Experience the Singapore night life and have delicious dinners at the local outlet that is the Singapore Food Trail. After dinner, visitors will proceed to the Gardens by the Bay, the world's premier tropical waterfront garden. Get up close to see the diversity of plant species from all around the world all housed under a cool conservatory. You will be marvel at the vertical gardens, and discover the intricacies of plant life at the different themed gardens. Featuring a picturesque collection of outdoor gardens and lakes, the Gardens also include the signature Flower Dome and Cloud Forest conservatories as well as the landmark Super Trees that captures everyone’s imagination.
Next, you will see the Merlion Park, Padang, and National Gallery. National Gallery Singapore is a new visual arts institution which oversees the largest public collection of modern art in Singapore and Southeast Asia. The Gallery is housed in two national monuments—former Supreme Court and City Hall—that have been beautifully restored and transformed into this exciting venue in the heart of the Civic District. Guests will finish off the Tour by going to Bugis. At Bugis, you can see all the restored shop houses full of strange little shops selling everything at a very low price. The Tour bus will take you through this beautiful city and pass through China Town and Little India. You won’t be disappointed when you explore this Lion City that is Singapore.
Singapore Food Trail is a unique 1960s themed food street in Singapore and an exciting dining attraction, which will bring back fond memories of the good old days. Be transported back to a bygone era, to a time when we savored popular local delights along the road side from the makeshift carts and stalls. You can reminisce about those care free good old days while experiencing the rich flavor of Singapore's well-known local dishes such as Hill Street Tai Wah Pork Noodle, Boon Tat Street Barbecue Seafood, Alhambra Satay Club Satay, and old-time favorites like Ice Balls and Kachang Puteh. So walk down the memory lane to Singapore 1960s with us now.
Cloud Forest showcases plant life from tropical highlands up to 2,000 meters above sea level. It features a 35-meter-tall mountain covered in lush vegetation, shrouding the world’s tallest indoor water fall. Take the lift to the top of the mountaintop to discover the unique biodiversity and geology of cloud forests, and then take a stroll along a walkway in the clouds for an aerial view of the canopy and mountainside below.
Flower Dome is enjoyable and cool leisure stroll through the Flower Dome and immerse in a world of perpetual spring. The Flower Dome replicates the cool-dry climate of Mediterranean regions like South Africa, California, and parts of Spain and Italy. Here, you'll discover not only the amazing beauty of these plants and flowers, but how they have also adapted to the cool-dry environments.
Chinatown in Singapore is a sharp contrast to the rest of the city, with low rise buildings and culture bursting out onto the streets, from the fragrant smells of traditional cuisine to the bold red and gold tones that run through the neighborhood. This is an area that’s proud of its heritage, and has it very much on display. There are ornate Chinese, Buddhist, and Hindu Temples, museums galore and plenty of opportunities to soak up the bustling streets lined with old shop houses.
Little India is, as the name promises, the center for the large Indian community in Singapore. While it is a cleaner version of the real thing, Little India retains its distinct identity without degenerating into a mere tourist attraction and is one of the most colorful and attractive places to visit in Singapore.
Bugis street is one of the best shopping places attracting most of the shopping lovers in Singapore. It offers latest and trendiest fashions at affordable prices that shoppers may experience here.