Singapore Malaysia Tour Packages

About Singapore Malaysia

Singapore city is located at the southern tip of the Malay-peninsula, about 85 miles north of the Equator. It is loaded with vibrant history, diversity, family-friendly atmosphere and attractions, making it one of the most popular tourist destinations. The destination boasts of excellent public transportation that helps tourists get around efficiently. The tiny island is also known as the land of contrasts due to Chinatown and Little India representing the ethnic diversity of respective countries and their culture. It also features plenty of options for shopping, nightlife and more fun activities. So basically, it has something for everyone to experience an amazing holiday. Flamingo Transworld provides a variety of Singapore tour packages from family tours to escorted Honeymoon tours to Singapore, Singapore budget tours, Singapore cruise, Singapore city break, Kids special tours to Singapore, luxury tours to Singapore, Southeast senior citizen tours.

Popular Singapore Malaysia Tour Packages

Singapore Malaysia Tour Packages



Simply Singapore With Magical Malaysia

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Uniquely Singapore Malaysia

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Unique Singapore Malaysia With Genting Dream Cruise Summer 2020

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Southeast Dhamaka Singapore Malaysia Thailand

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Uniquely Singapore Malaysia With Royal Caribbean Cruise Summer 2020

9 Nights / 10 Days

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Dynamic cities, fabulous cuisines, delightful sea shores, serene islands and national parks with natural life pressed rain forests-the entirety of this can be found in Malaysia. The economy of Malaysia has been going strong for years and has developed itself enormously in the past 50 years and this is clearly noticeable while visiting it. Especially in Malaysia's capital, Kuala Lumpur, you will get to witness many modern buildings, light rail transit system, deluxe shopping malls and countless luxurious cars on the roads. Malaysia boasts one of south-east Asia’s most vibrant economies, the fruit of decades of industrial growth and political stability. Flamingo Transworld provides a variety of Malaysia tour packages.

Singapore Malaysia Holiday Packages from Different Cities of India
A melting pot of culture, modernity, and culinary delights, Singapore can be described as a city within a garden. An interesting mix of the fast-paced life and peaceful sceneries, this country boasts of Changi airport, one of the most luxurious and well-connected airports in the world. For Indian citizens, the tourist visa is valid up to thirty days and flights are available from any major city in the country. Another bustling region full of multiculturalism and diversity is Malaysia, a beautiful country with scenic locales, towering skyscrapers, luxurious malls and delightful beaches. Well-connected by the Kuala Lumpur airport, Indian tourists find it easy to reach Malaysia by air.

Since almost every major airline flies to the Changi Airport, and the Kuala Lumpur International Airport supporting almost 399,827 aircraft movements, it is a breeze to get air tickets to these countries. Millions of Indian Tourists fly to Malaysia and Singapore each year. In the past few years, there has been an increase in connectivity with even the smaller towns starting direct flights to these countries.

With Malaysia starting the entry visa and Singapore making efforts to market the country as a tourism hub for Indians, there has been an increase of visitors from India to these countries. These tourists are not only from metros like Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, etc. but also from Tier-II cities. India ranks in the top ten countries of visitors to Singapore and Malaysia.

Flamingo Transworld offers several Singapore Malaysia tour packages, some of these are listed below:

Singapore Malaysia tour package from Chennai

When you are booking your Singapore Malaysia tour package from Chennai, some of the important details you need to remember include:

 Airport: Flights to Singapore leave from the Chennai International Airport (CIA) and arrive at the Changi Airport (SIN), while flights to Malaysia arrive at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLA) or Penang International Airport.

● Distance: Through the air, the distance between Chennai and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia is 2,623.97 km and to Singapore is 2,912.67 km.

● Flight Duration: If you are taking a direct flight from Chennai International Airport to Kuala Lumpur Airport the duration is about 4 hours and to Changi Airport is almost 4 hours 30 minutes. The duration of connecting flights depends on the number of stops and duration of layovers.

