatown will take most of your first day and the half of the other but there’s nothing to regret as a lot is waiting to be explored. Many pagodas, mosques, street shops and malls are just a part of you walking tour. If you are in time for Mid-autumn festival or Singapore heritage festival, it’s even better. Shop till drop or just keep your eyes glues to the artifacts to admire and appreciate. Then there are unique restaurants and street foods to taste, followed by Orchard Road and Night Safari.
Day 2: Next day is for City’s Civic District to get imoressed by imposing buildings. Add Padang Cricket Club to the list as well and then head to pose with the iconic yet mythical Merlion Statue in Merlion Park. Marina Bay with its gallery is another must visit place. Time for Setosa Island; artificial beach, Tiger Sky Tower, Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom await you. The cable ride to come back to the city on Mt. Faber is another fun thing.
Day 3: Universal Studio is a must-visit on the third day if you have never been to. You would be practically living the Hollywood movies.
Kampong Glam-Katong/JooChiat-Chinatown-TiongBahru-Orchard Road-Bugis-Little India
Day 1: By the headers the list of places you are going to visit in Singapore might appear long but this one’s going to be a relaxed tour as you are picking places and investing time, which is also cool. So let the luxury, history and culture soothe your eyes while you look for great restaurants like Singapore ZamZam for breakfast. Then, tour Civic District to lay your eyes on majestic architecture before heading to places like Raffles Hotel for lunch. Or would you do that later? After that, head towards National Gallery Singapore for a unique modern art experience. In the evening, Singapore River is ready to embrace you on a cruise for Boat Quay, Robertson Quay and Clarke Quay. You can choose your pick for dinner at Clarke Quay and have a wonderful nightlife experience.
Day 2: JooChiat/Katong is on our list this morning. After a great breakfast at any of the great restaurants, feel free to explore the home of the Peranakans (Google the word!). Reserve your afternoon for Chinatown which is a load of task in itself.Waiting are the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple & Museum, and more. Have your lunch and post lunch snack here at any of the stalls or restaurants. Then take a taxi to TiongBahru where old amalgamates with new. Choose place for Dinner and drinks and relax.
Day 3: This is a green day; a time to be well spent in the company of Nature at Singapore Botanical Garden, a 150-year old destination declared proudly as UNESCO World Heritage Site. Then shop till dropat Orchard Road, luxury brands or thrift shopping- your choice and the Bugis with Korean-themed stores. Last but not the least is to explore Little India, great for dinner and post dinner shopping.