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About Singapore
Singapore the small city-state is described as a playground of the rich featuring high - end shopping malls, luxury hotels, fine dining and so much more. It is full of vibrant history, diversity, family-friendly atmosphere and attractions which makes it one of the most popular tourist destinations. The destination boasts excellent public transportation that helps tourists get around efficiently. We can say that it is one of the most beautiful countries to visit in Southeast Asia. Explore all of it with our Singapore Group Tours

The tiny island is also known as the land of contrasts due to the mixture of Chinatown and Little India representing the ethnic diversity of respective countries and their cultures. It also has a bounty of options for shopping, nightlife and more fun activities. So, it has something for everyone for an amazing holiday.

Geography and Seasons
Singapore is an island city-state in Southeast Asia. And a very small nation covering an area of 721.5 square kilometers. The island is situated between Malaysia and Indonesia. The Singapore River is the country’s Primary River. The landscape of Singapore is unique and the majority of Singapore’s land is mostly flat. This is typically brought about by numerous elements of which erosion is the primary one.

Singapore is very close to the equator. Equatorial countries have tropical forest climates, thunderstorms, abundant rainfall, and constant hot and humid conditions. The temperature in Singapore typically ranges from 25 to 33 degrees Celsius. April and May are the hottest months of the year while November, December, and January are the coldest. The conditions are true across Singapore. Although Singapore does not have spring, summer, autumn or winter, it has a dry and a wet season.

The Culture
Singapore, the small but stunning island city-state is known as one of the major cultural hubs of Asia. It is also the melting pot of cultures, heritages, and traditions, and it also has a history of diversity to show for it. Singapore is indeed a cosmopolitan society where people who live cordially and dealing with different races are commonly seen.

The culture in Singapore is largely defined by peace, justice, social and religious harmony. It is always said that Singapore is a “fine city”, but it not only refers to its cleanliness or its quality of life but also refers to the religious culture in Singapore. The city is home to ten major religions, including Buddhism, Taoism, Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity.

The Experience
There’s a lot to see and do in Singapore no matter what kind of traveler you are. Whatever it is partying at the highest point in the city or shopping at the malls, we have some really cool ideas to help you make your trip memorable.

Hop on the Singapore Flyer to Appreciate the Beautiful World Below
Singapore Flyer is one of the world’s biggest observation wheels. It overlooks the water near Marina Bay; this 165m tall wheel is an ideal part of Singapore’s skyline and particularly imposing when lighted up in the evenings. It is considered the second- largest observation wheel in the world after the High Roller in Las Vegas, it whisks you high above the city by offering 30 minutes of terrific views of the Marina Bay, the skyscrapers of CBD, the river, the historic buildings of the Colonial district and ships of the South China Sea.

Dining on Cloud 9
Dining on Cloud 9 offers a unique in-the-sky dinner experience coupled with stunning views on board a private dining cabin. Tourists can get cozy up in their very own private cable car while having the 4 – course meal, as they take in the lights and magnificence of Singapore's city scape set against the romantic night sky.

Float in the World’s Largest Rooftop Infinity Pool
Just imagine yourself swimming on top of the world and floating in the world’s longest rooftop infinity pool gazing down on the glittering city skyline. You will surely not find a more impressive photo-taking spot anywhere else in Singapore! After a swim, you can sunbathe on a luxurious poolside lounger, or relax in the shade of soothing palm trees. You can experience the unforgettable beauty of sunset between the clouds while sipping on Champagne.

How to Reach Singapore?
Traveling to Singapore by Air
Given that a flight would cut short your travel distance it’s the best and smartest way to reach Singapore. And due to its Changi International Airport, it is now the best in the world. Just as you land, you see Singapore’s first and foremost attraction. It is also home to 5-star culinary, shopping venues and hotels. Can’t wait to get there? Lucky for you, most of the airports have direct non-stop flights to Changi International Airport that frequently take up to 5 and a half hours.

