What you can do with extra time in Singapore
Singapore Swings is a "free style" two night introduction to this glistening crossroads. In addition to hotel accommodations you get one of our local gay tour guides for a day. Unlike most of our other packages, there is no set itinerary to follow since the program is entirely up to you. However, we guarantee that we will keep you busy, no matter how many days you decide to stay. You can stay longer, of course, and we can add extra sightseeing days. Here are our recommended options:
Your extra day in SingaporeHere are a few of our favorite suggestions, although you are not necessarily limited to these.
Street Food of Singapore. If you are foodie (or just like to eat) you can spend practically an entire day sampling.....
Singapore Flyer. The world's largest Giant Observation Wheel offer spectacular vistas of Singapore's futuristic waterfront skyline. If you are a photographer or simply enjoy spectacular cityscapes.
Sentosa Island. Sentosa means tranquility in the Malay language. This tiny islet at the extreme southern tip of Singapore is a popular beach resort that attracts mobs of Singaporeans on weekends to enjoy the sun and fun. Sentosa is home to many entertainment venues, including a World War II fortress, a butterfly park, the Underwater World Oceanarium, a four-dimentional theatre, and Songs of the Sea, a fountain and pyrotechnic show set in the sea. There are also a number of theme park attractions, including the longest zipline ride in the world, a twelve-storey tall Merlion, and a luge ride. Sentosa is fun day or night.
Singapore after darkSingapore Nightlife. Our guide can introduce you to Singapore's nightlife and suggest the perfect restaurant. Explore Clarke Quay, Chinatown, Tanjong Pagar pubs and discos. You can also begin the evening with a trip on the Singapore Flyer.
Singapore Night Safari is the world's first wildlife park built for visits at night. It is not like any ordinary zoo illuminated at night, or a larger version of "nocturnal houses" found in other major zoos. Nestled in 40 hectares of lush secondary forest, the Night Safari offers guests the unique experience of exploring wildlife in a tropical jungle at night. Through the use of subtle lighting technique, guests are able to view over 1,000 nocturnal animals of 100 species in vast natural habitats.
Songs of the Sea on Sentosa Island brings you a mesmerizing show with a live cast and dramatic effects that include pyrotechnics, water jets, brilliant lasers, special computer imaging, captivating music and stunning flame bursts. It's a one-of-a-kind entertainment that's not to be missed. Songs of the Sea is outdoors, rain or shine, twice nightly.
Bugis Street Market is the largest street shopping location in Singapore. It attracts thousands of people a day who are looking for, well, practically everything, la. You'll find all kinds of clothing, food, souvenirs, a great haircut or tattoo, bags, jewelry, swimwear, electronics, and even adult toys.