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Things To Do In Singapore

Singapore is an spectacular and world class destination to visit which offers you the various ways to get yourself recharged and make your holidays special with our Singapore holiday packages. 
Durian is a tropical fruit distinguished by its giant size and thorny, hard outer shell. It has a stinking, custard-like flesh with large seeds. It is very popular in Southeast Asia, where it's nicknamed "the king of fruits." Durian is in fact very rich in nutrients, containing much more than most other fruits. But it is potentially toxic if combined with alcohol.

Geylang Durian Street is a 400-meter stretch on Sims Avenue with various durian stalls and diverse durian experiences. It is a busy, dusty two-way road running east-to-west through the Geylang neighborhood in Central Singapore, which is just on the other side of the Kallang River from Singapore’s commercial district and famous tourist spots like Gardens by the Bay and Little India. It is the most famous place in Singapore to eat durian.

Wander around Little India
Little India, originally settled by Indian labourers in the late 18th century, has now transformed from a district of racehorse tracks and lime pits to a neighborhood where traditional establishments and century-old temples merge flawlessly with boutique museums and budding art spaces.

Little India offers the tourist a splendid array of sights and sounds including Hindu temples, markets, jewelry shops and colorful decorations.You can have Indian food at a nearby restaurant or do shopping at enormous, 24 hour, everything-under-one-roof Mustafa Centre. Take a stroll through this 200-year-old enclave, and be inspired by vibrant culture, traditional aesthetics and the myriad artistic activities on offer. 

Bugis Street
Bugis Street Market is one of the largest, cheapest and probably most famous places to come shopping in the whole of Singapore. It offers latest and trendiest fashions at affordable prices and shoppers may also experience interesting street shopping experience here. Fifty years ago, this now famous shopping district was better known for being Singapore’s center of shady nightlife, attracting transvestites and workers of the night who would flock into town to entertain the visiting military men. 
Bugis has long shaken off its naughty side and become a hub of shopping, fine dining and chic cafés and bars which stay open long into the night. Bugis Street Market at the epicenter of it all, and found just next to the new malls at Bugis MRT Station. Over 800 shops of all shapes and sizes, makes this the biggest marketplace in Singapore, and most of the stalls open early (around 11:00), staying open until the crowds leave, which generally is around 22:00 or 23:00 on the weekends.

One can have unique and exclusive evening experiences at Night Safari. 
Gourmet Safari Express is first-of-its-kind adventurous and gastronomic tram ride into the night. Experience a candlelit dinner onboard a moving tram that offers great views of Night Safari animals. Also get a breathtaking view of the Seletar Reservoir as the tram rolls on before alighting to catch the thrilling Creatures of the Night Show. Especially with reserved seats, you’ll be awed by 30 minutes of non-stop action in one of the world’s most exciting animal presentations. The Gourmet Safari Express is an IFEA Pinnacle Gold Awards winner and a spectacular after-dark experience to remember.

One can also experience “An Evening in the Wild” by kickstarting the journey with a guided tram ride traversing different zones that are home to some of the world’s most fascinating animals. Next, enter a secret lakeside place overlooking Upper Seletar Reservoir. Here, you’ll be served with a four-course gourmet dinner complete with dessert and amazing wine in Singapore's first tipi tent. You will also enjoy close-up encounters with a few exotic animal friends. End the night on a high by witnessing at our popular animal extravaganza, the Creatures of the Night Show, with specially reserved seats for you and your companions.

 Infinity Pool at Marina Bay Sands
Imagine yourself swimming on top of the world and floating in theworld’s longest rooftop infinity pool gazing down on the glittering city-skyline. You won’t find a more spectacular photo-taking spot anywhere else in Singapore!
The Sands SkyPark Infinity Pool, at the top of the Singapore’siconic Marina Bay Sands, is one of the world's most stunning rooftop pools. The SkyPark Infinity Pool is located 57 stories above the ground and 150m long. It offers swimmers an incredible bird's-eye view of Singapore's spectacular metropolitan skyline.
After a swim, you can stretch out to sunbathe on a luxurious poolside lounger, or relax in the shade of a palm tree. You can experience the unforgettable beauty of a sunset amidst the clouds while sipping on Champagne.
To ensure that guests have the best experience with the hotel, access to the Infinity Pool is restricted to registered hotel guests only via their individual room key card, which needs to be presented to gain admission; one key card per person. 

