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A Guide to Spend a Week in Singapore

The island city of Singapore is a place where the east meets the west. It is a city that is very modern and sophisticated yet has an underlying traditional Asian feel to it. In a week’s itinerary, the places to visit in Singapore are many and varied. However, visitors can get to the places of tourist interest easily by availing bus online tickets.

Singapore is among the world’s most sought-after tourist destinations. People during their Singapore travel would do well by buying a bus online ticket to visit the following places according to a set itinerary.

Day 1

Divide your first day into two halves and start your Singapore sojourn from the Gardens by the Bay. In the first half, visit the Gardens by the Bay, which houses plants and trees of different species. It is a good idea to reach the place early by 9 AM to avoid the rush.

Gardens by the Bay tickets can be availed online, at the ticketing counters or near the entrance of the OCBC Skyway. Singapore citizens, permanent residents, can avail Singapore resident rate for Gardens by the Bay tickets. People holding work permits, dependent passes, and employment passes can also avail the same. The Gardens by the Bay tickets have to be bought in Singapore Dollars and are inclusive of GST.

Visitors can easily avail bus online tickets to this tourist destination in the city. 

Marina Bay is just about ten minutes walking from the Gardens by the Bay. From the luxurious hotel, casino, shopping mall, theatre, night club to an unconventional shaped Art & Science Museum, you will get it all there. 

The area also has the famous Helix Bridge over River Singapore and the Jubilee Bridge, which will take you to the Merlion Park famous for its iconic Merlion fountain.

After sunset, the Bay area comes alive with lights. A walk along the promenade or the Marina Bay walk area can be enjoyable as it has a good collection of statues and sculptures.

Tourists can buy bus online tickets to the place easily without having to stand in queues.

Day 2-3

Sentosa Island requires at least two days since there are as many as twenty attractions. On the first day at the island, you can enjoy activities like Bungee jumping, walking around Butterfly Park, shows at the Dolphin Island, flying at the vertical themed tunnel, and many more. 

The second day at Sentosa can be spent between Universal Studios and the SEA Aquarium. The famous Universal Studio which is a movie-themed entertainment park which houses a host of thrilling and exciting rides and shows to choose from.

The SEA Aquarium, on the other hand, is a massive aquarium with over 1,00,000 marine animals of more than 1000 different species. 

Day 4

During your Singapore travel, the cultural centers like ChinaTown, Little India, and Kampong Glam are the must-go-to places to visit in Singapore

Visitors can feast on authentic Chinese cuisine and local Kopi and then visit the famous Buddha Tooth Relic Temple in ChinaTown. Then eat a delicious Indian meal at Little India after going around the area. After some rest, visit the Kampong Glam in the evening for some fantastic Indian-Muslim eateries, which are sure to tickle your taste buds.

If you want to get to these cultural hotspots without any fuss, buy a bus online ticket.

Day 5

Keep the fifth day exclusively for Singapore Botanic Gardens. A stroll along the Unesco Heritage site is a must during your Singapore travel. With its beautiful sculptures, the Swan Lake, and a National Orchid Garden, it is one of the places to visit in Singapore.

Day 6

Do not leave Singapore without visiting the brightly-lit Henderson Waves as night falls. Make your Singapore travel a memorable one by hiking up the whole of the 10-kilometer walk while passing through Mount Faber Park, Telok Blangah Hill Park, Hort Park, Kent Ridge Park, and Labrador Nature Reserve. 

Day 7

Spend your last day in Singapore shopping at Orchard Road, Bugis Street Market, and Haji Lane. These are the must-go places to visit in Singapore if you are looking for dresses, vintage goods, some unusual stuff.

After spending hours walking around if you feel famished, try out the local food, which is a must for every tourist during their Singapore travel. Makansutra Gluttons Bay and Maxwell Road Hawker center are a few places to visit in Singapore for authentic local food.

Tips for a one-week trip to Singapore

  1. Buy the Singapore city pass, which comes in 2, 3, and 5-day validity. This pass is a great way to visit nineteen attractions at a much less price.
  2. Visitors should buy the Sentosa card, which gives the option to choose 3, 5, or unlimited attractions to choose from at Sentosa.
  3. Be aware of the civic rules in Singapore and follow them or else pay a fine.
  4. Pack light clothes since Singapore experiences a hot and humid climate.

Singapore, with its diverse culture, food habits, and traditions, is a great tourist destination for all. To avail great discounts on tickets, hotel bookings, and sightseeing tours, visit for a fabulous vacation in a budget.

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