Best Singapore Itinerary


Last 2014, I had spent more than a week enjoying the sights and sounds and taste, definitely taste, of Singapore! It was crazy for spending such a long time away for one destination, but it was totally worth the trip.

If you want to get a guide on how to make your own custom itinerary, you can read all about it here. That’s how I made this itinerary and it was a great success!

To make your lives easier, I had researched and found this cool 5 day City Pass inclusive of the entrance and transportation to Universal Studios.

Aside from saving a lot by getting discounted entrance fees to at least two attractions (which you can choose when to go), we made use of their free 2 day unlimited ride shuttles to get around the attractions and the city. Added bonus of an Open Top Bus night tour! Woohoo!

To give you an idea of how I put together the itinerary, it looked like this:


1st Day:

12.20pm Flight to Singapore

3.30 Arrive at Singapore

Check in Hotel

Rest Day/ Free Time


2nd Day:

9am Singapore Flyer for complimentary Bus

9:30am Universal Studios


3rd Day:

9am Arrive at SG Flyer

9:30 DUKW Tour

11am Asian Civilization Museum

5:30 Night Safari


4th Day:

9:30 SG Flyer for bus to Marine SEA

12pm Food trip

5:45pm Funvee City Night Tour


5th Day:

10am Peranakan Museum

2pm Philatelic Museum


6th Day:

10am National Museum

2pm Art Museum

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7th Day:

10am Mint Museum

12pm Art Science Museum


Last Day:

10am Garden By the Bay

1:30 Changi Airport for Flight home

4:45pm Flight to Manila

8pm Arrive at Manila


To save a bit of dough, I planned the whole thing carefully so I can maximize the use of the shuttles. Since I only had 2 consecutive days of “free” shuttle, I scheduled far attractions on the third and fourth day so we can use them then (and get rid of high transportation cost). We also stayed at capsule hotels for a new experience and a cheaper accommodation!

If you need help in making or want tips and more guides to Singapore, just comment below!

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