Singapore Tour Packages
Singapore Holiday packages
Singapore is one of the shimmering countries in Asia. Located in the South-east Asia, off Southern Malaysia Singapore has emerged as one of the top destinations to visit and to live in Asia. Singapore is a fusion of Asian and European culture and a blend of flavours from Malaysia, Indonesia, China and India, so you will get to see a mix of cultures here. The country state is often called as the ‘City of the future’ and when you look at the development and advances made by this country over the last few years, it’s hard to disagree that it is not. Singapore is known for
its state of the art architecture. Everywhere you go, every place you see is no less than marvelling a masterpiece of concrete and beautiful architecture. Singapore is known for its futuristic lifestyle and places that attracts people to travel from all around the world and attracts the riches to live here. Singapore is one of the richest countries in Asia and as well as in the world and it has a deeply rooted rich lifestyle.
The country’s tourism is mainly dependent on its lavish architecture and places that can hardly be found in any other part of the world. Singapore’s architecture and edifices are many a times awarded for their ecological infrastructure and their harmony with nature.
Whether you look at Singapore’s famous Gardens by the Bay, which is a perfect example of how modernisation, development can go hand in hand with the nature or whether you look at their preservation of the various species of plants and animals by providing them a safe ecological environment. It is so rightly true that this country is called the city of the future.
Singapore is a hub of metropolitan culture and as well their old preserved culture that takes its influence from Chinese as well as the indingenous culture of the people who have together made this country. You will find some of the dazzling places to enjoy the nightlife, some rooftop bars to enjoy the city’s skyline, some bars where you can get your hands on the finest of alcohol, theatres where you can watch operas, plays, musicals and drama, the festivals of the country that people proudly celebrates painting the whole country in joyful colours.There are uber restaurants and hotels which has redefined the experience of luxury and fine dining.There is so much to see in Singapore and the glittering lights brings a light in every eye. Singapore is one of the best places to spend your hard earned money and live life king’s size with all the luxury in your can imagine.
Singapore is known for its glamorous concrete jungle with edificies such as Marina Sands Bay, Gardens by the Bay, Universal Studios, Sentosa Island which are the main attraction for the tourists. On one hand you can enjoy the high end life at Marina Sands Bay with its signature infinity pool at the rooftop and its fireworks on National Day. On the other hand you can go back to being kids with places such as Universal Studios, Gardens by the Bay and Sentosa which are meant for people from all age groups. At the end of your trip, you can go on a shopping spree to the big malls of Singapore featuring international brands and fashion boutique. Singapore market are one of the most exotic ones in the world and they offer a different shopping experience altogether.
At the end of it, Singapore promises an overall experience right from its culture mix, food spree, shopping, travelling around, glamour and fun things to do around. To get your Singapore tour package curated, Shoesonloose offers the overall experience without any hassles for you to have the perfect vacation in the Lion City.
PLACES TO VISIT IN SINGAPORE
|Singapore Packages||Price Details||Duration||Inclusions|
|Stunning Singapore||Rs 32,000/-||4 Night / 5 Days||Airport transfers, breakfast, Sentosa tour, Night Safari, City tour of Singapore, Universal studio tour and much more||VIEW DETAILS|
|Mesmerizing Singapore||Rs 39,000/-||5 Night / 6 Days||Airport transfers, breakfast, Sentosa tour, Universal studio tour, visit to Marina Bay Sands and much more||VIEW DETAILS|
|Ultimate Singapore||Rs 49,500/-||5 Night / 6 Days||Airport transfers, breakfast, Sentosa tour, Universal studio tour, visit to Marina Bay Sands and much more||VIEW DETAILS|
|Travel Hopping in Singapore||Rs 65,500/-||4 Night / 5 Days||Airport transfers, breakfast, unlimited 5 days Hopper pass (includes Marina sightseeing, sentosa shuttle, night city ride, Universal studio tour) and much more||VIEW DETAILS|
1. Gardens By The Bay
Gardens by the Bay is one of the best examples of 21st century architecture. The Gardens is a great attempt to mingle the development and nature. With a view to preserve the unique biodiversity, species of rare flora, history of the country and nature, the gardens have been built in several structures inside the premises that offer an insight into nature’s world. Gardens by the Bay is an amalgamation of 12 different gardens. The different gardens are named - Flower Dome, Supertree Grove, Bay East Garden,OCBC Skyway, Cloud Forest, Bay South Garden, Dragonfly and Kingfisher Lake, Children’s Garden, Heritage gardens, World of plants, Canyon and Sun Pavillion. The gardens are encompassed over an area of 101 hectares, forming a huge space for leisure and learning, displaying history, evolution, plant and animal life, biodiversity and culture.
