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Singapore Tour Package with Zoo our - Night Safari Package and Sentosa Island

 

Explore Singapore with this package like never before. Enjoy Singapore ZooTour, Followed by In the evening proceed for Night Safari Tour, Next day we have full day for Singapore City tour and last day explore Sentosa island more with Chinese garden, Jurong Bird Park and Eco garden, Sunset at Sentosa Island and adventures at Singapore's Marine life Park - the World's Largest Oceanarium.

Enjoy Cable Car Ride and Underwater World w/Dolphin Lagoon at Sentosa Island. Sentosa Island offers a number of other fun and adventure activities and is visited by around five million people every year.

Experience the marine life without going inside water at world's largest oceanarium in Singapore. Enjoy thrilling water splashing rides at Adventure Cove water park and experience water rides like never before.

Avail this package through Holiday Travel and experience fun of being in Singapore.

 

Singapore Tour Package - 3 Nights/4 Days - with Flights - On actuals

Return Air Ticket   ( Delhi/Mumbai/Kolakata/Hyderabad/Chennai   -Singapore  -  Back ) 

           

  • Singapore  Package 

  • Return Air Ticket ( On actuals, lowest rates)

  • 3 Nights accommodation at Hotel Cherryloft -3*

  • 3 Breakfast

  • Airport Pick & Drop 

  • Singapore Zoo Night Safari

  • Half day Sentosa (One Way Cable car + Underwater World w/Dolphin lagoon + Images of Singapore + Song of Sea)  (SIC Basis)

  • Full Day Marine Life Park at RWS (Includes admission to S.E.A. Aquarium and Adventure Cove Waterpark + Return transfer)
  • Singapore Visa 

  • All Tour and Transfer on SIC Basis 

  • Including All Taxes

 

Cost - Rs. 31,500/- Per Person on Triple sharing 

Note - Above Rates are Subject To availability at the time of booking 

 

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Singapore Family Tour - zoo-night-safari-package-with-sentosa-island Itinerary


Day -1 - Singapore Tour - Shopping Tour till 4 PM

Singapore is a shopping paradise for visitors, with everything from massive malls to tiny, open-air boutiques, from high-tech electronics to dainty jewellery, everywhere you turn you'll find a dazzling array of consumer goods. Saving the big shopping day for the first day is a good idea because you are still full of cash

For a great, full and cultural experience, head to Oxford street or Chinatown or Little India. They're only about a six-minute MRT ride from each other, so if you're feeling really industrious, try to visit both.

Little India is the best spot to pick up authentic Indian handmade goods, include beautifully coloured saris and ayurvedic healing goods. For common goods, like jewellery, electronics, and clothing, visit the 24-hour Mustafa Centre, to get some of the least expensive Singapore souvenirs.


Spend time exploring the smaller stores in Little India. Visit the Little India Arcade, which is filled with authentic Indian goods. Grab a very inexpensive vegetarian Indian meal at Komala Vilas, and save room for dessert from the Indian Sweet Shop.

When you're done in Little India, head over to Chinatown. Skip the large common-goods shopping malls and head to Yue Hwa Chinese Products Emporium, just a block away from the heart of Chinatown. Once a hotel, now it is a six-floor emporium selling Chinese goods ranging from traditional medicine to porcelain figures. Visit the second floor lobby for an amazing selection of Chinese tea, from the inexpensive loose-leaf teas to $80,000 teapots.

Pick up some bak kwa (barbecued pork), either fresh or in vacuum sealed packs to take with you, at Bee Cheng Hiang. Wander along the vendor-packed Pagoda, Sago and Trengganu streets , and pick up some gorgeous fine silk, jade jewellery and Singapore souvenir t-shirts.

Head over to Blue Ginger and splurge on their signature chicken curry dish. Also go to Chinatown Complex Food Centre where you can get a plate of noodle for less than S$3.

Check out Hotels in Little India, Chinatown and Orchard Road for the highly recommended hotels and hostels in these areas.

 


Day -2 - Singapore Tour - Day Time Leisure on your own and Enjoy the Singapore street,

Prepare yourself and family for the Great Night Safari Package in evening..

Night Safari Tour from 6:00 PM


Night Safari Suggested Itinerary 1 (6.00pm - 11.15pm) OR (7.00pm - 12.00mm)


6.00pm - 7.15pm - Dine and Be Ready for Action
Arrival at Night Safari, Have dinner at Bongo Burgers while enjoying the fire-breathing Thumbuakar Performance at the entrance plaza.

