Singapore City was founded in 1819 by Sir Stamford Raffles of the British East India Company,
who recommended that different areas of the town be set aside for the various ethnic groups.
Although there has been some cultural assimilation, there are still fascinating pockets
where traditional cultures exist, principally in Chinatown, Arab Street, Serangoon Road
(focus of the Indian community) and Padang Square with very strong colonial associations.
The best way to experience the remarkable diversity of the city is on foot: the traditional architecture,
customs and cuisine of the various ethnic areas are, in turn, in fascinating contrast to the lavish,
space-age shopping centres of Orchard Road and Raffles City.
MAIN ATTRACTIONS
 
 Arab Street  is the centre of the Arabian quarter of Singapore. Other streets with
excellent shopping opportunities are Baghdad Street and Bussorah Street, while Sultan Plaza is a centre
for cloth traders. The golden dome of the Sultan Mosque dominates the area; nearby
are two historic Muslim burial grounds.
Chinatown is a bustling and colourful area with shops and restaurants, and also several temples
such as the Fuk Tak Ch'i in Telok Ayer Street and the Temple of the Calm Sea.
Ancient crafts of calligraphy, paper-making and fortune-telling are practised, and a wide range
of traditional goods and foodstuffs can be bought.
 Serangoon Road is the centre of the Indian quarter. Apart from the shops and restaurants,
attractions in the area include the Sri Veeramakalimman Temple,
the Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Hall in Race Course Lane and Farrer Park.
Raffles one of the most famous hotels in the world.A Singapore Sling in the Long Bar
is almost de rigueur; alternatively, drop into the Writers' Bar which provided inspiration for,
amongst others, Noel Coward, Somerset Maugham and Joseph Conrad. A statue of the
man himself Sir Stamford Raffles has been erected on the banks of the Singapore River
on the spot where he is believed to have first set foot in Singapore.
Nearby is the Parliament House, the oldest government building in the country,
the core of which dates back to the 1820s.
Armenian Church in Hill Street,not far from Raffles Hotel is this beautiful  & the
oldest church in Singapore. This building is also a reminder of another nationality which contributed much to the development of this cosmopolitan city.
 Singapore Science Centre in Jurong is a remarkable complex which includes
hundreds of exhibits,the Aviation Gallery which traces the history of flight,
and the Omnitheatre,a cinema with a planetarium-like screen.
New Ming Village  in Pandan Road is certainly the place to visit for Chinese porcelain.
Craftsmen produce almost indistinguishable imitations of ancient masterpieces of Ming and Qing culture,
and many of the items are available for purchase. Opening hours: 0900-1730 daily.
 
 
GENERAL
SINGAPORE : The best way to experience the remarkable diversity of the city is on foot,
the traditional architecture, customs andcuisine of the various ethnic areas are,
in turn, in fascinating contrast to the lavish, space-age shopping centres
of Orchard Road and Raffles City. Nowhere is a culture's personality more strongly
expressed than in its religious architecture and Singapore provides fascinating examples of this.
Buddhist temples, mosques, Catholic and Anglican cathedrals and Hindu temples
are all likely to be encountered during a comparatively brief walk around some
of the central areas of Singapore. St Andrew's Cathedral, the Cathedral of the Good Shepherd,
the Al-Abrar Mosque, the Kong Meng Sang Phor Kark See Temple Complex,
the Chettiar Hindu Temple and the Sri Mariamman Temple are only a few of these.
  ISLAND & BEACHES
 SANTOSA , UNDERWATER WORLD
 Here you will find pre fixed Holiday packages,  giving you an insight to the cultural , historical & traditional customs of the Singaporean People.  We also  can custom make an Itinerary of your choice  according to your budget, No of Days and Preferences.
You can  us for  specifically  custom designed  Itineraries
PRE CUSTOMISED PACKAGE RATES
NEW SINGAPORE EXPERIENCE
2 NIGHTS / 3 DAYS & 3 NIGHTS / 4 DAYS PACKAGE
Rates per person in US Dollars valid from 01 April 2000 to 31 March 2001
Participating Hotel Categories
2 NIGHTS / 3 DAYS PACKAGE
3 NIGHTS / 4 DAYS PACKAGE
Twnb
share
Sglb
Trpb
share
Chd
w/bed
Chd
n/bed
Twnb
share
Sglb
Trpb
share
Chd
w/bed
Chd
n/bed
FIRST CLASS
67
122
67
46
34
105
188
105
75
57
SUPERIOR 
91
170
91
54
39
141
258
141
87
64
DELUXE
119
224
120
67
43
182
340
183
105
71
SUPER DELUXE
139
263
139
77
51
211
398
211
122
82
PREMIER
242
473
184
86
55
328
635
319
137
91
  PACKAGE 1 
INCLUDES

2 Nights accommodation at your chosen hotel (no split stay allowed), Daily American Breakfast, Return airport / hotel transfers on Seat-In-Coach basis For the premier category transfers  
are by Mercedes-Benz Car, Tour: City Sight- seeing tour.  
 

PACKAGE 2
INCLUDES
3 Nights accommodation at your chosen hotel (no split stay allowed), Daily American Breakfast,   Return airport / hotel transfers on Seat-In-Coach basis    Choice of 3 sightseeing tours from: 1) City Experience tour, 2) Admission to Singapore Zoological Gardens, 3) Admission to Night Safari, 4) Admission to Jurong Bird Park, 5) Singapore River Boat Tour, 6) Admission to Underwater World, Sentosa, 7) Admission to Images of Singapore, Sentosa.  
   
 HOTELS FEATURED
First Class: Albert Court, Allson, Concorde, Excelsior, Furama, Miramar, Novotel Apollo(Tropical Wing), New Park Centra, Peninsula, Plaza Parkroyal. Superior: Carlton, Merchant Court, New Otani, York Phoenix, Rendezvous. Deluxe: Grand Copthorne Waterfront, Meritus Negara, Royal Plaza. 
Super Deluxe: Inter-Continental, Regent. 
Premier: Four Seasons, Grand Hyatt.
   
  • Additional Night Rates are only applicable to the 3 Nights / 4 Days Package.
  
  • Additional Night is not permissible on the 2 nights / 3 days package for stays of more than 2 nights, please refer to the 3 nights package.
Participating Hotel Categories
Additional Night Rates
Twnb
share
Sglb
Trpb
share
Chd
w/bed
Chd
n/bed
FIRST CLASS
28
55
28
17
11
SUPERIOR
39
78
39
22
14
DELUXE
53
105
53
28
16
SUPER DELUXE
62
125
62
33
20
PREMIER
94
187
94
39
24
IMPORTANT
For arrival transfer, tour/admission coupons client has to contact SIA Stopover Counter at Terminal II Singapore International Airport.
  • Cancellation/Amendment Charge per person: More than 8 days prior to arrival, cost of extra night rate. Within two days prior to arrival, 50% of the total cost. For no-show, 100% of total cost.
  • Refund: No refunds, either in part or in full, will be made for unused ground transportation, meals and accommodation, admission to tourist attractions or sightseeing tour not taken. 
  • ADDITIONAL COST
    Airfare ex  India, presently exclusive of taxes 
    DELHI - SINGAPORE-  DELHI =INRs. 22,515
    CALCUTTA - SINGAPORE- CALCUTTA =INRs
    MUMBAI -SINGAPORE - MUMBAI =INRs, 22,515
    others , please check with your local travel agents
    •  TWN=per person in twin, TPL=per person in triple, CXB=child with Extra bed provided
    • (maximum 1 bed to a room). CNB=child with no bed. 
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  •  .  Rates are subject to change without prior notice
 
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