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Malaysia Singapore Gateway

6N / 7D
3N 
Kuala Lumpur
 → 3N 
Singapore
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Tour Highlights

Kuala Lumpur 

  • Guided City Tour of Kuala Lumpur 
  • Day trip to Sunway Lagoon

Singapore 
  • Visit to S.E.A. AquariumTM at Resort World Sentosa
  • ‘Wings of Time’ Show at Sentosa Island 
  • Visit to Universal Studios at Resort World Sentosa 
  • Guided City Tour 
  • Gardens by the Bay with Cloud Forest & Flower Dome

Tour Plan

Day 1 

Arrive in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

On arrival at Kuala Lumpur Airport, you will be welcomed by our local representative outside the customs area to meet you and take you to your hotel. Enjoy the picturesque drive from the airport to Kuala Lumpur city, which takes approximately an hour. Upon arrival, check-in at your hotel. The evening is free for you to enjoy Kuala Lumpur city on your own. Overnight in Kuala Lumpur.

Day 2 

Kuala Lumpur - City Tour & Sunway Lagoon

Today we take you on a guided city tour of the sprawling capital city of Kuala Lumpur. See the 88-storey Petronas Twin Towers, the Lake Gardens with the National Monument, the National Mosque and Merdeka Square. Later, we proceed to Sunway Lagoon Theme Park, which offers you non-stop fun and entertainment. Have a splashing good time at the ‘Water Park’ before enjoying the fun and excitement of the ‘Amusement Park’ rides with your little ones. Go wild and interact with the animals at the ‘Wildlife Park’ and gear up for more action at the ‘Extreme Park’ before facing your fears at ‘Scream Park’. At the ‘Nickelodeon Explorer’s Oasis’ come across characters such as SpongeBob Square Pants, Dora the Explorer, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. After a fun-filled day at the Sunway Lagoon Theme Park, we drive back to our hotel. Overnight in Kuala Lumpur.

Meal Included

Breakfast

Day 3 

Kuala Lumpur - Day Free OR Day trip to Genting Highlands

Today the day is free for you to explore this beautiful city on your own OR you have an option to take the suggested excursion, day trip to Genting Highlands. Set amidst the clouds, is the world famous Genting Highlands. Feel an experience of a perfect hill station at the Genting Highlands. Enjoy the scenic view with a cable car ride. Enroute take a short stop to visit the Batu Caves, a Hindu Shrine. Overnight in Kuala Lumpur. 

Meal Included

Breakfast

Day 4 

Kuala Lumpur - Singapore - Sentosa Island Tour

Today board the coach to journey on to Singapore - The Lion City. On arrival in Singapore, we proceed to your hotel and check-in. In the evening we take you to the famous Sentosa Island. Here we visit the S.E.A. AquariumTM. Discover the awe-inspiring world of life in the ocean at this, the world’s largest aquarium. Your visit to Sentosa Island ends with the fabulous light and sound show titled ‘Wings of Time’. Overnight in Singapore.

Meal Included

Breakfast

Day 5 

Singapore - Universal Studios

Today, we visit the region’s first Universal Studios Theme Park which will offer you excitement and great fun, with numerous thrilling rides and unlimited entertainment. Witness the world’s first Far Far Away Castle in ‘The Shrek 4-D adventure’. Meet the terrifying T-Rex in ‘The Lost World’, ride the world’s tallest dueling roller coasters at Sci-Fi City and witness ancient Egypt on the psychological thrill ride titled ‘Revenge of The Mummy’. After a full day of excitement and thrill at the universal studios, we proceed back to the hotel. Overnight in Singapore.

Meal Included

Breakfast

Day 6 

Singapore - City Tour & Gardens by the Bay

Today, we take you for a guided city tour of Singapore. See ‘Swissotel The Stamford’, one of the tallest hotels in the world, the Parliament House and the City Hall. Take a photo stop at the Merlion - Singapore’s famous symbol and the Esplanade, a 600 sq. m. performing arts center located in Marina Bay. Then visit to the ‘Gardens by the Bay with Cloud Forest and Flower Dome’, which is home to more than a quarter of a million of rare plants in huge domed conservatories, spanning an area of 100 hectares. Take a closer look at diverse plant life from around the world. After completing our city tour, we proceed back to our hotel. Overnight in Singapore.

Meal Included

Breakfast

Day 7 

Departure Singapore

After a buffet breakfast, we check out and drive to the airport for your flight back home. We hope you take back many happy memories of your holiday. We would like you to spare a few minutes to write and tell us how you enjoyed your holiday and  give us your suggestions.

Meal Included

Breakfast

Inclusions

  • 3 Nights accommodation in Kuala Lumpur
  • 3 Nights accommodation in Singapore
  • Daily Breakfast
  • Kuala Lumpur City Tour
  • Visit Sunway Lagoon
  • Visit Gardens by the Bay
  • Panoramic Singapore City Tour
  • Visit Sentosa Island - S.E.A Aquarium
  • Visit Universal Studios
  • Return Airport & Coach Terminal Transfers
  • Kuala Lumpur to Singapore by A/c Coach
  • All Tours & Transfers are on SIC basis (Seat in coach)

Exclusions

  • Any Airfare, Visa Charges, Overseas Travel Insurance
  • Early Check-in and late Checkout in properties
  • Personal Expenses / Extras during Stay in Resort like laundry, Telephone calls, Medicines, Liquor
  • Entry Tickets / Meals other than those mentioned in Inclusions
  • Anything other than those mentioned in the ‘Inclusions’ list above
  • Any Surcharge, if applicable by the Hotel at the time of booking
  • GST as applicable

Tour Activity

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Visa Policies

Singapore Visa
  • A valid passport with at least six months validity on the date of departure from Singapore. If the applicant is holding any old passport, it is mandatory now to enclose the same.
  • Confirmed return Air ticket with trip itinerary.
  • Singapore visa application form duly completed and signed by the applicant.
  • 2 recent coloured passport size photographs (35 mm wide by 45 mm high without border, white background)
  • Please note one photograph should be pasted on the visa form and signed across, second photograph should be attached with gem clip.
  • Covering letter from the applicant.
  • Leave letter / NOC from the company.
  • If the applicant is residing on any other address as mentioned on the passport, than residential proof copy is required.
  • Official translations of the documents are required if they are not in the English language.
  • Bank statement reflecting transactions of the last 6 months duly attested by a Bank official with Bank seal.

Malaysia Visa
  • Original Passport valid for at least 9 months from the date of return
  • Confirmed air tickets (onward & return)
  • Malaysia visa form signed by the applicant
  • 2 passport-size photographs against a white background with matte-finish (Photo specifications*)
  • Cover letter stating the purpose of travel
  • Bank statement reflecting transactions of the last 6 months (a minimum balance of Rs 45,000 per traveller is mandatory) duly attested by the bank official
  • Occupational details like salary slip, leave sanction letter or proof of retirement
  • Hotel Reservation or invitation letter from your host.

Booking Policies

  • 50% of the Holiday Package Cost at the time of Booking.
  • Balance 50% of Holiday Package Cost, 30 days prior to Departure.
  • Non-Refundable items (if any) will be told in advance for full payment.
  • Airfare to be paid full at one time in advance.

Cancellation Policies

  • 25% of Holiday Package Cost will be applicable, Cancelled 51 Days or More
  • 50% of Holiday Package Cost will be applicable, Cancelled between 50 – 36 Days
  • 75% of Holiday Package Cost will be applicable, Cancelled between 35 – 21 Days
  • 100% of Holiday Package Cost will be applicable, Cancelled 20 Days or less.

Tour Destination

About City

Kuala Lumpur
"Feast For all the Senses"

Kuala Lumpur, popularly referred to as KL, is the capital city of Malaysia. Officially the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, it is also the largest city of the country, spreading over almost 245 sq km. Steel-clad skyscrapers, mega shopping malls, renowned monuments, bustling markets and burgeoning nightlife - that is Kuala Lumpur for you!

Kuala Lumpur is divided into separate districts, each known for something extraordinary. However, the main draw of the city is the Golden Triangle comprising of Bukit Bintang, KLCC and Chinatown areas. Popular as the entertainment hub of the city, these are home to some of the trendiest nightclubs, lounges and bars.

Home to three of the 10 largest shopping malls in the world, it comes as no surprise that Kuala Lumpur is often considered as the retail and fashion hub of Southeast Asia. Authentic handicrafts to major international brands are all on sale in the masses of malls in Kuala Lumpur (read 66!). The city's traditional markets are equally enjoyable with atmospheric experiences. Visiting KL during March, May or December during the mega sale event is an escapade in itself for the shoppers.

Kuala Lumpur is a non-stop banquet. Drom dining at lavish restaurants to eating with the locals at the street stalls, almost all of Malaysia's culinary specialities can be found in KL. Do stop by the hawker stalls and traditional neighbourhood kopitiams (coffee shops) to sample the best of the local delicacies. Kuala Lumpur is also the gateway to Malaysia's contemporary art scene with numerous visual arts gallery and exhibition centres. 

The 6th most visited city in the world (in 2019), KL is thronged by tourists. Yet, it retains the laidback ambience and jungle lushness of the kampung (village) it once was. Exploring this 21st-century metropolis is a cakewalk with a comprehensive road system and extensive public transportation. Hop on any of the mass rapid transit (MRT), light rapid transit (LRT), monorail, commuter rail or public buses and whizz past Kuala Lumpur in a matter of minutes!

Must Know Before You Visit Kuala Lumpur

Money & Payments
Visa and Master card are the most accepted credit cards.
Cash is the preferred mode of transaction and the minimum amount to use the card is MYR 50 at most places except the shopping malls. Alipay is also accepted widely.
One can not carry more than MYR 40,000 when entering into Kuala Lumpur.

Exchanging Currency in KL
Most of the ATMs in Kuala Lumpur are connected to western banks, and hence, you can easily access your bank account.
Currency can also be easily exchanged at the banks by paying some nominal fees.
Forex booths are also very common which display their currency exchange rates on an electronic board.

Internet Access & Wifi
Wifi is easily available at hundreds of restaurants, bars, cafes, and hotels across KL. Mostly for free!

Medical Services
Pharmacies are spread all across the town
The most common pharmacy in KL is Watsons which is located in almost every mall

Travel Cards
For those travelling to Kuala Lumpur for 2-3 days, the best-value travel card is KL Travel Pass. The cost includes a single or return transfer on KLIA Express Train and two days rides on LRT, MRT and monorail lines
For an extended stay in KL, opt for MyRapid Card. This is valid on Rapid KL Buses, monorail and Ampang and Kelang Jaya LRT lines.

Must Visit Places in Kuala Lumpur

1. Petronas Twin towers
The Petronas Twin Towers located in KLCC, Kuala Lumpur are twin skyscrapers with each tower standing 451.9 meters proud. The tallest twin towers in the world, the major attraction at Petronas Towers is the double-decker sky bridge, and the observation deck, which provides a magical aerial view of Kuala Lumpur.

2. Skyview Deck at the KL Tower
Menara KL, or Kuala Lumpur Tower, located within the Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve, is the tallest telecommunications tower in South East Asia and the 7th tallest in the world. The thrilling 360-degree view of Kuala Lumpur skyline from the tower is the main attraction. The KL Tower is also popular for the revolving restaurant it houses.

3. Visit Batu caves
Batu Caves is a series of limestone caves and temples located in Selangor, Malaysia.
Dedicated to Lord Murugan, this is one of the most famous Hindu shrines outside India. The 400 million years old attraction is the focal point of Thaipusam celebration in Malaysia.

4. Explore Chinatown
Kuala Lumpur's Chinatown is the hub of food, accessories, clothing and everything a tourist could ask for. It is one of the most colourful and vibrant areas of Kuala Lumpur. This place is a paradise for shopaholics and gourmands, and provides ample sight-seeing opportunities such as the captivating Buddhist Temples, art galleries and the traditional food and coffee houses.

5. Aquaria KLCC
Located at Kuala Lumpur Convention Center, Aquaria KLCC is one of the largest aquariums in Southeast Asia housing more than 250 varied species of animals. Spread over 60,000 square feet over two levels, the main highlight is the 90-meter underwater tunnel.

6. Street Food at Jalan Alor
Jalan Alor is a 500-metre long food street in Kuala Lumpur. Located in the heart of the city in Bukit Bintang Area, it is one of the busiest food streets of the world.

7. Central Market Kuala Lumpur
The Central Market of Kuala Lumpur is handicrafts market clustered with diverse shops selling local arts and souvenirs. Locally known as Pasar Seni, it serves as a major landmark of the city. The market is especially crowded for the festive shopping during Hari Raya, Deepavali and Chinese New Year.

8. Suria KLCC
Suria KLCC is a six storey premier shopping mall located at the foot of the towering Petronas Twin Towers overlooking the KLCC Park. Spread over more than 1.5 million square feet, it has become a beacon for the best shopping, dining and entertainment experience in Malaysia.

9. Sri Maha Mariamman Temple
Sri Maha Mariamman Temple, located in Chinatown area of Kuala Lumpur, is the oldest temple of Goddess Mariamman, the manifestation of Goddess Parvati and the oldest Hindu temple in the city. It is beautifully crafted and designed in the Dravidian architecture, having a Raja Gopuram Tower at the entrance.

10. KL Forest Eco Park
The KL Forest Eco Park, formerly known as the Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve, is the only tropical rainforest in Kuala Lumpur. The 9-hectare forest reserve is also one of the oldest forest reserves in Malaysia. The well-maintained walking trails, diverse trees, and a kid's playground are the main attractions.

11. National Zoo of Malaysia
The National Zoo of Malaysia, commonly known as Zoo Negara, is spread over more than 100 acres and is home to more than 476 wildlife species. The main highlight of this zoo is Malaysia’s famous giant pandas: Xing Xing and Liang Liang.

12. Shop at the KL Pavilion
Pavilion Kuala Lumpur is a premiere shopping destination located in Central Bukit Bintang area. Spread over 7 levels, the mall has 8 shopping precincts. Pavilion Elite, being the mall's retail expansion, houses the largest Coach store in South-East Asia. The Pavilion Crystal Fountain at the entrance of KL Pavilion is Malaysia's tallest Liuli Crystal Fountain and is considered a national landmark.

13. Sultan Abdul Samad Building
The beautifully designed and maintained, 19th-century structure, Sultan Abdul Samad Building stands tall at the Jalan Raja, Kuala Lumpur. It houses the Ministry of Communications and Multimedia and the Ministry of Tourism and Culture of Malaysia. The main highlight is the stunning view of the building when illuminated at night.

14. Sunway Lagoon Theme Park
Located at Petaling Jaya in Kuala Lumpur, the Sunway Lagoon Theme Park is a famous recreational park. It is popular for the Water Park, Scream Park, Wildlife Park, Amusement Park and Asia’s first ever Nickelodeon Theme Park located in its premise.

15. National Mosque of Malaysia
National Mosque of Malaysia, commonly known as Masjid Negara, is one of the largest Sunni affiliated mosques of this country located in Kuala Lumpur. It is a perfect reminiscent of the Grand Mosque in Mecca adorned with abstract shapes and intricate geometric lattices.

16. KidZania Kuala Lumpur
KidZania Kuala Lumpur is a children's theme park - a mini-city that spans across an area of 80,000 sq. ft. Located in Petaling Jaya area, KidZania is an edutainment theme park that allows the kids to get a real life-experience of a job-environment while they indulges in several role-play activities.