 

7.15pm - 9.00pm - Tram + Walking Trails

Have a close encounter with the nocturnal creatures at your own leisurely pace when you explore our four interlinked walking trails. Each trail takes anywhere from 20 to 30 minutes, and brings you up close to a unique range of animals, many of which cannot be seen along the tram route.

Highlights of our walking trails:

Wallaby Trail
New Australasian-inspired trail features many exciting exhibits including one of the few free-ranging nocturnal Wallaby walk-through habitats in Asia. For creepy encounters with cave critters, head over to the Naracoorte Cave on the same trail.

East Lodge Trail
Get an up close view of the majestic Malayan tiger and the cunning spotted hyena through wild Africa and Asia.

Leopard Trail
Catch the beautiful leopard through our huge glass-fronted exhibit. Then journey into our walk-through exhibits to experience creatures of the night swooping around and above you at the Mangrove Walk and Giant Flying Squirrel Aviary.

Fishing Cat Trail
Witness the deft hunting skills of the fishing cat as it tries to outwit the fishes and reel in its dinner in front of your eyes.

 

9.30pm - 10.00pm - Creatures of the Night Show
Arrive at the amphitheatre at least 30 minutes earlier to secure a spot since seating availability is on a first-come, first-served basis. Then sit back and watch our star performers like the binturong and giant boa in action.

 

10.00pm - 10.45pm - Tram Tour of 7 geographical regions

The best way to begin your exploration of Singapore’s No. 1 Nightspot is on The guided tram tour. This exciting 40-minute expedition is a delightful way to travel deep into the domain of the world’s most fascinating nocturnal animals. Your knowledgeable tram guide will fill you in on the special residents as you journey through 7 geographical zones of the world.

Head to the main tram station to embark on your tram journey of discovering the wildlife of the 7 geographical regions, beginning with the Himalayan Foothills, Indian Subcontinent and Equatorial Africa.


Explore 7 geographical regions

Himalayan Foothills


Imagine an evening’s drive along the foothills of the Himalayan mountain range. Our journey into the 7 zones of the Night Safari begins in this rocky terrain marked by arid vegetation and steep slopes.

Bharals Amid the sound of gushing mountain water, you will be greeted by the sight of the Himalayan tahrs. In their naturalistic habitat, these wild mountain goats can be seen standing sure-footedly on the rocky outcrops. This habitat is also home to the bharals. Watch them grazing peacefully in the night and you’ll be able to see why these animals are also known as blue sheep.

On a rugged hillside, you’ll want to watch out for the world’s largest wild goat, the markhors. Looking more like creatures out of a fairy tale, they owe their mythical appearance to their long corkscrewing horns. And just before you cross over to the majestic Indian Subcontinent, keep a lookout for other mountain dwellers like the mouflons, ancestors of the domestic sheep.

Indian Subcontinent


This diverse landscape lies just beyond the shadow of the Himalayan Foothills.

The first animals on this journey are the barasingha deer with their antlers that can have as many as 12 branches. These deer share their habitat with a pair of Manchurian cranes which have adapted to living in the swamplands.

Striped hyenas Keep an eye out for predators as we approach the territory of the striped hyenas. The only species of hyenas found in Asia, these striped scavengers are active in the night; you’ll be able to a great view of their night-time foraging behaviour from the tram.

The route also takes you to explore a section of the dense Gir Forest of India where Gir lions roam proudly with their pride. Even though they’re smaller than their African cousins, these Asian lions are equally aggressive. Despite that, sadly only around 300 of them exist in the wild today. Night Safari is proud to say we continue to be successful in breeding these kings of the jungle.

Sloth bear Our Indian Subcontinent zone is also home to the sloth bear. In fact, the animal might already catch your attention before you see it; listen out for the loud sucking noises it makes as it tries to extract delicious morsels from nearby insect mounds.

The East Lodge Station marks the end of the Indian Subcontinent tram route and the start of the fascinating Equatorial Africa region. Visitors who wish to explore the walking trails can alight at the East Lodge Station and head on foot to explore the Leopard Trail.


Equatorial Africa


At the northern-most tip of the Night Safari tram route, a gentle turn takes you to the plains of Equatorial Africa. Here you will see familiar wildlife favourites including giraffes, zebras, hippopotami, spotted hyenas and more.

