Singapore might be known as a Little Red Dot, but there's plenty to see and do here! From living out the movies at Universal Studios Singapore to feasting on local hawker fare, you can be guaranteed a good time no matter where you go.
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Nothing says good morning in Singapore like a hearty breakfast at Ya Kun Kaya Toast! Kaya is a sweet pandan coconut jam and Ya Kun has the crispiest bread spread generously with kaya and thick slabs of butter!

#Klook Pro Tip:
Add a dash of dark soy sauce and a sprinkle of pepper before dipping your toast into the eggs. .

Getting There
Take the Downtown Line to Downtown Station (DT17), Marina One is a short walk away. Address: 5 Straits View, Marina One, The Heart, #B2-02, Singapore 018935 Opening hours: Monday to Friday: 7.30am to 6.30pm | Saturday: 9.30am to 3.00pm | Sunday: Closed

First stop after breakfast is the Art Science Museum at Marina Bay Sands! The Future World: Where Art Meets Science exhibition has digital installations that are not just fun to look at, they make for great pictures as well!

Getting There
Take the Downtown line from Downtown Station (DT17 ) to Bayfront Station ( DT16/CE1) exit C and D.

Address: 6 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018974 Opening Hours: Daily 10am to 7pm

From the Art Science Museum, stroll across the iconic helix bridge to Esplanade Mall. You’ll be able to spot this spikey building from across the bridge. Built to resemble the husk of a durian, it is actually stage to many famous concerts and musicals.

Head up to the rooftop to get a panoramic view of the Marina Bay Sands skyline and get your iconic shot with the Art Science Museum and Marina Bay Sands Hotel in the background!

Treat yourself to a bowl of Big Prawn Noodles at Wah Kee! This Michelin Bib Gourmand bowl of noodles comes served with giant prawns, a rich and savory prawn broth and noodles of your choice. Pair yours with a plate of assorted crispy wu xiang, bite sized fried items like meatrolls, beancurd and prawn crackers.

Getting There
It is a 13 minute walk from the Art Science Museum

Address: Esplanade Mall # 01-13C, 1 Esplanade Dr, Singapore 038981 Opening hours: Monday-Friday: 11:00am-2:00pm, 5:00pm-10:00pm | Saturday, Sunday and public holidays: 11:00am-11:00pm

One of the best ways to take in the views of the Marina Bay area is on an amphibious tour! The DuckTOURs begin on land, cruising past sights like the Old Supreme Court and Singapore Flyer before splashing into the waters for a picturesque harbour tour.

Getting There
It is a 12 minute walk from Esplanade Mall

Redemption and check in counter: Suntec City Mall, DUCK & HiPPO Hub, Unit #01-330

One of the must visit places in Singapore is definitely Gardens by the Bay!The Flower Dome is a huge glasshouse where you’ll find the most exotic species of flora. The Cloud Forest is home to the world’s largest indoor waterfall! As you make your way up to the top of the waterfall, enjoy the cool mist that makes you feel as if you’ve stepped into a real mountainous region.

Don’t forget to pack a sweater as it can get pretty chilly in the Cloud Forest.

Catch the sunset at the OCBC Skyway and watch the supertrees light up against the Singapore sunset. The aerial walkway sits 22 metres above ground, allowing you a view of both the Marina Bay Skyline as well as the entire garden!

At 7.45pm and 8.45pm daily, the supertrees even come alive in a light and sounds show - Garden Rhapsody! Grab a spot on the lawn with your picnic mats and get ready to be enchanted by these magical supertrees!

Getting There
Gardens by the Bay is a 15 minute walk from Suntec City.

Address: 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953 Opening hours: Daily 9am to 9pm | last admission 8pm

Singapore is famous for its local hawker fare and the best place to get your fill of hawker fare is Satay by the Bay! Sample foods like Barbequed Chicken Wings, Satay ( grilled meat skewers), Carrot Cake, Rojak (fruit and vegetable salad) and so much more. Grab your foodie friends and order a feast to share!

Klook your Satay by the Bay coupons and you don’t have to worry about fumbling for change. Plus, you’ll even get a 10% discount on these cash vouchers. Simply flash your mobile e-voucher at the drinks stall and you’re all set.

Getting There
It is a 1 minute walk to Satay by the Bay.

