Posts Tagged ‘Tourist Spots in Singapore’

How to make the most of Singapore’s cool weather

The cool weather in Singapore lately has been absolutely divine! I hope you’re enjoying it as much as I am! It won’t last very long, probably only a few days more of this glorious "temperate" weather to go. And now that it has stopped drizzling, all the more you should be spending your time outdoors. Yes, now is the best time to go enjoy Singapore’s great outdoors before the heat and humidity returns again. Here are 10 outdoor ideas for you to make the most of Singapore’s winter! Also ideas for what to do just after it rains in Singapore.

Visit the Singapore Zoo

Toddler feeding elephants at the Singapore Zoo

Guess what, if you feel lethargic in Singapore’s heat, so do the animals! Now would be the best time to go see the animals at the Singapore Zoo when they are at their liveliest. Even though our Singapore Zoo is world class, if you’ve ever visited other zoos overseas in cooler temperatures, you will notice the animals moving about much more than they do in Singapore. So now would really be the best time to visit or revisit again the Singapore Zoo.

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Singapore Gourmet Bus–Sightsee and dine at the same time!

The other day I had a most interesting meal! Will you believe it that the meal was served in a bus? For the first time ever, dining in a bus in Singapore without breaking the law! The Duck & Hippo peeps have outdone themselves by coming up with Asia’s first Singapore Gourmet Bus where you can enjoy a luxurious sightseeing tour accompanied with food and drink!

Currently, you can opt for either a 2 hour 2 course lunch or 5 course dinner service (both fixed menu) at $57 or $97 per pax respectively. Lunch is a dim sum lunch supplied by the Soup Restaurant while dinner is an Indo-Chinese dinner supplied by IndoChine. Considering that it already cost $23 for the most basic sightseeing tour without food, it sounds like not too bad a deal. En route sights include the Singapore Flyer, Esplanade, Merlion Park, National Gallery Singapore and Marina Bay Sands.

Singapore Gourmet Bus (2)

Lunch supplied by Soup Restaurant

Scroll down to read about the entire Singapore Gourmet Bus dining experience!

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Quayside Isle Sentosa Cove

After my birthday lunch today at Il Lido Sentosa Golf Club, we decided to swing by the latest enclave in town, or should I say out of town, the Quayside Isle at Sentosa Cove. It’s definitely worth a visit because the place really is very picturesque and idyllic. There are many yachts parked at the marina, and there are 2 rows of restaurants flanking the waters.

City Developments Limited, the property developer of Quayside Isle, describes the place the place as the Capri of Southeast Asia. I don’t know if it can ever be compared to the real Capri, nonetheless, Quayside Isle is a must visit destination when you are in Sentosa. I like it so much I’m going to make a reservation at one of the restaurants next week!

A list of what to do at Quayside Isle is available at the bottom of this post.

Photos of Quayside Isle and a list of all the restaurants at Quayside Isle

Quayside Isle Sentosa Cove (21)

This is one arm of Quayside Isle, with tenants such as Kith cafe, Note di Sicilia, Ezoca Japanese Restaurant etc

Quayside Isle Sentosa Cove (2)

The view you can enjoy as you sip your beer by the waters.

Quayside Isle Sentosa Cove (13)

Scroll down for the list of restaurants and shops at Quayside Isle

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