An island country renowned for its multicultural diversity, with major influences from the west and flocks of settlement from the east, Singapore is a perfect place where east meets west. With Pickyourtrail’s Singapore tour packages, take a tour of the man-made paradise of the Gardens by the bay or take a picnic with your family to Universal Studios Singapore and relive your childhood by hopping on the themed rides. Embark on an unforgettable journey into the world's first nocturnal zoo of Night Safari on your Singapore packages. Want more of the wildlife? Take a trip to the Singapore Zoo, River Safari, Jurong Bird Park, and Underwater World on your Singapore tour. Breakaway from Singapore for a while and explore Sentosa Island to the fullest. Make sure you include the awesome Flyer on your Singapore trip package, to enjoy the unparalleled views from the top as you go round and round in the Singapore Flyer. Unwind by the East Coast Park and shop for the souvenirs from one of the many shopping centres. More of a shopping person? Singapore has a sea of shopping malls where you can browse for hours on your Singapore trip. After all the shopping, settle down for delicious Singaporean food which will surprise you with hints of Asian and Western cuisines. Overall you can be assured of a lot of activities on your Singapore holiday packages.
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Things to do on your Singapore Trip
1. Private Lunch with Parrots at Jurong Bird Park - Asia’s largest bird park with over 3500 birds across 40 species, explore on your Singapore packages this bird park is famous for its large walk-in aviaries such as Lory Loft, Jungle Jewels, and Waterfall Aviary. The Jurong Bird Park Singapore witness about 850,000 visitors every year. The Jurong bird park ticket price is $25 for an adult and $16 for a child. Enjoy a private lunch with parrots on your visit and add a unique touch to your Singapore trip.
2. Go on an exciting Night Safari - World’s first-ever nocturnal wildlife park, with over 1.3 million tourists every year, this night safari is one of the highly visited attractions on a Singapore trip. The Park is home to over 900 animals from nearly 100 species and works on the mission to promote biodiversity and focuses on captive breeding of threatened species.
3. Experience an amazing River Safari - Asia’s first and only river-themed wildlife park home to over 7500 aquatic animals and 400 plant species, the park aims at inspiring visitors to protect fragile freshwater ecosystems and save aquatic life. Discover on your Singapore tour package this wildlife park that houses species such as the giant panda, manatee and Mekong giant catfish. These magnificent animals are housed in themed exhibits that mirror iconic rivers of the world from the Mississippi to the Amazon.
4. Explore gigantic Singapore’s Zoo - Experience the wonders of nature at this world-famous zoo renowned internationally for its conservation initiatives and breeding programs. The zoo finds 1.9 million visitors annually and offers the opportunity to experience and be inspired by the wildlife of nature.
5. Feel the adrenaline at iFly Singapore - The world’s largest wind tunnel for indoor skydiving, i-Fly Singapore is for everyone who dreams of soaring like a superhero.
6. Go for an adventurous zipline - Experience Southeast Asia’s steepest zip wire that nimbly races you through Sentosa’s lush jungles and white beaches from 450 meters in the air on your Singapore trip and brave new heights at Mega Adventure Park Singapore.
7. Take an exhilarating cablecar ride - Enjoy panoramic views of lush green rainforests, observe the rich flora and fauna from the sky and also journey across 20 beautiful attractions in Sentosa in a cableway using the Faber Peak line or Sentosa line at Singapore Cable Car Network.
8. Surf the wave indoors - With a special wave machine that pumps a thin sheet of water over a trampoline-like surface, recreating endlessly breaking waves, enjoy a fun Indoor Surfing or flow boarding experience at Wave House Sentosa on your Singapore holiday Packages.
9. Take the stimulating Reverse Bungy - At Clarke Quay, enjoy the fun and fast G-Max Reverse Bungy that straps you into the capsule while on the ground and then catapults you 60 meters into the air at the press of a button. You can enjoy speeds reaching up to 200kmph and 5G of force here on your Singapore trip package. Get your adrenaline high with this ride which is smacking hit.
10. Ride the roller coasters at Universal Studios Singapore - With 7 themed zones - Madagascar, Far Far Away, The Lost World, Hollywood, Sci-fi city, Ancient Egypt and NewYork to give you unlimited fun, make the most of this place on your Singapore packages with its dueling coasters and near-miss collisions and find your adrenaline reach soaring heights.
