Singapore is a multicultural country where western and oriental influences blend harmoniously, making it a perfect place for Indians. It is modern and eclectic, with amazing nightlife and iconic architecture. But the country is equally famous for its temples, street food, and other multicultural influences. If you are planning to visit the country, call us to book customized Singapore tour packages that match your budget and travel style.

Why Visit Singapore?

Officially called, The Republic of Singapore, this country is a melting pot of different cultures where the four ethnic groups, the Chinese, Malays, Tamils, and, live together peacefully. It is also one of the world’s cleanest cities and is litter free. In fact, littering is a major offence, wherein you could be fined up to SGD 300 or asked to clean up a public area.

It is also a great shopping destination, with major brands setting up shops in the country’s uber-luxurious malls. But it is also a great place to buy electrical appliances and gadgets at bargain prices. Chinatown is the perfect place for gadget fans and souvenir shopping, while Little India is ideal for gold shopping.

With over 18 cameras per 1,000 people, Singapore is one of the most surveilled cities in the world and the safest as well. In fact, a Tik Toker recently proved this by leaving her latest Macbook in a public place for several hours only to find that it is still in its place.

Singapore is a tourist haven with plenty of family-friendly attractions covered by our Singapore tour packages for families. You could take a trip to the Singapore Zoo, River Wonders, or Jurong Bird Park. If you’re young and looking to enjoy the city’s nightlife, head towards Clarke Quay and the Marina Bay Sands.

The food scene in Singapore is varied, with entire streets dedicated to entire cuisines. Some dishes like the Hainanese chicken rice and laksa are popular and found in every nook and corner. If Char Kway Teow and roast duck are a must-try in Chinatown, roti prata and fish head curry are quintessential Indian dishes you mustn’t miss in Little India. And, of course, you must try the kaya toast at least once in Singapore.

Tourist Attractions Included in Our Singapore Tour Packages

Sentosa Island

Sentosa translates into peace and tranquillity in Malay. This beautiful island is filled with theme parks, luxury resorts, beaches, and museums. Sentosa is also home to the famous Universal Studios theme park and the best place for a Skyride, where you can enjoy a scenic view of the majestic island. The best way to enjoy Sentosa is to buy a Sentosa Fun Pass, where you can enjoy a range of indoor and outdoor activities, take a cable car, or even enjoy a bus tour. While the entry fee to the island was waived in 2020 due to the pandemic, tourists entering the island will have to pay an admission fee from April 2023.

Universal Studio

Universal Studios is located within Sentosa Islands and is the first movie-themed park in Southeast Asia. You can get to the studio by MRT, bus, monorail, shuttle or private taxi. The park features over 24 rides, divided into seven themes, ranging from Hollywood and New York to Sci-fi, Egypt, Ancient Egypt, Jurrasic Park, Lost World, and Madagascar. There are plenty of Universal Studio-inspired merchandise you can buy for friends and family, viz. t-shirts, posters, stickers, home décor items, and more.

Gardens By the Bay

Gardens by the Bay is one of Singapore’s most extravagant attractions spread over 40 acres and home to several gardens, conservatories, and restaurants. Some of the attractions within the mega park include – Flower Dome, a cool conservatory that houses plants and flowers from all continents, including 1,000-year-old olive trees and rare orchids. The Floral Fantasy is another conservatory inspired by the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, while Cloud Forest is a 35-metre structure covered in greenery and plants from tropical countries. The Super Tree conservatory is a vertical garden about 50 metres in height and offers a panoramic view of the Marina Bay district. The Serene Garden is an outdoor garden inspired by the Zen philosophy of minimalism, but home to hundreds of plants, including the bismarckia of Madagascar, the junipers of Japan, and the Pride of India from the Indian Subcontinent.

Marina Bay Sands Sky Park

The Marina Bay Sands is a three-tower hotel with over 2500 suites and some of the best casinos in the world. But what attracts millions of tourists to the place is the Skypark that sits atop connecting these three towers. The best thing about Marina Bay Sands is the observation deck that offers a bird’s eye view of Singapore – from Marina South Pier to the Singapore Strait. This three-acre Skypark has the world’s best infinity pool, 191 metres above ground level. The Art Science Museum is equally unique and shaped like a lotus.

Botanic Gardens

The Botanic Gardens is Singapore’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to the world’s largest orchid display, with over 1000 orchid species and 2000 hybrid orchid plants. This 60-acre park is popular among locals and is a leading centre for botanical and horticultural research. There’s also a mini tropical rainforest covering over 20 acres. While entry to the general garden is free and open from 5 am to midnight, the orchid garden is open from 8.30 am to 7 pm and costs around SGD 5.

Singapore Zoo

The Singapore Zoo is a major attraction in our Singapore tour packages for families. The zoo includes over 2,800 animals, including crocodiles, tapirs, white tigers, wallabies, grey kangaroos, zebras, saki monkeys, babirusas and elephants. Besides the animals, there are several other attractions, including animal shows, Kidzworld, and the Wild Discover Tour. You could also feed the animals under supervision from the keepers. Entry to the Zoo costs around SGD 48 for adults and SGD 33 for children under 12 years. The zoo is open from 8.30 am to 6 pm, with the last entry at 5.00 pm.

Singapore Flyer

The Singapore Flyer is the 3rd largest observation wheel in the world, offering a panoramic view of the city that could stretch up to Malaysia and Indonesia. The flyer takes you 165 metres above the ground, i.e., as high as 42 storeys, and includes over 28 air-conditioned capsules. The entire ride takes around 30 minutes, offering a bird’s eye view of Singapore’s famous landmarks, including Sentosa Island, Changi Airport, and Merlion Park. And if you’re looking for an elevated experience, we suggest you book a four-course meal, choosing Oriental, Western, and Vegetarian cuisine. The flyer is open from Mondays to Sundays from 2 pm to 10 pm.

Little India

Tamil-speaking migrants make up about five per cent of the population and greatly influence Singapore’s culture and heritage. This is best represented through Little India, a colourful historical district in Singapore that’s dotted with little shops, restaurants, and temples. Here, you can visit the Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple, the house of Tan Teng Niah, and the Little Arcade. At the latter, you can buy accessories, ranging from trinkets and even tapestries. To sample Singapore’s famous fish head curry, head to The Banana Leaf, and to sample vegetarian South Indian food, visit Komala Vilas.

There are plenty of shopping destinations, ranging from Mustafa Centre to Orchard Road, IMM, and Chinatown.

At GT Holidays, we offer customized Singapore tour packages that cover everything you want to see and experience. If you’re planning a honeymoon, we suggest booking a Singapore tour package for couples, wherein we’ll arrange the best romantic activities you can enjoy with your loved one. And if you’re planning a group tour, we suggest choosing Singapore all-inclusive tour packages that include the best of everything and activities for all ages.

Call now to learn more about our Singapore tour packages.

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