India to Singapore: 5 day plan

Are you a first-time traveler to Singapore and have no idea of things you can do in this amazing destination? Do you prefer researching a bit before each travel?

Well, you are at the right place. Here’s a quick guide to help you plan your trip from India to Singapore.

So, before you pick your bags to finally board a flight to Singapore, read through this article to know about things you can indulge in a 5-day travel to Singapore.

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East Coast, Singapore

Dining out in Singapore

Singapore is a food-lover’s paradise. Offering all kinds of local specialties and international cuisines to its visitors, the destination will definitely surprise you with its toothsome delicacies.

From Chinese, French, Italian to Indian and Malay, you will get everything to satisfy your food cravings. While several Hawker Centres serve you with flavorful chilli crabs and sambal stingray, you can sip in an amazing afternoon tea at the famous Raffles Hotel.

Meet locals and have an early breakfast with them at legendary Tiong Bahru Food Center or Forty Hands. While the former serves you a typical breakfast of toast, eggs and coffee, the latter is known for its fulfilling morning meal.

Places to visit in Singapore

Have your breakfast with the wild orangutans of Singapore zoo, spend some time in the turfs of the iconic Merlion Park and One Fullerton to take in some breathtaking views of the famous Marina Bay and undertake a thrilling journey through the world’s first ever wildlife night park. Get a chance to feel close to tigers, lions, elephants and other beasts.

 

Stop by the National Museum and get a quick look of Singapore’s dynamic history. Take your kids to the nearby Mint Toy Museum—a gallery brimming with vintage toys from across the globe. Visit the Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple to catch a quick glimpse of the holy Hindu rituals.

Head out to Sentosa Island to unwind and have a great time with your family. Packed with calm beaches, refreshing nature walks, plush spas, multi-cuisine restaurants, awe-inspiring entertainment options, this place is a must-visit if you are travelling to Singapore.

If you’re still left with more time, you can visit Orchard Road, Botanical Garden, Helix Bridge, Singapore Flyer and the Singapore City Gallery.

Jurong Bird Park, Singapore

Places to stay in Singapore

Choose to stay anywhere from a sophisticated Sofitel So Singapore Hotel in CBD to Wangz at Tiong Bahru. Though staying in Singapore is costly, newer midrange hotels are making it big to attract budget travelers.

For all those who are after luxurious stay can explore a range of hotels including W Singapore Sentosa Cove, Wanderlust, Crowne Plaza Changi Airport and scores of other options. As for Budget hotels, hostels, B&B’s and apartments, Singapore offers everything for someone who is looking to pay less.

 

Shopping

Often called as ‘a retail joyride’ Singapore is speckled with high-end fashion stores and malls. Shop everything from perfume, food items, apparel and gadgets at Orchard Road to exquisite souvenirs and antiques at Peranakan Place.

Get the best bargain deals at local flea markets or step into the top-rated designer boutiques at Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands.

Having listed everything from food, accommodation, shopping, sightseeing to tourist attractions; all I want to say is how you blend them to make the most out of your 5-day travel entirely depends on you.

Happy journey 🙂

2 Comments

  1. Never read such a generic article with a 5 day plan header. This could have been much much better in writing or change the header so that people dont get misguided

    1. Hi Milind,

      Thanks for your feedback. We will let the author of this article know and we will surely work on improving it.

      Tc

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