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Book Cheap Holidays and Honeymoons to Singapore

Singapore is a fascinating metropolis where peaceful patches of green weave their way through the bustling hyper-modern cityscape. Famous for its gleaming skyscrapers and squeaky clean image as a neat and orderly city, this popular destination is also nicknamed the Garden City. Due to its ecological efforts, Singapore has also been deemed the greenest city in Asia in recent years. Over 50 per cent of the city limits are parks and gardens, and its location at the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula, including 63 islands, only adds to its natural allure. But don’t be fooled by the beauty of trees and sea views. Singapore is a sprawling city home to over 5 million people. With cheap holiday packages to Singapore, you'll discover a cosmopolitan playground, a world-leader in foreign trade and finance, and a multicultural hub that can proudly boast four official languages: English, Chinese, Malay and Tamil. Constantly changing, the ‘Lion City’ has fine dining, wonderful shopping, contemporary art, a pulsating nightlife scene and outdoor activities for one and all.

There’s an endless list of things to do on Singapore holidays & honeymoons, so the best tactic is to plan ahead so you can make the most of it all. The Riverside area, with its museums, statues and theatres, is a great starting point for your adventures, including the fascinating Asian Civilizations Museum and the 100-year-old Hong San See Temple. But also don’t miss the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, the original Merlion statue at Merlion Park, and the Sri Mariamman Temple, which is the city’s oldest Hindu temple. Shopaholic or not, a stop by Orchard Road is a must. Aside from here, there are hi-tech malls to wander around, the stylish Haji Lane or markets, like down at the river at Clarke Quay, where you can haggle around for some beautiful, ethnic arts and crafts. History-lovers will revel in the halls of the National Museum of Singapore. To glimpse the soaring skyline from the water, catch a scenic cruise from Marina Bay. While you’re there, browse the Bay Market and explore Gardens by the Bay, a massive and colourful futuristic park touting waterfront gardens, a waterfall, flower dome, cloud forest and an awesome aerial walkway.

For more fun, thrills and excitement, Singapore will keep you more than amused. Both young and old will love a ride on the Singapore Flyer, a night safari through Singapore Zoo and the worlds of creativity on display at the Art Science Museum. Sentosa Island is also jam-packed with family friendly activities, from the rides, attractions and entertainment of Universal Studios to the marine wonders of Underwater World. It’s also home to stacks of great adventure parks, a cable car ride and numerous beaches. When you’ve had enough of rushing from sight to sight, it’s never hard to find a green oasis to escape the city buzz. Traditional favourites are the fantastic Singapore Botanic Gardens, home to the world’s largest orchard display, and Fort Canning Park. From waterskiing on the Kallang River to wiling away the nights in slick cocktail bars, cosmopolitan delights, historic sights and peaceful escapes abound. 

Wander the different ethnic neighbourhoods and soak up their unique atmosphere. A mix of Western, Chinese, Indian and Malay cultures, it’s hardly a surprise that Singapore offers up some of the most mouth-watering cuisine in the Far East. This isn’t just served up in fine dining restaurants either, as street food offers some brilliant delicacies. Chinatown, Little India and the Arab Quarter give you a great base to try some flavoursome food while hawker food markets have a wide range of dishes. Keep your eye out for: Hokkien Mee, Char Kway Teow, Bak Kut Teh, Laksa, Satay, and of course the delicious spicy chilli crab and black pepper crayfish.


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