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Cruising Singapore, Nongsa and Nikoi in Style

Escape the busy world of everyday life and enjoy the utmost in pampering on this five-day itinerary. Begin your holiday exploring one of the cleanest cities in the world - Singapore. Next, feel like a superstar aboard an extravagant yacht as you sail along the coast of two of Indonesia’s most beautiful islands. This is a holiday you will never want to end!

Highlights
  • Sample Singapore’s melting pot of cultures as you tour and eat your way through the diverse neighborhoods
  • Cruise in style aboard an exclusive yacht through Indonesia’s most beautiful, undiscovered islands
  • Enjoy extreme pampering aboard with private butlers, indulgent meals and plenty of sunning space
  • Go for a swim in the exclusive Sands SkyPark atop one of Singapore’s most extravagant hotels
Day by Day Itinerary

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Day 1

Spend your first day in Singapore getting to know the modern city-state’s incredible, sky-scraping architecture. Explore the small enclaves of Little India, Arab Street and Chinatown to experience the cuisine and culture of Singapore’s melting pot. That afternoon, feel like a local as you take a traditional bumboat river cruise. Sleep in luxury at either Raffles Singapore or Fullerton Bay.

Day 2
Nongsa - Nikoi

Depart the exciting citylife in Singapore for the tropical paradise of Nongsa! Enjoy a short cruise along the coast of Nongsa’s beaches. The small island is a jewel in the Riau Islands of Indonesia. With only a quaint village and resorts, it’s the perfect get-away. Aqua Voyage’s charter offers the utmost in relaxation and extravagance. It’s unending luxury with lunch and dinner served fresh at the top-rated Montigo Resort. Fall asleep to the yacht’s gentle rocking that evening.

Day 3
Nongsa - Nikoi

It’s always perfect for a swim in Indonesia’s calm sea. Take a refreshing dip to start your day off right, followed with a delicious breakfast. Cruise by Nikoi - a small, 442-acre resort island five miles off the coast of Bintan. Suntan on the deck and catch up on your reading as you relax in luxury. Enjoy the fresh sea breeze as you gaze into the blue waters in search of exotic fish and plant-life. Spend a second night sleeping aboard.

Day 4
Nongsa - Nikoi

Soak in your last rays as you watch Singapore’s cityline approaching from the yacht. Indulge in a refreshing cocktail served to you by one of the personal butlers onboard. Enjoy a final swim in the salty water. The holiday isn’t over yet! Spend the night back in the pristine, clean city of Singapore. Rest up at either Raffles Singapore or Fullerton Bay for the full day of exploring ahead tomorrow.

Day 5
Singapore - Departure

Spend your final day of holiday discovering Singapore. Enjoy a full-day tour of the city’s architecture, ranging from traditional to modern. Visit the Sands SkyPark at the top of Marina Bay Sands where you can go for a cooling dip in the hotel’s rooftop infinity pool. Time permitting, visit the zoo or one of Singapore’s other many attractions. Transfer to the airport for your return flight home.

 

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Raffles Singapore

Raffles Singapore

"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.

 
 
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Fullerton Bay Hotel

Fullerton Bay Hotel

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).

 
 
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