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Singapore is a cultural melting pot, with elaborate temples, colonial architecture, and aromatic street markets at every turn.  

Despite its small size, Singapore is one of Asia’s most dynamic destinations, known for its first-class culinary scene, premier shopping on Orchard Road, and multicultural districts of Chinatown and Little India. Often referred to as ‘the Gateway to Asia’, the city-state's rich heritage is reflected in the historic buildings that are nestled between its modern skyscrapers, from opulent mosques to brightly-coloured temples. 

On one of our luxury Singapore holidays, you could swim in the world’s largest rooftop infinity pool at Marina Bay Sands, sip on a Singapore Sling in the historic Raffles Hotel, explore the architectural wonder of Gardens by the Bay, and enjoy Singapore's most famous dish: chilli crab. Whilst the country is known for its skyline, nature is never far in this ‘Garden City’, with lush greenery interspersed throughout the streets and a strong emphasis on keeping the environment clean. The expansive Singapore Botanic Gardens showcases the region’s tropical flora, whilst the lively Marina Bay boasts some of the city’s top attractions, including the ArtScience Museum, Singapore Flyer, and SkyPark Observation Deck.  

Known for its luxury hotels, a stay in Singapore promises Michelin-star restaurants, award-winning spas, stylish accommodation, and chic rooftop bars. With a prime position in Southeast Asia, Singapore is an ideal destination for multi-centre holidays, with direct flights to Bali, Thailand, and Malaysia, as well as Fiji and Australia. Our Asia specialists will tailor-make your itinerary to you, whether you’re looking for an action-packed family holiday, a multi-centre honeymoon, or a luxury couples’ getaway.  

Our Top Singapore Experiences 

  • Visit one of the world’s tallest indoor waterfalls at Cloud Forest in Gardens by the Bay. 
  • Ignite the senses on a private food tour of Chinatown.  
  • Soak in the views of Singapore from the world’s largest rooftop infinity pool.  
  • Get a taste of old Singapore and explore the neighbourhood of Katong, known for its colourful 19th century architecture.  

Best Time to Visit 

With a hot, tropical climate, Singapore is an all-year-round destination, though the best time to visit is between the months of March and August when there is lower rainfall and humidity.  

Marina Bay Sands
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If you want something grander and more impressive than an ordinary hotel, Marina Bay Sands delivers an unprecedented approach to enjoyment on a Singaporean holiday. Capturing the essence of modern Singapore, here you will find the epitome of luxury with
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Mandarin Oriental Singapore
Singapore, Singapore
When you come to Singapore, one of the highest priorities on your mind should be to discover as much of this entrancing city as possible during your time here. From the stunning bay to the local cuisine and attractions, there
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Shangri-La Singapore
Kukup, Singapore
Set within 15 acres of landscaped gardens adorned with Japanese Koi ponds and peace-inducing waterfalls, experience the epitome of five-star luxury at the legendary Shangri-La Singapore. You would never believe you were in the heart of the city in this
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With a hot, tropical climate, Singapore is an all-year-round destination, though the best time to visit is between the months of March and August when there is lower rainfall and humidity.




























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Gardens by the Bay

Spanning an incredible 101 hectares, Singapore’s famous exhibition is the jewel in an already impressive crown. The park is comprised of a myriad of fascinating and striking attractions, sure to amaze visitors of all ages.

Explore the misty mountains, be blown away by the opulent OCBC skyway, see the awe-inspiring flower dome, and marvel at the immensity of the self-sufficient Supertrees. And, when you’ve seen all the magnificence that your mind can handle, you can relax and satisfy your other appetite in one of the many fine restaurants within the compound. Make no mistake: this is an attraction that ticks all the boxes.

Cable Cars

Not a fan of getting wet while sightseeing? Singapore’s got you covered. Instead of hopping into an infinity pool, you could hop into a cable car, which will take you to the resort island of Sentosa and give you an uninterrupted view along the way.

Depart from Mount Faber and embark on a picturesque ride above the city, absorbing the gorgeous skyline, beautiful views of the bay and Keppel Harbour, all in one journey. The fun doesn’t stop there: when you arrive in Sentosa you will find yourself presented with an endless choice of entertainment and amusement.

SkyPark at Marina Bay Sands

There really is nothing better than being on your dream holiday, feeling on top of the world as you take in a panoramic view of the impressive city beneath you. Take in soaring views of the city from the Marina Bay Sand's incredible Sky Park.

Plunge into a pool with a difference; one that is infinite in a number of ways. Providing opulent luxury, cool refreshment from the Singapore heat, and an incomparable view of the entire city, Singapore’s rooftop infinity pools are a lavish experience, definitely not to be missed. If you don't fancy swimming, visit one of the Sky Park's many dazzling restaurants for a lavish meal or the bars for a cocktail or two.

Botanic Gardens

Singapore is not home to just one exhibition of floral brilliance: hidden away just outside of the city is a tropical wonderland that Alice herself could not dream of.

Singapore’s Botanic Garden is a historic national park and a certified UNESCO World Heritage Site. Filled to the brim with all manner of stunning features, including authentic Asian architecture, a serene Healing Garden, lush rainforests, a multiplicity of tranquil lakes and incomparable National Orchid Garden, among other attractions, this park truly is a must-see for anyone visiting Singapore.

ArtScience Museum

With its flower-like appearance, the extraordinary architecture of Singapore’s ArtScience Museum is fascinating in and of itself.

Combining two of mankind’s greatest virtues, the ArtScience museum is a celebration of the world’s greatest achievements. Home to a countless selection of captivating shows, there is no shortage of wonder to be found here. Spectacular exhibitions displaying treasures, artefacts that have previously been exhibited in London’s Natural History Museum, street art and immersive virtual rainforests, to name just a few, guarantee that you’ll leave with your thirst for knowledge overwhelmingly quenched.

Chinatown Food Tour

Journey around the cultural wonderland of Singapore's very own Chinatown and sample an eclectic variety of mouth-watering dishes.

What could be better than an afternoon spent travelling around a vibrant destination and eating delectable cuisine? If you agree that nothing could beat that, a Chinatown Food Tour is the activity for you. From hawker stalls on Chinatown Food Street (yes, a whole street dedicated to food!) to the more chic establishments on Duxton Road and other nearby areas, there is no shortage of delicious food to be sampled in this vibrant Chinese haven.

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English, Malay


Singapore Dollar


GMT +7.00

Best Time To Travel:

July - September or February - April

Flight Time:

13h 00m

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