Gardens By the Bay

 Adventure |   Park

Duration of visit: 2-3 Hours
 Timings: 5 am 2 am for outdoor gardens; 9 am 9 pm for conservatories and OCBC Skyway
 Entry Fee: Free for outdoor gardens; S$28 for adults, S$15 for children for conservatories; S$5 for adults, S$3 for children for OCBC Skyway

Gardens by the Bay is settled in Central Singapore, the floral gardens of the future, the land of next-upbringing Super trees, high-technology space-mound and fantastic sculptures. Gardens by the Bay are popular for the honor and inspiration for their contemporary structure and the mesmerizing Garden Rhapsody, the light and sound show. The garden is split into three sections namely: Bay East, Bay South, and Bay Central, a garden that joins to the other two made along the seaside. Of these sections, Bay South is the largest. The world's tallest indoor waterfall in the Cloud Forest greenhouse is another major site to appreciate. A walk around Gardens by the Bay also offers a journey to the climate-controlled conservatories and the Super trees that are worth visiting.

Underwater World

 Adventure |   Park

 Duration of visit: 1-2 Hours
 Timings: 10 am – 7 pm
 Entry Fee: S$29.90 for adults, S$20.60 for children aged 3 – 12 years, Free for children below 3 years old

The grand sketch of SEA Aquarium is the Open Ocean Tank-world's largest observing panel at 36-m long and 8.3m high. This is also the only aquarium in the world to house the monster oceanic manta ray. The state-of-the-art complex is home to over 100,000 sea animals, widen across 10 sections and 49 living animals found between Southeast Asia, Australia and Africa. This wondering marine world is home to varied tropical marine biodiversity such as the Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphin, scalloped hammerhead shark, nurse shark, giant moray eel, poison arrow frog, clownfish, sea nettle, giant Pacific octopus and the Japanese spider crab. Special species like the guitarfish and the chambered nautilus are also found here. The Sea Aquarium complex also houses the associative family-friendly exhibition which inspects the history of the maritime Silk Route.

Timings: 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Time Required: 1-2 hrs

Night Safari

 Adventure |   Park

 Duration of visit: 4-5 Hours
 Timings: Daily 7:15 pm to 12 am.
 Entry Fee: Regular pricing for children of 3-12 years- $30; Adult- $45; Senior- $18

World's first night-loving zoo, Singapore Night Safari is situated next to the equally famous Singapore Zoo. Living more than 130 species of animals, it uses the open-theory paddock or cable cars to take the tourists on a 45-minute mentioned tour of its night loving animals and natural surroundings. While the affectionate creatures such as deer roam the park freely, the more aggressive animals like lions and tigers are kept in enclosed barricades. Cultural performances are a regular part of Singapore Night Safari - don't miss out the high-energy, fire-revolving Thumbuakar Performance held daily at the entrance arcade.

River Safari

 Adventure |   Park

 Duration of visit: 4-5 Hours
 Timings: Daily 10 Am to 7 Pm.
 Entry Fee: Adults- $27; Children from 3 to 12 years- $18; for Senior Citizens- $14

River Safari is must paying a visit to because they have the adorable red panda. Its rot-colored fur and fox fur will make you fall in love with it. But there are more animals to see besides just pandas at this river-themed safari. This park is home to more than 6000 animals, out of which 40 are imperiled. When here do make a point to see the freshwater aquarium here which is the largest in the world. Introduce your family and kids with you and fill their eyes with pure wonder.

Location: The River Safari is located right next to the famous Singapore Zoo at 80 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore, 729826
Price: Adults- $27; Children from 3 to 12 years- $18; for Senior Citizens- $14
Opening Hours: It is Open Daily from 10am-7pm

Universal Studios Theme Park

 Adventure |   Park

 Duration of visit: 5-6 Hours
 Timings: Daily 10 Am to 6 Pm.
 Entry Fee: INR 3600 for adults, INR 2700 for kids aged 0 12

Universal Studios Singapore is a widely famous theme park located in Resorts World Sentosa. With 28 thrilling rides, thrilling activities, and entertainment shows, the park is mostly popular among children and adults. Live shows featuring larger-than-life versions of favorite characters are performed every day. Universal Studios in Singapore is differentiated into seven fun sections – Hollywood, New York, The Lost World, Madagascar, Far Far Away, Sci-Fi City, and Ancient Egypt. The sections are constructed with state-of-the-art design and are meant to transport tourists to different eras – trade with themed activities, restaurants serving imported elegance, and stores with official commodities, each section is a wonderland in itself. Universal Studios Singapore promises to be an exciting getaway for the tourists.

