With all the action at the Marina Bay circuit happening in the late afternoon and night, there’s plenty of time to check out the sights of Singapore during the day. Not only is the city a shopper’s and foodies paradise, there are also beaches, theme parks, and nature walks to explore.
Sentosa Island is one of Singapore’s leading tourist attractions. Home to beautiful golf courses, shopping and 5-star hotels, you will also find the Universal Studios Singapore theme park, part of the Resort World development. Other attractions on Sentosa Island include the Tiger Sky Tower, Underwater World & Dolphin Island, Butterfly Park & Nature Kingdom, Megazip Adventure Park and a wave pool.
Visitors can travel by Monorail, Sentosa Boardwalk (travelator), or Cable Car departing from VivoCity Mall to Sentosa Island. Taxi or self-drive options are also available by the causeway connecting the mainland to Sentosa Island. For further island attractions and transport information visit https://www.sentosa.com.sg/
Gardens by the Bay
Over one million plants make up this enchanting eco-wonderland in the heart of Singapore. Visit day or night for an equally striking and stunning experience in the lush Gardens by the Bay! Some highlights include the Flower Dome where you will be transported to Spring time instantaneously, step into a realm high in the mountains at Cloud Forest or take a scenic stroll 22m above ground along the OCBC Skyway. Finally, be transported to some of the world’s most dynamic drylands and deserts in the Sun Pavilion or stand in awe of the amazing Supertrees.
For an abundance of high-end designer brands look no further than Orchard Road, an avenue lined with international flagship stores. Visit more varied shopping malls around the Marina Bay precinct or head to Singapore’s largest retail and lifestyle destination, VivoCity. For unique and authentic pieces explore one of Singapore’s most vibrant districts, Little India.
Critically acclaimed chefs and internationally renowned restaurants take residency in Singapore, providing visitors with a variety of fine dining options, many available within the Marina Bay vicinity.
For a more authentic dining experience head to buzzing Smith Street, a local favourite hot spot to taste fresh seafood, wok-fried noodles, crispy duck, steamed dim sum and many other Singaporean dishes. Nearby Chinatown Seafood Restaurant is a hot destination to sample Singapore’s famous chilli crab, along with well-known chain No Signboard Seafood. Vibrant Little India is also recommended for Tandoori oven-cooked delights.
Clarke Quay is Singapore’s premier nightlife destination and is located just a short stroll from the Zone 2 area of the circuit. Boasting countless venues to drink, dance and party Clarke
Quay offers many alfresco options amongst Singapore’s captivating skyline. Alternatively, Boat Quay and Robertson Quay are also popular nightlife destinations.
Fancy a cocktail at the highest rooftop bar in the world? Head to 1-Altitude, atop One Raffles Place office building. The bar occupies the top three floors and includes an outdoor restaurant and sports bar. Advance bookings are essential for Grand Prix weekend.
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