2. Sentosa Island
Offshore to the city’s bustle, Sentosa Island is nothing less than a step into paradise. The best part is it is a paradise for both adults and kids and there is no better place like this where people from all ages can enjoy and can have a good time. Sentosa is super-fun, and extremely cheerful, a place for adventure-seekers and thrills. Sheltered beaches, prominent golf courses, the Sentosa Merlion, the Fort Siloso and cable car rides, are some of the many tourist attractions in Sentosa.There are Universal studios located at the island, taking you back to childhood, Sea aquarium located inside the sea, Resort World Sentosa Casino where you can try your hand at gambling, Adventure cove waterpark, Sentosa Nature discovery and Singapore from Tiger Sky.
3. Singapore Flyer
Singapore Flyer is Asia’s largest observation wheel, located at a height of 165m. It offers an amazing view of not only the Singapore skyline but also the Islands of Indonesia and Malaysia appearing like little drops. The ride that offers the bird’s eye view of the city lasts for approximately 30 minutes and provides you a view of the city’s skyline of some of the famous places of Singapore.
4. Botanical Gardens
Botanical Gardens is a listed UNESCO World Heritage site in Singapore, being its first and only UNESCO site in the country. Situated in the heart of modernity of Singapore, the Gardens brings nature’s treasures to life. The National Orchid Garden is one of the top attractions of the Botanical Gardens and it showcases more than 1,000 species and 2,000 hybrids of orchids. Other popular gardens in the vicinity are Jacob Ballas’ Children's Garden, Ginger Garden, and Rain Forest. The entry is free, but there is a small fee to visit the orchid garden.
5. Clarke Quay
Clarke Quay is without a doubt Singapore’s top nightspot, the place is full of with uber restaurants and bars is a gastronomic feast. There’s a whole history behind the transformation from 1819 to what it stands today as a place of vibrant nightlife. As of today, this place has become a huge attraction and hub for shopping, dining, nightlife, party and a view of the glittering river and the thousands of lights of the city.
6. Singapore zoo
Singapore Zoo is set up in a tropical rainforest environment. The “open concept” of Singapore Zoo offers visitors the opportunity to experience the activities of the animals living in their natural habitat which is set up in an artificially created ecology. The Zoo is home to more than 2,400 specimens of over 300 species of flora and fauna and nature lovers can observe them from elevated platforms and through underwater viewing areas, and even glass observatories.
Chintatown has its influence from the Chinese culture dating back to the time when Singapore was a Chinese colony. The place is bustling with excitement and people strolling in the narrow lanes of the city looking for some Chinese influence. Adorned with the Chinese lamps and stalls with the aroma of delicious food. Chinese street food and souvenir shops are huge attractions for the people. The place is known for its authentic street food, red lanterns hanging over the streets, and colorful boutique shops. Chinatown has a traditional vibe yet it has all the modern amenities, like free WiFi for everyone.
THINGS TO DO
1. Enjoy the nightlife
The Lion City, as much as it is known for its luxurious lifestyle, opulent culture, and magnificent edifices, Singapore can easily be coined as one of the best destinations in Asia for the party lovers. It is filled with a number of streets with nightclubs, the heart rocking music played by the international DJ’s. Not just that, most of the clubs in the city are open till morning without any restrictions on music and closing time whatsoever. Best places to visit at night- Zouk, Attica nightlife, Canvas, Altimate, Refuge, Kilo Lounge etc.
2. Attend the festivals of Singapore
Singapore is known for its number of festivals that people celebrate in full bloom. Not only for its cultural festivals but Singapore also hosts a number of music festivals and events that are worth attending. Some of the famous festivals to see in Singapore are Ultra festival, Singapore International Art Festival, Dragon Boat Festival, National Day, Diwali Festival, The Lantern Festival, Hari Raya Festival etc.