Places to visit on your Singapore trip
1. Explore the supertree grove at Gardens by the Bay - It is a highly colorful, futuristic park where mother nature seamlessly mixes with the metropolis. Take a walk through a 419-foot aerial walkway called the OCBC Skyway, supported by Supertree groves that gives a fantabulous view of the surrounding gardens and Marina Bay on your Singapore tour packages. To understand the sheer size of gardens, the view from Marina Bay Sands is where you must head to.
2. Experience lush green at Singapore Botanic Gardens - Singapore's first UNESCO heritage sites, this 60-acre property has been converted into a recreation property. Take a walk through the peace and tranquil, and lush greenery of the gardens on your Singapore tour package and choose your spot to relax, laze around and completely unwind.
3. Take in the ostentatious beauty of Orchids - Derive the pleasure of flora on your Singapore tour package from India at the National Orchid Garden Singapore that boasts the world’s largest display of plants and orchids. With over 1000 species and 2000 hybrids on display, the beauty of these gorgeous blooms at this really famous Singaporean garden remains unmatched.
4. Explore the stunning Cloud Forest Singapore- A large climate-controlled glass dome that is stunning inside out, has spiralling walkways, and houses one of the world’s tallest indoor waterfalls is Cloud Forest, Singapore’s one of the most impressive attractions. Entering the Cloud Forest seems like entering a mysterious world veiled in mist.
5. Visit the Thian Hock Keng Temple - It is the oldest Chinese temple in Singapore, dedicated to Mazu, the Goddess of the Sea and hence a must visit on your Singapore trip. This shrine is one the oldest and the most prominent shrines of the Hokkien community. Seafarers and immigrants of the Hokkien community gave thanks to the Goddess Mazu for a safe sea passage on their arrival to Singapore.
6. Unravel the sacred tooth relic of Buddha - Buddha Tooth Relic Temple is a temple with richly designed interiors and comprehensive exhibits on Buddhist art and history. This temple also holds high prominence because it is home to one of Buddha's left canine tooth which has been recovered from his funeral pyre and now displayed on the temple’s grounds.
7. Explore Singapore's first ever Hindu temple - Sri Mariamman Temple is a prominent place of worship for the Tamil Hindus in the country. The temple was built to honour Goddess Mariamman, a deity of disease and protection. The temple served as a center for the registry of Hindu marriages during the colonial era and now stands as a proud representation of rich Hindu culture in Singapore. Since 1973, the temple has also been recognised as a national monument.
8. Unravel the beauty of Sultan mosque - This mosque is one of Singapore’s most impressive places of worship. The story behind the building of the mosque’s dome’s base touches the heart. The dome’s base is decorated with glass bottle ends, which were donated by the poor Muslims during its construction, so that all Muslims, not just the rich, could contribute.So, include visiting this beauty on your Singapore packages.
Singapore Visa for Indians
Below is the list of documents required for obtaining a Singapore visa for Indians. The visa processing takes about 3 - 4 working days.
1) Application form to be filled by each person
2) Authority Letter from each Applicant
3) 3 passport size photos each as per specification (Three recent passport size colored photographs with the semi-matt or matt finish, 70%-80% face coverage, white background and without border & spectacles (Size: 35mm x 45mm).
4) Covering letter ( to be typed out fully and physically signed in the last), (do mention the dates of travel along with Total Number of Travel Days) (main sponsor)
5) Occupation proof ( main sponsor)
6) NOC from the company on its letterhead
7) 3 months pay slip
8) Company’s Id card (Photo Copy)
9) 3 months bank statement(main sponsor) and it should be sealed and Signed by the Bank.
10) Original passports and also your old passport (If you will have any)
Singapore has some of the best clubs to spend the night dancing to the best tunes until dawn and gulping down the finest alcohol. Zouk Nightclub, Attica Nightclub, Canvas, Altimate, Bang Bang, Kilo Lounge, Cherry Discotheque are some of the best nightclubs in Singapore. Want to go club-hopping? Here are some of best nightclubs in Singapore to explore on your Singapore trip.
1. Clarke Quay and Riverside - Singapore’s most famous party hub, Clarke Quay is a labyrinth of bars, pubs, clubs, restaurants, retail stores and recreation outlets with buzzing nightclubs, dazzling lights, and party freaks. Singapore Riverside is also another happening arena to visit on your Singapore tour packages for a kaleidoscope of mind-blogging concept bars and pubs and dance the night away.