While the country has multiple other airports, this is the main one is accessible to the public and serves as a suitable arrival spot, no matter what your final destination is. And there are different airlines you can choose from, including Singapore Airlines, Etihad airlines, Lufthansa, SWISS flights, British Airways, Air India and IndiGo. Whereas, the indirect flights open up your options with Malaysian Airlines, Emirates, Etihad and Thai Air Asia having regular routes. So, no matter where you arrive from once you do the ease and connectivity of Changi International Airport provides access to all local transport including MRT (Mass Rapid Transit)

How to Reach Singapore by SEA
Bordered by water and leading ports, Singapore has many cruise operators, be it luxury or premium options. The Marina Bay Cruise Center and Singapore cruise center welcomes the absolute biggest luxury cruise. They have routes from neighboring countries and the docking points are conveniently located.

What to eat in Singapore?
Singaporean food is generally influenced by Malay, Chinese, Indian and other cultures. It is spicy, sweet, salty and all types of delicious tastes and flavors are in order. Being a vegetarian traveler you just cannot afford to miss out on any of this. Have some of the best vegetarian dishes during our Singapore Tour with Indian food.

Try Sling Drink
The Singapore Sling is a famous cocktail from Singapore. Initially, it was called the gin sling. A sling was firstly a North American drink which was made up of spirit and water then it was sweetened and flavored. It is famous because originally it was created as a lady’s drink and thus it has a pink hue, and now it has become a world-renowned cocktail and is still being mixed in the Raffles Hotel. Don’t forget to try it!

Would you like to have some Sushi in China Town?
As we all know, Sushi is a Japanese dish, but it is now popular all over the world. China Town was once an enclave for Singapore’s Chinese immigrants but today it is much beloved for its blend of old and new. You can find various Japanese restaurants where you can try authentic sushi.

Don’t forget to try Mr. Popiah in Singapore
Popiah means “thin pancake”, is a pancake wrapped/ stuffed with a filling made of cooked vegetables. When it is deeply fried, the crispy roll is more commonly referred to as a Spring roll, but if the wrapper is as it is, it is known as Popiah. You can try their ready-to-eat products that are available in their franchise outlets. People love it due to its great taste, value and innovative Popiah creations.

Which are the famous Indian Restaurants in Singapore?
Singapore is famous for its internationally fused cuisine and interesting food culture. And Indian cuisines are all about flavors, spices, and aromas that capture the country’s true taste. This sprawling city has plenty of restaurants that will allow you to taste some authentic vegetarian meals. Let’s have a quick look at some of the best Indian restaurants in Singapore

Raj Restaurant
Raj restaurant was founded on very strong principles of encompassing vegetarianism, the beliefs, and practices of vegetarianism. And being true to its founding principles, they use freshest ingredients that are mixed with authentic spices. Made by some of the most talented, trained and experienced chefs they bring you the very best cuisine from Northern, Southern, Eastern and also the western parts of India.

Shivam Restaurant
Located beside Mustafa center, Shivam restaurant is a fusion restaurant that not only aims to keep their food authentic, healthy and tasty but also provides dinners with a lively dining experience. It specializes in Gujarati cuisine. The restaurant also serves a wide variety of other cuisines such as Italian, Mexican, North Indian, and Indo - Chinese.

Komal Villas
A Komal villa is a sensational blend of flavors, colors, aromas, and taste. It offers you both South Indian and North Indian food as well. They aim to provide nutrition in an authentic setting. South Indian food is a classic blend of flavors, colors, and textures which consist of Saatvik meals namely delicious Dosais, vada's and idllis and uthappam. And north Indian cuisines have a variety of moderately spicy and creamy gravies alongside with Tandoori rotis and Naans.

Places to Visit in Singapore
Singapore is known as a playground for the rich, and it’s true that the small city does have a definite shine of wealth. But apart from high-end shopping malls, luxury hotels, and fine dining Singapore also has some of the best places to explore. Have a look at some of the places to visit in Singapore with our Small group tours to Singapore.

