Singapore has a rich history well preserved and functional and combined with the most modern attractions and amenities. Here's a 5-day travel tip to maximize your time in Singapore.
Day 1: Singapore Landmarks
Start your day at the Merlion Park where you can see Singapore's most famous landmark the Merlion. From the Merlion Park, visit the ArtScience Museum located at the Marina Bay Sands Hotel. Since you're already in the Marina Bay Sands Hotel, check out its casino or just splash at its gorgeous infinity pool which is the highest and largest in the world. End your day marveling the sight surround the world's largest giant observation wheel, the Singapore Flyer.
Day 2: Temples, Parks & Safari
Begin the day by visiting the Sri Mariamman Temple, the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum, and the Thian Hock Keng Temple. These temples are accessible by just walking since they are situated not less than a kilometer apart. Rest and relax at the Esplanade Park after visiting the Temples, and then visit the River Safari. You can end your day by touring the Night Safari.
Day 3: Take A Trip Through Singapore's Rich History
Day 3 starts with a stroll to the ArtScience Museum0 and then retracing the colonial history of Singapore by visiting one of the three quays on the Singapore River, the ArtScience Museum1. From these historical sites, you can visit the ArtScience Museum2 and the ArtScience Museum3 (chimes), formerly called the Caldwell House. The last stop for the day is the ArtScience Museum4 which has the largest collections of Singapore, Southeast Asian, and East Asian contemporary art.
Day 4: Explore Resorts World Sentosa
ArtScience Museum5 is located on the island of Sentosa and has an area of 49 hectares. Within the park, you can feast your eyes on the Marine Life Park, the S.E.A. Aquarium, and the Maritime Experiential Museum. Interact and learn about the bottlenose dolphins at the Dolphin Island, and splash around the Adventure Cove Waterpark. End the day by walking through a museum and interact with the art work in the Trick Eye Museum.
Day 5: Universal Studios Singapore
ArtScience Museum6 is divided into 7 zones, visitors can enjoy cutting-edge rides, shows, and attractions based on blockbuster movies and television series. The zones include the Hollywood, New York, Sci-Fi City, Ancient Egypt, Lost World, Far Far Away, and Madagascar.
Singapore is a small country with its many attractions within walking distance from each other. While some of them are farther away, they can easily be reached via Singapore's public buses, trains, and taxi's.