I should be given a chance to experience the rich blend in culture, cuisine, arts and architecture of Singapore because I’m an explorer who loves to indulge myself in food, culture and adventure and Singapore has it all! And I would enjoy every moment and every step I take if I am given the chance.
My perfect Itinerary to explore Singapore in one day starts of in the morning.
At 8am off to SENTOSA exploring what nature has to offer going through the dragon trail the stopping and getting an up close and personal with Mother Nature by visiting the underwater world and Dolphin Lagoon.
And moving to Imbiah lookout point for some exhilarating excitement by hopping on the Skyride for a scenic tree top view and straight to the Sentosa Luge a Part go-cart, part-toboggan race down a 650km track!
Then head on back to mainland by taking the cable car for one last look of Sentosa.
Heading on to Mandai Orchid Garden for lunch while enjoying fine garden dining at the Vanilla Pod Restaurant and Bar. Well might get to do a little orchid shopping too for mom’s little garden at home.
After refreshing at the Mandai Orchid Garden, off to more sightseeing by hopping on the Heritage Hippotours to experience major heritage sights and their architectural like Chinatown, Little India and Kampong Glam and if have a little more time I’ll take the city Hippotours where I get to see the Botanic Garden and The Raffles Landing sight and a little shopping too.
Right before sunset I’ll hop on the river cruise where I get a view of the city from the river like how traders do in the old ages and also I get to see the beautiful sunset of Singapore.
Its dinner time and I want to experience what the locals eat. So the best place to experience that is at Chomp Chomp! A place filled with hawker stalls where I get to taste all sorts of food satisfying my taste buds.
After dinner I would take a flight on the Singapore Flyer which is the world’s largest observation wheel to see the Night cityscape's of Singapore.
And to end my Singapore adventure right before midnight is to be launched up into the sky at 200km per hour to a dazzling height of 60 meters on the G-MAX and scream at the top of my lungs so Singapore would hear me.
And this is how I “Indulge in the Uniquely Singapore Experience”