Singapore is a small country yet offers great tourist attractions that feature different vibe depending on the type of tourist visiting it. The diversified culture of Malay, Chinese, and Indian traditions of the country adds more excellent reason to visit the Lion City. But if you happen to have a day to splurge yourself to Singapore’s most beautiful destinations, you might ask yourself on what landmarks should you visit for only 24 hours. Worry no more as it is known with the most effective public transportation and high-speed internet connection. With this fact, you can maximize your day’s itinerary and have an enjoyable and worthwhile experience.
Start your day with a hearty breakfast in Chinatown. Undoubtedly, this place is one of the most exciting destinations for tourists. Aside from the Instagrammable spots you can take, Chinatown has charming shophouses and temples such as Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Sri Mariamman Hindu Temple. Also, there are lots of food centres that you can explore for that would surely satisfy your hunger.
After your delightful adventure in Chinatown, you can start exploring Little India by taking a short MRT ride. This destination offers a lively and colourful vibe that is evident in its road and houses. Just like Chinatown, this is also a perfect place to take great photos as your one of your travel souvenirs. There are temples and food centres to check out as well! Some of it includes Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple and Sakya Muni Buddha Gaya Temple.
Next destination that you can check out after Little India is Kampong Glam. Islamic influence and atmosphere is the main feature of this place. With this, it is the central place for the country’s Arab and Malay communities. As you reach Kampong Glam, the first landmark that you can see is the Masjid Sultan. It is a 19th-century mosque that features large golden domes and huge prayer halls. It is also known as the country’s one of the spectacular religious buildings. Aside from Masjid Sultan, there are other exciting things you can go through. Some of it include Haji Lane, Arab Street, and Malay Heritage Centre.
At this point, you might probably want to visit Orchard Road. This is the ideal paradise for shopaholics as it offers a variety of shopping boutiques and shops. Along with this, you can also spend an hour or two to have a delightful lunch in some of their famous food centres.
After a long day of exhausted yet enjoyable short trips in various destinations, you can rest and wait for night lights to come out in Marina Bay. You can reach it by walking around the route of Marina Bay Sands, one of the luxurious hotels of the country. In there, you can sit and relax to the boardwalk of the front of Marina Bay Sands.