captivating culture, astounding arts, and architecture, and lip-smacking cuisines all in one go, Singapore.
It is a home to alluring contrasts like old monuments and new buildings in the city, serenity of the Botanic Gardens and the hustle of shopping hubs on Orchard Road, Nightlife at the Chinatown Night Market and incitement for kids at the Universal Studios, a paradise for foodies at street stalls and line of restaurants in Little India, and for adventure lovers with activities like jungle trekking, bungee jumping, cycling, etc, and a lot more.
To add to your experience, you can hop on a cruise from Singapore as it is a homeport to various well-known cruise lines like Star Cruises, Royal Caribbean International, Princess Cruises etc. Starting from the Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore, an innovatively designed cruise port, and Cruise Centre Singapore, the journey of most cruise lines comprise of Asian attractions and destinations like Thailand and Malaysia. These huge ships are packed with entertainment; an assortment of activities, live shows and games, leisure spots, and a range of culinary delights.
Shining features of different Cruises:- – Superstar Libra: Stardust theatre, Magic show, Live Cabaret Performance, Kids activity area – Royal Caribbean International’s Mariner of the Seas: Ice-skating shows and Promenade parades, DreamWorks experience (meet and dine with characters from Shrek and Madagascar) – Dream Cruises’ Genting Dream: The Dream Experience production show, Zouk clubs, Waterslide Park, and Ropes Course
Pertaining to the fact that winters are wet in Singapore, it is not recommended to make a visit from November to January. Rest of the year remains pleasant and somewhat consistent weatherwise. Some major festivals like the Singapore Food Festival and the Great Singapore Sale take place in July, which hikes up hotel prices but is a great time to explore Singaporean Culture.
A week-long trip to Singapore can be covered in around 40,000 per person without cruise and over 4-star accommodations. With a cruise, the cost may go up to INR 60000 per person.
Indian passport holders can apply for a Singapore tourist visa that allows a stay for maximum period of 30 days with a validity of 2 years. Similar to other country rules, even for Singapore, you should ensure that your passport is valid for 6 months from the date of entry in Singapore.
One of Asia’s foremost garden destinations, this is a place where wonder blooms. Boasting of garden artistry that exhibits the plant kingdom in a whole new way, it both entertains and educates visitors with plants ranging through thousands of species. Gardens by the Bay comprises three distinctive waterfront gardens Bay South, Bay East and Bay Central, each with its own tranquility. The attractions included are The Flower Dome, Cloud Forest, and waterfalls. The day and night views are charmingly different.
Ever thought of having breakfast with orangutans? Well, this fun-filled experience is the highlight of the Singapore Zoo. Known as Jungle Breakfast with Wildlife, it is a morning buffet arranged in the company of these apes. Other than this, proximate encounters with sloths stuck to the trees, ring-tailed lemurs, red-bummed baboons, Malaysian flying foxes, and spending time with your kids at the Rainforest Kidzworld complete your visit.
This is a 4-hour journey of exploring Chinatown on a trishaw, riverboat, and on foot. The tour departs either from major hotels in Singapore city or Sentosa Island and concludes back at the pick-up point. The time in between includes witnessing the nighttime street theatre, knowing its history, putting your bargaining skills at work while shopping at the vast and wide-ranging Night Market, devouring a Chinese dinner, sauntering in the narrow but beautifully lit up streets, and lastly, enjoying views of Singapore’s skyline as you sail through the Singapore river.
A visit to this museum is a dive into the history, art, and cultures of the Asian subcontinent including China, Southeast Asia, and Islamic West Asia. It is a reserve of pan-Asian treasures and wonders generating artifacts. The galleries here, based on maritime trade, scientific imagination, faith and belief, ancient religions, materials, and designs, etc. are an absolute treat to enthusiasts of history and knowledge. The Tang Shipwreck is the crowning feature.
‘The state of fun’, as it calls itself, Sentosa has an exciting array of water adventures, sports, golden beaches, exploration of life underwater, and other themed attractions. A must-see on Sentosa Island is the Merlion, Singapore’s famous statue that has the head of a lion and the body of a fish. The island is also a proud destination for golf players with two golf courses and hosting some of the most recognized world championships. You’ll find Singapore’s only cable car service here.
Located within the Sentosa Islands, Universal Studios counts as a must visit for tourists. From nerve-racking rides like Transformers – The Ride, Revenge of The Mummy, Amber Rock Climb, Canopy Flyer among others, to ecstatic shows like Lake Hollywood Spectacular, Lights, Camera, Action! (hosted by Steven Spielberg), Shrek 4-D adventure, to the upbeat street entertainment with amazing street dances, parades, and meeting your favorite fictional characters, it is a complete package.
Isn’t it exhilarating to see wild animals roaming freely just a few feet away from you? Well, this 35 acres of dense rainforests which opens its doors only after the dusk falls will take your excitement to another level. If you are a keen observer, you will be able to spot more than 130 species of indigenous and endangered species other than the Malayan tigers and Asian elephants. The world’s first nocturnal wildlife park is definitely a prime attraction worth staying up late.
Fort Canning Park
Little India and Arab Street
Currency: The Singapore Dollar is used.
Weather: is hot and humid all around the year.
Tourists can sign up for free wifi connectivity with their foreign mobile numbers.
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