Making the Most of Your Two Days in Singapore

Two Days in Singapore-Chispa MagazineIf you like visiting places and want to marvel at one of the most beautiful and developed nations on earth, you should set foot in Singapore any time of the year. Although the city is quite small in terms of land area, there are still lots of attractions to see.

If you have your hands full and your schedule list is filled, you don’t have to fret. Even within a considerably short period of time, you can still enjoy what Singapore has to offer. All you need is to transact with Visa Express Singapore, and you are on your way.

A business meeting in the tiny metropolis can be doubled as a rest and recreational appointment. If you have a couple of days to spare, you can turn a tight bind into some of the most pleasurable moments in your life.

Although you can travel around the city anytime, it is perhaps best if you start in the morning to keep your visiting schedule locked in. Moving around early during the day will mean being rewarded at night with cool places to unwind.

Prior to heading out, you should know that Singapore is big on shopping and food. It will be a treat if in-between your trips, you can settle inside a mall and savor some delicious delicacies.

Your travel will be for naught without getting a taste of local gourmet fare. Start your day with the popular roti prata. This is a fried and chippy Indian bread that is served with thick, spicy curry gravy. You can also add cheese or onion on the food depending on what appeals to you. Other cuisines worth trying are the chili crab, laksa curry and Hainanese chicken rice.

Even if you are not big on natural beauty, you will find it enjoyable to stop by at the Singapore Botanical Gardens. It will be fun walking through a park that has a rainforest, an orchid garden and a ginger garden. A big bonus here is catching the city’s Symphony Orchestra at the garden’s concert venue.

Since there are a number of cafes within the vicinity, you can drop by on a few to check the menu and their services. Another option is to go to Orchard Road where many shopping centers are within sight.

In the afternoon, you can visit Raffles Hotel for some historical facts about the Lion City. Then you can wander off to Tanjong Pagar and Chinatown for further sight-seeing on Singapore’s overall structural outlook.

In the evening, getting food and some drinks at the Marina Bay Sands is a must. Add to that the colorful and breath-taking views around the metropolis, and you are in for a treat.

You can jumpstart your second day in Singapore at the famous Sentosa Island Resort. You can practically stay here for the whole stretch of your final leg. You have a lot to look up to since Universal Studios, the South East Asia Aquarium and the Adventure Cove Waterpark are all here. Moreover, you will have the chance to take pictures at the iconic Merlion fountain.

If you have extra time in the evening, you can hang out at Clarke Quay for a round of cocktails and enjoy Singapore’s cool breeze. Otherwise, you can proceed to Changi airport and take a stroll at several shops nearby before your flight.

Photo by Annie Spratt

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Mia Guerra

Mia Guerra

Executive Editor at Chispa Magazine
Executive Editor at Chispa Magazine, Mia Guerra is a writer at heart. Regardless the topic, she loves to investigate, encourage, and ruminate on topics that can make us better people. Aiming to live a Proverbs 31 life, Mia is ecstatic to be following her calling with Chispa. At home she is her husband's sidekick and together they are raising a God-fearing family in Atlanta.

Mia Guerra

Executive Editor at Chispa Magazine, Mia Guerra is a writer at heart. Regardless the topic, she loves to investigate, encourage, and ruminate on topics that can make us better people. Aiming to live a Proverbs 31 life, Mia is ecstatic to be following her calling with Chispa. At home she is her husband's sidekick and together they are raising a God-fearing family in Atlanta.