Itinerary for Singapore in 1 Day

by - March 05, 2021

Hi peeps! How's your day? Today I gonna blog about my throwback for a short trip with my friend for travel to Singapore in February. I have been visited this beautiful country many times and still loving it. I keep going back and never get bored of this place. What makes me keep visiting Singapore? Of course, it's nearer to Indonesia and the flight ticket is not expensive. Not to forget, I love their food so much!

I know maybe you would ask me why I finally blog it now. Well, last year is a busy year for me so I don't have time to make a blog. This article will share with you what we did during that time, and where we go. Hopefully, it will also inspire you to add Singapore to your travel list as well as give you some ideas of where you can go when you get there.

Indonesian are always on the hunt for the next holiday. A trip to Singapore from Indonesia can be a good way to enjoy a calmness pace of life and a short break to be away from the traffic jam problem in Indonesia. Both of us are so stressful in our work, a short escape is always a great solution to release our stress and relax our mind. Air Asia flight delayed more than 2 hours from scheduled departure time without any explanation or information. Before the plane takes off, we took a selfie together.

Once we had landed in Changi Airport, we had our dinner at the Swensen's. I ordered a Chicken Baked Rice and my friend did the same. The baked chicken rice was big in portion, but the baked chicken rice was average in taste and in the chicken bits give were miserly. After finishing our dinner and freshen up, we're heading to the hotel.

It's kinda late, we used grab-car to our hotel. After we checked in the hotel then we straight away from sleep until the next morning. Before you go travel, be sure to download the Grab app! Uber is disappearing in Singapore and Indonesia. If you take a taxi can get pricey especially at night. The Grab app works just like Uber and is an excellent alternative to the MRT.

On the next day, we wake up early in the morning to go to Merlion Park. On our way to Merlion Park, we passed the Fullerton hotel. You can also sit around The Fullerton Hotel riverside and enjoy the cool breeze or take the cruise and enjoy the views! It took a little over an hour and takes you out into the bay.

The scenery is very beautifully decorated with shady trees, buildings, and rivers.

When walking along the river you will see the statues. There are also some further along and also the other side of the river, keep a lookout for them too.

I was lucky to meet them there, who is from India.

From a distance, you could see the marina bay sands building. You can find the statue at Merlion Park, situated at One Fullerton near the waterfront at Marina Bay. This must-see Singapore attraction is just a short walk from Raffles Place MRT Station.

Finally, we reach the Merlion Park. Merlion Park is a Singapore landmark and major tourist attraction, located near One Fullerton, Singapore, near the Central Business District (CBD). The Merlion is a mythical creature with a lion's head and the body of a fish that is widely used as a mascot and national personification of Singapore. Two Merlion statues are located at the park. The original Merlion structure measures 8.6 meters tall and spouts water from its mouth. It has subsequently been joined by a Merlion cub, which is located near the original statue and measures just 2 meters tall.

The Merlion statue was not as big as I thought but there is also a bigger version on Sentosa island just by Singapore. Merlion Park offers great cityscape views across the water. The most iconic landmarks of Singapore can be seen along the waterfront of Singapore river - Merlion, Esplanade and Marina Bay Sands.

You can spend time around the Bay to look around or sit next to Merlion. If you can find a spot to sit, you can enjoy the breeze and just wind down. There are also loads of bars and restaurants to choose from.

The park was so crowded with tourists. I always wanted to take a great picture with the Merlion statue but cannot be taken.

If you’re thinking of a short holiday not too far from Indonesia, look no further than Singapore. Singapore is a small country, and it’s easy to get around thanks to its well-connected network of transportation.

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