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Tours - SINGAPORE

 

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1
Arrive Singapore – Singapore by Coach Night Safari Tour
Welcome to Singapore – The Fun City. Meet & Greet by local representative.
Later you will be transferred to your hotel in Singapore , check in ( Standard Check in Time 1400 hrs) In the evening get picked up from your hotel lobby for Night Safari tour, the ultimate experience. It's an after-dark wildlife adventure that is truly one-of-a-kind – enjoy the unique experience of seeing over 2,500 animals in their naturalistic nighttime habitats.
Indian Dinner at local Indian restaurant and overnight at hotel in Singapore.
Meal:  Dinner

Day 2
City tour of Singapore & Sentosa Island Tour
After breakfast sit at the comfort of your coach and proceed for the exciting half day city tour of Singapore drive pass the City Hall, Parliament House, the Tower-like Westin Stamford Hotel and Mount Faber. Take a photo stop at Singapore's famous symbol - the Merlion and the Esplanade.
Later proceed to Sentosa Island - where "Fun happens all the time." Visit the Underwater World, Asia's most popular oceanarium and home to more than 2,500 marine animals. Delight yourself at the Dolphin Lagoon and get a rare opportunity to interact with the charming pink dolphins. Stroll down the 120-metre long mosaic walkway, the Merlion Walk. We Wrap up the evening with the mesmerizing night show by the sea - 'Wings of Time.". Discover an awe-inspiring display of water, laser and fire effects, weaved together by a tale of friendship and courage that will leave you spell bound.
Indian Dinner at local Indian restaurant and overnight stay at Singapore Hotel.
Meal: Breakfast Lunch & Dinner

Day 3
Singapore – Universal Studio (Optional)
After breakfast day free to explore the city of Singapore , do shopping or take the optional tour to Universal Studio + SEA aquarium , in Universal Studio go beyond the screen and experience the movie, experience cutting edge rides, shows, attractions etc.
At SEA Aquarium begin the journey by travelling back in time by experiencing more than 100000 marine animals of over 800 species , across 49 different habitat.
Indian Dinner at local Indian restaurant and overnight stay at Singapore Hotel.
Meal: Breakfast Lunch & Dinner

Day 4
Singapore – Day Free
After breakfast day free to explore the city of Singapore , do shopping
Indian Dinner at local Indian restaurant and overnight stay at Singapore Hotel.
Meal: Breakfast Lunch & Dinner

Day 5: Departure
Today say good bye to all your friends and take a pledge to come back again soon. Get transferred to the airport to board your flight back home.
Meal: Breakfast

Includes :

  • Return economy class airfare including Airport taxes as on date
  • Singapore Visa Fees
  • Overseas Mediclaim
  • 4 Nights’ accommodation in Singapore
  • Daily Breakfast Lunch & Indian Dinners
  • Night Safari Tour including tram ride
  • Half day City tour of Singapore including Merlion Park & China Town
  • Afternoon till Sunset Sentosa Island including 1 way cable car ride, Images of Singapore, Dolphin Lagoon, Under Water World, Wings of Time.
  • Return Airport Transfers.
  • Services of English Speaking Guide.

Excludes :

  • Cost of Meals other than those specified in inclusions.
  • Cost of foreign exchange for personal expenses.
  • Cost of the Optional Tours
  • Any increase in airport taxes levied by airlines can affect the price.
  • Any increase in the cost owing to fluctuation in the rate of exchange.
  • Government Service Tax
  • Any expenses of personal nature such as tips to drivers, guides, representative laundry expenses, wines, mineral water, food and drinks not in the regular menus provided by us.
  • Surcharges if any

Terms and Conditions :

  • GST is not included in the price. The same will be charged on the total package cost payable.
  • Child Policy: 3 years old to 12 years old.
  • Actual rate of exchange will be applicable at the time of payment and as decided by the Company.
  • No refund for un-utilized tour or cancellations which may occur due to weather conditions.
  • All SIC rates are based on minimum guests traveling. Change in the number of guests could lead to a change in the cost of the package.
  • Above rates are not applicable during event/peak season surcharge periods. The rates for these periods would be advised at the time of booking.
  • All packages are subject to the Terms and Conditions of the Company.
  • Please read and understand all the terms and conditions before confirming.
  • In the event of non-availability of the quoted package, an alternate similar category hotel would be offered.
  • All above rates are based on special land combinational prices. No reduction or refund is applicable if one or all of the services are withdrawn.
  • Company reserves the right to furnish fresh quote for the package with additional or different inclusions from those offered in the above quote.
  • The above is calculated as per 1SGD – INR 50 as of date.

