Towering cityscapes, a happy blend of
cultures and a pleasant climate make this
a honeymooner’s paradise and a great
place to unwind. Singapore’s energy is
infectious. From the swankiest malls
to intricately carved temples, from the
astounding variety of street food to
the colourful birdlife in the parks, you
will ﬁnd yourself part of a culture that
successfully straddles modernity and
For an energy-packed experience
of style, adventure, romance and non-stop
partying, head here. Whatever your idea of
the good life is, it probably begins at Sentosa.
This $14 billion integrated leisure and lifestyle
destination is a mega development within an
Its rich cultural fabric is
difficult to capture in words, and is best
experienced. Chinatown is divided into four
main districts - Kreta Ayer, Telok Ayer, Tanjong
Pagar and Bukit Pasoh, each with its own
distinctive flavour. This area of Singapore still
retains much of its cultural significance from
the time when it was populated solely by
This area is the focal point
for the Indian community in Singapore. Its
spice-scented streets entice you into shops
that seem to be veritable treasure troves of
silverware, brassware and exotic spices. From
the colourful shops in Serangoon road to the
bustling restaurants and beautiful temples
along the winding side streets, it’s several hours
of pleasurable discovery.
It is considered by most to be
the trailblazer of the Singapore entertainment
scene, with its posh restaurants, alfresco
dining, lively bars and pubs. Head here if you’re
looking for a place to unwind and absorb a
distinctly modern Singaporean flavour.
This is a historical riverside
quay in Singapore, part of which has been
converted to a mall and entertainment centre.
Here, five blocks of restored warehouses are
home to some of the city’s most celebrated
restaurants and nightclubs.
It has the distinction of being the world’s
largest Ferris wheel. It gives visitors to the
city a bird’s eye view of the city-state as
well as parts of neighbouring Malaysia
Songs of the Sea - Sentosa
This new nightly extravaganza guarantees
a memorable evening. Watch a live cast,
dramatic pyrotechnics, water jets, lasers,
music and stunning flame bursts combine to
present a thoroughly entertaining spectacle.
Sentosa Luge & Skyride
It's 650 metres of downhill fun on Southeast
Asia’s first-ever luge. Part go-cart, parttoboggan
and pure excitement, the luge
is a fun-filled gravity ride that’s safe for all
ages. The Skyride transports riders through
a scenic 320-metre long ride back to the
top where you can start your adventure all
With soft lighting, the calming sounds of a
flowing stream and feet relaxed in a warm
pool, allow a school of Turkish fish to swim
up and gently nibble on your feet. These
tiny fish consume only the dead skin areas,
revealing smoother and healthier skin -
it’s the perfect way to exfoliate and pamper
This is Asia’s most exciting oceanarium.
It gives the visitor a fish-eye view of the
mysteries of the sea. Its submerged tunnel,
with a moving travelator takes visitors past
more than 2,500 marine creatures from
250 species. At the Dolphin Lagoon, meet
dolphins and learn about the behaviour
and physiology of these highly intelligent
Jurong bird park
This open concept park is the largest in
the Asia Pacific region, with over 8,000
birds from 600 species. The highlight of
the park is its unique feeding session.
Located on the 70th floor of Swissôtel The
Stamford, the Equinox restaurant gives you
panoramic views of Singapore, Malaysia and
Indonesia. The restaurant offers a choice of
authentic western and Asian cuisine.
SINGAPOREAN SEREMADE (5D/4N)
Spend five unforgettable days being wooed by this many-faceted, vibrant, sophisticated city.
Singapore 4 nights
When you arrive in Singapore, you will be
greeted by our representative, who will escort you to
your hotel in a BMW 5 Series. In the evening, dine at the
celebrated Equinox restaurant.
After breakfast, you are free to do as you please
till it is time to explore the city. This includes a ride on
the Singapore Flyer. Next, take a cruise on the Singapore
River, and spend the rest of the evening at Clarke Quay.
After breakfast, set off to Sentosa Island. Indulge
in a Fish Reflexology foot massage at Underwater World.
In the evening, attend the Songs of the Sea show.
Spend the day lazing about on the beach, or
exploring the area around your hotel.
After a leisurely breakfast, spend a while
shopping before you head to Changi Airport for your