Singapore City

The "Lion City" of Singapore covers an area of only 351 square miles, but what it lacks in size, it makes up for in personality. One of Asia's most vital financial centers, this orderly cosmopolis boasts an exotic blend of Western, Chinese, Malay and Indian cultures; a veritable cultural stew that is two centuries in the making. From the exotic mystery of its ancient temples and mosques to the gleaming modern buildings of present-day Singapore, the draws of this unique land are endless.

Singapore City

Merlion Statue

The symbol of the city, the merlion, is a statue with the head of a lion and the body of a fish and can be found at Merlion Park.

Clark Quay

This historical riverside quay which now houses many nightclubs and restaurants inside restored warehouses.

Chinatown

Although the city is primarily Chinese, this area is quite an attraction with its restored shops and interesting temples.

Little India

This is the colorful center for the city s large Indian community and features shops selling saris and spices.

Based on your interest, we suggest the following tour packages which will provide you with the greatest enjoyment

Exotic Asia 12 Days 10 Nights(2017)[RAE]

  • Tour Code:RAE        Date:02/16/2017 ~ 12/07/2017       Price From: $2100.00 Land Only

Neon-bright cities, floating markets, tropical beaches and shimmering temples come together on a 10-night journey around the best of South East Asia. Our tour encompasses the dazzling palaces and royal relics of Bangkok before easing down on the palm-fringed sands of vibrant Pattaya. From there, it’s on to the futuristic skyscrapers and rich colonial heritage of Singapore and Hong Kong, two of Asia’s most scintillating and cosmopolitan cities.

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Visiting: Bangkok(3 nts) - Pattaya(2 nts) - Singapore City(2 nts) - Hong Kong(3 nts)