How much are 3 days in Singapore incl. Gardens by the Bay & Hiking

How much are three days in Singapore

3 Days in Singapore in a capsule hotel – How much is it?

Singapore, Singapore, Singapore – I’m fascinated by how this tiny country managed to get so many travellers to stay for a few days. And all thanks to their airport really. It is a major hub in Asia. I haven’t met many people that actually planned a trip to Singapore – most of the travellers are travelling through. But how much is it to stay here for three days and make most of your stay?

The itinerary for three days

Day 1: Skywalk at Gardens by the Bay, China Town and Buddha Tooth Temple (with fantastic views)

Day 2: MacRitchie Reservoir Park Hike and Tree Top Walk

Day 3: Gardens by the Bay – Flower Dome and Cloud Forest

Travel Style

  • Accomodation at the capsule hotel The Pod for three nights
  • Use of public transportation
  • the hike didn’t cost anything except for the bus ticket to get there
  • China Town and the Buddha Tooth Temple are free as well
  • Food: in China Town, and cheap restaurants

Cost report for three days in Singapore

Currency Euros

Gardens by the Bay18
Transfer airport4.65
Transfer airport7
Per Day104.15

Conclusion & Tips

  • I’ve wanted to stay in one of those capsule hotels/hostels, but they aren’t really cheap. There are normal hostels in Singapore as well that start under 15€ per night.
  • Singapore is much cheaper than I expected (or feared)
  • Gardens by the Bay: buy a combined ticket for both domes. You can also get the tickets for a reduced price in most hotels or hostels at the front desk.
  • There are a lot more hiking paths in Singapore, like those here

Keep on travelling,


Viktoria Urbanek Travel Blog Chronic Wanderlust

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