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Singapore

4 nights stay

Itinerary
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Singapore
4 nights stay
 
Day 1

Transport From: Singapore Changi Airport, Singapore To Village Hotel Albert Court, Singapore
Checkin: Village Hotel Albert Court, Singapore

 
Day 2

Activity Visit: Universal Studios Singapore, Singapore

 
Day 3

Activity Visit: Singapore City Tour With Guide, Singapore

 
Day 4

Activity Visit: Night Safari Singapore, Singapore

 
Day 5

Transport From: Village Hotel Albert Court, Singapore To Singapore Changi Airport, Singapore

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Enjoy Pongal

In Singapore, Pongal is celebrated at the beginning of the holy month of Thai. On the first day, Bhogi Pongal is a celebration that starts with worship of Lord Indra, the ruler of Clouds and Giver of Rains. As a symbol of fresh start, thorough spring-cleaning as well as the discarding of old belongings is carried out. To make the celebration more magical, oil lamps are lit, new clothes are donned, and colourful designs in rice flours are created on the floors of houses.

Enjoy Chinese New Year

To many this is also known as the Lunar New Year or the Spring Festival, Chinese New Year is undoubtedly the most crucial event in the Chinese calendar. Traditionally this celebration is a time to honour both traditional deities and familial ancestors.

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Night Safari Singapore

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You might have seen animals in the zoo during the day time. However, how many of you can say that you have seen animals in the nighttime? Most animals are nocturnal and night is the time when they are most active. Realizing this, the Singapore Zoo started the Night Safari Tour. The park contains more than 2500 animal species, and is spread across a massive 40 hectares. The animals are put in natural settings that are as good as a forest.   The massive park is divided into 7 different zones that represent 7 different climate conditions. In each area, animals belonging to that particular climate are housed. The different zones in the park are Equatorial Africa, Indian Subcontinent, Himalayan Foothills, Asian Riverine Forest, Nepalese River Valley, Indo-Malayan Region, and Burmese Hillside.  The most popular way to experience the safari is through a tram ride. However, the tour also has a nice walking trail that is lit by the moonlight. The whole park is dimly lit by the moonlight. This is one of the best ways to enjoy the safari.  Some trails you will see on the tour are the Fishing Cat Trail, the Wallaby Trail and the Leopard Trail. Close to the Leopard Trail are 2 aviaries that house the flying squirrel and the Malayan flying fox. They are quite rare and perfect to observe in their natural habitat.  A tour of the park is not the only thing the night safari consists of. You also have the Thumbuakar Performance, where pyro warriors amaze you with their fire dancing and fire eating skills. It is followed by a 20 min interactive show called the Creatures of the Night. During this show, nocturnal creatures like the civet cat, hyena, otter, binturong, etc. showcase their talents. 

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Singapore City Tour with Guide

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Singapore is the crowning glory of Southeast-Asia. It is one of the region’s top holiday destinations. In RTTs’ tour, you will get an opportunity to see the city’s famous sites and attractions. The tour promises to be full of entertainment, fun, and memories worth a lifetime. Some of the attractions you will see on the tour are Merlion Park, Fountain of Wealth, Orchard Road, Merlion Park, etc. The Merlion Park is home to the Merlion statue. It is the official icon of Singapore. The park also gives stunning views of Marina Bay Sands and Singapore Flyer. Two other important places on the itinerary are Little India and Chinatown. The Indian and Chinese communities make up a large population of the settled immigrants in Singapore. These two places are perfect to experience Singapore’s multicultural diversity. 

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Universal Studios Singapore

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Who doesn’t love movies? Everyone has their favourite movies whose dialogues they can quote verbatim. If you too are a movie buff, then you should definitely check out Universal Studios. They are part of the Resorts World Sentosa. Universal Studios has many themed rides, entertainment zones, and exhilarating shows that will leave you awestruck. Let’s take a closer look at what all awaits you in Universal Studios. Hollywood: If you’ve always wanted to see Hollywood Boulevard, but have not got the chance to go Los Angeles, you can experience it right here in Singapore. The famous street has been recreated, and is an exact replica of the original. Another great replica zone here is the New York Zone. It has the same skyline, facades, and sidewalks that you will see in the Big Apple. Ancient Egypt: Calling all adventure lovers. The Ancient Egypt zone is full of adventure rides. Be sure to check out the Revenge of the Mummy: The Ride and Treasure Hunter. Furthermore, there are two more rides, The Waterworld, and The Jurassic Park, which are a part of The Lost World section. Far Away: The inner child in you will come alive in the land of Far Far Away, where all fantasies come to life. If you have children with you then this place is compulsory stop, as they get a chance to meet their favourite fairytale creatures. You can also check out rides like, Enchanted Airways, Magic Potion Spin, Shrek 4D Adventure, etc. Madagascar: Do you love to dance to the song, “I like to move it move it” by King Julian? If yes, you will get a chance to dance to the song and more at the Madagascar section at Universal Studios. The whole theme of the movie has been recreated in this section, so you will feel you are part of this movie. Madagascar is full of rides and adventures that you will absolutely love. Sci-Fi City: - This place is home to one of the tallest roller coaster rides in the world. It is 42.7 metres high. So, get ready to face your fears, and take a memorable ride on this amazing roller coaster.    Fun, adventure, and entertainment, this is what a day at the Universal Studios promises to be. Call us today to book your tickets.

