Far East is a land of beautyadventure and Singapore and Malaysia are the places where you can experience them best! Singapore is an urban island off southern Malaysia. Offering nature’s best and an ultra-modern experience, attractions like Suntec City, Fountain of Wealth, Merlion, Little India, and Chinatown leave visitors spellbound. Hop onto the Singapore Flyer for a bird's eye view of the city-state, take the Sentosa Island Tour for a relaxing time on the beach and see the vibrant marine life at the underwater SEA Aquarium. Above Singapore lies Malaysia occupying parts of the Malay Peninsula. With exotic beaches, rainforests and a blend of Malay, Chinese, Indian and European cultures, it is a perfect vacation spot for culture vultures. Kuala Lumpur, the capital city is home to colonial buildings, shopping hubs like Bukit Bintang and iconic skyscrapers like the 451m-tall Petronas Twin Towers. Enjoy the city life on a night tour and visit the hill resort town Genting Highlands for casino and nightlife.
Singapore and Malaysia are the two most sought after South-East Asian countries by tourists. Even though Singapore is a small island city, it has so much to offer for people from all over the world. Singapore Sightseeing is a whole different experience altogether. Beautiful gardens, breathtaking beach views or luxurious hotels and restaurants - Singapore has it all. Malaysia, on the other hand, is a perfect balance of modern amenities and natural habitats. Rich in culture and heritage it offers some of the most unique and authentic foods in Asia. It is perfect for family getaways amidst lush greenery and mesmerizing sunsets on the beach side. Whatever the period of your stay at these two amazing places, you are guaranteed to have a fabulous time.
Places to see in Singapore and Malaysia
The easiest way to make sure you haven't missed out on any of the tourist attractions in these places is to simply book a guided Singapore-Malaysia Tour package. It is quite affordable and worth it too. Making friends on the way is an added bonus. Some of the places that shouldn't be missed are - Singapore's Marina Bay Sands, Singapore Flyer, Raffles Hotel, Sentosa Island and The Universal Studios Singapore. Often described as a playground for the rich, Singapore does have a certain sheen of wealth. So if you can, then Singapore is the right place to pamper yourself a bit. For those who are on a budget, here are some of the places you could go to breaking that bank - check out the East Coast Park, Southern Ridges, Haw Par Villa. Gardens by the Bay and the Botanical Gardens are a must-visit. Most of these would be covered in a Singapore City Tour. When in Malaysia you can't miss the richness of its natural beauty, whether it is the Batu Caves, Gunung Mulu, Kinabalu, and Bako National Parks, Taman Negara or the numerous beaches and islands such as the Langkawi, Perhentian, Redang, Pangkor and Tioman Islands. The nation's capital Kuala Lumpur is a melting pot of culture and entertainment. The very famous Petronas Twin Towers, Aquaria at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, National Steel Mosque, K L Towers and the Bird Park are all worth a visit.
Best time to Visit in Singapore and Malaysia
If you are planning to book a Singapore Malaysia Package, the perfect time to do it is in the holidays. Singapore has pleasant weather between the months of February to April, unlike other months when it is too hot and sticky. Malaysia can be visited right after your Singapore Trip in the months April to October when the weather is at its driest, ideal to visit the coastal areas.
Things to do in Singapore and Malaysia
A Singapore Honeymoon Package is what most newlywed couples wish for. Why do you ask? Simply because of the endless possibilities of what one can do in this slightly futuristic city. It could be romantic candlelight dinners, indulging yourself in some soul soothing couples' spa at a luxury hotel or head out for some adventure at Night Safari, Fort Canning Hill, Kombi Rocks and the small island of Pulau Ubin. Singapore is a heaven for shopaholics with so many malls as well as bustling roads and clusters of quaint boutiques. The famous Orchard Road, Chinatown and Little India and the vast Bugis Street Market are a fun and friendly shopping experience not to be missed. The amusement parks in Singapore and Malaysia are a must visit, be it Universal Studios or Sunway Lagoon Theme Park. Nature loving adventurers can hike up the Mt. Kinabalu and Maliau Basin in Sabah or explore the Niah Caves and Cobra Sea Stack in Sarawak, Malaysia. Both Singapore and Malaysia have amazing options to choose from and try out new fusion cuisines with an endless number of eateries and a plentiful supply of bars.
How to reach in Singapore and Malaysia
Once your flight lands at either Singapore or Kuala Lumpur, it is extremely easy to travel in and around these places with affordable public transport such as taxis, buses or Mass Rapid Transit. Almost everywhere people know English and most signboards are easily recognizable. Other than flights, trains, and buses to connect Singapore and Malaysia. For those who look to have an exciting and stimulating Asian experience, Singapore Malaysia Holiday is just perfect.Others Singapore Packages
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