Things to Do, Sights to Witness, and Food to Eat on Your Singapore Tour

Being a literal fantasy island, Singapore tour has a lot more to offer than your usual holiday plans. With its dreamy architecture and its glamorous lighting, Singapore is sure to give a flair to your vacation plans. Being pristine and one of the most popular tourist destinations, it is just the perfect destination for your well-deserved holiday trip. There are museums, festivals, amazing landmarks, art galleries, zoo to make your Singapore tour pop.

To make your trip even more glamorous, we have gathered some tips and suggestions exclusively for you. Also check out the things you should know about Hong Kong and Singapore Travel Bubbles when you plan your trip.


Marina Bay Sands

Marina Bay Sands

Marina Bay Sands is no doubts the most iconic hotel in Singapore. Its world largest rooftop infinity pool has attracted millions of tourists checking in while visitors can enjoy the panoramic view of the city’s skyline, or soar 57 levels above the heart of the city at the stunning Sands SkyPark Observation Deck. The resort is an integrated complex, where you can find shops, restaurants, museums, casinos, exhibitions and theatres. It is perfect for business and family travellers, who are looking for convenience and entertainment for their trips.

Raffles Hotel Singapore

Raffles Hotel Singapore

The elegant historical hotel is located in the heart of Singapore. The hotel rose from humble origins as a small seaside hotel that first debuted in the late 1800s. And after a 3-year process of careful restoration & refurbishment, Raffles Hotel Singapore has officially reopened in August 2019. You can find a number of restaurants and bars inside the hotel, serving superb regional and international cuisines. It is also famous as the birthplace of the Singapore Sling cocktail. The famous cocktail was created by Raffles bartender Ngiam Tong Boon in 1915.

The Clan Hotel

The Clan Hotel

Located in the heart of the city, The Clan Hotel offers guests with unique experiences. The modern luxury hotel is a 30 storey tall building with 324 rooms which is just newly opened in 2021. When you step inside the hotel, it begins with an elegant Chinese-style welcome tea ceremony, where a tea master serves a custom blended Chinese tea that pairs perfectly with traditional bean pastry.The hotel also provides room service hawker food in collaboration with the hawkers around the area, where you can enjoy local delicacies such as  Bak Kut Teh and Laksa without going outside.


Amoy is a beautiful boutique hotel near ChinaTown. The oreintal style hotel can bring you back to a hundred years ago, every corner of the hotel is decorated with some chinese or oriental elements, such as the room design, the lobby and even the room names. The hotel does not have the ordinary hotel facilities like gym, swimming pool, they even only have one Japanese restaurant, however, with its supreme location, you can just hop around the hip neighborhood and experience the authentic east meets west culture. 



fusion dishes in Cloudstreet

Cloudstreet is considered THE DEAL in Singapore. Being a sister concern of Cheek Bistro, Cloudstreet is known worldwide for its exquisite and hospitable service, tempting fusion cuisine, and its progressive wine. 

Constructed to give you a home-like touch to your dining experience, Cloudstreet’s foods overflow with seasonings and carefully picked ingredients to spark joy in your taste buds. The wine menu alone features over 350 labels! Remember to make your reservations before going to this place!

Go-Ang Pratunam Chicken Rice

Go-Ang Pratunam Chicken Rice

After finally opening up in Singapore, Go-Ang Pratunam has been a hit! After being a rolling success in Thailand for the last 50 years, the owners thought of extending the pleasure to Singapore. As the name suggests, the diner specializes in chicken rice.

While being not too hard on the pocket, the chicken rice that these food angels offer is much different than the usual chicken rice available all over Singapore; it’s better! The chili in its recipe accounts for the piquant difference. The rice is sticky, sweet, and moderately spicy. Over here, you can also top your rice with braised pork, steamed fish, omelet, or basil chicken.

No Signboard Seafood

Famous Seafood Dishes in No Signboard Seasfood

Being a favorite customer diner, as its name suggests, it specializes in palatable seafood. It has four outlets in Singapore, with its outlet in the Espalade Mall being the most popular one. With a state-of-the-art, contemporary interior and a loaded menu, many food connoisseurs highly recommend it. The presentation of their food is excellent, too, sure to be the envy of your Instagram followers.

The most ordered dish in this restaurant is chili crab prepared from top ingredients with all the right sauces to make your meal a juicy and piquant one. It is simply adored by all natives!


Gardens by the bay

Fascinating architecture in Garden by the bay

This is a great place for families to visit to add a picnic vibe to their vacation. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Singapore. To describe this place as beautiful would be an understatement. 

Excellent for photographers with its Supertree Grove, vertical gardens, tantalizing indoor waterfalls, a huge greenhouse, and Cloud Forest (giving this place a tropical highland vibe), this place has it all covered. It even offers a glamorous view of Singapore’s skyline.

Marina Bay Sands

Infinity pool on the rooftop of Marina Bay Sands

Being one of Singapore’s most iconic destinations, this place is a must-go. There is a huge mall, a running casino, a convention center, and a state-of-the-art hotel for tourists.

Its three colossal towers prop up a cantilevered 3-acre SkyPark 57 stories above ground. Within them are glamorous restaurants, an infinity pool,  jogging tracks, and bars. The towers also shelter some great boutiques to its nightclub with a giant-sized Ferris wheel and a neat slide. There’s even a skating rink and a museum for a virtual adventure (full of science and tech).

Kampong Glam

Colourful pathways in Kampong Glam

Tourists visit this place for its touch with history, religion, and culture. Great for history enthusiasts, this place is hip with shops and cafes extending in many colorful streets and pathways. You can grab some decent quality grub here or some modern clothes; it has no limits. You’ll find boutiques and Mediterranean restaurants too!

It also houses many cultural splendors like the Sultan mosque, the Malay Heritage Center, and Singapore’s only vintage camera museum! You can witness an extravagant Muslim festival during the holy month of Ramadan.

Night Safari

Night Safari

Being just perfect for adults and kids alike, this destination is considerate to all ages. Being one of its kind, it was the first park to ever think of nocturnal animals during a safari. The park extends to a good 86 acres, housing over 2500 animals from 130 species.

Popular for its Thumbuakar performance, you’ll see fire twirlers performing with a sleek grace. If you visit when the park is not crowded, you can even get a chance to watch diffident creatures. You’ll see the rarest of the animals here in your 40 minute night safari in this park.

For all these magnificent reasons, you should definitely plan a Singapore tour whenever you get a chance; it’s just out there. 

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