There is no doubt that Singapore has emerged as one of the top honeymoon destinations for the people lately. And why not? Not just the country has some of the marvelous attractions to explore, but alongside that there are many other things which attracts the visitors. The man-made island, Universal studios and the gigantic statue of the Merlion. Do we have anything else to describe the beauty of this Asian destination? We guess, Anuj’s 5 days trip to Singapore will give you that push to plan your exotic vacation ASAP.
While there were a lot of destinations on our mind, but nothing could beat Singapore. I got married in July, 2019 and wanted my honeymoon to be the best chance to know my partner well. And here we got our place to experience the fun and rekindle our love to weave memories for a lifetime. We had the best our lifetime enjoying the exotic beaches, marvelous architectures and many more things which can only be explained when visited.
Weather In Singapore In July
The weather in Singapore in July was quite moderate with a sunny day. But also there was unwarned rain which lasted for just 10-20 minutes.
Details Of Our 5 Days Trip To Singapore
Trip Type: Romantic 5 Days Trip To Singapore
Cost: INR 112999.6
Duration: 5 Days & 4 Nights
No. Of People: 2
Inclusions: Breakfast, Airport Transfer, Airfare, Visa, Sightseeing, Cab, Entrance Fees
Exclusions: Lunch, Dinner, Travel Insurance, Early Check-in
Travel Agent By TravelTriangle: SKA Travels
Our Itinerary Looked Like This
Day 1: Arrival at Singapore/Sightseeing
Day 2: Visit To Sentosa Island
Day 3: Exploring The Gardens By The Bay
Day 4: Tour To Universal Studios
Day 5: Departure
Experiences We Had During Our 5 Days Trip To Singapore
1. Night Safari In Singapore: Spent Time With Wildlife
The night safari in Singapore was quite a different experience for us and we really enjoyed it. This is one of its own kinds of place and also called out as the world’s first nocturnal zoo. It was in total a 40-minute tram ride where we came across different animals. The open-air setting and the humid tropical forest was something worth experiencing and we had a great experience witnessing such a different kind of zoo.
2. Sentosa Island: Enjoyed The Tropical Vibes
A trip to Singapore will be incomplete if we didn’t take a tour of Sentosa Island. The main highlight of this day was the enthralling cable car ride and also riding the Singapore flyer. Sitting on this we got a panoramic view of the entire island which left us completely baffled. This man-made island gave us a chance to cherish some of the most adventurous moments together.
3. Universal Studios: Living The Hollywood Life
The Universal Studios is the most famous landmark which definitely added an edge to our vacation. It was indeed an amazing experience to see the reel life characters in real life. The rides were no doubt the best part of the entire experience, but in addition to this there was a mummy ride and transformer ride which was entirely a different experience for us.
4. Bugis: Went On A Shopping Spree
A holiday seems quite incomplete without exploring the shopping places of that destination. And when it comes down to Singapore, Bugis is like a shopper’s paradise. We went there for some street shopping and my wife came across some of the nicest collections of dresses.
Highlights Of Our Trip To Singapore
- Night Safari tram ride
- Cable car ride and Singapore flyer in Sentosa Island
- Universal Studios
- Bugis Street shopping
- Cloud forest and light show
Food In Singapore
We were quite skeptical about the food in Singapore keeping in mind the foreign taste. But we came across this Sitara Restaurant located near little India. This was the perfect place for a delicious meal of lunch and dinner. Not just the food was good but they also gave us some discounts on buffet and the price was around 10SGD per buffet.
Shopping In Singapore
Bugis street is one of the best markets to go shopping which has very good prices to buy things. This was a multi-storey building which has a vast variety of things to buy and also the price which is suitable to the budget. Some of the best buys were chocolates, bags, dresses, watches and souvenirs.
Tips For Traveling To Singapore
- Add experiences like cruise ride and other activities, if you’re visiting Singapore for more than 3 days.
- Restaurants near Little India have better food options
- Water is expensive in SIngapore, so always carry a bottle with you.
- Spend 2 days in Sentosa Island to enjoy all the activities.
Our Experience With TravelTriangle
The experience with TravelTriangle is amazing and quite helpful. They helped us plan a trip effectively as we had no idea about the destination. Right from the itinerary to preparing the budget, TravelTriangle has a vast base of agents who offer the best prices. Adding to this the payment system was quite flexible in installments. After my experience, I have also recommended 2 of my friends and they booked a honeymoon trip to Maldives with them.
We know that Anuj’s account of his experience in Singapore has ignited that wanderlust inside you. And now when you have the complete guide to enjoy a vacation at this place, what are you waiting for more than this? So, now when you plan a vacation in Singapore make sure to enjoy a tour of these places and remember the travel tips to experience an amazing tour of this destination which never turns down their visitors.
Frequently Asked Questions By Travelers
A. Singapore is a country which is known for its strict rules and regulations which includes not smoking and littering in public. Adding to this chewing gum is also banned in the country.
A. Before visiting Singapore make sure to check the entry requirements and get details about the public transportation. Alongside that also research about the local food and the alcohol which is quite expensive here.
A. For some budget shopping experience the places like Thrift stores, Flea markets, Sungei Road, Bugis Street, Lucky Plaza and also the City Plaza.
A. The best and the most convenient mode of transport to roam around in Singapore is the MRT subway system. This is an underground train network connected to the entire city. Also there are buses which run on frequent intervals.
A. The cost of beverages both alcohol and non-alcohol is included in the airfare and one can drink as much as they want.
A. The Indian currency is not accepted by all the merchants in Singapore. But there are money changers available at almost all the places around the country.