8 must do things in Singapore- A two day guide
Singapore might be the smallest country in South East Asia but it’s definitely not short on things to do. Singapore has a beautiful mix of cultures, architecture and iconic sights. You might feel like you’ve stepped onto another planet with Singapores futuristic vibes.
The easiest and most affordable way to get around Singapore is by getting a tourist pass for the MRT. A 2 day pass costs $26 and you will get $10 refunded when you hand your card back in. This pass will give you unlimited transport for you 2 days in Singapore- How good is that?
Here are 8 things to do in 2 days whist in Singapore:
A vibrant town surrounded by colourful, picturesque buildings, a place that’s full of character. The perfect place to go to try local food or to do a spot of shopping. This spot is only a short walk from the MTR station- perfect if you don’t have a lot of time to explore.
Art science museum
Something a little different from your usual sight seeing, Art Science museum has an incredible range of installations. A must see is the Future World exhibit. Enjoy exploring this museum whilst having lots of fun.
Opening times– 10am-7pm
Gardens by the bay
A magical place where nature meets the future. Spend the day exploring this enchanting park and taking in all the views. Most notable spots to see are Supertree Grove, Cloud forest and the Flower Dome. A beautiful learning experience. Stick around for the light show at 7pm- it’s truly wonderful.
Opening times– 5am- 2am Note– Other attractions open at 9am, times vary.
View from marina bay sands
You’ve probably seen this insta famous building before but have you seen the view from the top? Head to the observation deck to see an incredible view of the city. Seeing Gardens by the Bay from above is a sight to see.
Unfortunately we lost our photos from here so you will have to take my word for it about the view 😉
Koon seng Road
Another insta famous place- but did you know these houses were built in the 1920s and inhabited by Perankan Chinese people? Some of the original families still live there so ensure to be respectful when visiting these picturesque houses.
A hipster neighbourhood full of little boutiques and cafes. Enjoy the street art and chilled vibes of this cool alley way. Make sure to visit Muscat Street too which is very close by.
Masjid Sultan Mosque
A beautiful Mosque with huge golden domes situated on the vibrant Muscat Street- named after Oman’s capital. Enjoy strolling through Muscat street after a visit to Masjid Sultan and catch a little glimpse of the Arabic culture in Singapore.
Masjid Sultan opening times– 10am- 4pm
If you are a Friends fan then this cute cafe is a must. Sit back and chill with a cuppa and watch an episode or two of Friends.
Tip- this cafe is pretty expensive, eat before going and only get a drink. The hot chocolate is yummy. Oh, and get here early for a good spot or you can reserve a table before you go on their website.
Opening times– 11am- 11pm
Where to stay
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