Layover in Singapore: What to do in 2 Days?

I recently went to Chiang Mai for a vacation and took Singapore Airlines. I had to spend 2 days in Singapore. It was the longest layover ever but I realized that it’s like hitting two birds with one stone. I was able to visit 2 countries. Although it was tiring, I still enjoyed it and had a great time.

What can you do in Singapore in 2 days?

  1. Eat in a hawker center
  2. Visit Marina Bay Sands. Go shopping and see the lights show

  3. Visit the Super Heroes Café in Marina Bay Sands
  4. Visit Gardens by the bay (flower dome and cloud forest)

Admission Fee: 28 SGD

  1. Visit Chinatown

Admission Fee: Free

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You can go shopping here, eat, and do more!

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  1. See the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum in Chinatown

Admission Fee: Free

  1. See the ArtScience Museum

Admission Fee: 30 SGD

What other activities can you do in Singapore?

  1. Tour Changi Airport

Link: http://www.changiairport.com/

There are many things to see in Changi Airport. Aside from shopping, you can visit the sunflower and butterfly garden, watch a movie in the theater, play video games in the entertainment deck, take a swim in their lap pool, and etc. You may click the link for more details. I suggest you stay in the airport if you’re on a budget and don’t want to spend the night elsewhere.

  1. Visit Sentosa

If you’re with children, they will definitely enjoy Universal Studios, Luge, S.E.A. Aquarium, Adventure Cove Waterpark, and more.

  1. Shop in Bugis Street
  2. Visit the Singapore Botanic Garden
  3. Be a hipster and visit Haji Lane

These are just some of my suggestions. I highly recommend touring Changi Airport because it’s the coolest ever. I remember visiting the sunflower garden which was so beautiful. I also remember almost missing my flight because I was busy playing in the entertainment deck. I’d definitely try swimming in their pool when I get back.

 

 

 

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