Important notes :

  • India Tours and Travels Terms and Conditions applicable (available on our website).
  • All services mentioned in the itinerary are subject to availability at the time of booking.
  • The total amount of the Booking shall be paid by the client no later than 45 days prior to the date of travel. If the client fails to pay the balance amount within this stipulated time of 45 days prior to the date of travel, then the booking shall be deemed to be cancelled and the entire Booking Amount shall be forfeited by our Company and the client shall not be entitled to any refund of the same.
  • Hotel Check-In is at 1400/1500 Hrs and Check-Out is at 1100/1200 Hrs.
  • Rate Of Exchange is applicable as per our company policy.
  • Debit/Credit Card Payment Will be Charged 2.5% Bank Charges Extra.
  • Cheque Payment Subject to Realisation. Booking will proceed after the Cheque Realisation.
  • All special requests like early Check-In, smoking, non-smoking, views, floors, king, twin, adjoining and/or interconnecting rooms are strictly subject to availability upon arrival and same cannot be guaranteed prior.
  • The above quotation is based on specific airline and hotels. In case if the same are not available as specified above, alternate options will be suggested. The difference in cost if any is payable extra.
  • Rates not valid during Diwali, Christmas, New Year and DSF period. Peak Season surcharges will apply.
  • Surcharges applicable during Conventions, Special Events and Trade fairs
  • Peak Season / Weekend Surcharges may be applicable at the time of confirmation.
  • VISA Approval is subject to Immigration Rules and Policies.
  • Travel Insurance rates will vary as per age of Passengers. Senior Citizens will be charged extra.
  • Midnight Surcharge will be applicable for transfers between 2300 hrs to 0700 hrs.
  • All the above room/rooms are of the lowest base category of the hotel.
  • The above itinerary can be reversed without prior notice.

 

 City

 Hotel

 Room Category

 Duration

 Singapore

 Cherry Loft or Similar 3 Star

 Standard

 4 Nights

 

Passenger
Type

Low Season

Peak Season

Super Offer Price

Per Adult on
Twin/Triple Sharing

75050
59999

77750
62200

79775
63820

Per Child
With Bed

71000
56800

73700
58960

75725
60580

Per Child
Without Bed

66950
53560

69650
55720

71675
57340

Per Adult on
Single Sharing

93275
74620

95975
76780

98000
78400

Rates are Ex – Mumbai.
Supplement Mumbai – Ahmedabad – Mumbai: Approx INR 4000 per person.

Validity

Season

Months

Low Season

March, July, August, September 2017

Peak Season

October,  November  2016

February, April, May, June  2017      

Super Peak Season

Dec-16

Jan-17

 

Departure Dates - Ex-Mumbai

Month

Departure Date

Month

Departure Date

November

12, 19

May

17, 21

December

3, 17

June

05, 10

January

13, 17

July

07, 18

February

10, 18

August

19, 26

March

12,19

September

14, 18

April

22,26

   

 

Optional Tours

Sightseeing’s

Cost Per Adult

Cost Per Child

Universal Studio

SGD 90

SGD 70

Universal Studio with SEA Aquarium

SGD 110

SGD 90

Booking Procedure:

  • We request you to sign and send our booking form (as attached) by email scan / hard copy at the time of booking.
  • Kindly also submit passport copies (1st and last page) of the guests travelling by email scan or hard copy whatever feasible
  • We shall require non refundable deposit of Rs.10000 per adult/per child while making booking. The full balance payment shall be required minimum 30 days before travel date.
  • The payments can be made by cash /cheque at par /DD /RTGS /NEFT transfers etc . For cash payments above Rs.50000, we shall require pan card copy of the guests as per RBI guidelines.

The British, who were extending their dominion in India, and whose trade with China in the second half of the 18th century was expanding, saw the need for a port of call in this region to refit, revitalise and protect their merchant fleet, as well as to forestall any advance by the Dutch in the East Indies. As a result, they established trading posts in Penang (1786) and Singapore (1819), and captured Malacca from the Dutch (1795).

