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Singapore Tour Packages

Singapore is undoubtedly one of the most visited cities amongst tourists from all across the globe. If you want to experience the best of this country, then opt for meticulously-planned Singapore tour packages by Indian Holiday. Extremely popular for its tourist attractions and nightlife, this beautiful city is also quite technologically advanced.

Popular Singapore Holiday Packages

Tour Name Duration Price
Affordable Singapore Tour 3 Nights/ 4 Days INR 13,500
Joyful Singapore Itinerary 5 Days 4 Nights/ 5 Days On Request
Super Singapore Trip 5 Nights/ 6 Days INR 41,500
Singapore with Cruise Tour 6 Nights/ 7 Days On Request
Singapore Malaysia Thailand Tour Package 10 Nights/ 11 Days INR 53,500
Singapore and Malaysia Tour 6 Nights/ 7 Days INR 36,000


In this 'Little Red Dot' of Asia, you have so much to explore. During your Singapore trip, you get a chance to absorb a culture that is an assortment of Malay, Chinese and Indian influences. Indulge in shopping at the popular markets and gorge on lip-smacking cuisines in due course of your memorable Singapore vacations. Although small in size, this island-city has a lot in store for avid travelers.

The gift of a family holiday in Singapore is an unforgettable thrill. In addition, it is also a wonderful honeymoon destination. For this reason, the newly-wedded couple loves to book a Singapore trip from India with a cruise to curate memories for a lifetime. The 'Garden City' offers delightful opportunities to walk hand in hand through a plethora of lush gardens here. With this sojourn, honeymooners can realize their dream of eclectic holidays.

The Singapore tour packages from India offered by IHPL cater to all the needs of the travelers wishing to visit the destination. Owing to a number of attractions and recreational activities, the city keeps visitors on toes. Thus, in order to explore so many places in the best possible way, these well-planned Singapore packages may come to your assistance.

Choose the best and leave the rest to us. We guarantee you an amazing vacation to Singapore from India. Needless to say that the cultural diversity of the place is reflected in its major festivals and extensive ethnic cuisines. Thus, it is a great idea to plan your trip during any of the major festivals here. To explore the heritage of the island city, do visit the Botanical Garden which is the first UNESCO World Heritage Site here.

Besides, Singapore packages from India consist of comprehensive itineraries covering the famous attractions namely the Merlion Park, Marina Bay, Universal Studios, etc. Taking care of all your travel needs, these packages provide ample opportunities to make the most of your Singapore holidays.

Singapore Visa for Indians

Indian passport holders can submit an online application for a Singapore visa. It is safe to apply for the visa 30 days prior to your visit. Singapore tourist visa allows you to stay in the country for a maximum of 30 days with a validity of 2 years and your passport should have a validity of a minimum of 6 months from the date of arrival.

Best places to visit in Singapore during your trip

The land of sky-rocketing buildings, Singapore is known for its fast-paced growth. The place is spotted many man-made wonders that attract travelers from all over the world. Here are the best places to visit in Singapore.

  • Gardens by the Bay - This nature park spanning over 250 acres of reclaimed land beside the marine reservoir is known for its excellent super tree grove made of 12 super trees. This is a botanical park along the waterfront with about 4, 00,000 plants and impressive architecture. There are three waterfront gardens in the park namely Bay South Garden, Bay East Garden, and Bay Central Garden. The most beautiful look of the park could be witnessed at night when the area glitters with colorful lights.
  • Singapore Botanic Garden - This UNESCO world heritage site is known as the first children park in the world. The park is home to the most exquisite collection of flora and fauna which is first of its kind in Asia. The tremendous horticultural attractions and rich history make this place a star attraction in Singapore.
  • Singapore Zoo - Spanning over a vast land of 70 acres in the Upper Seletar Region, this is regarded as the best zoo in the world. One of the major attractions in the park is the Rainforest Kidzworld, a children's play area. This lush tropical wonderland is home to over 3600 mammal, birds, and reptiles while a large colony resided by Orangutans makes it an outstanding place for wildlife and one of the best attractions in Singapore.
  • Chinatown - Without visiting this bustling place your Singapore tour is incomplete. Chinatown is popular for authentic Chinese food and vibrant shops selling souvenirs and traditional Chinese products. Here you can visit the impressive Hindu temples Sri Mariamman and Buddha Tooth Relic temple. One of the most beautiful Chinese temples, Thian Hock Keng also worth visit.
  • S.E.A. Aquarium - This impressive aquarium makes for the best spot for a family outing in Singapore. Home to more than 100,000 marine species, the place offers an outstanding experience to visitors of all age groups. One can interact with exotic marine life such as Sting Rays, Turtles, Sharks, and Coral Reefs. Also, inside the complex, you can have the experience of swimming with dolphins.

