A fine blend of culture, art, architecture, and cuisine, Singapore preserves the old and builds the new simultaneously. The stunning island city is futuristic, sleek, and self-assured and is home to marvelous green spans in the midst of concrete wonders. Right from the iconic Merlion to the LIT Marina Bay Sands, from its shopping hub on Orchard Road to its very own playground – Sentosa, Singapore has endless attractions for each one’s interests making it an extraordinary travel destination.

Best Time To Travel


The ideal time to visit Singapore is almost all year-round.
July to September (the festive season) is an extraordinary chance to experience the numerous aspects of Singapore.

From February to April the weather is quite lovely and a lot of open-air activities become accessible at that point, like jungle trekking, bungee jumping, cycling, etc.

November to January are the wettest months when showers can keep going for significant stretches of time, while the warmest months are May and June which you can maintain a safe distance from in the event that you can’t bear the heat.


Feb – April



Jul – Sep



Nov – Jan


See & do in Singapore

Sentosa Island

Sentosa Island

Clarke Quay

Clarke Quay

Universal Studios

Universal Studios

Night Safari

Night Safari

Getting around Singapore

Singapore has an all-around associated transport framework. The most efficient mode is the Mass Rapid Transit System (MRTS) to go around the city by train. Commuting in buses also astounds individuals with its grand attractions covering various routes. The public vehicle here is fast and budget-friendly.

Taxicabs are accessible at Changi International transport. It is the most advantageous and easy method of traveling from the air terminal to your destination. Cabs run on a meter, so the base fare is $20 – $35. The tourists can book a taxi by dialing 6-DIAL CAB (6342-5222).

Tourists can avail the advantage of Singapore Tourist Pass. It is an EZ link card which offers the users limitless rides for a specific term. A pocket-friendly smart card to go in any mode of transport for $8per day in Singapore.

Leasing a car with Sixt is recommended by local people. Explorers, business magnets, and so forth lease with Sixt for its comfort and best services at a reasonable cost. Vehicles drive on the left-hand roadside and limited to the speed of 37mph (60kmph). Travelers can visit around the city at their own pace.

Survival Guide

  • The power sockets in Singapore are type G & A

  • The appliances used in India will require a power plug adapter for these socket types.
  • The voltage here is 220 volts at 50 Hz and it is the same as that we have in India
  • You can get your universal adapters in any electrical appliances shop or can order it online
  • When traveling to Singapore, it is best suggested to bring an unlocked phone which is not bound to a single carrier.
  • The common mobile networks used in Singapore are Starhub Travel Prepaid SIM and Singtel.
  • Get 100GB data with M1 Prepaid Tourist SIM for 12$ and stay connected upon arrival in Singapore.
  • The only acceptable currency in Singapore is the Singapore Dollar.
  • The average cost of one meal/person is 8 SGD which is close to Rs 470.
  • The expenditure in Singapore for a day per person will be around 40 SGD which is about Rs 2050 which includes your meal & other personal expense.
  • For your trip, we’d advise you to keep 30% as cash and 70% loaded into your Forex card.
  • Although Insurance is not mandatory for Singapore, it is advisable to carry one.
  • Public hospitals are present all over the country and are as efficient as private ones while being cost-effective.
  • It is recommended you carry sunblock, wide-brimmed hats, and shades while stepping out in the sun. If you want to avoid the sun, avoid the beaches between 10 am and 2 pm – it is hottest then.
  • If you are bringing a sizeable amount of medicines, carry a doctor’s certificate to avoid problems with the Customs.

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