Tour Overview

Singapore was part of British Malaya for many centuries. It was ruled by the Sultanate of Johor before the British came to the Island and set up a port and colony in 1819. After World War II, Singapore became an independent nation and republic, where she remains till today. Start the package with exploring Singapore with Bumboat on day 1 where you will visit the Singapore Botanical Gardens and then cultural encountering for day 2 which includes Chinese, Malays, Indians, Caucasians and Eurasians and also have a chance of tasting the different cuisine like roti Prata and the The halia. You will get the “Crazy Rich Asians” experience right here. Continue with a visit to the flower dome on day 3 which will also give you an experience of the Crazy Rich Asians. Start off day 4 of the package by visiting the flower dome that replicates the cool dry climate of the Mediterranean and South Africa and your package ends on day 5 with a departure back home.

Trip Highlights

  • Hokkien Temples
  • National Orchid Gardens
  • Little India and see the colorful flower garland shops and henna painting
  • Crazy Rich Asians experience
  • CHIJMES wedding venue
  • Flower Dome which are climate controlled indoor glass houses
  • Gardens by the Bay to see the super tree grove

Trip Itinerary

Arrival at the airport, transfer to your pre-booked hotel and spend the rest of the day at leisure.

Overnight: At the Hotel

Basis: Bed and breakfast

Start the day with a visit to the oldest and most important Hokkien temples in Singapore, Thian Hock Keng Temple. The temple was built in traditional southern Chinese architectural masterpiece of stone, tiles and dragons and phoenixes, amazing cravings, intricate sculptures and imposing columns.  Have lunch and next stop is the National Orchid Garden, within the Singapore Botanic Gardens, which boasts a colorful display of 60,000 orchid plants, with 400 species and more than 2,000 hybrids represented. Remember to look out for Miss Vanda Miss Joaquim, the national flower of Singapore.

Overnight: At the Hotel

Basis: Bed and breakfast

Today, Singapore has a diverse populace of just over 5 million people or more which is made up of Chinese, Malays, Indians, Caucasians and Eurasians (plus other mixed groups) and Asians of different origins, which is in line with the nation’s history as a crossroads for various ethnic and racial groups. Experience up close the various cultures come alive before your very eyes as you explore the nooks and crannies of each ethnic heritage enclave by turns. Travel to Little India where you will see bustling streets showcasing aromatic and exotic spices, colorful flower-garland shops, vegetable vendors, busy curry houses and even henna painting. Continue the day by moving on to Tekka Centre, it is a multi-use building comprising a wet market, food center and shops in Little India. Today, Tekka Centre remains a landmark in Little India, where different ethnic communities congregate. You will get to watch up-close roti prata flipping in one of the shops. Roti Prata is one of the local favorite all day meal; a fried flatbread that is cooked over a flat grill. It is usually served with a vegetable or meat-based curry and it is originated from Singapore. Move to Kampong Glam, admire the quiet majesty of the Sultan’s Mosque with its unmistakable golden dome, explore colorful food eateries, and browse through old-fashioned shops selling batiks, carpets, rattan basket-ware and exotic perfumes. Take the opportunity to try ‘Teh Halia’ in one of the shops. Teh halia is Malay for ginger tea. This slightly spicy and sweet drink is served in traditional coffee shops in Singapore and Malaysia. The coffee shop version of the ginger milk tea is especially sweet as they use sweetened condensed milk. Enjoy a scrumptious lunch at The Coconut Club. The Coconut Club was born out of the desire to bring people together over the most satisfying Nasi Lemak possible. It has become an iconic place to gather over plates of delicious fried chicken, grilled fish and a variety of sharing plates such as our Homemade Otah, Terung Assam Manis and Iga Bakar. After lunch, get your “Crazy Rich Asians” experience right here in Singapore. This tour will bring you to some of the movie’s locations. Visit the CHIJMES where the wedding ceremony was held. This colonial era compound (strangely spelt due to Singaporeans’ love of acronyms, but pronounced Chimes) was variously a convent and a school (the Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus Middle Education School). What you don’t see from the movie is that the complex which was restored in 1996 is used for commercial purposes as a dining, shopping and entertainment center with ethnic restaurants, shops and a function hall, providing a backdrop for musicals, recitals, theatrical performances and weddings. Later in the day, head over to Newton Food center located next to the Central Business District with charming Victorian wrought iron structure, that is usually dismissed this way by Singaporeans Newton is the actual location for the street food fest in the film that’s had critics salivating with close to 100 stalls, it’s no wonder this food center got chosen to be featured in Crazy Rich Asians. Food gurus strongly recommends Hup Kee Fried Oyster Omelette Kwee Heng Duck Noodle, Kwang Kee Teochew Fish Porridge, Bee Heng Popiah Soon Wah Fishball Kway Teow Mee (for fish ball noodles) and Chong Pang Huat, for barbecued chicken wings. End the day by visiting Gardens by the Bay that spans over 100 hectares and is a highlight for any visitor to Singapore. Built at a cost of over one billion dollars, the gardens opened June 2012 and have already been billed as an unmissable attraction.

Overnight: At the Hotel

Basis: Bed and breakfast

Start your day at leisure and in the afternoon visit the Flower Dome, which are climate controlled indoor glass houses. The Flower Dome (the larger of the two) replicates the cool dry climate of the Mediterranean and South Africa, whilst the Cloud Forest replicates a cool moist climate found in Tropical Montane regions such as Mount Kinabalu in Sabah and high elevation areas in South America. Admire the extraordinary “tree” structures at Gardens by the Bay, where the reception venue for the big wedding reception took place. Illuminated at night, the Super tree grove is definitely a magnificent sight. Make sure to get a good spot to watch the light display with delightful music.

Overnight: At the Hotel

Basis: Bed and breakfast

After breakfast, you will check out of your hotel and proceed to the airport for your onward destination.

Basis: Bed & Breakfast


5 Days 4 Nights Singapore Package

Based on 5* Hotel 1 pax 2 pax 3-6 pax 7-10 pax Single supplement
Package rate per person USD 3395 USD 2205 USD 2090 USD 1915 USD 1080


Based on 5* Hotel 1 pax 2 pax 3-6 pax 7-10 pax Single supplement
Package rate per person USD 3740 USD 2325 USD 2235 USD 2065 USD 1250

Include / Exclude

  • 04 Nights’ Accommodation with 1/2 breakfast at Choice of Hotel
  • Private Return Airport Transfers – Mercedes E class with English Speaking Driver
  • Return Air ticket
  • English Speaking Guide
  • Tourist visa
  • Optional activities
  • Other meals
  • Expenses of a personal nature


Singapore Tour

From 3395 USD / Per Person

5 Days - 4 Nights


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