Gardens By The Bay – 2pm
One of Singapore’s most popular attractions, the Gardens are definite must-visit! Just a 10 minute walk away from Bayfront MRT station, this is the perfect venue to spend your afternoon. Most people think that the Gardens just consist of the 2 conservatories – Flower dome and Cloud Forest, the Gardens actually spans 101 hectares of reclaimed land! There are 3 different sectors – Bay South, Bay East and Bay Central, each consisting of different smaller gardens that you have to visit! Pack some food for an easy afternoon picnic lunch at the park and be blown away by what nature has to give.
Purchase Gardens by the Bay admission tickets with LocoMole and get your free Gardens By The Bay Trail for your self-guided walking tour learning about the stories and sights of Gardens by the Bay.
Getting there: Bayfront MRT station, or walk over from Marina Bay Sands.
Gardens By The Bay
Gardens By the Bay Tour Singapore – Come and take a walk in the clouds! Enter a kingdom where the branches of massive Supertrees caress the sky, where old olive trees are tickled by playful orchid blooms. Tiptoe along misty passages under a giant glass dome, and stick out your...
Singapore Night Trail
What to do at night in Singapore? Are you bored of staying in the hotel as night falls? Check out the Night Trail for places in Singapore that come alive after 6pm! Whether you’re looking to drink, hang out, or simply have a memorable time, these hip and happening locations...
Back to Hotel – 1am
It’s been a long day. Especially if you’ve been out clubbing, having supper or looking at animals! It’s time to get some sleep and prepare yourself for yet another day of fun.
Day 2 – Sentosa Island, Resort World and Universal Studio!
Rise and Shine – 10am
It’s sleep-in day considering you partied so hard last night! If you miss out on the breakfast buffet provided by your hotel, don’t forget about all the food that hawker centres serve, which taste as good as (some even better, in my opinion) hotel food.
Sentosa – 11am
Ah Sentosa, yet another world-famous Singapore attraction. A small island resort off the southern coast of Singapore, you’ll be able to get there by taxi, bus or monorail. Otherwise aptly known as “The State of Fun”, you’ll be spoilt for choice as to what to do here! Pick between activities such as the Skywalk, Luge, iFly and many more!
You can get Sentosa Fun Passes to bundle differerent activities at big savings!Aside from just having fun, Sentosa is also home to a wide range of history that history buffs will be excited to uncover.
Check out the Sentosa Attractions trail by LocoMole to find out more about what you can do at Sentosa and how you can make the most out of your time there! Purchase your Sentosa attraction tickets with LocoMole and get the Sentosa Must-See Trail for free!
Universal Studios Singapore – 2pm
Still craving for more fun? Head to Singapore’s very own Universal Studio located at Sentosa! There’s something for everyone here – whether you’re a thrill-seeker or a family looking for something fun for your children and even you! There are also 4D shows (which are absolutely stunning!) and kiddy rides.
Tips: Avoid going on the weekends so to avoid the long queues! Check out the checklist that one of our writers came up with after having spent her day at USS too! You do not want to miss out on this adventure.
SEA Aquarium- 5pm
Tired from all the exhilarating rides you’ve sat on at USS? Located a mere 10 minute walk away is the S.E.A Aquarium! Home to over 1,000 species of underwater creatures, the last 2 hours you spend here on Sentosa Island will be 2 hours filled with awe. Also home to the Maritime Experiential Museum, you’ll be able to visit 2 attractions for the price of 1!
Even if you’re not into sea creatures, do give the aquarium a chance! There are so many picturesque and scenic photography spots within the aquarium, that you should definitely do it for the ‘Gram!
Back to Hotel – 10pm
It’s been a long day of FUN, so it’s time to head home and get some rest! It’s your second last day in Singapore and there’s still tons to do.
Day 3 – Cultural Singapore via Chinatown, Little India & Kampong Glam
Rise and Shine – 9am
Wakey wakey! If you’re into all things cultural and historical, day 3 will be your favourite day. It’s time to explore Singapore’s amazing over-bubbling hotpot of culture and rich history.
