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Holidays in Singapore

Head to an Exotic Island Destination with Holidays to Singapore

Esplanade, Singapore

Singapore - A Stunning Island off the Southern Tip of Malaysia

Singapore holidays are recommended for anyone looking to try something new and sample one of the world’s most culturally diverse destinations. With plenty of sightseeing spots and a tropical climate, make sure you do not miss out on a holiday in Singapore.

Singapore is an ideal destination for those looking to explore one of the world’s most vibrant island destinations. The diverse mix of cultures is one of the reasons why so many people choose to enjoy holidays to Singapore with Chinese, Indian and Malay influences all around the island. Situated just off the southern tip of Malaysia, the island has evolved from a small fishing port to one of the biggest Asian holiday destinations. Singapore’s landscape has changed considerable over the years with skyscrapers that tower over the cities standing next to buildings that still reflect the traditional Singapore architecture. Singapore holidays are perfect for those looking to sample a wide range of exciting cultural events with a packed calendar full of celebrations and festivals. Accommodation is varied with something to satisfy all holiday budgets. There are Singapore hotels ranging from 1-5*, offering everything from basic to luxury facilities. Those looking for something more private can take their pick from a wide range of fantastic apartments and holiday villas. Package holidays to Singapore are especially popular with many hotels offering the full range of board options. Families will appreciate the great value all inclusive option whereas younger travellers may prefer to take advantage of the self catered package.

There are plenty of sports and leisure facilities to enjoy during your Singapore holiday along with hundreds of great excursion opportunities to some of the islands most fascinating spots. With so much on offer it is no surprise that Singapore attracts travellers of all ages, and budgets! If you are looking to experience a unique Asian destination this year, why not consider booking your escape to Singapore.

Singapore - Sightseeing and Attractions

Singapore holiday attractions reflect the diversity of this exciting destination. The island itself is split into separate districts including Little India, the Arab district and Chinatown. Each of these very distinct regions showcase the traditional aspects of the culture and are fantastic places to explore during your holiday in Singapore. In contrast, the larger cities offer visitors an insight into the modern evolution of this once quiet island.

There are plenty of shopping, dining and nightlife options to choose from alongside a wide range of family-friendly attractions. The Botanical Gardens and the Singapore Zoo are just two of the most popular spots to visit during a holiday to Singapore; nature lovers can also take a trip to the fantastic Jurong Bird Park. Although a hotel may seem a strange addition to a sightseeing itinerary, the Raffles Hotel in Singapore is one of the most spectacular sights on the island. The grand Victorian front attracts tourists to the hotel every year looking to experience the building that inspired writers such as Rudyard Kipling and Joseph Conrad. Sentosa Island is another great spot to visit especially for those with younger children. The island has been transformed into a theme park and is one of the most popular attractions in Singapore. Visitors to Sentosa can choose to stay overnight in one of they wish, a popular option as there are so many exciting rides to try out!

Singapore holidays would not be the same without taking the time to explore some of the many museums around the island. The Changi Museum is one of the most fascinating places to visit and allows visitors to learn more about the events that took place during WWII. Shopping is a popular pastime, especially for those looking to pick up some bargains during their holidays. Singapore is home to a massive sale that takes place in the early summer months, tourists can take advantage of the significantly lower prices on everything from electronics to jewellery.

Singapore - Nightlife and Cuisine

Singapore holidays are ideal for those looking to sample cuisine that has been influenced by countries from all around the world. The island has been described as a melting pot of cultures and nowhere is this more evident as when you visit an authentic Singapore restaurant. The signature dishes combine aspects of Chinese, Malaysian and Indian flavours to create some absolutely mouth-watering delicacies. Whether you choose to head to one of the cities for a fine dining experience or simply pick up a snack from one of the street markets, you will definitely end up going back for more! Those looking for something more familiar will be able to find international restaurants including all of the usual fast food eateries. Those wishing to sample the nightlife during a holiday in Singapore will not be disappointed as the island offers something for everyone. There are specific districts that offer a vibrant nightlife including Chinatown and the popular Mohammed Sultan Road. Along with bars and nightclubs there are plenty of intimate wine bars and karaoke venues. One of the most unique aspects of Singapore nightlife is the famous midnight supper; there are plenty of restaurants that stay open until the early hours of the morning for visitors to sample one of the island traditions during their Singapore holiday.

Singapore - Weather and Climate

Holidays in Singapore are perfect for travellers looking to explore a diverse island whilst enjoying a tropical climate. Singapore is typically hot and humid all year round which makes it one of the most popular winter sun holiday destinations. There is hardly any variation in the temperature throughout the year and visitors are advised to check that their Singapore hotel has air conditioning before booking! One of the key factors when deciding to enjoy a Singapore break is that the island is prone to heavy rainfall, at any point throughout the year. Those looking to visit the island are recommended to pack an umbrella, just in case.

Where is Singapore?

Take a look at this map of Singapore before you go. Click to view an interactive version.

Map of Singapore
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