A Singapore tour package is all the chaos, colour and flavour of South East Asia, paired with the sleek, stylish modernity of London or New York. A hotbed of different cultures, languages, backgrounds and the famed nightlife of Marina Bay, Singapore is fast becoming Asia’s must-visit destination and boasts everything you could want in a city, but with a distinctly Asian twist. From the historical allure of Thian Hock Keng Temple, the oldest temple in Singapore, to the modern metropolis of shopping options, you’ll find everything your heart desires here, be it haute-couture, your favourite high street brands, or authentic Asian textiles and fabrics. We know one thing, a Singapore trip will ensure everyone's tastes are met, and everyone’s interests are catered for.
Singapore sets itself apart from the rest with a totally unique approach to nature. A sightseeing tour will get you face to face with its ‘green skyscrapers’. The city’s eco-friendly policies are reflected in its uniquely futuristic architecture, which could easily be mistaken for greenhouses rather than offices. Get up close and personal with wildlife with an unusual glimpse into the nocturnal animal kingdom on a Singapore Night Safari, or visit the UNESCO World Heritage site The Botanical Gardens, with the famous Supertree structures offering an impressive skywalk over the gorgeous gardens.
The one thing Singaporeans have got down to a T? The cuisine. Your nose will likely scope out the nearest food market before you do, and as soon as your eyes hit the Asian-infused delicacies, you’ll delve right in. From cheap eats such as world-renowned Singapore noodles and laksa, to the wanton mee sold by food vendors in Chinatown, those no shortage of foodie adventures to be had here. At every turn you’ll be all but bombarded with the tastiest treats, sweetest coffee and flamboyant displays of public cooking that give food porn a whole new meaning.
Singapore is where you go if you simply can’t decide which Asian country to go to, so you fancy a little taste of them all. No matter what your interests are, you’ll likely find a whole community of co-enthusiasts and like-minded people to make friends with. A Singapore trip will show you a different side to Asia, and to city life itself.
Language: Mandarin, English, Tamil, Malay
Currency: Singapore Dollar
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Have you ever heard of such a thing as a nocturnal zoo? Damn right you haven’t, because Singapore is home to the world’s first. Home to over 2,500 animals and over 130 species, the zoo is made up of a whopping 35 hectares of forest and dedicates itself to preserving biodiversity and protecting species under threat of extinction. What could possibly be more exciting than a night zoo? Probably a night safari, where you’ll unearth the vibrant creatures of the night in their natural habitats and learn more about the wildlife that thrives in the darkness. You’ll never think about wildlife in the same way again.
The Gardens by the Bay is probably Singapore’s most well-known attraction and for good reason - it’s simply breathtaking. These glorious award-winning gardens contain over 1 million plants and act as a shining example of Singapore’s commitment to sustaining and championing its biodiversity. Its main attraction is the Supertree Grove, which features three super tree structures of up to 50 metres tall and covered with over 200 species of flora and fauna. Not impressed yet? You will be as you wander over the skywalk, getting a closer view of the stunning Supertrees and an overview of the vast site. If this place doesn't have you head over heels for nature, nowhere will.
Singaporeans take their food pretty darn seriously, which is evident when it comes to the impressive roster of hawker centres dotted around the city. What on earth is a hawker centre, you ask? Basically the Asian answer to a food court, hawker centres are just about as authentic as it gets when it comes to street food - and no one kills the game quite like the hawker street vendors of Chinatown. With succulent chicken satay skewers to your left, fresh coconut water to your right and aromas that will get you salivating, you’ll sample (and by sample, we mean gorge) on the very best of Singapore’s culinary delights.
Festivals in Singapore are all about fortifying food, international music and keeping those good times rolling. In this fun-loving city, putting on a show isn’t just a skill, it’s part of the culture. Prepare to be taken on a journey for the senses at these 5 truly unmissable events:
This museum is dedicated to the history, culture and journey of Indian Singaporeans and other Indian communities in South East Asia. It houses 5 permanent galleries and acts as a gateway to Little India, the Indian answer to Chinatown. Even the architecture was inspired by a baoli, or Indian stepwell.