● Popular flights from Chennai to Singapore and Malaysia
● Some of the top airlines that fly to Singapore and Malaysia from Chennai are listed below:

      ● Scoot

      ● Air India Express

      ● Air Asia

      ● Sri Lankan Airlines

● Flight Prices: Depending on the airline, a round trip from Chennai to Kuala Lumpur (on a direct flight) can cost you anywhere from 11K-40K while connecting flights can cost around 10K-25K. Round trip flights from Chennai to Singapore can cost around 20-30K for direct flights and 17-23K for connecting ones.

Singapore Malaysia tour package from Bangalore

Here are a few important pointers to remember while booking a Singapore Malaysia tour package from Bangalore:

● Airport: To travel to Singapore, you need to take a flight from Kempegowda International Airport (BLR), Bangalore to Changi Airport, Singapore (SIN). For Malaysia, the flights travel to Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLA)

● Distance: The air distance from Bangalore to Malaysia is 2,885.95 km and to Singapore is 3,162.01 km.

● Flight Duration: The duration of a direct flight from Bangalore to Malaysia is 4 hours 15 minutes and to Singapore is 4 hours 30 minutes. Connecting flights to Malaysia and Singapore can be between 6 to 24 hours depending on the stops.

● Some popular airlines that fly from Bangalore to Singapore and Malaysia are:

      ● Indigo

      ● Malindo

      ● Sri Lankan Airlines

      ● Thai AirAsia

● Flight Prices: If you book a round trip flight from Bangalore to Malaysia, without any stops, the prices are approximately 13-25K and for connecting flights are 14-25K. A direct flight from Bangalore to Singapore is 14-9K and connecting flights are 20-26K.

Singapore Malaysia tour package from Delhi

Some important details to remember while booking your Singapore Malaysia tour package from Delhi.

● Airport: Flights leave from the Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL) in Delhi to the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLA) in Malaysia and Changi Airport (SIN) in Singapore.

● Distance: The distance between Delhi to Singapore is around 4,144.00 km while the distance to Malaysia is approximately 3,876.01 km.

● Flight Duration: Direct flights from Delhi to Malaysia are of 5 hours 35 minutes, whereas, the flights to Singapore last around 5 hours 45 minutes. The duration of connecting flights varies with the number of stops.

● Popular airlines from Delhi to Singapore and Malaysia include:

      ● Air Asia

      ● Indigo

      ● Malindo

      ● Air India

      ● Sri Lankan Airlines

● Flight Prices: A round trip direct flight from Delhi to Singapore will cost your around 20-30K, while a connecting trip would be around 17-23K. Flights from Delhi to Malaysia (direct) cost about 16k-40k while connecting flight are around 17-25K.

Singapore Malaysia tour package from Mumbai

When booking your Singapore Malaysia tour package from Mumbai, it is important to remember the following information.

● Airport: You will have to leave Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (BOM) and arrive at Changi Airport (SIN) when travelling to Singapore, and to Kuala Lumpur Airport (KLA) when travelling to Malaysia.

● Distance: The distance between Mumbai and Singapore is 3,901.66 km and Malaysia is 3,622.53 km.

● Flight Duration: Direct flights from Mumbai to both Singapore and Malaysia are around 5 hours 30 minutes. Connecting flights can be anywhere between 8 to 12 hours.

● Some top airlines that fly from Mumbai to Singapore and Malaysia
      ● Thai Lion Air

      ● Malindo Air

      ● Indigo

      ● Sri Lankan Airlines

      ● Vistara

● Flight Prices: Prices of a direct flight (round trip) from Mumbai to Malaysia are 18-46K while connecting flights are 15-86K. Flights from Mumbai to Singapore are around  21-53k for nonstop travel and 23-30k for connecting flights.

Singapore Malaysia tour package from Kolkata

Here’s what you need to remember when booking a Singapore Malaysia tour package from Kolkata.

● Airport: You need to travel from Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport (CCU) to Changi Airport (SIN) for Singapore to Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLA) for Malaysia.

● Distance: The distance between Kolkata and Malaysia is 2,633.40 km and between Kolkata and Singapore is 2,889.76 km.

● Flight Duration: Flights from Kolkata to Singapore can be 4 hours 30 minutes for Singapore and 4 hours for Malaysia.

