Singapore is a man-made wonder, where a small fishing village developed itself into a highly rich commercial city making the entire world wonder at its commitment to good living, all by the pledge taken by a team of a Chinese, Malaysian, Indian and British visionaries.
A typical Singapore tour would encompass
•Visit of City district, covering St. Andrew Cathedral, City Hall and Court, Victoria theatre and Concert Hall, Raffles Statue, Raffles Landing Site
•Visit of Museum district, covering Canning Hill and Battle Box
•Visit of Resort world Sentosa, covering Universal Studios, Festive walks and Light and Sound Shows
•Visit to Marina Bay covering Suntec City, Fountain of Wealth, Esplanade, Waterboat house, Merlion Park, Singapore flyer and River Cruise
•Shopping pleasure at China Town, Campong Glam, and Little India
•Visit to Botanic Garden, Orchard Road and Singapore Zoo
Singapore tour delights its visitors with food varieties. Whilst every part of the city has many restaurants providing food from Chinese, Indian, Malaysian and Continental cuisine, there are a few restaurants which have their own claim of supremacy, which include
•Keyaki in Pan Pacific
•Joel Robuchon in HoResorts World Sentosa
•Nicholas Le Restaurant in KeongSaik Road
There are about11 flight connections operating from New Delhi to Singapore, most of the days 5 of them direct flights between these two destinations and in a week, there are 126 flights operated between New Delhi and Singapore, for one to take up Singapore tour.
Likewise, there are about 25 flight connections operating from Mumbai to Singapore, most of the days 7 of them non-stop flights between these two destinations and in a week, there are 99 schedules between these two cities, for Singapore travel.