15 Best Places to Visit in Singapore in 3 Days - 2021 (Updated)
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You can cover many of the Best Places to Visit in Singapore in 3 Days with proper planning and high spirits. City-state Singapore has an array of places which tourists can visit even during a short trip, which may seem difficult, but is possible with proper planning. In just three days, you can visit all the symbolic places in Singapore which you can plan with the help of this suggestive list so that you do not leave without visiting its prime tourist spots.

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If you are planning a Singapore Itinerary for 3 days, then you might find it difficult to choose what you should include and which places you can give a miss. This metropolitan place is a whole enchilada of worship places, beaches, heritage, culture, food, shopping, adventure, and thrill! Your first day in Singapore should schedule visits to the most distinguished places like Gardens by the Bay and Universal Studios because you will be in good energy in the beginning to explore some of the fun tourist places.

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The second and third day should introduce you to the food culture, history, shopping streets, and refreshing areas by taking you around areas like Chinatown, Botanical Garden, and the very famous Singapore Flyer. Here is a breakdown of the places that can help you plan things to do in Singapore for 3 days without skipping the noteworthy spots that make Singapore the grandeur place that it is.

Places to Visit in Singapore on Day 1


Universal Studios

Universal Studios
Universal Studios remains on the bucket list of several people around the globe, and therefore you should include it on the very first day of your Singapore Itinerary 3 Days because it is one of the best things to carry out here. Inside this large studio, be stunned to spot over twenty more themed parks, all more astounding than the other. From roller coaster rides to the water park and digitized theme parks, Universal Studios is a sanctuary for merriment!

The surreal Hollywood streets, Jurassic Lost World, New York replica and Madagascar Far Far Away are all unbeatable jubilees that one can partake in. The Transformer ride is the best attraction in the entire park. Make sure you wear comfortable shoes and take an express-line ticket to avoid long queues.

Location: 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore

 Sunday to Thursday: 09.00 a.m. to 10.00 p.m. 
                Friday & Saturday: 08.00 a.m. to 10.00 p.m.

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Gardens by the Bay

Gardens by the Bay
Your love for nature will only escalate to an unimagined level once you visit Gardens by the bay, which is a must option amongst the best places to visit in Singapore in 3 days. Open for almost most hours of the day, this waterfront garden covering a massive piece of land has the best architectural designs from the world.

The tall trees in this extraordinary bay are heritage trees which makes them an exquisite background for your first day pictures. The sound of the waterfalls echo around the vegetation inside this cloud forest which is one of the most blissful things you should experience in the late evening of your first day in Singapore.

Location: 18 Marina Gardens

Monday to Sunday: 05.00 a.m. to 02.00 a.m. 

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Marina Bay

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With an urge to put Singapore on the world map of well-developed countries, they initiated the concept of Marina Bay, which is now one of the finest structures in the country. It is a delight to watch this bay light up every evening at 08.00 p.m. which reflects on the sea creating a sublime sight to capture. The New Year ’s Eve Singapore Countdown is held here every year at Marina Bay along with other diverse festivals and events of significance.

One can also go skating in their skating rink, visit the Art and Science Museum, take a cruise ride, go on a Kayaking ride or eat to your heart’s content! The timings and charges vary on what you want to do here. You must visit the Skypark on the 57th floor, which is an amazing viewing deck.

Location: Bayfront Sub-zone, Downtown Core

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Buddha’s Tooth Relic Temple

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Buddha’s Tooth Relic Temple
Buddhist devotees believe that this temple houses the Lord Buddha’s left canine tooth, and hence named this temple Buddha’s Tooth Relic Temple where you can find an illustration of his life and the Buddhist culture. It draws its architectural inspiration from the Tang Dynasty and the Buddhist Mandala. Inside the temple, you will find a large Stupa of Lord Buddha, which is partly made up of gold.

It is vital that one dresses up very decently before entering this temple. There is also a museum which stores a gallery of pictures that speaks about the rich teachings and culture of Buddhism and therefore this is surely one of the best places to visit in Singapore in 3 days.