17. Masjid Jamek
Masjid Jamek, also known as Sultan Abdul Samad Jamek Mosque, is the oldest place of Islamic Worship in Kuala Lumpur. Also known as Friday Mosque, it is a melange of Mughal, Islam and Moorish style of architecture with pristine surrounding.

18. Sunway Putra Mall
Located opposite the International Putra World Trade Centre in Kuala Lumpur, the Sunway Putra Mall is a five-story shopping complex that houses over 300 stores. The mall is categorized into 4 sections which house local as well as international brands.

19. Berjaya Hills
Berjaya Hills in Malaysia is an island resort located on a mountain ridge surrounded by lush green forests, an hour away from Kuala Lumpur. Popularly known as Bukit Tinggi, the main draw of this hill resort is the Colmar Tropicale.

20. KLCC Park
The Kuala Lumpur City Center Park, popularly known as KLCC Park, is a 50-acre garden located close to Suria KLCC Shopping Centre. Lake Symphony, the As Syakirin Mosque and the children’s public pool are the major attractions.

21. Trip to Genting highlands
This place is really different from all the touristy places. It has five hotels inside.

22. Royal Selangor Visitor Centre
The Royal Selangor Visitor Centre of Kuala Lumpur, located in Setapak Jaya, provides guided tours of world’s foremost pewter crafts and manufacturing company - Royal Selangor. The visitor centre introduces one to the world of pewter through sight, touch and sound.


23. Bukit Bintang
Bukit Bintang is Kuala Lumpur's trendiest shopping and entertainment district housing shopping centres, five-star hotels and sleek nightclubs. Also known as Bintang Walk, the most iconic attraction here is Pavilion KL.

24. KL bird park
Kuala Lumpur Bird Park is a 20.9-acre public aviary located adjacent to the Lake Gardens. Also known as Taman Burung Kuala Lumpur, this is the largest covered bird park in the world. It houses more than 3,000 birds in enclosed aviaries of which almost 90% are local birds and the rest are imported. 

25. Farm In The City
Farm in the City is a unique petting zoo styled like a typical Malaysian village, located in Taman Equine, Seri Kembangan along the Damansara Puchong highway. The zoo is split up into different zones including a turtle and tortoise section, a bird aviary and a reptile cavern.

26. Sepang International Circuit
The Sepang International Circuit is an F1 race track located about 60 kilometers south of Kuala Lumpur in Sepang, Selangor. It is popular amongst tourists for the go-kart rides offered.

27. Forest Research Institute Malaysia
Located in Selangor, Forest Research Institute Malaysia is one among the chief institutes in tropical forestry research in the world housing a multiplicity of flora and fauna. The institute provides an opportunity for camping at Perah Campsite, trekking at natural trails and picnic at Sg Kroh.

28. KL Butterfly Park
The Kuala Lumpur Bird Park, located adjacent to the Lake Gardens and the KL Bird Park, is one of the largest butterfly parks in the world. Spread over 80,000 square feet of landscaped garden it houses over 5,000 butterflies, exotic plants, butterfly-host plants and ferns.

29. Merdeka Square
Merdeka Square, also known as Dataran Merdeka, is the iconic landmark of Kuala Lumpur. Situated in front of the famous Sultan Abdul Samad Building, it is a popular sightseeing spot with with buildings like the National Textile Museum and City Gallery surrounding it.

30. Plaza Low Yat
Plaza Low Yat shopping centre is Malaysia's largest IT mall offering seven floors of electronic goods and services. Situated in the Bukit Bintang shopping belt, LYP or Low Yat houses almost 500 retail stores offering services ranging from mobile, computer, and camera to gaming repairs.

31. Tugu Negara
The National Monument of Malaysia, popularly known as Tugu Negara, is dedicated to the 11,000 brave souls who were martyred during the first and the second World War and the subsequent Emergency period of Malaysia's independence.

32. Kuala Lumpur City Gallery
The Kuala Lumpur City Gallery, located at Merdeka Square, is a tourist information centre. It exhibits the history of Kuala Lumpur through its collection of photographs, paintings, and miniature models. Housed in a 115 year old Government Printing Office, the main highlight is the Spectacular City Model Show and the iconic I Love KL structure.

33. Berjaya Times Square
Malaysia’s largest inter-city shopping-cum-leisure mall-Berjaya Times Square (BTS) is located in the heart of the city of Kuala Lumpur. This 203 metre tall tower with 48 floors is a fascinating combination of a hotel, condominium and a shopping center complex with its very own indoor amusement park.

34. Pangkor Island
Pangkor Island is a group of resort island situated in Perak off the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. It has everything packed for a refreshing vacation right from a vibrant Chinatown to quiet lovely beaches. Trek lovers will find the uphill trek through the jungle quite overwhelming. 

35. Thean Hou Temple
The 6-tiered Thean Hou Temple, located in Kuala Lumpur, is one of the largest and most beautiful temples in Southeast Asia. The temple is a fusion of three beliefs - Buddhism, Taoism, and Confucianism. It is extremely colourful and lies on top of Robson Hill, offering a spectacular view.

36. Planetarium Negara
Situated on the hilltop to the east of Lake Garden in Kuala Lumpur, Planetarium Negara is the National Planetarium of Malaysia. Devoted to astronomical and scientific wonders, the planetarium is crowned with a blue dome and comprises of a Space Theatre, exhibition halls and provides hands-on experiments.

37. Muzium Negara
The National Museum of Malaysia, popularly referred to as Muzium Negara, is located near the Southern tip of Lake Garden, past the National Art Gallery in Kuala Lumpur. The display here is an amalgamation of crafts, weapons, currency, tradition and culture. The three-story museum comprises of four exhibition galleries, each of which has a different theme.

38. Chow Kit Market
located at the Northern end of Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman, is a notorious landmark in the city . It is divided into two halves - one houses the unofficial red light district, while the other is home to largest wet market in the city selling meat, fruits, vegetables and tofu.

39. Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia
The Islamic Art Museum of Malaysia has an extensive collection of ancient Islamic artefacts and books from the Middle East, the birthplace of Islam. Located at the brink of Lake Gardens, this museum is the largest of its kind in Southeast Asia. Spanning 30,000 square meters, it is adorned with Islamic patterns and houses more than 7000 artefacts.

40. Federal Territory Mosque
Federal Territory Mosque, also known as Wilayah Mosque is one of the most artistically built mosques in Kuala Lumpur. Established in 2000, this secular mosque is designed in the Ottoman- Malay style. It can accommodate around 17,000 devotees at a time.

41. Masjid India
The ancient mosque of Kuala Lumpur, Jalan Masjid, also called India Mosque or Masjid India, was established in 1883 as a small wooden mosque. It was later renovated with red bricks in 1963. Located in the busy and chaotic streets of Jalan Masjid India Market, tourists also visit the retail shop surrounding the mosque for a lovely shopping experience.

42. Masjid Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah
Built-in 1997, Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Masjid rests inside the famous International Islamic University of Malaysia. With a capacity to accommodate 9000 devotees in the main prayer hall, it also acts as a centre of Ibadah. The mosque in the Garden of Knowledge and Virtue in IIUM has an exceptional design of the grand dome structure, floral art, and morocco visual art.

43. Saidina Abu Bakar As Siddiq Mosque
Named after Abu Bakr, Mohammad’s successor, Saidina Abu Bakar As Siddiq Mosque was built in 1982. With exceptional architectural excellence, this mosque is situated close to Bangsar village of Kuala Lumpur with devotees crowding up the mosque every day. 

44. Masjid Al Bukhari
Comparatively a compact and small mosque, Masjid Al Bukhari in Kuala Lumpur is adjacent to the famous Victoria Institution. The inviting atmosphere of Masjid Al Bukhari is open for both Muslim and non-muslim population. Any architecture lover will surely love the dome structure and its intricacies, along with perfect afternoon prayers at Masjid Al Bukhari.

45. Kampung Baru Jamek Mosque
Established in the 1920s, Kampung Baru Jamek Mosque, was built upon the land contributed by Bachik Abdullah in the 1880s. The mosque is famous for the Bubur Lambuk cooking event which takes place on the mosque premises. Kampung Baru Jamek Mosque also holds regular renovations.

46. Masjid Jamek Abdullah Hukum
Built by Abdullah Hukum, one of the pioneers in the development of Kuala Lumpur, this Masjid Jamek Abdullah Hukum is now a part of the heritage of Kuala Lumpur. Amidst the new residential place of KL Eco-city, the century-old Malay stilt house is now on the 7th floor of the building. Masjid Jamek Abdullah Hukum is also restored in the same place. It open for visitors to catch a glimpse of the history it inherits.

47. Sri Kandaswamy Kovil
Located in Brickfields, it is a popular temple in Malaysia which is over a century old, attracting devotees from all over Asia. It is considered to be one of the most orthodox temples in the country. A Maha Kumbhabhishekham (an annual consecration ceremony) is held every year in the temple premises inviting devotees from all over the country.

48. Shree Lakshminarayan Mandir Kuala Lumpur
Shree Lakshminarayan Mandir in Kuala Lumpur is the abode of Lakshminarayan, a manifestation of Lord Vishnu and his wife Goddess Lakshmi. Attached to the temple are a community centre, multi-purpose halls, and a classroom for spiritual and educational lessons. Located near the Jalan Ipoh Road, the temple is open for four hours each in the morning and evening.

49. Taman Tasik Permaisuri
Landscaped on hilly terrain, Taman Tasik Permaisuri is a well-admired and spacious lake-park in the Bandar Tun Razak district, Cheras, It has a vast lake where you will find elegant pink lotuses and lilies blooming. This gleaming lake is surrounded by some attractive picnic spots with concrete tables and stools that are provided by the garden officials.

50. Explore Little India
Located near KL Sentral, Brickfields Little India offers tourists a taste of the subcontinent despite being far away from it. The bustling street sells Indian snacks like gulab jamuns, vadas, samosas, lassi and the like. The smells and sights teleport tourists to India itself, and the area is filled with shops selling glass bangles, traditional Indian clothing, incense sticks and sarees, among others. The Little India locality also houses the Thean Hou temple, the Tamil Methodist Church, the Church of the Holy Rosary, and the Evangelical Lutheran Church. Tourists can also try out blind massages offered here.

51. Kepong Metropolitan Park
Widely scattered across an area of 95 hectares, Kepong Metropolitan Park is one of the largest recreational parks in Malaysia. Located at the north end of Jinjang in Kuala Lumpur, it is a preferred spot amongst the kite hobbyists as a huge area in the park is specifically dedicated to kite-flying.

52. Pulau Ketam
Pulau Ketam Island is a great place for family outings in Malaysia. Popularly known as the Crab Island, Palau Ketam houses several attractions like local Chinese temples, a breathtaking beach, local food joints and several others. This island houses two major settlements namely Pulau Ketam Village and Sungai Lima Village.

Cafes in Kuala Lumpur
Scattered across Kuala Lumpur, cafes in the city serve delicious brunches and desserts and often have bakeries attached as well. They also serve a wide range of coffees and teas. Cafes such as Acme Bar & Coffee, The Red Beanbag, and Antipodean Cafe offer a wide range of foods from a variety of cuisines. Yeast Bistronomy doubles up as a wine bar and also serves a variety of baked goods. In addition, the city is full of cafes serving western and local cuisine, and some, like Kopenhagen Coffee, specialise in Danish cuisine and coffees.

Street Markets in Kuala Lumpur
Street markets around Kuala Lumpur are a must-visit for all shopaholics visiting this city. Markets on the roadside sell handicrafts, home decorations, clothing, and accessories. The markets are open from the morning to the evening and then re-open again at midnight, and tourists can have a nighttime shopping experience like no other. Tourists can also practise their bargaining skills to get even lower prices. Petaling Street, Central Market and Kasturi Walk are among the biggest shopping attractions around the city.

Nightclubs in Kuala Lumpur
Nightlife is lively in Kuala Lumpur, with a variety of bars, pubs and nightclubs to give tourists a great time. Kuala Lumpur is home to Zouk, rated the third best nightclub in Asia. Skybar, named Asia’s best bar in 2016, offers views of the Petronas towers and a panoramic view of the city. In addition, the city has nightclubs perched atop highrises, offering views of the city at night, as well as views of the green Klang valley around the city.

How to Reach Kuala Lumpur from India
Flights from India to Kuala Lumpur are available from most of the cities whereas direct flights are available from Delhi, Amrtisar, Bengaluru, Chennai, Kochi, Kolkata and Mumbai. There are hundreds of airlines that generally fly on this route out of which most common are Malaysia airlines, Airasia and Singapore airlines.

How to reach Kuala Lumpur by flight
Kuala Lumpur can be easily reached via direct flight to KL international airport. However, one can also take a flight to Singapore and drive down to Kuala Lumpur which is 355 kms away.

How to reach Kuala Lumpur by road
Taxis can be easily hired and one should always ask to turn on the meter and avoid paying high fares which are demanded by the cab drivers. Also, taxi can be rented for visiting tourist attractions and one needs to pay for that per hour (MYR 15 - 25). Renting a car in KL can be pretty daring as there is pathetic traffic on the roads of Kuala Lumpur.

How to reach Kuala Lumpur by train
There are three railway lines: KTM Komuter trains which use KL Sentral as hub and run every 15 - 20 minutes, and has two lines Tanjung Malim_Sungai Gadut and Batu Caves_Pelabuhan Klang. Light rail transit system here are three lines: Ampang_Sentul Timur, Sri Petaling_Sentul Timur and Kelana Jaya_Terminal Putr, though these fucntion very poorly because they were constructed by different companies and one needs to walk, take escalators or lifts to go from one line to another. Kuala Lumpur monorail runs from Kl Sentral to Titiwangsa.

How to reach Kuala Lumpur by bus
Hop on hop off bus is a good way to get an overview of Kuala Lumpur. All day local bus (1 RM), All day city bus (2 RM), All day express bus (5RM). One can use touch n go travel cards for all the rapid KL train and bus lines

How to reach Kuala Lumpur by Waterways
Kuala Lumpur can not be accesed by waterways.

Local transport in Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur can be explored best by renting a car, though driving in KL is very confusing because of their one way systems. A lot of air conditioned taxis are available at the designated taxi stands. One can always use KTM Komuter trains, light trail transit and Kuala Lumpur monorail.

Best Time To Visit Kuala Lumpur

Located in proximity to the equator, the weather remains hot, and it rains almost throughout the year in Kuala Lumpur; however, May to July remains the best time to visit Kuala Lumpur as the area remains relatively dry during these months, the skies are bluer than ever! The months from December to February and May to August are comparatively drier than the other months. The hotels and flights are expensive during the dry season, while the offseason will afford you some discounts. 

Additionally, during these months, tourists can make most out of Kuala Lumpur attractions, such as Sunway Lagoon Park, Bird Park etc.! The temperature during these months ranges between 30 to 35 degree Celsius in the day and 25 to 29 degree Celsius during the night. 

Kuala Lumpur can also be best visited in December, January and February as the streets are full of Christmas and New Year cheer, decorated brightly and liveliness is all around!

About City

Singapore
"The Quintessential Cosmopolitan"

Best described as a microcosm of modern Asia, Singapore is a melting pot of culture and history, and an extravaganza of culinary delights. Officially known as the Republic of Singapore, it is both a city and a country located in Southeast Asia. One of Asia's most visited destinations, Singapore is best described as an amalgam of a fast-paced life and an off-the-back-street inheritance.

Singapore is the quintessential cosmopolitan, having the highest religious diversity in any country. Spread 42 km (26 miles) east to west and 23 km (14 miles) north to south, today it boasts of the world's busiest port. Singapore has climbed to be one of Asia's hit-list destinations with its efficient and widespread transport system - whizzing in this country is just a matter of minutes!

