Singapore Cultural & Nature Tour
Tour Highlights: Singapore Highlights • Singapore Flyer “World’s Largest Giant Observation Wheel” • Gardens by the Bay- Super Tree & Spectacular Light Show • Botanical Gardens & Orchid Garden • Cable Car Ride Sentosa Island • S.E.A. Aquarium • Madame Tussauds • River Cruise • Singapore Zoo • National Museum • Fullerton Hotel High Tea
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Cost based on a minimum 20 pax
IncludedAccommodation (4 Stars)Airport TransferAttractions & ToursCoach TransportEnglish Speaking GuideGoods & Services TaxGratuities (Driver & Guide)Meals
Day 1 Arrival
Day 2 Singapore Flyer / Parliament House / Kampong Glam / National Museum (B,L,D)
Day 3 Botanic Gardens / Fullerton High Tea / River Cruise (B, High – Tea)
This morning we visit the spectacular Singapore Botanic Gardens a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The 150-year old Singapore Botanic Gardens possesses an array of botanical and horticultural attractions with a rich history and a wonderful plant collection of worldwide significance. The National Orchid Garden, located within the Botanic Gardens boasts a sprawling display of 60,000 orchid plants. Our afternoon tour, we embark to the Fullerton Hotel a grand Neo-classical landmark built in 1928 and gazetted in 2015 as a National Monument, it was once home to Singapore’s General Post Office and the prestigious Singapore Club. Here will enjoy a stylish afternoon high tea. Then, we will take you on a Bumboat River Cruise along the Singapore River. The Singapore River is like a witness of its history. At both sides of the river, you will see the colonial buildings, traditional Chinese shops, modern skyscrapers… each of them would tell you an exciting story of Singapore.
Day 4 Singapore Zoo / Gardens by the Bay (B,L)
This morning, we make our way to the Singapore Zoo for our “wild breakfast with the Orang Utans”. Singapore Zoo has the world’s most successful orang utan breeding program, and the largest social colony of these highly intelligent primates. Don’t miss the opportunity to photograph and interact with the Orang Utans as they swing and climb in their naturalistic enclosure. After breakfast, we enjoy a close-up visit with a reticulated python, the longest snake in the world then take a Tram Ride around the Open Zoo, a new concept in animal-keeping featuring landscaped gardens and minimal cages. We proceed back to the hotel for our buffet lunch. Later in the afternoon, we make our way to the spectacular Gardens by the Bay which provides us with an opportunity to experience the development of modern Singapore. Housing more than 250,000 Rare Plants and 18 Supertrees. Set on 54 hectares the complex consists of Two Climate Conservatories and a 22-metre high OCBC Skyway. This evening will soak in the beautiful experience of music and lights dancing at the Garden Rhapsody Show.
Day 5 Sentosa Island / Madame Tussauds / SEA Aquarium / Chinatown Tour (B,L,D)
This morning we visit the Island of Sentosa where we start our tour with a scenic Cable Car Ride where we can see the beautiful landscape of the city. On arrival on the island, we proceed to the wax museum, Madame Tussauds. With 8 fully themed interactive zones, get ready to photograph and pose with your favourite A-Listers, sports stars and music legends. Then we proceed to the Images of Singapore, a journey that uncovers, Singapore’s extraordinary history – from a humble fishing village to a 21st century powerhouse. We then continue to the the world’s largest Aquarium. SEA Aquarium and explore more than 800 species of marine animals such as majestic manta rays and over 200 sharks through the world’s largest window to the ocean. We proceed for a buffet lunch at Starz restaurant on Sentosa Island. This afternoon we return to our hotel to freshen up. We then tour Chinatown which has come a long way since the early days when Chinese immigrants made this enclave their home. Filled with a sprawling myriad of shops and eateries, bursting with colourful and exciting activities set against a backdrop of rich history and heritage. We also visit the Thian Hock Keng Temple, one of the oldest Buddhist-Taoist temples in Singapore along with a visit to a Calligraphy Gallery. After a set dinner at a local Chinese restaurant, we wander along the narrow lanes of the Night Market and test our bargaining skills against street vendors selling anything from souvenirs to leather goods.
Day 6 Departure (B)
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