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Old 9th May 2013, 08:12   #181
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Bought the Sentosa Day Play Pass ticket and the songs of the sea (Premium, so seats will be reserved).

I could not find an option to buy online tickets for the cable car ride from Mt Faber. Seems like I will need to buy it there directly, any idea about this ?
For Flyer, does it make sense to take the City Pass B ticket for Flyer + Boat + Bus ?
http://www.singaporeflyer.com/unique...r-city-passes/
Cool - premium is good. You dont have to rush now to get good seats.
Yes - buy cable car tickets in person.
Flyer+Bus+Boat make sense in package. Bus would take you around the city so you can skip the city tour. Just visit Merlion and Botanic garden separately if you want (Guess bus would take you there too but not sure).

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@NPV,

Street Directory is the very good for finding places/routes in Singapore. If you are using an android or iphone, please search for the app called "Singapore Maps" and install on the phone before coming to Singapore.

Once you get the local SIM with the data plan, it will be a breeze to locate/calculate the travel route and time using this app. This app also calculates your approximate cost of travel depending on the mode of transport.

Have a wonderful vacation in Singapore. Don't forget the umbrellas and sun-screen lotion!
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Day 1 (Friday):
Reach Singapore 8am, check in/leave bags at hotel
Morning - Flyer, Singapore River boat ride
Evening - Night Safari

Day 2 (Saturday):
Morning - Jurong Bird Park
Afternoon - Science Center/Snow Park
Evening - China Town
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I'd suggest you to do Flyer in the evening on a clear day. Time between 6 to 7 is the best.

In China Town, don't miss Buddha Tooth Relic temple especially if you are with family.

If you have some time at disposal, try to visit East Coast Park or Pasir Ris Park (or any nature park for that matter in SG). These are seaside nature parks with huge play areas and you can rent bicycles as well to wander around. This kind of things we don't get in India.

Which hotel are you staying? You can get the EZlink card at the nearest MRT station.

I've moved back to India recently after a few years in SG. Happy to help if you need any more info (ofcourse, you get it on internet and I see some BHPians from SG as well responding).
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Bought the Sentosa Day Play Pass ticket and the songs of the sea (Premium, so seats will be reserved).

I could not find an option to buy online tickets for the cable car ride from Mt Faber. Seems like I will need to buy it there directly, any idea about this ?
For Flyer, does it make sense to take the City Pass B ticket for Flyer + Boat + Bus ?
http://www.singaporeflyer.com/unique...r-city-passes/
If you are travelling with kids, one more place you might be interested in -

http://www.rwsentosa.com/language/en...eCoveWaterpark

It is a new water park, heard its good. Worth giving it a thought.
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If you are travelling with kids, one more place you might be interested in -

http://www.rwsentosa.com/language/en...eCoveWaterpark

It is a new water park, heard its good. Worth giving it a thought.
Yes, this seemed interesting but we skipped it on this trip - after 3 days we were in a situation where we'd spent each day visiting 1 or 2 places starting early morning after breakfast and reaching our hotel around dinner time or later. So we just spent the last day and a half going around the city on the hop on, hop off bus tour plus meeting friends and some shopping for some souvenirs/small gifts.

I would recommend these based on our experience:
1. Start post-lunch and visit the Singapore Flyer, then other places around Marina Bay - Gardens by the bay, Marina Bay Sands 56th Floor has the Skypark observation deck, walk around the bay area - helix bridge, the boardwalk/deck at the back of the Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, window/shop inside the mall (Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands), there's even a boat ride inside the mall like the Gondola ride inside the Venice casino, Las Vegas!
2. Singapore Zoo and Night Safari (needs a full day and is quite tiring but probably worth given the time we have on short trips)
3. Bird Park (if you start by 9am can be completed by 2/3 pm)
4. Cable car ride from Mt Faber to Sentosa
5. Songs of the sea at Sentosa (evening shows at 7.40pm, 8.40pm)
6. Hop on, hop off city bus tour - visit the Buddha Tooth Relic temple at Chinatown, the Merlion Park near Raffles Place
7. Boat cruise - clarke quay, boat quay

We took the day play pass (max. 17 attractions) for the the other attractions at Sentosa (all part of the old park) and felt it was not worth the money. Few good ones were the Merlion, Images of Singapore (very good exhibits and details for Singapore's history), the Segway ride (kids will love it), the Luge ride, Skyride ride and the 4D Extreme Log ride. So, maybe worth taking just the noon play pass for 4 attractions.