Opening Hours: Beverage Stalls Monday to Sunday: 24 hours | Food Stalls Monday to Sunday: 11:00am-10:00pm (Beverage stalls open daily 24 hours) Address: 18 Marina Gardens Drive #01-19 Singapore 018953

The night hasn’t ended just yet! Singapore is a city that never sleeps and after dinner is when the streets come alive. Head to Clarke Quay - Singapore’s nightlife district teeming with bars and clubs along the river. For the best value-for-money way to start your night, proceed to The Pump Room for your first round of drinks. Here you can indulge in a liquid buffet with a variety of beers including English Pale Ales, Munich Lagers and even a Singapore Golden Ale!

Address: 3B River Valley Rd #01-09/10, The Foundry, Clarke Quay Singapore 179021 Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday: 5:00pm-3:00am (the next day)

How many of us can say that we’ve had breakfast with a bunch of orangutans! Kickstart the morning with breakfast at the Singapore Zoo where you’ll get to dine in the presence of some very special guests. Be greeted at the table by elephants, orangutans and even snakes as they roam freely about.

Be sure to keep your cameras by your side because you wouldn’t want to miss them strolling in hand in hand with their keepers.

After which, head on into the award winning park and get ready to get up close and personal with the rest of the wild life. The Singapore Zoo is famous its free open habitats where there are no cages for the animals. Instead they roam around freely in open enclosures and are separated from the public by moats or wooden fences.

Feed a giraffe, catch the elephant show or just take the tram around the park, stopping at each animal to get a closer look! Don’t forget to head to the Fragile Forest where small animals like Ring Tailed Lemurs roam freely.

If you’re looking for a place to grab some lunch, head over to Ah Meng’s Kitchen for a plate of the iconically Singaporean dish, Chicken rice!

Check out our guide to the Singapore Zoo for more details about showtimes and other things to check out.

Getting there: We’d suggest taking a shared transfer to the Singapore Zoo for the most convenient method of getting there. Don’t forget to make sure your hotel is in the list of included hotels!

Home to the world’s largest freshwater aquarium, River Safari is definitely a place to check out. From the friendly Canola the Manatee to the most bizarre looking Alligator Gars, and of course, the most famous of the lot, the giant pandas Kai Kai and Jia Jia! Cruise along the Amazon River on the Amazon Quest and get ready to meet the amazing animals of the Amazon Rainforest.

If you’re feeling peckish, be sure to head to Mama Panda’s Kitchen for the cutest paos ever!

If you’ve ever wondered what the animals do after dark, now is your chance to find out! Visit the world’s first ever nocturnal wildlife park, The Night Safari to take a peek at the lives of these nocturnal creatures. Hop aboard the tram and wander into the depths of the night as you discover fun facts about these nocturnal creatures and see them in action.

Catch these animals at the Creatures of the Night show and you just might be the lucky one that gets selected to go up on stage!

Located right at the entrance of the Night Safari is the Jungle Rotisserie. We’d suggest grabbing a seat outside and enjoying your dinner while catching the Thumbuakar fire twirling Performance!

Opening hours: Daily: 7:00pm-12:00am (last admission 11:15pm) | Creatures of the Night Show: Daily at 7:15pm, 8:30pm and 9:30pm and also at 10:30pm on Friday, Saturday and eve of Public Holidays

After all that walking around the park, you would have worked up an appetite. Lucky for you, Singaporeans love to eat supper, which means most food establishments are still open at night!

Fill your bellies with Sambal Stingray, Satay and some grilled seafood before resting up for the night at Lau Pa Sat!. Of course, don’t forget to order a pint or two of the local Tiger Beer to wash down that grease.

Getting There:
Take the Mandai shuttle to Khatib station and take the North South line to Raffles Place (NS26). Lau Pa Sat is a short walk away.

Opening hours: Daily 24 hours Address: 18 Raffles Quay, Singapore 048582

One of the most popular breakfast choices for Singaporeans is Roti Prata, more commonly known as fried Indian pancake. Head to Zam Zam, one of Singapore’s oldest and most authentic Muslim restaurants and fuel up!

If you’re looking for something savory, opt for the meat filled Murtabak, also a fried pancake served with a side of curry. Don’t forget to get your hand pulled Teh Tarik (milk tea) to wash down those pancakes.