Gelato Ice Cream
The Gelatissimo is famous for churning gelato in-store, using secret traditional Calabrian family recipes. Every day their artisan gelato makers are churning freshly made gelato in store with only the best, natural ingredients.
Gelatissimois offering a delicious range of award winning gelato to both locals and tourists alike, there’s no better way to cool down from the heat while roaming in Singapore. Gelato is made fresh daily, with no artifical colours or flavours, and they have over 32 different flavours available in store, you’ll be spoilt for choice!

Garden 1
The Singapore Botanic Gardens is a 158-year-old tropical garden situated at the fringe of Singapore's Orchard Road shopping district. It is one of three gardens, and the only tropical garden, to be honored as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2015. Garden is spread over an area of 82-hectares and has more than 10,000 species of flora. 
The Botanic Gardens was established at its present site in 1859 by an agri-horticultural society. It played a key role in the region's rubber trade boom in the early 20th century, when its first scientific director Henry Nicholas Ridley, headed research into the plant's cultivation. By perfecting the technique of rubber extraction, which is still in use today, and promoting its economic value to planters in the region, rubber output expanded rapidly.
Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage is Singapore’s most iconic outdoor concert venue, sitting at the end of a large lily pond located in the middle of the Singapore Botanic Gardens. Various free concerts are held regularly here at the Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage in Botanic Gardens Singapore. 
The stage has a unique shape which echoes the organic forms of flowers and leaves inspired by the lush greenery of the Botanical Gardens. Instrumental recitals, orchestral performances, plays and free concerts are frequently held here, and up to 3,000 people can enjoy the events while resting on the natural grass lawns.Even on non-concert days, families are often spotted enjoying themselves in the sun with their pets, alongside exercise enthusiasts working out in the garden.

Sling Drink
The Singapore Sling is a world famous cocktail from Singapore. This gin-basedlong drink was developed by Ngiam Tong Boon, a Hainanese bartender working at the Long Bar in Raffles Hotel, Singapore sometime before 1915. Initially it was called the gin sling. Basically, a sling was originally a North American drink composed of spirit and water, sweetened and flavored. 

The precise date of creation of the world's most famous cocktail is a mystery. As per Gretchen Liu’s coffee table book Raffles Hotel, Singapore Sling, sometimes called the gin sling, was first mixed one hot afternoon in 1915. While others are equally certain that it was available to thirsty guests at least a decade earlier.

The Raffles hotel's resident historian, Leslie Danker gives an amusing reason behind the Singapore Sling's creation: "At the time, ladies were not meant to be seen drinking in public. As the bar tender created a recipe that was pink, no one knew that the ladies were drinking gin."

Mustafa Centre, located in the thriving Little India quarter is Singapore's only 24 hour shopping mall. You will find every conceivable item here as well as various different services, all at great prices. There are over 300,000 items on display across four levels and over 400,000 Sq.ft, you will be able to find clothing, accessories, cosmetics, electronics, mobile phones, textiles, food, money changers and so much more.
One can experience a unique market style shopping experience at the Mustafa Center. Designer products are available in abundance at low prices with everything from textiles to watches and electronics on sale. The mall is in fact two department stores joined together with goods sold under the Mustafa name and streamlined by type. You might need to visit a couple of times to explore the whole mall as there is so much to browse through, there is also an excellent selection of cheap luggage in case you need extra space for all your shopping.

