Singapore sparkles as the jewel of Southeast Asia. Being a multicultural city, Singapore showcases a variety in not just the cultures but also its vast range of places, food, people and everyday life.

You may not find enough words to describe this “Little Red Dot” on the world map, but once you come out from the airport, you will shout out.

Spectacular in its landscape, organized in its approach towards development, and remarkable in maintaining its splendor, Singapore surely attracts tourists, year after year, like no other! Don’t gauge it by its size. To know more about Singapore and how you enjoy your trip, we have curated this Singapore itinerary 7 days for you. The city boasts skyscrapers, outstanding attractions, and clean wide streets. It is often regarded as one of the world’s busiest ports. Its facets of modernization are much wider than the world-class casinos and exclusive hotels of Marina Bay.

The natural beauty of Singapore is not only restricted to Sentosa; it has many more things to cater to the needs of every traveller.

Thus, our 7 days Singapore itinerary is the best way to discover the diversity that Singapore offers to its visitors.

Do I Need a visa for Singapore?

If you belong to visa-exempt countries (the USA, Europe, New Zealand, South Korea, and Norway), you can visit and stay in Singapore for up to 90 days without a visa.

People from other countries need a visa to go to Singapore.

Citizens of ASEAN countries don’t require any visa to enter Singapore.

Accommodation

Throughout this Singapore itinerary, we recommend some of the best hotels for your upcoming trip. Our choices,

  • Campbell Inn ($51.60 per night**)
  • Galaxy Pods @ Chinatown ($61.17 per night**)
  • Amrise Hotel ($63.84 per night**)

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7 days Singapore itinerary Overview

Singapore Itinerary

Our one-week Singapore itinerary includes all the country’s notable attractions and landmarks, including the night safari, the Universal Studio, Sentosa, the Marina Bay, the national museum of Singapore, etc.

Enjoy delicious cuisine, learn about the country’s rich history, and relax at the beautiful resorts.

Day 1 Arrival and night safari
Day 2 Universal Studios Tour
Day 3 Gardens by the Bay
Day 4 Sentosa Island
Day 5 Singapore City Tour
Day 6 Leisure Day/Singapore City Tour (Remaining parts)
Day 7 Departure

Day 1: Arrival and Night Safari

Singapore is well-connected with the rest of the world. It has two airports: Changi International Airport and Seletar Airport. Changi Airport is the 7th busiest airport in the world.

After your arrival, you will go directly to the hotel and relax until it’s time to visit Night Safari.

Night Safari is one of the must-see attractions in your Singapore itinerary, as it is the first nocturnal zoo in the world. The zoo has more than 2500 animals of different species; some of them are even endangered.

The entire region is divided into four parts, each in its own way permitting you to see these sweet creatures as they approach their “day.”

There are options for private visits, buggy rides, educational meetings, and once-in-a-lifetime encounters like an Asian elephant managing a session.

After the tour, you will return to the hotel.

Timing: 6.30 pm to 12 am

Price: $35 per person

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Day 2: Universal Studios Day Tour

Start your day with an excellent breakfast from your hotel. It is the 2nd day of your Singapore vacation, and today, you will visit the most famous Universal Studios.

Universal Studios is the first theme park in Southeast Asia and the second in Asia. Each theme park area pays homage to a specific film, television show, or location. New York City, Hollywood, Madagascar, and a trip to Old Egypt are the top destinations in this theme park.

Popular fiction-themed attractions included Shrek’s Far Away, Lost World, and Sci-Fi City. The thrill rides are dominated by Revenge of the Mummy, a dark indoor coaster, and duelling roller coasters based on Battlestar Galactica.

The studio offers a plethora of culinary delights, shopping, and live events throughout the day. Apart from rides, there are many attractions for kids and adventure buffs. All these experiences offer a lot of adventure and fun for youngsters and adults.

After an adventurous day, return to your hotel.

Timing: 12 pm to 7 pm

Price: $97 per person

Pro tip: try delicious dishes like Braised imperial bird’s nest with fish maw and the Stir-fried Beef tenderloin with black pepper at Feng Shui Inn.

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Why is Universal Studios Singapore famous?

It is the first Hollywood movie-themed park in Southeast Asia. The entire park is divided into seven movie-themed zones, each exclusively designed. The theme park has 24 rides and attractions that keep you entertained and thrilled throughout your tour.

