Singapura the tiny Island: Stayed in Holiday Inn Clarke Quay for 2 nights and Intercontinental Singapore for 3 nights

Here I comeeee..Once landing at Changi Airport from Terminal 3, went to get the local sim card which was from Singtel for 15 dollar near the UOB Counter at the ariport. I would highly recommend this sim card and the network was not bad at all.

Day 1: Took a Grabcar to the hotel and freshen up.I walked (15 mins) to the place called People Park Complex which was opposite of Chinatown. On the third floor of the Complex, look for a shop called Sea Wheel Travel, they sell cheap entrances ticket, I bought Universal Studio tickets plus Garden By the Bay these two in total was at 80 dollar. Note: Get the tickets before you go to any attractions in Singapore otherwise you will be wasting for time for a long que. After that we cross over to Chinatown.

At Night: Clarke Quay: Night life where you can find plenty of restaurants and bars.

DAY 2 : FULL DAY AT UNIVERSAL STUDIO. Highly recommend to reach there at USS around 9am since the entrance line is very long.

Route:Train to Universal from MRT Clarke Quay > Habour Station> Vivocity ( on the third floor) > Sentosa Express (4 SG, Orange Color Area).If you have an EZ Link card, it cannot be used for the express and you need to pay extra

DAY 3: Garden by the Bay (Flower Dome and Cloud Forest) > Supertree Grove > Marina Casino (No pictures) > MRT Farrer Park to Musfata (No pictures)

Route: Bayfront MRT Station (CE1/DT16) > Walk into the Marina Bay and take the elevator to the top floor and walk pass on the bridge where it takes you the Bay

Cloud Forest:

Flower Dome Entrance (Very cold inside)

Super Groove Tree : its a free of music and light show at 7.45pm, 8.45pm (Daily)

Marina Bay Sands

DAY 4 ; Walk around the Bugis Street since it was right next door of the Hotel > Walked from Bugis Junction to CHIJMES and National Gallery of Singapore.

Bugis Junction : Full of cheap souvenir and chocolates especially. Ypu can find plenty of food chains and its surrounded by malls located at MRT Bugis

Walking to the end of the Bugis Street, youll find Albert Court (food court) have find food which is less than 5 dollar with huge portions.

For 3.50 dollar:

For 1.50 dollar:

Bugis Street Art

Walked from Bugis Junction to Chijmes: complex features indoor and outdoor restaurant with a church in the middle of the place.

Few mins walk from Chijmes, headed over to National Gallery to see the Yayoi Kusama Exhibition.The entrance fee is around 30 dollars

Took a Grabcar from National Gallery for Merlion for 5 dollar and after Merlion cross over to Fullerton Hotel where they have arts and museums for tourist.

DAY 5 : First Stop of the day was Little India, would recommend to go during weekdays since it wont be that crowded.From MRT Bugis > Rochor > Little India

After that took a Grabcar to Haji Lane and Arab Street, must try at a restaurant called ZAM ZAM Singapore located in the Arab Street.

Had to rush back to the hotel to checkout then kept our luggage there and left to Orchard Road.I didnt walk much since our time was limited.We went to ION Orchard which is full of high ends brands and restaurants and we didnt get anything from there but we have the bread icecream(1.50 dollar) is a must have when you're in orchard street.

THE END : Went back to the hotel to get our bags and took a Grabcar to the ariport and avoid taking taxi after 12 midnight since the fare will be double.

Priyamani Srimokla

 Thursday, September 28, 2017 2:42 PM