Singapore. The little Red Dot of a country. A small, densely populated nation. A land of contrasts. Singapore can be described as many things, but everyone agrees that it is a tourism paradise. From the spectacular Night Safari to the wonders of Sentosa Island, Singapore has something for every age and budget.
Founded as a British trading colony in 1819, since independence, Singapore has become one of the world’s most prosperous countries and boasts of the world’s busiest port. Singapore combines modern architecture and all the comforts of a first world infrastructure with the old world charms of its Malay and Chinese heritage. Singapore boasts of one of the world’s most cosmopolitan populations, with people from across the world having settled there. A trip to Singapore allows you to experience the best of China, Malaysia, India and other places in terms of cuisines, cultural landmarks and the way of life. From small local cafes to the more internationally renowned restaurants and bars, there is something for everyone.
Take a walk along crowded Clark Quay and watch the city come alive by night. Take a stroll down Chinatown or Little India and explore the cultural nuances accommodated within. Marvel at the amazing architecture of the Marina Bay Sands Hotel and Casino. If nothing else, explore the many gardens and parks across the city, or find a nice shady spot near the river and relax with a book. Welcome to Singapore. It is yours to explore and experience.
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Arrive at Changi International Airport and get your first glimpse of the ultra modern architecture, which has come to define Singapore. Upon completing immigration and disembarkation formalities, our representative will meet you and transfer you to your hotel and help you with the check-in formalities. Post that, you have the rest of the day and the afternoon to relax. On your first day in Singapore, try and take in some of the local flavor. Get onboard the excellent Metro system and travel to China Town in order to experience some of the local Chinese cuisines and soak in the ambience at some of the quaint roadside cafes. In the evening, get set to go on an adventure with the Singapore Night Safari. The Night Safari is listed as one of the ‘Must-do’ things on a visit to Singapore. Opened in 1994, it was the first safari dedicated exclusively to nocturnal animals. The Safari allows you to experience different zones including the Himalayan Foothills and the Asian Riverine Forests. The habitats are authentically recreated so that the animals feel at home. Explore the zones on a tram ride while the guide spins an informative trail. Post that, explore the park and get up close and personal with some of the residents by taking a walk down some of the walking trails in the park. Overnight stay in Singapore.
On Day 2, after breakfast, set off on the city tour. This driving tour gives you a chance to explore some of the iconic sights around Singapore, including the Civic District, the Parliament House, Supreme Court and City Hall. These buildings retain some evidence of Singapore’s colonial past as a British trading port. Our next stop is at the Merlion Park. Famed for its gorgeous views of Marina Bay, the Merlion park is also known for the Merlion Statue: half lion, half fish, the statue is one of the images most associated with Singapore and consequently one of the most photographed destinations in the World. Our tour then takes you to the Thian Hock Kieng Temple, one of Singapore’s oldest Buddhist-Taoist temples, before taking you to Chinatown where you get to watch traditional craftsman working upon their art. The final stop on the tour is Little India, the Indian quarter of Singapore. Post Little India, get transferred to Sentosa Island by Cable Car. Sentosa Island, once a former Military fort, has now been developed into a world famous tourist attraction. It boasts of the Resorts World complex, consisting of a Universal Studios themepark, Singapore’s first casino, shopping Malls and Hotels. Get your adrenaline pumping with a ride on the Battlestar Galactica, the world’s tallest dueling rollercoaster, understand the history of Singapore through cultural exhibits and be a part of ‘The Song of the sea’, a multimedia extravaganza with a live cast, water jets, lasers and pyrotechnics. Head back to your hotel on the mainland and relax, or take a walk down Clark Quay and grab a drink at one of the waterfront cafes. Overnight stay in Singapore.
After breakfast, the day is yours to explore the city at leisure. Rent a bicycle and cycle around the beautiful East Coast park while enjoying the fresh ocean breeze, or relax on the beach at East Coast Park. Families with children can explore the Botanical Gardens, the Jurong Bird Safari and the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve. For a trip back to the Singapore of yesteryears, head to Palau Ulbin, an island off the Changi Village, near the airport. For the die-hard shoppers, Orchard Road boasts of the heaviest shopping mall concentration in Singapore, where you can purchase locally made kitsch and accessories or shop at the stores of high-end fashion brands from across the world. Towards evening, head to Clark Quay and try out some of the attractions along the waterfront. Cap off the evening with a meal at one of the many bars and restaurants along Clark Quay and return to your hotel to relax. Overnight stay in Singapore.
After breakfast, sneak in some last minute shopping or grab a quick bite from a local food vendor before heading to the airport to board your flight onward to your next destination.