2. Marina Bay Sands - With plenty of rooftop bars dotted around the bay, offering superb views of the city, and refreshing breezes, enjoy your drinks and party all night. Also, witness the famed light show by the Marina bay that attracts a plethora of visitors.
3. Zouk - One of the best clubbing places in Singapore, also compared to some of the best clubs in Europe, is built with high levels of sophistication and mainly plays house music to young crowds. Zouk’s music is spun by 7 resident DJs and finds regular live acts from visiting artists, right from The Chemical brothers to Kylie Minogue.
4. Orchard’s Road - You will find pulsating nightlife at this famous shopping belt of Singapore. Emerald Hill, a tucked-away strip flanked by elegant row houses, is the place to go for atmospheric pubs and bars to taste strong tasty cocktails. Orchard Towers, the red-light zone has 4 floors of girlie bars and clubs with live music and dance shows.
Shopping in Singapore
From shopping the top-end luxury brands to cheap shopping in Singapore, you can find the numerous shopping places in Singapore to go on an endless shopping spree. Be it best brands shopping at Orchard Road Singapore, finding designer products at low prices at Mustafa center Singapore, or cheap shopping in Singapore at Chinatown, indulge in your kind of shopping in Singapore. On your Singapore packages, shop till you drop on these streets!
1. Bugis Street - One of the biggest, cheapest and hottest places to shop in Singapore, shop anything from souvenirs, accessories, clothes, cosmetics to electronics and houseware. Find keychains, postcards and stationery for as little as S$1. Enjoy a good experience with over 800 shops of all haps and sizes to buy from and enjoy a bargain.
2. Mustafa Center - For designer products at low prices, and for a 24-hour market style shopping experience, find everything from textiles, watches, and electronics on sale. Also, this place is famous for its jewelry section where gold can be picked up inexpensively. There is an eclectic ethnic touch to the products from here, be it bags or costume jewelry making it one of the best places for brilliant buys.
3. Orchard’s Road - Named after nutmeg and pepper plantations that lined this boulevard once, Orchard’s Road is the epicenter of shopping in Singapore that is flanked on both sides by local and international department stores, boutiques, salons, spas, restaurants, and cafes. The boulevard finds shops that sell everything from consumer electronics to international fashion labels.
4. Chinatown - One of the best budget shopping places in Singapore, to buy spices, satin Chinese style robes, souvenirs, and clothes at throwaway prices. Chinatown is the place to go to for low-cost shopping budgets on your Singapore tour package. Bargain till your heart’s content here and buy your favorite products.
5. Vivo city - One of the largest shopping malls in Singapore renowned for an ultimate luxury shopping experience, coupled with unlimited entertainment, this mall is every shopper’s paradise. You can buy stylish clothes, elegant homewares, and accessories of all kinds at this shopping hub.
Singapore being a multi-cultural city high on tradition has varied cuisines. Indian, Malaysian, Chinese and Indonesian food culture is most predominant in Singapore. Here are some must try Singapore dishes on your Singapore trip. Feast your taste buds with the taste of Singaporean cuisine.
1. Hokkien Mee - Egg and rice noodles simmering in a fragrant stock of fresh shrimps, dried prawns, squid, pork or chicken and then garnished with fish cake, deep-fried shallots, spring onions and fresh lime is Hokkien Mee. The mixture is then fried till damp and the cooked noodles are served with sliced rice chilli and trusty sambal.
2. Laksa - Essentially a spicy noodle soup, which translates to 'spicy sand' in Chinese, Laska is either made of rice noodles or rice vermicelli with a healthy serving of chicken, prawn or fish – the base flavour of which generally here is spice. Laska can be tweaked to different flavours based on your likes - curry laksa - a coconut milk curry soup with noodles or asam laksa - based on tamarind.
3. Char kway teow - Flat rice noodles stir-fried over intense heat with light and dark soy sauce, chilli and a little bit of shrimp paste and combined with prawns, bean sprouts, chopped chives, egg, slices of fishcake and sausage is Char Kway Teow.
4. Nasi Lemak - Nasi Lemak is a dish with main integredient being fluffy rice. The rice becomes fluffy due to coconut-milk being immersed in the rice while being cooked with a hint of ginger and lemongrass. It is then had with stir-fried sambal, a hot sauce made of chili peppers, ginger, garlic, shallots, shrimp paste and fish sauce.
