Holidays to Singapore with Escape Worldwide

Holidays to Singapore with Escape Worldwide

Holidays to Singapore with Escape Worldwide
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Welcome to Singapore

Darren, your guide to Singapore from Escape Worldwide.

“Singapore is such a mix of cultures, sights, foods and sights it’s a great place to include in an itinerary”

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Darren in Singapore

Getting to Singapore

Arrival airport Changi
Transfer time approx 20-30 minutes

Singapore airport is served by a number of airlines, with flights from around the UK. Singapore Airlines operate from Heathrow and Manchester, plus British Airways fly from Heathrow. There's allso indirect services with a host of airlines from all major UK airports.

Time difference GMT +8
Currency Singapore Dollar
Language Bahasa Malay, Chinese dialects, Tamil and English

Entry details (for British nationals) a visa is not required for stays of up to 28 days. Passports need at least 6 months validity from your date of entry. While planning your holiday and before you depart check the latest travel advice at

What to do in Singapore

Start your Singapore holiday with a visit to the Colonial area around the Singapore River. Take in Orchard Road for some serious shopping, or head in to the Arab Street or Chinatown areas for bargain-hunting. Singapore is a real mish-mash of people and cultures, with items for sale and foods to eat from every corner of the world. Shopping and eating are the order of the day!

Where to stay in Singapore

Hotels are scattered all around the city, from the colonial area around the river where the city was originally founded, to trendy Orchard Road, Chinatown and Little India. Getting about Singapore is very straightforward, particularly with the efficient underground system, the MRT.

Holiday ideas to Singapore

Singapore can be visited as a city break, although most visitors use it as a stopover for a longer holiday to the Far East. Singapore combines well with most parts of Malaysia, plus Thailand, Bali, Vietnam, Cambodia and Hong Kong.

Singapore is a tiny country of contrast, where the traditional side of the Far East meets the modern. The City State leads the way in South East Asia's push for development, and makes a truly fascinating introduction to the region. The vibrant island of Sentosa is just 15 minutes from the city centre and has packed with themed attractions, while an hour or so away is the relaxed Indonesian island of Bintan, where quality hotels and lush scenery make it a perfect retreat from the city.

Holidays to Singapore with Escape Worldwide - Singapore Cricket Club and city centre skyline



Hotels in Singapore Twin centre and multicentre holidays including Singapore

Suggested sightseeing

Footsteps of Raffles including Afternoon Tea

Raffles' vision of Singapore was for her to become a vital international port and trading center for the Far East. Retrace the course of the 'dream come true' on this fascinating tour.

- Prices from £39 per person

Chinatown Food Adventure - Small Group Tour

Ever wondered what the food culture in Singapore is like? Or perhaps why Singaporeans calls their Chinatown 'Niu Che Sui'? Or just what the heck a hawker centre is anyway?! Join this Singapore food tour through Chinatown to leave no stone, rice cake, or poh piah unturned and to learn all about one of the most unique neighbourhoods in Singapore.

- Prices from £48 per person

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