Destination Singapore
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Final Destination Singapore & Malaysia
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Singapore is one of the world’s prosperous countries and is a famous holiday retreat. Singapore’s attractiveness as a travel destination can be traced back to its history. Even as Singapore celebrates its diversity of cultures, it embraces the future and worldwide trends in leisure and entertainment. As a result, tourists find Singapore to be full of fresh surprises and worthy of repeat visits.

Singapore’s cultural and heritage trips showcase the old traditions which are still very much alive. Get a blast from the past by heading down to any of these ethnic enclaves: Chinatown, Kampong Glam, Arab Street and Little India. Each quarter unveils traditional artifacts, clothing, ethnic delicacies and other cultural treasures.

For starters, you could enjoy the Chinese antiques, traditional costumes or calligraphy of Chinatown, then have a whiff of assorted spices at Little India and purchase a sari or some jewellery for a loved one. Finally, hurry down to Kampong Glam and Arab Street for bazaar-style shopping and be captivated by the exquisitely hand-made batiks from Indonesia and Malaysia – without ever leaving the country!

Visitors can also look forward to the Gardens by the Bay, which comprises of three waterfront gardens in the Marina Bay area. Visitors to the Gardens will be greeted with a super surprise; they will be dwarfed by Super Trees - tree-like structures that measure up to 16 storeys high!

Night Safari, Jurong Bird Park, Sentosa Island and Singapore Zoo are the most visited sights among many others. These Singapore tourist attractions all offer fun, excitement and entertainment. Singapore attractions are interactive, entertaining, and educational.

Travel to Singapore on your holidays and you are guaranteed to have a fun filled trip. If you are taking a honeymoon package to Singapore, make sure you tell the hotel that when checking in because you can get some extras included for free. Vacations in Singapore are particularly exciting and filled with activities. Do not forget to visit Sentosa Island as a part of your tour package. There are many tours and vacation packages to Singapore that include a visit to this resort island. The undisputed hub of shopping in Singapore is Orchard Road with several boutique stores and grand shopping malls. Little India is a good place for bargains and is also the area where you will find the famous Mustafa Centre. During the Singapore Sale, there are great travel deals available for Singapore. The Singapore River is a central tourist hub in the city and tourists can choose from an assortment of riverboat services available - hop on and hop off river express, river taxi and leisure sightseeing tours. Look out for discounted holiday deals to Singapore the next time you plan to take a vacation. From Singapore, you can include a trip to Bintan Island as part of your travel package.

Ten places to see in Singapore:

♣   Singapore Botanical Gardens:

Wander through the swaths of virgin rainforest and then take in the National Orchid Garden's many-colored collection of 1,000 orchid species and 2,000 hybrids.

♣   Artwork at the Ritz-Carlton:

It may seem a little strange to head to a hotel to look at artwork, but the Ritz-Carlton is no ordinary hotel. The massive three-ton Frank Stella installation at the entrance and the pair of Dale Chihuly crystal glass sculptures that anchor both wings of the building kick off one of Southeast Asia's finest (and under the radar) collections of modern and contemporary art.

♣   Chinatown Heritage Center:

If you do only one cultural thing during your 24-hour Singapore layover, it must be a tour of the unheralded Chinatown Heritage Centre, where entire sets of bedrooms, kitchens and street scenes from the late-19th century and early-20th century have been faithfully recreated.

♣   Plastic Surgery:

In case you missed the memo, the place for plastic surgery is Asia. You may not have time for a full makeover, but squeeze in a spot of Botox or a non-surgical facelift with local celebrity surgeon.

♣   Electronics for cheap:

Tokyo may have the latest in electronic gadgets, but Singapore has the widest range, and luckily for the time-pressed shopper, they're all clustered in two massive multistory emporia.

♣   Haji Lane:

This tiny lane, hidden away in the heart of the Muslim quarter, is a fashionista's paradise. With very little fanfare, the collections of narrow shop-houses have, in less than a year, been transformed into an aggressively hip retail stretch recalling Le Marais in Paris or New York's Meatpacking District.

♣   The Singapore Flyer:

The 165-meter-high Flyer is Singapore's answer to the London Eye. For the moment, it is the world's largest observation wheel. The best time to hitch a ride is at dusk when the entire row of downtown skyscrapers is softly lit.

♣   The White Rabbit:

Recently, the long abandoned garrison church was reopened as the White Rabbit, a restaurant and bar serving up Euro comfort food. After extensive renovations, its lofty interiors are now a mood-lit bolt-hole that heaves with tout le monde.

♣   Geylang:

On offer is a greedy grab of Peranakan, Indian, Malay and regional Chinese standards including the coconut rice and curry chicken at Bali Nasi Lemak, spicy noodles with roast pork and prawns at Kuching Kolo Mee and the Hakka favourite of rice, vegetables, tofu and peanuts in a tea-based broth at Lei Cha Fan. Once upon a time, Bugis Street was Singapore's premier red light district, but the crown has long since passed to Geylang.

♣   Zouk:

Despite its prim, straight-laced reputation, Singapore's nightlife is actually quite racy, though compared to Barcelona or New York, the party ends early (around 3 a.m.). After nearly two decades, Zouk is still the throbbing heart of the action. The pulsating institution is a strobe-lit, rambling warren of dance floors, figure-hugging outfits, swagger and seasoned moves. For many of the pretty young hipsters here, it's a rite of passage.





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Cost Includes

Singapore city tour Full day Sunway Tour with 3 Parks entry.  Genting Highland tour Tickets for indoor parks All transport Overland coach transfer.

Cost Excludes

Airfare and taxes & Visa fee.  Lunch and dinner.  Personal expenses and beverages.  Tips to guide or porters Services other than specified in the rate includes head.  NOTE: We will customize the itinerary as per the requirement of the customer other than the above. For Trip Cost,please contact us,  

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