Singapore captivates with its architectural splendor, boasting wide, stunningly designed streetscapes that blend modern skyscrapers and historic landmarks. The city stands as a melting pot of cultures offering a kaleidoscope of experiences, from multicultural heritage and diverse neighborhoods to mouthwatering cuisine and world-class attractions. If you're lucky enough to spend a few days in this vibrant country, you're in for a treat. Here's my curated itinerary suggestions for a 6-day visit: 

Day 1 - An Iconic Welcome 

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Arriving in Singapore you’ll want to dive straight into the city's charm. Kick off your stay with a visit to the Long Bar at Raffles, a spot beloved by locals and tourists alike. Raffles Hotel stands as a timeless icon of luxury, renowned for its colonial charm and storied history. Indulge in a Singapore Sling, an iconic cocktail first mixed in 1915 and widely regarded as the national drink. Check in to your hotel and relax. 

Day 2 - Exploring Culture and Culinary Delights 

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Immerse yourself in Singapore’s art scene at the National Gallery, followed by a bumboat ride along the Singapore River, gaining insights into the city's rich history. Drifting down the river, you’ll find yourself perfectly situated to snap a photo of the towering Marina Bay Sands. Enjoy lunch at Palm Beach Seafood restaurant in Clarke Quay, savoring their famous chili crab. The afternoon can be dedicated to the lush beauty of the Singapore Botanical Gardens and National Orchid Gardens. Complete your day with a feast of satays and local delights at Lau Pa Sat in the evening. 

Day 3 - A Cultural Feast in Little India and Chinatown

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Begin your morning with a breakfast spread of Roti Prata and Teh Tarik at Tekka Market in Little India. Explore its vibrant streets, picking up souvenirs at Mustafa Center and venturing into Kampong Gelam. Lunch at Hjh Maimunah or Zam Zam, before taking the afternoon and evening strolling through Chinatown. Try local delights at the Newton Food Centre, one of the many hawker centres, or food stall courts that are a culture unto themselves. You can even search for Michelin star stalls! 

Day 4 - Thrills and Chills at Sentosa Island and Universal Studios 

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Embark on a full day adventure at Sentosa Island, taking in the breathtaking views on the cable car ride. Explore Madame Tussauds for a 5-in-1 experience, then spend your afternoon at Universal Studios, exploring immersive zones and the thrilling Jurassic World. Or check out Singapore Zoo for up-close encounters with lions, giraffe and zebras. Spoil yourself with drinks at Marina Bay Sands tonight, an architectural marvel boasting expansive city views. Get there early to ensure you get a seat overlooking the water! 

Day 5 - Cultural Heritage and Avatar Adventures 

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Head to Gardens by the Bay for an Avatar Experience. Spend your afternoon in Katong-Joo Chiat, rich in Peranakan heritage, and chat with Alvin at The Intan.Treat yourself to dinner at the Candlenut. Book early to avoid disappointment! 

Day 6 - Departure with a Jewel 

Before departure, explore the vibrant Jewel Changi Airport, a nature inspired retail complex. Savor a final meal at Violet Oon. As you bid farewell to Singapore, carry memories of a festive journey that blended cultural richness, culinary delights, and thrilling adventures.