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Singapore Tour Packages

Important Travel Note :
Please note Singapore has tentatively closed borders for International Tourism till December 2020. If you are planning to visit before December, you are requested to please reconsider your travel date or choose an alternate destination like Dubai, Maldives & Sri Lanka.

Singapore tour packages are aplenty. Picking the one basis your preferences, personality and pocket makes the difference. From its humble origins of a trading centre for the Chinese, Indonesians and Portuguese to a top holiday destination in the Southeast - Singapore has grown by leaps and bounds.

The inclusivity of Singapore is what makes it exclusive. The settlers from all over Asia - the Peranakans or the people from the Indian sub-continent - helped shape the island-nation into a land of the future. Today we know Singapore as the top economy in Asia, a shopping paradise with a surreal skyline and a thriving food culture.

Shop till your bags are full in China Town or amble along the quaint streets of Katong. Hit the Vivo City – the largest mall in Singapore or duck into the several malls lined on the Orchard Road. Satiate those hunger pangs in the Hawker’s street market or dine at a Michelin-star serving your favourite cuisine.

For family fun, hit the island of Sentosa and live up the thrills at all the imaginable haunts. For those looking for a Singapore tour here is a wish list that you can’t drop.

Where to head out
The heritage structures, the avant garde architectural marvels, the SIT flats ringing in the art-deco nostalgia, and twee shophouses make up the cityscape of Singapore. An interesting melange of the bygone and the modern, the country will throw up enough surprises and thrills for the rush-seekers to the ones preferring the off-centre.

From theme parks, gigantic aquariums, popular landmarks, stunning beaches, heritage buildings there is so much to see in Singapore.

Sentosa
The first-time visitors to Singapore usually visit the top tourist attractions like the Merlion, Universal Studios, Gardens by the Bay, S.E.A Aquarium, Adventure Cove Waterpark, all part of the Resorts World Sentosa. The Sentosa island is a magnet for families fascinated by the standard flash on display with tourists making sure to strike off the spots on their Singapore trip.

There are Sentosa Fun passes which can be bought for the number of attractions and the activities you wish to indulge in. A little more serene part of the island can also be explored once you’re done with the theme parks. Unwind at the Siloso, Tanjong or Palawan beaches for some downtime.

Peranakan Museum
The Peranakan community is an integral part of the social fabric of Singapore. The very word Peranakan means‘born here’ and speaks volumes about how it defined the social landscape of the country. The Peranakans are the descendants of the Chinese and the Malay who settled here and established the clan. The museum showcases the heritage of the people and the rare artefacts.

A must-visit if you are interested in the history of the place.

Henderson Waves
The famed bridge is the highest pedestrian overpass in the country. The inventive design and neoteric shape makes it a tourist hotspot. The bridge inspired by the undulating waves swelling up and down along the 274 metres has been rounded off with steel and Balau wood. The visitors come and sit under its apertures admiring the surroundings.

Marina Bay Sands
An architectural wonder which accents the aesthetics of the city’s skyline - Marina Bay Sands has the architects the world over in awe. The imposing engineering triumph draws in tourists from across the globe for its sheer enormity and is included in many Singapore packages . The 155,000 sq metre complex comprises a hotel, theatre, museum, restaurants, retail and convention centres.

Gardens by the Bay
Located near the Marina reservoir, this nature park is a sight to behold comprising three gardens: Bay Central, Bay east and Bay south. The grove of super trees which seem to have come out of some fantastical dream gives the gardens a distinct identity. But the show stealers are the two conservatories: Cloud Forest and the Flower Dome.

These are the exemplary models of cutting-edge design and environment sustainability.

Where to stop for food
Food is the true reflection of the cultural influences and changes in a place over the years. And Singapore’s food culture is a simmering stock of robust flavours representing the diverse cultures it inhabits. The cuisine here is varied and some new variant can always be found in some corner, street or stall.

From the Michelin-starred platters to the sizzling hot plates prepared by the street chefs - Singapore needs you to have a mammoth appetite to sample all that it has.

