Singapore is one of the hottest destinations in the world where different kinds of people blend together. This remarkable city is all about impressive skyscrapers, splendid architecture, delicious food, luxury shopping and a lot more. 4 days 3 nights Singapore itinerary is perfect for experiencing the luxury and grandeur of this ultramodern city. The iconic structures such as the Supertree Grove and the Marina Bay Sands are the finest examples of Singapore’s cosmopolitan culture. The colourful neighbourhoods of Singapore are photographer’s paradise namely Chinatown, Little India, Kampong Glam and Arab Street. Also, the city is clean and spotless. There are bins everywhere and the grasses are always cut in a timely manner. Read more...
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Singapore has a cosmopolitan vibe and is one of the favourite destinations for Indian travellers. We offer the cheapest Singapore tour package from India so that you have a wonderful holiday within your budget. Book 4 days 3 nights package tour to Singapore to get the most out of your holiday. Spend your vacation just as you please. Get a taste of the vibrant nightlife, plush restaurants, delightful cruise ride and endless shopping experience in this happening city.
Which is the best time to visit Singapore?
Singapore is a year-round holiday destination that attracts visitors from around the globe. The climate is mostly hot and humid and the average temperature ranges between 26 degrees to 27 degrees Celsius. However, it is important to note that November to January is considered the wettest months in Singapore but is also the coolest. This often appeals to travellers who are not accustomed to the scorching heat of Southeast Asia. One can always spend time in the happening shopping malls when it is raining outside. June to August is the driest months in Singapore. It might drizzle some time but mostly it is hot and sunny. This is the best time to visit Singapore as you can have fun roaming around the city. And if you are a shopaholic, July is the perfect time for your Singapore trip. This is because Singapore Food Festival and the Great Singapore Sale takes place during this time of the year.
Where to stay in Singapore?
During your 4 days 3 nights Singapore package tour, you will find a lot many interesting and happening neighbourhoods. One of the most popular among them all is Little India. It is located close to the Little India MRT Station. This place is the home to the Indian community living in Singapore. Here you will find many Indian restaurants and budget accommodations. If you are a foodie at heart, booking a hotel in China Town is what you need. Here you can find a number of fancy bars, trendy restaurants as well as affordable hawker centres. If you are looking for a luxury vacation, staying at Marina Bay is the best option for you. It is the home to many luxury hotels, upscale bars and restaurants as well as plush shopping malls. To top it all major attractions like Marina Bay Sands, Gardens by the Bay and Merlion are located here.
Another stay option is Sentosa which is the home to some of the popular theme parks and manmade beaches. If you are travelling with your children, Sentosa is a place that you would like to consider. If you are travelling to Singapore for shopping, consider booking a hotel in Orchard Road. This is the premier shopping district with a long stretch of two kilometres. However, if you get bored with shopping, you can always head to the Botanic Garden, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Singapore 4 days and 3 nights itinerary
The diverse culture, spectacular attractions, remarkable skyline makes Singapore one of the must-visit Asian destinations. There are so many things to do in this beautiful city that will make your holiday exciting and fun. No matter whether you are an adventure seeker, shopaholic, or a foodie, Singapore will never fail to amaze you. Your 4 days and 3 nights Singapore itinerary involve witnessing prime attractions, gorging on sumptuous delicacies and relaxing. This suggested itinerary will help you plan your 4 days and 3 nights Singapore tour in the best possible manner. You can always modify the itinerary according to your requirement and we are always happy to serve you better. Day 1 - Arriving at Changi Airport and getting a glimpse of iconic light and sound shows
Your journey starts after arriving at Changi Airport which is known as the world’s best airport. This airport is definitely going to astonish you. After relaxing in your hotel room, your first day of Singapore 4 days 3 nights itinerary starts with shopping on Orchard Road. The entire street is lined with high-end malls and shops. You will be spoilt for choice, so be prepared to shop till you drop. If shopping is your priority during this Singapore trip, do not miss visiting Orchard Road.
Getting a glimpse of the Gardens by the Bay after sunset is recommended. Admire the beauty of the remarkable Supertree, a futuristic marvel on the planet. The Rhapsody light and sound show in the Gardens by the Bay is something that you would not want to miss. There are two daily shows in the evening for 15 minutes. When you get there, find a perfect spot and simply lie down so that you can enjoy this spectacular show. Entry is completely free of charge.
