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Take a small ship cruise to the beautiful island nation of Singapore, which includes 58 small islands located less than a hundred miles from the equator in the south of Malaysia. The advantage of a small ship cruise is that you'll get to access small islands, ports, and beaches that aren't accessible on a larger vessel. Take a tour through the Cloud Forest, the National Orchid Garden, or get to know Asian wildlife at the massive Singapore Zoo. Singapore also has Universal Studios, an amusement park, which can be a lot of fun for the whole family! Consider cruising the Riau Archipelago with Adventure Life to have a stress free vacation as all the planning and details are taken care of by our travel specialists. Contact our travel specialists if you're interested in a stress-free trip through Singapore.
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Take a look at our must-see sites during Singapore tours and cruises, as selected by our specialists just for you.
  • Marina Bay Sands. The Marina Bay Sands resort complex comprises a luxury hotel, a mall with a canal, the ArtScience Museum, and the Skypark Observation Deck. The hotel's Skypark viewing deck and infinity pool are in a ship. Marina Bay Sands embodies Singapore's style and standing as a significant Southeast Asian city.
  • Merlion Park is where to start your Singapore adventure. The iconic half-fish half-lion monument offers a 360-degree perspective of Marina Bay's skyline and notable structures.
  • Gardens By the Bay. A man-made wonder that helps the city stand out. The Gardens by the Bay were developed to turn Singapore into a "Garden City" with 25 man-made Supertrees and two biodomes.
  • Sentosa Island. Resorts World Singapore, the Wings of Time performance, and the Sentosa Merlion are just some of the attractions on Sentosa Island, which has been dubbed Asia's Playground. There are also three beaches, a wave house, the S.E.A. Aquarium, and a variety of intriguing sites to visit.
  • Night Safari. Visitors who prefer nighttime should check out Night Safari, where nocturnal animals are on show. More than one million visitors a year have taken a tram ride across seven of the world's geographical regions since it opened in 1984 as one of Singapore's top attractions.
  • Orchard Road. Singapore is a world-class city for style and designer flair, so shopping is a must. The Orchard Road area has high-end stores on every corner. 22 malls and 6 department stores in one neighborhood? No surprise. There are four movie theaters, including an IMAX, and a KTV.
Is Singapore worth visiting?

Singapore has been referred to as a playground for the wealthy, and the little city-state indeed exudes an aura of riches. The city has more to offer than high-end shopping malls, luxury hotels, and fine dining. Singapore is distinct from its neighbors since it is one of the most culturally and religiously diverse countries in the world. Visitors can sample cuisines from all around the world and visit a wide variety of religious institutions. Singapore trips also means visiting one of the world's most cleanest and family-friendly cities.


 
Best Time to Visit Singapore
Peak months: June, July, & Feb
Off-peak months: Aug-Nov
Shoulder months: Dec-Jan & March-May

Singapore is a year-round destination, but December to June are the best months to visit. From February through April, Singapore experiences its driest weather, lowest humidity, and most sunshine during its dry season. The months of July and August are the least busy for tourists in the country, so take advantage of the lower prices.

Singapore Travel FAQs

Is Singapore a city or a country?

the Republic of Singapore is the sovereign country-island while Singapore is also a city in the sense that there's only one city on the island.

Is Singapore part of China?

No, but a majority of people living in Singapore are Chinese and Singapore still has unofficial relations with China (specifically military & economic)

What is Singapore known for?

It's extremely clean streets, opulent displays of both individual and the country's wealth, a lot of businessmen, and the various islands that surround it.

Is Singapore safe?

Singapore is an extremely safe city: one of the most safe in the world.

Is Singapore expensive? 

Singapore certainly isn't cheap but it isn't extremely expensive. Generally, the food & other domestic (or imported from China) products are pretty inexpensive while imported products and hotels are a bit more expensive.

Do I need a visa for Singapore?

If you're traveling as a tourist for 90 days or less, you do not need a visa. Otherwise you do.

Do they speak English in Singapore?

Singapore has a lot of official languages including English, Mandarin Chinese, Tamil, and Malay. All of these languages are spoken interchangeably, usually depending on a person's social status, so you should be able to speak to quite a few people in English.

What is the weather in Singapore like?

For the most part in Singapore it's hot & humid, so bring shorts and tee-shirts.

What is the main religion in Singapore?

In order of popularity the main religions are Buddhism/Taoism, Hinduism, and Christianity. There are many other sub-religions within these religions like Sikhism, Judaism, Zoroastrianism, Baha'l, and Jainism are the most prominent internationally recognized ones.
 

Is it safe to drink tap water in Singapore?

Yes, the tap water is safe to drink.

Do they use Uber in Singapore?

No, around 2018 a company called Grab bought Uber in Southeastern Asia and since then Grab has been the top transportation app throughout that region. Don't worry though, Grab is essentially the same thing and can be used in English.
 

Should I purchase travel insurance?

Although Singapore isn't dangerous or sketchy, you should definitely purchase travel insurance. What if you leave your bag in your hotel? Or if your flight gets canceled? Or what if it rains all over the Gucci shoes you just bought? Travel insurance is a small price for a lot of possible savings and Adventure Life makes it easy through our partner, TravelGuard, on our Once You're Booked page. Additionally, having travel insurance will make your trip all the more stress-free because if something goes wrong: you're prepared.

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