Singapore Extension

  • Overview

    The sovereign island-state of Singapore transitioned from third world to first world status in just one generation and today is a hub of commerce, innovation and education. The tiny island packs a wallop of attractions, old-world to new-age, from amusement parks to temples. Its complex diversity of food, activities and culture makes it appealing to ages young and old; it’s a great place to discover with your family.

    Learn About the Merlion

    The official mascot of Singapore, the Merlion is a mythological creature that’s part lion and part fish. The original 8.6-meter-high, 70-ton statue spouts water from its mouth into the bay; he is the most iconic symbol of Singapore and a must-have photograph.

    Discover Singaporean Hawker Food

    Originally named for the hawkers who sold food pushing carts, today hawker centers have sprung up into elaborate outdoor food courts and markets. Considered some of the best and least expensive ways to dine in Singapore, you’ll find a wide range of eclectic foods in a casual dining setting. Be sure to wander Chinatown Food Street for curries, satays (grilled meat), char kway teow (stir fried noodles) and the internationally acclaimed chili crab.

    Visit the Buddha Tooth Relic Museum and Temple

    Just like it says, this museum really does display the Buddha’s left canine tooth; who doesn’t want to see that? Both a museum and temple, you’ll also find art and the rich history illustrating Buddhism’s universal connection.

    Take a Bumboat Ride

    It’s not just a fun name to say, it’s a great way to see Singapore’s attractions from the river, including Marina Bay, the Esplanade, and the Fullerton Hotel and national monument.

    Take a Cable Car Ride to Sentosa Island

    It’s mind boggling to think about how this island was built – on purpose – merely for the pleasure of its visitors. It’s a wild collection of beaches, shopping, theme parks and, well, fun. To get there you’ll ride a cable car through the skies; you can spend the day relaxing or seeking out thrilling virtual reality experiences at 4D Adventureland.


Starts at

$4090

Duration

11 days

Activity Level

Active

Active trips revolve around multi-sport activities that keep your family outside and having fun! Your family will spend more time interacting with the elements and exploring than sitting on a beach or inside of a museum. These activities are not always physically demanding but they can be and do require a basic level of fitness.
Starts at

$4890

Duration

10 days

Activity Level

Easy

Your family will spend most of your time relaxing and not expending too much energy. These adventures are easy! Every member of your family will be comfortable and able to take part in this adventure no matter their fitness level.
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