Getting There
Take Exit B from Bugis MRT, then walk for another 5 minutes along North Bridge Road to get to Zam Zam

Address: 697-699 North Bridge Rd, 198675 Opening hours: Daily: 8:00am-11:00pm

While there are many ways to get into Sentosa, the most exciting way is definitely by cable car! Head to Mount Faber and ride on the Singapore Cable Car, taking in stunning 360 degree views of Singapore’s southern precinct.

Getting there: Take bus 145 and alight After Telok Blangah Hts. From there, take a 15 minute walk to the Cable Car Station.

Mount Faber Station Ticketing Counter Address: 109 Mount Faber Road, Singapore 099203 Operating hours for ticket redemption: 8:45am-9:15pm daily

Head over to Universal Studios Singapore for an action packed day out! Hang out with our favorite yellow friends the Minions, ride the twin coasters, Battlestar Galactica and get wet and wild on the Jurassic Park River Rapids! Our favorite ride is definitely The Mummy, but be warned that it’s not for the faint hearted.

Don’t forget to check out what time the meet and greet sessions of the day are to snap photos with your favorite movie characters.

Check out our guide to Universal Studios Singapore to find out more!

Getting there: Alight at Sentosa Station and from Imbiah Station, take the Sentosa Express to Waterfront Station.

Opening Hours:Daily 10:00am-7:00pm Address: 8 Sentosa Gateway, 098269

The cityscape of Singapore is best viewed from the top and there’s no better place for that than the Marina Bay Sands Skypark. From over 200 metres above the ground, you can marvel at the city’s most beautiful landmarks like Gardens by the Park the Esplanade and so much more. Come at sunset and you’ll even have yourself a gradient sky backdrop.

Getting there: Take the Sentosa Express Line to Harborfront, transfer to the North East Line to NE3 Chinatown Station and transfer to the Downtown line to DT16 Bayfront Station.

Address:Marina Bay Sands Hotel Tower 3 Level 57 10 Bayfront Ave Singapore 018956 Opening hours:Monday-Thursday: 9:30am-10:00pm (last admission at 9:00pm) | Friday-Sunday: 9:30am-11:00pm (last admission at 10:00pm)

After which, head outside to catch Spectra, a light and water show outside the Shoppes of Marina Bay Sands. This outdoor light and water show will take you on a whole new journey with their beautiful symphonic music, lasers, jets and visual projections.

P.S. Did we also mention that it’s free for all! Showtimes begin at 8pm and 9.30pm.

One must eat dish in Singapore in Chilli Crab and one of the best places to have it is at No Signboard Seafood! If you’re wondering how the name came about, this restaurant actually had only used a plain orange signboard and became popular through word of mouth. Some of the must orders include the White Pepper Crab, Garlic Steamed Bamboo Clams and Mee Goreng.

Getting there: Esplanade is a 17 minute walk away.

Address: #01-14/16, 8 Raffles Ave,Esplanade Mall Singapore 039802 Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10.30pm

Nothing says rise and grind like a good cuppa coffee! Tiong Bahru Bakery doesn’t just have good coffee, they are also home to some of the yummiest croissants and pastries you’ll ever have. Our favorites are the Almond Croissants and the Kouign Amann!

If you prefer a sweet treat in the morning, opt for the Lemon Tart or the Coconut Cheesecake to sweeten up your morning.

Getting There
Take Exit A from Tiong Bahru MRT Station and walk 8 minutes to Tiong Bahru Bakery.

The Merlion is one of Singapore’s most iconic attractions! This 37 metre tall part lion part mermaid statue is the city’s most legendary resident. Climb up to the top of the Merlion’s mouth and get ready to capture the spectacular views.

Slot your entrance ticket into one of the Gold Merlion statues before heading up to the top and exchange it for a limited edition prosperity coin to take home!

The Sentosa FUN Pass is the best way to get your money’s worth for a day out in Sentosa. With 19 different attractions to choose from, pick your favorites and spend the whole day at Sentosa. This not only spares you the hassle of buying single entry attraction tickets, it helps you save time.

Check out our guide on maximising the Sentosa FUN Pass to find out more.

Entrance to the Sentosa Merlion is included in the Sentosa FUN Pass.

