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Explore Singapore Tours with us

Welcome to the Lion City, a place where both cutting-edge and age-old cultures go hand in hand. A contemporary garden city, Singapore is a champion of renewable green spaces and new energy, with the inception of Gardens by the Bay and the Singapore Night Safari changing the way the modern world defines natural landscapes. Indeed, curated Singapore tours and tickets, reveal Chinese shophouses and old-school wet markets, the streets of Little India, and colonial architecture, all a nod to this city’s rich heritage.
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Our tips for Singapore

  • Chews wisely. Singapore’s strict vandalism laws extend to chewing gum, too. Importing gum is illegal and can result in harsh penalties and even prison time! Chewing gum is still permitted though, just be sure to dispose of it properly; littering is also a punishable offense.
  • Take the crossing. Jaywalking is another no-no in this city. Don’t get caught in the crosshairs during your Singapore sightseeing adventures, wait for the lights before crossing the road.
  • Don’t take a rain check. Singapore is hot and humid, with showers on the cards year-round. Luckily, rain doesn’t usually last long, so pack an umbrella and stick with Singapore tours, sunshine is coming.
  • Safety is synonymous with Singapore. Singapore is one of the safest cities in the world, so travelers rest assured that if they keep valuables close, they shouldn’t face any trouble. For immediate assistance in an emergency, call 999. Complying with local laws, even petty crime can result in swift and harsh punishment by law enforcers.

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Touted as the ‘Lion City’ or the ‘Garden City’, Singapore offers a glimpse into a mélange of cultures brought together by its Asian immigrants and has a reputation for ornate gardens and architectural gems that enchant visitors every year to this Southeast Asian Island nation. With over 63 satellite islands and one main island, Singapore has the third-highest population density and second-highest GDP per capita in the world.

Alongside the more famed Singapore attractions, both local life and business keep ticking, with fine dining, luxe shopping, and award-winning hotels all calling the city home. Just as this city-state looks forward, it celebrates its past too. A delve beyond the high-rises reveals thriving cultural enclaves.

Singapore’s Botanic Gardens are a UNESCO World Heritage site with a history of over 150 years. The city is home to the world’s first night zoo – Singapore Night Safari. Singapore also played host to the world’s first-ever Formula 1 Night race at its Marina Bay Street Circuit. Add to that, it is one of the greenest cities in the world with over half of its area under green cover.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: What is the best time to visit Singapore?

    Singapore remains hot and humid year-round, and showers occur often, although usually not lasting long. Singapore’s stable weather also means there’s no ‘best time’ for a visit, although it’s advisable to avoid national holidays and global events like the Grand Prix in September if you’re looking to minimize costs.

  • Q: How to get around Singapore?

    The city stays true to form with a comprehensive and super-efficient train system, the MRT, which means navigating around Singapore attractions couldn’t be easier. Add to that, the city’s bus system also offers cheap, far-reaching travel, meaning it’s easier than ever to see all the sights on a budget. However, taxis can be expensive but are a good option for those looking to reach destinations further afield from the city center.

  • Q: What are the top attractions to see in Singapore?

    Marina Bay is a tourist hotspot in Singapore that holds events like Formula One Singapore Grand Prix annually. Don’t forget to check out the Supertree Grove in the futuristic Gardens by the Bay and Marina Bay Sands Skypark. For adventure seekers, Singapore Zoo and Night Safari are a must.

  • Q: What are the top free things to do in Singapore?

    While Garden City can be quite expensive, you can try some endearing experiences that are not too heavy on the wallet. We recommend visiting Buddha Tooth Relic Temple on South Bridge Road, going for a sunrise hike on Mount Faber, taking a stroll at Changi Point Boardwalk, mooching around at the Arts House and Gardens by the Bay, and enjoying a free concert at Esplanade.

  • Q: When is the festival season in Singapore?

    The festivities begin in Singapore from December to February with Christmas and Chinese New Year. However, the shopping festival starts in June and remains till August. Shopaholics can buy from major brands at highly discounted prices. 

  • Q: Is Singapore expensive?

    Singapore is famous for being expensive when it comes to food and lodging. However, you can explore Singapore on a modest budget by visiting in the shoulder season and getting good deals on tour packages.

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