Four days itinerary of fun for this Singapore summer travel

Asia Travel Jun 13, 2019

Traveling in Singapore, tourists cannot help but visit Chinatown; Singapore zoo; Singapore botanical garden; River Safari, the world’s largest freshwater aquarium; Marina Bay Sands is designed as a yacht located on three skyscrapers; Little India; Maxwell Road Hawker food center …

 

Day 1: Culinary and entertainment experience

 

Start the journey to Singapore with a memorable experience at Hong Lim Market & Food Center, visitors have the opportunity to enjoy food as a native.

The popular cuisine area is an indispensable feature in Singapore culture.

Here, you will want to eat delicious dishes at Michelin Bib Gourmand-winning restaurants that recognize delicious restaurants at affordable prices. If you don’t want to get lost in the Singapore culinary paradise, don’t forget to consult the Michelin Guide to find international-standard cuisine recommendations, rated by the world’s leading experts.

Ordinary eating areas often do not have a reservation service, so food devotees can place a small item such as wrapping paper, or a business card on the seat to hold the seat. In addition, diners who want to enjoy the cuisine at family eateries can go to Boon Tong Kee restaurant and freely fill the hungry belly with plates of fragrant Hai Nam chicken rice, fried tofu and popular fried frog dish.

 

Manhattan is where Bang Di enjoys nightlife in Singapore.

If you fancy the vibrant nightlife of this beautiful island nation, end the first day of your schedule in Manhattan – the name that tops the list of the 50 best bars in Asia in 2018. This is where you get Immerse yourself in the interference between melodious melodies, and hundreds of cocktail blends.

 

If you fancy the vibrant nightlife of this beautiful island nation, end the first day of your schedule in Manhattan – the name that tops the list of the 50 best bars in Asia in 2018. This is where you get Immerse yourself in the interference between melodious melodies, and hundreds of cocktail blends.

 

Day 2: Discover art and shopping

 

Traveling to Singapore, spend the second day experiencing the rich cultural and artistic treasures at the Singapore International Festival of Arts (SIFA). Taking place from May 16 to June 2, the event will turn Arts House art museum into a home of festivals, full of unique experiences in all areas: Theater, music, dance, cinema, visual arts.

 


SIFA 2019 cheers and honors artworks from all over the world.

 


Perfume Oo La Lab offers a unique experience for scent followers.

 

Day 3: Dating with nature

 

On the 3rd day, visitors can enjoy nature at Floral Fantasy, the newest greenhouse of Gardens by the Bay with more than 15,000 flowers. Not only satisfied with the poetic beauty of 4 gardens, visitors also experience 4D technology and transform into a dragonfly, free to explore Gardens by the Bay. In addition, visitors can buy tickets online to save time queuing and enjoy many attractive deals.

This summer, join your family and friends to experience the classic Floral Fantasy garden.

In the afternoon, continue to mingle with nature with Floating Donut and experience dining right on the famous Marina Bay. While visitors are enjoying a luxurious meal, the donut-shaped boat will depart Clifford Pier, drifting down to the Collyer Quay and circling Marina Bay.

 

Day 4: Cultural experience

 

On the last day in the Singapore travel schedule, visitors can learn more about the island’s unique culture at the Singapore national gallery. Coming to the gallery this summer, visitors will relive important historical landmarks through the Awakenings artworks: Art in Society in Asia (Awakening: Art in Asian society).

In addition, Children’s Biennale installation artworks will also be present at the exhibition, providing a learning experience that helps liberate children’s imagination and creativity.


Hidden in the Singapore national gallery Gallery & Co – where art items are available nowhere else.

In particular, there is an interesting experience at the national gallery that not everyone knows about, it’s the Gallery & Co. store. Here, visitors can own their own souvenir from famous exhibitions, or bury their heads in art books in a quiet café space.

You can close the schedule with the experience of the newly opened Jewel Changi complex in Singapore. With more than 280 shopping stores and eateries, Jewel attracts thousands of visitors to shop, experience and live virtual with sparkling photos at HSBC Rain Vortex – the tallest indoor waterfall in the world.

In addition, visitors to Jewel after June 10 will experience a variety of exciting activities at Canopy Park, with labyrinths, gardens and amusement parks with huge slides.


Jewel Changi complex is the perfect destination for photographers.

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