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The Southeast Asian ‘It’ Kid, Singapore is one of those places that you will regret if you have a fetish for travelling. No, kidding, Singapore is like one stop shop to get everything that a traveller would want. From  temples to skyscrapers; luxe condos to verdant forests and from old-school shops to secret cocktail dens, Singapore feeds your wanderlust like no other destination can. Dubbed as the Tiger of the Asian economy, Singapore is also the busiest port in Southeast Asia and this host certainly knows how to keep guests happy. You can bank on its unfailing happening nightlife; cuisine,which by the way is legendary;  rich wildlife; alluring malls, which are certainly the buyers’ temples and botanic gardens to keep you engaged all through your visit. Singapore is definitely a cultural melting pot; at one moment you would be in  'Hong Kong' wet markets and malls of Chinatown and the next thing you know is that you are exploring the 'Mumbai' street scenes of Little India. This city-state has fragments of all the cultures in Asia and there is no doubt that you will lose your heart to Singapore in a single day you spend here.

Trip365 offers a Singapore experience that will remain etched in your memory forever. With our well-designed Singapore tour packages and itineraries, we ensure that your holiday in Singapore is everything and more that you have dreamt of.


  • Best Time To Visit

  • January–December

    Singapore is an all year round destination. Since the country does not face any variations in temperature, although the rainfall is somewhat higher between November and January but it is still worth visiting. If you’re a food lover or enjoy shopping, then the best time to visit Singapore would be around July as that's when the Great Singapore Sale and the Singapore Food Festival are held.

  • February–April

    The months between the summers and winters are quite pleasant. One has plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy.

  • May–June

    These are hottest months in Singapore.

  • July–September

    July is the the festive season and is enjoyed by the travellers. It is when the Great Singapore Sale and the Singapore Food Festival take place. The rest of the August and September remain pleasant weather-wise.

  • November–January

    November and January is the wettest period in Singapore. It is when showers can last for long periods of time.

At a Glance

  • Population:

    5, 535, 000
  • Language:

    English, Malay, Mandarin, Tamil
  • Currency:

    Singapore Dollar (SGD)
  • Time zone:

    SST (UTC+8)
  • Electricity:

    Type G (Irish/British 3-pin)
  • Dialing code:


Singapore Travel Tips

  • Singapore has laws relating to jaywalking, littering, chewing gum, smoking in illegal areas or dropping cigarette butts that are all strictly enforced.  You will be fined if caught.
  • The family is at the centre of the social structure in Singapore and elders are greatly respected. Elders are introduced first, are given preferential seating and are given the choicest food. When in Singapore make sure you follow suit and respect the older generation.
  • There are different ways to meet and greet in Singapore. The older generations expect traditional greetings. The ethnic Chinese will shake hands, ethnic Indians shake hands with members of the same sex (members of the opposite should bow the head and smile). Ethnic Malays shake hands between men, but otherwise bowing the head is a safe bet. If in doubt wait for the local to make the first move.
  • Be mindful of temple etiquette, when invited to a private home or entering a temple or mosque, remove your shoes.

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