Is Harry Potter at Universal Singapore?

Universal Studios Singapore has no Harry Potter-themed attractions. But the studio boasts other interests, including Shrek, Jurassic World, and Transformers.

Which ticket to buy in Universal Studios Singapore?

One-day entry ticket will allow you to enjoy all the rides, shows, and attractions of the park. It will take nearly 6-7 hours to see the major attractions and shows.

Day 3: A Day at the Gardens by the Bay

After enjoying your breakfast, you will go for a tour of the Gardens by the Bay.

This largest garden project is located in the heart of Singapore’s new downtown Marina Bay. It will strengthen manifold Singapore’s global reputation as a Garden City.

Gardens by the Bay are being developed in phases, and the three distinctive waterfront gardens – Bay South, Bay East and Bay Central- span 101 hectares. Officially scheduled to open to the public in mid-2012, it offers the old and young an excellent place to enjoy the green and flora and discover a grateful respite from the hustle and bustle of city living.

Marina Bay Sands in Singapore

Adding most dramatically to the city’s horizon are the dominating Supertrees, tree-like structures ranging between 25 and 50 metres in height in the Golden Garden and Silver Garden.

Multifunctional, they are enabled with environmental technologies that simulate the photosynthesizing function of trees, storing renewable solar energy that can be utilized for other functions such as lighting.

These towering gardens also collect rainwater for irrigation and fountain displays, just like how real trees absorb rainwater for growth.

Other themed gardens include the Heritage Gardens, which portray Singapore’s colonial heritage and multiracial identity. The Dragonfly Lake supports biodiversity and provides a habitat for fish and birds.

After purchasing tickets, head into the Flower Dome. You will need a few minutes to adjust your senses once in the Flower Dome. The temperature and humidity inside the Flower Dome are as close to perfect as you could get, and with over 300,000 kinds of plants, you may end up staying longer than planned.

You can walk amongst the clouds at the Cloud Forest there as well.

Timing: 5 am to 2 am

Price: there is no entry free, but you need to pay to enter two biodomes (the Cloud Forest and the Flower Dome)

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What is the best time to visit Gardens by the Bay?

November to March is the best time to visit this attraction, as the temperature remains cool and comfortable.

Day 4: the wonders of Sentosa Island

Once your breakfast is completed, you will head towards Sentosa Island.

Located on the Southern coast of Singapore, the island is brimming with pristine beaches, clear water and embraces visitors with plenty of water activities.

A trip to Sentosa Island is unforgettable on your one-week itinerary in Singapore. And there’s no better way of getting here than taking a ride in the Singapore Cable Car, which lets you enjoy the picturesque sight of lush greenery and the fantabulous coastal area.

Travellers can do almost everything here – relax on the beach, play volleyball and golf, stroll the walking trails, or enjoy a spa. More than 50 restaurants cater to the need of every gourmand, and 11 attractions at the Imbiah Lookout will suit even the most seasoned vacationer.

Sentosa Island is famous for its SEA Aquarium, Adventure Park, and Skyline Luge Sentosa.

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SEA Aquarium

The SEA Aquarium is one of the popular places to visit on your Singapore vacation. This place has a large number of the world’s largest manta rays. You can also encounter many marine animals such as Hammerhead Sharks, Giant Moray Eel, Reef Manta Ray, and Giant Crabs. The entire aquarium area is divided into seven zones, each portraying a different perspective on the beautiful sea life.

Timing: 10 am to 5 pm

Price: $21 per person

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Is Sentosa a man-made island?

This tiny island of Singapore is famous for its largely man-made beaches, pristine natural beauty and plenty of water sports.

Day 5: City Tour

It is the 5th day of your 7-day Singapore itinerary. After finishing breakfast, you will be prepared for the city tour.

Singapore is jam-packed with many popular attractions like Singapore Flyer, Orchard Road, Chinatown, Botanic Garden, and many more. Today, you will discover many of them.

Singapore Flyer: Singapore Flyer is one of the noteworthy attractions in Singapore, which goes with you like a local escort 165 meters up overhead, whose view stretches to parts of Malaysia and Indonesia. The flyer has 28-air conditioned glass capsules.

