3 Days Singapore Tour


China Town:

Chinese immigrants came ashore here in 1821 and built the Thian Hock Kheng temple, to give thanks for their safe arrival. Sir Stamford Raffles helped to cement the area’s identity in 1822 by sanctioning the southwest area of Singapore River to be set-aside mainly for Chinese. However, Chinatown was never totally Chinese. Various ethnic communities built places of worship there e.g. Jamae mosque and Sri Mariammam temple along South Bridge Road. “The peaceful co-existence of the different places of worship in the same area reflects the racial and religious harmony in Singapore.” Nonetheless, Chinatown remained predominantly Chinese.

 
Places to visit (subject to time constraints):
  1. Thian Hock Keng Temple – one of Singapore’s oldest temple
  2. Jamae (Chulia) Mosque - Erected between 1830-35.Has eclectic architecture, a marriage of East and West
  3. Sri Mariammam Temple – Singapore’s oldest Indian temple. Note that 2-Chinese-style windows on walls flanking entrance to
  4. allow temple’s Chinese devotees to offer prayers from outside
  5. Pagoda Street – Embodied the profusion of contrasts that has come to represent Singapore
  6. Sago Street – Here are brilliantly preserved traditional shop houses of second transitional style
  7. Singapore Hokkien Huay Kuan - In the 19th century, trade winds fanned the flames of diasporas from China's Fujian province to many parts of South East Asia. One of these promising lands is the free trade heartland of Singapore. Many of these early settlers arrived in this foreign land alone and thus brought about the rise of clan associations.
  8. The Chinatown Heritage Centre is a joint project between the Singapore Tourism Board and the National Heritage Board. Located in three newly renovated shop houses along Pagoda Street, the Chinatown Heritage Centre houses a wealth of memories and untold stories from the past.

  • Day 1 :
    Arrival Changi International Airport/ Chinatown/ Check In Hotel (D) Arrival in Changi International Airport. Welcome by experienced guide and board into a comfortable superior travel coach, transfer to Chinatown a multi immigrant’s cultural center and with colorful streets. Visit to various ethnic worship places such as Tooth Relief Temple, Jamae Mosque, Sri Mariammam Temple, etc. Check in hotel for luggage allocation and rest.
  • Day 2 :
    City Tour/ Sentosa Island/ Wax Musuem/ Sea Performance (B) Breakfast in Hotel. Board coach to City Hall, the classical Supreme Court, Padang, Parliament House, the historical World War ll Memorial Park. Continue journey to Suntec City and the world largest fountain- Fountain of Wealth. Enjoy yourself in the Landmark tour; Raffles Landing Side, Singapore River& Clarke Quay. Continue journey to the spectacular Merlion Park& the world busiest arts centres- Esplanade. PM: Board coach to Sentosa Island- Enjoy in this beautiful island or soak up the sun along Sentosa’s sun-kissed beaches. Visit to Wax Museum (Image of Singapore) for local cultural history! Experience the beautiful Merlion Walk and enjoy a legendary theater show in the tower. Night: Dinner - steamboat at Sentosa Island. Enjoy a multi-sensory extravaganza island performance- Song of the Sea, presented by a live cast in the sea with captivating music and dramatic visual effects! Transfer back to Hotel. Rest of the day.
  • Day 3 :
    Botanical Garden/ Departure (B) AM Breakfast in Hotel. Check out from hotel. Transfer to Botanical Garden -represents the tropical island's luxuriant parks, until transfer back to Changi International Airport.

Package Cost Includes:

  • 2 nights accommodation in twin sharing basis
  • Daily breakfast.
  • Half day city tour in Singapore and Sentosa Island Tour
  • Airport to Hotel to Airport transfers.
 
Package Exclude:
  • Extra Meals
  • Air fare.
  • Surcharge for midnight transfer (12midnight – 0600hrs)
  • Per adult: USD 15 / per adult / per way
  • Per child: USD 5 / per child / per way

Note: Rate subject to change without prior notice

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