Holiday to Singapore: an enticing and enamoring experience
A holiday in Singapore will leave you with warm memories as you explore this small nation bustling with life presenting before you a fusion of multi-ethnic cultures as a Chinese restaurant and a Hindu temple greet you along the same street.
A tour to Singapore makes for a breezy, high-spirited sabbatical wherein you can go on a ride on Singapore Flyer, share breakfasts with orangutans in the Singapore Zoo, admire the picturesque beauty of the Sentosa Island, dig into some yummy cuisines of every flavor, enjoy beach sports & games, go for a heart-thumping Night Safari and also go for a shopping spree.
While Sentosa Island holds the key to the country’s fine beaches & rich history, famous tourist spots like Orchard Road and Little India are heavens for serial shoppers. With cafes, eateries, restaurants and stalls lining the roadside, your tongue & teeth will be happily busy! Nighttime junkies will find Singapore’s pulsating night life just irresistible while those looking for eternal serenity can find solace in the soulful Hindu temples.
Jurong Bird Park (Asia’s largest bird park) is another must-visit where you can get close with some of the raving, screaming birds and also the largest man-made waterfall in the world. Your holiday in Singapore can be a really enticing, exciting & enamoring experience.
Where to stay: Singapore, being Asia’s richest nation, has no dearth of luxurious resorts & hotels. But if you are looking for affordable budget hotels, you will find them in plenty as well. Also, you can buy a Singapore holiday package, inclusive of Singapore sightseeing and a well-informed Singapore travel guide, to have a pleasant, memorable & hassle-free trip.
Major Singapore attractions: During your holiday in Singapore, you must make sure to tick off the following hotspots from your must-visit lists:
• Sentosa Island
• Statue of Merlion (at Sentosa)
• Underwater World (at Sentosa)
• Singapore Zoo
• Jurong Bird Park
• Night Safari
• Haw Par Villa Tiger Balm Gardens
• Ming Village
• Orchard Road
• Little India
• Mount Faber
When to visit: A tour to Singapore can be planned round the year since the weather & climate of this exhilarating country are friendly all the time. But to dig into some excellent food & get a taste of local riotous festivals, the best time to visit Singapore would be July.
Local festivals: Singapore celebrates a number of festivals with great pomp & fanfare. Be it the colorful Thaipusam (February) or the Hindu festival of ‘Diwali’ (October-September) or the Christmas (December). Other popular festivals include the Thimithi, Lunar New Year and the raucous Chingay Parade. Also, if you plan your holiday in Singapore in July, then you can catch up with ‘The Singapore Food Festival’ and ‘The Great Singapore Sale’ as well.
Emergency Number: Singapore Tourist Info- 1800 736 2000/ 6736 6622
Ajay Kumar - About Author:
Author is associated with Hungry Bags a leading travel portal of Asia which is known for its affordable and cost effective Singapore Holiday Package and provides best tour to Singapore to give you the best Singapore Holiday experience.
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