Singapore

Singapore is one of the great cities of the world, with its blend of Asian and European cultures. Graceful colonial buildings co-exist alongside centuries-old street markets and modern high-rises. Though the government can be strict with residents and visitors who misbehave, travelers who follow the rules can’t help but be fascinated by this multi-cultural city.

Universal Studio Merlion_Sentosa
Singapore with Cruise
06 Night/ 07 days
Standard : SGD 630+INR 20,500
 Singapore
04 Nights/ 05 Days
Standard : SGD 590
Gardens-by-the-Bay singapore-zoo1
 Singapore
03 Nights/ 04 Days
Standard : SGD 450
  Singapore for Children
04 Nights/ 05 Days
Standard : SGD 590
Singapore with other countries
Malaysia-Moonrise_over_kuala_lumpur phuket-small-islands
 Singapore & Malaysia
06 NIGHTS/ 07 DAYS
3N Singapore + 3N Kuala Lumpur
Standard : USD 660
 Singapore & Phuket
06 NIGHTS/ 07 DAYS
3N Singapore + 3N Phuket
Standard : USD 660
bali1 krabi-beaches-islands
 Singapore & Bali
07 NIGHTS/ 08 DAYS
3N Singapore + 4N Bali
Standard : USD 660
Singapore & Krabi
06 NIGHTS/ 07 DAYS
3N Singapore + 3N Krabi
Standard : USD 660
bangkok-sightseeing-ultimatravel Singapore Zoo
Singapore & Thailand
06 NIGHTS/ 07 DAYS
3N Singapore + 2N Bangkok + 2N pattaya
Standard : USD 660
Singapore & Lankawi
06 NIGHTS/ 07 DAYS
3N Singapore + 3N Lankawi
Standard : USD 660
mapur-island-beach-photo-by-best-aviasovet-ru_
Singapore with Bintan Islands
06 NIGHTS/ 07 DAYS
4N Singapore + 2N Bintan
Standard : USD 620

Sightseeing in Singapore

Cruise in Singapore

Singapore

Marina Bay Hotel : If construction costs are a traveler’s bag, then they’ll delight in seeing the Marina Bay Sands, a resort that cost US$5.7 billion to build, making it the world’s most expensive building when it opened in 2010. The Marina Bay Sands is an integrated resort that has it all: a luxury hotel, restaurants, an endless collection of shops, a convention center that is one of the largest in Asia, theater, an Art Science Museum and other entertainment centers. It also has an indoor skating rink made with synthetic ice.

Singapore Flyer:  The Singapore Flyer is a giant Ferris wheel, only with benefits, that only start with the stunning views below. Cars hold up to 28 people as they circle above the city. When it opened in 2008, it was the highest Ferris wheel in the world, reaching 165 meters (541 feet) up into the Singaporean sky. With advance notice, the Flyer can accommodate disabled guests in wheelchairs. Located on Marina Bay, the Flyer’s terminal has three floors of restaurants, shops and other services.

  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •