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Singapore Essay

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My Singapore with Cruise
(July – Sept’13)

5 Nights & 6 Days

Destination: Singapore
Singapore
Blessed with a tropical climate, Singapore is warm throughout the year and anytime is a good time to visit this vibrant place. The wettest months are November and December while the hottest are May and June. However, to capture the true essence of the city, the festival season is considered by many as a good time to explore Singapore. Whether it is culture, cuisine, arts or architecture, Singapore offers everything. Get acquainted with this cosmopolitan as you start with the city tour. Explore fascinating attractions like the Jurong Bird Park, a unique Night Safari or Singapore’s famous ...view middle of the document...

Over the years, not only have we changed the way people travel but in a relatively short period, have grown to become India’s largest online travel company. This growth stems from the belief instilled in all of us. With this promise from all of us to make your holiday an unparalleled experience, we hope you enjoy your holiday as much as we enjoyed bringing it to you.

First of all I would like to thank and appreciate MMT for making my trip a memorable and wonderful one. Your organization and arrangements were really appreciable. The facilities provided such as transportation, accommodation and food were excellent. Regards, Nizar and Family

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Day 1: Arrival in Singapore
Arrival in Singapore. Once you arrive in Singapore, please head towards the immigration counter, clear your immigration and get your luggage from the luggage belt. Welcome to the city of contrasts. After clearing your immigration and customs, you will find the Make My Trip holiday desk representative outside in the waiting area. Please show your voucher to him. In exchange, he will give you a local itinerary with contact numbers and exact timings of your tour(s). He will then guide you to the transfer area where you will board the coach for your transfer to the hotel. The check in time at the hotel is 2 pm. However, if you reach the hotel early, may have to wait to get your room. Arrive at the hotel and spend the day at leisure. This is your time to explore the surroundings of the hotel and take a short trip to the nearby shopping areas and local shops. Spend the day at leisure or take an optional tour to Universal Studios on Day 1 or Day 6 (Keeping in mind the flight Departure time). Enjoy a comfortable overnight stay at the hotel in Singapore. No meals included

Day 2: Singapore
After enjoying breakfast, gear up for an exciting half-day city tour of Singapore. The tour will commence with a drive around the Civic District past the Padang Cricket Club, the historic Parliament House, the Supreme Court, the City Hall and a short stop at Merlion Park for incredibly stunning views of Marina Bay. Don’t forget to click pictures with the Merlion, a mythological creature, part lion and part fish! Day is free at leisure. You are free to book some optional tour today or go for Shopping. Please ensure you return back to the hotel lobby on the given time. Evening board your coach from hotel to cruise terminal. Board the cruise and spend the night onboard. Enjoy onboard meals and shows which are included in your package cost. You can enjoy up to 6 meals a day which are included in the cruise package at the main dining restaurants. Cruise offers a wide spectrum of entertainment which includes exciting shows, discotheques, karaoke and card rooms (casino), video games, organized activities and deck games. Most of the activities are already included in your package cost. Breakfast and dinner included

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Day 3: Singapore – Super Star Virgo
Relish the sumptuous...

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