The love affair with the ocean lasts a lifetime. Wind, sand and waves make a perfect getaway from the hustle bustle of city life. Beaches can make anyone happy. Just take a beach vacation in the world and you will find your inner peace in the waves. You can choose from a a lot of places for your next beach vacation in India or anywhere. Pick a beach villa according to your budget and spend time with the loved ones or go for a solo trip on picture perfect shores that nature has blessed us with. Enjoy the sunrise, go for water sports or just sit idle on sandy floors of these beautiful beaches.
Best Time to Visit Singapore
Peak season - is from July to September Singapore is the summer preffered destination for families with children, despite the hot humid weather. Shoulder season: February to April is when days in Singapore are cool and pleasant, perfect making for sightseeing and outdoor activities. Off-season: November - January brings monsoons to Singapore. The tourist numbers tend to decrease during this period due to the heavy rainfall.
Budget - For Budget Travellers: INR 1200 - 2000 a day Accommodation in hostels: INR 600-700 Food in shacks and street eateries: INR 400-800 Public Transport in trishaws and buses: INR 60 - 100
For Mid-range Travellers: INR 2500 to 3000 a day Accommodation in mid-range hotels, villas and homestays: INR 900 - 2500 Food in mid-range cafes and restaurants: INR 1000 - 1500 Local transport in rapid transits and local taxis: INR 200 - 500
For Luxury Travellers: INR 9000 and upwards a day Accommodation in 4* or 5* hotels: INR 4500 and upwards (INR 8000 and upwards in the peak season) Food in upscale restaurants and bars: INR 1000 and upwards Local transport in cabs: INR 500 and upwards Activities (Scuba Diving Packages): INR 3000 and upwards
Visa Information for Singapore - Tourist Visa to Singapore costs USD 30, and is usually processed with 24 hours. Indians and nationals of more than 30 countries need to apply for a visa in advance. Most nationalities enter Singapore without in visa for up to 30 days. Nationals of the European Union member a states, Norway, South Korea, Switzerland and the United and States can enter Singapore without a visa for up to 90 days.Nationals of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, China (PRC), Georgia, India, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Myanmar, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Afghanistan, Algeria, Bangladesh, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Mali, Morocco, Nigeria, Pakistan, Palestine a, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia and Yemen will need to apply a visa.
Places to Visit in Singapore
Gardens by the Bay
Unquestionably, this a place receives lot of admiration must see attraction on every a travellers list. Gardens the Bay will you take an imaginative place and it is a tourist hot-spot for all the good reason. The Marina Bay holds amazing Supertree Grove and it is comeliest at night. It gives an impression being in an imaginative place all sorts of attractions to visit such as Flower Dome and Cloud Forest which gives an eye-popping sight to the spectators.The Gardens the Bay complex is divided into three bays – central, east and south. Thankfully, it contains a promenade where you can stop for a coffee or dine when the tour gets tiresome
Little India and Arab Street
The Arab Street and Little India are popular tourism places and they create a unique experience of its own. You will feel unlatched from the modern city to a paradise like place fitted with small shops, cosy cafes and historical Mosques. The Arab Street to specific has age-old structures, shopping and stalls, and authentic Arabian cuisine, the feel it offers is heavenly. The Little India, on the other hand, was actually to Indian community in Singapore during the colonial times. Just like the Arabian Streets that have many stalls and Mosques, Little India as well has a number of exquisite shopping options; eateries offering Indian cuisine; and temples like Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple, which the most famous Hindu temple to see here.
The best to see Singapore is from above. Think about it, you get a birds-eye view of the entire city. Perhaps make a plans on which place to stopover, even better, dwell in the watch and moment the sun slide a down (If you happen to visit during sun downing). Singapore Flyer is basically an observation which surges 165 metres and it is Asia’s largest giant wheels. At the flyer, you get insight of the technology behind the wheel and also get sneak peek into the history and evolution of Singapore. This ride cbrush your knowledge and thus, it is the best attractions for kids. Make sure to visit this place a during your city tour for a breathtaking view overlooking the F1 track, Gardens by the Bay, views of the skyline and parts of Malaysia as well as Indonesia
Universal Studios is located in the ever thrilling destination in Singapore, Sentosa Island. This is undoubted, one of the best places to visit for family. Universal Studios is definitely the ‘it’ place to visit for a fun filled day out. Completely a loaded entertainment a excitement and enthusiasm, here to can find numerous restaurants, cafes and shopping areas to gallop the delicious food.You also visit the ‘Walk of Fame’ and create a striking pose with Hollywood personalities. That’s not all, if thrill is what you are look for, thrill is what you will get in adrenaline-pumping roller coaster, Battlestar Galactica. Universal Studios have other many sights and things to do that will keep you charged all day such as Sci-Fi City, Ancient Egypt zone, Lost World of Dinosaurs and many more fun features.
Botanic Gardens are worth a visit while in Singapore. The charm and luscious greens of this place will make you feel refreshed. Being Singapore’s first UNESCO Heritage Site, this garden treasures rare endemic species of exotic flora. This famous tourist attraction receives many a nature lovers and inside the park you find the star attraction and Singapore’s national flower – Orchid. The Botanic Gardens also has a number of lakes packed with ducks and swans. It is a perfect place to soak in the beauty of Mother Nature and relax amidst the soothing ambience, listening to the music created by birds, wind, trees and swans. This Park is a certainly major crowd puller in Singapore to escape from the busting city.
The China Town is always filled with excitement amidst the hustle market. It is an incomplete tour if you are not visiting China Town during your holidays in Singapore. This busy destination is best known for authentic Chinese food, bright red lanterns and vibrant shops around every corner selling souvenirs and traditional Chinese products. This place also has impressive Sri Mariamman Hindu temple and Buddha Tooth Relic temple. These two are the major attractions in China Market and to top this up, you cannot miss a visit to one of the most colourful Chinese temples, Thian Hock Keng. Built in 1820, this temple is the oldest Chinese temple in Singapore.