Price: Land Only
Includes: 3 nights Orchard Parade hotel, 3 breakfasts, 1 lunch, 3 dinners, full tickets and tricycles, round-trip airport transfers
Child with bed: $689
Child With no bed: $589
Single room supplement: $309
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4Days 3Nights Singapore Highlights Tour
- Meet and Greet Driver at 11AM for Hainan Chicken Lunch and then transfer to the Hotel for Check-In. Relax and then later meet in the Hotel Lobby for Night Tour. (Standard check-in after 2PM)
- Enjoy a delicious Indian Buffet Dinner in the comfort of an air-conditioned restaurant. Head to Little India and see the world’s largest fountain, take in the beautiful sight of the central business district via Benjamin Sheares Bridge. Next, advance to Bugis Street or other night bazaars during festive period, where our guide will take you for a stroll at the night market. Our last stop for the evening will be at Smoke & Mirrors for a taste of Singapore’s very own concoction, ‘the Singapore Sling’.
- *Note: Type of drinks served for tour “With Singapore Sling”: *Adults-Singapore Sling *12 to 18 years old - Virgin Sling / *Under 12 years old - Soft Drinks
Hotel: Orchard Parade OR Hotel Jen Orchardgateway
- Breakfast in Hotel. Meet & Greet the Tour Guide in the Hotel Lobby for Morning City Tour.
- Start by driving around the Civic District, passing by the Padang, Cricket Club, historic Parliament House, Supreme Court and City Hall. Next, stop at the Merlion Park and enjoy the impressive views of Marina Bay. Great picture-taking opportunity with The Merlion, a mythological creature that is part lion and part fish. Visit Thian Hock Keng Temple, one of Singapore’s oldest Buddhist-Taoist temples, before driving past Chinatown. Stop by a Local Handicraft Centre and observe craftsmen at work. Proceed to the National Orchid Garden located within Singapore Botanic Gardens, which boasts a sprawling display of 60,000 orchid plants. Our final stop at Little India will fill you with the scent of joss sticks, jasmine and spices. Head to Smith Street for Lunch at Own Expense. * Note: Admission fee of S$5.00 to National Orchid Garden is included in the tour and is non-refundable if not utilized
- At Gardens by the Bay, discover exotic plants in the Flower Dome from 5 continents. Step into the Flower Dome, the largest glass greenhouse in the world and listed in the 2015 Guinness World Records! Be amazed by the display of flowers and plants from the Mediterranean and semi-arid regions. Walk in the Cloud Forest and marvel at the 35-metre tall indoor waterfall. Learn about rare plants and their fast-disappearing environment. Watch the SuperTree Grove come alive with an exhilarating display of light and sound at night! Be amazed with a birds-eye view of the city from the top of Marina Bay Sand’s Skypark – it is a roof like no other, perched 200 meters in the air with the observation deck in the clouds. *Note: Includes admission to two conservatories *Includes $5.00 dining voucher to be used at the SuperTree Dining outlets *Excludes admission to OCBC Skyway *Includes Marina Bay Sands’ SkyPark admission (Weather permitting)
Hotel: Orchard Parade OR Hotel Jen Orchardgateway
- Breakfast in Hotel. Meet & Greet the Driver only. Free to explore on your own until pickup for return from Aquarium at 2PM. Have lunch at own expense at Malaysia Food court. Free leisure time at hotel until Night Tour.
- Chinatown has also come a long way since the early days when Chinese immigrants made this enclave their home. Set against a backdrop of rich history and heritage, Chinatown is not to be missed especially in the evening when everything really comes alive. Learn how Traditional Chinese Medicine helps regulate Yin and Yang. Since ancient times, the Chinese have continued practices like acupuncture, moxibustion, tai chi and tui na to stay healthy. After dinner at a local Chinese restaurant, wander along the narrow lanes of the Night Market and hone your bargaining skills. Here street vendors sell anything from souvenirs to leather goods. The highlight of the evening is a trishaw ride that takes you through the alleyways of Chinatown and down to Clarke Quay. Then hop onto a bumboat for a cruise along the Singapore River to see Singapore lit up at night, showcasing beautifully restored shop houses, modern skyscrapers of the financial district, colonial buildings and the iconic Merlion statue.
- * Note: Dinner is served between 8.00pm to 8.15pm. *Drinks during dinner are not included. *Tour operates with a minimum of 02 adults. *Trishaw Ride is based on ‘twin-sharing’ basis. Tour not available during Formula 1 and Lunar New Year celebrations and Mid-Autumn Festival (Please check with us).
Hotel: Orchard Parade OR Hotel Jen Orchardgateway
- Breakfast in Hotel. Check-out Hotel. Meet & Greet Driver. Transfer to Singapore Changi Airport for return flight home. Hope you had a great time!
Singaporean Cuisine: Soy Sauce Chicken, Hainan Chicken, Bak Kut Teh
This is the gathering place of the Indian community in Singapore, where you can get a taste of India. At Diwali, the Hindu Festival of Lights, Little India is decorated into a splendid mythological world.There are a lot of daily necessities and other related Hindu items and It's a good place to shop for exotic things. Maybe bring home something as a souvenir. If you are interested, you can also taste the famous [Indian Milk Tea], or experience in groups of three or five [Indian Body Art (Mehndi aka Henna Tattoo). It is said that the full totem will bring you mysterious good fortune, and also let you add a charm of exotic.
