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Singapore

This iteration is a enjoyable guide for everyone who wants to know more about local culture and foods in Singapore. It was planed by myself when I visited Singapore in 2009. It contains step-by-step on how I managed to travel among this beautiful city within 2 days/2 nights.

Visiting Singapore – Day 1

On the first day, the plan is to visit all famous major attractions, Singapore Flyer, Merlion, Fountain of Wealth, etc.

7:30am – Arrive Singapore

7:40am – Purchase ez-link and take the train to downtown

8:00am – Check-in hotel

9:00am – Go to City Hall statation

10:00am – Visit Merlion Park

11:00am – Esplanade/Singapore Flyer

12:00pm – Lunch at Suntec City

13:00pm – Fountain of Wealth

14:00 – Raffles Hotel

15:00 – Orchard Road

17:00 – Vivo Mall

18:00 – Sentosa

19:30 – Song of the Sea

21:00 – Back to hotel


Visiting Singapore – Day 2

On the second day, it’s culture experience. Singapore is in the center of Southeast Asia. It has a mix of many cultures in this tiny city. Little India, Bugis Village, Arab Street, etc are my top choices. It’s also my “food” day. I managed to go though famous food stalls in various hawking centers.

8:00 – Little India

9:30 – Bugis Street

10:30 – Arab Street

11:30 – Golden Mile Food

12:30 – MRT (Lavender) Raffles Place

1:30 – Lau Pa Sat Hawker’s Center

14:00 – Chinatown

15:30 – Maxwell Food Center

16:00 – Chinatown

19:30 – Clark Quay

21:00 – Back to Hotel

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