From morning to early afternoon

Lloyd’s Inn
1. Lloyd's Inn

8am: Stay at Lloyd’s Inn

Pamper yourself with a stay at Lloyd’s Inn. Located just a short drive away from Orchard Road—Singapore’s premier shopping district—this tranquil sanctuary makes for a rejuvenating getaway from the bustle of everyday life.

All 34 rooms in the hotel are decked out in minimalistic décor and lush greenery abound. Facilities include an outdoor pantry, a roof terrace where you can mingle with other guests and an outdoor pool for a morning dip.

As testament to its stellar sanitation and hygiene measures, Lloyd’s Inn is an SG Clean-certified accommodation, which means that you’ll be able to enjoy all the hotel has to offer with complete peace of mind.

Click here to learn more about SG Clean and travelling safely in Singapore.

2. Kiztopia

10am: Enjoy fun with the family at Kiztopia

Spend the rest of your morning romping with the family at Kiztopia. The island’s largest indoor playground boasts 18 themed play spaces filled with trampolines, ball pits and slides that’re bound to enchant your child for hours on end.

After you’re done sliding, bouncing and climbing your way through the park, drop by Kiztopia’s gift store. You’ll find jigsaw puzzles, coin pouches, and plushies of the park’s adorable mascots.

If you’re looking to do some shopping, Kiztopia is located within Marina Square, home to over 200 stores selling everything from street fashion to beauty products and cosmetics.

3. Zén

1pm: Indulge in a meal at Zén

Treat yourself to a world-class lunch at Zén. Located in a charming three-storey shophouse along Bukit Pasoh, this world-class restaurant is bound to take you on a culinary adventure.

Helmed by chef Bjorn Frantzen, Zén serves up modern Nordic cuisine inspired by Japanese kaiseki (traditional multi-course Japanese dinner). The restaurant’s lunch set menu evolves on a regular basis, and has included inspired creations like deep fried quail and kobe sirloin in oxtail sauce and wasabi.

Seats to this restaurant are in high demand, so be sure to make your reservation at least a month in advance.

From mid to late afternoon

Chinatown Murders
4. 牛车水 Murders (Chinatown Murders)

3pm: Jaunt through history with Chinatown Murders

Part mystery-themed game, part walking trail, Chinatown Murders will have you doing your best Sherlock Holmes impression while exploring one of Singapore’s most vibrant heritage districts.

You’ll be making a total of six stopovers at landmarks across Chinatown—each requiring you to test your mental agility and problem-solving skills—in a bid to solve a series of puzzles. As part of your foray, you’ll run into a cast of colourful characters, based on historical denizens of the district, from Auntie Geok the samsui woman (female migrant worker from Sansui District, China, known for her iconic red headscarf) to Raj the moneylender.

5. Slake

6pm: Unwind with dinner and drinks at Slake

Round of the evening with dinner and drinks at Slake, located in the quiet neighbourhood of Siglap. This contemporary gastropub specialises in Western comfort food that incorporates local and Asian ingredients, with dishes like aglio olio with tiger prawns and cheese fries topped with chye poh (preserved radish). The restaurant also boasts an exceptional selection of wines and beers to slake your thirst.

Jewel Changi Airport
6. Jewel Changi Airport

8pm: Discover the charms of Jewel Changi Airport

Time to spare at the airport? Spend the rest of the evening discovering the multifaceted charms of Jewel Changi Airport. This lifestyle nexus is home to breath-taking spaces filled with lush greenery, world class retail and an array of restaurants to sate every craving.

Unwind with a stroll through the 2,000 trees of the Shiseido Forest Valley, snap a selfie at the majestic HSBC Rain Vortex or be enchanted by the magical gardens and play structures of the Canopy Park.

If you’re looking to shop before jetting off, you’ll be able to peruse a plethora of global brands like Fred Perry, Nike and Samsonite.

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