Things to do in Singapore on your trip

Despite being a small island, the modern city of Singapore is packed with so much to travel around. You can relish both urban and natural attractions in this mega-metropolis city. The things to do in Singapore is elongated and diverse. The selection of the best things to do in Singapore was not an easy task. Here is a list of top things to do in Singapore:

  • Plan a day trip at National Gallery Singapore: Singapore's 19th-century historic city hall and old Supreme Court edifices now form the city's awe-inspiring National Gallery. It is an extremely popular tourist attraction in Singapore. This National gallery is a suitable home for art lovers, is one of the world's most important surveys of colonial and post-colonial Southeast Asian Art.
  • Educate yourself at Science Center Singapore: The science center vitrines a wide range of motivating educational resources, as well as interactive exhibitions, games and presentations is the best place to plan your tour with your family and kids.
  • Go clubbing at Clarke Quay: Clarke Quay is the premier nightspots hub in Singapore. As soon as the sundown, Clarke Quay transforms into a sparkling and vibrant nightclub. It is one of the best Singapore tourist attractions to enjoy your nightlife with your friends and your loved ones.
  • Singapore River Cruise: Whether an exciting trip to Sentosa Islands, a relaxing family trip or a romantic escape with your beloved at the Genting cruise in Singapore. We offer Singapore packages for couples or the family tour package with a flattering discount from time to time.
  • Fly a jumbo jet at flight Experience in Singapore: For a unique experience in Singapore, you can head to the flight experience center on Raffles Avenue to wing your very own Boeing. You get your own licensed pilot to guide you through the take-off and landing, which can last up to 90 minutes. One of the best Singapore tourist places to visit with your family and kids.

Famous Indian restaurants in Singapore?

There are a plethora of best places to eat and dine in Singapore. Dotted with eccentric restaurant choices and endless possibilities for all types of foodies. There is a long list of restaurants where you must try famous local cuisines and Indian Cuisines. A diverse throng of flavors and the place where the foodies meet. Singapore is famous for its internationally fused cuisine and captivating food culture. We offer the best choice of seafood varieties and Indian dishes. Here is the grand list of best South and North Indian Restaurants in Singapore.

Best South Indian restaurants in Singapore

  • Komala Vilas Restaurant
  • Annalakshmi Restaurant
  • Amaravati Restaurant
  • MTR Restaurant
  • Mustard Restaurant
  • Murugan Idli Shop
  • Mancha's Restaurant
  • Gayatri restaurant
  • Shakunthala's restaurant
  • Ananda Bhavan
  • Samy's Curry Restaurant
  • Royal Indian Restaurant Singapore

Best North Indian restaurants in Singapore

  • Rang Mahal – Fine Dining Indian Restaurant
  • Khansama Tandoori Restaurant
  • Shahi Maharani
  • Kailash Parbat Restaurant
  • Jaggi's Northern Indian Cuisine
  • Punjab Grill
  • Aromas of India
  • Royal Indian Restaurant Singapore
  • Maharajah Boat Quay
  • Tandoori Corner
  • Zaffron Kitchen East Coast
  • The Curry Culture

Singapore's Famous Food:

It's no great secret that Singapore is a food obsessive's ecstasy. However, the city has been busy with talk about how Singapore keeps its hawker heritage alive. Foodstuff in Singapore hails from everywhere. Singapore cuisine can be divided into five varieties: seafood, rice, noodles, meat, and dessert. If there's anything that ties the boundless array of Singaporean food together, it's how decent they create humble ingredients taste.

Singapore's Famous Food Items:

  • Chili Crab – The National Dish of Singapore
  • Bak Kut Teh – Pork Rib Soup/ Meat Bone Tea
  • Kaya Toast with Kopi – The National Breakfast of Singapore
  • Murtabak – Stuffed Omelette Pancake
  • Hainanese Chicken
  • Otak Otak
  • Char Kway Teow – Famous local food of Singapore 
  • Dim Sum 
  • Curry Laksa 
  • Pork Satay

Famous Indian Food in Singapore:

  • Nasi biryani – Pungent Fried Rice Dish
  • Fish head Curry
  • Indian Rojak
  • Roti Prata – South Indian Flatbread
  • Chicken Wrap 
  • Paneer Wrap
  • Indian Pickle of mixed vegetables
  • Thosai