Gardens by the bay
Located in the heart of Singapore's city center - Marina Bay; there are three waterfront gardens based on an innovative theme named Bay South, Bay East, and Bay Garden. This park brings the present world of Singapore in the form of beautiful, colorful and mesmerizing flora and fauna and brings life to the city. And yes, Gardens by the Bay is a multi-award winning horticulture with wonderful waterfront views. The garden is famous for its super-sized trees which are nine to sixteen stories tall. Try to walk on the suspended bridge between two trees to get a bird view of the entire garden. In the evening, you can opt to enjoy the light and sound show at the Gardens.

Jurong Bird Park
Jurong Bird Park has 9000 colorful birds of 600 species. The park will leave you delighted with experiencing and seeing paradise of birds in different sizes and shapes. The park is managed by Wildlife Reserve Singapore. Located at the western slope of Jurong Hill, this park is an escape from the urban lifestyle of Singapore. Be entertained with the majestic Flamingo Lake and Penguin Coast where you can enjoy bird watching.

Sentosa
Singapore’s- State of Fun will leave you awe-struck. The southern coast has an artificial island which is known as Sentosa made for leisure and fun activities. This island is famous for its food stalls – bars and there is a unique suspension bridge that will take you to a small island. Some of the attractions for visitors to this island are Universal Studios, Sea Aquarium, Tiger Sky Tower and Butterfly-Insect kingdom.

Top things to do in Singapore
Choosing the best things to do in Singapore is not an easy task. There is a city bursting to the seams with impressive attractions, exciting activities and plenty of day trips for all the family. Let’s have a look!

Take a swim in Changi Airport
Thinking about the airport, travelers usually feel dread. But Singapore’s Changi Airport is ranked as one of the world’s top airports as it has endless amenities to offer. You won’t believe that one can take a dip in the Balinese themed rooftop swimming pool and relax at the poolside area. The pool is located at Aerotel Airport Transit Hotel at Terminal 1 on level 3 near Transit Area near D gates. There's also a Jacuzzi, poolside bar and shower facilities. Travelers can chill and enjoy these facilities while waiting for their next flight.

Go Midnight shopping at Mustafa
Mustafa Centre, located in the thriving Little India quarter is Singapore's only 24-hour shopping mall. You will find every possible item here as well as various services, all at reasonable prices. There are over 300,000 items on display across four levels and over 400,000 Sq.ft, you will be able to find clothing, accessories, cosmetics, electronics, mobile phones, textiles, food, money changers and so much more.

Take Vespa Tour
Imagine witnessing Singapore’s sights, sounds and flavors up close and personal as you choose the beaten track on the vintage Vespa sidecars. Very exciting Singapore Sideways Vespa Tour is the world's first vintage Vespa sidecar tour service.

The guided tours cover areas like Kampong Glam, the Civic District, Chinatown, and the Joo Chiat-Katong area. Most tours are without stops, but custom tours are available for those who want more out of an itinerary. Tourists can also ask for options such as a night ride with food and drinks, a half-day heritage tour, or simply book one of the 30-minute spins to get an impression of a historic district before moving on to other activities. The best thing about these tours is that they are appropriate for all age groups.

Singapore for family
Planning a family vacation can be daunting. When considering little ones, it may be difficult to find vacation spots that are suitable for both the young and the older. From beaches, glamour, and kids friendly entertainment parks Singapore has it all.

We can say that there is no better place to visit in the world with kids than Singapore? It is always jam-packed with family-friendly attractions. Clean, green, and prominently modern, Singapore is one of the most family-friendly destinations in Asia. Everything from the spotless, buggy-friendly pavements to the spacious hotels makes traveling with kids easy.

So, if you are planning a getaway with a whole gang, Singapore has the most family-friendly attractions and is the perfect place to make your family holidays worthwhile. Explore it with our Singapore Tour Packages for families.

