Luxury Holidays in Singapore with Only Exclusive Travel
Singapore, meaning ‘Lion City’, is a feisty destination full of vibrant colours, traditions and culture. Reputed among many to be Asia’s best location to work, live and play, Singapore should be your first choice of holiday destinations this year.
Visit this small-island country with a melting-pot of contrasting and complementing heritages for you to explore. With Chinese, Malay and Eurasion cultural heritage sites, your holiday in Singapore will educate you in the varied ways of life of multiple cultural denominations. Impressive, ornate and intricate traditional architecture, futuristic landscaping and excellently functioning services and amenities make Singapore a truly appealing holiday destination in South-East Asia.
Singapore, known to have high standards in service, health and social conduct, is a country with self respect. Self-respect aside though, it has no reason to be modest; Singapore boasts modern attractions such as the Universal Studios Singapore, huge commercial water-parks, Merlion Park and shopping complexes as well as traditional sites. Time-honoured architecture in the form of Buddhist and Hindu Temples, Mosques, Churches and Cathedrals emphasise the diversity of this region, including the beautiful Buddha Tooth Relic Temple & Museum and the Thian Hock Kheng Temple (The Seafarer’s Temple).
Along the streets of Chinatown, Kampong Glam and Little India, religious monuments protrude among charming shops. The main shopping belts of Suntec City and Orchard Road are easily accessible for guests at Fullerton Bay luxury resort. Engage in a multifarious line-up of entertainments, including foam parties on the beach, the Singapore Food Festival, Arts Festival or Grand Prix Festival or even the Chinese Film Festival. Catch a boisterous Chinese opera performance. Witness a Hindu fire-walking ceremony. Or spend an evening at a world-renowned ballet performance. Singapore's fusion of multiple cultures, including numerous culinary expertises, has inspired a wonderful variety of cuisine and dining experiences. From food streets in Chinatown and local hawker centres to chic cafes and elegant restaurants, you can indulge in international cuisine or national signature dishes. Or, why not visit one of the house restaurants whilst staying at the most illustrious and renowned hotel in Singapore: Raffles.