Timings: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Time required: 6-7 hours

Botanical Gardens

 Adventure |   Park

 Duration of visit: 2-3 Hours
 Timings: 5 am midnight.
Entry Fee: Free (some attractions may have an admission fee)

Among the many Singapore tourist attractions, it was the Botanical Gardens that earned Singapore its first UNESCO World Heritage nomination. The gardens preserve pieces of Singapore's wild heritage and present it to the world in the most beguiling fashion that makes people want to stay ehre forever! Nature lovers and wildlife fans will fnd themselves hooked to the many natural attractions of this beautiful garden spaces.

Location: 1 Cluny Rd, Singapore 259569
Opening hours: 5 am midnight
Attractions: National Orchid Garden, Eco-Garden, Bonsai Garden, Eco-Lake
Entry fee: Free (some attractions may have an admission fee)

S.E.A. Aquarium

 Adventure |   Park

 Duration of visit: 2-3 Hours
 Timings: 10 AM – 7 PM.
 Entry Fee: Free (some attractions may have an admission fee)

The S.E.A Aquarium in Singapore is counted amidst the most wonderful creations of humankind on this entire island nation. It is essentially a large aquarium that houses more than 1,000 species of marine life, the likes of which include hammerhead sharks, bottlenose dolphins, and stingrays. Accommodating a total of 49 habitats and over 1,00,000 aquatic animals that people come to see from far and wide, this aquarium is among the best places to visit in Singapore for those who are drawn to the wonders of the sea and love to witness marine life in their natural habitat. It also offers immersive experiences like playing with starfish (under supervision), diving, and sea walking.

Location: 8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa Island, Singapore
Timings: 10 AM – 7 PM

Sentosa Island Complex

 Adventure |   Park

 Duration of visit: 2-3 Hours
 Timings: 10 AM – 7 PM.
Entry Fee: SGD 43 - SGD 185

A tiny island just off the seashore, Sentosa is a place hustle with entertainment and cheerfulness. It provides a day long trip with some remarkable memories for life. If daylong experience and fun is in your mind, then Sentosa is exactly the kind of place you should visit. Filled with charm and beauty, the tiny island is dotted with extensive gardens including a butterfly garden, entertaining parks, a heart-stopping aquarium, beach clubs with energetic music, a genetic village and the highlight of the island, a huge Merlion Statue. One can take escalators to reach the top of this statue that consist of a lion head and body of a fish to viewer a stunning view. The country is only take care of fort, Fort Siloso, is also situated on the island. Siloso Beach is for those searching for solace at the beach with volleyball. The place can be easily caught up by hired cars, bus, cable car or even Sentosa Express that costs SGD 4.

Entry Fee: SGD 43 - SGD 185

Singapore Flyer

 Adventure |   Park

 Duration of visit: 2-3 Hours
 Timings: 8 am 10:30 pm
 Entry Fee: S$33 for adults, S$21 for children aged 3 12, S$24 for seniors
Singapore Flyer is Asia's largest gigantic viewing wheel. Offering a 360-degree heart stopping extensive view of the Lion City, the big Ferris wheel is constructed on a 3-story terminal building at the Marina Bay. The major charm of the Singapore Flyer is the 28 city-bus-sized air-conditioned capsules, plot to carry 28 passengers through a 30-minute mind-blowing journey of Singapore's skyline. For a special dining adventure, enjoy the Singapore Flyer's special in-flight dining packages, along with the world's first full-menservants sky dining experience. The flyer also houses the world's first 6-D motion ride at state-of-the-art XD Theatre. Singapore Flyer's formation is reported in a multimedia display called 'Journey of Dreams', an on-site magnified reality show.

Merlion Park

 Adventure |   Park

 Duration of visit: 2-3 Hours
 Timings: 8 am 10:30 pm
Entry Fee: Free

The presence of this masterpiece of a half lion and half mermaid is the reason Singapore is this recognized. The mythical Merlion has a tale for its visitors. The body represents ancient businesses of Singapore which were fishing and the head represents Singapore’s originally used Name- Singapura which meant ‘The Lion City’. This waterfront park is located right in the center of the city and overlooks the Marina Bay. The statue towers at a height of 8.6 m and is around 70 tonnes in weight. This is the perfect picture spot to take a cute memorable pic.