The national pastime of Singaporeans is eating, followed closely by shopping. This 'City in a Garden' is a blend of cultures, combining different ideas, cuisines, new architectures going well with the gleaming hint of the old school. The incredible shopping malls, classy boutiques, departmental stores on Orchard Road, the exotic elements of Chinatown and Little India and the world-class nightlife span across the spotless land of Singapore.

Expensive with respect to South-eastern standards, the city offers a plethora of other options for entertainment such as Sentosa Island, Singapore Zoo, Singapore Botanic Garden, Marina Bay Sands, Tiger Balm Garden, and the Singapore Night Safari. With a picture-perfect skyline and city centre bustling with crowds of people, Singapore is one of the most popular travel destinations for a lot of reasons.

Things To Do In Singapore

1. Gardens by the Bay
A must-visit place in Singapore, Gardens by the Bay is a 101-hectare nature park and botanic garden. Home to almost 4,00,000 plants, it is famous for the awe-inspiring Supertree Groves, SkyWay, Flower Dome and the hypnotic Garden Rhapsody, the light and sound show.

2. Singapore Botanic Gardens
Singapore Botanic Gardens is the only tropical garden to feature as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The 82-hectare garden houses more than 10,000 species of flowering plants and trees. The prime attractions are the National Orchid Garden, and Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden.

3. Universal Studios
Universal Studios Singapore is a theme park located in Resorts World Sentosa. With 28 thrilling rides, exciting attractions, spectacular shows, and divided into seven fun zones, it is a must-visit place in Singapore.

4. The Singapore Zoo
Regarded as one of the best zoos in the world, the Singapore Zoo is famed for housing the largest captive colony of Orangutans in the world. Another major highlight is the Rainforest Kidzworld, a technicolour play area for the little ones.

5. National Orchid Garden
The National Orchid Garden of Singapore is home to the largest display of tropical orchids in the world/. It currently houses over 60,000 orchid plants, out of which 1000 are pure species and 2000 are hybrids.

6. SEA Aquarium
The South East Asia Aquarium or the SEA Aquarium is one of the largest aquariums in the world, home to more than 800 species of aquatic wildlife. The chief draw is the Open Ocean Tank - the world's largest viewing panel and the only aquarium in the world to house the giant oceanic manta ray.

7. Sands SkyPark At Marina Bay
Sands SkyPark is the observation deck located at the spectacular Marina Bay Sands. The humungous wooden deck lies atop the three hotel towers and seems to be floating above the city and all its skyscrapers. Situated on the 57th floor, Sands SkyPark provides a magnificent 360-degree bird's eye view of the entire city, all the way from the Marina South Pier to the Singapore Strait.

8. Sentosa Island
A tiny resort island off the southern coast of Singapore, Sentosa Island is home to themed attractions, sun-washed beaches, lush rainforests, amazing spas and some popular resort hotels. Packed with attractions, the tiny island is speckled with panoramic gardens including a butterfly garden, amusement parks, a breath-taking aquarium (Underwater World), beach clubs with live music, an ethnic village and the highlight of the island, a vast Merlion Statue.

9. Marina Bay Sands
Singapore's most iconic hotel, Marina Bay Sands is a resort complex, ranked as the world's most expensive standalone casino property. The 55-storey tower is home to the world's largest infinity pool and atrium casino. Other prime attractions include the Shoppes Mall, ArtScience Museum and Sands SkyPark.

10. The Night safari
World's first nocturnal zoo, Singapore Night Safari houses more than 130 species of animals. It uses open-concept enclosures or trams to take the visitors on a 45-minute commented tour of its nocturnal animals and habitats.

11. Jewel Changi Airport
Jewel Changi Airport is an entertainment and retail complex linked to Changi Airport, Singapore. The transportation hub is also a nature-themed shopping, dining, and recreational extravaganza with themes of Singaporean culture. This eco-infused multiplex’s centrepiece is the 131-foot-high Rain Vortex, the world’s largest indoor waterfall, amidst the tropical oasis of the Shiseido Forest Valley, featuring 61,000 trees.

12. Merlion Park
The picturesque Merlion Park is an iconic Singapore sight, housing two Merlion statues. Merlion is a mythical creature with the head of a lion and the body of a fish and is considered an icon of the Lion City.

13. Pulau Ubin
Pulau Ubin is a 10.2 square kilometre island lying northeast of Singapore. Translating to Granite Island in Malay, it is one of the last two kampongs of Singapore - a place where one can truly enjoy and experience Singapore for what it used to be. The main attraction is the Chek Jawa Wetlands.

14. Cloud Forest
The Cloud Forest Dome, housed in Gardens by the Bay, is a greenhouse-like structure, re-creating the tropical montane climate found between 1500m and 3000m. The centrepiece attraction is a 35m high mountain with the world's tallest indoor waterfall.

15. Singapore Flyer
Singapore Flyer is Asia's largest giant observation wheel. An iconic thing to see in Singapore, the stunning view from the flyer is best experienced at dusk - view the iconic attractions like Singapore River, Raffles Place, and Merlion Park lit up spectacularly at night.

16. Jurong Bird Park
Jurong Bird Park is Asia's largest bird park housing over 5000 birds from around 400 varied species. Spread across 20.2 hectares, the major highlight is the Waterfall Aviary - the world's largest walk-in aviary.

17. Singapore Cable Car
The Singapore Cable Car is a gondola lift that facilitates an aerial link from Mount Faber to Sentosa’s resort island. It affords a bird’s eye view of the main attractions of Singapore like Mount Faber, Harbourfront, Merlion, Sentosa Island and the Universal Studios Singapore.

18. Bike Tours in Singapore
Offering access to the city’s major tourist attractions and charming back lanes, bike tours allow you to explore Singapore relaxedly. Riding past the F1 Racetrack, Merlion, Singapore River, Fullerton Bay, Victoria Concert Hall, Lao Ba Sai, and Nicoll Highway is a great way to learn how this multiethnic city fits together. The colourful historical neighbourhoods like Chinatown, Kampong Glam, Little India, Tiong Bahru, and Bugis Street are also worth exploring on bikes.

19. National Gallery Singapore
The National Gallery Singapore is an art museum showcasing the world's largest collection of colonial and post-colonial Asian and Southeast Asian art. Housed in the iconic former Supreme Court Buildings and the City Hall, it is the largest museum and venue for the visual arts in Singapore.

20. Chinatown / Street Food in Singapore
One of the most popular neighbourhoods of Singapore, Chinatown is all about hustle bustle and authentic Chinese food and culture. Often blending Malay, Chinese and Indian flavours, Singapore’s street foods are cheap yet vibrantly delicious. Kaya toast, Hainanese chicken rice, wanton noodles, char kway teow, nasi lemak, paratha curry, carrot cake, and laksa soup are well-loved by locals and tourists alike. Hawker centres like Chinatown Market, Maxwell Food Centre, Tiong Bahru Market and Little India are great for grabbing bak chor mee, prawn mee, satay, oyster and cakes, biryani, rojak, and sweets.

21. Cruise Tours in Singapore
Sailing the ocean and Singapore River that meanders through the city offers incredible views and experiences. Royal Caribbean is Asia's largest ship, featuring week-long vacation cruises past Singapore’s wonders. Romantic half and full-day sails, overnight stays and dinner party cruises are provided by Genting Dream Cruise, Symphony of the Seas Cruises, and luxury superyacht rentals starting at SGD 1,644. Dolphin-sighting cruises to Sentosa and Coney Islands are also popular among families.

22. National Museum
Home to a myriad of historical artefacts and exhibits, the National Museum of Singapore boasts of being the country’s oldest museum. The Singapore History Gallery is the chief attraction depicting Singapore's past through stories.

23. East Coast Park
East Coast Park is a 15km long stretch of seafront park, nestled along the southeastern coast of Singapore. Spread across 185 hectares of reclaimed land, it is a much-loved spot among the locals who flock here to windsurf, swim, kayak, picnic, swim, barbecue, bicycle, skateboard and eat.

24. OCBC Skyway
OCBC Skyway, located at the famous Gardens by the Bay in Singapore, is a 128-metre long aerial walkway connecting six Supertrees at the Supertree Grove. Situated at a height of 22-metres, with mesmerizing, panoramic views of and beyond the beauty of the Gardens by the Bay and the Marina Bay skyline that encompasses the area, the OCBC Skyway is one of the most ideal places to find peace and tranquillity. The stunning OCBC Skyway is the ideal place to witness the gob-smacking Garden Rhapsody (light and sound show) in all its glory.

25. Haw Par Villa
Formerly known as the Tiger Balm Garden, Haw Par Villa is an Asian culture theme park and Singapore's largest outdoor art gallery. Claimed to be the last of its kind in the world, this repository of Asian folklore and myths is famous for depicting the "Ten Courts of Hell" from Chinese folklore.

26. Buddha Tooth Relic Temple
The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple is a Chinese Buddhist Temple in Chinatown, Singapore. The five-storey temple is famed worldwide for storing the left canine tooth of Lord Buddha, recovered from his funeral pyre in Kushinagar, India.

27. Madame Tussauds
Madame Tussauds Singapore is the branch of the popular Madame Tussauds wax museum based out of London. Ite has life-like wax statues of notable personalities and global icons in the fields of art, music, movies, sports, and politics.

28. Little India
Little India is an ethnic neighbourhood of Singapore - a major hub of the Singaporean Indian community. Commonly known as "Tekka", the historic centre is known for the vibrant culture, buzzing nightlife, binge-worthy street food and world-class shopping.

29. Lazarus Island
One of Singapore's best-kept secrets, the Lazarus Island is nestled south of mainland Singapore. With its breathtakingly beautiful surroundings, the beach is a perfect sandy affair and an ideal spot to soak in the rays and have a picnic.

30. ArtScience Museum
The ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay is a premier exhibition space featuring touring exhibitions from art and science. One of the quirkiest buildings and things to see in Singapore, it houses ever-changing themes and displays across its 21 gallery spaces.

31. The Helix Bridge
Connecting Marina Central to Marina South lays the gorgeous Helix Bridge. Popularly known as "The Helix", it is a pedestrian bridge linking the city's existing CBD area with the newly developed Bayfront district. The stunning edifice shines dazzlingly at night by ribbons of LED lighting, turning it into a popular tourist attraction.

32. Arab Street
Arab Street is a neighbourhood in the Malay-Muslim Quarter of Singapore. It is known for its eclectic mix of exotic stores selling crafts, accessories, textiles, and home furnishing from the Middle East. The famous Sultan Mosque is also located here.

33. Orchard Road
One of the main shopping street of Singapore, Orchard Road is 2.2 kilometre long upscale shopping destination. Famous for luxury retail shopping experience, it is home to internationally renowned stores, coffeehouses and restaurants.

34. Mount Faber Park
One of the most popular sightseeing destinations in Singapore, Mount Faber Park is a hill rising up to a height o 94 meters and located within the Bukit Merah town. Overlooking the region of Telok Blangah, its peak can be accessed via the Mount Faber Road or the Morse Road but there are numerous trails leading right up to the top that has the adventurous tourists walk up the hill.

35. Clarke Quay
The Clarke Quay is a popular riverside quay in Singapore flanked by stylish restaurants, and high-end boutiques. Also lined up along the river are buzzing nightclubs, river cruise bumboats and floating cafes that make the place Singapore's major wining and dining area.

36. Siloso Beach
The Siloso Beach is renowned for being the hippiest of the three beaches of Sentosa Island. Home to some of the best bars and restaurants in the area, it is ideal for people who love the sun and the sand. Siloso Beach is well known for its outdoor activities as well, especially beach volleyball.

37. The Raffles Hotel
One of the most famous and iconic hotels in Singapore, the Raffles Hotel is on the top of almost every visitor’s to-visit list in Singapore. Located in the Colonial District of Singapore, it is claimed to be one of the world's last majestic 19th century hotels.

38. Asian Civilisations Museum
Ranked as one of the top museums in Asia, the Asian Civilisations Museum displays artefacts and relics depicting the cultures and civilisations of Asia. There are over 2000 artefacts spread across seven galleries on three levels.

39. Sri Mariamman Temple
The oldest temple in Singapore, Sri Mariamman Temple is located in Chinatown. The exquisite temple is dedicated to Goddess Mariamman, a Hindu deity known for curing illness, disease and epidemics. The ornate and elaborate detailing of the gopuram (tower) above the entrance is a sight to behold.

40. Changi Chapel and Museum
Narrating the story of Japanese occupation of Singapore, the Changi Chapel and Museum is dedicated to Singapore's history during World War II. It houses the photographs, personal objects, letters of more than 50,000 civilians and soldiers in Changi Prison. 

41. Fort Canning Park
The Fort Canning Park is a historic landmark in Singapore having witnessed major historical milestones. Formerly known as the "Forbidden Hill", it houses 9 historical gardens and is a popular spot for hiking and artistic activity.

42. Southern Ridges
The Southern Ridges Trail is a 10-kilometre hiking route in southern Singapore. One of the most picturesque natural walks of the Lion City, the Southern Ridges Trail offers stunning views of the skyline waterfront and a stroll across fascinating natural and architectural marvels. Spread across four havens of exotic flowering plants and tropical animals – Mount Faber Park, Telok Blangah Hill Park, HortPark, and Kent Ridge Park, Southern Ridges also consists of the country’s highest pedestrian bridge, suspended at a height of 36 metres across two hills.

43. Formula 1 Grand Prix
The Singapore Grand Prix is an annual night race held at Marina Bay Street Circuit. A part of the Formula 1 World Championship, it is a great attraction for adventure junkies, motorheads, and racers. The races are spread over three days, with multiple practice sessions and qualifiers.

44. MacRitchie Nature Trail
Once in a while, we all need a quick getaway, an escape from the hustle bustle of our everyday lives, even if it is just for an hour or two. MacRitchie Nature Trail provides just the solace that you seek in a busy city like Singapore. Situated in MacRitchie Reservoir Park along Lornie Road since 1867, the lush nature trail is an escape to pristine waters and a dense, secondary forest in the heart of the city.

45. Bukit Batok Nature Park
The Bukit Batok Nature Park (BBNP) is a quiet, serene park near the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve. The major highlight of the lush park is the quarry-turned-pond located right at the entrance. The 36-hectare park is perfect for jogging, walking or biking on the trails surrounded by the lush green beauty of the secondary forest. Many also prefer exercising at Bukit Batok Nature Park as it contains fitness areas and many bike trails of varying difficulty.

46. Esplanade - Theatres On The Bay
The Esplanade is a performing arts centre near the Marina Bay that focuses on international artists and has hosted over 37,000 shows. It is a 60,000 square meter expanse dedicated just to theatre and arts. Situated right at the mouth of the Singapore River, it got its name from the Esplanade Park, in which Theatres by the bay is located. The Esplanade stages new shows every few months and believe in providing opportunities to emerging artists and practitioners. In addition, the in-house programming team presents over 14 festivals and 20 ongoing series throughout the year.

47. Singapore River
The Singapore River is a major waterway that runs through the city of Singapore. A favourite nightlife district and tourist hotspot, the area around the river is abuzz with the excitement of buzzing bars, eclectic eateries, and charged clubs spread across Robertson Quay, Boat Quay, and Clarke Quay. The 3.2 kilometre-long river snakes through the middle of the city, passing through Old Singapore - with Victorian-era buildings and small communities - in the north, and the Central Business District with its swanky new buildings and complexes in the south.

