Have Short Time, but Confused Where to Go in Singapore? come here


Holiday to Singapore in a short time you can. This is a recommendation for a short trip in Singapore, but it can still be fun.

One of the Southeast Asian countries that has opened its international gateway is Singapore. Travelers no longer need quarantine or PCR tests to Singapore, you know. You just need to show the complete vaccine and fill out the SG Arrival Card (SAGC).

Well, those of you who want to vacation in Singapore but have limited time, you can. detik.com We have summarized the destinations that you can enjoy all day in Singapore.

1. Universal Studios Singapore

Universal Studios Singapore Photo: (Afif Farhan/detikTravel)

Having fun in Singapore doesn’t seem complete if you don’t try a variety of exciting rides at Universal Studios Singapore. You can spend your vacation time trying the many rides here. Starting from rides that trigger adrenaline to just relaxing to take pictures.

2. Garden by the Bay

Romantic Garden By The BayRomantic Garden By The Bay Photo: (Bonauli/detikTravel)

Once satisfied at Universal Studios Singapore, head to the 101-hectare sanctuary on the edge of the Marina Bay Waterfront in central Singapore. One of the icons of Gardens by the Bay is Supertree Grove.

Getting to Garden by the Bay from Universal Studios Singapore is about 15 minutes by taxi. Well, you can hunt for photos in this beautiful flower garden or take photos at Supertree Grove.

3. Lau Pa Sat

Lau Pa Sat in SingaporeLau Pa Sat in Singapore Photo: (Syanti/detikcom)

Hungry and tired of walking around Universal Studios Singapore and Garden by The Bay? Let’s go to the oldest food court in Singapore, Lau Pa Sat. This place is open 24 hours.

Historically, Lau Pa Sat has existed since the 19th century and was designated a national monument in 1973. Lau Pa Sat is also known as Telok Ayer Market.

If the name is interpreted, Lau Pa Sat comes from the Hokian language which means ‘old market’. Formerly Lau Pa Sat served as a fish market specifically catering to early colonial Singapore. Now he is a culinary spot with the nickname of the oldest food court in Singapore.

The place is not big but there are many shops selling various culinary in it. There are typical foods from Singapore, Turkey, Korea, Vietnam, China and many others complete with drinks. Don’t worry, there are signs that the food is halal or not.

4. Satay Street

Best Satay on Satay Street SingaporeBest Satay at Satay Street Singapore Photo: (Syanti/detikcom)

This area is still in Lau Pa Sat. Yep, as the name implies, along here you will find a line of satay stalls with a tantalizing aroma.

Those of you who are still hungry and want to try Singapore’s favorite satay, just go to Satay Street. The price for a skewer here starts at 80 cents (around 8,500).

5. Merlion Park

If you want to make the most of your time, after touring the USS and Garden by the Bay, you can take a short trip to Merlion Park. Yep, first photo with the iconic Singapore, the Merlion statue.

After relaxing or resting there, go straight to Lau Pa Sat to fill your stomach.

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