Best places to enjoy Singapore Nightlife:

Singapore is the land of glamor and elegances. Experience Singapore's flourishing nightlife entertainment scenes. The best nightlife in Singapore is centered in the city center. The sophisticated and glamorous pubs, bars and nightclubs along with captivating light, loud sound and cocktail invite the tourists from across the world. The Clarke Quay along with the riverside region is some of Singapore's most praised nightlife areas. A horde of bars with great dance clubs such as Zirca Mega Club and Attica Club offers you an energetic enthusiasm. Here is the list of the famous Singapore bars and clubs.

  • Clarke Quay – Wine and Dine by the waterfront
  • Pub Crawl
  • Zouk Club
  • Marina Bay Sands casino
  • Pangea Club – Dance the night away
  • Sentosa Beach Bars
  • 1-Altitude – The Highest rooftop bar 
  • Club Street – Chinatown
  • Geylang

Famous shopping places in Singapore:

This tiny island nation packs in more shopping malls than any other country in the world. It is well up with the best shopping destination in the world. The famous Orchard Road still be carried away by the sheer size and variety of malls. Chinatown Singapore shopping mall and Little India are great shopping destinations. The street market is an enjoyable and friendly shopping experience not to be missed either. Here are the best shopping places in Singapore. 

  • Orchard Road – Vivacious Shopping 
  • Chinatown Street Market
  • Vivo City – Gallery for Lifestyle
  • Marina Bay – Shopping Binge Exemplified 
  • Little India
  • Haji Lane – Boutiques Corner 
  • Clarke Quay – Shopping center for fashionistas 
  • Mustafa Centre
  • Bugis Street Market 
  • Raffles City Shopping Centre

Most Beautiful Hindu Temples in Singapore:

Hinduism has a prolonged history in Singapore. Traditionally, upon entering a Hindu temple, you'll see an array of deities and effigies arranged around the temple ramparts. Are you looking to visit Hindu Temples in Singapore? These are the list of some beautiful Indian temples in Singapore.

  • Sri Thendayuthapani Temple
  • Sri Senpaga Vinayagar Temple
  • Sri Vadapathira Kaliamman Temple
  • Sri Sivan Temple
  • Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple
  • Sri Siva Durga Temple
  • Shree Maha Mariamman Temple
  • Sri Ruthra Kaliamman Temple
  • Sri Krishnan Bagawana Temple
  • Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple


Explore our Best Singapore Holiday Packages from India

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Singapore Malaysia Thailand Tour Package
10 N / 11 D

Singapore - Kuala Lumpur - Pattaya - Bangkok

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Affordable Singapore Tour
3 N / 4 D

Singapore

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13,500
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Joyful Singapore Itinerary 5 Days
4 N / 5 D

Singapore

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Singapore & Bali Tour
6 N / 7 D

Singapore - Bali

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Super Singapore Trip
5 N / 6 D

Singapore - Sentosa Island

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41,500
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Singapore with Cruise Tour
6 N / 7 D

Singapore – Cruise

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Singapore and Malaysia Tour
6 N / 7 D

Singapore - Kuala Lumpur

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Singapore Malaysia Thailand Tour with Cruise
10 N / 11 D

Bangkok - Pattaya - Putrajaya - Kuala Lampur - Genting Highlands - Singapore (Cruise) - Singapore

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Singapore Extravaganza with Cruise and Bali
8 N / 9 D

Bali - Singapore - Cruise

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Singapore with Langkawi
6 N / 7 D

Singapore - Langkawi

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Singapore with Phuket
6 N / 7 D

Singapore - Sentosa Island - Phuket - Phi Phi Islands - Bangkok

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Singapore Thailand Tour
7 N / 8 D

Singapore- Pattaya- Bangkok

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Singapore and Bali with Royal Caribbean Cruise
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Singapore - Bali - Royal Caribbean Cruise

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Singapore with Bintan Tour
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Singapore - Bintan Island

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Singapore Malaysia with Cruise
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Kuala Lumpur – Genting Highlands - Kuala Lumpur - Sunway Lagoon Tour (Optional) - Singapore - Super Star Gemini Cruise - Penang - Cruise - Langkawi – Cruise - Singapore

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FAQ's about Singapore

Q: What is the best time to visit Singapore?

