Singapore City Catalogue

Topics: Singapore, Stamford Raffles, Sentosa Pages: 6 (2027 words) Published: February 4, 2013
Singapore Population: 5.8 million Time Zone: UTC+8 Dialing code: +65 Currency: Singapore Dollar

Watch. Plan. Travel.

In order to see more and do more in Singapore, we highly recommend two unique cards that will help you enjoy the best attractions and, on top of that, stay within your budget. The Singapore City Pass will allow you free entry to the city’s best attractions. The Singapore Pass will help you enjoy a bundle of tours and attractions for your whole family. Check out both of these passes, as they can change your Singapore vacation completely!

Singapore is not all that big, but there are many hidden gems in it. We recommend spending one day doing some sightseeing and exploring the main areas of the city. You can take a guided tour, or perhaps board a “hop on hop off” bus, which will make stops at all the major attractions, ensuring that you won’t miss a thing. Looking for a unique way to spend a night in Singapore? If you travel with your family, you may want to visit the night safari. If you visit Singapore with your loved one, what about an unforgettable dinner on the Singapore Flyer, the absolute tallest Ferris wheel in the world?

Singapore has become one of the world’s top destinations for tourists. It may be small, but it is packed with an abundance of places and attractions to explore and activities to experience. Pre-planning your Singapore vacation will help you enjoy this place to its fullest extent. Here are our top five ideas

Sentosa Island is a tiny island next to the shore of Singapore, and it is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in all of Singapore. You can join one of the morning tours or afternoon tours to the island and explore its great attractions.

One of the top attractions for kids in Singapore is Universal Studios. We recommend that you pre-book your tickets in advance in order to avoid the long lines; our offer even includes a round-trip shuttle to the park.

City pass

See Singapore Pass: This card must be one of the best things you could use in your next vacation in Singapore. More then just saving time and money, you should consider it as a way of upgrading your time in the city. By holding this card you will get free entry to top attractions

in the city and, based on our experience, you will find yourself taking in more attractions with your kids, and experiencing more of this amazing city. If you are visiting the city for more than a few days, our tip is to book the pass for 2 or 3 days which takes the price down dramatically to $37 – 38 per day. This will allow you to spend 3-4 hours every day sightseeing, and the rest of the day as you please. The long list of attractions will suite all tastes: Singapore Flyer (regularly $23), Forest Adventure ($33), Snow City ($21), Underwater World ($20), Singapore Zoo ($19.50), Night Safari ($25), Singapore Walking Tour ($23.50), just to name a few! Singapore City Pass: Why not tour the city’s attractions at your own pace while saving up to 40% of the admission costs? You could select 1 out of 3 types of city tours (Duck Tour, Open Bus Night Tour

and a Walking Tour) as well as entry tickets for 2 attractions. The pass is valid for 1 or 3 days, and according to the number of days selected, you will get a wider selection of attractions. For example: Booking a 3 days pass allows you to select between Universal Studios Park, the Zoo, Night Safari etc… while with the one day pass you could take a ride on the Singapore Flyer, visit Sentosa Cineblast or similar attractions. In any case, this pass could save you and your family a lot of money! Singapore Flexi Pass: Design your own itinerary of attractions in Singapore and allow yourself up to 30 days to explore them all! In this offer you could choose between a selection of 3 or 5 attractions from a list of 12. Design your own schedule and decide by yourself how much money to save! For example: if you choose to visit

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