The last stop for the day is Marina Bay Sands. Witness the magical Spectra light and water show with laser beams that would leave you awestruck. There are two daily shows at 8:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. and there is one extra show at 10:00 p.m. only at the weekends. This show is also free of cost. Once you are done, you can simply walk around the mall or the Sands Skypark and get a glimpse of the Singapore skyline at night. A walk across the Helix Bridge is recommended. It is the finest example of urban engineering and gives a great view of the Marina Bay as well as the skyline. Day 2 – Exploring the city and witnessing its iconic landmarks
Grab a lip-smacking breakfast and start the day by witnessing the spectacular skyscrapers of Singapore. The best way to enjoy the sight is by taking the Singapore Flyer ride. It is the largest observation wheel across Asia and gives a remarkable view of the city. Embark on a 30 minutes journey to get one of the best experiences of your life. The next stop for the day is Merlion Park. The iconic statue symbolizes Singapore as the city of Lions. From the Merlion Park, you get a spectacular view of the Marina Bay Sands. This acts as a beautiful backdrop for your pictures.
You get back to the Gardens by the Bay to witness the Cloud Forest and Flower Dome. The blossoming florals with the colourful views is an absolute treat for the eyes. One interesting feature of this Flower Dome is that the flower decoration changes based on the season. When you head to the cloud forest, you get to witness the tallest indoor waterfall in the world. If you are willing to get a lighted view, try to visit the Gardens by the Bay between 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
In your Singapore 4 days 3 nights itinerary, a visit to Little India is recommended. Get a glimpse of a colourful Hindu temple and admire the magnificent architecture, buy some Asian-inspired ethnic jewellery, and grab some Indian food. Little India is bound to mesmerize you.
A popular shopping hub is the Bugis Street which is known for being the most affordable markets in Singapore. Here you get a whole range of apparels, stationery items, souvenir key rings and a lot more. And not only shopping but Bugis Street also has a lot many eating options to keep hungry shoppers happy and satisfied. Day 3 – A day trip to Universal Studios and strolling around China Town
The third day of your Singapore 4 days 3 nights itinerary, is all about spending time in the Universal Studios and visiting the iconic China Town. The theme park is located in the happening Sentosa and appeals every traveller visiting Singapore. There are so many rides and attractions in the Universal Studio that you need at least half a day to soak in its magic. There are a total of seven zones and each of the zones has a unique theme. The Hollywood zone has some of the favourite casts of Minions and Universal movies. The next is the New York zone which has a studio created by the famous personality Steven Spielberg.
If you are a fan of Transformers, the Sci-Fi zone is apt for you. Here you can enjoy a transformer themed ride. There is a mummy ride in the Ancient Egypt zone which is indeed thrilling. The Lost World zone has a Jurassic Park themed ride. The next zone is the Far Far Away, which is the Shrek zone. This part of the park would be more fascinating to the kids. Finally, it is the Madagascar zone. The sculptures of the several characters from Madagascar are perfect for your Instagram feed. After enjoying in the park, you need to take a cable car ride to return back. This cable car ride will let you witness the night view of the city which is indeed amazing.
The last spot for the day is China Town. It is well-known for its epic street food, Chinese merchandise and lanterns. However, bargain as much as you can before buying anything from here. China Town boasts about its uniquely decorated houses with the true flavour of colonial architecture. When you are here, you cannot afford to miss the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple. Also, make sure to fill your stomach in the cheapest Michelin Star restaurant in the world. These are the best places that you can see in Singapore in 3 days. Day 4 – A walk through Kampong Glam and Joo Chiat District before departure
The final destinations of your Singapore 4 days 3 nights itinerary are Kampong Glam and Joo Chiat District. Kampong Glam is a hidden gem in Singapore that boasts of its unique mix of Malay, Turkish and Arabic culture. You can simply chill in one of the stylish cafes or shop around for your loved ones.
Another unique charm of Singapore is the Joo Chiat District which is a photographer’s paradise. You can stroll around the neighbourhood and get fascinated by the pastel coloured shophouses. When you are done, be sure to taste the authentic Peranakan cuisine which is available in majorly all the restaurants in Joo Chiat District. In the evening, get ready to bid goodbye to this futuristic city with a promise to come back.
Some essential tips before planning a trip to Singapore
As Singapore has a hot and humid climate, always pack for lightweight clothes.
Make it a point to carry a rain jacket as it sometimes rains heavily and that too without any warning.
You need to dress appropriately while visiting a temple.
When you are visiting the Universal Studio, you need to walk a lot so make sure to wear comfortable shoes.
Singapore is very strict when it comes to cleanliness. Be prepared to be fined in case you throw a trash anywhere other than a bin.
Singapore mostly has Type G electrical outlets, so bring the right power adapters for your electronic devices.
A modern city with diverse culture is what defines Singapore. Hope this itinerary helps you to get the best out of your Singapore holiday. Whether you are looking for a family vacation, adventure or a honeymoon trip, Singapore must be on the bucket list. Our cheapest Singapore tour package is carefully designed so that you have a wonderful holiday with your loved ones.