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Wednesday, 14 May 2014

Mesmerizing Holidays with Your Family in Singapore





Singapore may well have been designed to suit visiting families. Safe, friendly and compact, hi-tech yet exotic, the country is easy to get around and filled with attractions. A great option for kids of every age and plenty of activity and shopping to keep the adults busy, Singapore ranks high in our list of family breaks.


  • The Culture of Singapore:


Singapore is one of the most developed places in South East Asia and a place you should see once every 3 years because Singapore is rapidly changing every 3 years because of the infrastructure development over there. There is also a real estate boom in Singapore which means a lot of people are now migrating to Singapore and the Asian Population has favored Singapore as a travel destination despite it not being cost effective.
Poetically Lee Kuan Yew ruled Singapore for 3 decades and is the founding fathers of Modern Singapore. The spoken languages in Singapore include Malay, Chinese, Tamil and Mandarin. Some of the major religions of Singapore include Buddhism, Christainity, Islam and a few Hindus and Atheists.


  • Food:  

 You will find all types of cuisine in Singapore .You will find the best local cuisine at the local eateries and joints.


  • Activities:  

 On the whole, activities in Singapore are not that expensive. Some, like the Singapore Botanical Gardens and Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, are free.
Retail: Singapore is one of the best places to shop. It has a wide variety of international and Asian brands to choose from
Places to See:
Visit Singapore Zoo:  
This zoo is one of the best in the world and also one of the top attractions in Singapore.  Covering an area of 28 hectares, this place is huge and has a vast array of animals: over 3,600 mammals, birds and reptiles

Sentosa: 
Sentosa Island is a theme park to enjoy for kids. It is a great place to go and enjoy on a weekend getaway.  It is open to people of all age groups but it is specially made for children. Adults are a tag along. It is a theme park replete with pool, Restaurants and with other games to play

Thian Hock Keng Temple:  
Is a Taoist temple Thian Hock Keng is one of the oldest and most important Hokkien temple in Singapore. It was visited by Chinese immigrants giving thanks to Ma Zu (Goddess of the Sea) for their safe voyage.  It is very sacred and it is given special Heritage status in 2001 by UNESCO.

Merlions:   
The Merlions are the mascot of Singapore. The Merlion is a mythical creature with the head of a lion and the body of a fish

Timah Nature Reserve:  
The Bukit Timah Nature Reserve is a small 1.64 square kilometer nature reserve near the geographic centre of the city-state of Singapore, located

Chinatown:  
Chinatown is the Chinese neighborhood of Singapore. It is a house to the Chinese population of Singapore. Chinatown has architecture of both Baroque and Victorian architecture

Sri Mariamman Temple
The Mariamman Temple is situated in China Town and is made of Dravidian Architecture. The Dravidians settled in South India and they apparently built a Mariamman Temple in Singapore. It is a Hindu Goddess.

Pulau Ubin:  
Palau Ubin is an island situated in the North east of Singapore.  There are some popular mythological tales about Ubin.

Little India Restaurant: 
 Little India offers Indian Cuisine at economic rates.Dont forget to eat with your hands. It’s a custom.

A tripto Singapore with Orient Travels will cost you AED 1970 per person. It is a pleasant experience that you will love.

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