Walked to Telek Ayer Street near Chinatown from the hotel to see the Thian Hock Keng Taoist Temple. This is a beautiful spot and has a very calm appeal. The temple is dedicated to Taoism's goddess of travel and represents the culture of the Chinese migrants who flocked in here eons ago.
Later, spent some time in Fort Canning that is today another urban green space but what was the site of the surrender of the British to the Japanese during WWII.
Booked a Grab cab to the airport to catch the return flight later in the evening.
To wrap up, I would not brag of having seen everything worth seeing in SG in 5 days though initially it might look a reasonable time frame to cover the tiny city-state. There is much more here to see and the credit goes to the city planners who made it a priority to make sure that the history of the place is always remembered. Singapore has a plethora of museums such as the National Museum, Asian Civilisations Museum, Chinese Heritage Centre, Indian Heritage Centre, Philately Museum, ArtScience Museum to name a few. Each one is worth a visit. And there will always be something to go back to.