Location: Fullerton Road, Marina Bay, Singapore
Admission: Free
Opening Hours: All day long

La Brasserie Rang Mahal

One among the top restaurants in Singapore, La Brasserie, which is an in-house fine-dining restaurant of The Fullerton Bay Hotel. At La Brasserie, everyone can enjoy some seriously hearty French dishes that represent the French cuisine. You can prepare into some peasant mains like steak and frites, sea bass filled with roasted ratatouille, and the almighty kind hearted duck comfits. And don’t forget desserts like the ‘oh-so-French crème brulee’ and the rich, ‘creamy chocolate mousse.

Opening hours: Mon to Sun 12:00 pm-3:00 pm and 6:30 pm-10:30 pm


One of the finest multi-cuisine buffet restaurants in Singapore, Colony offers eight different cuisines and live counters which include Indian, Chinese, Indonesian, Malaysian, and more. Although not a typical Indian restaurant, nonetheless, the food coming out of its Indian kitchen has won praise far and wide and thus we have included it in our list.

Must Try: Prawn Kali Mirch, Lassoni Lamb Steak, and assorted naans

     Cost for two: Average INR 11000 (5500 per person)

     Location: 7 Raffles Avenue, The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore, 039799

The Forlino 

No doubt, Forlino is the best Italian restaurant here for nice-dinner. The restaurant has collected a lot of fans due to its classic latest Italian dishes. If you want to try some enormously full of flavor pasta; you must pay a visit to the place. You can try ‘Spaghetti cheese and pepper ‘or a lavish serving of fresh Maine oyster. Forlino changes its menu on weekly basis depending on which ingredients are the freshest.

Opening hours: Mon to Sun 12:00 pm-2:30 pm and 6:30 pm-10:30 pm

Min Jiang Restaurant

If you’re hungering for some peppery Szechuan and mouth watering Cantonese cuisine,  Min Jiang Restaurant is the place where you must visit. One of the excellent Chinese restaurant in Singapore, it was constructed in 1982 and famous for outlandish delicious dishes like duck pancakes and a wide variety of cheese dumplings.

Opening hours: Mon to Fri 11:30 am-2:30 pm and 6:30 pm-10:30 pm | Sat 11:30 am-2:30 pm and 3:00 pm-5:30 pm and 6:30 pm-10:30 pm | Sun 11:00 am-2:30 pm and 3:00 pm-5:30 pm and 6:30 pm-10:30 pm

Patara Thai Fine Dining

One of the most popular restaurants in Singapore, Patara Thai Fine Dining is paradise for those who want to try some unique and delectable Thai food. When you pay a visit to Patara, you recognize that Thai food isn’t just about phad Thai, green curry, and mango soupy rice. You can consume one some special cuisines like spicy and sour prawn soup, pan-roasted lamb holder with lemongrass, mint and coriander sauce.

Opening hours: Mon to Sun 12:00 pm-3:00 pm and 6:00 pm-10:00 pm


One of the more traditional Indian serving restaurants in Singapore, Tandoor ever since it opened in 1985 has long been famous for its mouthwatering North Indian cuisine and vegetarian food. A must try for all who are looking for that familiar taste of their homeland.

  • Must Try: Chicken Tandoori, Chicken Tikka, Grilled Fish, and Dal Makhani
  • Cost for two: INR 6000
  • Location: Holiday Inn Singapore Orchard City Centre

Crystal Jade Golden Palace

Crystal Jade Golden Palace is among the exclusive Chinese restaurant in Singapore offering a luxurious fine-dining adventure. In Singapore, it is a tribe name for Chinese families when it comes to family dinners or celebrations. The restaurant serves dishes like fish noodle with king prawn, seafood with bean curd thick soup, and ‘Braised Teochew Duo Platter’. Also, Crystal Jade Golden Palace is a Bridgestone to prove its genuineness.

Opening hours: Mon to Fri 11:30 am-3:00 pm and 6:00 pm-10:00 pm | Sat 11:00 am-3:00 pm, 6:00 pm-10:30 pm | Sun 10:30 am-3:00 pm, 6:00 pm-10:30 pm

The Rabbit Stash Restaurant 

Rabbit Stash Restaurant serves art on a plate. Their food is so worthy that you won’t be able to stop yourself from clicking those charming dishes on your plate. The menu of this restaurant is a combo of French edible techniques with fragrant Asian flavors. Some special dishes they serve include smoked anchovy with Hokkaido scallops and slow-cooked Angus beef cheek.

