Singapore in 96 Hours

Singapore in 96 Hours, Singapore, Singapore (B)

Singapore stimulates the senses and can put you in overdrive quickly. It’s the Disney of Asia; a clean, orderly, entertaining city where you can spend as little or as much money as you want. We splurged a few places, saved in others, and had an absolute blast in our 96 hours, which included New Year’s Eve. We break down how to spend your time geographically so that you can get the most out of Singapore without wearing yourself out too much.

We arrived via bus from Kuala Lumpur (about S$12.) The advertised five-hour ride turned into seven, so by the time we got into Singapore, our legs wanted to stretch and our tummies wanted to eat. We staying at the Hilton Garden Inn Singapore (on Hilton points!) in Little India, a perfect place. Dropping our bags at the hotel, we scurried out to grab a bite at the local hawker stalls nearby. Vegan roti masala satisfied my growling tummy for just S$3, and I topped it with a mango lassi for S$2 from the stall next door. Off to bed we went to gear up for our first big day in Singapore. ($1USD to S$1.35) ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Singapore in 96 Hours
Guide Location: Singapore » Singapore
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Chris Englert
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Hilton Garden Inn Singapore
  • Oculus
  • Cloud Forest
  • Flower Dome
  • Shake Shack
  • Super Trees
  • Clarke Quay
  • Don Don Donki
  • Botanic Gardens
  • Center for Ethnobotany
  • Orchid Garden
  • Jewel
  • Ice Lab
  • Buddhist Temple
  • Marina Bay Sands Light Show
  • Fortune Court
  • ArtScience Museum

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