Singapore Flyer

Every capsule can carry about twenty-eight people. The Singapore Flyer’s builders ensure every rider or passenger will experience about thirty minutes of riding this observation wheel.

And every passenger of this flyer will feel satisfied riding on it because of the impressive and beautiful views of the surroundings of Singapore.

Timing: 2 pm to 10 pm

Price: $24 per person

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Singapore Botanic Garden: Our Singapore itinerary won’t be completed if we don’t mention this UNESCO World Heritage Site. The garden has more than 1000 plant species and 2000 hybrids.

Singapore Botanic Garden

The garden isn’t only a leading centre of botanical research but is also ideal for jogging and relaxing. You can also find many fantastic birds and insects besides plants and trees.

Timing: 5 am to 2 pm

ArtScience Museum: This museum amalgamates Art, Science, Culture, and Technology. It has 21 gallery spaces where visitors can explore various genres, including partial physics, marine biology, cosmology, and many more.

Rainwater is harvested and channelled down the centre of the building to the pond.

Timing: 10 am to 7 pm

Price: $12

Orchard Road: Orchard Road in Singapore is truly a shopper’s paradise, with a multitude of shops containing an exclusive range of items.

The area has 22 shopping centres, six retail chains, four cinemas, an IMAX film, and a KTV karaoke establishment.

The largest shopping mall in Orchard Road is Ngee Ann City which comprises upscale boutiques such as Louis Vuitton and Vacheron Constantin, as well as Southeast Asia’s biggest bookstore, Books Kinokuniya.

Wisma Atria is an excellent venue for the whole family as it is equipped with an aquarium and a massive food court with a capacity of 900 seats. Other malls include Pinoy Palace, Wheelock Place, The Paragon, Tang Plaza, Forum the Shopping Mall and Orchard Point.

After a fun-filled day, you must return to your hotel for relaxation and comfort.

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Day 6: Leisure Day/City Tour

You can plan it accordingly since it is a leisure day on your Singapore itinerary. After breakfast, you can rest or go shopping or explore more attractions like the National Museum of Singapore, Chinatown, Marina Bay, etc.

The National Museum of Singapore: It is the country’s oldest museum which portrays both neoclassical and modern architectural design. The museum inspires visitors about the rich history and culture of Singapore.

The museum is home to 145 million specimens of plants, animals, fossils, rocks, meteorites, human remains, and cultural artefacts. It organizes various events like workshops, film screenings and story-telling sessions.

Timing: 10 am to 7 pm

Price: $15 per person

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Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

Marina Bay Sands: A high-end luxury hotel, a shopping mall with a canal running through it, the Marina Bay Sands Skypark Observation Deck, and the ArtScience Museum are all part of the Marina Bay Sands complex. The hotel’s ship houses the Skylark’s viewing deck and infinity pool.

You can see the harbour, Gardens by the Bay, the clever double helix bridge, and the stunning skyline from the Skypark Observation Deck.

Chinatown: Don’t forget to include Chinatown on your bucket list when planning a Singapore vacation. This place is ideal for amusement, shopping, and dining.

The place is blessed with a 6-story retail shopping centre north of 220 Forte, F&B shops, grocery stores, travel services and a culture-themed public library.

Cafes embrace tourists with plenty of choices, from traditional pastry kitchens to family-friendly cafés and affordable dining options.

Pro tip: If you love to experiment with culinary dishes, don’t forget to try delicacies like Hainanese Chicken Rice, Nasi Lemak, Fish Head Curry, and Ayam Buah Keluak.

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Day 7: Departure

It’s time to say goodbye to Singapore. After your breakfast, you will go to the airport for your flight. You will return home with beautiful memories from your trip that can be shared with friends and loved ones.

The diversity and variety of Singapore are like an ocean with infinite gems. Attractions like the Universal Studios, Gardens by the Bay, Sentosa Island, and Singapore night safari are just a few of the many reasons why thousands of avid travellers visit this enchanting location every year.

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FAQs

How many days is sufficient for Singapore?

Though you can cover all the major attractions within five days, we recommend enjoying the city to the full extent for seven days.

Which is the best month to visit Singapore?

Singapore is all year round tourist destination as it observes pleasant weather and comfortable climate throughout the year. But to avoid crowds, you should visit this country between July and November.