Opening hours: Mon to Sat 6:30 pm-11:00 pm

Punjab Grill

Offering the best of everything North Indian, the Punjab Grill takes on a culinary journey that goes through Lahore, Peshawar, Amritsar, and more. This award winning restaurant is for the pure hearted North Indian food lovers who like everything else, like all things grand.

Must Try: Sarso ka saag, Chana Masala, Biryani, and Rogan Josh

Cost for two: INR 4500

Location: 2 Bayfront Avenue, B1-01A The Shoppes at Marina Bay

Joie By Dozo 

Joie by Dozo is a best place to take your partner on a romantic date. Currently, completely vegetarian, and peaceful, Joie is one of the best restaurants in Singapore for fine dining. Situated in the rich rooftop garden of Vineyard Central, it lets you enjoy extensive scenes while suggesting delicious dishes. They offer mains including pumpkin and spinach spaghetti, mushroom beefsteak, and soupy rice with eggplant countryside. You can also go for vegetable sashimi on ice, the Zucchini Tower, or desserts including red wine plundered pear. Even if you’re a non-vegetarian, you’ll be blustered away by the delicious taste.

Opening hours: Mon to Sun 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm and 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm

The Fullerton Bay Hotel- A waterfront splendour in Singapore

What can be a better way to enjoy the simple and magnificent beauty of Manali than from a hot air balloon hanging up in the sky! Manali is the perfect place to go for a hot air balloon ride in India because of its robustness and unique beauty. Slide smugly over the pink city at any of the two locations- Pushkar and Jaipur. You can catch a quick look of the decorated palaces, ancient castles and a lot of lakes.

       Cost- Rs 35,012/-

·         1 Double Bed.

·         Entertainment- LED TV.

·         Meals and Drinks- Room Service, Free tea and paid water bottles.

·         Bathroom- Private Bathroom with Bathtub.

We are providing a desk, phone and extra bed with charges Rs.200/-


World travelers have been singing Singapore’s appreciations since the all-suite Raffles Singapore first opened more than 130 years ago. This colonial-era landmark and the head property of Raffles Hotel have become compatible with peerless service and the elegance of past days. Period furnishings, ceiling fans and Oriental rugs atop teakwood floors adorn the 103 warm, inviting guest rooms; 12 themed “Personality Suites” are decorated with souvenirs of the personalities who’ve stayed there. Every cookery wish is satisfied at more than ten restaurants and bars, including Long Bar, the birthplace of the Singapore String, and the Lobby Lounge for English Afternoon Tea. Raffles Singapore is presently closed for reconstruction with a planned reopening at the end of this year.

·         Cost- Rs 48,930/-

·         1 Double Bed.

·         Entertainment- LED TV.

·         Meals and Drinks- Room Service, Free tea and paid water bottles.

·         Bathroom- Private Bathroom with Bathtub.

·         We are providing a desk, phone and extra bed with charges Rs.200/-

Shangri La Hotel- An icon of Asian hospitality

Shingra La is one of the best hotels in Singapore. Shangri La is offering true splendor of 15 botanical acres in the middle of the city. This is the original Shangri-La hotel, bragging a marble lobby, 747 beautiful and spacious decorated rooms, CHI spa, large pool, and outstanding service. Rooms are spread across three wings: blond-wood rooms inside the Tower Wing, rattan-and-wood Garden Wing rooms with balconies overlooking the pool, waterfall, and lush vegetation, and complete Valley Wing rooms which include unlimited champers and admiring afternoon tea. Family-friendly services include bathrobes for kids, surprise gifts, and babysitting available on request, an all-day international buffet. Personal dining for up to 6 people is available inside the Orchid, a flower-filled garden art piece.

·         Cost- Rs 14,680/-

·         1 Double Bed.

·         Entertainment- LED TV.

·         Meals and Drinks- Room Service, Free tea and paid water bottles.

·         Bathroom- Private Bathroom with Bathtub.

·         We are providing a desk, phone and extra bed with charges Rs.200/-

Hotel Fort Canning

A hilltop, 5-star devise hotel, combining frontier architecture with 21st century facilities. Once a primary school for British-trained Singaporean troops, this gracefully-replaced exclusive hotel is encircled by abundant vegetation and filled with historical monuments. Rooms are mid-sized, done in handled tones and marble tile floors, with a custom-built pillow menu available. Splendid garden rooms open out onto personal courtyard with sun decks, while Premium rooms come with balconies and designer equipped. Family-friendly services include a family pool and paddling pool, with a separate lap’s pool for serious swimmers. There’s also an excellent on-site spa and gym. Dining-wise, the stylish yet casual Salon serves Asian classics and Italian standards, while the Tisettanta Lounge specializes in expertly-mixed cocktails.

