Famously known as the Garden City, Singapore is one of the small city-states in Southeast Asia that has gained worldwide attention for its cleanliness and safety. Apart from strict rules, this country is famous for holidays and honeymoons destinations.
Places to visit:
➢ Visit Universal Studios
➢ Visit Singapore Zoo
➢ Visit Gardens by the Bay
➢ Visit Singapore Flyer
➢ Visit Clarke Quay
How to Reach Singapore
Singapore is a developed city with a developed mode of transportation. Tourists can visit this city-state via air, water, road and train. The Changi Airport is an international airport which operates flights to major countries through world-class airlines. Tourists can have luxury experience through cruises and luxury trains as well that run from Malaysia. Inter-city transportation services are well-developed and easily accessible.
How to reach Singapore by Air
Singapore is well connected to India through airways. Changi Airport is the prime airport to all international routes and operates regular flights to and from India. Voted as the best in hospitality, this airport is equipped with world class facilities: gym, relaxing lounges and gardens. Singapore Airlines, Tiger Airways, Jet Airways, Air India and Air India Express offer comfortable transportation. Non-stop flights take at least 6-8 hours while flights having halts can extend to 24 hours. Flights between the months of July and August are costly as well as during the occasions of Christmas and Chinese New Year.
Nearest Airport : Singapore Airport, Singapore
How to reach Singapore by Rail
Rail lines are well connected from Singapore to Malaysia, Johor Bahru and Kuala Lumpur with an
extending route to Bangkok.
How to reach Singapore by Road
Travel by road from Malaysia to Singapore is through two major causeways that link Johor Bahru as well. Specially licensed taxis and rented cars are available for easier travel.
How to reach Singapore by Water
Being a tourist famed island nation, Singapore holds the base for a number of cruises across Southeast Asia. It caters regular cruise and ferry services to the islands of Malaysia and Indonesia.