Local & Reigional Tours

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Local Tours




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The drive will take you past the well-known monuments of the Civic District, and on to the Merlion Park, where you can soak in the spectacular views of the Marina Bay.

Visit Singapore’s oldest Buddhist-Taoist temple – Thian Hock Keng Temple – before heading to Chinatown to observe local craftsmen at work.

The next stop will be the National Orchid Garden followed by Little India, a fascinating enclave to end the day’s tour.


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Feast your eyes on more than 500,000 plants from over 2,200 species at this award-winning attraction. Be delighted by the 9 different gardens from 6 continents inside the simulated Mediterranean climate of the Flower Dome.

Explore the tallest indoor waterfall in the world and 7 discovery zones within the Cloud Forest.



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 The tour commences at the Kranji War Memorial, a site which commemorates the heroes of World War II.

The journey continues to Bright Hill Temple which features striking architecture and a meaningful history.  And off to lunch at a local restaurant.

 The tour takes you next to the Changi Chapel & Museum which offers more insights into those days when Singapore was under Japanese occupation.  The tour ends at the fascinating Gardens by the Bay.



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Savour a piece of Singapore’s history as you stand at where it all began – the Raffles Landing Site.  This is where the island city’s founder, Sir Stamford Raffles is believed to have first stepped ashore in the year 1819.

 Uncover the history of the Singapore River before stopping at Raffles Hotel for Afternoon Tea.  Wrap up the day with a leisurely bumboat cruise that originates from Clarke Quay.



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 Get acquainted with what the locals call a “wet” market by hopping on an adventure to see the sights and sounds of a market which offers you the freshest bargains.  When you’re through, you can rub shoulders with the locals enjoying a leisurely breakfast at Chinatown Complex.  This is followed by a visit to a Chinese traditional and heritage shop for herbs, tonics and pastries.  Your discovery journey ends on a sweet note with enticing local desserts.



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 From the historical Benjamin Sheares Bridge or any of the restaurants lined against the Singapore River, you can take in the shimmering lights of Singapore’s CBD.   Explore the bustling Bugis Street or other seasonal night bazaars for bargains and round up the magical evening at Raffles Hotel for the legendary Singapore Sling.


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Singapore’s Chinatown comes alive at night!

 Always bustling with a mix of old and new, the area is filled with traditional shops and markets as well as cool stores and cafes.  At a Chinese medical hall, you will understand how Traditional Chinese Medicine can help to regulate your Yin and Yang.  After dinner at a local restaurant, enjoy shopping at the Night Market, followed by taking a trishaw ride through the alleyways that lead to Clarke Quay, where you board a bumboat for a cruise along the Singapore River.



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Pick-up time:     15:00hrs

Tour starts:         15:30hrs

Duration:             5 hrs

Hop onto a cable car from Faber Peak Singapore, perched atop the popular Mount Faber.  The ride transports you to Sentosa Island while you enjoy a panoramic view of one of the world’s busiest harbour.

Sentosa Island, aka The State of Fun, is home to an exciting array of themed attractions.

Have a visual feast inside the world’s largest aquarium located in Resorts World Sentosa, S.E.A. Aquarium™ where you can immerse yourself in a magical marine world. Featuring more than 100,000 marine animals from over 800 species across 49 habitats, the aquarium houses majestic manta rays, goliath groupers, hammerhead sharks and other gentle giants of the sea.

Next, enter into the air-conditioned cabin of Singapore's tallest observatory tower that offers panoramic views at 131 metres above sea level across Singapore, Sentosa, Southern Islands, right up to neighboring Malaysia and the Indonesian islands.  The Sky Tower offers breathtaking views both day and night as it gently revolves.

What better way to top off an exciting day at Sentosa than to take in a spectacular after-dark show entitled “Wings of Time”, set outdoors against the backdrop of the open sea?  Be spellbound by an awe-inspiring display of water, laser and fire effects, set to majestic music and breathtaking choreography.  It is a tale of friendship and courage that will linger on long after you depart from this magical isle.



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Pick-up time:     18:15hrs

Tour starts:         18:45hrs

                   Duration:             4 hrs                     

Priority Queue for Tram Ride is included in the Tour

 The Singapore Night Safari is the world’s first wildlife park for nocturnal animals.  The star of the Night Safari experience is a guided tram ride that takes you across 6 geographical zones of the world. See nocturnal animals in their naturalistic habitats and look out for the free-ranging ones which may just be an arm’s length away from the tram.