Best time to visit Singapore
Singapore tourism will make you experience a tropical rainforest climate with consistent rainfall throughout the year. The peak season to visit the lion city with a Singapore tour package is from June to August when it is the driest, making it the best time to go to Singapore. It is during this time, the city buzzes with tourists and the hotel prices are up as well. Singapore receives most of its rain between November and January. If you want to skip the crowd and get make the best of the lower prices, then try booking a Singapore trip between February and April, the best season to visit Singapore.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Singapore Packages
What to pack for a holiday to Singapore?
For a Singapore holiday, you would need to pack light summer clothes, sunglasses, swimwear, chic evening wear, and comfortable shoes. If you travel during the monsoon season, make sure to pack a rain jacket as well.
What is the easiest way to travel around Singapore?
The best way to travel around Singapore is by using its Mass Rapid Transit (subway system). You can travel around in cabs or by buses. Or, you can opt for private transfer within the city. With Pickyourtrail, you have the ability to choose and pre-book your internal private transfers.
Does Singapore offer a visa on arrival for Indians?
No, Singapore does not offer a visa on arrival for Indian citizens. You need a tourist visa to visit the country. This can be obtained easily in the form of an electronic visa given that you have all the required documents.
What is the ideal number of days to spend in Singapore for a holiday?
Singapore offers a wide range of experiences for tourists and since it is quite a small country, you can experience the best of Singapore on a 4-5 day trip. Whether it is a fun family vacation or a romantic trip with your loved one, book them with Pickyourtrail’s Singapore tour packages.
What is the common language spoken in Singapore?
Singapore is a multicultural country where the official languages are English, Malay, Chinese, and Tamil. You can get around Singapore very easily by speaking English during your Singapore trip.
What is the currency used in Singapore?
The official currency of Singapore is the Singaporean dollar. You can exchange your currency at your local city before departing to Singapore or you can also get your money exchanged in Changi International Airport after you land. More detailed Forex information for your Singapore holiday will be available for you at the Pickyourtrail app.
What are the food options available in Singapore?
Singapore is a country known for its wide variety of delicious cuisines. You have options like Chinese food, European restaurants, Indian food, and much more on your Singapore holiday. Vegetarian and vegan options are also widely available.
How much does it cost for a trip to Singapore?
The total cost of a trip to Singapore can be anywhere from INR 40,000 - INR 70,000 per person depending on the time of booking and the number of days you plan to spend.
What is the best time to visit Singapore?
Singapore can be visited throughout the year since it’s mostly sunny the entire time. However, the best time of the year is between the months of February and April when there is a little less rain.
What is the best way to travel to Singapore?
You can travel to Singapore by air. It is advisable to book flights for your Singapore trip at least 3-4 months in advance to get the best rates.
What are the best places to visit in Singapore?
Singapore offers a plethora of attractions for tourists. Some of the best places to visit in Singapore are the Marina Bay Sands, Gardens by the Bay, Sentosa Island, Singapore Botanic Gardens, National Orchid Garden, Cloud Forest, Little India, and Chinatown.
Which are the best beaches to visit in Singapore?
Iconic attractions are not the only things that await you on your Singapore vacation--the country is also home to some incredible beaches. From party beaches to serene shores, some of the best beaches in Singapore are the Palawan Beach, Siloso Beach, Tanjong Beach, Changi Beach, Lazarus Beach, and Punggol Beach.
What are the best adventure activities to experience in Singapore?
Some of the best adventure activities to try out on your Singapore holiday are Reverse bungy jumping at Clarke Quay, indoor Skydiving at iFly Singapore, Kayaking at Mandai Mangrove Forest, scuba diving at Kusu Island, and zip lining at Sentosa Island.
What are the best places to shop in Singapore?
You can experience both lavish and budget shopping experiences in Singapore. Some of the high-end shopping places include the Orchard Road, VivoCity, Marina Bay Sands complex, Haji Lane, and Clarke Quay. Some of the budget shopping places are Bugis Street Market, Little India, and Chinatown.
Is Singapore a safe country to visit?
Yes, in general, Singapore is a very safe place to travel to. The country is regarded as one of the safest places to visit in Southeast Asia. However, it is always advisable to keep your valuables safe during all your trips.
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