● Airlines which fly from Kolkata to Singapore and Malaysia include Indigo, Malindo and Thai Airways among others.

● Flight Prices: A direct flight ticket from Kolkata to Singapore can be between 12-14k and from Kolkata to Malaysia can be 10-12K. These prices can vary depending on the airline you book and the number of stops and layover time of each airline. You need to decide whether you want to travel economy or first class as this too affects the ticket prices.

Singapore Malaysia tour package from Ahmedabad

If you are booking a Singapore Malaysia tour package from Ahmedabad, you need to remember the following pointers.

● Airport: The principal airport in Ahmedabad is Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport (AMD).

● Distance: The distance between Ahmedabad to Singapore is 4,151.06 km and from Ahmedabad to Malaysia is 4,866.87 km.

● Flight Duration: A direct flight from Ahmedabad to Singapore is around 5 hours to 5 hours, 45 minutes. The time taken from Ahmedabad to Malaysia is around 8 to 18 hours, depending on the number of stops.

● Some of the top airlines that fly to Singapore and Malaysia from Ahmedabad include

      ● Scoot

      ● Go Air

      ● Air Asia

      ● Indigo

● Flight Prices: The price of a round trip nonstop flight from Ahmedabad to Malaysia is around 15-41K and flight with more than one stop can be around 15-50K. If you want a direct flight from Ahmedabad to Singapore the airline ticket can cost you around 40K for a direct flight and 19-35K for connecting flights, depending on the airlines you choose.

Singapore Malaysia tour package from Hyderabad

Here’s a few significant information to remember while booking your Singapore Malaysia tour package from Hyderabad.

● Airport: If travelling from Hyderabad to Singapore, your leave from Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (HYD) to arrive at Changi Airport (SIN). When travelling to Malaysia you arrive at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLA).

● Distance: The distance from Hyderabad to Singapore is 3,294.18 km and to Malaysia is 3,015.01 km.

● Flight Duration: The duration of flights from Hyderabad to Malaysia can be 6-24 hours for connecting flights and 4 hours 20 minutes for direct ones. Duration of flight to Singapore can be 4 hours and 40 minutes (direct) and 6 to 15 hours (connecting) flights.

● Popular flights from Hyderabad to Singapore and Malaysia are listed below:

      ● Scoot

      ● Indigo

      ● Air Asia

● Flight Prices: A direct flight from Hyderabad to Malaysia can cost between 15-20K and connecting flights cost around 15-45K. Prices of a direct flight from Hyderabad to Singapore can be 14-24k for direct round trip flights and 16-29k for one-stop round trip flights.

Whether you are booking your Singapore Malaysia tour package from Mumbai, Delhi or any other city, it is evident that these countries have emerged to be hot picks for travel among Indian tourists.

How to reach Singapore - Malaysia

Traveling to Singapore- Malaysia by Air

The best way to travel to Singapore- Malaysia from India is through flight. The world-class Changi Airport of Singapore is well-connected to India through regular flights from various cities. Some of the major airline that connects two countries include Singapore Airlines, Air India, Jet Airways and Air India Express. The journey is 6-8 hours long and that too depends upon how many stopovers are there in between. Flights to Singapore are typically costly in July and August, during Christmas, New Year and Chinese New Year.  You can take on direct flights from the following city airports and flights

- Mumbai - Air India, Singapore Airlines
- Delhi- Air India, Singapore Airlines
- Bangalore: IndiGo Airlines, Air India, Singapore Airlines
- Chennai: IndiGo Airlines, Air India, Singapore Airlines

And Malaysia has 3 major airports, namely, Senai International Airport, Kota Kinabalu International Airport and Kuala Lumpur International Airport. While Mumbai to Malaysia flight takes around 5 hours 15 minutes, Bangalore to Malaysia flight takes voyagers to Kuala Lumpur International Airport in 4 hours 15 minutes.

Traveling to Singapore- Malaysia by Sea

As we all know that Singapore is an island country, it is well- connected to waterways and it’s usually used as a base point for cruise ships all throughout the Southeast Asian region. You can also find daily ferry routes to the ports of Malaysia and Indonesia.

