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Suggested Journeys

Singapore


Journey Highlights

  • Bumboat ride
  • Botanical Garden
  • Merlion Park
  • Marina Bay Sands
  • The Padang
  • Thian Hock Keng Temple
  • Garden by the Bay
Glimpse of Singapore

Glimpse of Singapore

Visit Singapore in 4 days: what to do, what to see? This program includes some ideas and favorites based on an average 4-day in the city. Marina Bay remains one of the emblems of Singapore and rightly so. Everything is there: luxury, excess and futuristic architecture. The magnificent Garden by the Bay is a must during your visit to Singapore, this futuristic-looking park is known in particular for its large illuminated trees, called “Supertrees”, which seem straight out of Avatar.  Singapore Botanic Garden Listed by UNESCO is a must. Strolling through this huge garden in the middle of the city is a real bowl of peace and tranquility. And don’t forget the river ride on traditional boat (the “bumboat”) to get a special perspective on the best to see along Singapore River!

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Journey Highlights

  • Bumboat ride
  • Botanical Garden
  • Merlion Park
  • Marina Bay Sands
  • Garden by the Bay
  • Thian Hock Keng Temple
  • Sri Mariamman Temple
  • Little India
  • Arab Street
  • The Padang
Meet Singapore

Meet Singapore

In Singapore there is so much to do and there is something for everyone: nature, city marathon, shopping temples, food courts galore, temples and museums, theme parks and attractions. We organized this program to give you the best for the time you have. The zoo is huge and you’ll discover new species such as the Babirusa pig and the pygmy hippopotamus. In the Botanical Garden see what type of flora evolves on this side of the world and in the rain forests. Take advantage of the small themed gardens so you focus on your special interest: the garden of evolution, that of perfumes or medicinal plants. Gardens by the Bay is the second and last botanical garden in Singapore. Its futuristic looks with its “Supertrees” make it famous in the world. The districts of Little India, Chinatown and Kampong Glam are essential to understand Singapore. Don't miss the Merlion snd the nightlife by Clarke Quay. The compulsive shoppers will find paradise in the gigantic malls is on the side of Orchards!

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Journey Highlights

  • Bumboat ride
  • Botanical Garden
  • Merlion Park
  • Marina Bay Sands
  • Garden by the Bay
  • Thian Hock Keng Temple
  • Sri Mariamman Temple
  • Little India
  • Arab Street
  • The Padang
  • Dingapore Flyer
  • Universa Studios
All of Singapore

All of Singapore

When you wonder what to do in Singapore and you see all the possibilities of visit and all the places of interest, you quickly understand that it takes well more than 2 or 3 days to visit Singapore ... Even if you do not know the places of interest before a first trip to the city-state, you very quickly realize on the spot that the city is huge and that there are many things to see or to do when visiting. The Singaporean population consists of Chinese, Indian and Malaysian. These different origins offer a truly impressive diversity on many levels: language, religion, culture or even culinary specialties. Therefore, it is almost imperative to these 3 districts for an essential understanding of the city. Indeed, these districts provide a better perception of the impressive cultural diversity that makes up Singapore: Chinatown for the strongest city roots, Little India for a dive into Indian culture and Kampong Glam for Malaysian (and therefore Muslim) culture.

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