·         Cost- Rs 16,129/-

·         1 Double Bed.

·         Entertainment- LED TV.

·         Meals and Drinks- Room Service, Free tea and paid water bottles.

·         Bathroom- Private Bathroom with Bathtub.

·         We are providing a desk, phone and extra bed with charges Rs.200/-

Pan Pacific- To create unforgettable memories

Witness supreme luxury and indulgence at Pan Pacific, offering top-class stay experience in Singapore. Be it epicurean delights, modern rooms, jaw-dropping view of Marina Bay or well-appointed health club and fitness centres, Pan Pacific is unparalleled in all aspects. Be it complementary use of handy phone or availability of Meiko Tailor for bespoke tailoring, there is something wonderful for every guest, which makes it one of the top hotels in Singapore.

What’s special: Breakfast buffet at Edge Restaurant
Starting tariff: SDG 420 /night
Recommended room: Pacific Skyline Suite or Presidential Suite
Distance from airport: 18.8 km
Must visit tourist attractions: Pororo Park, The Cookie Museum and Waterfront Promenade

The Vagabond Club

Famous shop house turned stilted boutique hotel, situated between Little India and Kampong Glam Art is the main focus of The Vagabond Club; walls are lined with paintings, and there’s an artist-in-residence for guests to interconnect with. The heart of this hotel is the Vagabond Salon, considerably decorated in crimson and gold, with six gold-leaved banyan trees rising up to the dark ceiling, and a gold elephant diving out of one of the walls. All 41 designer guest rooms are faintly different in execution, though all are adorned out with deluxe fabrics against scenery of dark wood – some classic and deluxe rooms have terraces. Heritage building restrictions have kept facilities at the hotel to a minimum, but a state-of-the-art gym is due to open in 2017.

·         Cost- Rs 13,538/-

·         1 Double Bed.

·         Entertainment- LED TV.

·         Meals and Drinks- Room Service, Free tea and paid water bottles.

·         Bathroom- Private Bathroom with Bathtub.

·         We are providing a desk, phone and extra bed with charges Rs.200/-

Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore- An excellent 4-star property

Hotel Jen Tanglin is in sync with comfort, convenience, and up to the mark facilities. The hotel offers club lounge amenities, free internet access, and international calls on one hand and relaxing swimming pool, lush green garden, and round the clock access to gym & fitness centre on the other. All these facilities together have made Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore among the best business and leisure 4 star hotels in Singapore.

What’s special: Complimentary shuttle services to different parts of the city.
Starting tariff: SDG 336/night
Recommended room: Club Room
Distance from airport: 23.3 km
Must visit tourist attractions: Singapore Botanic Garden, Tanglin Mall Bazaar, Museum of Art and Design, Takashimaya and Orchard Road.

Amara Hotel and Resorts

At the heart of Central Business District of Singapore, this is one of the most popular business hotels and resorts in Singapore 92 well-appointed rooms, spacious banquet, authentic Chinese restaurants, Futsal court and Balinese swimming pool continues to overwhelm guests throughout the year.

What’s special: The hotel is located next to a shopping mall- 100 AM.
Starting tariff: SDG 294.50/night
Recommended room: Club Suite
Distance from airport: 22 km
Must visit tourist attractions: Universal Studios, China Town, Seng Wong Beo Temple and Singapore City Gallery.

 The St. Regis Singapore 

Singapore’s most luxurious 5-star hotel. Service here is outstanding and decoration is splendid elegant, with crystal corona and artwork by Picasso and Fernando Botero displayed. Chauffeur-driven Bentleys transport guests to the hotel, and each room and suite is allocated its own butler. Luxurious Art Deco guest rooms feature king-sized beds, Rich padding, French marble bathrooms, and Bose sound systems. Family stays are sheltered in interacting rooms, and family-friendly tours of the city can be organized by the attendant. Kids also enjoy the indoor tennis court and child-friendly pool. There’s excellent dining on-site and the Remedy Spa offers decadent treatments, indoor and outdoor Jacuzzis and a state-of-the-art gym. Outstanding destination between Singapore Botanic Gardens and luxury shopping on Orchard Road.

·         Cost- Rs 22,930/-

·         1 Double Bed.

·         Entertainment- LED TV.