Which are the best areas for a shopping tour in Singapore?
Whether it is shopping for the world’s best brands or pampering your taste buds on the side, there is much that will demand your attention towards the best shopping areas or shops in Singapore with our Singapore tour. Please have a look!

Vivo City
Singapore is well known for having probably the best shopping centers in Asia and they don't come any greater or more splendid than Vivo City. It is situated on the Harbour Front called the biggest shopping, entertainment and lifestyle destination. It is also home to Singapore’s largest cinema, biggest toy store, an amphitheater, wade pool, and four food courts - it might more suitably be referred to as a mega-mall given its sheer size and facilities.

Mustafa Centre
Opened for 24 hours, the Mustafa Centre offers unique market style shopping experiences. Designer products here will be found in abundance at low prices with everything from textiles to watches and electronics on sale. The mall has two department stores that are joined together with goods sold under the Mustafa name and efficient by type. And for girls accessories are brilliant buys, mostly all of them hand made with an eclectic ethnic touch, from bags to costume jewelry that you won’t find anywhere else.

 




























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Ahmedabad   Travelled in   Nov
Region: India   |   Tour Type: FIT   |   Theme: Nature Lovers   |   Read All

Hotel Food And Staff Services Was Very Nice

Hotel in Boracay ( Astoria Boracay) was excellent. Hotel food and staff services was very nice. More over hotel is located on beach and whole day it’s happening place. Island trip was interesting and we enjoyed lot.
Reaching Manila, even we been straight for city tour didn’t felt tired . Hotel IM manila also very good . Food was good. Overall it was an excellent trip.
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Ahmadabad   Travelled in   Feb
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Singapore Malaysia Tour-21st Dec to 31st Dec

I thank you for arranging the subject trip on time even though it was finalized in last two weeks of the travel day. Special thanks to Jayarajbhai, Amitbhai and Vidhimam. I gathered my experience of the trip which is narrated below along with recommendations. Few photographs are attached of the trip as requested.

Overall trip was exiting with adventures and filled with unforgettable sightseeing.

Trip: Singapore and Malaysia Tour (21st Dec to 31st Dec 2019)

Overall Summary:  We (Family-Four members) enjoyed 6 days stay in Singapore and 5 days in Malaysia including travelling days. We booked our itinerary through Flamingo Transworld in Ahmedabad, India. The trip was with amazing rides, full of enjoyment, wonderful sightseeing, delicious Asian vegetarian food and lot of unforgettable activities and memories.  We stayed in hotel apartment (2 bed rooms) in both countries and were very convenient. In Singapore;  Sentosa, Universal studio, Singapore Zoo were amazing. In Malaysia, Twin & KL tower, Sunway lagoon and Genting highland cable car were exiting experience. Flamingo staff were very supportive. I get timely support whenever required even at very early morning in India (4-5 am)-Special thanks to Amitbhai. Pretrip briefing by Flamingo was very useful.

Visa and Flights:  We took evisa. We get Malaysia visa in two days and Singapore in 3 days even during Dec holidays pick time. The only hurdle is to attach photo in online application for Malaysia visa during which one may need to do many trials as I did before website accept the photo according to their norms. We booked Oman Air from Qatar to Singapore via Muscat and Malaysia as transits. There is enough time for transit in Muscat but only an hour in Malaysia. In Malaysia Airport the terminals are far of arrival and departure through transit. We reached through aero train to departure terminal. At the embarkation from Flight in Malaysia; Oman air staff was available at the outlet of air bridge  or you can say standing for guiding to reach to gate of other terminal to catch flight in a short time of an hour. We could catch Malaysia to Singapore flight without any delay but could not get enough time to get refreshed however, our check-in baggage could not reach to Singapore with our flight from Malaysia. What we heard from the Singapore airport authorities is that it is frequently happening but not to worry as you would have your baggage available within same day via next couple of flights as there are many flights between ML to Singapore. They were correct, my luggage reached in next flight and airport authority has delivered in night to my Hotel without any damage to baggage. I could wait 2-3 hours at Changi airport to get my baggage but prefer to checkin to hotel to get some rest. Singapore airport authority deliver baggage in night time only (8 pm to 11 pm) if you need them early  you can go to airport to collect.