Location: 288 South Bridge Rd, Singapore

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 07.00 a.m. to 07.00 p.m.

Charges: Free

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Clarke Quay

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Clarke Quay
Everything that happens in and around Clarke Quay are the must things to do in Singapore in 3 Days if not you would be missing out on a lot.  This place is a divine abode for all the shoppers, party animals, and food-lover who can do all of these in the most sophisticated manner by the Singapore River.

If bar-hopping in Singapore was on your list, then cross that off your agenda, because there’s no other place where you can do this with ease and style! Clarke Quay is the best way to end your first day in Singapore after a long sightseeing day.

Location:  3 River Valley Rd, Singapore

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Places to Visit in Singapore on Day 2


Singapore Flyer

Singapore Flyer
Try and spot your entire Singapore Itinerary 3 Days places like Marina Bay, Empress Place, Padang, Raffles Place, or the Singapore River from different sides of the capsule at different heights. Taking this ride on the second day will ensure that you don’t miss out on the best places in Singapore. One thing you should be prepared for before you take this round flight is for the long queues, especially in the evenings.

There isn’t a better way to get the look of the whole of Singapore by taking just this one trip in their locked capsules that is slow, steady, and pleasing! If you haven’t heard it already, Singapore Flyer is the world’s largest observation wheel, and you get to go past several attractions on the way until you finally step into one of their cabins.

Location: 30 Raffles Ave, Singapore

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 08.30 a.m. to 10.30 p.m.

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Smoke & Mirrors

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Smoke & Mirrors
Get your luxurious side out while you sip and dine at Smoke & Mirrors, a roof-top bar designed for sophisticated drinks. Watch the professionals amalgamate the classic cocktails into something fancier that pleases the eye, and the drinker in you! You might have never watched a bartender mix drinks into such creativity with a backdrop of Singapore’s Skyline.

If experiments are your thing, then this will be on your list for every time you visit this country thereafter. The idea of this unique bar lies in creating mystical and enchanted drinks by crafting trickeries that appeal to a common eye.

Location: 1 St. Andrew's Road, #06-01 National Gallery Singapore, Singapore

 Monday to Thursday: 12.00 p.m. to 12.30 a.m. 
                Friday to Sunday: 12.00 p.m. to 02.00 a.m.

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Tiong Bahru Market

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Tiong Bahru Market
Lip-smacking food anyone? You don’t need to have any second-thoughts before visiting Tiong Bahru Market, a Zion for food lovers. This is the one place in Singapore where you can relish delicious food from hawker stalls and also buy fresh meat for a home-cooked dinner. Here’s something attention-grabbing; this is a one-of-a-kind hawkers market which resembles a large mall, but only sells food across the two floors.

You can find up to eighty stalls in this huge complex selling local as well as internal cuisine to tickle the tongue of every visitor. Vegetarians are most welcome here for there are a lot of food options for them too. Begin your second day here to keep you full and energized to cover the other exciting places from your Singapore Itinerary 3 days.

Location: 30 Seng Poh Rd, Singapore

Timings: Tuesday to Sunday: 09.00 a.m. to 08.00 p.m.
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Sultan Mosque

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Worship places add to the serenity of a holiday, and the Sultan Mosque is thus one of the best places to visit in Singapore in 3 Days. This mosque is the epitome of architecture work that has been built by more than a few people of the Muslim faith. The golden domes make it easier to spot even from a distance; they add to the glitter under the shimmering sun, and even in the evening’s city lights.

The glass bottle ends inside the domes is an amazing thing to which is donated by the poor people from the community who have an equal place in this mosque for prayer. Even though it doesn’t take a lot of time to cover the entire mosque, it is worth a visit before you head to the other places you have planned to visit that day.

Location: 3 Muscat St, Singapore

Saturday to Thursday: 10.00 a.m. to 12.00 p.m. and 02.00 p.m. to 04.00 p.m.
                Friday: 02.30 p.m. to 04.00 p.m.