There is currently just 1 ferry route operating between Singapore and Malaysia by ferry company- Limbongan Maju. The Changi to Tanjung Belungkor ferry crossing is operated weekly with a scheduled sailing duration of about 30 minutes.

Places to visit in Singapore- Malaysia

Singapore has some amazing attractions to cover which will surely leave you awe-struck. Get ready to explore these amazing places to see in Singapore Malaysia with our Singapore tour packages.

Gardens by the bay- Singapore

Located in the heart of Singapore's new downtown - Marina Bay; there are three waterfront gardens based on a futuristic theme namely Bay South, Bay East and Bay Garden. This bay area of Singapore is spread over 101 hectares of prime land. This park brings the present world of Singapore in the form of beautiful, colorful and mesmerizing flora and fauna.

Gardens by the Bay is indeed a multi-award winning horticulture with magnificent waterfront views. The garden is famous for its super-sized tresses which are nine to sixteen storeys tall. Try to walk on the suspended bridge between two trees to get a bird view of the entire garden. In the evening, you can opt to enjoy the sound and light show at the Gardens.

Jurong Bird Park

Jurong Bird Park has 9000 colorful birds of 600 species. The park will leave you delighted with the experience of a paradise of birds in different sizes and shapes. The park is managed by Wildlife Reserve Singapore. Located at the western slope of Jurong Hill, this park is an escape from the urban lifestyle and commotion of Singapore. Be entertained with the majestic Flamingo Lake and Penguin Coast where you can enjoy bunches of flightless birds. You can spend time feeding some of the birds as well as going behind the scenes to get a peek of incubation and nursing room for these birds.

Marina Bay Sands Sky Park

Singapore is incomplete if you have not visited the city’s highlife view from the Sky Park Observation Deck. The deck is 57 levels above the ground in the heart of the city which is a spectacular place for photo sessions of the entire city. This cityscape gives you a world-class panoramic view of the beautiful Marina bay and the bright colors of Garden by the bay. The 150m infinity pool is a major attraction for tourists as the largest open pool with exclusive dining. The uniqueness of this place is a boat-shaped observation deck extending over three towers of Marina Bay Sand hotel.


Singapore’s- State of Fun will leave you spellbound. The southern coast has a man-made island called Sentosa, made for the purpose of recreational and fun activities. This island is famous for its food stalls – bars. There is a unique suspension bridge that takes you to a small offshore island. Some of the attractions for visitors are Universal Studios, Sea Aquarium, Tiger Sky Tower and Butterfly-Insect kingdom. Sentosa has an indoor sky-diving centre and Mega adventure park for steepest zip line activity. You can get a bird’s eye view of the island from the Cable Car Sky Network.

Universal Studios

Universal Studios, the theme park located in Sentosa Island is one of its kind. The theme park is divided into 7 zones with 28 attractive rides such as Sci-fi city, Ancient Egypt, New York, The Lost world, Jurassic Park & Water World, Hollywood, Far Far Away and Madagascar. You have loads of shopping in Universal with goodies ranging from Key chains to t-shirts. What’s more in Universal Studios Dining, meet & greet your favorite characters, rides, shows, street entertainment to keep you engaged. Some evenings you can try and experience Universal Studios with LED lights and Neon theme parade of Hollywood stars with some exciting rides at night time.

Aquaria KLCC – Malaysia

Aquaria KLCC is a state of the art aquarium which is situated in the heart of the city, under the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre and very close to the iconic Twin Towers. An astounding feature of 5000 land bound and aquatic creature displays spread over a sprawling 60,000 sq.ft. This global standard aquarium is a fascination of the sort where you ride on an explorer through a glass burrow while sharks, beams and other marine animals skim by. The course through the aquarium will take you in the past to various zones like the Evolution Zone with Piranhas, the Riverbank Jungle and Otter Den, the wreck, profound timberland, mangrove animals and the living sea. This is known as the best aquarium in the entire Malaysia and is worth a visit. Don’t forget to explore this classic attraction on your visit to Malaysia tour.

