Singapore – South-East Asia’s powerhouse and a bustling modern metropolis, Singapore lets you enjoy the essence of life, without burning a hole in your pocket.

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    Singapore is where you find all kinds of enthusiastic travellers – trekkers, action seekers, collectors, explorers, socialisers and even foodies. It is a city that lets you rekindle your passion for life.

    Action amidst fun

    Singapore is a hotspot of fun and activities. Here are a few starters for you.

    Reverse bungee jumping

    If you love bungee jumping, you would definitely enjoy reverse bungee jumping at Clarke Quay. How about catapulting 60 meters into the air at the speed of 200 kmph? You can really have the thrills enjoying that, don’t you think?

    Indoor surfing

    WaveHouse Sentosa is a famous place for indoor surfing where you can enjoy going up and down the surface with the water flowing at a speed of 20mph. 30,000 gallons of water flow in to make the ride joyful.

    Cable Skiing

    Singapore’s Wake Park is famous for knee-boarding, wake skating and wake boarding activities. Cable skiing is a form of waterskiing, so you can have wholesome fun.

    Driving on F1 Track

    If zipping along on Ferrari or Lamborghini is your idea of vacation, then you can definitely test your mettle on the official F1 Track. You can choose your idea of fun side, and take home.

    Singapore cuisine

    Being a melting pot of cultures, you can enjoy cuisines from several cultures – mainly, Chinese, Indian, Malaysian and Indonesian.

    Wanton Mee

    This wanton noodle dish was influenced by Hong Kong cuisine, and made appetizing by sweet sauce, wanton dumplings filled with pork and slices of pork char siew.

    Singapore Fried Carrot Cake

    The Singapore Fried Carrot Cake is nothing like the Western cake. It is a Teochew dish made with beats eggs, preserved radish (chai poh) and white radish flour cake. The taste of the cake is absolutely heavenly, and you can add molasses to it to increase the flavour.

    Dim Sum

    Interestingly, Dim Sum is not a single dish. In fact, it is a series of small snacks, meant to be consumed among a small group. This is a typical Chinese custom, and consists of BBQ Pork Buns, Siew Mai, Chee Cheong Fun and Xiao Long Bao.

    Kaya Toast with Soft-Boiled Eggs

    Kaya Toast with Soft-Boiled Eggs is a typical Singapore breakfast where traditional bread is toasted and lathered with coconut or egg kaya. A thick slice of SCS butter is slapped within the two slices of the freshly grilled bread. Once the butter is melted, you can savour this yummy dish.

    Good places to shop

    Singapore will bowl you over with the city’s shopping options. Here are a few:

    Orchard Road

    Go on a shopping spree at Orchard Road, in the heart of Singapore. There are plenty of cafes, bars and restaurants if you want to treat yourself after some backbreaking budget shopping endeavour.

    Mustafa Centre

    Mustafa Centre is a 24 hour department store that is also known as one-shop store for everything. You get absolutely everything for sale here.

    Go Singapore? Where’s your passport?


    Cultural Tours

    Cultural Tours

    Tourism is travel for pleasure or business; also the theory and practice of touring, the business of attracting, accommodating, and entertaining tourists, and the business of operating tours. Tourism may be international, or within the traveller’s country. The World Tourism Organization defines tourism more generally, in terms which go “beyond the common perception of tourism as being limited to holiday activity only”, as people “traveling to and staying in places outside their usual environment for not more than one consecutive year for leisure, business and other purposes”.

    Tourism can be domestic or international, and international tourism has both incoming and outgoing implications on a country’s balance of payments. Today, tourism is a major source of income for many countries, and affects the economy of both the source and host countries, in some cases being of vital importance.

    Day/Night Trips

      Day/Night Trips

      When you are visiting big destinations like Europe, Singapore, Malaysia, Dubai or any similar place, you have the advantage of making day/night trips to tourism destinations that are closer to it. For example, when you are in Singapore, you can easily head to Macau for the day,…………..

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      and explore all the activities and delights on offer there. Then you can easily come back to your hotel in Singapore, instead of checking out and lugging all your luggage.


      Featured Tours

      Jungle Safari

      Jungle Safari

      A is an overland journey, usually a trip by tourists to Africa. In the past, the trip was often a big-game hunt, but today, safari often refers to trips to observe and photograph wildlife—or hiking and sightseeing, as well.

      The Swahili word safari means journey, originally from the Arabic meaning a journey; the verb for “to travel” in Swahili is kusafiri. These words are used for any type of journey, e.g. by bus from Nairobi to Mombasa or by ferry from Dar es Salaam to Unguja. Safari entered the English language at the end of the 1850s thanks to Richard Francis Burton, the famous explorer.
      The Regimental March of the King’s African Rifles was ‘Funga Safari’, literally ‘tie up the March’, or, in other words, pack up equipment ready to march.

      In 1836 William Cornwallis Harris led an expedition purely to observe and record wildlife and landscapes by the expedition’s members. Harris established the safari style of journey, starting with a not too strenuous rising at first light, an energetic day walking, an afternoon rest then concluding with a formal dinner and telling stories in the evening over drinks and tobacco.



      Kayaking is the use of a kayak for moving across water. It is distinguished from canoeing by the sitting position of the paddler and the number of blades on the paddle. A kayak is a low-to-the-water, canoe-like boat in which the paddler sits facing forward, legs in front, using a double-bladed paddle to pull front-to-back on one side and then the other in rotation. Most kayaks have closed decks, although sit-on-top and inflatable kayaks are growing in popularity as well.

      Kayaks were created thousands of years ago by the Inuit, formerly known as Eskimos, of the northern Arctic regions. They used driftwood and sometimes the skeleton of whale, to construct the frame of the kayak, and animal skin, particularly seal skin was used to create the body. The main purpose for creating the kayak, which literally translates to “hunter’s boat” was for hunting and fishing. The kayak’s stealth capabilities, allowed for the hunter to sneak up behind animals on the shoreline, and successfully catch their prey. By the mid-1800s the kayak became increasingly popular and the Europeans became interested. German and French men began kayaking for sport. In 1931, a man named Adolf Anderle became the first person to kayak down the Salzachofen Gorge, this is where the birthplace of modern-day white-water kayaking is believed to have begun. Kayak races were introduced in the Berlin Olympic Games in 1936.

      In the 1950s fiberglass kayaks were developed and commonly used, until 1980s when polyethylene plastic kayaks came about. Kayaking progressed as a fringe sport in the U.S. until the 1970s, when it became a mainstream popular sport. Now, more than 10 white water kayaking events are featured in the Olympics.While kayaking represents a key international watersport, few academic studies have been conducted on the role kayaking plays in the lives and activities of the public .