Singapore is a perfect introduction to the Far East. This dynamic destination is a rich blend of Chinese, Indian, Malay and Western cultures, where English is widely spoken and the streets are safe and clean.
As a short stopover or for longer holidays, vibrant Singapore has a huge amount to offer and a wealth of things to do. Stunning modern architecture finds its place alongside historic buildings and lush green parks. Tropical flowers and stalls overflowing with exotic fruit and vegetables offer a heady mix of colours and scents that captivates the senses. Pick up handmade souvenirs and tuck into Hainese chicken rice at a bustling hawker market. Shop at luxury malls, experience theme park thrills, or explore stunning urban gardens. As the sun sets, take in the dazzling lights and sound-symphony of the OCBC Garden Rhapsody. Dine on exquisite fresh seafood then gaze at the twinkling lights of the city over cocktails at an elegant rooftop bar.
See the highlights of Singapore aboard an open-top double-decker bus with this 24 hour ticket. See all the essential sights as you hop on and hop off 22 conveniently located stops around the city. Discover Singapore’s rich ethnic, cultural and historic heritage along the streets of Chinatown, Kampong Glam and Little India. Serene gardens contrast with sleek skyscrapers and modern shopping malls such as Suntec City. See the impressive bronze statue of Singapore’s founder, Sir Stamford Raffles, outside Victoria Theatre.
Enhance Singapore holidays with an afternoon trip to the relaxing resort of Sentosa Island. Marvel at breathtaking vistas during a cable car ride from Mt Faber. You’ll be amazed by the playful antics of pink dolphins at the Dolphin Lagoon, before getting an up-close view of over 2,500 marine creatures at Sentosa’s Underwater World. Discover the city’s rich heritage at Images of Singapore, before taking a seat for the world-class musical water show Songs of the Sea.
Discover the gripping and moving story of the brave men and women who fought and were interned during the Japanese Occupation in World War II. Now an idyllic seaside retreat, Changi was once witness to countless atrocities committed in several prisoner-of-war camps. The Changi WWII trail commemorates the bravery of those who fought and were interned. Hear their story and join the guides who are experts in Singapore’s history. Highlights of this tour include The Changi Museum and Changi Beach.
Experience dazzling Singapore by night and a trip to the world-famous Raffles Hotel on this evening tour. You’ll begin by dining riverside, affording fabulous views of the illuminated Singapore skyline reflected in the water. Your tour also takes you past the world’s largest fountain, before stopping at Bugis Street for some bargain hunting at the atmospheric Night Market. Then it’s on to the iconic Raffles Hotel, where you have the option to sample its renowned signature cocktail, the Singapore Sling.
Take in breathtaking panoramic views of Singapore and beyond from the world’s largest observation wheel, the Singapore Flyer. From 165 metres in the air, you can enjoy simply incredible vistas of Singapore’s soaring skyscrapers, magnificent Marina Bay, Sentosa Island and even parts of neighbouring Malaysia and Indonesia during a 30-minute ride. Your ticket also includes access to the Journey of Dreams, a multimedia visual display using the latest 3D technology to tell the history of the Flyer.