Ans: Singapore is a year-round destination while the best time to visit Singapore is during the months of March to June. During this time the country experiences sunny days, lowest humidity, and virtually no precipitation. This is the time when the country is in the festive mode and travelers can witness the exquisite beauty of the culturally-rich Singapore.

Q: Is shopping recommended in Singapore?

Ans: Yes, shopping is recommended in Singapore as it is one of the best destinations for shopping. It is truly a paradise for shopaholics and you can things at an affordable rate.

Q: Is Singapore expensive?

Ans: Well, it depends on the type of holiday you are looking for. If you want a luxury holiday experience, you will be spoilt with it. If you want to visit Singapore on budget, there are plenty of budget accommodations available for all types of tourists.

Q: What are the best places to visit in Singapore in 5 days?

Ans: Singapore is dotted with the most fascinating tourist destinations. You can plan an eventful trip with friends, family, and your partner. If someone wishes to explore the country completely then they require 2 to 3 weeks while one can also enjoy the vacations in the 5 days. Here are some of the places which one should not miss in Singapore:

  • Enjoy the enchanting beauty of Chinatown, Little India, Mount Faber, and Merlion Park
  • Explore the Gardens by the Bay and Marina Bay Sands
  • Sentosa Island visit with SEA Aquarium, Adventure Cove, Wings of Time Show
  • Sightseeing tour of Universal Studios and Madame Tussauds
  • Visit the Singapore Zoo, River Safari and Night Safari
Q: What cruise lines operate in Singapore and what is the average cost of it?

Ans: Singapore is a cruising hub of Southeast Asia and is a perfect place for cruise holidays. It is home to some of the best cruise liners in the world. Here is the list of cruise operate in Singapore along with their average cost:

  • Sapphire Princess Cruise – From US$ 399
  • The Royal Caribbean Cruise – From US$ 487
  • Celebrity Millennium Cruise – From US$ 1,499
  • Star Clipper Cruise – From US$ 2,790
Q: Can I visit Singapore as a solo traveler?

Ans: Yes, you can visit Singapore as a solo traveler. It is one of the safest countries for travelers and offers amazing experiences to solo travelers. There are a plethora of activities and tourist places where solo travelers can visit and enjoy their vacations.

Q: Where can I exchange money in Singapore?

Ans: You can exchange money in Singapore at various currency exchange centres. A few of them are listed below:

  • Parkway Parade - Marine Parade Road
  • People’s Park Complex - Park Road, China Town
  • Raffles Place - Collyer Quay
  • Mustafa Centre - Syed Alwi Road
Q: Which hotels are located within or in areas near Changi Airport?

Ans: To facilitate tourists, there are some well-equipped hotels within or in areas near Changi Airport in Singapore. These hotels ensure a comfortable stay for tourists and are the best choices for first time visitors in Singapore. Some of the hotels near Changi Airport are:

  • Crowne Plaza Changi Airport - 0.5 km (approx.)
  • Aerotel Transit Hotel - 1.3 km (approx.)
  • YOTELAIR Singapore Changi Airport - 0.5 km (approx.)
Q: Which mode is best for currency exchange in Singapore?

Ans: Look for the licenced money changers and authorized banks for prompt and honest service. This is the safest mode for exchanging money in Singapore.

Q: What are the most spoken languages in Singapore?

Ans: Singapore is a multi-ethnic and multi-cultural society and this is the major reason due to which there are 4 major spoken languages in the country namely Mandarin, Malay, English, and Tamil. The most widely spoken language is Malay as Malays are the constitutionally recognized indigenous peoples of Singapore. While English is the main language that is being used in teaching, communication and other administration in Singapore. Tourists don’t face any communication problem as English is widely spoken and understood.

Q: How to reach Singapore from India?

Ans: Flights are the easiest and most convenient mode of transport for reaching Singapore from India. Most Indian airports have direct flights to Changi Airport in Singapore.

Q: For how many days can I stay in Singapore on a tourist visa?

Ans: Tourists can stay in the country for a maximum of 30 days with a Singapore eVisa.

Q: Are direct flights operating from India to Singapore?

Ans: Yes, there are direct flights available from India to Singapore. There are several airlines, which operate direct flights from Delhi, Mumbai, and Chennai to Changi International Airport (Singapore). Major airlines serving Changi Airport are Vistara, Air India, Air India Express, and IndiGo.

Q: What are romantic places to visit in Singapore?