48. VivoCity
VivoCity, the largest shopping mall in Singapore, is located at HarbourFront (close to the HarbourFrount MRT station). It is one of those very few shopping complexes that is famed for its open space. VivoCity also houses a large outdoor kid's playground on level two, along with a rooftop 'Skypark'.

49. Supertree Grove
Nestled in Gardens by the Bay of Sentosa Island, the Supertree Grove are artificially made, electronic tree structures. These trees are multifunctional that act as canopies and shade the area during the day and metamorphose into a dazzling exhibit of sound and light at night. These 18 steel-clad concrete structures, measuring between 25 and 50 metres tall, are adorned with around 162,900 plants. The vertical gardens come alive each night with the stunning Garden Rhapsody, a light and sound show.

50. Fountain of Wealth
One of Singapore's iconic sights, the Fountain of Wealth is the largest fountain in the world (listed in the Guinness Book of Records), located at Suntec City - one of Singapore's largest shopping malls. Towering at 13.8 metres, the Fountain of Wealth is built in accordance with the principles of Feng Shui, symbolizing wealth and life. The huge 66m bronze ring of the fountain is a symbol of oneness in spirit as well as the solidarity, equality and goodwill which exists between all races and religions in Singapore. The inward flowing water of symbolizes the retention of wealth in Suntec City.

51. St John's Island
St. John's Island is a stunning island known for its chequered past and the former prison feel, located approximately 6.5 km south off of the main island of Singapore. The mesmerising sight is visited for the small patch of mangrove trees and turquoise water beaches used by the families for picnicking. It is also frequented for a spot of fishing. This, as well as its closeness to the main island, has made St. John's Island an ideal day trip from Singapore.

52. Flower Dome Conservatory
Immerse yourself in the beauty and diversity of plants and flowers from all around the globe under a single roof at Singapore's Flower Dome. The largest glass greenhouse in the world, Flower Dome is one of the two breathtakingly beautiful conservatories of Gardens by the Bay (the other being, "Cloud Forest"). The temperature and humidity levels inside have been regulated to replicate the cool-dry climatic conditions of the Mediterranean and different arid tropical climates such as those in Australia, South America and South Africa. With an area of around 1.2 hectares, the flower dome conservatory constitutes a total of eight gardens- Olive Grove, Californian Garden, Mediterranean Garden, South American Garden, South African Garden, Australian Garden, the Baobabs and the Succulent Garden. An awe-inspiring field of flowers is present right in the centre of the conservatory.

53. Chinatown Heritage Centre
Serving as a gateway into the rich history of the bustling neighbourhood of Singapore's Chinatown, Chinatown Heritage Centre is a group of restored shophouses that exhibits the furniture, artefacts and living arrangements of early Chinese settlers. Spread across six galleries, the heritage centre houses an extensive collection of photographs and paraphernalia dating as far back as 1819, depicting the daily lives of early Chinese immigrants who risked their lives to arrive in a new city, in search of a better life, after a long and perilous journey.

54. Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom
Established as an outdoor conservatory, the Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom is located at Imbiah on the Sentosa Island of Singapore and is home to more than fifty varieties of butterflies, beetles, macaws and a plethora of colourful insects.

55. The Battle Box
The Battlebox is a war bunker dating back to World War II, now converted into a museum. Located at Fort Canning Hill, this former bomb-proof command centre/shelter is regarded as one of the prime touristic spots in Singapore, also known as Fort Canning Bunker. It was inside the walls of Battlebox that the British decided to surrender Singapore to the Japanese. Now, the Battlebox museum unveils true causes that led to the disastrous and largest capitulation in British History.

56. MacRitchie Reservoir
Positioned at 181 Lornie Road, the MacRitchie Reservoir Park forms a part of the water catchment system of Singapore and is a Mecca for nature admirers as well as sports fanatics. Covering an area of 12 hectares, the park is a hidden gem located coyly amidst pristine surroundings and offering a respite to the Singaporeans who treasure it immensely. Since MacRitchie Reservoir is situated close to the city centre, it is a favourite spot where one can indulge in a variety of activities like bird watching, kayaking, canoeing and hiking as well.

57. Marina Barrage
Marina Barrage is both a flood-control rooftop dam and a stunning park with a gob-smacking skyline view of Singapore, located at the southern tip of the main island, and a short walk away from Gardens by the Bay. Although its primary function serves as a dam, Marina Barrage is rather popular for recreation on its green, roof-top expanse which is always scattered with local flying flashy kites.

58. Bukit Timah Nature Reserve
Home to around 40% of the native flora and fauna of Singapore, the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve is one of the two ASEAN Heritage Parks in Singapore. This 400-acre natural wonderland, considered one of the largest remaining rainforests of the country, is found on Bukit Timah Hill, the tallest hill of Singapore. Established in 1883 as a forest reserve, the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve is the perfect place for tourists to see the natural ecology of a humid, equatorial region such as Singapore, with its pristine charm preserved and maintained by the authorities.

59. Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve
Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve is a Heritage Park at Kranji Way in Northern Singapore. Located at the banks of the Buloh River, this is Singapore’s first ASEAN Heritage Park that boasts of a stunning diversity of flora and fauna spread across a 202-hectare wetland and mangrove ecosystem. With more than 230 bird species – including significant migratory populations, thousands of plant varieties and exotic animals, Sungei Buloh is a great place to learn about the bounty and conservation of nature.

60. Fort Siloso
Fort Siloso is Singapore's only preserved coastal fort converted into a military museum containing World War II memorabilia like guns, remains of fortified military structures and tunnels. The main attraction of Fort Siloso is the Skywalk. Eleven storeys high, it provides visitors with a magnificent panoramic view of the surrounding landscape.

61. Peranakan Museum
The first of its kind in the world, the Peranakan Museum is devoted to exploring the Pernankan cultures present in Singapore, the former Straits Settlements in Malacca and Penang, and other regions of Southeast Asia that are home to the Peranakan community. Housed in the iconic Old Tao Nan School Building, this classic museum once acted as an extended wing of the famous Asian Civilisations Museum which used to be located here, and is currently a sister museum to the same, specialising in tracing the origins and development of Peranakan culture.

62. Armenian Church
The Armenian Church of Saint Gregory the Illuminator is the oldest Church in Singapore, locally referred to as the Armenian Church. It is located in a quiet place in the Hill Street vicinity and is one of the masterpieces of the Irish architect, George D Coleman. The Armenian community of Singapore regard this place as their spiritual abode, and the church now serves as a beautiful venue for couples to tie their knot in holy matrimony. The grand edifice is built in a British-neoclassical inspired architecture. This tranquil church is always a good option for an evening stroll.

63. Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery
The Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery is Singapore's largest Buddhist temple, sitting on 75,470 square meters of land. Built by Zhuan Dao in the early 20th century, this temple is located in Bishan and is considered to be a very sacred place by the Buddhists. The monastery is famed for housing one of Asia's largest Buddhist statues, located in the Hall of No Form. Made of bronze, this marvel is 13.8 meters tall and weighs 55 tonnes. Kong Meng San Phor Kark See is a must-visit for people interested in Buddhism and those wanting to learn more about the teachings of Buddha. 

64. Kusu Island
Part of the southern islands, Kusu Island is a pristine island just 5.6 km to the south of the main island of Singapore. The pristine island is famous for its clear blue waters and a breathtaking view from the beaches. It also has a very rich history from which it also derives its name as Kusu means turtle or tortoise in Chinese. As Kusu Island is just a short distance from the mainland, it is extremely famous amongst the locals and is a place visited by many who wish to spend the day in complete relaxation that is attained by the calm atmosphere of the island. It can also be entirely covered by walking from end to end in 20 minutes.

65. Palawan Beach
The gorgeous Palawan Beach on Sentosa Island is one of the best family beaches in Singapore with fine white sand, the clear blue water and the warm, cosy atmosphere. Out of the three beaches in Sentosa - Siloso, Tanjong and Palawan - the latter is often considered to be the most relaxing and is the only one that is kid-friendly.

66. Tanjong Beach
Revered for its white sandy shoreline, the man-made Tanjong Beach is nestled pristinely on Sentosa Island of Singapore. It is less crowded as compared to the other two touristic beaches on Sentosa, and attracts people who come here to take a break from the chaotic life of the city.

67. Lau Pa Sat
Located at 18 Raffles Quay, Lau Pa Sat is a popular hawker centre, and what can be called as Singapore's version of the food court. Recognised as a national monument in 1973, this iconic landmark of Singapore metamorphoses food, architecture and history together. Also known as the Telok Ayer Market, Lau Pa Sat sees numerous footfalls from gastronomes all over the world.

68. Singapore Art Museum
The Singapore Art Museum (also called SAM) specialises in international contemporary art practices with an emphasis laid on Singapore and South-East Asia. The museum is conveniently situated in the heart of the city of Singapore. Previously known as Fine-Art museum, SAM aims to breathe art into life. They plan on having a stimulating space to think, feel, experience and imagine. The museum is housed in a restored 19th-century old school that adds to the vibes of its antiquity and contemporary atmosphere. SAM is home to some of the ancient classic and modern international art. It also collaborates with contemporary international museums of its like to curate and hosts contemporary exhibitions.

69. Science Centre
Science Centre Singapore, located in Jurong East, is a scientific institution having around a thousand exhibits spread over fourteen exhibition galleries. Formerly known as the Singapore Science Centre, this geeky science museum houses the largest collection of educational material related to science in the Lion City.

70. Civilian War Memorial
The Civilian War Memorial is a monument dedicated to the civilians that lost their lives during World War II. Located within War Memorial Park at Beach Road in Singapore’s Central Area, this memorial is a sombre reminder of the perils of the Japanese Occupation in the country and is a symbol of hope for post-war Singapore. The monument is an iconic heritage landmark in the Lion City today, frequented by locals and tourists alike.

71. Sultan Mosque
Majestically standing in the historic district of Kampong Glam, the Sultan Mosque (Masjid Sultan) is Singapore's largest mosque and focal point of the Muslim community in the Lion City. Seemingly pulled out of the Arabian Nights, the enchanting mosque is constructed in the Indo-Saracenic style, the highlight being the huge prayer hall topped by a shimmering golden dome. Both regarding its glorious appearance, and the sheer size, the Sultan Mosque is a must-visit if one is in the Kampong Glam district.

72. Raffles Place
Raffles Place is a commercial space located at the south of Singapore River. Known as the heart of Singapore’s Financial District, Raffles Place is occupied with skyscrapers like the UOB Plaza which is known to hold exhibitions, Change Alley where travellers can get their currency changed, and the Lau Pa Sat from where one can buy art and craft items and enjoy some cultural performances.

73. Suntec City
Suntec City is a commercial hub and shopping complex situated in Marina Centre. It houses a mall (one of the largest), an international exhibition and convention centre, a movie theatre along with a video arcade. Located at the centre of this humdrum is the famous "Fountain of Wealth" - the world's largest fountain.

74. Wings Of Time
Wings of Time is a permanent outdoor light show at Siloso Beach. This award-winning show is a magical spectacle of pyrotechnics, robotic water fountains, a thrilling soundtrack, lasers, and a compelling storyline.

75. Chek Jawa
Tanjung Chek Jawa, usually known as Chek Jawa, is an extensive wetland measuring 100 hectares, located to the South East of the Pulau Ubin island near the main island of Singapore. It is a vibrant mix of 6 diverse habitats, making it one of the richest ecosystems across the world. The visitors are amazed to find sandy and rock-filled beaches in close conjunction to a coral & seagrass lagoon as well as mangrove and coastal forests. Chek Jawa is one of the most popular sightseeing spots in Singapore, especially for nature lovers, bird watchers and international tourists.

76. Sri Vadapathira Kaliamman Temple
Sri Vadapathira Kaliamman Temple is a Hindu Temple located on 555 Serangoon Road of Little India. It is dedicated to Vadapathira and Kaliamman deities, the female counterpart to the Brihadeeswarar Temple located in Thanjavur of the Indian state of Tamil Nadu.

77. Sri Sivan Temple
Situated at the Geylang Avenue in Singapore, the stupendous Sri Sivan Temple is a place of worship of the Hindu God, Lord Shiva, the presiding deity of the temple. This magnificent temple can very well be considered as a modern structure, with the fusion of both South and North Indian architectural influences adding to the aura of this holy place. There are six main prayers held here on a daily basis, and the temple has a specific time for the performance of the same.

78. iFly
iFly Singapore is an indoor skydiving simulation venue near Siloso Beach Station. A franchise of the popular SkyVenture, iFly offers authentic free-falling simulations within an indoor wind tunnel, featuring a thrilling 90-second drop.

79. Dairy Farm Nature Park
The Dairy Farm Nature Park is a magnificent nature park located in the Upper Bukit Timah area of Singapore. Spread across a thriving 63-hectare land, it is famous for nature trails, hiking, and the quarry. At the south-western end of the park lies the Singapore Quarry, a relaxing wetland and picturesque spot, serving as a prime spot for freshwater flora and fauna including the critically endangered little grebe bird. Gain knowledge about the changing landscape of the dairy farm and explore the wonders of nature through varied exhibits at the Dairy Farm Nature Park.


How To Reach Singapore

The best way to travel to Singapore from India is through flight. The classy Changi Airport of Singapore is well connected to India through regular flights from various cities. Some of the major airlines that connect the two countries include Singapore Airlines, Air India, Tiger Airways, Jet Airways and Air India Express. The journey is 6-8 hours long depending upon number of halts in between.

Religion of Singapore 

Being a multi-religious country, Singapore does not have a state-regulated religion which the citizens are supposed to follow. It is home to 10 religions, out of which Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam and Christianity are the primary religions, while Zoroastrianism, Judaism, Sikhism, Jainism and others form the minority cluster. The Lion City is the ultimate melting pot, with the locals celebrating all festivals pompously, irrespective of the religion they follow. 

Language of Singapore 

There are four official languages of Singapore: English, Malay, Mandarin Chinese and Tamil. Yes, Singapore language is as diverse and multi-cultural as its people! English is the most widely spoken language (primarily by the population below the age of 50), and the medium of instructions in school. English is also the language of business and government in Singapore, based on British English. 

A unique and widely spoken language in Singapore is the Singlish. It is primarily the colloquial form of English, having a distinct accent, and ignoring the basic standards of English grammar. Having a jumble of local slang and expressions of various languages and dialects of Singapore, speaking in Singlish is seen as a mark of being truly local! 

The major portion of the literate population in Singapore is bilingual, with English and Mandarin being most commonly spoken. Interestingly, all the schools in the city teach the language of the child's parentage, along with English, to ensure the child stay in touch with the traditional roots.

Currency in Singapore 

Singapore's unit of currency is the Singapore Dollar (SGD), locally referred to as the 'Singdollar'. It is made up of 100 cents using coins of 5, 10, 20 and 50 cents, along with notes in the denomination of SGD 2, 5, 10 and 50, 100, 500 and 1000. 

Cards: Almost all the major credit card brands are widely accepted in Singapore including Visa and MasterCard (although a 3 % surcharge may be charged by some shops, taxis may charge up to 15 %).
Traveller's cheques are usually not accepted, however, can be cashed at most of the exchange booths.
EZ-Link and Nets Flash Pay cards are valid in case of some convenience stores and fast-food chains.

ATMs: ATMs are widely available at banks, malls, MRT stations and commercial areas.

Best Time To Visit

July-September:While tourists visit throughout the year, the festive season is a great time to explore the many facets of Singapore, especially around July when the Great Singapore Sale and the Singapore Food Festival take place. Feb-April: The months between the summers and winters are quite pleasant.