Underwater world is good but you need separate tickets for that and if you're visiting SEA Aquarium, Underwater World can be skipped.

Overall, I felt the old park at Sentosa is ageing and the signs are evident when you look at the maintenace when visiting the Cable Car museum, Butterfly Park, 4D Desperados Game show, etc.

On this visit (first with family), we skipped the newer parks at Sentosa - Universal, SEA Aquarium and Adventure Cove but these are definitely good and can be included if you have sufficient time/more days.
Hope this helps.

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Yes, this seemed interesting but we skipped it on this trip - after 3 days we were in a situation where we'd spent each day visiting 1 or 2 places starting early morning after breakfast and reaching our hotel around dinner time or later. So we just spent the last day and a half going around the city on the hop on, hop off bus tour plus meeting friends and some shopping for some souvenirs/small gifts.

I would recommend these based on our experience:
1. Start post-lunch and visit the Singapore Flyer, then other places around Marina Bay - Gardens by the bay, Marina Bay Sands 56th Floor has the Skypark observation deck, walk around the bay area - helix bridge, the boardwalk/deck at the back of the Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, window/shop inside the mall (Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands), there's even a boat ride inside the mall like the Gondola ride inside the Venice casino, Las Vegas!
2. Singapore Zoo and Night Safari (needs a full day and is quite tiring but probably worth given the time we have on short trips)
3. Bird Park (if you start by 9am can be completed by 2/3 pm)
4. Cable car ride from Mt Faber to Sentosa
5. Songs of the sea at Sentosa (evening shows at 7.40pm, 8.40pm)
6. Hop on, hop off city bus tour - visit the Buddha Tooth Relic temple at Chinatown, the Merlion Park near Raffles Place
7. Boat cruise - clarke quay, boat quay

We took the day play pass (max. 17 attractions) for the the other attractions at Sentosa (all part of the old park) and felt it was not worth the money. Few good ones were the Merlion, Images of Singapore (very good exhibits and details for Singapore's history), the Segway ride (kids will love it), the Luge ride, Skyride ride and the 4D Extreme Log ride. So, maybe worth taking just the noon play pass for 4 attractions.

Underwater world is good but you need separate tickets for that and if you're visiting SEA Aquarium, Underwater World can be skipped.

Overall, I felt the old park at Sentosa is ageing and the signs are evident when you look at the maintenace when visiting the Cable Car museum, Butterfly Park, 4D Desperados Game show, etc.

On this visit (first with family), we skipped the newer parks at Sentosa - Universal, SEA Aquarium and Adventure Cove but these are definitely good and can be included if you have sufficient time/more days.
Hope this helps.
Nice tips buddy. Seems you utilized your time really well. Wish you had little more time to enjoy highlight of the visit - Universal Studios which is always my (and my guest's who visited Singapore in the past) favorite.

Hope to see you if you happen to plan a trip again. Cheers :-)
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Nice tips buddy. Seems you utilized your time really well. Wish you had little more time to enjoy highlight of the visit - Universal Studios which is always my (and my guest's who visited Singapore in the past) favorite.

Hope to see you if you happen to plan a trip again. Cheers :-)
Agree 100%. I had gone to Singapore and Malayasia with family in November. Universal Studios was the highlight of the whole trip, a place where we enjoyed as much as the kids did. A visit to Universal is a must must and the Transformers ride is not to be missed for anything.
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Very good to have discovered this thread.
I am planning a Hongkong and Singapore trip for my kid (4 year old).
I have done my research on Hong Kong, but just starting with Singapore.

