Singapore Travel Guide For Bangladeshis 2022

Singapore Travel Guide For Bangladeshis 2022

Singapore is an exceptional blend of culture, ethnicity, and food. It is called “The melting pot” of the world for its unique and diverse character. This small island country is actually one of the most developed countries in Southeast Asia with its cutting-edge architecture and futuristic city planning. Singapore’s economy is one of the fastest growing economies in the world.

If you’re an admirer of culturally diverse and futuristic countries, then you’re going to absolutely love Singapore! Although visiting Singapore can be a bit costly as the country is quite expensive overall, we promise it will be a delightful experience. 

In our Singapore travel guide for Bangladeshis 2022, we will discuss how to get to Singapore, what to do and where to go, where to stay, what to eat, where to shop, and some travel tips for Singapore. 

Singapore Travel Guide 2022 | How To Get There

You need to apply for a tourist visa to visit Singapore. Visit Singapore entry requirements for more details or you can call us at +88-09617-111-888 or visit for visa processing services. 

Singapore Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Malindo Airways, Sri Lankan Airlines, Biman Bangladesh Airlines, Air India, Etihad Airways, Thai Airways, and US Bangla Airlines are offering daily flights from Dhaka to Singapore. You can easily book your flights from DAC to SIN through Flight Expert. Try to book tickets at least a month prior to the visits to ensure the cheapest rate. 

It takes approximately 7 hours to reach Singapore, including transit. Most tourists spend at least a week there exploring all the prominent spots.

When Is The Best Time To Visit Singapore?

September-October month is peak season in Singapore. Although you can visit Singapore any time of the year, it is recommended that you visit the country during February to avoid the rainy season and get the best deals on everything to save money. 

Things To Do And Places To Visit In Singapore

  1. Gardens By The Bay

The Gardens By The Bay is one of the most attractive places to visit in Singapore. The garden consists of  Flower Dome, Cloud Forest, Floral Fantasy, OCBC Skyway, Garden Pod, and Supertree Observatory. Let’s see what you can see and do here: 

  • The Flower Dome houses flowers from all over the world. According to the Guinness Book of World Records, the massive glass greenhouse is the largest in the world. 

  • The Cloud Forest is home to a stunning waterfall and a lush mountain covered with plants from different parts of the world (e.g.Venus Flytraps).

  • The OCBC Skyway is 22 meters above the ground. This 128m-long aerial walkway offers a 360-degree panoramic view of the Gardens’ lush surroundings.

  • The Garden Pod is a recent addition to the garden. It’s a two-storied accommodation with a minimalistic design and modern amenities to make your stay comfortable and memorable.

  • The Supertree Observatory is also a viewpoint where you can observe the beautiful surroundings of the garden. 

  • Garden Rhapsody is a live light and sound performance by the Supertrees happening every day at 7.45 pm and 8.45 pm. Don’t miss the amazing show!

  1. Marina Bay

Marina Bay represents the modern and stylish Singapore. It has everything - from parks to shopping malls to hotels and leisure spots, you can find all essential commodities here. It’s one of the most expensive parts of Singapore. Tourists are seen strolling along the waterfront. 

  • The Helix Bridge is made of stainless steel. It links Marina Center with Marina South in Marina Bay. You can use the walkway to get a better view of the area. 

  • Marina Bay Sands is one of the largest buildings in Singapore. It’s the most expensive hotel in Singapore. You have to spend at least 35,000 BDT to spend a night here. The building also houses the largest infinity pool, international clothing shops, makeup, and accessories brands, international food chains, and a rooftop viewpoint. 

  • ArtScience Museum is the biggest private museum in Singapore. It connects art and science by exhibiting hi-tech art forms. We recommend the lotus flower-looking museum for science and art enthusiasts. 

  • Merlion Park houses one of the most iconic symbols of Singapore that we all recognize- The Merlion. The statue is Half Lion, half fish. this statue represents the past of Singapore. Once a fishing village, Singapore has come a long way. The name Singapore derives from Singapura or the Lion City in Sanskrit.

  1. Changi Airport

Changi Airport is one of the most beautiful airports in the world and the largest in Asia. The sheer brilliance of the architecture of Changi makes it stand out from all other airports. The project cost the government 1.5 billion Singaporean Dollars. The airport houses international brands, food chains, cafes, a man-made waterfall, a park, Skytrains, a movie theatre, a sunflower garden, a game room, a gym, and so on. 

  • Forest Valley and Rain Vortex is the highlight of Changi Airport. Standing at the heart of Jewel, the Rain Vortex is the world’s largest indoor waterfall. The waterfall creates an ethereal atmosphere. Lush trees and flower plants surrounding it creates a forest-like environment. The whole place looks like something out of a dream. It is a must-visit when you’re in the airport for arrival, departure, or just a layover. 