Chinatown – 9 am
Welcome to Chinatown! Get ready to be immersed into the world of Chinese history as you explore beautiful temples and the busy little streets of Chinatown. If you’re an avid shopper and would love to get some souvenirs, this is the perfect place for you. You’ll be able to pick up tiny trinkets that will remind you of your time spent in sunny Singapore. If you’re feeling peckish (as I always am), People’s Park is home to amazing and cheap food that your tastebuds have to try.
Follow the LocoMole Chinatown Trail and uncover the stories behind People’s Park, Sri Mariamman Temple, Smith Street and Buddha Tooth Relic. Be guided by LocoMole trail on what you should do in each locations.
Chinatown – A Melting Pot of Culture
Thought Chinatown Singapore was only for the Chinese? Not in Singapore! Roam around in this bustling district of Singapore and find yourself in an eclectic melting pot of cultures, where Hindus, Muslims and Chinese have all left an indelible mark on its landscape and food-scape. Join our Chinatown Trail and get...
Little India – 1 pm
Ready for your hands and arms to be filled with intricate and beautiful henna designs? Well, Little India has got you covered. Visit temples, mosques and one of Singapore’s 24-hour shopping centres – Mustafa Centre! You’ll be amazed at the rich culture the Indian community has and be absolutely gob-smacked by the wide array of beautiful traditional costumes. Don’t forget to head to Tekka Centre for delectable Indian cuisine – you’ll be spoilt for choice as to what to eat and your tummy will be stuffed. If you’re not sure what to do here, check out the Little India trail!
Little India Arts & Cultural Trail
One of the first enclaves in Singapore’s history, Little India has been a cultural centre for Indian immigrants since colonial times. Venture into one of the liveliest and vibrant district of Singapore, and walk a mile in the shoes of the people who have played an integral role in shaping...
Kampong Glam – Walk To The Past
Don’t miss one of Singapore’s most historic and colourful districts where Malay royalty once resided, and where one of the most iconic mosques in Singapore, Masjid Sultan, is situated. Step into the very precicnt brimming with rich Muslim history and discover the Malay history, culture and their culinary delights! Join...
Singapore Shopping Trail
Let’s go shopping in Singapore! Come indulge in one of Singaporeans’ favourite pastimes: shopping. The Singapore Shopping Trail will take you all around Singapore’s best shopping spots, from east to west. Whether you’re into high-end fashion or on-trend budget streetwear, this shopping trail will be a fun experience. Get your wallets...
II. Budget Shopping on a Frenzy!
If you’re on a budget, check out the budget-friendlier malls, such as Lucky Plaza, SCAPE, the standalone H&M building and Far East Plaza along Orchard Road. You can also check out Plaza Singapura, two MRT stations away from Orchard Station or take a 15-minute leisurely stroll there. Bugis Village is also a shopping paradise for any budget shopaholics. Also check out our recommended finds for thrift shopping in Singapore.
Bugis – Arts and Heritage
Arts in the morning, shopping in the afternoon and drinking in the night. Sounds cool? Take the Bugis trail and discover what’s up in Singapore’s arts enclave and budget shopping scene. Get ready for a loot-filled adventure! Explore the main tourist attractions & hidden local gems of Bugis in Singapore...
Singapore Museum Trail
Singapore Museum Trail Like museums? Hit all your favourites in one day or take your time and come back again and again! In this list, you’ll find something to suit every interest – including museums about national history, science and innovation, art, war and defence, culture and community, as well...
More 1-day options
- Follow the Singapore on a Budget trail and visit 10 iconic places in Singapore for absolutely free!
- Follow the Singapore City Photography trail designed for photography buff and get tips to know where and how to take beautiful photos around Singapore.
- If you are a foodie, follow the footsteps of the Singapore Must Eat Food Trail and Singapore Hawker Legends Food Trail to hunt down the must eat food of Singapore.