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City in a day SingaporeThe idyllic place to commence your day in Singapore is to experience of the beauty of the Alkaff Bridge, also known as the Bridge of Art. This bridge, painted in 55 different colors, is a pedestrian bridge which spans the Singapore River at Robertson Quay in Mohammad Sultan district. One can capture panoramic views of the Clark Quay by walking on the southern side of the Singapore River. 

 

After such a refreshing start the next place would be to enjoy mouth watering cuisine at the Fullerton Hotel in its opulently designed atriums. For the history buff, a visit to the Asian Civilizations Museum, Empress Place, would definitely be a treat. This flagship museum chronicles 5000 years of Asian art and history, providing information on the heritage of East, Southeast, South and West Asian cultures.

 

Depending on the weather, the next choice would be to go to Harbor Front Station to enjoy a thrilling cable car ride over Keppel Harbor leading to Sentosa Island, an amusement park for family and fun loving adults. Or you can take the five minute ferry ride there too. Spend some time on Sentosa Island and enjoy the attractions there.


For animal lovers, The Singapore Zoo is a great attraction. This world acclaimed zoo is known for its 'open' animal dens. Here you'll find animals in their natural habitats. Kids too will have the time of their lives at the pool and playground at the Children's World.

 

Also be sure to visit the neighborhoods of Little India and Chinatown to get a feel of the pulse of Singapore and soak in the myriad hues and sights and sounds therein. Stroll down the bazaars and pick up some antiquities and souvenirs. Don't leave Little India without admiring the many temples along Serangoon Road.   And while there pop into any of the ethnic restaurants offering North and South Indian cuisine.
 
Your visit to Singapore, however short, is not complete without a visit to Orchard Road for some shopping, or just window shopping. It is place that comes alive by night and is rightly considered the shopping and entertainment nucleus of the city. If you still have time, and of course the energy, move on from there and enjoy drinks at any of the bars on Emerald Hill Road. For dinner, try out Middle Eastern cuisine and relax after that with a shisha on Arab St in Kampong Glam.

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