From Singapore to Malaysia we traveled through Airasia flight-very convenient flight. But at Malaysia airport it took about 3 hours to clear Immigration (due to several flights arrived same time and renovation work at airport). The airport authority has not managed efficiently the immigration, the crowd and queues-very inconvenient. From Singapore to Doha via Muscat was very convenient experience in flight.

Overall there is not much hurdle for immigration accepts the long waiting time in Malaysia where the queue was very long and no refreshment. In case of small kids, it would be exhausting. Singapore is easy for immigration even departure time, we preferred e-gate without standing in queue-very easy.

Sightseeing in Singapore:

1)    On reaching hotel in Singapore, I purchased Simcard (12 SGD and valid for 7 days)which is must to communicate with travel agents, home and to start Whatsup, facebook etc…it gives certain GB 4G/5G connection  and enough talk time including somewhat 100 minutes international call. This SIMCARD is must and first to purchase in Singapore as well in Malaysia.

2)    Marina Bay Bicycle tour (2-3 hours in evening) was very informative during which we get overall view of the city. The guide was very humble and we did 15 km cycling with family. As the climate was supporting, the cycling was not exhausting but enriching experience. I recommend this cycling over the experiential city tour with guide during which the guide took us or can say has shown us through almost same sights as the city/country is very small.

3)    Santosa (timing 10:00 to 18:00), It is best experience in Singapore where we enjoyed Cable car (Oneway), Luge and Skyline, all 5 shows of 4D, Wings of time Laser show in the night (not to miss this), Sea Aquarium (near Univeral studio), Typhoon theater and veg Asian food near the Wings of time area (only one restaurant) , Madame tusaads Museum. We could not complete Santosa in a day and nor had time to go again. I recommend to go at least 11/2 - 2 days as this is the best place to visit in Singapore and Malysia.

4)    Universal Studio (timings 09:00to 18:00): best place for rides, On entering the studio, we took first both the rollercoaster (not Egypt one) one red colour and a hanging one white one – this is best experience-  don’t miss them. In early morning we found very short queues – take this opportunity and you can ride more than one time if you wish- We did total three times., Take locker inside available for 45 minutes for free, push in boats-a good ride, Galacticca roller coaster is another good one but not compared to above both roller coasters, Jurrasic park screen, push in boats and the old vantage car ride. The queue was very long after 11:00 hours even with express pass. All the rides could not be completed in a day. If wish to cover entire universal studio, need at least 11/2 to 2 days.

5)    Singapore zoo(09:00 to 18:00): Little far from city, Best natural zoo where you don’t feel like you are visiting zoo but you feel like you are walking through jungle and meeting many animals.  This is the only zoo so far I visited found without any pungent smell and covered with so many trees and kept in clean condition. A fantastic place to visit. Especially, in winter time (less humidity) one enjoys walking through the jungle.

6)    Garden by the bay (Flower dome and Cloud forest) and Marina bay hotel: Garden by the bay is very good indoor plants and flowers where we enjoyed taking photographs with flowers and plants. In Marina bay hotel we were allowed to visit limited area of the 56 open floor deck where the other part is only for the hotel guests which is real skypark-a nice place for photography.

7)    River cruise (45 minutes), a nice tour but night bicycle tour was comparatively good for those who can ride bicycle for 15 km.

Hotel Apartment Experience in Singapore: Fraser Robertson walk hotel apartment (11 unity street), Location was nice, hotel apartment was very convenient with all amenities like dish washer, washing machine and washing  power,  two TVs (one in living room and master bed room), iron and all other needs. However, the room service was very stingy in giving tea bags and sugar etc….After I complained after 3 days, the last two days it was slightly improved. The reception staff was very humble and treating customer amiably.

