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  • The Ideal 4D3N Singapore Itinerary For Every Wanderer

    Team Klook
    Team Klook
    Last updated 26 May 2023
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    Experience a Singapore adventure like no other!

    Singapore’s rich multicultural aspect is evident and a must-see and it's no surprise that they’re one of the most progressive countries in Southeast Asia.
    If you’re considering visiting Singapore soon, it’d be convenient for you to prepare ahead and create a Singapore travel itinerary. An ideal trip can take 4 days and 3 nights. You can see the iconic Merlion, check out Universal Studios, and more. Here’s a sample Singapore travel itinerary for your next adventure.

    Day 1: Arrival at Changi Airport and Explore Marina Bay Sands

    Upon arriving at Changi Airport, you’ll instantly feel that vacation vibe because of its stunning design. You wouldn’t even feel like you’re at the airport. While you’re here, it’s best if you’ve already prepared for a private transportation transfer heading to your hotel to make your trip more convenient.
    Marina Bay Sands view at night
    Source: Singapore Tourism Government Website
    After settling down and freshening up, you can start your adventure by walking around Marina Bay and visiting the famous Marina Bay Sands. You can also enjoy a drink or two on the roof deck and marvel at the beauty of the city.
    People swimming in the pool above the Marina Bay Sands Tower
    Source: Singapore Tourism Government Website
    If you’re into photography and want Instagram-ready photos, you can join a tour or have a private tour to visit Fort Canning, Marina Bay Sands, and Gardens by the Bay altogether in one trip. This is worth your money and time since you’ll be making the most out of your 4-day Singapore stay. You can easily book a tour on Klook!
    Tourist playing with Elephant
    Tourist seeing a tiger in a cage
    At night, you can choose to go on a Night Safari or enjoy a Klook exclusive night river cruise tour. When you choose the latter, you can enjoy a seafood dinner while cruising along the Singapore river and Marina reservoir. You also get to tour around Clark Quay. It’s still day 1 of your Singapore travel itinerary and your adventure is already packed!

    Day 2: Visit Sentosa and Universal Studios

    One of the most sought-after destinations in Singapore that suits all ages is Universal Studios and Resorts World Sentosa so don’t miss this on your Singapore travel itinerary. Dedicate a day going here so you can enjoy the “State of Fun” which is Sentosa’s small island resort. Also near Sentosa is the huge world-class S.E.A. Aquarium and You can already buy a ticket ahead of your trip and get up to 10% off here.
    Couple in a slide
    An equally fun destination to go to is Universal Studios. The adrenaline-pumping rides and fun attractions make the theme park amusing not just for kids but also to the kids at heart. There are 7 different zones you can explore inside: Hollywood, Madagascar, Far Far Away, The Lost World, Ancient Egypt, Sci-Fi City, and New York. Like Sentosa, you can purchase a ticket in advance here.
    Universal studio iconic globe display
    If you’re feeling a little more extra and want to experience a red carpet treatment while you’re in Universal Studios, you can avail yourself of this VIP package. If you include this in your Singapore travel itinerary, you’ll enjoy exclusive perks such as a private meet-and-greet and a photo session with your favorite selected characters. Included here are one VIP Experience lanyard, one commemorative pin, a 10% retail discount on selected merchandise, and one 25SGD meal voucher. 
    Tourist playing with duck
    People walking in a red carpet

    Day 3: Food crawl and check out Chinatown, Little India, and Haji Lane

    Another activity you shouldn’t miss in your Singapore travel itinerary is going through these spots. Chinatown is rich in Chinese history and culture, but at the same time, you can also taste authentic Chinese dishes while strolling around. You can also check out temples, museums, heritage centers, and restaurants.
    Chinatown food street statue
    Different chinese food
    Another place rich in culture is Little India. From here, you’ll notice how evident Singapore’s multicultural aspect is. You can check out delicious and authentic food and after getting full, you can stop by the National Gallery Singapore or drop by Fort Canning Park. The colorful buildings around are always the highlight in the photos taken by travelers.
    Indian rice dish
    Lastly, perfect for every budget traveler is the hip Haji Lane. This vibrant and quaint street lane is full of shops and cafes that are really head-turners. 
    Haji Lane colorful street

    Day 4: Shop for souvenirs

    Since you’re about to head back to the airport and bid goodbye to your fun-filled trip, you can include shopping in your Singapore travel itinerary. To commemorate the beautiful memories you’ve created, you can go to Orchard Road and shop at department stores and plazas. Orchard Road is also known for its world-class food and coffee. After shopping, cool down and relax and stop by nearby restaurants before you head back to Changi Airport.
    Merlion medalion
    Source: Pixabay
    waterfalls inside Changi Airport
    Source: Pixabay
    IMPORTANT REMINDER: Starting 13 Feb, all Covid-19 border measures will be removed. Whether you are vaccinated or not, you are no longer required to show proof of a negative pre-departure test before entering Singapore. Additionally, non-vaccinated visitors will no longer have to purchase Covid-19 travel insurance.

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