·         Meals and Drinks- Room Service, Free tea and paid water bottles.

·         Bathroom- Private Bathroom with Bathtub.

·         We are providing a desk, phone and extra bed with charges Rs.200/-

Marina Bay Sands

Singapore’s most luxurious 5-star hotel. Service here is outstanding and decoration is splendid elegant, with crystal corona and artwork by Picasso and Fernando Botero displayed. Chauffeur-driven Bentleys transport guests to the hotel, and each room and suite is allocated its own butler. Luxurious Art Deco guest rooms feature king-sized beds, Rich padding, French marble bathrooms, and Bose sound systems. Family stays are sheltered in interacting rooms, and family-friendly tours of the city can be organized by the attendant. Kids also enjoy the indoor tennis court and child-friendly pool. There’s excellent dining on-site and the Remedy Spa offers decadent treatments, indoor and outdoor Jacuzzis and a state-of-the-art gym. Outstanding destination between Singapore Botanic Gardens and luxury shopping on Orchard Road.

·         Cost- Rs 22,930/-

·         1 Double Bed.

·         Entertainment- LED TV.

·         Meals and Drinks- Room Service, Free tea and paid water bottles.

·         Bathroom- Private Bathroom with Bathtub.

·         We are providing a desk, phone and extra bed with charges Rs.200/-

Stroll Along Marina Bay Waterfront Promenade

Marina Bay Waterfront Promenade is a 3.5-kilometre along-the-bay walkway that brings people across many charms at Marina Centre, and the Bay front. The promenade is architectural as an ecological fun area. There are fog sprays to reduce the stress of guests from the firing of Singapore heat; a gentle wind shelters with motion sensor fans to provide guests with a cool stop from a tour walking around the bay. Singapore’s Marina Bay is a real charm of nature, beautify with the most noisy skyscrapers and uniquely architectural buildings. The promenade is there to give locals and visitors an up-close view of the bay. It also serves as a viewing area for various public events.

Ticket: Free

Opening Hours: 24/7

Explore Orchard Road

The Orchard road is the Fashion Street of Singapore. Orchard Road is a 2.2-kilometre shopping and amusement avenue in the heart of Singapore. The avenue is magnificently filled with luxury shopping malls, restaurants, and hotels. Orchard Road owes its name to its past as a farming area filled with fruit orchards. Modern-day Orchard sees all the spacious shopping centers rising and shining. A walk along Orchard is a chance to know how flaring and beautiful Singapore is. A lot of innovation and love were put into decorations and lighting to make the place shiny. ION Orchard, Paragon, Orchard Central, Nghe Ann City, Plaza Singapura, and Tangs are the most loved malls in this popular street.

Ticket: Free

Opening Hours: 10:00 AM-10:00 PM

Singapore Festivals

Colorful, vibrant, crowded, and hip – such is the scene of festivals of Singapore. Enjoy various festivals and carnivals and enjoy their fun celebrations. Don’t miss among Singapore festivals are the Lunar New Year, Deepavali, Hari Raya Puasa and Mid-autumn festival. Indulge in hearty celebrations with food, lights, laughter, and fireworks. Make sure you plan your trip around a major festival in Singapore so that you do not miss out on the fun!

What’s Exclusive: Meet new people and make some amazing friends.

Explore Downtown Singapore on a Bumboat 

Bumboat refers to a small boat or water taxi that is used for quick transport and river tours. These bumboats are often coloured with eyes and faces probably to “see the danger ahead.”There are two bumboat service companies in Singapore – Singapore River Cruise and Singapore River Explorer. They follow a similar route with stops at the Promenade, Boat Quay, Clarke Quay, Clemenceau, and Robertson Quay. A bumboat ride down Singapore River is the affordable and fastest way to see the outstanding sights of downtown Singapore. You can relieve at the boat deck and enjoy the breeze as the boat swigs along the river.

Tickets: River Cruise: S$25 (adult), S$15 (child)
River taxis: S$5 per trip

Spend A Day in Sentosa 

Sentosa Island is nicknamed as “Asia’s Favorite Playground”. It is situated 15 minutes away from the city center and characterizes thrilling attractions that make it a fantastic island resort for rest and entertainment. The island served as a fortress in the 19th century and became a military base after the Second World War. These days, Fort Siloso still stands as a military museum that exhibits old guns and war souvenirs. Some locals describe the today Sentosa Island as Las Vegas in a forest on the beach. This is an appropriate explanation given Sentosa’s choices of fun-filled activities like casinos, forest adventures, and beach resorts. Guests of all ages are promised to have a magnificent time at Sentosa Island’s precious metals that are slouched across sandy beaches and green rainforests. At Sentosa Island, you will forget the meaning of boring!

