4 Days 3 Nights
In this Singapore vacation visit Merlion park, Marina Bay sands, the Esplanade and iconic temple. Enjoy the beach, views, live shows and sea sports at Sentosa island. The trilling Universal Studios- A full day experience of the ultimate movie-themed entertainment park.
Welcome to the Beautiful City of Singapore. A Warm welcome by our local representative at the Airport. Enjoy an Oriental Singapore city tour- Merlion Park - a landmark of Singapore; Marina Bay Sands; Little India - the centre for the largest Indian community in Singapore; A Relaxing Singapore river view; The Esplanade: Theatres on the Bay, is a waterside building located on six hectares of waterfront land alongside the Marina Bay; The Sri Mariamman Temple is Singapore's oldest Hindu temple. Then check into hotel. Overnight stay at hotel.
Start your second day by touring the Exciting Sentosa Island, an idyllic resort island with pristine beaches, world-class attractions, sea sports, golf, and retreats. Reach Sentosa via Cable Car. Enjoy SEA Aquarium and Wings of the time - a live laser show at Sentosa beach.
On the third day of the tour, visit Universal Studio -Southeast Asia's first Hollywood movie theme park. The thrilling rides showcase movies like Madagascar, Lost world, Far Far Away, Hollywood Dreams Parade, etc. A full day experience of the ultimate movie-themed entertainment park. Overnight stay at hotel.
Buffet Breakfast at hotel. Check out from hotel. Drop at Airport to board your flight.
Singapore is known for its luxurious architecture and lifestyle. The merlion, Supertrees, Sentota island, and of course lip-smacking, gourmet, street food.
Yes, it definitely works in your favour to book an all-inclusive package, as all elements of your trip will be taken care of by us, and you can travel worry-free.
Singapore is kid-friendly and has several activities for all ages.
While you should pack the usual essential items, it would also be recommended to pack the following: Mosquito repellent | Hand sanitizers | Mask | Hiking Boots and equipment | Bathing suits | Towels | Sunscreen | Clothes for warm weather
While there are a lot of interesting things to do in Singapore, like safaris and other sightseeing, the most popular activity is trying their street food in various neighbourhoods.
Singapore is known world-over for its luxury. So mostly, a Singapore holiday does require a high budget as stays, food, and travel can cost quite a lot. This is why most people tend to pick travel packages to Singapore, as they are a one-time cost.
Your per day expenses could average to about 10k per couple including stays and travel, but booking packages usually helps reduce the cost.
Depending on your trip’s duration, you should plan to spend about 10k for 2 people in a day, and bring accordingly.
Singapore is completely safe for all types of travellers, and the place is pretty tourist friendly.
While Singapore is pretty open-minded, here are a list of things not-to-do in Singapore, Do Not Litter Chewing Gum Can Earn You A Penalty Do Now Show The Bottom Of Your Feet Avoid Discussing Extreme Political Or Religious Views In Public Tipping Isn’t Customary Eating And Drinking On Public Transport Can Be Penalised Do Not Connect To Unsecured Network Be Cautious While Gifting - Always give with the right hand. Avoid gifts of materials like leather, pigskin, and handkerchiefs or flowers. While accepting gifts, be sure to refuse the gift at least thrice before accepting it. Do Not Smoke in Public You Can Be Sued For Pointing Your Fingers At Someone Remember To Flush Watching Adult Films Avoid Using Taxis
Undoubtedly, the most famous place in Singapore is the Merlion Park, almost synonymous with the country. Additionally, Marina bay Sands Hotel and The Gardens By The Bay are also fast-growing tourist hotspots.
To get a good taste of everything Singapore has to offer, people should at least spend 3 to 5 days covering the highlights. But if you want to get to know the country better, you should spend at least a week.
Yes! Singapore is an amazing place to have a honeymoon or spend some romantic quality time with your partner! There are several places that can instantly add some love in the air.
Singapore generally remains hot and humid all year round. July-September is the festive season is a great time to explore the many facets of Singapore, especially in July, when the Great Singapore Sale and the Singapore Food Festival take place. Feb-April months are quite pleasant. Plenty of outdoor activities become available then. November-January are the wettest months, when showers can last for long periods of time, while the hottest months are May and June.
Many laws are strictly followed in Singapore like, Chewing Gum is a fineable offence Littering is against the law Indulging in Drugs is against the law Smoking in public is an offence PDA is strictly not allowed Vandalising is a crime Not flushing the toilet is a crime Jaywalking is a punishable offence
Flights are the best way to reach Singapore, and major airports like Bangalore, Delhi, Chennai, Mumbai, and Hyderabad have regular flights to Singapore and take anywhere between 4 to 6 hours depending on your destination in India. Flights to Indonesia also may have layovers in Singapore, and are also good options for travel.
The public transport system in Singapore is excellent, and most people rely on it for their daily commute. You will find it really packed during peak hours during office and school times, and on weekends. Taxis are also available, and are quite cheap. But Singapore is quite walk-able, and you will find several locals getting to places by foot.
Yes you can rent both bikes and cars in Singapore, and many popular vehicle rental brands operate in Singapore.
Singapore has a pretty warm and humid climate throughout, with hot summers and wet winters.
Singapore cuisine is an amalgamation of many cuisines like Chinese, Malay, Indonesian, Indian, and also has some western influences.
Yes there are several delectable vegetarian restaurants in Singapore!
Eating out in Singapore can be quite expensive as Singapore imports most of its food. Real estate is scarce in Singapore, and they have little land for agriculture, and so import 90% of their food.
Electronics / Gadgets and branded bags are two of the best things to buy in Singapore. Besides these, people should also try buying watches, and clothes, which are sold at lower or discount prices.
Yes, Singapore is still very conservative, and the laws are very strict about decorum, morality, and discipline. Though some people might be forward, the law of the land still largely calls for conservative practices.
Most Singaporeans are religious, and Buddhism is the majority religion.
No, alcohol is very much allowed in Singapore, though the laws about its consumption are strict.
The only law regarding alcohol foreigners need to be aware of is that sale of alcohol after 10.30 p.m. and before 07.00 a.m. is prohibited.
Yes, but only in designated public areas.
Singapore has an amazing night life that people must definitely take part in. From glitzy pubs and bars to lively resto-bars, Singapore has the ultimate nightlife for all type of party-goers.
The emergency number for ISingapore is 999, which is the police hotline. People can try 995 in life-threatening medical situations. Non-emergency ambulances can be called using 1777.
Singapore’s healthcare is one of the most advanced, and they provide some of the best healthcare in the world. But their healthcare is also very expensive, but worth it.
The recognised currency is the Singaporean Dollar (S$).