Our RealCost series is going to include a breakdown of all the countries that we visited with tips on why you should travel to that country, what to see, how long to spend, how to get around, where to stay, our food favourites (because you know we are food lovers!), and the EXACT prices it cost us to travel. We recorded all our expenses on the road so we could give you an example of how much a trip might cost.
# Accommodation: Total - £352.14
- £250 for one night in Marina bay sands
- £69.47 for three nights in the Inncrowd
- £32.67 for two nights in the Mitraa
# Activities: Total - £195.21
- £59 on Singapore zoo and night safari
- £36.85 on the cable car
- £31.27 on the aquarium
- £18.98 on souvenirs
- £15.63 on the Gardens by the bay (flower dome)
- £5.58 orchid garden
- £27.90 on museums
Safari Adventure in SINGAPORE ZOO , River Safari and SEA Aquarium - playtime toys for kids
Skyheart is in Singapore Zoo to visit his favorite animals! We also rode the River Safari boat and see the fishes in SEA Aquarium! Skyheart had a lot of fun interacting with the lion, tiger, zebra, bear, giraffe, hippo, panda, otter, dogs, rabbits, kangaroo, birds and many more animals.
Singapore Zoo is located in Jurong, Singapore... besides the Jurong Bird park, Night Safari and River Safari. There are a lot of animals and families with kids can enjoy here. :)
Pagoda Street Market sells novel gifts such as dragon candles. Little
India crams the colors and scents of the Indian subcontinent into a a
few city blocks. Kampong Glam, Orchard Road and Bugis Markets are home
to retail and bargain hunting.
Marina Bay and Gardens by the Bay are two examples of Singapore's incredible ability to innovate.
Buddha Tooth Relic Temple offers escape from the city center, as do the
Singapore Botanic Gardens and National Orchid Garden, and the Bukit
Timah Nature Reserve. Singapore Zoo and Jurong Bird Park are perennial
A cable-car goes to to the island playground of Sentosa. At Sentosa's western tip is the historic Fort Siloso.
East Coast Park is lined with bike paths. From Changi Beach 'bumboats' head to the secluded mangroves of Pulau Ubin.
Boat and Clarke Quays are Singapore's nightlife hotspots. Adventurers and writers have drank at the bars in Raffles Hotel.