In late l818, Lord Hastings, Governor-General of India, gave tacit approval to Sir Stamford Raffles, Lieutenant-Governor of Bencoolen, to establish a trading station at the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula. On 29 January 1819, Raffles landed on the island of Singapore after having surveyed other nearby islands. The next day, he concluded a preliminary treaty with Temenggong Abdu'r Rahman to set up a trading post here. On 6 February 1819, a formal treaty was concluded with Sultan Hussein of Johor and the Temenggong, the de jure and defacto rulers of Singapore respectively.

Singapore proved to be a prized settlement. By 1820, it was earning revenue, and three years later, its trade surpassed that of Penang. In 1824, Singapore's status as a British possession was formalised by two new treaties. The first was the Anglo-Dutch Treaty of March 1824, by which the Dutch withdrew all objections to the British occupation of Singapore. The second treaty was made with Sultan Hussein and Temenggong Abdu'r Rahman in August, by which the two owners ceded the island out right to the British in return for increased cash payments and pensions.

The Straits Settlements

Singapore, together with Malacca and Penang, the two British settlements in the Malay Peninsula, became the Straits Settlements in 1826, under the control of British India. By 1832, Singapore had become the centre of government for the three areas. On 1 April 1867, the Straits Settlements became a Crown Colony under the jurisdiction of the Colonial Office in London.

With the advent of the steamship in the mid-1860s and the opening of the Suez Canal in 1869, Singapore became a major port of call for ships plying between Europe and East Asia. And with the development of rubber planting, especially after the 1870s, it also became the main sorting and export centre in the world for rubber. Before the close of the 19th century, Singapore was experiencing unprecedented prosperity and trade expanded eightfold between 1873 and 1913. The prosperity attracted immigrants from areas around the region. By 1860, the population had grown to 80,792. The Chinese accounted for 61.9 per cent of the number; the Malays and Indians 13.5 and 16.05 per cent respectively; and others, including the Europeans, 8.5 per cent.

The peace and prosperity ended when Japanese aircraft bombed the sleeping city in the early hours of 8 December 1941. Singapore fell to the Japanese on 15 February 1942, and was renamed Syonan (Light of the South). It remained under Japanese occupation for three and a half years.


Towards Self-Government

The British forces returned in September 1945 and Singapore came under the British Military Administration. When the period of military administration ended in March 1946, the Straits Settlements was dissolved. On 1 April 1946, Singapore became a Crown Colony. Penang and Malacca became part of the Malayan Union in 1946, and later the Federation of Malaya in 1948.

Postwar Singapore was a contrast to the prewar country of transient immigrants. The people, especially the merchant class, clamored for a say in the government. Constitutional powers were initially vested in the Governor who had an advisory council of officials and nominated non-officials. This evolved into the separate Executive and Legislative Councils in July 1947. The Governor retained firm control over the colony but there was provision for the election of six members to the Legislative Council by popular vote. Hence, Singapore's first election was held on 20 March 1948.

When the Communist Party of Malaya tried to take over Malaya and Singapore by force, a state of emergency was declared in June 1948. The emergency lasted for 12 years. Towards the end of 1953, the British government appointed a commission under Sir George Rendel to review Singapore's constitutional position and make recommendations for change. The Rendel proposals were accepted by the government and served as the basis of a new constitution that gave Singapore a greater measure of self-government.

The 1955 election was the first lively political contest in Singapore's history. Automatic registration expanded the register of voters from 75,000 to over 300,000, and for the first time, it included large numbers of Chinese, who had manifested political apathy in previous elections. The Labor Front won 10 seats. The Peoples Action Party (PAP), which fielded four candidates, won three seats. David Marshall became Singapore's first Chief Minister on 6 April 1955, with a coalition government made up of his own Labor Front, the United Malays National Organization and the Malayan Chinese Association .

Marshall resigned on 6 June 1956, after the breakdown of constitutional talks in London on attaining full internal self government. Lim Yew Hock, Marshall's deputy and minister for Labor became the Chief Minister. The March 1957 constitutional mission to London led by Lim Yew Hock was successful in negotiating the main terms of a new Singapore Constitution. On 28 May 1958, the Constitutional Agreement was signed in London.

Self-government was attained in 1959. In May that year Singapore's first general election was held to choose 51 representatives to the first fully elected Legislative Assembly. The PAP won 43 seats, gleaning 53.4 percent of the total votes. On June 3, the new Constitution confirming Singapore as a self-governing state was brought into force by the proclamation of the Governor, Sir William Goode, who became the first Yang di-Pertuan Negara (Head of State). The first Government of the State of Singapore was sworn in on June 5, with Lee Kuan Yew as Singapore's first Prime Minister.

