There's no other location like Singapore.
Found simply off the southern tip of Malaysia, this energetic city-state brags a lovely mix of Malaysian, Indian, Chinese, Arab and English societies - all with its own Singaporean curve.
The "Lion City," as it's alluded, is loaded up with superb culinary encounters, best in class housing, and energizing nightlife.
This Singapore travel guide is loaded up travel tricks and tips to assist you with arranging your very own outing to Singapore!
How to get to Singapore
Touchdown at Singapore-Changi International Airport, which serves direct flights from all the major airports and in India you can get a direct flight from Delhi, Kolkata or Mumbai.
Indigo Singapore flight from Mumbai Airport
Make sure to get your flight tickets early, combine with card offers and coupons to get a good deal on international flights.
Contact me if you need help with finding the best flight deals.
Singapore at a glance
Singapore is a small island country in Southeast Asia that is gotten one of the world's most prosperous nations.
Stroll around for a day and you'll see every one of the highlights of an ultramodern culture with its great skylines, contemporary design, top of the line shopping centers, and profoundly effective train framework.
While Singapore is a little nation, there is still a ton to see.
Only 31 miles wide and 17 miles in length, Singapore has an exceptional measure of must-see neighborhoods like Little India, Bugis, Chinatown, Marina Bay, the Financial District, and Sentosa Island.
Best time to Travel
Singapore is humid and sticky all year so there is definitely not an ideal time to visit or ideal weather month.
The normal temperature is 26-27°C and the humidity is constantly above 80% regardless of what season.
The main thing you likely need to know with respect to Singapore's climate is that the wettest months are from November to January.
That is the storm season so you might need to stay away from those months in the event that you don't need a more noteworthy possibility of a downpour.
Roaming around in the hot sun in Singapore
Getting around in Singapore
Singapore has the best public transport system, so if you want to move around the city and explore all the neighborhoods then you can pick up any of the public transport options which are budget-friendly.
Singapore Road and Public Transport
Public Transport - The Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) is a simple and moderate option to get around Singapore. The cost of tickets relies upon where you are going and by and large goes around SGD 4 (USD 3 - INR 200). On the off chance that you are wanting to investigate however much of the city as could reasonably be expected, the Singapore Tourist MRT Pass can be a lot. It gives you boundless travel for a set period. Buses - you can also use the Tourist pass on the buses and travel to your desired location, you can pull up any location detail on Google maps and just refer to the bus numbers and bus stops nearby, make sure you have an internet package on your phone to use Google or other navigation services Taxi - An application called Grab is well known here, and the ride costs are less expensive than what a conventional taxi ride would cost. It works simply like Uber, which is being eliminated in Singapore. While there is a huge amount of cabs everywhere throughout the city, they charge top rates after 6 p.m., so it can get costly rapidly.Where to Stay
Stay in Singapore is expensive, the amount you pay for a room compared to other tourist locations the place would be matchbox-sized, staying location and areas would be a personal preference based on convenience, food, and the budget.
So you have options to pick from hostels, AirBnBs, Luxury Hotels, and Couch Surfing options. pick the option that would suit the best based on your preference and travel needs.
Again book the hotels in advance to get good deals, my advice would be to shell out a little bit for a night and enjoy a luxuries stay in Marina Bay Sands or The Fullerton Hotel.
You don't get to experience it every day, so indulge that in make enjoy the luxury stays for a night.
Contact me, if you need help with hotel bookings, I can find you good deals for Marian Bay Sands or other hotel options.
Where to Eat
Food culture in Singapore is pretty sorted, you will all type of food options in the Hawker Centers, enjoy a nice meal in stylish resto setup in Clark Quay or go uptight and visit one of those high-end restos in marina bay or seaside and try out some nice seafood options.
I will be posting a separate blog just about "what to eat Singapore" soon which would have more details into the options and things to try out in Singapore Hawker street and the things that I tried out, some images are above.
I want to keep this blog short just an overview and be your Travel Guide to Singapore.
Until then if you have any questions, feel free to contact me and I will be happy to help you out to pick your perfect eating spot.
Singapore Trip - Itinerary
Itinerary for Singapore totally depends on your preference, things to see and budget.
It will be totally on what you want to do and plan the trip accordingly, if you want to be a tourist then you can maybe complete the tourist attraction in 6-7 days but if you want to explore more try out the food options and explore more into the culture then 2 weeks would be something that you should plan for.
Marina Bay, Laser Show
I will be writing an in-depth itinerary next week, based on different budget options and places to visit and things to do. Stay tuned and subscribe to my channel to get updates on them.
Contact me, if you need me to work on a custom itinerary for you for free, I will be your Travel Guide to Singapore and will help in my best possible way with hotel options and locations to visit all within your budget.
Things to do in Singapore
Singapore might be a small island city, but there are a lot of significant attractions, sights to see and under-the-radar spots to find in this cutting edge city.
I will be writing a whole separate blog of the entire locations. Here I will cover the top 10 locations to visit in Singapore, these are my picks and I won't explain too much into this here.
These are like "THE" location you must visit when you are in Singapore and I will be your travel guide to Singapore and will help you to better understand each location in my next blog - will link here soon ????
1. Merlion Park
Merlion Park, Singapore
2. Gardens by the Bay
Gardens by the Bay, Singapore
3. Flower Dome
Flower Dome, Singapore
4. Cloud Forest
Cloud Forest, Singapore
5. China Town
China Town, Singapore
6. Marina Bay Sands
Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
7. Helix Bridge
Helix Bridge, Singapore
8. Universal Studios
Universal Studios, Singapore
9. Thian Hock Keng
Thian Hock Keng, Singapore
10. Singapore Zoo, River Safari, and Night Safari
Panda, River Safari, Singapore
So, this is here is my Ultimate Travel Guide to Singapore. what are you waiting for? Go ahead and book your tickets and plan for the trip.
If you need any help with hotel bookings, custom itinerary, and flight tickets. In addition, I will plan the trip within your budget, feel free to contact me.
I will be a virtual tour guide. I can help you out with my contacts in Singapore and get you some good deals.