- 2 nights hotel accommodation
- Transport in air-conditioned vehicles
- Entrance Fees
- English-speaking guide
- Return arrival and departure transfers (conditions apply)
- Meals as indicated (B = breakfast, L = lunch, D = dinner)
Dating back to colonial times, Singapore’s center is built around the Padang, a cricket field since the 1830s and now surrounded by City Hall and other impressive buildings. Singapore is full of striking cultural structures. The National Museum of Singapore contains displays on the city’s neoclassical culture and history. Visit Chinatown and walk through the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, adorned in red and gold, and believed to house one of Buddha’s teeth. Or see the quiet Lian Shan Shuang Lin Buddhist monastery, bright Sri Mariamman Hindu sanctuary and the enormous Sultan Mosque.
ONE OF THE WORLD’S MOST IMPORTANT FINANCIAL CENTERS, THE TROPICAL, MULTICULTURAL, ISLAND CITY-STATE OF SINGAPORE SITS JUST OFF THE COAST OF SOUTHERN MALAYSIA.
Get your shopping fix at the luxury shopping centers of Orchard Road and the in-vogue boutiques of Kampong Glam. Look for souvenirs in Little India and textiles on Arab Street. Get some street food in Tiong Bahru and Maxwell Road. And don’t forget iconic Marina Bay Sands hotel and SkyPark rising 200m over the water with amazing view of the city.
Day 1 Singapore
On arrival in Singapore, transfer to your hotel for check in and enjoy an afternoon at leisure. Stay the next two nights at the Grand Copthorne Waterfront (or similar). (B)
Day 2 Singapore
Spend the morning exploring the bustling metropolis that is Singapore, on a guided city tour. Drive around the Civic District and stop by the Singapore Cricket Club, the Historic Parliament House and the National Gallery before marvelling at the impressive views of Marina Bay at Merlion Park. Continue on with a visit to Thian Hock Keng Temple, one of Singapore’s oldest Buddhist-Taoist temples, before a drive past Chinatown.
Enjoy a leisurely walk through the National Orchid Garden at the UNESCO World Heritage listed Singapore Botanic Gardens, before indulging the senses with a visit to “Little India”. Admire a tea demonstration of Teh Tarik, also known as “pulled tea” before sampling this all-time local favourite beverage. Enjoy the rest of the day at leisure. (B)
Day 3 Singapore
After breakfast, enjoy a morning of free time before transferring to the airport for your onwards journey. (B)
From $465 AUD