See Singapore in one week with this seven-day itinerary featuring the city’s sights and sounds.
Start off with Gardens by the Bay in the morning. You can’t miss the unique-looking Supertrees—these vertical gardens reach up to 50 metres tall and two of these structures are linked by an aerial walkway that makes a great vantage point for stunning views of the Singapore skyline. There are also other highlights to check out, including the Flower Dome—the largest glass greenhouse in the world—and the Cloud Forest, which houses the world's tallest indoor waterfall.
For more amazing sights of the city from high above, visit the Singapore Flyer. Hop into a capsule of this giant observation wheel where you’ll reach heights of up to 165 metres above ground (that's 42 storeys high) and can enjoy completely unobstructed views of the city.
For lunch, pop by the Singapore Food Treats—a dining concept nestled within the Flyer building. Designed to look like Singapore back in the 1960s, this charming eating spot features stalls offering local delights such as Hainanese chicken rice, satay bee hoon (rice vermicelli noodles in a spicy peanut sauce) and bak kut teh (peppery pork rib soup).
Make your way across the bay to visit Marina Bay Sands® for its slew of celebrity chef restaurants. Pick a spot for dinner—Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen offers European fare with Asian touches, or if you can’t resist a good steak, there’s CUT by Wolfgang Puck.
When you’re all set for post-dinner drinks, head up to the SkyPark to end the night with a bang at CÉ LA VI. Aside from the fab cocktails and great music, the sky-high rooftop bar is the place to be for stunning sunsets and breathtaking views of the city skyline.