KL Bird Park- Malaysia

Since the beginning of its establishment, KL Bird Park has been a renowned eco-tourism destination situated right in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. This beautiful serene park is a drive of only 10 minutes from the city centre of Kuala Lumpur. It is home to more than 3000 local and foreign birds of just about 200 diverse varieties. Sprawling approximately 20.9 acres of verdant valley terrain, the park is divided into 4 zones basically. Here, zone 1 and 2 make up the free-flight zone, zone 3 is the Hombill Park and zone 4 is where the birds are placed in separate cages and mini aviaries. And it goes without saying that you will have an exciting experience of watching colorful and melodic birds perching and winging about freely while relaxing in a natural and beautifully landscaped surrounding. KL Bird Park is also wheel-chair friendly and is known to be the largest free-flight walk-in aviary in the world.

Crocodile Farm- Malaysia

Crocodile Farm is specially landscaped with serene plantation and greenery which makes it appear like a recreation park. There are nearly 1000 crocodiles that are showcased here in different ponds namely The Bridge Pond, Juvenile Crocodile Pond, Show Pond A&B, Hooking Pond and Crocodile Education Centre. You will see crocodiles of different sizes. And the bridge pond has the largest section with lots of huge and active crocodiles. A bridge is built across the huge pond where visitors can get a closer look at the crocodiles from the top. And the shows which you just cannot afford to miss out on your visit to the crocodile farm are: Crocodile feeding Show and crocodile jumping show. Explore this exciting place and make your visit worthwhile.

Things to do in Singapore- Malaysia

All set for takeoff? Here are some of the exciting things to do in Singapore Malaysia that will elevate your vacation to the next level.

Visit the National Museum of Singapore

The National Museum of Singapore is the oldest museum that inspires visitors with stories of the nation and the world. It was formerly known as Raffles Library and Museum. The museum was reopened for the public in 2006 after undergoing renovation for more than three years.  Spanning over an area of 18,400 sqm, it is now the biggest in the country, with exhibits that largely reflect the rich history of Singapore as well as Asia. Guests can explore more than 1,700 historical and social artifacts here at the museum.

Adventure sports at Sentosa - Singapore

There are a lot of experience exercises for thrill seekers. You can partake in Bungee jumping or skydiving, or even enjoy the Giant Swing that will take you 40 meters high. In the event that these exercises aren't sufficient, you can go swimming or sky jumping at different island areas.

Go climbing in the Batau caves- Malaysia

Batau Caves is one of the most visited tourist attractions known for its limestone hill comprising three major caves and a number of smaller ones. These 100-year-old cave temple features idols and statues which are located 11 kms towards the north of Kuala Lumpur. The caves have limestone formations in the interior side and are believed to be 400 million years old. The temple is considered to be an important religious landmark by Hindus and also features Cathedral Cave – the largest cavern in Batau Caves which houses several Hindu shrines beneath its 100-metre-high arched ceiling.

Cameron Highlands- Malaysia

Cameron Highlands is one of the most popular of the highland retreats in Malaysia. Situated at right around 2,000 meters at its most noteworthy point, Cameroons offers guests a wonderful atmosphere with temperatures ranging from 18°C and 25°C. The township of Cameron’s is divided into Tanah Rata, Brinchangand Ringlet. Korosh Kabir, a colonial government surveyor, discovered this mountain plateau during a mapping expedition in 1885 and named it Cameron Highlands.

Best time to visit Singapore - Malaysia

When on the lookout for the best time to visit Singapore and Malaysia, you have to consider the month, weather, and peak seasons. This will help you plan a holiday that will let you enjoy more and worry less.

Singapore is a year-round destination without much difference in temperature. However, here are the months around which you can plan a trip. From the months of November - January and June - July is the best time to visit Singapore and also the peak season. The city sees a rush in tourism during the Christmas season and Chinese New Year while the Great Singapore Sale begins in June and lasts till the end of July.

The best time to visit Malaysia is usually between March and early October when you can avoid the rainy conditions and stay in the safe zone of experiencing lower levels of humidity. Despite the abundant rains, January and February are also not the wrong time to visit Malaysia. There are various celebrations like the Chinese New Year and Thaipusam which are commenced during these months that merit a visit.
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