After breakfast at hotel, transfer to Singapore Botanical Garden, it was built in year of 1859, has an area of 52 hectares. The most famous is the National Orchid Garden was built in 1995, covers an area of Three hectares of carefully landscaped slopes provide a setting for over 1,000 species and 2,000 hybrids, with about 600 species and hybrids on display. Next to Clarke Quay to visit the Singapore river by boat, it is a river in Singapore that flows from the Central Area, which lies in the Central Region in the southern part of Singapore before emptying into the ocean. Stop at Merlion Park, a landmark of Singapore, a major tourist attraction at One Fullerton, near to the Central Business District. After lunch, shop at the largest duty fee shop in Southeast Asia, DFS Singapore. Follow by tour to Little India, Singapore’s India district, you can buy different kinds of Indian art crafts, snacks and variety you have not seen and spices you have heard. Then visit China Town (Niu Che Shui or Kreta Ayer means "bull-cart water"). Once upon a time, every household had to pull bullock cart water from Ann Siang Hill.
Last of the day, visit to Sentosa island, Singapore's most famous tourist attraction spot. First visit the Festive Walk, a must-visit for the well-heeled. Shoppers will be spoilt for choice with the numerous outlets comprising of fashion labels, luxury goods and exclusive brands.It is located in the hub of adventure and entertainment Resorts World Sentosa. Festive Walk Sentosa is an ideal place to immerse yourself in the world of shopping, entertainment and delectable cuisine. After dinner, “Song of the sea” show would be another amazing enjoyment which gives you astounding multi-sensory experience with a combination of water and laser effect. With the world class water jet, enchanting laser effects, fascinating fireworks, and surrounding music effects, the show will take you into an old fairytale where you feel yourself part of the legend. Thereafter, transfer back to your hotel for over night.