Bangkok-Phuket: 6D & 5N
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Get to know Singapore on a morning half-day tour with River Cruise. You’ll see all the city’s highlights in one short tour perfect if your time is limited. Highlights include Singapore’s vibrant Chinatown, colonial landmarks, Little India and the iconic, Merlion.See the sights of Singapore from the water on a boat cruise of the Singapore River. Learn about exciting chapters in the city’s history and continuing tale, and marvel at monuments such as the Victoria Concert Hall.
Your orientation tour of Singapore begins with a drive around Little India area. Brief stop will be given for shopping and eat any Indian snack the guest might crave for. Next we drive around this beautiful city for the guest to take in the sight of everyday life of this busy and always alive city. You’ll have great views of Marina Bay when you stop for photos at Merlion Park and the Merlion, Singapore’s mythological creature that is part lion, part fish. The tour continues with a visit to the Thian Hock Keng Temple, one of the oldest Buddhist-Taoist temples in Singapore, and finally we take you into Chinatown to a local handicraft center before dropping you back to your hotel. Next Cruise along the Singapore River and learn how the waterway has been at the heart of the country’s development. See remnants from its colonial past, along with restored shop houses and stately buildings. Cruise past the Art House and Old Parliament aboard a traditional bumboat, departing from the Raffles Landing Site Jetty. Pass landmarks such as the New Parliament House and Asian Civilizations Museum. Experience the hustle and bustle of everyday life as you float past the restaurants of Clarke Quay, Robertson Quay and Collyer Quay. Enter Marina Bay for a closer look at the contemporary architecture of Marina Bay Sands and Gardens by the Bay. About Bumboats : The bumboats were once used as a means of transporting goods and cargo back in the early days of Singapore history. Originating from the 1600s in Europe, these boats are very different from the earlier versions which had sails, were powered by oars or guided by long poles to move them up and down the rivers. Taking a leisurely ride on the Singapore River Cruise will take you past the landmarks of the Rafffles’ Landing Site, Asian Civilizations Museum, row of old shophouses along Boat Quay, Fullerton Hotel, Esplanade Singapore, The Merlion Park, Singapore Flyer and the latest attraction Marina Bay Sands Integrated Resort.
- All meals
- Accommodation ( twin share basis )
- Air fare for BKK to Phuket
- Sightseeing along with Airport pick n drop
- International Airfare
- Any personal expenses.