Singapore South India Special (3 Nights / 4 Days)

Singapore South India Special (3 Nights / 4 Days)

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Overview

Description
This package is ideal for an affordable holiday in a developed city-state. From great shopping options, to fabulous museums, to stunning entertain options in Sentosa Island, Singapore promises a rich experience. With plenty of leisure time, this package is a great option for those who like to explore a destination on their own.
 
Inclusions
Return Airfare Ex-Hub ( including baggage )
Accommodation on twin sharing basis
03 Breakfast at hotel
Return Airport transfers on SIC basis
Half day city tour of Singapore on SIC basis
 
Itinerary
Day 1 : Arrival in Singapore 
Meals:No Meals
Description:
After arrival in Singapore, check in to your hotel and spend the day at leisure. Singapore is a model city, quite unlike any other in the world. It is dynamic, colorful and offers a harmonious blend of culture, cuisine, arts and architecture. Brimming with unbridled energy, this little South-East Asian dynamo embodies the finest of both the East and the West. In the evening you can opt for the Night Safari (optional tour on extra cost with pick-up and drop from the hotel) where you will be taken to the world's first wildlife park built for visits at night. Nestled amidst 40 hectares of lush green forests, it makes use of subtle lighting techniques, thereby letting visitors view over 1,000 nocturnal animals belonging to more than 100 different species in their natural habitats. Later, return to your hotel for a comfortable overnight stay.
 
Day 2 : Half Day City tour
Meals:Breakfast
Description:
After enjoying breakfast at the hotel, gear up for an exciting half-day city tour of Singapore. The tour will commence with a drive around the Civic District and cover Padang Cricket Club, Parliament House, Supreme Court and City Hall. Stop at the Merlion Park for incredibly stunning views of Marina Bay. Don’t forget to click pictures with the Merlion, a mythological creature, part lion and part fish! In the afternoon embark on a tour of Sentosa Island (optional tour with transfers on extra cost). A visit to Singapore will be incomplete without a tour of Sentosa Island, which has something for everyone and is known as Asia's Favorite Playground! The world-class attractions here are easily accessible and well-connected for endless fun! Sentosa tour highlights include: Images of Singapore, Dolphin Lagoon, Underwater World, Songs of the Sea, Skyride, Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom, 4D Magic, Jewel Cable Car Ride. The Images of Singapore in Sentosa is a museum that will take you back in time and will give you insights about the transformation of Singapore from a small fishing village to a vibrant multicultural society. It's a showcase not to be missed
 
Day 3 : Day Free For Leisure
Meals:Breakfast
After breakfast, enjoy the day at leisure or visit Universal Studios, (optional tour with transfers on extra cost) Asia's only Hollywood movie theme park featuring rides and attractions based on famous Hollywood animation movies such as Shrek, Battlestar Galactica and Madagascar. Experience death-defying stunts, explosions and an ocean of thrills at the Water World. Thereafter, take a walk into pre-history at the Jurassic Park Rapids Adventure. Also, visit the Hollywood Boulevard for a stroll down the famous Walk of Fame. Enjoy a comfortable overnight stay at hotel.
 
Day 4 : Departure from Singapore
Meals:Breakfast
STUNNING luxury resorts, world-renowned attractions and the recent launch of the ‘YourSingapore’ brand have all contributed to a significant increase in tourists from the Middle East, according to new figures from the Singapore Tourism Board (STB).Latest figures reveal the number of visitors from the Middle East to Singapore during the first half of this year grew by 23.21 per cent, compared with 2009, with nearly 55,000 visitors arriving from the region. 
 
The number of tourists from the UAE in particular increased from 21,756 to 23,248, a growth of 6.85 per cent.Singapore is also high on the list of holiday and business destinations for journeyers from other Arabic counties. During the same six months, numbers of visitors from Iran rose by 49.60 per cent, to more than 20,000 people, and tourists from Kuwait rose by 84.12 per cent. “2010 is such an exciting time for us. Singapore is becoming an even more popular global destination for visitors from the Middle East and we’re looking forward to welcoming more and more tourists from the region as the year progresses,” said Jason Ong, area director for Middle East and Africa, STB.
 
Strong growth comes in the wake of the opening of two new multi-billion dollar integrated resorts as part of Singapore’s transformation. These include Southeast Asia’s first-ever Universal Studios, located on Resorts World Sentosa, featuring 24 exciting rides and attractions and the world’s only Madagascar theme park.The amazing Marina Bay Sands has also helped Singapore gain a place on the international centre stage. This fully-integrated resort boasts six hotels with 963 rooms, designer shopping centres and six celebrity-chef restaurants and is already appealing to tourists with its magnificent nightlife, entertainment and luxury venues.
 
Tourists, along with residents of the city, have been told to minimise their exposure to the smog, and to avoid outdoor activities, putting many of the city’s attractions off-limits.The Singapore Flyer ferris wheel suspended operations yesterday, while the city’s famous skyscrapers, and the Gardens by the Bay horticultural project, are shrouded in haze.Outdoor attractions across the city, including the Adventure Cove Waterpark, have seen a dip in visitor numbers, Channel News Asia reports, and tour operators have been forced to adjust holiday itineraries, substituting outdoor activities for indoor ones.At least one sightseeing company, DUCKtours, has cancelled its trips, while Universal Studios Singapore has had to cancel some outdoor shows.
 
"Tourists are advised to minimise their exposure by limiting prolonged or heavy outdoor activities," said a spokesman."In particular, children, the elderly and those with heart or lung diseases, should seek medical treatment early if they feel unwell. STB is keeping a close watch on the situation."In an attempt to tackle the smog, President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono has ordered disaster officials to "mobilise all the country's resources" to extinguish the fires that are causing the problem. Indonesia's national disaster agency said two helicopters with cloud-seeding equipment were sent to Sumatra, where hundreds of hectares of carbon-rich peatland are ablaze.

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