Plan is to visit Singapore (4 nights stay) and Hong Kong (4 nights stay) during mid of July.

It seems Hong Kong is expensive overall, so I would like to cut some costs (towards accommodation) at Singapore.

So, I have the following on my list:
1. Universal studios
2. The under water aquarium with those large glass walls.
3. Night safari
Which area should I stay? Will I get decent hotels in Rs. 3000-4000 per night tariff range.

Note: I am not sure if water park should be included, since we might include Ocean Park in HK (along with Disneyland and the cable car).


Please suggest a list of places which I should cover. Also, will 4 days be enough? I don't mind extending the stay, but then I need to cut costs for accommodation further.

Considering there is a lot to explore in Singapore, we will be out the full day, so spending a lot on hotel is not something that we would prefer.

Requirements for accommodation:
1. Air conditioning
2. High speed internet access
3. Breakfast (if possible)
4. Proximity to public transport/ MTR


Also need help in the most economical mode of transport. How much should I expect to set aside for the transport.

There are lot of hostels listed on Expedia which are at very low rates. Are they safe for families?

Food: We are vegetarians. Need to select a hotel where we can have some decent vegetarian meal options (especially for dinner).


Any other tips are welcome.
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So, I have the following on my list:
1. Universal studios
2. The under water aquarium with those large glass walls.
3. Night safari
...Any other tips are welcome.
Lots of questions have been asked, let me try answering at least some of them
Precisely due to the same requirement of indian veggie food options, I decided on the little india area for the accomodation. I stayed at Park Royal which is right behind Mustafa and very close to several indian eateries (Syed Alwi Road next to Mustafa is an 'Indian food street'!) just outside the hotel. Tariff at this hotel was much higher, in the range of about 170-180 SGD a night and did not include breakfast. But do try other options nearby - I'd stayed at a small hotel called Hotel Penta way back in 1998 it is opposite Mustafa on Birch Road (the place is still around, saw it during my trip but no idea about tariffs now).

MRT (metro trains) would be the cheapest mode of transport. The Farrer Park MRT is right next door to Mustafa, it helped as we stayed at Park Royal.

Places to visit - I would suggest you do the Night Safari mainly for the experience since the Zoo might be too tiring with a 4 year old child.

At Sentosa, take the Noon/Evening Play pass and select a few of the rides/attractions, again not worth taking the Day Play Pass and will be too tiring. Don't miss Songs of the Sea at Sentosa (evening 7.30, 8.30 and 9.30 shows). Do include the cable car ride as one of the Sentosa attractions. Underwater world (separate ticketing not included in Sentosa Play Passes) has a Dolphin show as well but if you're going to the new Marine Life Aquarium in Sentosa, you can skip Underwater World.
You can also visit Jurong Bird Park.

Adventure Cove waterpark is a new attraction at Sentosa (one part of Sentosa now has the newest parks - Universal Studios, SEA/Marine Life Aquarium and Adventure Cove).

Other places to see/things to do would be a city tour, boat cruise around Clarke Quay, visit Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, visit the area around Marina Bay (Gardens by the Bay, Marina Bay Sands obseravtion deck and shopping mall).

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After my last post, I did some more research for the site-seeing attractions and also some hotel rates.

Overall there are plenty of options to stay and lots of places to see.

I have at the moment the following for site-seeing along with the tariff for 2 adults and 1 child. Perhaps this will help someone planning a trip in near future.


Package of Universal Studio and SEA (1 day)
96 + 96 + 69=261 SGD (12000 INR)


Park Hopper 3-in-1
Night Safari + River Safari + Zoo

Pasted from <http://eticketing.zoo.com.sg:81/Booking.aspx>
69 SGD

46 SGD (Child)

30 days to visit all three parks

Total 69+69+46=184 SGD (INR 8464)

So, just these places would mean a cost of Rs. 20000.

