Compared with Philippines which have about 30,000km of land area, Singapore only has 700 km of land area. Hence, you only need a few days to roam around. Some of the tourist spots that we were able to set foot on are the following:
Merlion Park –it is the major tourist attraction of the country. Merlion is a legendary creature of half-lion, half-fish which also became an icon of Singapore. From the deck of Merlion Park, you can also view the opera house and marina bay sands from afar.
Riverside – a historical site marked by man-made statues along the area. It is where you can also see the Cavenagh Bridge – the oldest and only suspension bridge in Singapore.
Fullerton Hotel – a 5 star hotel and a restored building representing the neo-classical architecture adopted from the British colony.
Chinatown – it is a place where you can observe the influence of China in Singapore, famous for its night market where you can buy cheap souvenirs.
Vivo City – a huge shopping mall in Singapore that has a modern structural design and also known for being one of the gateways to Sentosa Island.
(you may check our itinerary for this tour Singapore-Malaysia Tour)