 Explore the walking trails to get up close to the animals that are hardly visible from the tram journey. Take a leisurely trek along the Leopard Trail where you will see the largest collection of wildlife indigenous to Southeast Asia, along with the small and medium-size cats of Asia . Or, go down under into the Outback to discover native wildlife of Australia at the Night Safari’s newest attractions, the captivating Wallaby Trail.  Here, you can catch sight of some of Australia’s most fascinating nocturnal wildlife natives.

 No visit to Night Safari is complete without watching the signature Thumbuakar Performance. The troop of crowd-pleasing pyro warriors will heat up your night with their energy, rhythm and amazing fire-twirling skills.  Lastly, don’t miss the must-see Creatures of the Night Show. This 20-minute animal extravaganza brings together a constellation of night-time superstars who will thrill you with their natural and unique behaviours and skills.

 This will make for an unforgettable after-dark wildlife adventure.

Regional Tours

* All prices quoted subject to change.


Langkawi, Malaysia (Departure from Singapore)


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The archipelago of Langkawi sits in the Andaman Sea, close to the Malaysian-Thai border. Pulau Langkawi is the largest island of the archipelago and has some of the most beautiful beaches in Malaysia. The island’s famed aquatic life and its idyllic isolated location mean it is a perfect place to relax in the peace and quiet and enjoy life under the Malaysian sun.

 You may prefer to rent a car or motorbike from the ferry terminal in Kuah, on the south coast, to explore Langkawi’s many beautiful tropical beaches. Most of the beaches are situated along the northern and western coasts of the island.

 Choose between developed and isolated beaches. Pantai Centang offers amenities including restaurants, pubs and beer gardens, while Pantai Kok is sheltered by mountains and forests. If you want to experience the best of both worlds, visit Datai Beach to experience an age-old forest surrounding five-star resorts, spas and of course the white-sand beach. Explore the azure waters with paddleboats and snorkels, which are available for rent.

 Langkawi also offers many magnificent diving opportunities. Join a dive tour and visit underwater coral reefs teeming with wildlife such as lobsters, barracudas and black-tip reef sharks. Just an hour away from Langkawi Island, Pulau Payar Marine Park is one of the more popular dive sites, but many of the beaches are often completely isolated. Rent a sailing boat and explore one of these untouched beaches at your own pace.

 The island is also famous for its duty-free shopping and fine dining. Langkawi’s ethnic diversity means that there is a wide variety of foods to choose from. The main settlement of Kuah offers cuisine from all over Asia, including Indian, Thai and Chinese. You can also try a local Malay restaurant or sample some of the delicious local seafood.

3D2N BERJAYA LANGKAWI GETAWAY from SGD258  – 3 day free & easy package


- 2 nights stay at Berjaya Langkawi Resort with daily breakfast.

- Return Airport – Hotel – Airport SIC transfer

- Arrival/Departure between 2300hrs to 0700hrs surcharge $15 per passenger per way


(SGD298 Sunset cruise with dinner for 2 persons on arrival day. *Depart Daily - Cruise Time from 5pm to 8pm)

 Tour price includes:

 * Return economy class airfare on Silkair ' Q ' Class. (*If Q class promo are full or not available, pax need to top up for the higher class fare.)

 * 02 nights accommodation at Resort World Langkawi with breakfast.

 * Return airport - hotel - airport transfer valid from 0800hrs-2200hrs only.

Penang, Malaysia (Departure from Singapore)


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 Penang is an island, with temperatures that may be higher than what is experienced at mainland Malaysia. Temperatures on the island can go up to 35 degC. During the day, temperature ranges from 29 degC to 35 degC while the range drops to 26 degC to 29 degC during the night.  Do expect the weather to be pretty hot and sunny.

 Tourist attractions are aplenty - there are the Batu Ferringhi Beach, the Gurney Drive which is a food haven, Tanjung Bungah, Penang Toy Museum, Penang National Park, the Kek Lok Si Temple, the Penang Hill and Khoo Kongsi. Other places of attraction are the Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion, Pinang Peranakan Mansion, Little India Penang, Fort Cornwallis, Clock Tower, Snake Temple, Kompleks Tun Abdul Razak (KOMTAR), Penang Museum & Art Gallery, Tanjung City Marina, Tropical Spice Garden, botanic garden and Pulau Jerejak.

