I have two full days in Singapore. Whatshould I do and where should I go?

I want to make the most of my stay there. Please recommend the best tourist spots that I shouldn't miss. I just want to spend 2 whole days there and go home the next day.


Country: Singapore


If you like to try local food:

1) Lau Pa Sat
Built in 1894, Lau Pa Sat is the largest remaining Victorian filigree cast-iron structure in Southeast Asia. Located in the heart of Singapore's business district, the former wet market has been restored and is now a favourite food centre of the locals, offering a wide and affordable variety of local food.

Newton Food Centre

Orchard Road is a place u cannot miss.
Little India if you like to see a diff culture of Singapore.

Night spot:
Singapore River

Night Safari

Tourist attraction:
Mount Faber
One of my favourite spot in Singapore.

Sentosa is Singapore’s most popular leisure and recreation resort - a playground for people of all ages.

For more information on Free & Easy tour itinerary,
You can check on this website:

Hope that u will have an enjoyable trip :)
hey Noelle, so hv you come over to SG yet? So hv u chosen where to visit yet.... I luv to be ur guide. I wld recommend u to our zoo, really nice one! U want to hang out 24 hrs for two days day n nite, Sg is a good place to do that....its fun!

Hmmm, Sentosa is nice if u like a dip/really nice resort. U can stay there too, cost ard S$400 and above per nite..... Depends on ur likings..... or shopping - hmmm, not a guys thing rite? hehe :)

Think u like eating.... its a way to let our stomachs enjoy rite...haha! Well, do hang out Geylang Road area, some great food and great things to see.....haha! Hmmm very interesting area.

Hang out at Mustapha shoppin centre, 24 hrs, no worries, if u like indian food, its a must for visit there, i like it me to ask more:

I will give u tel no then. Cheers and hv fun, where r u frm by the way, care to share.... i luv to take pple out and hv a good time seeing my country....for sure u will hv fun with the right companion/s that is a promise keke :)as u can tell now!

are u planning to stay 4 to 5 star hotel or a 3 star, what is ur budget like?

If you want to see the new & the old tuck together side by side, I would recommend Bugis.

Bugis boost of modern shopping centres like BHG which is beside the Bugis Junction MRT. There you can shop & try the local food either on basement or the third floor.Basement serves a variety of street food and it is basically a stand and eat type of eateries though a few do offer seating.

Just across the street from BHG is the Bugis Village, where small shops and street stalls sell the latest fashion accessories, watches and other nick knacks.

If you want to soak in the local culture, you can visit the famous Kwan Im Temple which is just a short walk away from Bugis Village. There is also an Indian temple beside the Kwam Im Temple.If you are into vegetarian food, you can walk across to the Fortune centre where they sell a variety of vegetarian dishes.There is also a shop selling chinese dumplings if you prefer not to have vegetarian food.

Walking further up north, you can visit Sim Lim Square where you can get the latest bargains on digital & electronic goods. I would recommend Portable World if you are thinking of getting a laptop, fair prices & good service.

After Sim Lim Square, you can visit either Little India(Indian food & culture) or the Arab Street which features Malay culture.If you would like to get cheap souvenirs, you can visit Mustafa Shopping centre in Little India.

At night, you might want to travel back to the Esplanade and try the outdoor food court called Makan Sutra and take a stroll along the Esplanade Park or take a River Boat Cruise which takes you across the whole of Singapore River.
If you still prefer to shop, you can go across the street from Esplanade and reach either the Marina Square or the Suntec city.

I am not a tour guide, I just have intimate knowledge of the Bugis-Marina Square-Suntec Area.
Hope this help.

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