Suggestions welcomed and needed please for trip to Singapore. Is Johor & Macau worth visiting - also the arab markets. Hotel suggestions much appreciated. Many thanks
I have heard drink prices are very expensive in Singapore, can anybody give me a rough guide to beer and wine prices
in local pubs and restaurants. thanks
1) any one has tried accomodation listed on airbnb in singapore?? if yes do suggest, I am travelling with my family for a week
2) which apps you found more useful for trip?
3) do we need to book tickets for universal studio or other important places in advance or I can do it just visiting these places??
4) I have been there before, I found it easy to move around in singapore..any suggestion are welcome..
I am planning trip with my family to singapore. I have already gone through website, which clearly states that I need to apply through approved travel agent.
My question is why they are asking me to handover my original passport. They have to apply online and I will be getting e-visa.
Please do let me know if any traveller from india obtained visa for singapore and malaysia.
If things are smoother from thailand then I may plan to include thailand too.
I live in town which has 2 travel agent but none of them are listed on singapore embassy webite.
thank you in advance
How to find a bus ticket in Singapore at reasonable rates?
Hello, what is the best way to get from Changi to the Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal just outside the airport?
I just want to know is it possible to go out from changi airport if i have 16hours transit? Transit in terminal 1 with jetstar. Thankyou!
Hello may i know what is the fastest routes i should take if i wanna go to gardens by the bay from changi airport? It tooks how many hours? Thankyou!
We will be in Singapore in a week with 6 year old and want to go to universal studios Sentosa. Can you buy advance express or VIP tickets to avoid queues? (Are these only needed at weekends?)
Also what else might we want or need to book ahead for?
Where are water slides and parks?
We are excited and appreciate your help
We are in Singapore for my birthday in a few days and I'd love ideas on how to spend the day.
I love soaking up the atmosphere of a place, seafood, coffee, cake, modern art, nature....and more
Please msg your ideas...ill have my daughter and husband travelling with me and would like a special dinner or lunch out and a few drinks if possible but child friendly is the way as no one to do childcare x
Reaching Singapore on 6th Sep afternoon. Should reach hotel by 3-4pm. Return Flight on 11 Sep late night around 10pm. So I pretty much have 5 full days at my expense.
I am keen on splitting them 3 for Sentosa (and all activities that are possible to cover in that duration) and 2 days for the remaining city. Does it sound good? Can someone suggest me a detailed plan.
For your reference I have 1900 SGD at my expense (minus the flights, hotel and visa charges that have already been booked and paid)
Awaiting for a mind blasting plan from my fellow VT comrades :D
PS: I am travelling with my wife
What can I do in Singapore when I have about 12 hours to spare until my next flight (arriving7:30 AM, departing 7:30 PM)?
I am gering up for my business cum leisure vacation to singapore from 22-27 aug.
As i have no idea on singapore and i would like to enlightening me on my schedule , plan and tickets, passes.
could anybody help me to make my schedule ,ticket passes for 6 daysin singapore.
For travelling in bus and trains i will have ez link card
22aug 10am - hotel
sentosa island with sentosa 1 days pass (11am-9pm)
23aug- uss (8am-9pm) with USS 1 days pass
24aug-26aug(10am-4pm) business meetings
but at evening im planning to keep a short 3-4hr sight seeing for 3days.
b.garden by bay
singapore flyer, china town , little india,marina bay sand,orchard road and other attraction (is there any single pass to cover all)
I am highly grateful for taking you a ton your highly precious time to read my plan and helping me out.
Hi evryone i am planing for a trip to bali from singapore
My question is where i can find travel buddy ????
Thanks in advance
I will be having a transit of almost 7 hrs(1100-1900hrs) on a Saturday at T5. Any recommendations on where I can go if I intend to do some sight seeing?
Also, I'm changing plane, but same airline. Would I need to collect my lugguage and later check in again?
Appreciate your advice.
Hi we are visiting Singapore just for two days and there are lots of nice places to visit..
Please guide on what are the best places we shouldn't miss out and can fit in two days
will the upcoming epl season be showing in bars in singapore
Worth it or tourist trap? Is the zoo worth seeing? What is the one nature site I should visit.
flight lands at 1 am but check in is a 3 pm. what to do?
1st day- 8th august 2106
-Check-in hotel by 1pm
-Singapore National Meuseum
-Visit Clarke Quay in the evening
2nd Day- 9th august
Gardens of the Bay
Marina Bay Sands Casino
Marina Bay Sands Sky park (Best time dusk)
Ku De Ta at the MBS sky park
3rd Day- 10th august
4th Day- 12th `August
Cove water park
5th- 13th August
Day 6- Maria Square (Vivo City)
Little india + China town
Is this itenary okay? Kindly suggest any changes or any places to include/exclude?
It is many years since i have spent time in Singapore, usually passing through very quickly,. At the end of July we will be arriving at 4.50 pm and departing at 2.20 am, 9 hrs later. I figure this will give us from 6.30 pm to 11.30 pm to explore a little and enjoy a meal. Considering nearby stations that serve the airport, the attractions to see in the evening would it be better to spend our time wandering around Little India or Chinatown. We are not interested in modern buildings but prefer to see older parts of the city. Which area would you recommend and why?
I am considering one of two self guided walks. Any comments?
Thanks fellow VTers
Can any body tell me what is the entry price of Adult Sentosa?
I am planning to visit Singapore during the first week of August this year for my holidays.
I have been to Singapore around 4-5 years back, & would really appreciate if I could get any must-visit places which are not very known and conman.