Singapore Kampong Glam is a tree-like "gelam" tree growing around the marshes. It is a settlement of Muslims in Singapore. It previously was the activity center of the Malay royal family in the past. Today, the palace of the former Sultan has been transformed into a cultural heritage museum, showing the rich history of the Singaporean Malays. Kampong Glam is one of the cornerstones of Singapore's history and culture. In this wonderful place, you can experience the Malays' hospitality and learn the custom of Muslims. It is definitely a place to experience the Singapore's amalgum of cultures.
A bustling image of the streets of the central area of Chinatown – the old and new shops are in harmony, from family-run goldsmiths to medicinal herbs, from fabric stores to snack food courts. Among them, Smith Street is an open-air food street where you can find the most delicious local Chinese snacks. It is delicious and affordable. Some old stalls will remind you of the old Singapore and will transport you thru time. Dining experience is a must! You can stroll through the numerous alleys of Chinatown where you may find a variety of antique crafts made by craftsmen. They will show you the traditional Chinese art such as calligraphy, sculpture, puppets, Buddha statues and incense sticks. The traditional Chinese medicine shop maintains its traditional style and atmosphere.
【Jurong Bird Park】
Jurong Bird Park has a full range of birds. The 20.2-hectare Jurong Bird Park is located in the western corner of Singapore. It is the largest bird park in Asia. There are 400 species of more than 5,000 birds in addition to rare birds. Exhibitions and interactive performances will surely give you new apprecation for these beautiful birds.
【Gardens By The Bay】
With Sky Garden tickets, this 101-hectare super garden is the latest landmark in Singapore at a cost of $1 billion. The park is divided into three gardens: Bay Central Garden, Bay East Garden, and Bay South Garden. Visit one of the largest coastal South Gardens, with many huge Supertrees in the park, which are very eye-catching. These super trees are actually 16-stories vertical gardens, which are bridged to the air walkway surrounding the two “Sky Sky Trees” in a loop. The bird's eye view of Bay South Garden, Marina Bay Sands, Sihgapore Flyer (Ferris Wheel) and other Singapore signs. Like Pandora, from the film Avatar, you will be mesmerized by the beauty and mystery of nature, indulge in it, and then get lost in nature! Depending on the weather, there my be opportunity to lie on the garden lawn in the evening, look up at the night starry sky. Make sure to catch the dazzling light and beautiful music that is the [Beach Garden Light and Water Show] (This item is subject to the travel time and weather conditions of the day)
【Hotel Jen Orchardgateway】
Hotel Jen is the ideal starting point for your stay in Singapore. Located in the heart of Singapore's famous Orchard Road, the hotel is invigorated with the rhythm of the city and offers direct access to four major shopping centres for shopping sprees and many more. Nearby are many many restaurants serving a variety of cuisines.
TEL: +65 6708 8888
ADDRESS: 277 Orchard Road, 238858, Singapore
【Orchard Parade Hotel】
Food lovers will also be spoilt for choice with the wide selection of dining options in the immediate area that span local cafés all the way to Chinese and Western restaurants. Conveniently located at the beginning of Orchard Road, Orchard Parade Hotel is a short walk from the MRT station and the ideal starting point to explore Singapore’s iconic shopping street. For the nature lovers, UNESCO World Heritage Site of Singapore Botanic Gardens is only a 5-minute drive away.
TEL: +65 6737 1133
ADDRESS: 1 Tanglin Road, 247905, Singapore
Experience the wonderful fusion of taste from North and South India. We have a wide variety of Indian cuisine such as Tandoor dishes, Chettinaadu dishes and many more for your taste buds.
This long drink was developed sometime before 1915 by Ngiam Tong Boon, a Hainanese bartender working at the Long Bar in Raffles Hotel, Singapore. It was initially called the gin sling – a sling was originally a North American drink composed of spirit and water, sweetened and flavored.
【Hainan Chicken Rice】
Hainanese chicken rice is a dish adapted from early Chinese immigrants originally from Hainan province in southern China. It is considered one of the national dishes of Singapore.
【Soy Sauce Chicken Rice】
Soy sauce chicken is a traditional Cantonese cuisine dish made of chicken cooked with soy sauce. It is considered as a siu mei dish in Hong Kong. The strong flavour of soy sauce usually covers up the taste of chicken.
【Pork Bone Soup - Bak Kut Teh】
In Klang, bak kut teh or “pork bone tea” is a herbal bone broth often, but not always, served with a plate of rice slicked with fragrant shallot oil. It has a Hokkien identity even though there are Teochew and Cantonese iterations of the dish around the Klang Valley and elsewhere in Malaysia and Singapore, including southern Thailand.
Terms & Conditions
- Tours are conducted in English with tour pick-up/drop-off from/to hotel located in Taipei.
- There is no compulsory or hidden shopping stops included in the itinerary.
- Tipping is not compulsory. Tipping guideline for guide & driver: US$ 8.00 / PAX / DAY
- 3 Night Hotel With Breakfast
- 1 Lunch
- Chinese and English Speaking Tour Guide.
- Trishaw Ride and Scenic Boat Tour Of Marina Bay
- Excludes admission to OCBC Skyway
- 2 Lunches (Street Market and Sentosa Food Court)
- Adults-Singapore Sling
- 12 to 18 years old - Virgin Sling
- Under 12 years old - Soft Drinks
- Note: Admission fee of S$5.00 to National Orchid Garden is included in the tour and is non-refundable if not utilized
- Trishaw: Tour not available during Formula 1 and Lunar New Year celebrations and Mid-Autumn Festival (Please check with us).
- Trishaw Ride is based on ‘twin-sharing’ basis.