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  • Excellent Shopping
  • Fabulous Food
  • Sentosa Island
  • Asia's Largest Aquarium
  • Culture and History

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Getting there

Flight Details - Singapore Airlines flights to Singapore depart 3 times daily from London Heathrow and once daily from Manchester.

Flying Time - Approx 12 hours 40 min from London Heathrow to Singapore. Approx 13 hours 10 min from Manchester to Singapore.

Flight Supplements - For Manchester flights and return flight SQ 322, a supplement of £25 per person applies at all times.

Flight Upgrades - Singapore Airlines Business Class available from £1,299 supplement per person each way.

Time Difference - GMT +8 hours

Currency - Singapore Dollar (SGD)

Private Transfer Supplement - Upgrade your seat in coach airport transfer to a private vehicle, min 2 passengers, for only £5 per person return.

Visa Requirements - British citizens do not require a visa for travel.

Language - The official languages of Singapore are Malay, Mandarin, Tamil and English.

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Singapore Holidays

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The handsome colonial buildings of the centre are a delight to stroll around before taking a river trip on the 'bum boats', once used to take goods to the warehouses. Visit the famous Raffles Hotel, where a singapore sling in the Long Bar is essential.

Wander the different ethnic neighbourhoods Raffles created (he founded modern Singapore) and soak up their unique atmosphere. Shop everywhere from rickety markets to hi-tech malls, and eat everywhere from street-corner stalls to top-class hotel restaurants: Cantonese, French, Thai, Italian, Japanese, Pacific Rim, fusion cuisine - Singapore has it all. On the mainland, take the brilliant cable car trip to Mount Faber. You'd never believe there was so much to do in this bustling little city state ... Read more
Wander the different ethnic neighbourhoods Raffles created (he founded modern Singapore) and soak up their unique atmosphere. Shop everywhere from rickety markets to hi-tech malls, and eat everywhere from street-corner stalls to top-class hotel restaurants: Cantonese, French, Thai, Italian, Japanese, Pacific Rim, fusion cuisine - Singapore has it all. On the mainland, take the brilliant cable car trip to Mount Faber. You'd never believe there was so much to do in this bustling little city state on the tip of the Malaysian peninsula. From British colonial outpost to soaring modern city state, Singapore has come on a fascinating journey. You can trace that history in the excellent Asian Civilisations Museum, and also in the streets themselves. Myriad cultures live side by side, and in between the gleaming skyscrapers you can visit the traditional streets of the Chinese, Arab and Indian quarters, where the exotic atmosphere is a world apart. Read less
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Eating out

Singapore is Asia's food capital, where East meets West in a dizzying mélange of flavours. Its street food is some of the world's tastiest: start in Chinatown food street with local favourites such as Char Kway Teow (fried broad noodles). At the East Coast Seafood Centre, try spicy chilli crab while the kids enjoy black pepper crayfish. Elsewhere, of course, the big hotels offer international food of every type.

Not to be missed

When it's time to take a break from city life, head to the beaches of Sentosa Island for a few days of relaxation, or take a day trip to Sentosa and visit Underwater World, Asia's largest tropical fish oceanarium. You could also take a leisurely stroll around Singapore's beautiful Botanical Gardens, or even visit Jurong Bird Park and view more than 60 species of birds.

Best for families

There are lots of family attractions, including Singapore Zoo, which has opened Night Safari, the world's first night-time wildlife park - the kids will love it as they meet leopards, otters and owls, among other animals, in the Creatures of the Night show. At Underwater World, you can swim with the dolphins, as well as (friendly) sharks.

Best for couples

Serious shoppers will be happy to know the shops open till 9.00pm or 10.00pm (except for Mustafa Centre in Little India, open 24 hours a day!). On Sundays, head to Clarke Quay markets, down by the river - you'll find all sorts of exotica. You can haggle in the smaller shops, and you'll pick up wonderful crafts in the various ethnic quarters. Come in June to attack the great Singapore sale - it's a retail frenzy!

Seeking adventure

Water is all around, and it's great fun to take to it on a boat. Cruise the harbour on one of the 'bum boats' that once took goods to the warehouses. Take a day cruise or a dinner cruise, passing sights such as Boat Quay and Clarke Quay. Or, treat yourself to a luxury 5- or 7-night cruise across to Thailand and Malaysia, aboard Superstar Virgo or Superstar Gemini.

Additional Info

Important Dates

Feb - Chinese New Year

May - Labour Day and Vesak Day

Aug - National Day

Sep - F1 Singapore Grand Prix

Oct - Hari Raya Puasa - Festival marking the end of Ramadan

Oct - Diwali - Hindu Festival of Light

Please note: All events listed are for helpful information only and many are subject to entrance fees and/or prior reservation, and may be cancelled at any time.

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