Singapore is an island country and city state in Southeast Asia. It’s located very close to the southern tip of peninsular Malaysia. The country has developed rapidly over the last century to its present state. It now boasts impressive infrastructure and has become a global financial hub. Its attractions are many, and they entice an increasing number of visitors eager to experience the city in its exotic tropical location. At eDreams, we help make your travel dreams a reality with our excellent discount holidays. Book a flight and hotel in Singapore with us for a terrific adventure in the tropics. You can take your flight from London to Singapore or a flight from Manchester to Singapore.
Things to Know Before Visiting Singapore
If you have a British passport, you can visit Singapore without a visa for a period of up to 30 days. Make sure that your passport will have at least six months validity remaining before boarding your flight to Singapore. Don’t bring in any prescription medicines without checking first it’s legal to do so, and always carry the original packing and doctor’s prescription. Any Singaporean consulate in Britain, or online, can advise if necessary. If you want to rent a car and drive in Singapore, you’ll need to present an International Driving Permit (IDP) in addition to your full UK licence. You can apply for an IDP at any British Post Office. With everything in order, take advantage of our acclaimed holiday packages and get started on your journey to an amazing holiday in Singapore.
What is the Weather in Singapore?
Thanks to its tropical rainforest climate, Singapore is warm all year round with not much variation in temperatures. You’ll experience daily temperatures ranging from a low of around 75°F to a high of around 95°F no matter what time of year you go. Rainfall is also pretty consistent from month to month, so there’s no extended wet or dry seasons, but no shortage of sunny days, either. Book a flight and hotel in Singapore from our all inclusive holiday packages and enjoy sunny Singapore in style.
What to Do in Singapore
Singapore, despite its modest size, has no shortage of many attractions. Some of the best include:
Visit Marina Bay: Marina Bay not only looks amazing, it offers a lot of entertainments, too. You can visit the casino, the science museum and wine and dine in comfort. You can even fly a Boeing 737 jet - not a real one, unfortunately, but a super-realistic flight simulator under the guidance of a real pilot. There’s also great nightlife activities here.
Ride The Singapore Flyer: Taller even than the London Eye, this ‘big wheel’ provides spectacular daytime and nighttime views of Singapore. It’s located near Marina Bay on Raffles Road.
Take a Night Safari tour: Singapore’s Night Safari is a nocturnal zoo dedicated to animal conservation. It contains an impressive collection of animals including endangered species from around the world.
Go clubbing: Singapore’s nightlife is legendary. There are plenty of pubs and clubs including Zouk, Kilo, Peaches, Lulu’s Lounge and many more. Top DJs and live music including hip hop, reggae, drum n’ bass, rock, and more are all here. And snacks and drinks flow endlessly.
And there are many more city delights to discover including shopping malls, theatres and museums. Our holiday packages are second to none, so book one of our holiday deals to Singapore for the trip of a lifetime.
What to Visit Around Singapore
Sentosa is a small island connected to Singapore by a causeway. It has excellent beach areas, and is home to many attractions including Universal Studios with its thrilling, movie-based rides and shows. It’s also home to Madame Tussauds, Tiger Sky Tower, a butterfly park and a marine life park. A holiday in Singapore should definitely include a trip to Sentosa. Our low-cost holidays offer terrific value worldwide, and our holiday deals for Singapore are certainly no exception.
What to Eat in Singapore
Singapore’s population is mainly a mix of Chinese, Malays Indonesians and Indians whose ancestors arrived as migrants. They, of course, brought their own cooking styles and cuisines. The good news for visitors is that delicious Chinese, Malay and Indian food is available throughout the island in addition to standard Western food. Look out for noodle dishes such as fried Hokkien mee, black pepper crab, Hainanese chicken with rice and kaya toast. Dining in Singapore is a joy and with our cheap package holidays including a flight and hotel in Singapore, you can savour the island’s culinary delights every day. Book now and enjoy the sights, sounds and tastes of the magic island of Singapore.