Singapore Tour

A View of the Singapore City at Night.

One of the prettiest destinations of the world, Singapore, in all its beauty and glory, is a sure shot place for vacationing. A holiday here can unfold a deep sense of mystery, comfort, adventure, romance and fun. Brought to world prominence by Sir Stamford Raffles, a 19th century British civil servant, in 1819, Singapore offers you many avenues to unwind yourself.

You can explore places like Jurong Bird Park, East Coast Park, Singapore Zoo and so on, then the night life has the sizzling tours to Sentosa Island, The Night Safari and The Disney Adventure Ride at Clarke Quay.

Singapore is known for its shopping carnival that takes place every year. Orchard Road, Tanglin Mall, Centrepoint, Suntec City Mall and Plaza Singapura are some of the popular shopping centers in Singapore that you can explore during your Singapore Tour.

Location

The 'Lion City' of Singapore is the centerpiece of Southeast Asia. Situated off the southern extremity of the Malay Peninsula at the narrowest point of the Strait of Malacca, Singapore comprises of 63 small islands.

Area

Spread over an area of 710 sq km, Singapore is a stunning destination waiting to be explored by you during your tour to Singapore.

Population

According to the latest survey, Singapore has a population of about 5 million people.

Language

Chinese, Malay, Tamil and English are the official languages of Singapore. Mandarin is also one of the popular languages of Singapore.

Currency

Singapore Dollar (SGD) is the currency of Singapore.

Climate

Singapore enjoys a pleasant tropical climate almost round the year. During the day average temperature varies from 28 to 32 degrees Celsius and at night it varies from 23 to 27 degrees Celcius. Singapore enjoys the rainy season from November till February.

Tourist Attractions

Singapore Zoo, Jurong Bird Park, Singapore Night Safari, Underwater World Singapore, Butterfly Park Singapore, World War II Sites in Singapore, Singapore Cruises, Sentosa Island, Sungei Buloh Nature Park, Chinatown, Singapore History Museum, Crocodile Farm and Marina South City Park.

How to Reach

  • Air: Singapore Changi Airport is located at a distance of about 20 km northeast of the city of Singapore. Having two terminals, Singapore Changi Airport is well connected with all the major countries and cities of the world. Sahara, Kingfisher, Spice and Deccan are some of the popular airlines operating regular flights to and from Singapore.
  • Rail: Reaching Singapore by train is a great experience. You can easily board the Eastern & Oriental Express to enjoy a comfortable ride to Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand. Moreover, KTM Trains also run between Singapore and Malaysia.

Photo by Arian Zwegers

Published On: Friday, July 26th, 2013