Ans: Home to serene beaches, beautiful gardens, luxury resorts, and waterparks, Singapore is a popular romantic holiday destination. Some of the romantic places in Singapore where couples can enjoy their quality time are:

  • Gardens By The Bay
  • Universal Studios
  • SEA Aquarium
  • Jewel Box
  • Changi Point Coastal Walk
  • Bukit Batok Town Park
  • Marina Bay Sands
Q: What are the things to do in Singapore with kids?

Ans: Singapore is a perfect destination for a fun-filled vacation with family. There are a plethora of places where kids can enjoy their holidays along with their parents. Some of the popular things to do in Singapore with kids are:

  • Visit Singapore Zoo
  • Visit Skyline Luge Sentosa
  • Cable car ride
  • Singapore Night Safari
  • Spot different species of birds in Jurong Bird Park
  • River Safari
Q: What are the best places for skydiving in Singapore?

Ans: Singapore is home to the first largest themed wind tunnel for indoor skydiving in the world. It is a perfect destination for enjoying a unique experience of indoor and outdoor skydiving. Some of the best places for skydiving in Singapore are:

  • Sentosa Island
  • Marina Bay
Q: How to get around in Singapore?

Ans: The best way to get around in Singapore is via Mass Rapid Transit (MRT). It is a subway system in Singapore that stretches across the entire city. MRT also operates bus routes and you can travel to anywhere in the country through this. Another popular mode of transport in Singapore is taxis, which are reasonably priced and can take you anywhere in the country.

Q: What are do's & don't in Singapore?

Ans: The best way to get around in Singapore is via Mass Rapid Transit (MRT). It is a subway system in Singapore that stretches across the entire city. MRT also operates bus routes and you can travel to anywhere in the country through this. Another popular mode of transport in Singapore is taxis, which are reasonably priced and can take you anywhere in the country.

Do’s in Singapore

  • Dress appropriately while visiting religious buildings
  • Look out for a packet of tissue paper or umbrella on the table in eateries: People of Singapore have a habit of reserving their seats with these items while they are queue up for food.
  • Address people by their titles: It is advised to use Mr., Mrs., and Miss. It is recommended to use their first name only when asked to.

Don’ts in Singapore

  • Don’t Jaywalk – Cross roads and streets via pedestrian lanes and specified areas.
  • Don’t chew chewing gum – Chewing gums are banned in the country. If caught up you can be fined S$1000.
  • Don’t drink, eat, or smoke on MRT
Q: Can I enjoy water sports in Singapore?

Ans: Yes, you can enjoy watersports in Singapore. They are the real attraction here and water sports in Singapore will not disappoint you. Some of the thrilling water sports are:

  • Kayaking – Pulau Ubin
  • Windsurfing – NSRCC Sea Sports Centre
  • Jet Skiing – Puteri Harbour
  • Fly boarding – Ola Beach Club
  • Wakeboarding – Singapore Wake Park
  • Surfing - Sentosa
  • Sailing – DBS by the Bay
  • Diving – Pulau Hantu
Q: What are the famous historical places in Singapore?

Ans: Singapore is home to a myriad of monuments, palaces, forts, and museums that comprise the colorful past of the country. Take a look at the stunning national edifices and historical sites in Singapore that depict the glorious past of the country.

  • Kranji War Memorial
  • Indian National Army Monument
  • National Museum of Singapore
  • The Battle Box
  • Fort Siloso
  • The Civilian War Memorial
Q: What are the activities available at Sentosa Island in Singapore?

Ans: There are so many things to do in Sentosa Island and myriad experiences to enjoy. The best activities available at Sentosa Island in Singapore are:

  • Enjoy rides in Universal Studios.
  • Discover the marine life in S.E.A Aquarium.
  • Get amazed at Trick Eye Museum.
  • Enjoy the water sports in Adventure Cove Water Park.
  • Relax and surf at Tanjong Beach.
  • Go for a historical walk in Fort Siloso.
Q: What are the things I should buy in Singapore as souvenirs?

Ans: Singapore is popular for its shopping places. It is home to some high-ends malls and budget street shops. There are a few things you can buy as a souvenir to keep for yourself and gifts to your loved ones. Some of the top things to buy in Singapore are:

  • Orchid Perfumes
  • Merlion Souvenirs
  • Singapore Sling
  • Gold Plated Orchid Ornaments
  • Orchid Red Tea
  • Coconut Jam
  • Laksa Paste
Q: What are the hiking options in Singapore?