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Malaysia Singapore Gateway

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Kuala Lumpur
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Singapore
6 Nights / 7 Days
Included in this package
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Sightseeing
Meals
Transfer
  • Overview
  • Tour Itinerary
  • Inclusions
  • Policies
  • Tour Destinations

Tour Highlights

Kuala Lumpur 

  • Guided City Tour of Kuala Lumpur 
  • Day trip to Sunway Lagoon

Singapore 
  • Visit to S.E.A. AquariumTM at Resort World Sentosa
  • ‘Wings of Time’ Show at Sentosa Island 
  • Visit to Universal Studios at Resort World Sentosa 
  • Guided City Tour 
  • Gardens by the Bay with Cloud Forest & Flower Dome

Tour Plan

Day 1 

Arrive in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

On arrival at Kuala Lumpur Airport, you will be welcomed by our local representative outside the customs area to meet you and take you to your hotel. Enjoy the picturesque drive from the airport to Kuala Lumpur city, which takes approximately an hour. Upon arrival, check-in at your hotel. The evening is free for you to enjoy Kuala Lumpur city on your own. Overnight in Kuala Lumpur.

Day 2 

Kuala Lumpur - City Tour & Sunway Lagoon

Today we take you on a guided city tour of the sprawling capital city of Kuala Lumpur. See the 88-storey Petronas Twin Towers, the Lake Gardens with the National Monument, the National Mosque and Merdeka Square. Later, we proceed to Sunway Lagoon Theme Park, which offers you non-stop fun and entertainment. Have a splashing good time at the ‘Water Park’ before enjoying the fun and excitement of the ‘Amusement Park’ rides with your little ones. Go wild and interact with the animals at the ‘Wildlife Park’ and gear up for more action at the ‘Extreme Park’ before facing your fears at ‘Scream Park’. At the ‘Nickelodeon Explorer’s Oasis’ come across characters such as SpongeBob Square Pants, Dora the Explorer, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. After a fun-filled day at the Sunway Lagoon Theme Park, we drive back to our hotel. Overnight in Kuala Lumpur.

Meal Included

Breakfast

Day 3 

Kuala Lumpur - Day Free OR Day trip to Genting Highlands

Today the day is free for you to explore this beautiful city on your own OR you have an option to take the suggested excursion, day trip to Genting Highlands. Set amidst the clouds, is the world famous Genting Highlands. Feel an experience of a perfect hill station at the Genting Highlands. Enjoy the scenic view with a cable car ride. Enroute take a short stop to visit the Batu Caves, a Hindu Shrine. Overnight in Kuala Lumpur. 

Meal Included

Breakfast

Day 4 

Kuala Lumpur - Singapore - Sentosa Island Tour

Today board the coach to journey on to Singapore - The Lion City. On arrival in Singapore, we proceed to your hotel and check-in. In the evening we take you to the famous Sentosa Island. Here we visit the S.E.A. AquariumTM. Discover the awe-inspiring world of life in the ocean at this, the world’s largest aquarium. Your visit to Sentosa Island ends with the fabulous light and sound show titled ‘Wings of Time’. Overnight in Singapore.

Meal Included

Breakfast

Day 5 

Singapore - Universal Studios

Today, we visit the region’s first Universal Studios Theme Park which will offer you excitement and great fun, with numerous thrilling rides and unlimited entertainment. Witness the world’s first Far Far Away Castle in ‘The Shrek 4-D adventure’. Meet the terrifying T-Rex in ‘The Lost World’, ride the world’s tallest dueling roller coasters at Sci-Fi City and witness ancient Egypt on the psychological thrill ride titled ‘Revenge of The Mummy’. After a full day of excitement and thrill at the universal studios, we proceed back to the hotel. Overnight in Singapore.

Meal Included

Breakfast

Day 6 

Singapore - City Tour & Gardens by the Bay

Today, we take you for a guided city tour of Singapore. See ‘Swissotel The Stamford’, one of the tallest hotels in the world, the Parliament House and the City Hall. Take a photo stop at the Merlion - Singapore’s famous symbol and the Esplanade, a 600 sq. m. performing arts center located in Marina Bay. Then visit to the ‘Gardens by the Bay with Cloud Forest and Flower Dome’, which is home to more than a quarter of a million of rare plants in huge domed conservatories, spanning an area of 100 hectares. Take a closer look at diverse plant life from around the world. After completing our city tour, we proceed back to our hotel. Overnight in Singapore.

Meal Included

Breakfast

Day 7 

Departure Singapore

After a buffet breakfast, we check out and drive to the airport for your flight back home. We hope you take back many happy memories of your holiday. We would like you to spare a few minutes to write and tell us how you enjoyed your holiday and  give us your suggestions.

Meal Included

Breakfast

Inclusions

  • 3 Nights accommodation in Kuala Lumpur
  • 3 Nights accommodation in Singapore
  • Daily Breakfast
  • Kuala Lumpur City Tour
  • Visit Sunway Lagoon
  • Visit Gardens by the Bay
  • Panoramic Singapore City Tour
  • Visit Sentosa Island - S.E.A Aquarium
  • Visit Universal Studios
  • Return Airport & Coach Terminal Transfers
  • Kuala Lumpur to Singapore by A/c Coach
  • All Tours & Transfers are on SIC basis (Seat in coach)

Exclusions

  • Any Airfare, Visa Charges, Overseas Travel Insurance
  • Early Check-in and late Checkout in properties
  • Personal Expenses / Extras during Stay in Resort like laundry, Telephone calls, Medicines, Liquor
  • Entry Tickets / Meals other than those mentioned in Inclusions
  • Anything other than those mentioned in the ‘Inclusions’ list above
  • Any Surcharge, if applicable by the Hotel at the time of booking
  • GST as applicable

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Visa Policies

Singapore Visa
  • A valid passport with at least six months validity on the date of departure from Singapore. If the applicant is holding any old passport, it is mandatory now to enclose the same.
  • Confirmed return Air ticket with trip itinerary.
  • Singapore visa application form duly completed and signed by the applicant.
  • 2 recent coloured passport size photographs (35 mm wide by 45 mm high without border, white background)
  • Please note one photograph should be pasted on the visa form and signed across, second photograph should be attached with gem clip.
  • Covering letter from the applicant.
  • Leave letter / NOC from the company.
  • If the applicant is residing on any other address as mentioned on the passport, than residential proof copy is required.
  • Official translations of the documents are required if they are not in the English language.
  • Bank statement reflecting transactions of the last 6 months duly attested by a Bank official with Bank seal.

Malaysia Visa
  • Original Passport valid for at least 9 months from the date of return
  • Confirmed air tickets (onward & return)
  • Malaysia visa form signed by the applicant
  • 2 passport-size photographs against a white background with matte-finish (Photo specifications*)
  • Cover letter stating the purpose of travel
  • Bank statement reflecting transactions of the last 6 months (a minimum balance of Rs 45,000 per traveller is mandatory) duly attested by the bank official
  • Occupational details like salary slip, leave sanction letter or proof of retirement
  • Hotel Reservation or invitation letter from your host.

Booking Policies

  • 50% of the Holiday Package Cost at the time of Booking.
  • Balance 50% of Holiday Package Cost, 30 days prior to Departure.
  • Non-Refundable items (if any) will be told in advance for full payment.
  • Airfare to be paid full at one time in advance.

Cancellation Policies

  • 25% of Holiday Package Cost will be applicable, Cancelled 51 Days or More
  • 50% of Holiday Package Cost will be applicable, Cancelled between 50 – 36 Days
  • 75% of Holiday Package Cost will be applicable, Cancelled between 35 – 21 Days
  • 100% of Holiday Package Cost will be applicable, Cancelled 20 Days or less.

Tour Destination

About City

Kuala Lumpur
"Feast For all the Senses"

Kuala Lumpur, popularly referred to as KL, is the capital city of Malaysia. Officially the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, it is also the largest city of the country, spreading over almost 245 sq km. Steel-clad skyscrapers, mega shopping malls, renowned monuments, bustling markets and burgeoning nightlife - that is Kuala Lumpur for you!

Kuala Lumpur is divided into separate districts, each known for something extraordinary. However, the main draw of the city is the Golden Triangle comprising of Bukit Bintang, KLCC and Chinatown areas. Popular as the entertainment hub of the city, these are home to some of the trendiest nightclubs, lounges and bars.

Home to three of the 10 largest shopping malls in the world, it comes as no surprise that Kuala Lumpur is often considered as the retail and fashion hub of Southeast Asia. Authentic handicrafts to major international brands are all on sale in the masses of malls in Kuala Lumpur (read 66!). The city's traditional markets are equally enjoyable with atmospheric experiences. Visiting KL during March, May or December during the mega sale event is an escapade in itself for the shoppers.

Kuala Lumpur is a non-stop banquet. Drom dining at lavish restaurants to eating with the locals at the street stalls, almost all of Malaysia's culinary specialities can be found in KL. Do stop by the hawker stalls and traditional neighbourhood kopitiams (coffee shops) to sample the best of the local delicacies. Kuala Lumpur is also the gateway to Malaysia's contemporary art scene with numerous visual arts gallery and exhibition centres. 

The 6th most visited city in the world (in 2019), KL is thronged by tourists. Yet, it retains the laidback ambience and jungle lushness of the kampung (village) it once was. Exploring this 21st-century metropolis is a cakewalk with a comprehensive road system and extensive public transportation. Hop on any of the mass rapid transit (MRT), light rapid transit (LRT), monorail, commuter rail or public buses and whizz past Kuala Lumpur in a matter of minutes!

Must Know Before You Visit Kuala Lumpur

Money & Payments
Visa and Master card are the most accepted credit cards.
Cash is the preferred mode of transaction and the minimum amount to use the card is MYR 50 at most places except the shopping malls. Alipay is also accepted widely.
One can not carry more than MYR 40,000 when entering into Kuala Lumpur.

Exchanging Currency in KL
Most of the ATMs in Kuala Lumpur are connected to western banks, and hence, you can easily access your bank account.
Currency can also be easily exchanged at the banks by paying some nominal fees.
Forex booths are also very common which display their currency exchange rates on an electronic board.

Internet Access & Wifi
Wifi is easily available at hundreds of restaurants, bars, cafes, and hotels across KL. Mostly for free!

Medical Services
Pharmacies are spread all across the town
The most common pharmacy in KL is Watsons which is located in almost every mall

Travel Cards
For those travelling to Kuala Lumpur for 2-3 days, the best-value travel card is KL Travel Pass. The cost includes a single or return transfer on KLIA Express Train and two days rides on LRT, MRT and monorail lines
For an extended stay in KL, opt for MyRapid Card. This is valid on Rapid KL Buses, monorail and Ampang and Kelang Jaya LRT lines.

Must Visit Places in Kuala Lumpur

1. Petronas Twin towers
The Petronas Twin Towers located in KLCC, Kuala Lumpur are twin skyscrapers with each tower standing 451.9 meters proud. The tallest twin towers in the world, the major attraction at Petronas Towers is the double-decker sky bridge, and the observation deck, which provides a magical aerial view of Kuala Lumpur.

2. Skyview Deck at the KL Tower
Menara KL, or Kuala Lumpur Tower, located within the Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve, is the tallest telecommunications tower in South East Asia and the 7th tallest in the world. The thrilling 360-degree view of Kuala Lumpur skyline from the tower is the main attraction. The KL Tower is also popular for the revolving restaurant it houses.

3. Visit Batu caves
Batu Caves is a series of limestone caves and temples located in Selangor, Malaysia.
Dedicated to Lord Murugan, this is one of the most famous Hindu shrines outside India. The 400 million years old attraction is the focal point of Thaipusam celebration in Malaysia.

4. Explore Chinatown
Kuala Lumpur's Chinatown is the hub of food, accessories, clothing and everything a tourist could ask for. It is one of the most colourful and vibrant areas of Kuala Lumpur. This place is a paradise for shopaholics and gourmands, and provides ample sight-seeing opportunities such as the captivating Buddhist Temples, art galleries and the traditional food and coffee houses.

5. Aquaria KLCC
Located at Kuala Lumpur Convention Center, Aquaria KLCC is one of the largest aquariums in Southeast Asia housing more than 250 varied species of animals. Spread over 60,000 square feet over two levels, the main highlight is the 90-meter underwater tunnel.

6. Street Food at Jalan Alor
Jalan Alor is a 500-metre long food street in Kuala Lumpur. Located in the heart of the city in Bukit Bintang Area, it is one of the busiest food streets of the world.

7. Central Market Kuala Lumpur
The Central Market of Kuala Lumpur is handicrafts market clustered with diverse shops selling local arts and souvenirs. Locally known as Pasar Seni, it serves as a major landmark of the city. The market is especially crowded for the festive shopping during Hari Raya, Deepavali and Chinese New Year.

8. Suria KLCC
Suria KLCC is a six storey premier shopping mall located at the foot of the towering Petronas Twin Towers overlooking the KLCC Park. Spread over more than 1.5 million square feet, it has become a beacon for the best shopping, dining and entertainment experience in Malaysia.

9. Sri Maha Mariamman Temple
Sri Maha Mariamman Temple, located in Chinatown area of Kuala Lumpur, is the oldest temple of Goddess Mariamman, the manifestation of Goddess Parvati and the oldest Hindu temple in the city. It is beautifully crafted and designed in the Dravidian architecture, having a Raja Gopuram Tower at the entrance.

10. KL Forest Eco Park
The KL Forest Eco Park, formerly known as the Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve, is the only tropical rainforest in Kuala Lumpur. The 9-hectare forest reserve is also one of the oldest forest reserves in Malaysia. The well-maintained walking trails, diverse trees, and a kid's playground are the main attractions.

11. National Zoo of Malaysia
The National Zoo of Malaysia, commonly known as Zoo Negara, is spread over more than 100 acres and is home to more than 476 wildlife species. The main highlight of this zoo is Malaysia’s famous giant pandas: Xing Xing and Liang Liang.

12. Shop at the KL Pavilion
Pavilion Kuala Lumpur is a premiere shopping destination located in Central Bukit Bintang area. Spread over 7 levels, the mall has 8 shopping precincts. Pavilion Elite, being the mall's retail expansion, houses the largest Coach store in South-East Asia. The Pavilion Crystal Fountain at the entrance of KL Pavilion is Malaysia's tallest Liuli Crystal Fountain and is considered a national landmark.

13. Sultan Abdul Samad Building
The beautifully designed and maintained, 19th-century structure, Sultan Abdul Samad Building stands tall at the Jalan Raja, Kuala Lumpur. It houses the Ministry of Communications and Multimedia and the Ministry of Tourism and Culture of Malaysia. The main highlight is the stunning view of the building when illuminated at night.

14. Sunway Lagoon Theme Park
Located at Petaling Jaya in Kuala Lumpur, the Sunway Lagoon Theme Park is a famous recreational park. It is popular for the Water Park, Scream Park, Wildlife Park, Amusement Park and Asia’s first ever Nickelodeon Theme Park located in its premise.

15. National Mosque of Malaysia
National Mosque of Malaysia, commonly known as Masjid Negara, is one of the largest Sunni affiliated mosques of this country located in Kuala Lumpur. It is a perfect reminiscent of the Grand Mosque in Mecca adorned with abstract shapes and intricate geometric lattices.

16. KidZania Kuala Lumpur
KidZania Kuala Lumpur is a children's theme park - a mini-city that spans across an area of 80,000 sq. ft. Located in Petaling Jaya area, KidZania is an edutainment theme park that allows the kids to get a real life-experience of a job-environment while they indulges in several role-play activities.