Southern Ridges

The trail is stretched between Mount Faber and National University of Singapore (NUS). Not an arduous walk, it is suitable for people even with mild medical conditions. Breathtaking views and perfect places for selfies, makes this place popular among people of all age groups. Carry extra water bottles and do not buy plastic bottles. You can refill them at various places in Singapore, even the restaurants you visit.

What’s Exclusive: 10 km trail with panoramic views.

Preferred time: Any time of the week is apt to stroll on these ridges. Surely, a good thing to do in Singapore for free.

Souk Up Chinese Culture in Chinatown

Chinatown is a cheerful mix of old and new at the city’s central area of Singapore. It is a gold pit of Chinese estate and culture with its old temples, famous shop houses, and heritage wet markets. Family-run stores and teahouses can also be found here, giving guests a glance of the old Chinatown. In disparity, boutique hotels, chic restaurants, and hip bars also exist and add a spacious touch to this enchanting town. Chinatown offers a different Chinese beauty that cannot be found in other parts in Singapore, a typically Chinese city. Take pleasure in the fun and thrill at Chinatown’s street market. Wrangle your way with the vendors to get the best deals on a wide variety of goods. Follow the scent of barbecue at Food Street and pig out on stay, dim sum, seafood, noodles, and other mouth-watering fare.

Photos With Merlion Statues

Now, now, did you know how many Merlions adorn the city of Singapore? Well, it’s 8 in number. Go and hunt these down and pose for a picture with all of them. Now this is what I am talking about when I say free stuff to do in Singapore. Explore, traverse, and enjoy! And the best part – your pictures of Merlion will look fabulous on your Instagram feed!

What’s Exclusive: Exhilarating hunt for all 8 Merlions.
Preferred time: Any time of the day.

Go Clubbing in Clarke Quay

Clarke Quay is the leading nightlife hub in Singapore. As soon as the sun sets, Clarke Quay changes into a lively and energetic night spot. This ancient riverfront district was named after Singapore’s 2nd Governor, Sir Andrew Clarke. The quay was shelter to warehouses that stored trade goods conveyed from the nearby Boat Quay. Today, the old warehouses have been transformed into blocks of bars and restaurants that attract celebrant to this side of Singapore. Clarke Quay’s riverfront destination makes it a perfect spot to go around and relax after a day touring Singapore. The cool light air from the river lends fresh air to the rushed night scene. Everyone is promised to have a good time at Clarke Quay with its varied choices of trendy dance clubs, live music bars, and beer pubs.

Gardens By The Bay

Gardens by the Bay is a spacious green space that takes 101 hectares in central Singapore. This creative visitor paradise was born from an international architecture competition to create an urban garden in the city center. The project was aimed to seal Singapore’s title as a “City in a Garden”. The park is divided into three major sections: Bay South Garden, Bay East Garden and Bay Central Garden. Since its opening in 2012, Gardens by the Bay has been visited by more than 20 million visitors. The garden’s advanced theory perfectly merge nature and modern technology, creating an awe-stimulate revolutionary wonderland. Part in wide-eyed wonder at every mound and garden feature. Enjoy the free entry to the sky walk and see the gardens from above!

Ticket: Free

Orchard Perfumes 

Talking about national flower of Singapore, Orchids have beautiful smell, and it would make sense to buy these Orchid marinate perfumes for your loved ones or yourself when it's time to go back. With a classic collection featuring male and female fragrances, enchanting names like Aranda, Orchids by the Bay, One degree north satisfies everyone, and fragrance superbly catches the memories of the trip to keep it alive.

Cost: SGD 28 - SGD 168 (Depends on size)
Where to buy: Marina Bay Cruise Center - 61 Marina Coastal Drive
 Singapore Visitor Center: 216 Orchard Road, Orchard Gateway Emerald
 All big departmental stores and supermarkets

Marina Bay

Known for being the most glorious attraction in Singapore, the area of Marina Bay is home to a cluster of famous malls. All of these stores here are great places for both buying high-end brands and indulging in offbeat Singapore shopping. From local brands to international ones which you may have never heard of, everything can be spotted here at a price you might have to think about twice.

Timings: While most malls stay open from 10 AM to 10 PM, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands stay open till 11 PM every day, and till 11:30 PM on Friday and Saturday.

