Tip 4: Another must-do in the Jurong Bird Park is a visit to the Penguin Coast, a climatecontrolled area home to Penguins where you can feed the penguins too.
Jurong Bird Park Do not miss the Waterfall Aviary, one of the world’s largest walk-in aviaries which houses more than 600 birds and a 30-meter high waterfall. The Singapore Flyer: Located in Marina Bay, This giant observation wheel takes you up to 165 meters high, providing an unobstructed view of the city. Try taking this ride in the night to enjoy the city lights.
Chinatown: It’s a blend of the traditional and the modern elements of Singapore. You can visit the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, Sri Mariamman Temple, and Jamae Mosque. Chinatown Food Street is home to multi-cultured food which can offer a decent culinary experience. And not to forget bargain shopping!
Sentosa is Singapore’s most popular island resort. Check out the Luge ride, the Wings of Fire show and the SEA Aquarium- a magical marine world housing more than 100,000 underwater animals.
Gardens by the Bay: This horticultural destination provides mesmerizing views of the waterfront You should not miss the Supertree grove consisting of tree-shaped vertical gardens between 9 to 16 level tall! Singapore River Cruise & Clark Quay: This was one of my most memorable experiences in Singapore. The boat ride was leisurely, and the best part about it was the history of Singapore which was explained nicely. The night ride is highly recommended..
Changi Airport: Make sure to spend ample amount of time in the airport, doing the various activities, shopping, enjoying the beautiful mini gardens.
Do not forget the free massage chairs, they are the best part!