9am – 3pm: Visit Pulau Ubin island
Activities: Cycling / hiking – explore singapore’s only kampong (village) taking you back to Singapore in the 1960s). Have a seafood lunch at one of the eateries on Pulau Ubin.
How to get there: Take bumboat ride from Changi Point Ferry Terminal (just next to Changi Village Food Centre).
For more details: http://www.pulauubin.com.sg/
4pm-5pm: Back to hotel for a rest
We recommend: Lavender Food Square (hawker centre)
We recommend Frog leg porridge, seafood (sambal (chilli paste) stingray and squid, clams, cockles, prawns etc.), beef noodles, won ton noodles
6.30pm-11pm: Visit the Singapore Night Safari
Tip: The park’s animal show starts at 7.30pm so be there earlier to get a seat. It can get really crowded on Fridays and weekends so you might want to be early, or buy tickets online at http://www.nightsafari.com.sg/
10am-1pm: Bedok Reservoir Forest Adventure (825 Bedok Reservoir Rd)
>>> Or you can try ClimbMax at the Megazip Adventure Park on Sentosa (see Day 3)
How to get there: Take bus numbers 18 or 168 from the bus interchange just next to Bedok MRT.
Tip! Check for availability or book before going via www.forestadventure.com.sg
6pm-8pm: Dinner at East Coast Seafood Centre (just 10 minutes walk from Ski360) at any of the seafood restaurants
Recommended: Chilli or black pepper crab, drunken prawns, cereal prawns
Tip: Call to make a reservation beforehand
– Long Beach Seafood Restaurant
– Jumbo Seafood Restaurant
– Red House Seafood Restaurant
– No Signboard Seafood Restaurant
8.30pm-late: Little India
We recommend: Try eyebrow threading, have Indian food for dinner at one of the many India food stalls along the walking route we recommend (Follow this walking route from Little India MRT station and end off at Mustafa Centre!). End off with midnight shopping at Mustafa Centre (open 24 hours).
Tip: .You can try cutting into the many sub-lanes along the way. (It can get pretty crowded on Fridays and weekends!)
Take a taxi to Little India (about $14) and ask to alight at Little India MRT station.
8am-9am: Breakfast at Vivocity shopping mall
We recommend: Kaya Butter Toast, half boiled eggs, and coffee or tea at Ya Kun Kaya Toast or Toast Box (both can be found at the basement 2 of Vivocity shopping mall – Harbourfront MRT)
Watch Elyn and Jess eat some Kaya Butter Toast and half boiled eggs!
9am – 3.30pm: Sentosa island
Recommended: Universal Studios (Or many other attractions like the Trick Eye Museum and SEA Aquarium – watch us there!)
How to get there: Take the Sentosa Express train from Vivocity (we show you how to take the Sentosa Express!) For other transport options into Sentosa island, click here.
3.30pm-4.30pm: Tea break
Recommended: Malaysian Food Street (just outside Universal Studios)
4.30pm – 6pm: Mega zip (on Sentosa island as well)
The Megazip Adventure Park has other attractions like rope obstacle courses, rock climbing and the parajump for the outdoor people!
7pm-9pm: Steamboat for dinner
We recommend: Steamboat buffet (approx $20 to $30 per person) at one of the steamboat shops located at the end of Liang Seah Street (Just across Bugis Junction shopping mall – click here for map.)
How to get there: Get out of Sentosa island back to Vivocity. Take the MRT and head to Bugis MRT (approx 15 minutes)
Warning: You will perspire a lot while having steamboat.
9pm-11pm: Visit Geylang
We recommend: Have supper at one of the many eateries. If you are feeling adventurous, try the (in)famous durian fruit at any durian stall you see (or smell).
How to get there: Take the MRT from Bugis station (at Bugis Junction) and alight at Aljunied station (3 stops). Walk towards Geylang Road.
***Tip: Geylang is a red light district.
*All maps from gothere.sg.
To read up more on transport options getting around in Singapore, click here.
We’ve also come up with a bumper list of 50 things to do in Singapore – click here!