Singapore Michelin Gourmet Luxury Tour - 8 Days

Overview

Merlion Park │ Marina Bay SkyPark│ Parliament House│ Resort World Sentosa│ Gardens by The Bay│ Super Tree│ Scenic Boat Tour of Marina Bay│Little India│ Crane Dance│ Laser Show

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Itinerary

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You can choose major airlines to fly to Singapore (Singapore Airlines already flies directly to Singapore in November). Take the evening flights of major airlines to Singapore, City of Gardens, and start a wonderful holiday in the island city.

Arriving at Singapore Airport, you will be picked up by a Sonic Travel Representative. Enjoy Hainanese chicken rice, which is one of the most representative local foods. The restaurant “This restaurant is definitely no stranger to this 30-year-old brand. And its chicken rice is even sold to Indonesia, Japan, South Korea and the Philippines, and its reputation spread to other Asian countries. After lunch, check into the Fullerton Hotel to rest.
Gather at about 7pm and walk to the Lions Park. People take a boat to circle the [Singapore River], one of the main rivers in Singapore. The river starts from Singapore’s central business district and pours south into the sea. Walking along the river, you can visit many monumental landmarks and buildings, such as the Merlion Park, Raffles Landing Site, Singapore’s Old Parliament House Art House, and Singapore’s Victoria Memorial Hall.
After the cruise, enjoy a walk for dinner. “Palm Beach Seafood Restaurant” is often listed as one of the most popular resturants in the city, and has received outstanding services from food bloggers such as Singapore Tourism Board, Singapore Tatras and food reviewers.

Lunch, Dinner

After breakfast at hotel, we will visit Malay Cultural Village “Kampong Glam”. Kampong Glam is indeed glam (short for “glamorous” in English, meaning glamorous). This area has an eclectic mix of history, culture and fashion lifestyle. You will definitely fall in love with the food here. There are delicious padang curry rice (nasi padang, steamed rice with a variety of dishes) and Malay pastries (kuih) that are full of local characteristics, as well as various flavors of the Middle East, Japan, Swedish and Mexican cuisine. Haji Lane is a popular destination for shopaholics, with a wide variety of multi-brand stores, exotic boutiques, fashionable bars and cafes lined up along the street. Or go to Arab Street and Bussorah Street to shop for traditional goods such as Persian carpets and kebaya dresses (traditional Peranakan clothing), as well as hand-made perfumes.
Taste the best authentic traditional Peranakan food for lunch.

As one of the oldest Nyonya restaurants in Singapore, there are countless traditional dishes on the menu, and the choice of dishes may be laborious. Visit the museums and shops outside the restaurant to experience the traditional Nyonya style. After lunch, go to Singapore Peranakan Culture Museum – this first-class museum has exquisite cultural relics and interesting exhibitions, showing you Singapore’s vibrant Peranakan community and its history.
In the afternoon, enjoy the Singapore Sling cocktail, which is regarded as a national drink. It was first prepared by bartender Yan Chongwen at Raffles Singa-pore in 1915. The Singapore Sling cocktail uses gin as the base wine, pineapple juice as the main ingredient, and red pomegranate juice, lime juice and Dom Benedic-tine. The cherry brandy and orange-flavored white wine make it appear elegant and charming pink. Bartender Yan Chongwen deliberately chose rose red as the main color of this cocktail. Pass by car view (Parliament Building, High Court, City Hall, Prime Minister’s Office, Victoria Theatre, Centennial Suspension Bridge, Raffles Hotel, St. Andrew’s Church, Praise Plaza). Afterwards, return to the hotel to rest.
After dinner gathering, go to “Lao Pa Sat”. It is the oldest market in Singapore, Lau Pa Sat combines history, unique architectural design and local cuisine to give you a unique experience. This market has been transformed into a cooked food center, serving the best local cuisine. Taste cold beer and Hainanese chicken rice in Singapore’s most charming food center, and revel in the elegant old world charm.

Breakfast, Lunch

After Breakfast at hote, depart for Little India, the most famous Indian community in Singapore. This long-established, bustling and bustling community not only displays a vibrant culture, but also offers a dazzling array of products for purchase. Walk along the surrounding streets and admire the harmonious coexistence of Hindu temples, Chinese temples, mosques and Christian churches.
When you arrive here, be sure to enjoy [snacks] local delicacies such as roti prata (roti prata round pancakes) and Milk Tea(Malay teh tarik), which will surely make you appetite. Appreciating how the masters of tea brewing make hot milk tea is a wonderful performance technique.
Next, I will have breakfast [Bak Kut Teh]-a name that has surrounded many memories of Singaporeans since 1969. A diligent young man, Mr. Yang Yingsong, upholds a persevering attitude. Starting from the small stall selling Teochew-style Bak Kut Teh, he has been building and consolidating his knowledge and learning. Later, he innovated a number of unique and unique dishes Complementary side dishes. This Bak Kut Teh has no medicinal flavor, but a peppery pork bone soup. The soup is delicious and delicious. It can be paired with the pickles that Singaporeans like to pair with when eating Bak Kut Teh.
[Orchard Road Shopping Center]: Orchard Road, located in the center of Singapore, is Singapore’s largest and most prosperous tourist shopping street, and it is also a must-see for tourists who come to Singapore. The shopping malls here are full of tourists, and various large, medium and small department stores, hotels, restaurants and entertainment venues are located on both sides of the avenue, which can be called a shopping paradise. After free shopping at DFS, proceed to dinner.
[Chinatown] The streets in the central area of ​​Chinatown are bustling elephants-old and new shops are in harmony with each other, from the family-run gold jewelry shop to the medicinal material shop, from the cloth shop to the dim sum food court. Among them, Smith Street (Smith Street) is an open-air food street, where you can find the most delicious local Chinese snacks, delicious and affordable. Some old-fashioned stalls allow you to revisit the old Singapore and invite everyone to experience this special Dining experience! You can stroll through the many alleys of Chinatown, and you will see various antique crafts made by craftsmen. You can learn about Chinese traditional arts such as calligraphy, carving, puppets, Buddha statues and incense candle making. The traditional Chinese medicine store maintains a traditional look, and there are so many small drawers that dazzle people.
You can enjoy a local special lunch “Michelin” fried chicken rice-(Guests at their own expense, about SGD 3-5 per person)
Free time after staying at the Sands Hotel