 The must-do for tourists should be a trishaw ride and a tour around Georgetown which is a Unesco World Heritage Site. It is the best way to tour around the charming town.  Indulge in the delicious line up of  Penang food. Be sure to try out the myriads of street food and their famous assam laksa and chendol. For one who just wants to unwind, the Batu Ferringhi beach is the place to just sit back and enjoy the breath-taking scenery. Or you can take in the panoramic view of Penang by getting on the cable car up to Penang Hill. This is also an activity not to be missed. Flea markets are aplenty in Penang. There are also many souvenirs and local products for sale in Penang.  Pick up some for your friends back home. Penang has many places of worship. They are also worth the visit.  If you love to party all night long, come on over to Penang Road, where the clubbing scene comes alive after dark.

4D Penang Express from SGD249

 LAND TOUR ONLY PACKAGE INCLUDES: * 3 Nights hotel accommodation with daily breakfast * Land transfers, meals and sightseeing as per itinerary Penang Tour Package from Singapore | Malaysia Tour Packages

 3Days 2Nights Penang Heritage & Scenic Night Tour

Koh Samui, Thailand (Departure from Singapore)


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Koh Samui is the leading resort island in the Gulf of Thailand, and it boasts of highly-developed infrastructure. Visitors who are looking forward to something a little more rustic don't have to travel far. The remote interior and outlying islands are beautifully serene.

 Most of the scenic sites congregate on the eastern coast of the island within reach of Chaweng and Lamai beaches. Some of these spots can be visited on foot from area resorts, but most require some form of transportation. Hotels and resorts offer island tours that take in most of the major attractions.

 One of the more significant landmarks is the playful Hinta Hinyai (Grandfather and Grandmother Rocks), but there are many more marvelous feats of nature including Na Muang Falls or the expansive Ang Thong National Marine Park. The island also offers several gardens and touristy parks of interest to visitors.



- 2N With Daily Breakfast

- Samui Airport / Hotel / Samui Airport Transfers

 3D2N Koh Samui Free & Easy  from SGD148

Bangkok, Thailand (Departure from Singapore)


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 Bangkok, Thailand’s capital, is a large city known for ornate shrines and vibrant street life. The boat-filled Chao Phraya River feeds its network of canals, flowing past the Rattanakosin royal district, home to opulent Grand Palace and its sacred Wat Phra Kaew Temple. Nearby is Wat Pho Temple with an enormous reclining Buddha and, on the opposite shore, Wat Arun Temple with its steep steps and Khmer-style spire.



* 2 Nights hotel accommodation

* Daily hotel breakfast

* Return transfers via seat-in-coach

* Complimentary Half Day City Tour via seat-in-coach

* Extension night is based on twin sharing basis

Bangkok & Pattaya, Thailand (Departure from Singapore)


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* 3 Nights hotel accommodation

* Return transfers Airport - Hotel - Airport

* Meals, Sightseeing Tour as per itinerary

* Service of English/Chinese speaking guide



* 4 Nights hotel accommodation

* Return land transfers

* Meals & Sightseeing as per itinerary

* Service of an English/Chinese-speaking guide

5D4N Bangkok Pattaya Tour from SGD478

* 4 Nights hotel accommodation

* Return land transfers

* Meals & Sightseeing as per itinerary


Bali, Indonesia (Departure from Singapore)


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 Bali is an Indonesian island famous for its forested volcanic mountains, iconic rice paddies, stretches of beach and enticing coral reefs. The island is home to religious sites such as cliffside Uluwatu Temple. To the south, the beachside city of Kuta has lively bars, while Seminyak, Sanur and Nusa Dua are popular resort towns. The island is also known for its yoga and meditation retreats.


  • 3 Nights Hotel accomodations with daily breakfast
  • 2 Ways Airport/Hotel/Airport Seat In Coach Transfer (SIC)
  • Tour & meal as per itinerary
  • Day 1 : Singapore – Bali
  • Day 2 : Bali – Kintamani, Barong Dance, Tampak Siring, Ubud Art Market
  • Day 3 : Bali – Tanjong Benoa, Alas Kedaton, Tanah Lot Temple
  • Day 4 : Bali – Singapore

Package from SGD220, inclusive of:        

  • Return Air Tickets
  • 3 Nights Accommodation
  • Return Airport Transfers
  • Half-Day Ubud Art Village Tour
  • Half Day Tanah Lot Sunset Tour