I still remember the first time I traveled to Singapore was during my aunt's wedding. I was 10 years old that time and few things caught my mind that I would like to travel to there again. Even Singapore is a small nation, it is enriched with many different cultures, cuisine, arts and architecture.
Singapore, like Malaysia is diverse with many ethnic with large populations of Chinese, Malay, Indian and other people. Not much city that have celebration parties for different ethnic under one roof right?
Since the architecture of Singapore is varied and reflecting the ethnic build-up of the country, I would like to see the night view like below in Singapore~!
Image from Design Institute (Aust)
It is beautiful isn't it? =D
By using the Itinerary Planner I managed to planned a 1-day itenerary (day & night). So here is my plan:
Since I like nature the first place I would like to go is Jurong Bird Park and Singapore Botanic Garden
1. Jurong Bird Park (9.30am -11.30am)
2. Singapore Botanic Garden (11.30am-1.00pm)
3. Chinatown (1.00pm-3.00pm)
4. Vivocity Harbour front(3.30pm -5.30pm)
5. Singapore Flyer – World's First Full Butler Sky Dining (5.30pm -7.30pm)
Take in the panoramic scenery in one of the 28 fully air-conditioned and UV protected capsules and experience something unique at every turn. Standing at a stunning 165 metres high, I will be thrilled by the incredible view of a sparkling waterfront, towering skyscrapers and tropical greenery. The 30-minute ride promises to be a memorable moment that will last a lifetime. The flyer capsule is large enough to let us have dinner inside too =D
6. Clarke Quay (7.30pm -midnight)
BUT before that, I would like to get my dose of adrenaline rush with the G-Max Reverse Bungy!
at speeds of 200kph. The ride lasts for about 5 mins~!
I can already imagine the fun being inside the capsule and fly up high~!!
After a long day trip and a boost of adrenaline rush, I can have nice food at restaurants in Clarke Quay too~! After dinner I can enjoy the scenery near the river side. Enjoy the ambiance while having some red wine. It is cool to sit down and relax near the riverside and listen to the 1960's music coming from the pub. The one day trip will end with a chilling night at Clarke Quay. Wouldn't it be great? =D
This is how my one day itenerary in Singapore would be. Would it be a dream come true~?
Indulge in the Uniquely Singapore experience