BEST THINGS TO DO IN SINGAPORE FOR 4 DAYS (PART 1)

With exciting attractions and a one-of-a-kind culture, Singapore is an Asian destination that you just won’t miss. Most travelers choose to spend a few days exploring the city during a stopover since Changi Airport is a big hub for destinations throughout Asia.

Whether you have a few hours or are trying to explore Singapore in 4 days, you can build an awesome itinerary and hit all the top things to do.

GETTING AROUND SINGAPORE

If you’re trying to see as much as possible in a short time, the Singapore Tourist Pass is a great deal and will give you unlimited rides on any type of public transport. A one-day pass costs 10 $ SGD (12 Bulgarian Lev or 6 Euros ), a two-day pass costs 16 $ SGD (20 Bulgarian Lev or 10 Euros) or you can get a three-day pass for 20 $ SGD (25 Bulgarian Lev or 13 euros).

METRO MAPsingapore metro map

FIRST DAY

1. Marina Bay Sands Pool

  • Costs – you can use the pool in case you have booked a room. The access is allowed only for hotel’s guests.
  • Opening Hours – from 6:00 am – 11:00 pm daily
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2. Marina Bay Sands Observation Deck 

  • Costs

23 $ SGD for adults (15 Euros or 30 Bulgarian Lev)

17 $ SGD for children (aged 2 – 12 years) (11 Euros or 22 Bulgarian Lev)

20 $ SGD for senior citizens (aged 65 years and above) (13 Euros or 25 Bulgarian Lev)

  • Opening Hours

Monday to Thuesday – from 9:30 am – 10:00 pm

Friday to Sunday – from 9:30 am – 11:00 pm

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3. Spectra (a light and water show)

  • Costs  – free entrance
  • Opening Hours

Sunday to Thursday – from 8:00 pm and 9:00 pm

Friday & Saturday – from 8:00 pm, 9:00 pm and 10:00 pm

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4. Merlion landmark

  • Costs – free entrance
  • Opening Hours – all day
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5. ArtScience Museum

  • Costs – for price list click here.
  • Opening Hours – from 10:00 am – 7:00 pm daily. Including public holidays. Last admission at 6:00 pm.
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6. Helix Bridge

  • Costs -free entrance
  • Opening Hours – all day
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SECOND DAY

1. China town – explore the streets

  • Costs – all of them are free of charge
  • Opening Hours – all day
South Bridge Road
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Pagoda Street
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Temple Street
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Sri Mariamman Temple
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Smith Street
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Ann Siang Hill
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Club Street
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Maxwell Road Hawker Center
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People’s Park Complex 

It is a commercial and residential property located at the heart of Chinatown. On the rooftop carpark of level six in the complex, you can see a huge yellow building that is a famous Instagram spot.

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2. India town

  • Costs – all of them are free of charge
  • Opening Hours – all day

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