A 3-Day Stopover Guide to Sensational Singapore

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  • Adventure Travel

  • City Travel

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Curator’s statement

Singapore is a fantastic gateway destination to a longer Southeast Asia itinerary. Hop on a direct flight from LAX and spend three days exploring Singapore before continuing on to Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam or the Maldives, to name a few. It's a very energetic city with tons of activities, a beautiful skyline, and a foodie's dream. I traveled to Singapore solo and felt completely safe!

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Where to stay in Singapore

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The Warehouse Hotel

A playground for design lovers, housed in three restored warehouses on Robertson Quay, with a rooftop pool lounge and modern Singaporean restaurant, Po.

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  • VIP welcome & amenity.

  • Breakfast daily.

  • Upgrade & extended check-in/out whenever possible.

Capella Singapore

Luxury hotel in a restored 19th-century British Colonial building with upscale quarters in the heart of Singapore.

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  • $100 food / beverage credit.

  • Breakfast daily.

  • Upgrade & extended check-in/out whenever possible.

Singapore Robertson Quay

A riverside haven in the heart of Singapore, offering a blend of urban sophistication and serene waterfront views for an unforgettable city escape.


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  • $100 hotel / resort credit.

  • Breakfast daily.

  • Upgrade & guaranteed late check-out.

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Things to do in Singapore

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Visit Gardens by the Bay - this one is an absolute must! I would recommend visiting around late afternoon/evening for some stunning photos.

Dive into some fantastic cuisine by taking a Half-Day Singapore Hawker Center food tour with hotel transfers. You will sample an array of specialties from Chinese, Indonesian and Malaysian cuisine. This is another must do, and a UNESCO street food experience.

Take a Lion City Bike Tour of Singapore (4 hours). I'm a big fan of bike tours because they are a great way to get to know a city in a short amount of time.

Spend a half day exploring Sentosa Island or relaxing at Palawan Beach. If you have children, you may choose to explore Universal Studios or the S.E.A. Aquarium. Sentosa is accessible by taxi, a free shuttle bus, or the monorail.

Take a Singapore Sunset Cruise on a Luxury Catamaran.

Take a private authentic Singaporean cooking class (3 hours).

Visit the Singapore Botanic Gardens - another great option if you are traveling with children.

Day Trips

Take a half-day or full-day trip to Sentosa Island.

Places to eat & drink in Singapore

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Dinner

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Breakfast or coffee

Need to Know

Make sure to sample the local laksa - a spicy noodle dish available at many local restaurants.

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