Here are a few famous food stops in Singapore for different gastronomic experiences.

Lau Pa Sat - the Hawker’s centre
A popular street food market housing multiple cuisines from pan-Asian, Indian to tidbits from around the globe, Lau Pa Sat is a must-visit for the wholesome eating experience. Set up in the 1800s, the famed market has undergone several changes since and is symbolic of the motley Singaporean culture.

Yassin Kampung - the traditional fare
This one serves the traditional food with a bucolic ambience and a rustic menu that speaks of the past traditions of the fishing establishments. The place is famous for its shared plates and traditional recipes. Experience the communal style of dining and feel the love of sharing.

Little House of Dreams - a day out with kids
The restaurant is a perfect haunt for a family meal with a dedicated play area for kids. The menu has been especially curated to keep in mind the palate of the young ones.

Iggy’s - the Michelin experience
Dine in at the exclusive 42-seater restaurant on one of the plush addresses in Singapore - the Orchard Road. Along with the food the place also boasts over 25,000 wine labels.

Where to stop to shop
There is no saying no to shopping in Singapore. From hyper markets to luxury malls, indie boutiques or vintage stores - the city is dotted with shopping stops full of interesting knick-knacks. The Orchard Road, City Hall, and Marina Bay are the places you should check out for some mall-hopping. If you are into the niche stores then explore the Joo Chiat area for some interesting finds in its traditional shops.

Keep aside enough time for retail therapy while looking for Singapore holiday packages.

Here are the must-stop shops in and around Singapore to delight the shopper in you.

Orchard for the luxe lover
One of the most stylish addresses in Singapore, Orchard is the place to hit if you want to grab the best of high street brands to international designer labels. The premium shopping stretch houses the local fashion brands as well. The Design Orchard is a centre for homegrown designer labels. Stop by Bynd Artisan for bespoke leather products, or visit Naiise for every home need.

Bugis for the thrifty shopper
Bugis street market is the Singaporean equivalent of Pratunam or Chatuchak in Bangkok. A popular haunt, it buzzes with energy and offers the latest in fashion, music, books all for a song. The market after the recent revamp is sheltered so the sun, sprinkle or squall can’t stop the shoppers.

Kampong Glam - surprises from the Malay land
The Malay neighbourhood boasts of vibrant boutiques and curio shops marked with Malay cultural symbolism. Saunter down the Haji Lane for some hipster trends, scout for some pop-art bags at Dulcetfiq or indulge your senses at Sifr Aromatics for homegrown perfumes.

Katong for the boho chic
The quaint coffee houses to indie shops selling the old world charm will delight any curious tourist. Pick up all sorts of drapery to trumpery in this little artistic hub. Be it the home decor inspired by the local popular and social culture or the lifestyle products based on the Singaporean literature there is art abound hidden in the alleys of Katong.

Little India for the Indian exotica
Little India is a home away from home for the migrant Indian community in Singapore providing them with the everyday essentials making them less homesick. The market brims with the familiar sounds and smells be it the waft of the homely curry or the sundry garlands at display. Everything at Little India is a robust drawl of the India exotica.

No wonder the Indian tourists plan to drop by the bazaar while searching for Singapore packages from Delhi. Drop by the Mustafa Centre which sells everything from gizmos to groceries round the clock.

Getting around
The public transport in Singapore is one of the best in the world and is super convenient and well-linked. Almost every point of attraction is connected by train, bus or taxi. Connections aside the major tourist spots are built at a walkable distance with sheltered walkways.

Bus : Almost all the key centres are covered by the vast network of Singapore bus system. Apart from being the most economical, you also get to catch the spectacular skyline and sundry vistas of the city. Tourists can either buy the Singapore Tourist Pass (STP) or choose to pay from the EZ-Link stored value card.

Train : Before entering the MRT subway network, tourists can buy STPs which can be used for unlimited travel allowed up to three days. The rate for a day is S$10, two days is S$16 and three days is S$20. The pass can be purchased at the ticketing counter at select MRT stations or at the STP kiosks at the Changi Airport.