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Singapore


Enjoy Pongal

In Singapore, Pongal is celebrated at the beginning of the holy month of Thai. On the first day, Bhogi Pongal is a celebration that starts with worship of Lord Indra, the ruler of Clouds and Giver of Rains. As a symbol of fresh start, thorough spring-cleaning as well as the discarding of old belongings is carried out. To make the celebration more magical, oil lamps are lit, new clothes are donned, and colourful designs in rice flours are created on the floors of houses.

Enjoy Chinese New Year

To many this is also known as the Lunar New Year or the Spring Festival, Chinese New Year is undoubtedly the most crucial event in the Chinese calendar. Traditionally this celebration is a time to honour both traditional deities and familial ancestors.

Enjoy Chingay Parade

If there is one single event that could capture the essence of Singapore’s multicultural personality, it would be the Chingay Parade. This parade is an annual marvel of dazzling floats, dancing dragons and stilt walkers.

Visit River Hongbao

In Chinese culture, the Lunar New Year is one of the most celebrated festivals, with its origin dating back over 3500 years. This tradition is celebrated in various forms and wats on the island, with the River Hongbao being one of the most unique and iconic ones. An interesting fact is that the river Hongbao has been on Singapore’s festive calendar since the year 1987.

Enjoy Hari Raya Aidilfitri

To mark the end of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan is the festival of Eid, however, in Singapore it is celebrated as Hari Raya Aidilfitri or Hari Raya Puasa. Ramadan is a period of sober repentance for Muslims, during which adherents of the faith worship, engage in acts of compassion and fast from dawn to dusk for approximately 30 days.

Visit Geylang Serai

One of Singapore’s oldest Malay settlements and once a trade emporium, Geylang Serai got its name from the extensive cultivation of serai in the district during the latter half of the 19th century. With a colourful past that lives on in its restored shophouses, religious establishments and traditional eateries, Geylang Serai is filled with stories to uncover.

Visit Rainforest Lumina

A walk in the wild, discovering the stories of nature and experiencing the taste of wilderness, Rainforest Lumina is the first such experience in Southeast Asia. As a part of its 45th-anniversary celebrations, Rainforest Lumina was first launched by the Singapore Zoo in 2018.

Enjoy Mid-Autumn Festival

To mark the end of the autumn harvest, the Mid-Autumn Festival is time to present thank you to the gods. During the mid-autumn festival the moon is always at its brightest that is why lunar legends have always been attached to the celebration. One of the most notable is the story of Chang Er, the wife of a merciless king who downed the elixir of immortality he had intended to drink, so as to save her people from his tyrannical rule. The tale goes that she ascended to the moon upon her brave act and has been worshipped by the Chinese as a Moon Goddess ever since.

Celebrate Deepavali

As an Indian, it might come as a shock or pride to you, but Deepavali is one of the major cultural festivals in Singapore. The celebration marks the triumph of good over evil. It is the time when thousands of Hindu families in the city and across the world transform their homes into beacons of light, exchange gifts, share feasts and perform pooja to Goddess Lakshmi, the goddess of fertility and prosperity.

Enjoy Christmas On A Great Street

One of Singapore’s most prominent neighbourhoods and a world-class destination for avid shoppers and discerning visitors alike, Orchard Road’s humming atmosphere amps up as Christmas comes to town. Living up to its billing as Christmas on A Great Street, Orchard Road transforms into a wonderland filled with bright lights, enchanting decorations, irresistible festive buys and endless bustle from holiday makers. Soak in the Christmas cheer, discover the perfect gift, and create cherished moments with your family and loved ones.

Enjoy Christmas Wonderland

With Christmas markets, carols and good cheer all around, Christmas at Gardens by the Bay is magical fun. The annual Christmas Wonderland is a must-see highlight of Singapore’s exciting year-end celebrations, bringing festive cheer to more than three million visitors of all ages since its debut in 2014.