Why go? Satiate your appetite at various dining options from the comfort food of A&W and Shake Shack to the local favourites of Violet Oon and Jumbo Seafood. Then shop till you drop at the first Pokémon Center to open outside Japan, the largest Nike store in Singapore, and more – all with the stunning waterfall as the backdrop.
Don’t miss: Pit stop-wise, if you’re going to be passing through Adam Road, a visit to the hawker centre is a must.
2. Stop and smell the roses at Gardens by the Bay
OCTOBER 2021: We’ve refreshed the list with new kids on the block and old-time favourites that have us coming back for more. Currently, we’re enjoying modern French cuisine at Odette, which broke into the top 10 of the World’s Best Restaurants List, browsing through unique wares at Supermama, and having a sweet, sweet time at the newly-opened Museum of Ice Cream – all while practising safety guidelines. While social gathering and dining-in group sizes remain limited, most venues are still open for business during the Stabilisation Phase of Singapore’s reopening plans.
8. Explore the island via the Coast-to-Coast (C2C) Trail
Top Choice Public Art in Chinatown & the CBD
Thian Hock Keng Mural
Temple in Chinatown & the CBD
Thian Hock Keng Temple
Hindu Temple in Chinatown & the CBD