Getting There
Board the Sentosa Express from Beach Station and alight at Imbiah Station

When in Sentosa, a ride on the Luge is a must! This part go kart part toboggan ride will have you racing down the hill with the wind in your hair. Sentosa is the only place in Asia you can ride this 3 wheel sled! To get to the top, hop onto the Sentosa Skyride, an open cabin chairlift that will take you to the starting point of the track. Sit back and enjoy the views of the city skyline and the South China Sea before you race down!

A ride on the Skyride and Luge is included in the Sentosa FUN Pass.

The Sentosa Bungy is Singapore’s one and only bungy site and nothing really seals the deal of a great holiday like an unforgettable experience. If jumping off a 47 metre high ledge doesn’t scream memorable then we don’t know what will. Check out these other adrenaline pumping activities that you can do in Singapore!

After a morning of outdoor activities, fill your bellies at Coastes located along Siloso Beach! Grab a seat outdoors and feast on burgers and pastas of course best paired with an ice cold pint of beer. Nothing says relaxing like sitting by the beach and enjoying a pint!

Seek shelter from the scorching afternoon sun and explore the underwater world with a visit to Southeast Asia’s largest aquarium! The S.E.A. Aquarium is home to over 100,000 marine creatures across over 800 species.

The touch pool is definitely one of the highlights you can’t miss! Feel the bumps of a starfish or touch the squishy sea cucumbers!

If you ask any local what the national dish of Singapore is, many of them would say it’s Chicken Rice! Located at the famous Maxwell Food Center, Tian Tian Chicken Rice was awarded the Michelin Bib Gourmand.

The juicy tender pieces of steamed chicken with a dash of soy sauce is best paired with some of their signature chilli sauce and a spoonful of fragrant rice.

Getting There
Take the Sentosa Express to Sentosa Station and transfer to the North East Line to NE3 Chinatown Station. Maxwell is a 8 minute walk away.

Address: Stall No. 10 & 11, Maxwell Food Centre, Singapore 069184 Opening Hours: Tuesday-Sunday: 10:00am-8:00pm |The stall is closed on Mondays

We all know no meal is complete without dessert so why not try your hands at making some traditional nonya kuehs! With step by step guidance from a professional, you’ll walk away with some freshly made kaya ( coconut jam) for you to make your own kaya toast and reminisce on Singapore breakfasts!

Apart from that, you’ll also learn how to make Kueh Lapis (layer cake) and Ondeh Ondeh ( tapioca balls with brown sugar filling)!

Getting There
Happy Tourist is a 15 minute walk from Maxwell Food Centre.

Address: Happy Tourists Shop 1 North Bridge Road, #01-45 High Street Centre, Singapore 179094 Time: 7.30pm

Singapore is relatively small and is easily accessed via the efficient public transport systems. Here are some suggestions for every wallet size in central Singapore that will have you conveniently located near some of Singapore’s top attractions.
Budget Hotel
SGD 80/night and below
  • Kam Leng Hotel
  • 5 Footway Inn Project Boat Quay
  • Cube Boutique Capsule Hotel @ Chinatown
SGD 150/night and below
  • Hotel G Singapore
  • Hotel Boss Singapore
  • Parc Sovereign Hotel- Tyrwhitt
SGD 300/night and below
  • Studio M Hotel
  • Yotel Singapore Orchard Road
  • Carlton Hotel Singapore
Before leaving the airport, be sure to pick up the following items.
Item Location
4G SIM Card
Terminal 2 Departure Hall - Level 2 Cheers Convenience Store, Unit #026-039-01 Near Check-In rows 11 and 12 Redemption Hours: 9:00am-9:00pm, daily

Terminal 3 Arrival Hall - Level 1 Cheers Convenience Store, Unit #01-24 Near luggage belt 44 and 45 Redemption Hours: 9:00am-9:00pm, daily

Terminal 4 Arrival Hall - Level 1 Cheers Convenience Store, Unit #01-09 Near luggage belt 5 Redemption Hours: 9:00am-9:00pm, daily
Gardens By The Bay Red Dot Design Museum:11 Marina Boulevard, Singapore 018940 Opening hours: Monday to Thursday 10:00am-8:00pm | Fri to Sunday 10:00am-11:00pm
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