Singapore Vacation Packages

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In addition to its reputation as a major shipping center, Singapore is an enchanting city where East and West intermingle. The population is made up of more than 2.7 million Chinese, Malays, Indians and Eurasians. Two-story Chinese shop houses, gray-stone Victorian-style government buildings and multi-story concrete and glass buildings stand within a stone's throw of each other.

Food, Fashion & Fun

Since every ethnic group that migrated to Singapore brought its own food making Singapore's dining scene as diverse as its culture. Singapore’s dining scene is as diverse as its culture. Main influences can be found from Chinese, Indian and Malaysian cuisine. Two of the largest restaurant concentrations are Boat and Clarke Quays, on the Singapore River. Newton Food Centre is one of the city’s most popular outdoor food courts, and nearly every shopping center has its own food court. For high tea with a breathtaking view, head up to the Equinox restaurant on the 69th floor of the Swissotel The Stamford.

Endless shopping malls and sidewalk vendors line the streets throughout Singapore, making it one of the premier shopping destinations in the world. Prices are fixed in most shopping malls, department stores and boutiques, but shopkeepers in Little India, Arab Street and Chinatown use the price tag as a starting point for bargaining. Stores that display a red-and-white Merlion sticker in the window are members of the country’s Good Retailer Scheme, which offers a guarantee of quality. Stores in Orchard Road and Marina Bay have their own quality assurance organization, the Singapore Gold Circle.

Some of the main shopping centers include Marina Square, Suntec City Mall, PARCO-Bugis Junction and Bugis MRT station. Orchard Road hosts wonderful stores, but for kids' clothes, go to Forum. Superb housewares can be found at Tang; and discount handbags are good deals at Takashimaya. You can also go shopping whenever the mood or need strikes, as the Mustafa Centre is open 24 hours a day, and offers more than 120,000 products.

Tours in Singapore are like none other. Tour The Mint Museum of Toys, which contains 50,000 toys that were collected by one man over the past 50 years. Some toys are still in their original packaging, and are from all over the world. Visit Little India, Merlion Park, Chinatown and the Botanical Gardens on a day trip in the morning. Or, discover the beautiful and unusual creatures of the night in their natural jungle setting, from the rugged Himalayan Foothills to the swampy banks of the Asian Riverine Forest, and learn all about nocturnal life on a nighttime safari. 

Travel Tidbits

Roundtrip travel prior to April 1, 2012, roundtrip transfers between airport and hotel are included with your Delta Vacations package. Travelers can also purchase private care transfers.  Trishaws are a very inexpensive, fun means of transportation. Pedal power provides a memorable experience in sightseeing with a Trishaw driver providing commentary. Agree on the price beforehand. The MRT (Mass Rapid Transit) is a passenger train that services the entire city. The train runs every three to eight minutes from 6 a.m. to midnightmidnight. They are very clean and safe. The Singapore Bus Service (SBS) and Trans Island Bus Service (TIBS) operate regularly, and are inexpensive. Visitors are able to purchase a one-day or three-day Explorer ticket. These can be purchased at most hotels. Singapore has more than 10,000 air-conditioned taxis. Rates are standard among all taxi companies.

Trip Planning

Retreat to The Lion City for for a tranquil getaway with all the comforts of home. Whether your dream hotel is situated in the heart of the city, in the business district of Clarke Quay or along the Singapore River, Delta Vacations has the perfect accommodations for you. Book, bundle and save on your Singapore vacation package, and feel better knowing one of our team of experts has your back every step of the way.