Now the questions are:
1. Is the Universal Studio + SEA 1 day pass imply that we have to cover both these in a single day?
How much time is needed to enjoy Universal Studio and SEA?
I have a feeling that 1 day is not enough to cover both of these.

Do we see the dolphins show @ SEA? Or somewhere else?
Do we have to pay extra for this?



2. Park Hopper 3-in-1. We have 30 days to visit all three after we visit the first park on that ticket.

Does it make sense to cover zoo and night safari both?
How much time does the zoo take?
Is one day enough for zoo and river safari?


I am skipping the water park in Singapore, since we will most likely cover the Oceans park in Hong Kong (slightly expensive), unless Adventure Cove is really better than Oceans park.
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1. Is the Universal Studio + SEA 1 day pass imply that we have to cover both these in a single day?
How much time is needed to enjoy Universal Studio and SEA?
I have a feeling that 1 day is not enough to cover both of these.

Do we see the dolphins show @ SEA? Or somewhere else?
Do we have to pay extra for this?

2. Park Hopper 3-in-1. We have 30 days to visit all three after we visit the first park on that ticket.

Does it make sense to cover zoo and night safari both?
How much time does the zoo take?
Is one day enough for zoo and river safari?
1. Universal itself will need a whole day. Honestly, I don't think a 4 year old will enjoy it as much as probably an 8-10 year old, but this is just my personal view, don't take me wrong.
Yes, if you take the Universal + SEA day pass you have to cover both in a single day, puts too much pressure on you, reason why we skipped this.

2. We did take the Park hopper 3-in-1 but for Zoo, Night Safari and Bird Park.
Zoo, Night Safari and River Safari are all part of the zoo premises so it basically means you need to travel to the same place on 2 or 3 days to see them, essentially taking up almost your entire trip unless you plan to extend it.
River Safari is new and was running discounted pricing at the ticket counters since some work is still in progress.
Also, Zoo + Night Safari was too tiring when we did in 1 day. Given your trip is much shorter I suggest do just the Night Safari which starts at 7pm.
Do let me know if you need any more info. Please check my earlier post detailing my itenerary/visits.
Also, do include Singapore Flyer, it's worth it!
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1. Universal itself will need a whole day. Honestly, I don't think a 4 year old will enjoy it as much as probably an 8-10 year old, but this is just my personal view, don't take me wrong.
Yes, if you take the Universal + SEA day pass you have to cover both in a single day, puts too much pressure on you, reason why we skipped this.
Why do you say Universal is not suitable for a 4 year old?

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Also, do include Singapore Flyer, it's worth it!
I realized that the 1 day will not be enough for the two places.
At the moment, we have thought of skipping SEA aquarium and instead include: Under Water World + Dolphin Lagoon.

Also included Flyer and Marina Bay.
We might skip the zoo as well.
Night Safari is a must. Perhaps River safari will be included on the same day.

So,
Day 2: River Safari + Night Safari
Day 3: Under Water World + Dolphin Lagoon + Marina bay + Flyer (perhaps all of this is possible in a day)

We still have Day 1 (half) and Day 4 (full) with us for something.

BTW: Which Park Royal hotel? And what tariff did you pay?
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We still have Day 1 (half) and Day 4 (full) with us for something.
Hi. Do you think you can do flyer and MBS on the first half day?
Factor in transportation time in your schedule. It would depend on the place you stay at. Taxis are the fastest but will add up specially with the 25% and ERP surcharge during morning peak hours and evening.
Any shopping plans would take up time as well.
Do you plan to go to orchard road?

Suggestion: salt and water are your friends. I assume you'd be walking a lot so have both. Many times I've had to come home and gulp down 1/2 spoon of salt with water to get rid of cramps.

Edit: also keep an eye out on Groupon singapore site. You can get discounted tickets to attractions. Some attractions have credit card promotions as well.

