Singapore


The one day city visit is optional. The detailed arrangement will be provided at the early of April, 2018. Below sightseeings are just for your reference.

The main focus of a Marina Bay Sands Skypark visit is the large open air viewing platform where you will feel the wind in your hair as you marvel at this breathtaking new perspective of the Singapore skyline. A clear sunny day will be rewarded with views stretching right across the City State. In fact the Skypark itself resembles a self-contained garden city in the clouds, with bars, restaurants, a huge infinity swimming pool, lush tropical landscaping and jogging paths (available to hotel guests only) and a gift shop.

Even though its style is reminiscent of Tang dynasty, the building is brand new. It is regarded as the most important temple as it holds rare Buddha relic. You can witness several fascinating activities and rituals, for example, the closing ceremony. Be sure to stop by at night, the temple is beautifully illuminated.

Located in the heart of Chinatown, this is the oldest and most important Hindu temple in Singapore. Founded in 1827, this Dravidian temple is dedicated to Mariamman, goddess of rain capable of curing illnesses. After admiring the spectacular exterior decorations and ornaments, it is definitely worthy to pop in and explore the temple's numerous halls.

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