  • The Canopy Park, Hedge Maze, and Mirror Maze are recreational attributes of Changi Airport. You can pass your time in the 14,000 sqm space roaming around, playing, and participating in various activities. 

  1. Sentosa Island

Sentosa Island is one of the most famous tourist spots in Singapore. You can use the monorail to get to this island. Sentosa Island is full of sports and recreational activities, resorts, and beautiful surroundings. So, don’t miss the opportunity to visit Sentosa when in Singapore. 

  • Universal Studios Singapore is on Sentosa Island. You can take a movie-themed ride here. There are lots of restaurants near this area, so feel free to eat to your heart’s content. 

  • Sentosa Beach is a beautiful man-made beach. The turquoise water is very attractive. But not suitable for swimming.

  • Also, there is Madame Tussauds, 4D cinema, a Cable car ride, a boat ride, and a waterpark on Sentosa Island.

  1. Neighborhoods

Don’t forget to visit some famous neighborhoods such as Kampong Glam houses Haji Lane. Also, Arab Street, Chinatown, and Little India are famous neighborhoods of Singapore. These neighborhoods represent its thriving cultural scene. These vibrant and ethnically diverse neighborhoods stand out and showcase the architecture, religion, shopping, and cuisine of their source country.

Also, visit Singapore Zoo, Singapore Botanic Gardens, Fort Canning Park, and Haw Par Villa if you have time.

Where To Stay In Singapore

Next on our Singapore travel guide is places to stay. Hotels in Singapore are expensive. But that doesn’t mean you can’t find a reasonable hotel. Some tourists choose the area near Chinatown and then prefer to stay near Little India. If you want to shop and save money on transport, then stay near Little India. Little India has some of the most reasonable retail shops. 

Some mid-range reasonable hotels in Singapore are:

Where And What To Eat In Singapore

When in Singapore, try to have as much local food as you can. The local food in Singapore is mouthwateringly delicious and very affordable. Check out Maxwell Food Centre to find the best local food. You can choose from various dishes but don’t miss chicken rice. It’s amazing!

Also, try the food in other hawker food places. They serve chow mien, Chinese noodles soup, ramen, porridge, Hokkien noodles, seafood bbq, etc. And if you want to opt for international food chains, there is McDonald's, KFC, etc. serving cheap but delicious food. 

Where To Shop In Singapore

Our Singapore travel guide will be incomplete without information about the city’s best shopping areas. Tourists from all over the world visit Singapore for the ultimate shopping experience. Whether you are looking for unique boutique shops, gift and souvenir shops, budget-friendly retail shops, or international high-end stores, Singapore has it all. 

The Marina Bay Sands houses all the best brand shops in the world. But they are quite expensive. You can take a stroll through the mall and enjoy the overall atmosphere. The mall is very beautiful and there are lots of activities you can check in at. 

If you want to shop for gifts and souvenirs, Lucky Plaza at Orchard Road is the place to go. Visit the “Fire Sale Shop” at Lucky Plaza. Here you can find key chains and chocolates at very reasonable prices. Also, you can buy clothes at the lowest price at Lucky Plaza. 

Chinatown Pagoda Street is also a very good place to buy clothes from. The price is very low and the quality is also good.

When you enter Bugis Street Market, you’ll find restaurants and food stalls on your right and retail shops on your left. So, here you can eat street food and shop at once.

How Much Does It Cost To Visit Singapore?

Singapore travel cost from Bangladesh looks something like this-

Return Plane Fare - 40,000 - 50,000 BDT (per person)

Room Rent Per Night - 5,000 BDT

Sim Card - 1000 BDT

Singapur Tourist Pass - 20 SGD (Unlimited Transport for 3 days)

Food- 500 BDT (per meal)

Tickets - around 4,000 BDT (per person)

Travel Tips For Singapore

  • Do not stand on the right lane of the escalator if you’re not in a rush. The right lane is for people who are in a hurry.

  • Don’t sit on the reserved seats on public transport (such as buses or trains). 

  • Don’t forget to tap in or out of the bus or MRT otherwise you’ll have to pay up to 50 SGD.

  • Do not eat or drink at the MRT station or inside the bus or MRT otherwise, you’ll have to pay 500 SGD as a fine. 

  • Don’t chew gums and smoke in public in Singapore. If you don’t obey this rule, you can be fined up to 1000 SGD.

  • Don’t vandalize public property otherwise, you’ll have to pay 2000 SGD as a fine.

  • Do not throw trash anywhere otherwise, you’ll have to pay 1000 SGD as a fine.

  • Don’t feed the pigeons, monkeys, stray dogs, or cats, in Singapore, or else you’ll have to pay a fine of 500 SGD.

To Conclude,

Hope we have answered all your questions regarding your Singapore trip in this Singapore travel guide. Feel free to call us at +88-09617-111-888 or visit to book flights from Dhaka to Singapore. Or, email us at [email protected]

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