Three sections of Singapore - Chinatown, the historic Malay area and Little India - represent this cosmopolitan city-state's main ethnicities. Although it is a crowded city of high-rises, museums, historic buildings and shopping malls, Singapore contains more than 300 public parks, numerous beaches and a rainforest. Kids enjoy activities such as a night safari, a zoo and water theme parks. Varied dining and entertainment along the Singapore River. Flights to Singapore land in a pristine clean, safe and stunningly beautiful city, filled with charm and tradition as well as soaring Skyscrapers and modern luxury.
Singapore flights arrive in one of the world’s best airports and the standard remains high as you go from the shopping emporiums of Orchard Road, to the temple lined streets around Little India. The elegant Raffles Hotel, home to the Singapore Sling embodies colonial grandeur, with the Marina Bay Sands Hotel redefining Singapore’s skyline and offering 360 degree panoramic views from its 57th storey SkyPark.
Singapore offers an ethnic brew of Chinese, Indian and Malaysian cuisine at a world class level which can be enjoyed in the bustling hawker stalls around Chinatown or in the refined restaurants along Clarke Quay. Boat Quay also offers an array of bars and nightlife that light up the water ways, giving spectacular views to savour.