June 27, 2021 · 4 min read
Welcome to the 3-day Slow Life and Nature trip in Singapore, where most of the attractions can be reached by walking. On this trip, you'll get to know this futuristic city differently. So make sure to wear your comfiest shoes because your feet will take you deeper into Singapore as you'll immerse yourself in the locals' daily lives while walking. More than its breathtaking buildings and architecture, you'll have plenty of time to stroll around nearby areas and multi-community hotspots. More than its concrete jungles lie the abundant gardens and forests rich with plant and animal life. And most importantly, you'll see how this advanced country blooms as you stroll along their multi-diverse community hotspots.
Get on of Singapore. an exciting walking trip today and see magnificent modern architecture around the city Visit the magnificent Marina Bay Sands and be in awe of the architectural and engineering work of art. Then, walk to Gardens by the Bay to see a masterpiece of horticulture and garden artistry that shows off thousands of plants in a breathtaking way. Head to another work of art, the Marina Barrage. Built as a dam along the Marina Channel, the Marina Barrage serves as a source of water, flood control, and a refreshing venue to meet family and friends. For an unbeatable view, do your picnic on the rooftop. Head to the Supertree Grove for sunset and dinner. Here you'll watch the Garden Rhapsody, a spectacular light and sound show. Finally, end the night in the magnificent Helix Bridge, a pedestrian bridge that is the first in the world to feature a double-helix design.
Visit the Southern Ridges. Walk among trees as you're surrounded by greeneries in this long stretch of interconnecting trails. Take a stroll at the elevated Forest Walk, where you'll see the rich biodiversity of flora and fauna. Move on to Alexandra Arch, a long bridge that opens like a leaf. This arch links the Forest Walk and the Floral Walk. Visit Sultan Mosque, a crucial part of Singapore's Muslim community. Explore the impressive building with huge golden domes and prayer hall. Then head to Istana Kampong Glam, a former Malay palace in Singapore. Tour around the permanent galleries that showcase Malay heritage and culture. Then take a walk, chill, or shop at the trendy and bustling hipster neighborhood of Kampong Gelam. Finish the day at Mustafa Center for a night of shopping spree. This department store boasts a variety of gadgets and electronics at a discounted price.
Today you'll get to see all of Singapore, where you'll visit a lush park, a busy landmark and community, an impressive historic site and arts center, and the famous Merlion. Visit the historic site of Fort Canning Park, where Malay royalty once ruled. This 18-hectare park is for nature leisurely walks and history buffs with their ancient artifacts. Next, head to Clarke Quay for some food and shopping. It is a busy landmark near the Singapore River. The head to the Former City Hall. Take a stroll around the impressive building that shows Singapore's colonial past. Visit Merlion Park and head to Merlion, the most famous Singapore icon that's half lion and half fish. Take a short walk to Esplanade, an arts center of stunning architecture with art exhibition spaces, cafes, restaurants, and shops. End the night in Tiong Bahru, a charming community with a mix of old and new, full of cafes, boutiques, a library, and a yoga studio.