How to spend a scenic day in Singapore – Gardens by the Bay and Changi Airport [Video]

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Stephen’s 3 Cards, 3 Continents Singapore stop was even more scenic than I’d realized while he was traveling. After all, of everyone on the Frequent Miler team, Stephen is (I think) the least likely to be caught talking to his selfie cam “for the gram” as he travels. This isn’t to say, however, that he doesn’t collect great footage, as you’ve surely noticed the beautiful pictures he shares in his trip reports for example.

He stayed quite busy in Singapore, (with a hop-on-hop-off bus tour and even a night safari at the zoo), but some of the most photogenic activities were the Gardens by the Bay (particularly the Cloud Forest exhibit), and the Jewel Changi Airport itself.

As Stephen explains in his own post about his time in Singapore, the airport has all kinds of activities, one of them being Canopy Park in Terminal 1 before security. Stephen explored the Canopy Park’s Mirror Maze, Hedge Maze, Walking Net and Canopy Bridge, Topiary Walk, and Discovery Slides. For anyone curious in multiple activities like this, he suggests buying a bundle package that includes them all, otherwise the individual pricing adds up.

To me, the Canopy Park looks like a Meow Wolf exhibit. He shared many excellent pictures in his own post, but I thought it deserved a little video as well.

You can read more about Stephen’s full Singapore experience here.

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Billy Bob

Carry an extra undershirt in your rucksack – you’ll be drenched in sweat before you get to the bus stop from your hotel.

Mantis

Singapore to me seems like a nice place to live, but wouldn’t want to visit…at least not more than a day or two. It’s an ideal stopover destination, a day or two is all you really need, beyond that it’s pretty sterile and boring.