Edit 2: don't make Internet access a criterion when looking for a hotel unless it is FOC. Better to get a SIM card that you can use while mobile. Singtel has a $25 prepaid plan valid for 7 days/14GB. Other companies, M1 and Starhub, would have them as well. Get a sim and topup from a shop in Little india rather than airport.

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Why do you say Universal is not suitable for a 4 year old?
Since rides will have a height limitation (minimum height) so your child may not be allowed on some/several rides, please do check this.

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Day 2: River Safari + Night Safari
Day 3: Under Water World + Dolphin Lagoon + Marina bay + Flyer (perhaps all of this is possible in a day)
Day 3 seems hectic. I would suggest you do Sentosa (Under Water world, others) and keep the evening for Songs of the Sea which is also at Sentosa so no need to travel back into the city on this day. Book the Premium seats ($15 SGD) and is worth it since seats are reserved.

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We still have Day 1 (half) and Day 4 (full) with us for something.
Day 1 (half day) - China Town, visit the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple
Day 4 - How about Bird Park (morning half), Flyer + Marina Bay (post lunch) - both are close by so you can be at Flyer by 3-4pm and then spend time at Marina Bay till late evening.

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BTW: Which Park Royal hotel? And what tariff did you pay?
I stayed at Park Royal Kitchener Road which is right behind Mustafa (Serangoon Road). Tariff (mentioned in my earlier post as well) was - approx $170-180 SGD per night.

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Hi. Do you think you can do flyer and MBS on the first half day?
That seems to be a good idea. At the moment, we don't have flights booked, but if we reach in the first half of the day, then I think we will cover these two on day 1 itself.

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Do you plan to go to orchard road?
No idea about Orchard Road.

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Suggestion: salt and water are your friends. I assume you'd be walking a lot so have both.
I would probably think that there is some sort of bus + metro pass available where we can have unlimited usage per day. Perhaps we need to buy these somewhere for a day or two.
Other days will be spent completely on some island (e.g. Sentosa) where local transport is free.

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Edit: also keep an eye out on Groupon singapore site. You can get discounted tickets to attractions. Some attractions have credit card promotions as well.
Great tip. Thank you.

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Edit 2: don't make Internet access a criterion when looking for a hotel unless it is FOC. Better to get a SIM card that you can use while mobile. Singtel has a prepaid plan valid for 7 days/14GB. Other companies, M1 and Starhub, would have them as well. Get a sim and topup from a shop in Little india rather than airport.
Another money saver tip. Thank you.


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Since rides will have a height limitation (minimum height) so your child may not be allowed on some/several rides, please do check this.
Thank you. I will have to check on this. There are similar restrictions for Disneyland HK, when we checked a few months ago.

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Day 3 seems hectic. I would suggest you do Sentosa (Under Water world, others) and keep the evening for Songs of the Sea which is also at Sentosa so no need to travel back into the city on this day. Book the Premium seats ( SGD) and is worth it since seats are reserved.
Songs of the Sea seems to be a light show with fireworks etc. Seen this kind of stuff before, so, we are not that keen.
But UnderWater World is on our list for the experience of being inside a glass tunnel with water all over and fishes inside. I hope SEA and UnderWater world both have this so that we can skip SEA.


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Day 1 (half day) - China Town, visit the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple
Day 4 - How about Bird Park (morning half), Flyer + Marina Bay (post lunch) - both are close by so you can be at Flyer by 3-4pm and then spend time at Marina Bay till late evening.
We saw the photographs and decided to skip Buddha Tooth Relic Temple. I have seen something similar in India here.
Secondly my wife is least interested in this.
Again, birds do not interest anyone of us, so we will skip that one.

I have to check what is there in China town. If there is something similar to the markets of Kowloon, then perhaps China town is optional as well.

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I stayed at Park Royal Kitchener Road which is right behind Mustafa (Serangoon Road).
Thank you. I am looking for something simpler and more pocket-friendly.

BTW: How does one handle foreign exchange? Have you guys used travel/ currency cards?
Does any card support HK$ and SG$ both?
Do most places accept card or do they prefer cash?
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