Best Of Singapore 4 Nights 5 Day

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For people who haven’t visited yet, Singapore comes with a reputation. It is one of the world’s most expensive cities, a thriving centre for business, a global community. But for those who have, Singapore is a unique island-state with a long history and layered culture, it is an eco-urban pioneer with sights, sounds and tastes that are entirely exclusive to the land. Travel teaches us that you can’t ever put a price tag on memorable experiences, and Singapore travel is no exception. That’s what makes Singapore tourism so popular with travellers from all over the world and all across the budget scale.

Singapore tour holds much in store for you. The country boasts an ancient past with roots connected to the Malay Peninsula and China as well as a colonial era that has left a permanent imprint of Anglicism. It is during this time that the city really gained global popularity, as the British set up a tax-free port here in 1819. Even today, the port is central to its economy, though the tech and finance industries are what have helped it thrive in more recent times. Coupled with perhaps the world’s most efficient planning, infrastructure and public services, it is little wonder that people from around the world have migrated here. And it is this coming together of cultures that really makes this one of the top destinations to visit.


"Daily Breakfast except arrival day
Return airport transfers
Singapore Familiarisation Drive
Night Safari (Animal Show + Fire Show + Tram Ride)
Gardens By The Bay
Sentosa Island
Universal Studios
Private Transfers
Anything not mentioned in the Inclussions



Are Singapore and Malaysia different countries?
Yes, Singapore and Malaysia are different countries. Singapore became a part of Malaysia in 1963 along with the merger of Malaya, North Borneo, and Sarawak. Due to deep political and economic differences, Singapore separated from Malaysia in 1965 and became an independent and sovereign state.
Does it snow in Singapore?
No, it does it snow in Singapore. Since the country lies near the equator, Singapore enjoys a tropical climate all throughout the year. It does not have seasons like winter, spring, or autumn. It is summer all year round.
Was Singapore a part of China?
No, Singapore was never part of China. However, it has a large Chinese population because of the ancestors who migrated from China year ago.
Does Singapore have beaches?
Yes, Singapore has beaches since it is an island country. If you miss some beach time in Singapore, head to Sentosa Island which has Singapore’s beautiful beaches
Is Singapore an island? If yes, how many islands comprise Singapore?
Yes, Singapore is an island country and a sovereign state. It is both the country and its capital. Singapore comprises of 63 tiny islands including the main island of Pulau Ujong. Sentosa, Jurong Island, Pulau Tekong, Pulau Ubin are the largest of Singapore islands.
Is Singapore a Muslim country?
No, Singapore is not a Muslim country. Although 15% of the population is comprised of Muslims.
What is Singapore famous for?
Singapore is famous for a lot of attractions. Marina Bay, Universal Studios, Disneyland, and China Town are some of the places Singapore is famous for.
What is the currency of Singapore?
The currency of Singapore is the Singapore Dollar. The SGD to INR currency rate is 1 SGD to 53 INR whereas SGD to USD currency rate is 1 SGD to 0.73 USD.
What is the national language of Singapore?
Singapore is a multi-lingual country. The government of Singapore recognizes four official languages; English, Malay, Mandarin, and Tamil.
When is the National Day of Singapore celebrated?
The National Day of Singapore is celebrated on 9 August. It is when Singapore separated from Malaysia and became a separate country.
Does Singapore have Uber?
Yes, you can use Uber in Singapore. However, Grub, an Asian cab-conglomerate app is a better and cheaper option than Uber.
Can Singapore dollar be used in Malaysia?
No, Singapore dollars cannot be used in Malaysia. Malaysian Ringgit is the only acceptable form of currency in Malaysia.
How do I travel to Singapore from Malaysia?
Singapore and Malaysia are connected with each other through rail route. There are two-day trains and one night train between Singapore and Malaysia. The train journey takes around 5-6 hours and costs around. You can also take a direct flight to and from Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) and Singapore.
How do I travel to Singapore from India?
There are a number of airlines between Singapore and India which provide regular flights between the two destinations. Singapore Airline, Air Asia, Air India, Jet Airways, and Vistara are just a few of the airlines that connect the Changi airport with major Indian cities like Delhi, Mumbai, and Chennai.
How many airports are there in Singapore?
There are three airports in Singapore; Changi International Airport, Paya Lebar Airport, and Seletar Airport. Changi Airport is rated as the world’s best airport and even one of the world’s busiest ones.
Can Singapore tourist visa be applied online?
Yes, you can apply for Singapore Tourist Visa online which will allow you to stay in the country for a maximum of 30 days. Your passport should be valid for 6 months from the date of your entry. It is a multiple visa entry which means you need not re-apply for Singapore Visa in the given visa validity.
Do we need a separate travel visa for Singapore & Malaysia?
You can travel from Malaysia to Singapore but Indians will need a separate Visa before you enter in Singapore. Singapore does not grant Visa on arrival to Indian passport holders. You can apply for Singapore e-visa prior to your trip.


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