 Swing & Trampoline Bungy
The GX-5 Extreme Swing is actually adrenaline pumping, high thrills, extreme experience. It can be experienced at Clarke Quay. The extreme swing was actually designed and created in New Zealand - the home of extreme sports! This giant swing operates internationally in over 7 countries around the world. It has a 100% safety record, and falls from 50 metres, reaching a speed of over 120kph.
You can also put your acrobatic skills to the test with the Trampoline Bungy. The Trampoline Bungy allows riders to perform flips and somersaults, bouncing up to 8m in the air enjoying some awesome views of the river. In order to provide a fun yet safe environment, highly trained staff work in all aspects of operation. It is Ideal for the kids and the instructors will ensure that the attached harness ensures their safety throughout their experience.

sushi in china town
Sushi is a Japanese dish, which is now popular all over the world. It is basically vinegared rice with seafood on the top, or a mixture of the two.The most common type ishand-rolled sushi or Nigiri, which is rice rolled into bite-sized pieces, called Shari, and covered with a piece of seafood, called Neta. To enhance the flavor of the sushi, you can add a dash of wasabi (horseradish) and a very small amount of shoyu (soy sauce).
Chinatown was once an enclave for Singapore’s Chinese immigrants, but today it is much- beloved for its blend of old and new. You can find various Japanese restaurant where you can try authentic sushi. Foodies can also see behind-the-scenes insight into the preparation of Japanese dishes at various restaurants. 

Cendol Sling
Cendol is one of Singapore's most popular iced desserts. It is an iced sweet dessert that contains droplets of worm-like green rice flour jelly, coconut milk and palm sugar syrup. It is a great option to satisfy all cravings for shaved ice with sugar syrup
Cendol Sling is a fusion version of Ice Cendol that keeps you cooled and filled up at the same time.

Take Vespa Tour
Imagine experiencing Singapore’s sights, sounds and flavours up close and personal as you take off the beaten track on unique fleet of hand restored vintage vespa sidecars. Newly launched Singapore Sideways Vespa Tour is the world's first vintage Vespa sidecar tour service.
Participants get to whiz through unexplored open rooftops, go down quaint alleys, and enjoy personal encounters with locals.
The guided tours cover areas such as Kampong Glam, the Civic District, Chinatown, and the Joo Chiat-Katong area. Most tours are without stops, butcustom tours are availablefor those who want more out of an itinerary. Tourists can also request for options such as a night ride with food and drinks, a half day heritage tour, or simply book one of the 30-minute spins to get an overview of a historic neighborhood before moving on to other activities. The best thing about these tours is that they are appropriate for all age groups.

Discovery Centre 1
There is no better place to learn about the history and future of the city than the Singapore Discovery Centre. The centre consist of exhibits which display the history of Singapore as well as an insight on the future. The centre has also been described as an art gallery, science museum and outdoor play area all in one. It is a great place for half day outing for younger children, with plenty of easy to understand interactive displays and just about enough to keep adults entertained as well. It is located on Upper Jurong Road, about ten minute walk from Joo Koon MRT Station.
The National Museum of Singapore is the Singapore’s oldest museum that seeks to inspire with stories of the nation and the world. It was formerly known as Raffles Library and Museum. Initially it was started as a section of a library at Singapore Institution. After several relocations, in 1887 it moved to its permanent site at Stamford Road in the Museum Planning Area by Colonel Sir H.E Mc Callum.
Museum is housed within a neo-classical style building enhanced with modern structural designs. It is truly an architectural marvel boasting a breathtaking 11-metres high glass passage that enables you to tour the modern building through the old building. The museum was again opened 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. Visitors can explore over 1,700 historical and cultural artifacts here at the museum. 

cloud 9
Dining on Cloud 9 offers a unique in-the-sky dinner experience coupled with gorgeous views onboard a private dining cabin. Tourists can cosy up in their very own private cable car while relishing their 4 – course meal, as they take in the lights and splendor of Singapore's cityscape set against the romantic night sky.

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Thanks to FLAMINGO It Was Our Excellent Dream Trip
Thanks to FLAMINGO It Was Our Excellent Dream Trip

Thanks to FLAMINGO It Was Our Excellent Dream Trip

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