Lucy Thurlow's question in Singapore

Attraction / Food

Looking to do a 48 hour stopover in Singapore en route to Australia at end of October. Any definite dos and don'ts for the city in just 2 days?! Thanks :)

Wander up to the top of the marina bay sands for a great view of the city. If you like gardens, the National botanical gardens are quite impressive! If you like British architecture check out Raffles or the Fullerton.
If you love tourists and fancy shopping, that’s Orchard Street.
Some people like the hawker centers (kinda like street food collectives)
Some good ideas! And yes I do love a garden ? Thanks
Hi Lucy, you can check out my list on “10 spots for a foodie tour in Singapore”
Katie Scott Aiton asked for recommendations as well in October last year, especially for food options. I gave a long long list of what you can eat and do. Unfortunately, I did not have a draft of my replies (arghh!), nor could I copy or link to my replies to her question. You can search for her… 
If you like something rowdy and stopping over on a weekend, there are Little India, Thai disco and Chinatown (Chinatown is better to visit during daytime). Compare prices to avoid touris trap though it is rather easy to tell I think.
Thanks I'll check it out. I will definitely try and see both gardens and Little India. I imagine I'll probably want to do some quite relaxing things as I'll only have 2 days before flying out to Oz!
Both gardens should be able to take up 2 days or so :) You can adjourn to Marina Bay Sands with its Promontary walkway to enjoy the city view in the evening. It’s relaxing. ArtScience Museum is next to it, you may want to consider for any current exhibition that may interest you. For Botanical… 
The 24-hour Indian shop is called Mr Prata.
Marina bay sands at night definitely sounds like something I will do! Thanks so much for the tips :)
Have a singapore sling in the Raffles Hotel Long Bar, which is where it was invented. ?
You should probably sit on the Singapore flyer. It ranks world second as the tallest ferries wheel. It has a height of 541 feet. If you are a foodie, I will recommend you to try our delicious Singapore cuisines. For example, you can go the esplande to try the satay there. The name of the store is… 
thanks for the info! Definitely sound like good suggestions. I'm looking forward to seeing Singapore :)
Your welcome. Happy travelling.