Charges: Free

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Tasting the authentic Chinese cuisine and shopping for affordable souvenirs for people back home are definitely some things to do in Singapore in 3 days at Chinatown. Walk around on Pagoda Street on your second day and get a glimpse into the past of this little town in the country that replicates China, and its ambiance.

Chinatown is dedicated to the founders of Singapore who moved here from China several years ago, and it is remarkably beautiful! You can visit the Maxwell Road Food Centre to try out some local food. Some delicacies you should try out here is the Stirred Fried Rice with soy sauce, roasted duck and of course, noodles!

Location: 2 Banda Street

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Places to Visit in Singapore on Day 3


iFly Indoor Skydiving

iFly Indoor Skydiving
If you want to confirm if skydiving is meant for you, then take a practice flight at IFly Indoor Skydiving which is one of the best places to visit in Singapore in 3 days. The making of this tunnel is such that it gives one the feeling of falling from the sky from a height of 12,000 feet until you reach 3,000 feet.

With every ticket, a diver gets two dives to make sure you are fit for this adventure inside the wind tunnel before you make this jump from the sky, minus the risk of the fear of falling on the ground. 

Location:  #01 Sentosa Island, 43 Siloso Beach Walk, 01, Singapore

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday to Sunday: 09.00 a.m. to 09.30 p.m.
                Wednesday: 11.00 a.m. to 09.30 p.m.

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Tree-top Walk at MacRitchie Reservoir

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Tree-top Walk at MacRitchie Reservoir
Walk on a suspension bridge that gives you an aerial view of the dense forest cover, its plants and the animals that live within at the MacRitchie Reservoir. Canoeing and Kayaking are the most famous activities conducted here apart from a walking trail that leads one into an 11-km walk to explore nature on your own.

This is much like in the movies, where you could feel lost without the presence of maps, and is like a maze that you have to come out of with the help of just signboards. Take your time to get personal with nature and its beauty on our last day in Singapore which can relax you before you travel back home.

Location: 601 Island Club Rd, Singapore

Timings: Monday to Friday: 09.00 a.m. to 05.00 p.m.
                Saturday & Sunday: 08.30 a.m. 
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Art Science Museum

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One of the major attractions inside this lotus-shaped building is the Future World: Where art meets Science, which is a state-of-the-art digital world to witness the unique connexions. Also inside this museum is a Crystal Universe made with 170,000 LED lights which make for an amazing place to get some pictures.

You can explore the entire place, and all its galleries, twenty-one to be precise with a full access ticket. Theo Jansen’s moving sculptures and objects leave every viewer awe-struck.

Location: 6 Bayfront Ave, Singapore

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 10.00 a.m. to 07.00 p.m.

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Singapore Botanic Garden

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Singapore Botanic Garden
Relax in the outdoors in the country’s oldest garden which is a favorite for nature-lovers and admirers. You can disconnect from the buzz of the city on the third day and spend some time in the lush greenery of this place that is also called Bandstand. Of all the things to do in Singapore for three days, you should add this garden to your list to get a picture with Tembusu Tree, a one-fifty-year-old tree that resides in this garden along with forty other heritage trees.

Inside this Botanic garden is a National Orchid Garden, Jacob Bella’s Children’s Garden, and SBG Heritage Museum that you can cover during this visit. There are some eateries inside that serve local food which you should try before you leave Singapore.

Location: 1 Cluny Rd, Singapore

Monday to Sunday: 05.00 a.m. to 12.00 a.m.
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Bugis Street

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One cannot return from Singapore without getting a bagful of items you buy from here, especially from Bugis Street. If you cannot do without shopping for local items, then this street is amongst the best places to visit in Singapore in 3 days. With items not costing a fortune, you can get your fashion back in action with the trendiest clothes and accessories along with matching eye-wears.

Whenever tired, grab a bite at their street-food stalls and get back to checking out the 600 stalls to not miss out on anything. By the third day, you would know your way around bargaining for the items you want to purchase.

Location: 3 New Bugis Street

 Monday to Sunday: 11.00 a.m. to 10.00 p.m.

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