The PAP had come to power in a united front with the communists to fight British colonialism. The communists controlled many mass organizations, especially of workers and students. It was an uneasy alliance between the PAP moderates and the pro communists, with each side trying to use the other for its own ultimate objective--in the case of the moderates, to obtain full independence for Singapore as part of a non-communist Malaya; in the case of the communists, to work towards a communist take-over.

The tension between the two factions worsened from 1960 and led to an open split in 1961, with the pro-communists subsequently forming a new political party, the Barisan Sosialis. The other main players in this drama were the Malayans, who, in 1961, agreed to Singapore's merger with Malaya as part of a larger federation. This was also to include British territories in Borneo, with the British controlling the foreign affairs, defense and internal security of Singapore.


The Malaysia Proposal

On 27 May 1961, the Malayan Prime Minister, Tunku Abdul Rahman, proposed closer political and economic co-operation between the Federation of Malaya, Singapore, Sarawak, North Borneo and Brunei in the form of a merger. The main terms of the merger, agreed on by him and Lee Kuan Yew, were to have central government responsibility for defense, foreign affairs and internal security, but local autonomy in matters pertaining to education and labor. A referendum on the terms of the merger held in Singapore on 1 September 1962 showed the people's overwhelming support for PAP's plan to go ahead with the merger.

Malaysia was formed on 16 September 1963, and consisted of the Federation of Malaya, Singapore, Sarawak and North Borneo (now Sabah). Brunei opted out. Indonesia and the Philippines opposed the merger. President Sukarno of Indonesia worked actively against it during the three years of Indonesian confrontation.


Independence

The merger proved to be short-lived. Singapore was separated from the rest of Malaysia on 9 August 1965, and became a sovereign, democratic and independent nation.

Independent Singapore was admitted to the United Nations on 21 September 1965, and became a member of the Commonwealth of Nations on 15 October 1965. On 22 December 1965, it became a republic, with Yusof bin Ishak as the republic's first President.

Thereafter commenced Singapore's struggle to survive and prosper on its own. It also had to create a sense of national identity and consciousness among a disparate population of immigrants. Singapore's strategy for survival and development was essentially to take advantage of its strategic location and the favourable world economy.


Coming of Age

A massive industrialization program was launched with the extension of the Jurong industrial estate and the creation of smaller estates in Kallang Park, Tanjong Rhu, Redhill, Tiong Bahru and Tanglin Halt. The Employment Act and the Industrial Relations (Amendment) Act were passed in 1968 to promote industrial peace and discipline among the workforce.

The Economic Development Board was reorganized in 1968 and the Jurong Town Corporation and the Development Bank of Singapore were set up in the same year In 1970, the Monetary Authority of Singapore was established to formulate and implement Singapore's monetary policies.

In 1979, after the shock of two oil crisis, the Government started a program of economic restructuring. This was achieved by modifying education policies, expanding technology and computer education, offering financial incentives to industrial enterprises and launching a productivity campaign.

Public housing was given top priority. New towns sprang up and Housing and Development Board apartments were sold at a low cost. To encourage home ownership, Singaporeans were allowed to use their Central Provident Fund savings to pay for these apartments.

With the British Government's sudden decision in 1967 to withdraw its armed forces from Singapore by the end of 1971, Singapore set out to build up its own defence forces. The Singapore Armed Forces Training Institute was established in 1966 and compulsory national service was introduced in 1967. A Singapore Air Defense Command and a Singapore Maritime Command were set up in 1969. In August 1967, Singapore joined Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines and Thailand to form the Association of Southeast Asian Nations.

Singapore entered the 1970s as a politically stable state with a high rate of economic growth. The one-party Parliament that emerged from the 1968 general election became the pattern, with the PAP winning all seats in 1972,1976 and 1980. In the 1984 and 1991 general elections, the PAP won all but two and four seats respectively.

On 28 November 1990, a new chapter opened in Singapore's modern history Goh Cheok Tong became the second Prime Minster of Singapore when he took over the office from Lee Kuan Yew who resigned after having been Prime Minster since 1959.

On 12 August 2004, Lee Hsien Loong, son of Lee Kuan Yew became the third Prime Minister of Singapore. One of his major accomplishments was to propose the building of 2 Integrated Resorts (IR) in Singapore which creates a huge avenue for Singapore's economy. Prior to his appointment as PM, he served as Deputy Prime Minister (1991-2004), Minister of Finance.

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