If you’re looking for something just a bit different in a sightseeing tour, consider a Singapore Night Tour. You can tour the Gardens by the Bay, and take in the city skyline on a river cruise. The tour includes the dazzling Gardens By the Bay Light and Music Show. A night tour, with the help of a professional guide, is a relaxing way to see and learn more about this fantastic city.
Most will want to carve out some time taking advantage of Singapore’s abundant shopping opportunities.
With only 48 hours you’ll need to choose wisely.
Orchard Road is a 2.2 kilometre stretch of giant malls and is the undisputed shopping hub of Singapore. Pristine complexes such as ION Orchard and Paragon house designer brands, while the more understated centres such as Far East Asia and Lucky Plaza still prove ever-popular with bargain hunters.
One of the considerations in choosing dining options for client entertaining is making sure your choice has broad appeal. Meta Restaurant at 9 Keong Saik Road features European, Asian and Fusion dining and is vegetarian-friendly. The restaurant was awarded a Michelin Star in 2017 and boasts a menu that changes seasonally.
When time is limited, but you want to get at least one museum in on your trip, you can’t miss with Singapore’s oldest museum, The National Museum of Singapore. This museum uses a multi-perspective way to present the history of Singapore along with cutting-edge technology. The museum’s history dates back to 1887. The more time you have, the better, but you can get a good overview in three to four hours. Visit the museum at 93 Stamford Road.
Distinctly different from other parts of the city, Singapore’s China Town is worth whatever time you can afford to spend there. Make sure you include the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple at 288 South Bridge Road, the awe-inspiring Sri Mariamman Temple at South Bridge Road and Pagoda Street and the Chinatown Street Market along and around Pagoda Street.
Entirely taking in a world-class city like Singapore in 48 hours may be impossible, but it can be enjoyable trying.
An After-Hours Cocktail
Occupying three floors of the One Raffles Place building, 1-Altitude is three concept bars and restaurants combined. 1-Altitude Gallery and Bar, situated on the rooftop 282 metres above ground is the self-proclaimed ‘highest alfresco bar in the world’ boasting unobstructed views of the city lights. The incredible views also come with an extensive drinks list, as well as a resident DJ.