17. Masjid Jamek
Masjid Jamek, also known as Sultan Abdul Samad Jamek Mosque, is the oldest place of Islamic Worship in Kuala Lumpur. Also known as Friday Mosque, it is a melange of Mughal, Islam and Moorish style of architecture with pristine surrounding.

18. Sunway Putra Mall
Located opposite the International Putra World Trade Centre in Kuala Lumpur, the Sunway Putra Mall is a five-story shopping complex that houses over 300 stores. The mall is categorized into 4 sections which house local as well as international brands.

19. Berjaya Hills
Berjaya Hills in Malaysia is an island resort located on a mountain ridge surrounded by lush green forests, an hour away from Kuala Lumpur. Popularly known as Bukit Tinggi, the main draw of this hill resort is the Colmar Tropicale.

20. KLCC Park
The Kuala Lumpur City Center Park, popularly known as KLCC Park, is a 50-acre garden located close to Suria KLCC Shopping Centre. Lake Symphony, the As Syakirin Mosque and the children’s public pool are the major attractions.

21. Trip to Genting highlands
This place is really different from all the touristy places. It has five hotels inside.

22. Royal Selangor Visitor Centre
The Royal Selangor Visitor Centre of Kuala Lumpur, located in Setapak Jaya, provides guided tours of world’s foremost pewter crafts and manufacturing company - Royal Selangor. The visitor centre introduces one to the world of pewter through sight, touch and sound.


23. Bukit Bintang
Bukit Bintang is Kuala Lumpur's trendiest shopping and entertainment district housing shopping centres, five-star hotels and sleek nightclubs. Also known as Bintang Walk, the most iconic attraction here is Pavilion KL.

24. KL bird park
Kuala Lumpur Bird Park is a 20.9-acre public aviary located adjacent to the Lake Gardens. Also known as Taman Burung Kuala Lumpur, this is the largest covered bird park in the world. It houses more than 3,000 birds in enclosed aviaries of which almost 90% are local birds and the rest are imported. 

25. Farm In The City
Farm in the City is a unique petting zoo styled like a typical Malaysian village, located in Taman Equine, Seri Kembangan along the Damansara Puchong highway. The zoo is split up into different zones including a turtle and tortoise section, a bird aviary and a reptile cavern.

26. Sepang International Circuit
The Sepang International Circuit is an F1 race track located about 60 kilometers south of Kuala Lumpur in Sepang, Selangor. It is popular amongst tourists for the go-kart rides offered.

27. Forest Research Institute Malaysia
Located in Selangor, Forest Research Institute Malaysia is one among the chief institutes in tropical forestry research in the world housing a multiplicity of flora and fauna. The institute provides an opportunity for camping at Perah Campsite, trekking at natural trails and picnic at Sg Kroh.

28. KL Butterfly Park
The Kuala Lumpur Bird Park, located adjacent to the Lake Gardens and the KL Bird Park, is one of the largest butterfly parks in the world. Spread over 80,000 square feet of landscaped garden it houses over 5,000 butterflies, exotic plants, butterfly-host plants and ferns.

29. Merdeka Square
Merdeka Square, also known as Dataran Merdeka, is the iconic landmark of Kuala Lumpur. Situated in front of the famous Sultan Abdul Samad Building, it is a popular sightseeing spot with with buildings like the National Textile Museum and City Gallery surrounding it.

30. Plaza Low Yat
Plaza Low Yat shopping centre is Malaysia's largest IT mall offering seven floors of electronic goods and services. Situated in the Bukit Bintang shopping belt, LYP or Low Yat houses almost 500 retail stores offering services ranging from mobile, computer, and camera to gaming repairs.

31. Tugu Negara
The National Monument of Malaysia, popularly known as Tugu Negara, is dedicated to the 11,000 brave souls who were martyred during the first and the second World War and the subsequent Emergency period of Malaysia's independence.

32. Kuala Lumpur City Gallery
The Kuala Lumpur City Gallery, located at Merdeka Square, is a tourist information centre. It exhibits the history of Kuala Lumpur through its collection of photographs, paintings, and miniature models. Housed in a 115 year old Government Printing Office, the main highlight is the Spectacular City Model Show and the iconic I Love KL structure.

33. Berjaya Times Square
Malaysia’s largest inter-city shopping-cum-leisure mall-Berjaya Times Square (BTS) is located in the heart of the city of Kuala Lumpur. This 203 metre tall tower with 48 floors is a fascinating combination of a hotel, condominium and a shopping center complex with its very own indoor amusement park.

34. Pangkor Island
Pangkor Island is a group of resort island situated in Perak off the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. It has everything packed for a refreshing vacation right from a vibrant Chinatown to quiet lovely beaches. Trek lovers will find the uphill trek through the jungle quite overwhelming. 

35. Thean Hou Temple
The 6-tiered Thean Hou Temple, located in Kuala Lumpur, is one of the largest and most beautiful temples in Southeast Asia. The temple is a fusion of three beliefs - Buddhism, Taoism, and Confucianism. It is extremely colourful and lies on top of Robson Hill, offering a spectacular view.

36. Planetarium Negara
Situated on the hilltop to the east of Lake Garden in Kuala Lumpur, Planetarium Negara is the National Planetarium of Malaysia. Devoted to astronomical and scientific wonders, the planetarium is crowned with a blue dome and comprises of a Space Theatre, exhibition halls and provides hands-on experiments.

37. Muzium Negara
The National Museum of Malaysia, popularly referred to as Muzium Negara, is located near the Southern tip of Lake Garden, past the National Art Gallery in Kuala Lumpur. The display here is an amalgamation of crafts, weapons, currency, tradition and culture. The three-story museum comprises of four exhibition galleries, each of which has a different theme.

38. Chow Kit Market
located at the Northern end of Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman, is a notorious landmark in the city . It is divided into two halves - one houses the unofficial red light district, while the other is home to largest wet market in the city selling meat, fruits, vegetables and tofu.

39. Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia
The Islamic Art Museum of Malaysia has an extensive collection of ancient Islamic artefacts and books from the Middle East, the birthplace of Islam. Located at the brink of Lake Gardens, this museum is the largest of its kind in Southeast Asia. Spanning 30,000 square meters, it is adorned with Islamic patterns and houses more than 7000 artefacts.

40. Federal Territory Mosque
Federal Territory Mosque, also known as Wilayah Mosque is one of the most artistically built mosques in Kuala Lumpur. Established in 2000, this secular mosque is designed in the Ottoman- Malay style. It can accommodate around 17,000 devotees at a time.

41. Masjid India
The ancient mosque of Kuala Lumpur, Jalan Masjid, also called India Mosque or Masjid India, was established in 1883 as a small wooden mosque. It was later renovated with red bricks in 1963. Located in the busy and chaotic streets of Jalan Masjid India Market, tourists also visit the retail shop surrounding the mosque for a lovely shopping experience.

42. Masjid Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah
Built-in 1997, Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Masjid rests inside the famous International Islamic University of Malaysia. With a capacity to accommodate 9000 devotees in the main prayer hall, it also acts as a centre of Ibadah. The mosque in the Garden of Knowledge and Virtue in IIUM has an exceptional design of the grand dome structure, floral art, and morocco visual art.

43. Saidina Abu Bakar As Siddiq Mosque
Named after Abu Bakr, Mohammad’s successor, Saidina Abu Bakar As Siddiq Mosque was built in 1982. With exceptional architectural excellence, this mosque is situated close to Bangsar village of Kuala Lumpur with devotees crowding up the mosque every day. 

44. Masjid Al Bukhari
Comparatively a compact and small mosque, Masjid Al Bukhari in Kuala Lumpur is adjacent to the famous Victoria Institution. The inviting atmosphere of Masjid Al Bukhari is open for both Muslim and non-muslim population. Any architecture lover will surely love the dome structure and its intricacies, along with perfect afternoon prayers at Masjid Al Bukhari.

45. Kampung Baru Jamek Mosque
Established in the 1920s, Kampung Baru Jamek Mosque, was built upon the land contributed by Bachik Abdullah in the 1880s. The mosque is famous for the Bubur Lambuk cooking event which takes place on the mosque premises. Kampung Baru Jamek Mosque also holds regular renovations.

46. Masjid Jamek Abdullah Hukum
Built by Abdullah Hukum, one of the pioneers in the development of Kuala Lumpur, this Masjid Jamek Abdullah Hukum is now a part of the heritage of Kuala Lumpur. Amidst the new residential place of KL Eco-city, the century-old Malay stilt house is now on the 7th floor of the building. Masjid Jamek Abdullah Hukum is also restored in the same place. It open for visitors to catch a glimpse of the history it inherits.

47. Sri Kandaswamy Kovil
Located in Brickfields, it is a popular temple in Malaysia which is over a century old, attracting devotees from all over Asia. It is considered to be one of the most orthodox temples in the country. A Maha Kumbhabhishekham (an annual consecration ceremony) is held every year in the temple premises inviting devotees from all over the country.

48. Shree Lakshminarayan Mandir Kuala Lumpur
Shree Lakshminarayan Mandir in Kuala Lumpur is the abode of Lakshminarayan, a manifestation of Lord Vishnu and his wife Goddess Lakshmi. Attached to the temple are a community centre, multi-purpose halls, and a classroom for spiritual and educational lessons. Located near the Jalan Ipoh Road, the temple is open for four hours each in the morning and evening.

49. Taman Tasik Permaisuri
Landscaped on hilly terrain, Taman Tasik Permaisuri is a well-admired and spacious lake-park in the Bandar Tun Razak district, Cheras, It has a vast lake where you will find elegant pink lotuses and lilies blooming. This gleaming lake is surrounded by some attractive picnic spots with concrete tables and stools that are provided by the garden officials.

50. Explore Little India
Located near KL Sentral, Brickfields Little India offers tourists a taste of the subcontinent despite being far away from it. The bustling street sells Indian snacks like gulab jamuns, vadas, samosas, lassi and the like. The smells and sights teleport tourists to India itself, and the area is filled with shops selling glass bangles, traditional Indian clothing, incense sticks and sarees, among others. The Little India locality also houses the Thean Hou temple, the Tamil Methodist Church, the Church of the Holy Rosary, and the Evangelical Lutheran Church. Tourists can also try out blind massages offered here.

51. Kepong Metropolitan Park
Widely scattered across an area of 95 hectares, Kepong Metropolitan Park is one of the largest recreational parks in Malaysia. Located at the north end of Jinjang in Kuala Lumpur, it is a preferred spot amongst the kite hobbyists as a huge area in the park is specifically dedicated to kite-flying.

52. Pulau Ketam
Pulau Ketam Island is a great place for family outings in Malaysia. Popularly known as the Crab Island, Palau Ketam houses several attractions like local Chinese temples, a breathtaking beach, local food joints and several others. This island houses two major settlements namely Pulau Ketam Village and Sungai Lima Village.

Cafes in Kuala Lumpur
Scattered across Kuala Lumpur, cafes in the city serve delicious brunches and desserts and often have bakeries attached as well. They also serve a wide range of coffees and teas. Cafes such as Acme Bar & Coffee, The Red Beanbag, and Antipodean Cafe offer a wide range of foods from a variety of cuisines. Yeast Bistronomy doubles up as a wine bar and also serves a variety of baked goods. In addition, the city is full of cafes serving western and local cuisine, and some, like Kopenhagen Coffee, specialise in Danish cuisine and coffees.

Street Markets in Kuala Lumpur
Street markets around Kuala Lumpur are a must-visit for all shopaholics visiting this city. Markets on the roadside sell handicrafts, home decorations, clothing, and accessories. The markets are open from the morning to the evening and then re-open again at midnight, and tourists can have a nighttime shopping experience like no other. Tourists can also practise their bargaining skills to get even lower prices. Petaling Street, Central Market and Kasturi Walk are among the biggest shopping attractions around the city.

Nightclubs in Kuala Lumpur
Nightlife is lively in Kuala Lumpur, with a variety of bars, pubs and nightclubs to give tourists a great time. Kuala Lumpur is home to Zouk, rated the third best nightclub in Asia. Skybar, named Asia’s best bar in 2016, offers views of the Petronas towers and a panoramic view of the city. In addition, the city has nightclubs perched atop highrises, offering views of the city at night, as well as views of the green Klang valley around the city.

How to Reach Kuala Lumpur from India
Flights from India to Kuala Lumpur are available from most of the cities whereas direct flights are available from Delhi, Amrtisar, Bengaluru, Chennai, Kochi, Kolkata and Mumbai. There are hundreds of airlines that generally fly on this route out of which most common are Malaysia airlines, Airasia and Singapore airlines.

How to reach Kuala Lumpur by flight
Kuala Lumpur can be easily reached via direct flight to KL international airport. However, one can also take a flight to Singapore and drive down to Kuala Lumpur which is 355 kms away.

How to reach Kuala Lumpur by road
Taxis can be easily hired and one should always ask to turn on the meter and avoid paying high fares which are demanded by the cab drivers. Also, taxi can be rented for visiting tourist attractions and one needs to pay for that per hour (MYR 15 - 25). Renting a car in KL can be pretty daring as there is pathetic traffic on the roads of Kuala Lumpur.

How to reach Kuala Lumpur by train
There are three railway lines: KTM Komuter trains which use KL Sentral as hub and run every 15 - 20 minutes, and has two lines Tanjung Malim_Sungai Gadut and Batu Caves_Pelabuhan Klang. Light rail transit system here are three lines: Ampang_Sentul Timur, Sri Petaling_Sentul Timur and Kelana Jaya_Terminal Putr, though these fucntion very poorly because they were constructed by different companies and one needs to walk, take escalators or lifts to go from one line to another. Kuala Lumpur monorail runs from Kl Sentral to Titiwangsa.

How to reach Kuala Lumpur by bus
Hop on hop off bus is a good way to get an overview of Kuala Lumpur. All day local bus (1 RM), All day city bus (2 RM), All day express bus (5RM). One can use touch n go travel cards for all the rapid KL train and bus lines

How to reach Kuala Lumpur by Waterways
Kuala Lumpur can not be accesed by waterways.

Local transport in Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur can be explored best by renting a car, though driving in KL is very confusing because of their one way systems. A lot of air conditioned taxis are available at the designated taxi stands. One can always use KTM Komuter trains, light trail transit and Kuala Lumpur monorail.

Best Time To Visit Kuala Lumpur

Located in proximity to the equator, the weather remains hot, and it rains almost throughout the year in Kuala Lumpur; however, May to July remains the best time to visit Kuala Lumpur as the area remains relatively dry during these months, the skies are bluer than ever! The months from December to February and May to August are comparatively drier than the other months. The hotels and flights are expensive during the dry season, while the offseason will afford you some discounts. 

Additionally, during these months, tourists can make most out of Kuala Lumpur attractions, such as Sunway Lagoon Park, Bird Park etc.! The temperature during these months ranges between 30 to 35 degree Celsius in the day and 25 to 29 degree Celsius during the night. 

Kuala Lumpur can also be best visited in December, January and February as the streets are full of Christmas and New Year cheer, decorated brightly and liveliness is all around!

About City

Singapore
"The Quintessential Cosmopolitan"

Best described as a microcosm of modern Asia, Singapore is a melting pot of culture and history, and an extravaganza of culinary delights. Officially known as the Republic of Singapore, it is both a city and a country located in Southeast Asia. One of Asia's most visited destinations, Singapore is best described as an amalgam of a fast-paced life and an off-the-back-street inheritance.

Singapore is the quintessential cosmopolitan, having the highest religious diversity in any country. Spread 42 km (26 miles) east to west and 23 km (14 miles) north to south, today it boasts of the world's busiest port. Singapore has climbed to be one of Asia's hit-list destinations with its efficient and widespread transport system - whizzing in this country is just a matter of minutes!