Also, if there is any island in and around Singapore that' is worth a visit (except Sentosa of course)?
I'm looking for an island that has water sport activities operating.
Would love any advise or suggestions.
Hi! I intend to spend my birthday weekend in Singapore this June (3rd week)2016 for 2 nights Saturday and Sunday in a hostel in Bugis (I will be back to my home country on a Monday morning). It would be my first time to visit this country. I would welcome any tips on how to maximize fully my Saturday and Sunday. 1. Regarding transferring from one spot to the other, which is better: getting Singapore EZ card or take the hop on hop off bus? 2. Which tourist spots to visit for 2 days (aside from Universal Studios & Animal Zoos)? Do I need to book online in advance so I can save some bucks? 3. For the food, I will definitely try the hawker stalls. Are there any restos or maybe a nice special dining place to celebrate my birthday around Bugis St (like a birthday place for tourists haha) ? 4. Is it easy to maneuver in Singapore? Can I still locate the tourist spots without using online maps? (I dont think I will have mobile internet connection when I get there)
Thanks in advance for your suggestion.
So finally i have (after a lot of research/valuable inputs/reading other threads and posts etc) i have drawn up this itinerary which will also help others who read this.
What i need to know is :-
-If the time spent is correct at each area/attraction
-If anything is missed out
-if anything has to be removed from the plan/Change
not interested to do any of the nature/history apart from the Zoo etc- so avoided lot of areas too.
Now to come to itinerary. We are traveling on June 3rd and leaving on june 11th. that is 9 days full.
We are a couple for 9 days. (2 couples are joining for first 3 days hence the tight and busy 1st 3 days schedule)
We are staying at my Cousins place at Clarkquay.
we land at 8:15am - we plan to settle down have a quick nap
lunch at 12pm.
Post lunch head to SEA aquarium - 3 hours.(Maritime / typhoon theater)
Head back to VIVO city and then to raffles. walk down to merlion/fullerton hotel/raffles landing site) see the sound and light show of MBS(WONDERFUL) from Merlion.
Walk towards Clarkquay/Boatquay and settle at one of the places for dinner.
Universal studio - at 9ish ( 6 hours )
Chinatown - 5ish(early dinner) ( 2-3 hours)
Head back home for a quick nap and head to MBS casino or a club)
Orchard/Dhoby Ghaut - 11pm
Head back home at about 5pm. friends will be departing Singapore so will help them check out.
rest at home since we will be tired from the 1st 3 days.
Half day walk towards esplanade/float @ marina bay / makan sutra / F1 area/Flyer
other half of the day - ????
Little India - 11pm- mustafa/tekka/buffalo street etc - 3 hours
Kampong glam area - 3pm - arab street/Haji lane/ bussorah, surrounding areas - 4 hours
head back home
Zoo - full day
IKEA- 3 hours - wife is interior designer so a must visit place
Holland village for lunch & shop - 2 hours
other half day - ????
Jurong bird park - 6 hours
Head back home
We have a flight at 10:00PM so will head out by 6pm. - may be keep this day spare to do things which we might have missed out on earlier/hang around with cousin etc..
Things we want to do but feel we might pass it this time :-
Underwater world - doing SEA aquarium so its an alternate
Night safari - might be a different experience but doing Zoo during the day
River safari - haven't got too many good reviews on this
Ducktour/Singapore River cruise - doing lot of things on foot so this could be a alternate
Gardens by the bay - heard too many good review but unable to decide on this attraction
JOOCHIAT/KATONG district - ??? should this be done?
Please help on your valuable inputs.:) thanks in advance
My son has around the world ticket, with few stops. He plan to travel for 6 weeks , as that's much he is free from his Uni over the summer.
His ticket is :London-Singapore-Auckland-Rorotonga( Cook Islands)-LA-London..
Everywhere he arranged to stay with friends but Singapore, as is his first time in SEA , he done lots of reading on the area now we just need to find good and cheap-ish place to stay for 4 nights in the city.
We know that the city is very clean and safe, yet we would like your opinion on area where to stay.
Can you gave us some pointers please?
We keep looking on line but is bit confusing.
We would like to be central as possible, clean and no too expensive.
Any ideas greatly apriciated. Many thanx
Do I need to pre-book organized excursions or is there a hop on hop off bus. Thinking about visiting March 2017 Any suggestions as to best hotel location much appreciated. Want to see all the major tourist sites - not interested in theme parks and anything with cable cars
Hey! Will be travelling with family in June to Singapore. I currently have two bookings and need help in finding out which is a better hotel - Hotel Boss & Orchard Grand Court. My budget is about 90-100 US$ per night - would like to be around Orchard or Quay. Please let me know your suggestions!! Thanks in advance!
We are arriving into Singapore at about 7pm so by the time we get thru customs and get to our Hotel in the City it will probably be about 9ish.
Are any of the food courts open for late night dining or what are some suggestions for a late ,cheap realistic Singaporean dinner.
So .....we have a 6 year old daughter and want to visit Singapore from Perth, Australia for 4 nights in July/August.
It will be our first trip.I understand public transport is so good that location doesn't matter too much but maybe you guys can tell us if there's any area for a family to avoid?
Our aim is
....some good meals out, ( can be street food, cheap but brilliant, etc) visit the zoo, Sentosa island for fun and enjoy a nice hotel ( wifi and pool ideally )
We have a budget of about A$150 a night and I fear that may not get us much in Singapore.
I'm familiar with booking.com and trivago but would welcome recommendations of any hotel that would be a good location and meet our needs.