Taxi : The metered-taxis are the best bet for places not on the bus or train route. The taxis can be called in through the Grab app or hailed from the taxi stands available at malls or other tourist centres. There is also a centralised number for the cab service which connects you to the nearest taxi stand.

Weather in Singapore

Singapore remains hot and humid throughout the year with the average temperature hovering around 30 to 33 degree Celsius. Be mindful of the rains as it can start to pour at any given time and showers are expected almost every day. Even on days it doesn’t rain, the weather still is clammy.

So pack the best of your cottons and linens while visiting Singapore. The best time to visit Singapore is from February to March considered the drier months compared to the rest of the year. The place witnesses scattered spells of rain during the day and evening.

The time is ideal for sightseeing and you can roam about the city without worrying about the downpour dampening your travel plans.

Also get more information and exclusive deals on popular Singapore Theme Packages like Singapore Honeymoon Packages, Singapore Family Packages, etc.

Popular Singapore Packages

Singapore Package Price
(Per person on twin sharing)
Nights Inclusions
Discover Singapore - Explorers Rs 59,990 4 Nights Meals , Flights , Accommodation , Transfer , Sightseeing
Flavours of Singapore - Foodie Rs 67,990 5 Nights Meals , Flights , Accommodation , Transfer , Sightseeing
Discover Singapore - Action Seekers Rs 57,990 4 Nights Meals , Flights , Accommodation , Transfer , Sightseeing
Magical Singapore Rs 59,990 4 Nights Meals , Flights , Accommodation , Transfer , Sightseeing
Singapore Langkawi Cruise Rs 31,899 3 Nights Meals , Accommodation , Sightseeing
POPULARITY RECENT DURATION PRICE(Per Person on twin sharing)
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  • Discover Singapore - Explorers
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    Discover Singapore - Explorers

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    • Meals

    • Optional

    • Accommodation

    • Sightseeing

    EMI Rs.3,686

    Rs.62,990
    Rs.59,990

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.1,799
  • Flavours of Singapore - Foodie
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    Flavours of Singapore - Foodie

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    • Meals

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    EMI Rs.4,177

    Rs.71,990
    Rs.67,990

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.2,039
  • Discover Singapore - Action Seekers
    Singapore (4)

    Discover Singapore - Action Seekers

    Singapore (4)
    • Meals

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    EMI Rs.3,563

    Rs.64,990
    Rs.57,990

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.1,739
  • Magical Singapore
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    Magical Singapore

    Singapore (4)
    • Meals

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    EMI Rs.3,686

    Rs.63,990
    Rs.59,990

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    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.1,799
  • Singapore Langkawi Cruise
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    Singapore Langkawi Cruise

    Singapore (3)
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    EMI Rs.1,960

    Rs.31,899

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    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.956
  • Budget Singapore (Land Only)
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    Budget Singapore (Land Only)

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    EMI Rs.1,412

    Rs.24,990
    Rs.22,990

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    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.689
  • Singapore Cruise
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    Singapore Cruise

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    Get ready to sail on the vessel designed for your dreams. Measuring 335 metres by 40 metres, and weighing 151,300 tons, the 18-deck Genting Dream features the comfort of authentic Asian hospitality combined with only the finest experiences from around the world. Plan your unforgettable escape today on Genting Dream – where dreams set sail. Staterooms- Be pampered in luxurious comfort with over 70% balcony staterooms. Recreation - Seek thrills at the 6-slide Water Park, Rock Climbing Wall and Ropes Course. Wine & Dine - Enjoy the variety of over 35 food and beverage concepts. Crystal Life - Be rejuvenated with the largest Asian and Western spa facilities at sea. Dream Palace - Indulge with our ship within the ship concept with 142 suites.
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    EMI Rs.1,904

    Rs.30,999

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    • Rs.929
  • Singapore Dhamaka
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    Singapore Dhamaka

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    • Meals

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    • Sightseeing

    EMI Rs.2,457

    Rs.42,990
    Rs.39,990

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.1,199
  • Kids Special Singapore
    Singapore (4)