The national pastime of Singaporeans is eating, followed closely by shopping. This 'City in a Garden' is a blend of cultures, combining different ideas, cuisines, new architectures going well with the gleaming hint of the old school. The incredible shopping malls, classy boutiques, departmental stores on Orchard Road, the exotic elements of Chinatown and Little India and the world-class nightlife span across the spotless land of Singapore.

Expensive with respect to South-eastern standards, the city offers a plethora of other options for entertainment such as Sentosa Island, Singapore Zoo, Singapore Botanic Garden, Marina Bay Sands, Tiger Balm Garden, and the Singapore Night Safari. With a picture-perfect skyline and city centre bustling with crowds of people, Singapore is one of the most popular travel destinations for a lot of reasons.

Things To Do In Singapore

1. Gardens by the Bay
A must-visit place in Singapore, Gardens by the Bay is a 101-hectare nature park and botanic garden. Home to almost 4,00,000 plants, it is famous for the awe-inspiring Supertree Groves, SkyWay, Flower Dome and the hypnotic Garden Rhapsody, the light and sound show.

2. Singapore Botanic Gardens
Singapore Botanic Gardens is the only tropical garden to feature as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The 82-hectare garden houses more than 10,000 species of flowering plants and trees. The prime attractions are the National Orchid Garden, and Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden.

3. Universal Studios
Universal Studios Singapore is a theme park located in Resorts World Sentosa. With 28 thrilling rides, exciting attractions, spectacular shows, and divided into seven fun zones, it is a must-visit place in Singapore.

4. The Singapore Zoo
Regarded as one of the best zoos in the world, the Singapore Zoo is famed for housing the largest captive colony of Orangutans in the world. Another major highlight is the Rainforest Kidzworld, a technicolour play area for the little ones.

5. National Orchid Garden
The National Orchid Garden of Singapore is home to the largest display of tropical orchids in the world/. It currently houses over 60,000 orchid plants, out of which 1000 are pure species and 2000 are hybrids.

6. SEA Aquarium
The South East Asia Aquarium or the SEA Aquarium is one of the largest aquariums in the world, home to more than 800 species of aquatic wildlife. The chief draw is the Open Ocean Tank - the world's largest viewing panel and the only aquarium in the world to house the giant oceanic manta ray.

7. Sands SkyPark At Marina Bay
Sands SkyPark is the observation deck located at the spectacular Marina Bay Sands. The humungous wooden deck lies atop the three hotel towers and seems to be floating above the city and all its skyscrapers. Situated on the 57th floor, Sands SkyPark provides a magnificent 360-degree bird's eye view of the entire city, all the way from the Marina South Pier to the Singapore Strait.

8. Sentosa Island
A tiny resort island off the southern coast of Singapore, Sentosa Island is home to themed attractions, sun-washed beaches, lush rainforests, amazing spas and some popular resort hotels. Packed with attractions, the tiny island is speckled with panoramic gardens including a butterfly garden, amusement parks, a breath-taking aquarium (Underwater World), beach clubs with live music, an ethnic village and the highlight of the island, a vast Merlion Statue.

9. Marina Bay Sands
Singapore's most iconic hotel, Marina Bay Sands is a resort complex, ranked as the world's most expensive standalone casino property. The 55-storey tower is home to the world's largest infinity pool and atrium casino. Other prime attractions include the Shoppes Mall, ArtScience Museum and Sands SkyPark.

10. The Night safari
World's first nocturnal zoo, Singapore Night Safari houses more than 130 species of animals. It uses open-concept enclosures or trams to take the visitors on a 45-minute commented tour of its nocturnal animals and habitats.

11. Jewel Changi Airport
Jewel Changi Airport is an entertainment and retail complex linked to Changi Airport, Singapore. The transportation hub is also a nature-themed shopping, dining, and recreational extravaganza with themes of Singaporean culture. This eco-infused multiplex’s centrepiece is the 131-foot-high Rain Vortex, the world’s largest indoor waterfall, amidst the tropical oasis of the Shiseido Forest Valley, featuring 61,000 trees.

12. Merlion Park
The picturesque Merlion Park is an iconic Singapore sight, housing two Merlion statues. Merlion is a mythical creature with the head of a lion and the body of a fish and is considered an icon of the Lion City.

13. Pulau Ubin
Pulau Ubin is a 10.2 square kilometre island lying northeast of Singapore. Translating to Granite Island in Malay, it is one of the last two kampongs of Singapore - a place where one can truly enjoy and experience Singapore for what it used to be. The main attraction is the Chek Jawa Wetlands.

14. Cloud Forest
The Cloud Forest Dome, housed in Gardens by the Bay, is a greenhouse-like structure, re-creating the tropical montane climate found between 1500m and 3000m. The centrepiece attraction is a 35m high mountain with the world's tallest indoor waterfall.

15. Singapore Flyer
Singapore Flyer is Asia's largest giant observation wheel. An iconic thing to see in Singapore, the stunning view from the flyer is best experienced at dusk - view the iconic attractions like Singapore River, Raffles Place, and Merlion Park lit up spectacularly at night.

16. Jurong Bird Park
Jurong Bird Park is Asia's largest bird park housing over 5000 birds from around 400 varied species. Spread across 20.2 hectares, the major highlight is the Waterfall Aviary - the world's largest walk-in aviary.

17. Singapore Cable Car
The Singapore Cable Car is a gondola lift that facilitates an aerial link from Mount Faber to Sentosa’s resort island. It affords a bird’s eye view of the main attractions of Singapore like Mount Faber, Harbourfront, Merlion, Sentosa Island and the Universal Studios Singapore.

18. Bike Tours in Singapore
Offering access to the city’s major tourist attractions and charming back lanes, bike tours allow you to explore Singapore relaxedly. Riding past the F1 Racetrack, Merlion, Singapore River, Fullerton Bay, Victoria Concert Hall, Lao Ba Sai, and Nicoll Highway is a great way to learn how this multiethnic city fits together. The colourful historical neighbourhoods like Chinatown, Kampong Glam, Little India, Tiong Bahru, and Bugis Street are also worth exploring on bikes.

19. National Gallery Singapore
The National Gallery Singapore is an art museum showcasing the world's largest collection of colonial and post-colonial Asian and Southeast Asian art. Housed in the iconic former Supreme Court Buildings and the City Hall, it is the largest museum and venue for the visual arts in Singapore.

20. Chinatown / Street Food in Singapore
One of the most popular neighbourhoods of Singapore, Chinatown is all about hustle bustle and authentic Chinese food and culture. Often blending Malay, Chinese and Indian flavours, Singapore’s street foods are cheap yet vibrantly delicious. Kaya toast, Hainanese chicken rice, wanton noodles, char kway teow, nasi lemak, paratha curry, carrot cake, and laksa soup are well-loved by locals and tourists alike. Hawker centres like Chinatown Market, Maxwell Food Centre, Tiong Bahru Market and Little India are great for grabbing bak chor mee, prawn mee, satay, oyster and cakes, biryani, rojak, and sweets.

21. Cruise Tours in Singapore
Sailing the ocean and Singapore River that meanders through the city offers incredible views and experiences. Royal Caribbean is Asia's largest ship, featuring week-long vacation cruises past Singapore’s wonders. Romantic half and full-day sails, overnight stays and dinner party cruises are provided by Genting Dream Cruise, Symphony of the Seas Cruises, and luxury superyacht rentals starting at SGD 1,644. Dolphin-sighting cruises to Sentosa and Coney Islands are also popular among families.

22. National Museum
Home to a myriad of historical artefacts and exhibits, the National Museum of Singapore boasts of being the country’s oldest museum. The Singapore History Gallery is the chief attraction depicting Singapore's past through stories.

23. East Coast Park
East Coast Park is a 15km long stretch of seafront park, nestled along the southeastern coast of Singapore. Spread across 185 hectares of reclaimed land, it is a much-loved spot among the locals who flock here to windsurf, swim, kayak, picnic, swim, barbecue, bicycle, skateboard and eat.

24. OCBC Skyway
OCBC Skyway, located at the famous Gardens by the Bay in Singapore, is a 128-metre long aerial walkway connecting six Supertrees at the Supertree Grove. Situated at a height of 22-metres, with mesmerizing, panoramic views of and beyond the beauty of the Gardens by the Bay and the Marina Bay skyline that encompasses the area, the OCBC Skyway is one of the most ideal places to find peace and tranquillity. The stunning OCBC Skyway is the ideal place to witness the gob-smacking Garden Rhapsody (light and sound show) in all its glory.

25. Haw Par Villa
Formerly known as the Tiger Balm Garden, Haw Par Villa is an Asian culture theme park and Singapore's largest outdoor art gallery. Claimed to be the last of its kind in the world, this repository of Asian folklore and myths is famous for depicting the "Ten Courts of Hell" from Chinese folklore.

26. Buddha Tooth Relic Temple
The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple is a Chinese Buddhist Temple in Chinatown, Singapore. The five-storey temple is famed worldwide for storing the left canine tooth of Lord Buddha, recovered from his funeral pyre in Kushinagar, India.

27. Madame Tussauds
Madame Tussauds Singapore is the branch of the popular Madame Tussauds wax museum based out of London. Ite has life-like wax statues of notable personalities and global icons in the fields of art, music, movies, sports, and politics.

28. Little India
Little India is an ethnic neighbourhood of Singapore - a major hub of the Singaporean Indian community. Commonly known as "Tekka", the historic centre is known for the vibrant culture, buzzing nightlife, binge-worthy street food and world-class shopping.

29. Lazarus Island
One of Singapore's best-kept secrets, the Lazarus Island is nestled south of mainland Singapore. With its breathtakingly beautiful surroundings, the beach is a perfect sandy affair and an ideal spot to soak in the rays and have a picnic.

30. ArtScience Museum
The ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay is a premier exhibition space featuring touring exhibitions from art and science. One of the quirkiest buildings and things to see in Singapore, it houses ever-changing themes and displays across its 21 gallery spaces.

31. The Helix Bridge
Connecting Marina Central to Marina South lays the gorgeous Helix Bridge. Popularly known as "The Helix", it is a pedestrian bridge linking the city's existing CBD area with the newly developed Bayfront district. The stunning edifice shines dazzlingly at night by ribbons of LED lighting, turning it into a popular tourist attraction.

32. Arab Street
Arab Street is a neighbourhood in the Malay-Muslim Quarter of Singapore. It is known for its eclectic mix of exotic stores selling crafts, accessories, textiles, and home furnishing from the Middle East. The famous Sultan Mosque is also located here.

33. Orchard Road
One of the main shopping street of Singapore, Orchard Road is 2.2 kilometre long upscale shopping destination. Famous for luxury retail shopping experience, it is home to internationally renowned stores, coffeehouses and restaurants.

34. Mount Faber Park
One of the most popular sightseeing destinations in Singapore, Mount Faber Park is a hill rising up to a height o 94 meters and located within the Bukit Merah town. Overlooking the region of Telok Blangah, its peak can be accessed via the Mount Faber Road or the Morse Road but there are numerous trails leading right up to the top that has the adventurous tourists walk up the hill.

35. Clarke Quay
The Clarke Quay is a popular riverside quay in Singapore flanked by stylish restaurants, and high-end boutiques. Also lined up along the river are buzzing nightclubs, river cruise bumboats and floating cafes that make the place Singapore's major wining and dining area.

36. Siloso Beach
The Siloso Beach is renowned for being the hippiest of the three beaches of Sentosa Island. Home to some of the best bars and restaurants in the area, it is ideal for people who love the sun and the sand. Siloso Beach is well known for its outdoor activities as well, especially beach volleyball.

37. The Raffles Hotel
One of the most famous and iconic hotels in Singapore, the Raffles Hotel is on the top of almost every visitor’s to-visit list in Singapore. Located in the Colonial District of Singapore, it is claimed to be one of the world's last majestic 19th century hotels.

38. Asian Civilisations Museum
Ranked as one of the top museums in Asia, the Asian Civilisations Museum displays artefacts and relics depicting the cultures and civilisations of Asia. There are over 2000 artefacts spread across seven galleries on three levels.

39. Sri Mariamman Temple
The oldest temple in Singapore, Sri Mariamman Temple is located in Chinatown. The exquisite temple is dedicated to Goddess Mariamman, a Hindu deity known for curing illness, disease and epidemics. The ornate and elaborate detailing of the gopuram (tower) above the entrance is a sight to behold.

40. Changi Chapel and Museum
Narrating the story of Japanese occupation of Singapore, the Changi Chapel and Museum is dedicated to Singapore's history during World War II. It houses the photographs, personal objects, letters of more than 50,000 civilians and soldiers in Changi Prison. 

41. Fort Canning Park
The Fort Canning Park is a historic landmark in Singapore having witnessed major historical milestones. Formerly known as the "Forbidden Hill", it houses 9 historical gardens and is a popular spot for hiking and artistic activity.

42. Southern Ridges
The Southern Ridges Trail is a 10-kilometre hiking route in southern Singapore. One of the most picturesque natural walks of the Lion City, the Southern Ridges Trail offers stunning views of the skyline waterfront and a stroll across fascinating natural and architectural marvels. Spread across four havens of exotic flowering plants and tropical animals – Mount Faber Park, Telok Blangah Hill Park, HortPark, and Kent Ridge Park, Southern Ridges also consists of the country’s highest pedestrian bridge, suspended at a height of 36 metres across two hills.

43. Formula 1 Grand Prix
The Singapore Grand Prix is an annual night race held at Marina Bay Street Circuit. A part of the Formula 1 World Championship, it is a great attraction for adventure junkies, motorheads, and racers. The races are spread over three days, with multiple practice sessions and qualifiers.

44. MacRitchie Nature Trail
Once in a while, we all need a quick getaway, an escape from the hustle bustle of our everyday lives, even if it is just for an hour or two. MacRitchie Nature Trail provides just the solace that you seek in a busy city like Singapore. Situated in MacRitchie Reservoir Park along Lornie Road since 1867, the lush nature trail is an escape to pristine waters and a dense, secondary forest in the heart of the city.

45. Bukit Batok Nature Park
The Bukit Batok Nature Park (BBNP) is a quiet, serene park near the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve. The major highlight of the lush park is the quarry-turned-pond located right at the entrance. The 36-hectare park is perfect for jogging, walking or biking on the trails surrounded by the lush green beauty of the secondary forest. Many also prefer exercising at Bukit Batok Nature Park as it contains fitness areas and many bike trails of varying difficulty.

46. Esplanade - Theatres On The Bay
The Esplanade is a performing arts centre near the Marina Bay that focuses on international artists and has hosted over 37,000 shows. It is a 60,000 square meter expanse dedicated just to theatre and arts. Situated right at the mouth of the Singapore River, it got its name from the Esplanade Park, in which Theatres by the bay is located. The Esplanade stages new shows every few months and believe in providing opportunities to emerging artists and practitioners. In addition, the in-house programming team presents over 14 festivals and 20 ongoing series throughout the year.

47. Singapore River
The Singapore River is a major waterway that runs through the city of Singapore. A favourite nightlife district and tourist hotspot, the area around the river is abuzz with the excitement of buzzing bars, eclectic eateries, and charged clubs spread across Robertson Quay, Boat Quay, and Clarke Quay. The 3.2 kilometre-long river snakes through the middle of the city, passing through Old Singapore - with Victorian-era buildings and small communities - in the north, and the Central Business District with its swanky new buildings and complexes in the south.

