Travel Guide: Singapore
Posted on 07 December 2016
We asked Elle @chxndeliers to show us her Singapore.
My handy memobottle to always stay hydrated in the heat. A pair of my favourite sunnies and a Muji notebook for me to jot down things I see along the way. I always keep sunscreen, a hat, wallet and of course my phone and portable charger.
Eating is my favourite thing to do of the day, isn't it everyones? My favourite for breakfast are the berry ricotta hotcakes and waffles from Paddy Hills! You can't come to Singapore without having chilli crab, here's a list of the top 5.
Get away from the city lights and enjoy a day in nature and some fresh air at Coney Island Park. I recommend renting a bicycle from Punggol Point Park and riding around the paths exploring.
Take a walk down Bugis street and you'll be greeted with over 600 shops! Haji Lane is full of colourful shophouses and right next to the Arab Quarter with Middle Eastern cafes and the Sultan Mosque.
When you come to Singapore, you definitely can't miss going to Sentosa. The beaches and restaurants make it a great weekend spot to hang with friends.
Spend a few hours at The National Gallery, which holds the world's largest public display of modern Southeast Asian art. The architecture of the building alone is something to check out and the garden space on the roof is home to restaurants and terrace bars with views over Singapore.