3. Enjoy the shopping spree
Counted amongst the best shopping destinations around the world, Singapore is known for its lifestyle featuring some of the best and exclusive shopping stores. Country’s malls are generally featured among the biggest and best shopping haven in the world. Singapore makes sure that people get more than just a bag filling experience as they go to these places and which is why you will get more than stores whenever you visit a shopping place.
Some of the places to visit in Singapore for shopping are Clarke Quay Central, Orchard Central, Plaza Singapuria, ION Orchard, Tanglin Shopping Centre among others.
4. Stay at Marina Sands Bay and enjoy the world’s highest Infinity Pool
Marina Sands Bay is one of the best jewels of Singapore. The opulent hotel is named amongst some of the most famous hotels in the world. Sands Skypark has an observational deck above the 57 stories hotel with world’s largest rooftop Infinity Pool offering a panoramic view of the city’s skyline and multiple restaurants and bars.
5. Explore Changi Airport
Who could have thought airport could be a place of leisure? Not unless you are in Singapore. Changi Airport has been ranked as the world’s best airport many times. In 2019 it was named world’s best airport by Skytrax for the 7th consecutive year, the first airport to have ever done that. It is located across a vast expanse and it has a ton of activities to enjoy and various shops to visit. There is a whole new world located inside the Changi Airport. You can see here the world’s largest indoor waterfall, Shiseido Forest valley, Canopy Park, shopping centre and duty free alcohol. You can also go for some short tours to see around the city with their customized city tours.
BEST PLACES TO EAT IN SINGAPORE
Iggy is known as Singapore’s best restaurant and has also earned its place among the Michelin star restaurants in the world. The food it serves reflects the skill of connoisseur chefs Iggy possesses, who can bring magic to your meals/plate.
2. Les Amis
French cuisine in an elegant and sophisticated setting, Les Amis is a benchmark for fine dining restaurants in Singapore. Whole Poached Hungarian Goose Foie Gras, almond dragees, homemade pasta with crispy Japanese shrimps and crispy apple bread are some of the delicacies you must certainly try out.
3. Cut by Wolfgang Puck
Wolfgang Puck, one of the world’s most illustrious chefs in collaboration with other celebrity chefs ventures into Asia with his the CUT which is considered to be one of the best steakhouses. The restaurant is known for serving the finest dishes of beef complemented by a long award-winning wine list.
If Japanese cuisine is something that leaves your taste buds alluring, then Aoki restaurant is the right stop for you. The restaurant has a warm and cosy ambience where you can expect to have a glimpse of authentic Japanese culture.
Candlenut is one ace restaurant which is known for serving fine Peranakan Cuisine. Peranakan cuisine is an excellent blend of the Chinese ingredients with the condiments and cooking techniques of Indonesian community.
The local bus network of Singapore is pretty developed. Bus is one of the cheapest modes of transport to commute around in Singapore. The bus stations are located all around the country at a close distance making the commute is easier for the people. The bus system works on the unique bus number and route number for each destination. You can download apps to find out what bus you are required to take to your destination and how much it is gonna cost you. You can pay your bus fare using an EZ-Link stored-value card or the Singapore Tourist Pass (STP) or by Mastercard, making the payment super fast and easy. Buses in Singapore are air conditioned and you can also find some double decker buses moving around the city.
2. MRT (Metro Rapid Transit)
MRT or Metro is second in line in terms of convenient and affordable local transport in Singapore. The system operates from 5.30am to midnight with around 90 stations connecting the city centre and suburbs. It consists of five colour-coded lines: North–South (red), North–East (purple), East–West (green), Circle Line (orange) and Downtown (blue). A sixth line, the Thomson–East Coast Line (brown). You can get a card to commute around MRT and can get it recharged at various ticket vending machine. MRT provides for EZ link cards and also Singapore Tourist pass for tourists for an easy commute around the city.
If you are looking for personal and more comfortable transport in Singapore, you can hire a taxi. The base fare is between $2.80 and $3.20, with an additional $0.20 for every 385 metres thereafter. The fares may rise at peak hours, night hours and during the festive season.