Ans: There are a plethora of options in Singapore to hike amidst the lush greenery in the nature parks and wetland reserves where one can enjoy the clean air. Some of the best places for hiking in Singapore are:

  • MacRitchie Reservoir
  • The Rain Forest Walk
  • Pulau Ubin
  • Bukit Timah Nature Reserve
  • Bukit Batok Nature Park
Q: Do I need to follow any dress code in Singapore?

Ans: There is no official dress code in Singapore. However, it is advisable to wear sophisticated and casual clothes.

Q: What is the currency of Singapore & what is the safest mode for money exchange in Singapore?

Ans: Singapore Dollar is the official currency of Singapore, which is also known as ‘Sing’. The best money exchangers in Singapore that offers the best exchange rates are:

  • The Arcade
  • Mustafa Foreign Exchange
  • People’s Park Complex
  • Lucky Plaza
  • Bugis Street
  • Jurong Point
Q: Where I can enjoy cycling in Singapore?

Ans: Cycling in Singapore is a popular activity among locals as well as tourists. There are several routes and nature trails in the country to explore. Some of the popular cycling routes in Singapore are:

  • Jurassic Mile
  • Rower’s Bay Park
  • Kranji Marshes Loop
  • East Coast Park
  • Marina Bay Loop
Q: What are the most popular events and festivals in Singapore?

Ans: Singapore is a diverse country, its multi-ethnicity and multicultural can witness in the festivals and events that are celebrated here. Some of the popular events and festivals celebrated in Singapore are:

  • Pongal
  • Chinese New Year
  • Thaipusam
  • Lantern Festival
  • Dragon Boat Festival
  • Hari Raya Puasa
  • Deepavali
  • Hungry Ghost Festival
Q: Can I travel to Malaysia from Singapore by taxi?

Ans: Yes, you can travel to Malaysia from Singapore by taxi. However, normal taxis are not allowed to cross the border. Only specially licensed taxis are allowed to travel across the board. So make sure you will book accordingly.

Q: What are the tips for Singapore?

Ans: Singapore is a diverse island country and a fascinating destination. Take a look at the tips before visiting the country:

  • Singapore is hot and humid throughout the year. So pack accordingly. Carry light clothes and make sure to carry an umbrella.
  • Do not smoke in air-conditioned spaces. You may smoke in designated smoke areas.
  • Mass Rapid Transport (MRT) can take you anywhere in the country. Use public transportation as they are easily accessible and economical. Taxis are pricey.
  • Wear conservative clothes at religious places.
  • Do not spit on the street, throw the cigarette butt in the drain, or stick chewing gum on public property as it can result in a fine if you will get caught.
Q: Can I visit Singapore and Malaysia together? What is the visa procedure for it?

Ans: Yes, you can visit Singapore and Malaysia together. You have to apply for a Singapore and Malaysia visa separately. For Malaysia and Singapore, you have to obtain e-Visas separately. However, if Indian passport holders already have a Singapore visa then they are eligible for a Visa on Arrival in Malaysia.

Q: Which are the best hotels near Changi Airport?

Ans: Every year millions of tourists flock to Singapore from all over the world and many more find themselves passing through en route Europe or other countries. Here is the list of best hotels near Changi Airport where you can rest your head in comfort and luxury.

  • Crowne Plaza
  • Dusit Thani Laguna
  • Changi Cove
  • Q Loft Hotel
  • Aqueen Hotel Paya Lebar
Q: What are the popular national parks in Singapore?

Ans: Singapore offers an unparalleled range of adventures. It is home to over 300 national parks and 4 natural reserves, which makes it a paradise for nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts. Here are some of the popular national parks in Singapore:

  • Bukit Timah Nature Reserve - This nature reserve is home to the highest point of Singapore on Bukit Timah Hill. It is popular for well-marked hiking trails as well as mountain biking paths.
  • Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve – It is the first ASEAN Heritage Park in Singapore and is a kid-friendly place.
  • Labrador Nature Reserve – Tourists can enjoy a leisurely bike ride or enjoy an evening stroll there. It is popular for jogging, fishing, and splendid sunset views.
  • Bukit Batok Nature Park – Popular for its hiking trails and lush greenery. There is a memorial inside the park to pay tribute to the martyrs of World War II.
Q: What are the best beaches in Singapore?

Ans: Home to picturesque beaches, Singapore is a perfect vacation destination for beach lovers. The best beaches in Singapore where tourists can indulge in several water sports and rejuvenate are:

  • Siloso Beach
  • Changi Beach
  • Palawan Beach
  • Punggol Beach
  • Pasir Ris Beach
  • Tanjong Beach
  • Sembawang Beach