Marina Bay is probably Singapore’s top tourist attraction. In addition to the 8.00 PM light show that is nothing short of stunning, the intricate architectural feat is home to shopping, dining, and sightseeing and entertainment venues. Needless to say, the best time of the day to visit Marina Bay is during the night.
Clark Quay is the ideal photography paradise with a riverside development that is brimming with bars, restaurants, boutiques and nightclubs. Dining al fresco along the river bank is an experience in itself. If you are wondering what time to visit Clark Quay, go at night and enjoy the vista.
Step into the Universal Studios to enjoy a day full of fun in this unique theme park which was also the 1st of its kind in SE Asia. With over 20 attractions themed after Lost World, NY, Ancient Egypt< Hollywood and Far, Far Away (among others) your kids will never forget a day spent here. The busiest times are during weekends and during the months of March, June, September and December so you might want to avoid these months.
Gardens by the Bay are home to seashell shaped greenhouses, and a futuristic park that won best architecture in 2012. Go here between four and five in the evening if you want to enjoy the gardens at its best.
The Chinatown is home to culture, food, cheap merchandise that is authentic of this nation and everything and anything that you would want. A day of shopping here will fill your luggage with minimal damage to your budget! You can visit this at any time of any day but January and February are good choices because the Lunar New Year festivities will be in full swing by then.