Planning to take a vacation leave from work and have a 7-day vacation in Singapore? That’s great to know! Make sure to visit these 7 popular places Singapore has to offer.
Monday: Grab some chilli crab
Chilli crab is an iconic dish in the Lion City. As a matter of fact, CNN Go listed chilli crab as one of the “World’s 50 Most Delicious Foods” in 2011. Visitors from other countries make a way to eat this “must try” food each time they come back to the country.
Tuesday: Chill at 1-Altitude
After grabbing some chilli crab, it’s time to refresh at highest al fresco bar in the world. 1-Altitude is at the topmost part of the tallest building in Singapore, which is why you shouldn’t miss this stellar experience.
Wednesday: Tour around Singapore Zoo and Night Safari
Be a kid even just for a day! Bring your camera with you and enjoy the company of various animals that are being taken care of at Singapore Zoo and Night Safari. Don’t miss out on animal extravaganzas too! The lovely animals are sure to entertain you.
Thursday: Appreciate nature at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve
Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve is considered as Singapore’s un-concrete jungle. Here you can see lots of mangroves that provide a home for marine life, different species of birds, and a lot more. You can enjoy activities such as bird-watching and marine fish tours.
Friday: Go swimming at Marina Bay Sands SkyPark
Don’t miss to swim at the largest outdoor pool in the world, measuring 150 metres or three times longer than a swimming pool for the Olympics. This infinity pool gives the impression of a disappearing edge, providing a magnificent and breath-taking view of the city skyline.
Saturday: Experience nightlife in Clarke Quay
Saturday is usually the day of the week that partygoers flock to Clarke Quay—one of the most vibrant districts in Singapore at nightfall. Your one-week vacation will never be complete if you don’t dine and party in the many restaurants and dance clubs that dot along the quay.
Sunday: Visit Sultan Mosque
Take on a simple educational tour at Singapore’s oldest mosque. There are tour guides in the area who are ready to assist visitors who want to take a look around. Be enriched about Islam in Singapore—its history and culture.