Transport in Singapore: All the transports to sightseeing were on private base; a largest tour operator Nam Ho in Singapore-All drivers were nice and explained properly how to reach to inside each sightseeing after dropping point as well clear guidance or pick up point. They use van of their own company normally but sometimes they send private vehicles of their partners but all vehicles were very convenient. This tour operator is very disciplined one and they expect from customer also same- They were never late by even 1 minute and expect from customer also the same (they do not wait for more than 5 minutes of the defined time).

I also tried other transportation like (metro, and private taxi) for my night time dinner. I used to go to Mustafa every day for my veg food (very delicious food in Saravana bhavan, ananda bhavan, Komoli, kailash prabhat etc….)

Last day in Singapore: from hotel to Airport drop, Nam Ho has blocked my call to their hotline number so I found little difficulty in finding driver for airport drop facility as she was waiting in another waiting area of the hotel. Nam Ho has neither conveyed my mobile (Singapore number) to driver nor her number to me. This area is required to be improved. Fortunately, I had 2-3 earlier drivers’ number who helped me on time. Special thanks to Rajesh driver who managed my transport even it was not his call of duty to arrange my airport transport

Airport to Hotel in Malaysia:  Although there was delay in immigration as explained above, Luxury tour (private booked tour travel for Malaysia as Nam Ho in Singapore) has managed my transport to hotel as all their other customer also delayed in coming out of airport although few flights were on time. First we bought Simcard as did Singapore valid for 30 days with 3G/4G 500 Mb data and enogh free talk time.

Sightseeing in Malaysia:

1)    Sunway Lagoon(09:00 to 18:00): Nice place for water rides and few other rides but the place was not as hygiene as Singapore. Scream park was exiting ride. Overall good experience. Driver came on time in morning as well he picked up us at right time in evening even though it was raining.

2)    City tour half day (09:00 t0 14:00): Drive reached late  by 45 minutes in morning due to which  there was a long queue built up at KL tower so it took about 2 hours to visit the deck. Twin tower was very organized and not much waiting time as the tickets shows visit timing which was respected by the tower management. Both the KL and Twintower are recommended for visit as it gives very thrilling view of the city and one can get 360 city view. However, KL tower we visited only observation deck.

3)    We went to Putrayjaya in afternoon- A very beautiful boat ride compared to Singapore, this ride is better.

4)    Genting Highland:  Best Cable car experience-it is much better than the Singapore Sentosa cable car-Although it was one way, I recommend return trip- very nominal price to buy a return ticket from Genting Highland. There were few rides in which my kids enjoyed- we didn’t went to visit Casino as that was not of our choice to visit. However, outside climate was very beautiful, we walked under cloud and enjoyed a lot- Best Asian veg food at Spice Garden-recommend to dine.

On route to Genting we visited Batu cave – A hindu holy place which I recommend not to miss. The given time of 45 minutes was less (we recommend 1 to 11/2 hour) as the place is nice you definitely feel to sit for a while in cave in a very calm and holy environment.

Drive on this tour also reached 30 minutes late due to the mistake of Luxury tour management-The driver was very good person in nature (Shivam actual name Namhoshivam). Flamingo transworld supported to time and return time was delayed by 30 minutes as start was late. Special thanks to Amit who has responded on time in early about 4:00 morning.

5)    Airport drop: Luxury tour has arranged on time vehicle with gentle nature driver

The city tour was not exiting as the driver did not take much interest to show the city- For me it was waste of time and money.

Food:  Delicious food available at Indian street (Asian veg- Saravana bhavan, Sangeeta etc…) it tooks only 15 MR from hotel to restaurant in taxi.

Hotel Apartment in Malaysia: Ascott hotel is very nice at prime location in city- no issue with room service. A very exiting swimming pool at 22nd floor with sauna bath, gym etc…All rooms were very big and TVs in all the rooms. The hotel is close to twin tower where there is a nice shopping mall as well biggest mall Pavilion is also very close to hotel – a bridge to walk for about 10 minutes to reach so avoid traffic.

