Your day-by-day itinerary

Arrival in Singapore

Day 1

Arrival in Singapore

Arriving in Singapore, you’ll be transferred to your central hotel. A landmark  building that was originally a department store, it perfectly captures the feeling of a progressive Singapore. The rest of the day is your own, so why not toast your arrival with a Singapore Sling at the classic Raffles Hotel or the swanky Marina Sands.

Singapore - Free Time - Departure

Days 2-3

Singapore - Free Time - Departure

The next day is yours for the taking. For a glimpse into the genuine culture of Singapore, take a wander through the chaotic and colourful streets of Little India, amble around the intricate temples of Arab Street and make a beeline for the markets of Chinatown. There’s something interesting happening on every street corner in Singapore, that’s for sure.

When it comes to eating, Singapore has it all sewn up. Try ‘chicken rice’, Singapore’s trademark dish, which is far tastier than the simple name implies. Alternatively, grab a steaming bowl of Singapore noodles and indulge in some people-watching. After two nights, you’ll check out of the hotel and move on to your next destination. We just hope you’ll be able to shut your suitcase after all that shopping!

Combine this trip with...

Where to next? This trip goes together perfectly with these:

Twin Towers & Chopsticks

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Kuala Lumpur

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Malacca: Warm Welcome on Wheels

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Malacca

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Combine this trip with Borneo

How about something completely different? After this trip you could journey to another destination:

Borneo

Kota Kinabalu: Gateway to Sabah

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Kota Kinabalu

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Speak to our Malaysia specialist, Joe

“Malaysia is packed with variety; from its cosmopolitan cities to its wild jungles. Here, I’ve snorkelled in beautiful waters and eaten my weight in creamy laksa noodles! My customers also love the ease of travelling around, hassle-free. ”

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