After sumptuous breakfast, head out for a tour to the Colonial Heart. The Colonial District is one of the famous tourist attractions in Singapore. It is because of its geographical position. It is built on the Singapore River. The city's most famous landmarks are situated here like the Saint Andrew's Cathedral, Supreme Court, City Hall, Singapore Art Museum and Parliament House.
If you're in the Civic District, you cannot miss the imposing tower and spire of St Andrew's Cathedral. This is, after all, Singapore's largest cathedral and the oldest Anglican house of worship. It is a stellar example of colonial-era architecture and heritage.
Supreme Court now forms the central core of the Empress Place Building which is occupied by the Asian Civilizations Museum. The public can visit the Supreme Court of Singapore to understand the country's court system and the significance of the Supreme Court.
The City Hall in Singapore is a national monument. It was designed and constructed by the architects of the Singapore Municipal Commission. A flight of stairs takes visitors from the Corinthian colonnade to the main building.
The Singapore Art Museum housed in a restored 19th-century mission school opened its doors in 1996 as the first fully dedicated visual arts museum in the country. It is committed to create meaningful encounters with art for all visitors, through their exhibitions, research, publications, public and educational outreach. It has the world's most important collections of contemporary art by artists from Singapore, Southeast Asia, and Asia.
The Parliament House of Singapore is a public building and a cultural landmark. The building was constructed to signify the modern architectural expression of stateliness and authority.
Later on, pay homage at the oldest temple in Singapore, Thian Hock Keng Temple and Fukien or Hoklo Temple.
Thian Hock Keng Temple is Singapore's oldest Chinese temple steeped in heritage and is a must-visit for history aficionados and those curious about the oriental culture. The Thian Hock Keng Temple in Singapore is dedicated to Mazu, the Goddess of the Sea. In the temple, marvel at the remarkable architecture in the traditional southern Chinese style.
Hoklo temple has a special difference from the styles in other regions of China. The top roof is high and tilted with extravagant fine details of decorative inlays of wood and porcelain. The main halls of Hoklo temple are regularly adorned with two dragons on the ridge at the far left and right corners and there is a small figure of a pagoda at the center ridge.
Next, you will visit the Marina Bay. The Marina Bay is spread across a 360-hectare area adjacent to the Central Business District. It is also called as the new downtown of Singapore. It consists of a new eco-friendly visitor center and the Helix connecting Bayfront to Marina Centre where the Youth Olympic Park is situated. The Point at Marina Bay (formerly known as Central Promontory Site) will be used as a public space for activities such as theatres and carnivals.
Enjoy your evening on board. Spend your night on the cruise.