See the best and get the most of this vibrant, diverse city with our luxury four-day Classic Singapore itinerary. Stay at one of the city’s most iconic hotels, and experience Singapore the way it was meant to be seen, visiting the city’s multicultural centers, taking an architecture walk, enjoying a swim on top of the world, and taking a beach escape on Sentosa Island, and much more.
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Arrive in the vibrant, modern city-state of Singapore, and check in to your luxury hotel room at Raffles Singapore. Once settled in, head out and get acquainted with your new surroundings on a full-day tour of the city. Start with Little India, home to the country’s Tamil community. Check out its charming shophouses, mosques and temples. Next, head to Arab Street, and pick up some unique textiles or perfumes. Chinatown is next on the itinerary, full of intimate eateries and watering holes favored by expats. Enjoy lunch from a hawker stall, before sailing away on a traditional bumboat river cruise - circling Boat Quay, Circle Quay and Marina Bay.
After a gourmet breakfast at your hotel, you’ll be off on another full-day tour of the city today, this time, taking in the city’s fascinating architecture, from the traditional to the contemporary, accompanied by a Singapore architectural expert who will answer all of your queries. After this, visit the Sands SkyPark, located at the iconic Marina Bay Sands, where you can enjoy a leisurely dip in the hotel’s rooftop infinity pool.
Unlock the secrets behind Singapore’s culinary culture today by starting your day with a Singaporean cuisine cooking class. Delve deeper into Asian culture with a visit to the Asian Civilizations Museum. Finish your day off with a night safari at the Singapore Zoo, located in a vast, dense rainforest.
Spend all day today on Sentosa Island, Singapore’s island getaway. Here, you can enjoy beaches, water sports, zip-lining, and trying out Southeast Asia’s one and only luge: a unique sky ride that’s part go-cart, part toboggan. Finish your island escape with a visit to Underwater World, marvelling at the 2,500 marine animals visible through its glass walls.
"To have been young and had a room at Raffles was life at its best." - James Michener. Declared a National Monument in 1987, the hotel has grown from strength to strength. The Raffles has 103 suites, dispersed over four wings buffered by fragrance-filled gardens and linked by breezy verandahs. Here, residents are pampered in an atmosphere of privacy and intimacy, with large airy interiors inspired by the colonial bungalows of the early 20th century - lofty 14-foot ceilings, fine Oriental carpets and original etchings. The Raffles has a complete repertoire of fine eateries, which now stand at 18, making it one of the most comprehensive food and beverage facilities in Asia. Located on the third-floor deck of the Courtyard Wing, the hotel’s 24-hour pool, jacuzzis, and health club are for the exclusive use of hotel residents. Gymnasium facilities and equipment include treadmills, stationery bicycles, a universal weight machine, sauna and steam bath in the gentlemen and ladies’ changing rooms. RafflesAmrita Spa at Raffles Hotel offers relaxing wellness therapy in the privacy and luxury of a grand hotel. The property also has a pool, shopping arcade, Raffles Hotel Museum, Jubilee Hall (Victorian-style theater for film screenings) and Raffles Culinary Academy. The Raffles is a 2-minute ride on public transportation to the Orchard Road shopping strip and 20 minutes from Changi International Airport.
Upon opening in the summer of 2010, the glittering Fullerton Bay Hotel became one of Singapore’s premier luxury properties. Its 100 guest rooms, five culturally themed suites and one presidential suite have floor-to-ceiling windows and balconies overlooking Marina Bay, while the hotel’s interior design by highly sought-after architect Andre Fu features antique nautical maps and newly commissioned art works. Three dining options, also designed by Fu, include the modern brasserie Clifford (named after historic Clifford Pier, where the hotel is located), with an 800-bottle fine wine list and 32-foot windows on the Bay; The Landing Point, a sophisticated lounge with elevated comfort food and creative cocktails served along its 42-foot-long bar; and Lantern, the rooftop bar with an 82-foot-long swimming pool offering skyline views. Other facilities include a state-of-the-art fitness center and meeting rooms, while high-speed Internet is available in every room and WiFi is accessible throughout the entire hotel. The Fullerton Bay is approximately a 20-minute drive from Changi International Airport (SIN).