Popular Malls In Marina Bay:

  • Raffles City
  • The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands


This market area is one of the most fascinating and best shopping places in Singapore for those on a budget. It is certainly a great place to buy spices, souvenirs, and clothes since all the shops across the road sell it at throwaway prices. Also, you can heartily bargain here until you feel satisfied with your buy!

Timings: While some stores stay open till 6 PM, some close late in the night by 11 PM.

Popular Things To Buy In Singapore For Tourists:

  • Satin Chinese style robes
  • Spices
  • Souvenirs

Popular Stores In Chinatown:

  • Ann Siang Road
  • Books Actually
  • Chinatown Point & Singapore Handicraft Center

Souvenirs with Miniature Merlion

Merlion is an outlandish man-made creature with the upper half representing lion and another half the body of a mermaid. While the upper lion head represents Singapore's original name, i.e. Singapura, meaning 'lion city', the lower half represents the island's origin as a fishing village. Many souvenirs like key chains, refrigerator magnets, can openers, ashtrays, as well as chocolates with small scale merlion, are present to choose from, at various guests attraction areas including Chinatown.

Cost: Starts from SGD 2 per item
Where to buy: All souvenir shops island wide

Asian Artifacts 

Asian monuments are something you cannot miss on and should for sure be brought back home. From unique classical pieces for your home to gorgeous series of concentric circles, these are the most famous items in Singapore for gifting basis.

Where to buy: Chinatown
- Holland Village
- Tangling Shopping Centre

Coconut Jam 

Traditional breakfast of the Singaporeans consists of - Kaya Toast along with soft boiled eggs. Due to its huge popularity, every guest gets to try it and definitely seems influenced with what Kaya spread has for the taste buds. Kaya is a jam made from coconut milk, eggs, sugar and pandan leaves, and is even used as a topping for various desserts and cakes due to its magnificent taste.

Cost: From SGD 5 - SGD 10 per jar
Where to buy: Ya Kun Kaya Toast shops (Island wide)
- Supermarkets (Island wide)
- Changi Airport souvenir shops

Clarke Quay

Apart from the fancy waterfront restaurants, there are also a great range of boutique stores, fashion outlets, and malls along this breathtaking quay. Being a home to high-end brands from across the world, this is the best place to splurge on shopping.
Timings: Most of the stores stay open from 10 AM to 10 PM

Popular Places In Clarke Quay:

  • Central Clarke Quay
  • Clarke Quay
  • Riverside Point
  • Great World City

Laksa Paste 

Edible items including Bak-Kwa and Kaya Spread, Laksa paste is another consumable gift for your friends and family. A perfect mixture of Malay and Chinese styles of cooking, it is a traditional perception noodle soup made of laksa leaves, prawn paste, lemongrass and coconut milk. To make this appetizing consumable gift suitable for transportation, laksa soup base is frozen which is then sold as a ready-to-cook paste. There are various other pastes available in Supermarkets including satay sauces, chicken rice paste and many more.

Cost: SGD 5 - SGD 10 (Depend on Quantity)
Where to buy: Supermarkets nationwide
-Changi Airport souvenir shop

Singapore Pressed Pennies

Once it's time to return to your local place, taking a lifetime of unforgettable memories from Singapore, and you are bewildered about the gifts for your friends or want to take a souvenir for yourself and your family, Pressed pennies are the best option. These are broad coins carved with iconic designs that make excellent souvenir tokens. Automatic penny demolish machines are placed at various guests attraction places allowing visitors to make their own pressed penny souvenirs.

Cost: SGD 2 per penny
Where to buy: Universal Studios Singapore
- Gardens By The Bay gift shop
- National Museum of Singapore
- Suntec City Mall
- Resorts World Sentosa
- Singapore Coins and Notes Museum

Gold Platted Orchid 

The spacious luxurious gifts for your special someone. Gold Plated Orchids are real orchids plated in 24K gold which is used to make elegant jewellery, as well as formal common gifts, like a card and pen holder. Being one of the most exclusive and genuine souvenirs, one has to pay a little more, extracted out a little more shopping budget.

Cost: SGD 60 onwards
Where to buy: RISIS stores at:
- Suntec City Mall
-The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands
- Gardens by the Bay
- National Orchid Garden at Singapore Botanic Gardens
- Tangs Orchard
- Changi Airport, Terminal 3

Enquiry Now
Please enable JavaScript in your browser to complete this form.