48. VivoCity
VivoCity, the largest shopping mall in Singapore, is located at HarbourFront (close to the HarbourFrount MRT station). It is one of those very few shopping complexes that is famed for its open space. VivoCity also houses a large outdoor kid's playground on level two, along with a rooftop 'Skypark'.

49. Supertree Grove
Nestled in Gardens by the Bay of Sentosa Island, the Supertree Grove are artificially made, electronic tree structures. These trees are multifunctional that act as canopies and shade the area during the day and metamorphose into a dazzling exhibit of sound and light at night. These 18 steel-clad concrete structures, measuring between 25 and 50 metres tall, are adorned with around 162,900 plants. The vertical gardens come alive each night with the stunning Garden Rhapsody, a light and sound show.

50. Fountain of Wealth
One of Singapore's iconic sights, the Fountain of Wealth is the largest fountain in the world (listed in the Guinness Book of Records), located at Suntec City - one of Singapore's largest shopping malls. Towering at 13.8 metres, the Fountain of Wealth is built in accordance with the principles of Feng Shui, symbolizing wealth and life. The huge 66m bronze ring of the fountain is a symbol of oneness in spirit as well as the solidarity, equality and goodwill which exists between all races and religions in Singapore. The inward flowing water of symbolizes the retention of wealth in Suntec City.

51. St John's Island
St. John's Island is a stunning island known for its chequered past and the former prison feel, located approximately 6.5 km south off of the main island of Singapore. The mesmerising sight is visited for the small patch of mangrove trees and turquoise water beaches used by the families for picnicking. It is also frequented for a spot of fishing. This, as well as its closeness to the main island, has made St. John's Island an ideal day trip from Singapore.

52. Flower Dome Conservatory
Immerse yourself in the beauty and diversity of plants and flowers from all around the globe under a single roof at Singapore's Flower Dome. The largest glass greenhouse in the world, Flower Dome is one of the two breathtakingly beautiful conservatories of Gardens by the Bay (the other being, "Cloud Forest"). The temperature and humidity levels inside have been regulated to replicate the cool-dry climatic conditions of the Mediterranean and different arid tropical climates such as those in Australia, South America and South Africa. With an area of around 1.2 hectares, the flower dome conservatory constitutes a total of eight gardens- Olive Grove, Californian Garden, Mediterranean Garden, South American Garden, South African Garden, Australian Garden, the Baobabs and the Succulent Garden. An awe-inspiring field of flowers is present right in the centre of the conservatory.

53. Chinatown Heritage Centre
Serving as a gateway into the rich history of the bustling neighbourhood of Singapore's Chinatown, Chinatown Heritage Centre is a group of restored shophouses that exhibits the furniture, artefacts and living arrangements of early Chinese settlers. Spread across six galleries, the heritage centre houses an extensive collection of photographs and paraphernalia dating as far back as 1819, depicting the daily lives of early Chinese immigrants who risked their lives to arrive in a new city, in search of a better life, after a long and perilous journey.

54. Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom
Established as an outdoor conservatory, the Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom is located at Imbiah on the Sentosa Island of Singapore and is home to more than fifty varieties of butterflies, beetles, macaws and a plethora of colourful insects.

55. The Battle Box
The Battlebox is a war bunker dating back to World War II, now converted into a museum. Located at Fort Canning Hill, this former bomb-proof command centre/shelter is regarded as one of the prime touristic spots in Singapore, also known as Fort Canning Bunker. It was inside the walls of Battlebox that the British decided to surrender Singapore to the Japanese. Now, the Battlebox museum unveils true causes that led to the disastrous and largest capitulation in British History.

56. MacRitchie Reservoir
Positioned at 181 Lornie Road, the MacRitchie Reservoir Park forms a part of the water catchment system of Singapore and is a Mecca for nature admirers as well as sports fanatics. Covering an area of 12 hectares, the park is a hidden gem located coyly amidst pristine surroundings and offering a respite to the Singaporeans who treasure it immensely. Since MacRitchie Reservoir is situated close to the city centre, it is a favourite spot where one can indulge in a variety of activities like bird watching, kayaking, canoeing and hiking as well.

57. Marina Barrage
Marina Barrage is both a flood-control rooftop dam and a stunning park with a gob-smacking skyline view of Singapore, located at the southern tip of the main island, and a short walk away from Gardens by the Bay. Although its primary function serves as a dam, Marina Barrage is rather popular for recreation on its green, roof-top expanse which is always scattered with local flying flashy kites.

58. Bukit Timah Nature Reserve
Home to around 40% of the native flora and fauna of Singapore, the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve is one of the two ASEAN Heritage Parks in Singapore. This 400-acre natural wonderland, considered one of the largest remaining rainforests of the country, is found on Bukit Timah Hill, the tallest hill of Singapore. Established in 1883 as a forest reserve, the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve is the perfect place for tourists to see the natural ecology of a humid, equatorial region such as Singapore, with its pristine charm preserved and maintained by the authorities.

59. Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve
Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve is a Heritage Park at Kranji Way in Northern Singapore. Located at the banks of the Buloh River, this is Singapore’s first ASEAN Heritage Park that boasts of a stunning diversity of flora and fauna spread across a 202-hectare wetland and mangrove ecosystem. With more than 230 bird species – including significant migratory populations, thousands of plant varieties and exotic animals, Sungei Buloh is a great place to learn about the bounty and conservation of nature.

60. Fort Siloso
Fort Siloso is Singapore's only preserved coastal fort converted into a military museum containing World War II memorabilia like guns, remains of fortified military structures and tunnels. The main attraction of Fort Siloso is the Skywalk. Eleven storeys high, it provides visitors with a magnificent panoramic view of the surrounding landscape.

61. Peranakan Museum
The first of its kind in the world, the Peranakan Museum is devoted to exploring the Pernankan cultures present in Singapore, the former Straits Settlements in Malacca and Penang, and other regions of Southeast Asia that are home to the Peranakan community. Housed in the iconic Old Tao Nan School Building, this classic museum once acted as an extended wing of the famous Asian Civilisations Museum which used to be located here, and is currently a sister museum to the same, specialising in tracing the origins and development of Peranakan culture.

62. Armenian Church
The Armenian Church of Saint Gregory the Illuminator is the oldest Church in Singapore, locally referred to as the Armenian Church. It is located in a quiet place in the Hill Street vicinity and is one of the masterpieces of the Irish architect, George D Coleman. The Armenian community of Singapore regard this place as their spiritual abode, and the church now serves as a beautiful venue for couples to tie their knot in holy matrimony. The grand edifice is built in a British-neoclassical inspired architecture. This tranquil church is always a good option for an evening stroll.

63. Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery
The Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery is Singapore's largest Buddhist temple, sitting on 75,470 square meters of land. Built by Zhuan Dao in the early 20th century, this temple is located in Bishan and is considered to be a very sacred place by the Buddhists. The monastery is famed for housing one of Asia's largest Buddhist statues, located in the Hall of No Form. Made of bronze, this marvel is 13.8 meters tall and weighs 55 tonnes. Kong Meng San Phor Kark See is a must-visit for people interested in Buddhism and those wanting to learn more about the teachings of Buddha. 

64. Kusu Island
Part of the southern islands, Kusu Island is a pristine island just 5.6 km to the south of the main island of Singapore. The pristine island is famous for its clear blue waters and a breathtaking view from the beaches. It also has a very rich history from which it also derives its name as Kusu means turtle or tortoise in Chinese. As Kusu Island is just a short distance from the mainland, it is extremely famous amongst the locals and is a place visited by many who wish to spend the day in complete relaxation that is attained by the calm atmosphere of the island. It can also be entirely covered by walking from end to end in 20 minutes.

65. Palawan Beach
The gorgeous Palawan Beach on Sentosa Island is one of the best family beaches in Singapore with fine white sand, the clear blue water and the warm, cosy atmosphere. Out of the three beaches in Sentosa - Siloso, Tanjong and Palawan - the latter is often considered to be the most relaxing and is the only one that is kid-friendly.

66. Tanjong Beach
Revered for its white sandy shoreline, the man-made Tanjong Beach is nestled pristinely on Sentosa Island of Singapore. It is less crowded as compared to the other two touristic beaches on Sentosa, and attracts people who come here to take a break from the chaotic life of the city.

67. Lau Pa Sat
Located at 18 Raffles Quay, Lau Pa Sat is a popular hawker centre, and what can be called as Singapore's version of the food court. Recognised as a national monument in 1973, this iconic landmark of Singapore metamorphoses food, architecture and history together. Also known as the Telok Ayer Market, Lau Pa Sat sees numerous footfalls from gastronomes all over the world.

68. Singapore Art Museum
The Singapore Art Museum (also called SAM) specialises in international contemporary art practices with an emphasis laid on Singapore and South-East Asia. The museum is conveniently situated in the heart of the city of Singapore. Previously known as Fine-Art museum, SAM aims to breathe art into life. They plan on having a stimulating space to think, feel, experience and imagine. The museum is housed in a restored 19th-century old school that adds to the vibes of its antiquity and contemporary atmosphere. SAM is home to some of the ancient classic and modern international art. It also collaborates with contemporary international museums of its like to curate and hosts contemporary exhibitions.

69. Science Centre
Science Centre Singapore, located in Jurong East, is a scientific institution having around a thousand exhibits spread over fourteen exhibition galleries. Formerly known as the Singapore Science Centre, this geeky science museum houses the largest collection of educational material related to science in the Lion City.

70. Civilian War Memorial
The Civilian War Memorial is a monument dedicated to the civilians that lost their lives during World War II. Located within War Memorial Park at Beach Road in Singapore’s Central Area, this memorial is a sombre reminder of the perils of the Japanese Occupation in the country and is a symbol of hope for post-war Singapore. The monument is an iconic heritage landmark in the Lion City today, frequented by locals and tourists alike.

71. Sultan Mosque
Majestically standing in the historic district of Kampong Glam, the Sultan Mosque (Masjid Sultan) is Singapore's largest mosque and focal point of the Muslim community in the Lion City. Seemingly pulled out of the Arabian Nights, the enchanting mosque is constructed in the Indo-Saracenic style, the highlight being the huge prayer hall topped by a shimmering golden dome. Both regarding its glorious appearance, and the sheer size, the Sultan Mosque is a must-visit if one is in the Kampong Glam district.

72. Raffles Place
Raffles Place is a commercial space located at the south of Singapore River. Known as the heart of Singapore’s Financial District, Raffles Place is occupied with skyscrapers like the UOB Plaza which is known to hold exhibitions, Change Alley where travellers can get their currency changed, and the Lau Pa Sat from where one can buy art and craft items and enjoy some cultural performances.

73. Suntec City
Suntec City is a commercial hub and shopping complex situated in Marina Centre. It houses a mall (one of the largest), an international exhibition and convention centre, a movie theatre along with a video arcade. Located at the centre of this humdrum is the famous "Fountain of Wealth" - the world's largest fountain.

74. Wings Of Time
Wings of Time is a permanent outdoor light show at Siloso Beach. This award-winning show is a magical spectacle of pyrotechnics, robotic water fountains, a thrilling soundtrack, lasers, and a compelling storyline.

75. Chek Jawa
Tanjung Chek Jawa, usually known as Chek Jawa, is an extensive wetland measuring 100 hectares, located to the South East of the Pulau Ubin island near the main island of Singapore. It is a vibrant mix of 6 diverse habitats, making it one of the richest ecosystems across the world. The visitors are amazed to find sandy and rock-filled beaches in close conjunction to a coral & seagrass lagoon as well as mangrove and coastal forests. Chek Jawa is one of the most popular sightseeing spots in Singapore, especially for nature lovers, bird watchers and international tourists.

76. Sri Vadapathira Kaliamman Temple
Sri Vadapathira Kaliamman Temple is a Hindu Temple located on 555 Serangoon Road of Little India. It is dedicated to Vadapathira and Kaliamman deities, the female counterpart to the Brihadeeswarar Temple located in Thanjavur of the Indian state of Tamil Nadu.

77. Sri Sivan Temple
Situated at the Geylang Avenue in Singapore, the stupendous Sri Sivan Temple is a place of worship of the Hindu God, Lord Shiva, the presiding deity of the temple. This magnificent temple can very well be considered as a modern structure, with the fusion of both South and North Indian architectural influences adding to the aura of this holy place. There are six main prayers held here on a daily basis, and the temple has a specific time for the performance of the same.

78. iFly
iFly Singapore is an indoor skydiving simulation venue near Siloso Beach Station. A franchise of the popular SkyVenture, iFly offers authentic free-falling simulations within an indoor wind tunnel, featuring a thrilling 90-second drop.

79. Dairy Farm Nature Park
The Dairy Farm Nature Park is a magnificent nature park located in the Upper Bukit Timah area of Singapore. Spread across a thriving 63-hectare land, it is famous for nature trails, hiking, and the quarry. At the south-western end of the park lies the Singapore Quarry, a relaxing wetland and picturesque spot, serving as a prime spot for freshwater flora and fauna including the critically endangered little grebe bird. Gain knowledge about the changing landscape of the dairy farm and explore the wonders of nature through varied exhibits at the Dairy Farm Nature Park.


How To Reach Singapore

The best way to travel to Singapore from India is through flight. The classy Changi Airport of Singapore is well connected to India through regular flights from various cities. Some of the major airlines that connect the two countries include Singapore Airlines, Air India, Tiger Airways, Jet Airways and Air India Express. The journey is 6-8 hours long depending upon number of halts in between.

Religion of Singapore 

Being a multi-religious country, Singapore does not have a state-regulated religion which the citizens are supposed to follow. It is home to 10 religions, out of which Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam and Christianity are the primary religions, while Zoroastrianism, Judaism, Sikhism, Jainism and others form the minority cluster. The Lion City is the ultimate melting pot, with the locals celebrating all festivals pompously, irrespective of the religion they follow. 

Language of Singapore 

There are four official languages of Singapore: English, Malay, Mandarin Chinese and Tamil. Yes, Singapore language is as diverse and multi-cultural as its people! English is the most widely spoken language (primarily by the population below the age of 50), and the medium of instructions in school. English is also the language of business and government in Singapore, based on British English. 

A unique and widely spoken language in Singapore is the Singlish. It is primarily the colloquial form of English, having a distinct accent, and ignoring the basic standards of English grammar. Having a jumble of local slang and expressions of various languages and dialects of Singapore, speaking in Singlish is seen as a mark of being truly local! 

The major portion of the literate population in Singapore is bilingual, with English and Mandarin being most commonly spoken. Interestingly, all the schools in the city teach the language of the child's parentage, along with English, to ensure the child stay in touch with the traditional roots.

Currency in Singapore 

Singapore's unit of currency is the Singapore Dollar (SGD), locally referred to as the 'Singdollar'. It is made up of 100 cents using coins of 5, 10, 20 and 50 cents, along with notes in the denomination of SGD 2, 5, 10 and 50, 100, 500 and 1000. 

Cards: Almost all the major credit card brands are widely accepted in Singapore including Visa and MasterCard (although a 3 % surcharge may be charged by some shops, taxis may charge up to 15 %).
Traveller's cheques are usually not accepted, however, can be cashed at most of the exchange booths.
EZ-Link and Nets Flash Pay cards are valid in case of some convenience stores and fast-food chains.

ATMs: ATMs are widely available at banks, malls, MRT stations and commercial areas.

Best Time To Visit

July-September:While tourists visit throughout the year, the festive season is a great time to explore the many facets of Singapore, especially around July when the Great Singapore Sale and the Singapore Food Festival take place. Feb-April: The months between the summers and winters are quite pleasant.

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