Breakfast, Dinner

After Breakfast at hotel, head for the “Marina Bay Sands Shopping Mall” where you can experience a wonderful shopping trip every day. As the largest luxury shopping mall in Singapore, you will browse all kinds of international luxury brands and all emerging brands. At the same time, you can also experience a variety of rich food in the shopping mall. After shopping, continue your Singapore food experience. After the dazzling, prepare to salivate.
If you’re tired of shopping, there is a selection of attractive restaurants in the Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands. The restaurant’s meals cover Asia, Europe and America. You can enjoy familiar delicacies or try novel dishes, or just sip a sip of coffee to rejuvenate yourself. Then walk back to the hotel to rest.
Gather in the hotel lobby at the designated time and walk to Gardens by the Bay. The two largest column-free cold rooms in the world: Flower Dome and Cloud Forest-tickets are at your own expense. The free-standing, unsupported glass roof covers the vast space, and when you look around, there are no columns obstructing the view. In addition to showing the ultra-modern design concept, the two cold rooms also use advanced high-efficiency energy-saving technology.
As night arrives, the colorful light show (Garden Rhapsody) will dazzle you. In the jungle of giant trees, mesmerizing lights are staged every night. At dinner, guests will be gathered to enjoy the nutrition and price. The recipes are based on the original medicinal diet, and more than 100 kinds of traditional and modern dishes have been newly developed, including various dishes and traditional medicated diet tonic soup “Hongrentang Chinese Restaurant.”

Breakfast, Dinner

After breakfast in hotel, head to Mount Faber, Singapore’s second highest mountain range, formerly known as Telok Blangah Hill. Madras engineer Captain Charles Edward Faber (Captain Charles Edward Faber). In order to install the signal station, a winding path leading to the top of the mountain was built. After that, in order to commemorate the captain, the mountain was renamed Mount Faber in July 1845.
The best way to take a cable car to enter Singapore’s emerging paradise-Sentosa Island. Imagine looking out through the transparent glass window in the sky. Not far away, the colorful Sentosa Island attracts you, and Mount Faber is lush and lush. The trees are full of natural freshness. Sitting in the spacious carriage, lazily moving with the cable car, you can have a panoramic view of the scenery under your feet. You can also go to the cable car museum on Sentosa Island to see all the different types of cable cars. There is also a Lego cable car made of small pieces of Lego. You can be the only one in the world. Sit in the special cable car to experience the childlike fun
[Sentosa Resorts World] This 49-hectare entertainment city occupies almost 10 hectares of Sentosa Island. The entertainment city occupies almost one-tenth of Sentosa Island. It integrates entertainment, leisure, accommodation, food and shopping for you Bring an unprecedented and unparalleled new travel experience. Among them, the “Festival Avenue” runs through the heart of Resorts World Sentosa. It is a world-class avenue that integrates shopping, dining and entertainment, and is the best choice for leisure and entertainment.
Lunch Voucher: Selection of Asian Street Food
Stroll through the ancient towns of Malaysia and taste the most famous street vendor food in Malaysia-Malaysian Food Street, not to be missed!
Here you can taste authentic dishes from all over the Malay Peninsula, such as Kuala Lumpur Claypot Rice, Penang Hokkien Mee, Klang Bak Kut Teh and so on.
After dinner, the Crane Ballet, which arrives at Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore, is the world’s largest outdoor electromechanical performance so far. Crane dancing is staged at the Seaside Square at 8 o’clock every night. It uses breakthrough audio-visual technology, combined with lighting and water effects, to perfectly depict the crane Elegant courtship dance. The huge iron crane soars dexterously in the phantom of the water body and the light effect, which makes people amazed.

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After breakfast, arrange your own activities. Gather at the appointed time, set off for the airport, and end the pleasant journey!

Cost Includes

  • -Non-Shopping Tour
  • -Transportation
  • -Lodging
  • -English and Chinese Speaking Tour Guide
  • -Meals (Listed)

Cost Excludes

  • -Tips for Tour Guide and Driver is $10 per person per day.