Advice/Caution: Be careful in Malaysia to cross the road even Zebra crossing with green light to pedestrian as some vehicle driver do not pay respect to traffic light -they drove through red light as experienced, I observed a near miss to one of the family in Malaysia. Singapore even with green light to vehicle they pay respect to pedestrian.
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Ahmedabad   Travelled in   Dec
Region: Asia   |   Tour Type: FIT   |   Theme: Adventure Tour,Family Tour   |   Read All

31st Jan Southeast Asia Tour

31st January Southeast Asia tour was our first experience with Flamingo.  You exceeded our expectations from professionalism to accommodations, food, transportations and of course  carefully  chosen sightseeing places from modern Singapore to acient Thailand.

Jayraj is an outstanding and very knowledgeable tour guide. His passion to explore the world is impressive.  His proffesional attitude towards all of us was remarkable. 

Also thanks to all working behind the scene who made this trip memorable.
Sales team and accounting team including your agent Sangitaben in US were very cooperative.

For family oriented people like our group, some recommendations from local tour guide for nightlife shows could have been avoided and less shopping time can allow more places to cover.

We will not hesitate to refer Flamingo to our families and friends for their vacation experience.
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Ahmedabad   Travelled in   Jan
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Highlights of South Asia journey

Under stress of Corona virus I started my journey to South Asia but by grace of god all went well. As soon as I landed ai Singapore air port I forget about all and enjoying my time

1.     Itinerary of trip was design very well .All most covered all sightseeing.

2.    Hotels in overall so good and bed was comfortable that after long day I got
        comfortable  sleep. Very good morning breakfast sp.enjoy South Indian.

3.     About food , I do-not have  word to say . Very nice Indian food . Baverchi and some local food was good like papaya salad at center marina at Pattaya,food at Kanchanaburi  resort  was  good too.

4.    About sightseeing 

I like to know History and Culture of different country.I like Thai culture,saw

        Somewhere connection of Hindu culture,saw different form of Rama ,Vishnu

        Hanuman. Enjoy all sightseeing.

Highlights of my tour is

1.      Luge and skyride .Gentng highlands, beautiful place.

2.     At BukitMelawait peak got opportunity to feed Silverleaf Monkey.

3.      Railway market ,floating market .beautiful experience, how hard people work for their living .

4.       Doi Inthan National Park. Beautiful at higher elevations,loved Angkha trail Unfortunately did not saw some flowers.

5.       Last enjoy Elephant Jungle Sanctuary place . In my whole life ever got chance to so close to elephant . Searching for food  and feeding them .people are nice and putting lots of love taking care.

6.       Doing painting on umbrella.

Above all you never get chance to do it in very fast life. Thanks for opportunities.

Last I never forget to acknowledge flamingo team who are working hard for making

trip so enjoyable  and successful .

Working behind hotels reservations making my stay comfortable.

Working behind national flight reservations making travel so comfortable.

Working behind restaurants reservations and local food arrangement .

Working behind airport pick up Amitbhai good job . Thanks.

I really appreciate  your time and hard work behind the scene making everything so

Comfortable and enjoyable.😊.

Thanks to JAYRAJ for taking care, giving us surprises, posting next day schedule,

Thinking of us on valentine day and making special for all . Thanks 🙏 again ,and

Saying good bye to you all ,hoping to see you sometime and somewhere down the road .
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Ahmedabad   Travelled in   Jan
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Frequently asked questions about Singapore Vacation Packages

What are the different modes of transportation provided to passengers on tour?
At the time of booking, passengers are given different options to choose their mode of transportation like:

In Private Transfer you can also choose to do sightseeing by private vehicle which will be available from one point to another. The private vehicle will be pre-booked on a pre-decided route and timings decided in advance as well.  

Vehicle at disposal means that a car will be with you throughout the travel trip for which timings and kilometers will be decided in advance. If you use the car outside the travel package distance or time limit then it may not be possible or it will charged additionally. Vehicle at disposal offers more flexibility and control over the itinerary. Also private van tours include a coach at service.