    Kids Special Singapore

    Singapore (4)
    • Meals

    • Flights

    • Accommodation

    • Sightseeing

    EMI Rs.2,764

    Rs.48,990
    Rs.44,990

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.1,349
  • Simply Singapore
    Singapore (4)

    Simply Singapore

    Singapore (4)
    • Meals

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    • Accommodation

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    EMI Rs.2,825

    Rs.47,990
    Rs.45,990

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.1,379

Singapore Packages FAQs

Q. Can I get an Uber in Singapore?
A. Uber cabs are no longer in operation in Singapore. To book a ride you need to install the Grab app which is the substitute for Uber in most Southeast Asian countries. Before Uber ceased its operations in the country, it transferred its services to Grab. So you might see a few cabs with Uber logo plying across the city as part of Grab’s fleet. Tourists can also use MRT buses which is a cheaper way to travel than taxi.


Q. What is Sentosa Island famous for?
A. A citadel built by the British in the 1800s, Sentosa located in the Central Region of Singapore was revamped as a tourism hub post 1970 and today houses some of the top tourist attractions of Singapore such as the Universal Studios, the Merlion, SEA Aquarium, Madame Tussauds along with golf courses, beaches, casinos and hotels. Sentosa can be reached from Singapore in about 30 minutes or less by taxi or MRT.


Q. Is there a metro in Singapore?
A. The best and the fastest way to get around Singapore is by Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) subway system. Buy a Singapore Tourist Pass (STP) for unlimited travel up to three days. The three different passes can be bought at select MRT stations or from the designated kiosks at the Changi Airport. The price for STP for a day is S$10, two days it is S$16 and a three-day pass comes for S$20.


Q. How far is Little India from Gardens by the Bay?
A. The distance between Little India and Gardens by the Bay is 6 km and takes about 15 minutes to reach. You can choose to walk, drive or take a metro or a bus to get there. The entry ticket for the two conservatories at the Gardens by the Bay is $28 for an adult and can be booked online.


Q. Which language is mostly spoken in Singapore?
A. Singapore owing to its multi-ethnic and multi-cultural society has many languages and recognises Mandarin, Malay, English and Tamil as the major languages. The most widely spoken language in Singapore though is Malay as the Malaysian community is considered indigenous. Tourists don’t face any communication issues as English is widely spoken and understood.


Q. Can I book online tickets for Universal Studios Singapore?
A. It is better to book tickets online for Universal Studios Singapore on the official website for better deals and perks. The full-day ticket price for an adult is SGD79 and for a child it is SGD59. The theme park is open from 10 am to 8 pm on weekdays and from 10 am to 10 pm on weekends.


Q. Suggest some good family hotels in Singapore
A. The best areas to stay in Singapore with family are Sentosa, Orchard Road and Marina Bay for malls, theme parks, restaurants and other tourist attractions nearby. A few suggestions for hotels in Singapore for families are York Hotel, Ascott Orchard, Swissotel Merchant, Novotel Clarke Quay and Grand Copthorne.


Q. What are the best places to shop in Singapore?
A. Singapore is synonymous with shopping and is a top priority for many tourists visiting the island nation. Be it the homegrown local designs, or the international retail chains the city has it all. Visit the Orchard Road to bag the best of luxury, pick a few souvenirs from the ethnic enclaves or hunt for something unique at Naiise or Supermama. The trend catchers can head to Sneakerheads or Stylemeisters. Check Shopping.


Q. Is Singapore an island?
A. Singapore is a tiny island country with eponymous capital city located near the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula. It has one major island called Pulao Ujong and 62 islets. Among the richest countries in Asia, about 39 percent of the population is made up of foreigners with multiculturalism and racial diversity being crucial to the very identity of Singapore.


Q. What is the taxi fare from Changi Airport to the city centre?
A. It will cost around S$25 to reach the city centre from Changi Airport. The distance between Changi Airport and the city centre is about 22 km and takes an approximate of 30 minutes to reach the centre of the city. You can also take MRT train from the airport itself to get into the city.

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