An extra day will also allow you to plan a trip to Sentosa Island that houses Resorts World, Universal Studios Singapore, Tiger Sky Tower, Singapore Butterfly & Insect Kingdom, and SEA Aquarium, which has one of the largest collections of aquatic animals in the world, along with long, sandy beaches. This man-made island is located just south of Singapore CBD. You can take a 12-minute cable car ride from Vivo City to reach Sentosa, and enjoy scenic, panoramic views on the way.
Cuisine on offer
Singapore is a food lover's paradise. From Michelin-starred hotels to gourmet street food; name it and you'll find it here. The cuisine is influenced by flavours of Malaysia, China, Indonesia and India. The Tian Tian chicken rice at Maxwell Road Hawker Centre comes highly recommended.
Further reading: With Dishes Starting At ₹200, This Is The Only Food Trail You Need To Follow In Singapore
When to go
February to April is quite pleasant and is great for outdoor activities and sitting at open-air restaurants and in markets. It rains quite often in the months of November, December and January, while May and June are the hottest months.
The most convenient and economical way to travel in Singapore is by using the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) subway system, which is something like the Delhi Metro in India. The system operates from 5.30am to midnight, with trains at peak times running every two to three minutes. You can also take trishaws (like rickshaws), though there are only around 250 trishaws left in Singapore. You can still easily find them in tourist areas.
Where to stay
Singapore has hotels to suit every budget. You can try the Fragrance Hotel- Riverside located on Hong Kong Street, Boat Quay with rooms starting at ₹5,000 or the Hotel Conrad Centennial Singapore located on Marina Bay for a perfect view of the city's skyline. For more options, check here.
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