SIC (Seat in coach basis) SIC coach transfers depart only at fixed times and stop at different hotels enroute where other passengers may be picked up or dropped off which mean it time consuming. You will be traveling with other passengers and passengers of different nationalities which offers a good chance to interact with people from different parts of the world. Before joining the tour you need to exchange tour vouchers for your original tickets from the concerned office. Many time the tour starting point is not from the hotel so then you need to reach the departure point from your hotel at your own expense.
What is the best time to book?

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USA and Canada

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Southeast Asia

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India

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Australia, New Zealand and South Africa

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What is the best time to visit the said destination?
In spite of its relatively compact size, Southeast Asia has a shifted atmosphere that matches its varied geology however one might say that the area encounters two particular seasons - the wet and the dry. The southwest monsoon normally hits the area between June and September when numerous nations experience high rainfall and the vegetation blossoms in verdant green. The dry season between November and February is viewed as the better time to go with drier and marginally cooler climate. The hottest time of the year is usually between March and June when humidity levels ascend in preparation of the approaching downpours.
What is the difference between group tours and individual tours?
Group tours consist of certain number of people touring together to a destination. Group tours can be a great way to know new people and explore well planned itinerary covering the best places. No changes will be possible in your group tour itinerary. In each destination the group consists of approximately 40 to 55 members.

Individual tours are tailor made tours designed and arranged just for you. You have a liberty to choose your own hotels, and attractions as per your taste.
What is the procedure to obtain visa to visit the said destination?
Visa is an official permit that helps you enter a foreign country and stay there for a specific period of time. Flamingo does serve visa service. Talk to our travel consultant for visa process details for which you will have to submit certain documents.
What kind of food is offered to travelers on tour?
Meals which will be provided on tour will be mentioned in your tour itinerary. Usually meal menu contains of Indian vegetarian food, Jain food (no onion, no garlic, no potato), local vegetarian food, if requested Indian non-vegetarian food and local non-vegetarian food.

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Singapore is one of the most orderly cities in the world. The destination is described as a playground for the rich as the small-city state features certain sheen of wealth. Here you will get to know the perfect blend of ethnic and urban development throughout Singapore's illustrious history. Travelers from across the world flock to this destination to experience its high-end shopping malls, luxury hotels, fine dining, and amazing lifestyle and nightlife experiences. The main theme of Singapore Tourism centers around its historical touch that now represents the impact of transforming from a fish village to an urban enchanting city.
 
Singapore history dates back to the 18th century which suggests that a noteworthy trading settlement existed in Singapore in the 14th century. The last 2 centuries have birthed a legacy rich in heritage and revolution, reflecting the significant role Britain and various other countries had towards Singapore’s growth. For around 200 years, Singapore’s mutual relations with Britain remain really strong with the two countries committing to share best practice in problems including sustainable business and innovation, tradition and youth development. 
 
Singapore is situated in the southern corner of the Malay Peninsula divided from the mainland. The island is mostly flat with low hills. Along with the mainland, the geography of the Republic of Singapore features more than 60 really small islands and islets. Languages of Singapore are as diverse as its people and culture. For a fact, Singapore does not have an official language. People living here speak Singlish which is a unique English based slang. The multicultural destination accepts 4 languages: Malay, Mandarin, Tamil and English and due to good bilingual education policy a lot of locals can speak 2 or more languages. 
 
Travel industry in India is rapidly growing. Outbound tourism and the competition between destinations to attract travelers is really strong. Apparently Singapore tops the list of Indian visitors. And why not? Singapore tourism has so much to offer to all kinds of travelers. Singapore tour packages present various family-friendly attractions, things to do and explore. The destination flaunts brilliant transportation services that make getting around quite efficient and convenient for tourists. Apart from shopping and dining Singapore is full of natural attractions and cultural heritage sites from botanic gardens, nature parks to temples and museums.
 
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