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Singapore Travel Guide

Places to Visit

China Town

Little India

Parliament House

Tour Packages

People

Business Hours

Currency

Foreign Exchange

Credit/Charge Cards

Electricity

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Singapore Vacation Packages

SUGGESTED SINGAPORE VACATION PACKAGES

SINGAPORE/ CRUISE SSV/ SINGAPORE
6 DAYS / 5 NIGHTS
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» PATTAYA - BANGKOK - SINGAPORE - KUALA LUMPUR
10 DAYS / 9 NIGHTS
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SINGAPORE/ CRUISE SUPERSTAR VIRGO/ SINGAPORE/ GENTING/ KUALA LUMPUR
11 DAYS / 10 NIGHTS
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» SINGAPORE/ KUALA LUMPUR/ GENTING/ BANGKOK/ PATTAYA
11 DAYS / 10 NIGHTS
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» BANGKOK - PATTAYA - SINGAPORE (CWT-02)
2 Nights Bangkok + 2 Nights Pattaya + 3 Nights Singapore+ Airfare+ sight Seeing + Transfer +Taxes+ Visa
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» BANGKOK - SINGAPORE+ CRUISE (CWT-03)
2 Nights in Bangkok + 2 Nights Pattaya+ 2 nights Singapore+ 2 night cruise+ Airfare + sight seeing+ Transfer+ Taxes +Visa

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» BANGKOK --PATTAYA-KUALA LUMPUR-SINGAPORE(CWT-04)
2 Nights in Bangkok + 3 Nights Pattaya+ 3Nights Kuala Lumpur+ 3 Nights Singapore+ Airfare + Sight seeing + Transfers+ Taxes+ Visa Tour

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» SINGAPORE
4 Nights in Singapore
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» SINGAPORE - KUALA LUMPUR
4 Nights in Singapore and 2 Nights in Kuala Lumpur
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» SINGAPORE (CWT-12)
4 Nights in Singapore+ Air fare + Sight seeing + Transfer+ Taxes+ Visa
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»SINGAPORE- CRUISE-BANGKOK-PATTAYA (CWT-03)
2 Nights in Bangkok + 2Night Pattaya+ 2Night Singapore+ 2 night cruise+ Airfare + sight seeing+ Transfer+ Taxes +Visa
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» SINGAPORE-HONGKONG-BANGKOK-PATTAYA (CWT-12)
3 Nights Hong Kong + 2 Nights Bangkok+ 2 Nights Pattaya+ 4 Nights Singapore+ Airfare + Sightseeing + Transfer+ Taxes+ Visa
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» SINGAPORE-MAURITIUS (CWT-13)
2 Nights Singapore+ 4 Nights Mauritius+ Airfare+ Sight seeing+ Transfer+ Taxes+ Visa + Breakfast + Dinner in Mauritius
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Cost Includes:
» Accommodation on twin sharing basis
» Arrival and Departure transfers
» Half day city tour
» Breakfasts


Travel Information

People

In the absence of natural resources of any kind Singapore has flourished because of it's hardworking and resilient population. In a world divided by all kinds of differences, Singapore sets the perfect example of how people of different colour, religions, nationalities and varied cultural identities can live together in harmony and work towards a united goal.

The original inhabitants of Singapore were Malay fishermen. The arrival of Sir Stamford Raffles and the establishment of a trading post attracted immigrants and traders from all over. Hence people came from the southern provinces of China, Indonesia, India, Pakistan, Ceylon and the Middle East. As a result the population of four million comprises 76.9% Chinese, 14% Malays, 7.7% Indians and 1.4% Eurasians and people of other descent. All the people consider themselves to be Singaporeans though they have maintained their own individualistic customs and traditions. There are still certain areas occupied by people of a particular ethnicity. Each of these areas has preserved the flavours of it's ethnicity and hence Singapore comes across as a rainbow depicting the various customs and cultures

Business hours

Monday to Friday 1000hrs to 1500hrs All Banks
Saturday 0930hrs to 1300hrs All Banks
Saturday 0930hrs to 1500hrs Some Banks
Sunday 0930hrs to 1500hrs Some Banks in Orchard Road


Currency

The local currency is Singapore dollars and cents. The notes are in denomination of $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, $100, $500, $1,000, $10,000 while the coins are in denominations of 1, 5, 10, 20 and 50 cents and $1.

Foreign Exchange Formalities

Most of the banks change foreign currencies and deal in travellers' cheques. Some banks do not do foreign exchange dealings on Saturdays. Passports are required while encashing of Travellers' Cheques and a nominal commission may be charged Other than banks and hotels money can be changed at "Licensed Money Changers". Most of the shopping complexes have a a licensed money changer as well.

Credit/Charge Cards

Most of the major cards are widely accepted by establishments in Singapore. If a shop insists on adding a surcharge then the errant shop-owner can be reported to the respective authorities.

Electricity
Singapore's voltage is 220 - 240 AC, 50 Hertz. Most hotels can provide a transformer for electrical instruments of different voltage for eg. 110 - 120 AC, 60 Hertz.
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