Scimitar-horned Oryx Out in the open grassland, herbivores like the Grant’s zebras, Cape giraffes and oryxes reside peacefully, grazing the night away. View them at a more leisurely pace from our paved walking paths after the tram ride.

Past the grassland and into the farther reaches of the savannah, you may feel as though you are being watched. Our clan of spotted hyenas are nearby. Known for their excellent eyesight and hearing which make them skilled hunters in the night, these dog-like animals are actually a closer relative to cats.  Famous for their rowdy vocals, you might be treated a sampling of why they are nicknamed ‘laughing hyenas’.

Over on the other side of the tram track, the lechwe antelopes reign. Among the most aquatic of Africa’s antelopes, they are blessed with greasy, waterproof coats that help the animal stay dry when they dive the waters of their wilderness home for aquatic grass.

Farther along in the grasslands, watch out for the biggest African antelopes – the bongos. The spiralling horns and white stripes adorning their chestnut red coat make them a striking sight.

Nile hippos Another heavyweight in the wild that you should look out for here are the Nile hippos. Just before the tram crosses into the Indo-Malayan Region, you will be able to spot these grass-eating creatures that kill more humans in Africa than any other animals. Listen out as our tram guide gives you the full story.


Indo-Malayan Region


From Equatorial Africa, we enter the lush rainforests and mangrove habitats of the Indonesian and Malayan regions.

Here, you will see the peculiar looking babirusa, a pig with canines that pierce through their upper jaws. Tough as the canines look, they break off easily and are more of a “show-off” item for attracting females.

Babirusa Our babirusa family live right next door to the meat-loving Malayan tiger. These apex predators may have no equal in the jungle but they are threatened by poachers and habitat destruction. With fewer than 500 left in the Malaysian rainforest, Malayan tigers join almost every other tiger species on the endangered list.
The Indo-Malayan region of our journey leads into the Asian Riverine Forest where you can find the Night Safari’s majestic bull elephant, Chawang, and more!


Asian Riverine Forest


Out of the jungles of the Indo-Malayan region, the tram meanders into the riverine rainforests of Southeast Asia.

Major highlights along this route are the encounters with the free-roaming Malayan tapirs and, of course, the all-time favourite Asian elephants.

Keep your eyes peeled for the tapirs whose black and white coats give them excellent camouflage in the dark. They almost always appear within an arm’s length of the tram, foraging slowly for shoots and leaves in the undergrowth.

Bull elephant Our Asian elephant family is also a sight to behold. While you are greeted by our herd of female elephants and their young, make sure you keep an eye out for Chawang, our famed bull elephant and mascot of Night Safari. For an even closer encounter that includes an unforgettable interactive session with the elephants, sign up for our Premium Safari Adventurer Tour!

The bearded pigs and the highly social red dholes also call this region home. Swift and nimble, the endangered red dholes live in tight-knit packs in the wild. Here, you can see the wild dogs in their naturalistic forest clearing habitat.

From the Asian Riverine Forest, the tram descends into the Nepalese River Valley for an encounter with the diverse life forms of the wet marshlands and low-lying terrain.


Nepalese River Valley


As the tram journeys on, be prepared to catch full view of a rich array of animals foraging in the moonlight. The tram will drive through the forest habitat of one of the largest Asian deer, the sambar. Within the same habitat, look out for a herd of free-ranging spotted axis deer which are often seen dashing across the track while narrowly avoiding the tram. The world’s tallest flying birds, the saurus cranes, can also be seen, sometimes strutting right up to park visitors.

Greater Asian Rhinoceros Along the Nepalese River Valley route, listen out for the howl of the Indian wolf. Some believe they are howling to the moon, while others think they are calling out to something else – you decide.
Look out also for the living armoured charger - the greater Asian rhinoceros! This giant of the wetlands looks like a charging tank with its extremely thick grey skin and intimidating horn. Unfortunately, its sought-after horn makes it a target for poaching. As a result, there are reportedly fewer than 2,000 greater Asian rhinoceros left in the wild today.

This region precedes the Burmese Hillside where you’ll be able to spot the world’s largest wild cattle that can jump up to 6 feet high!


Burmese Hillside


The Burmese Hillside is the last zone along the Night Safari’s guided tram tour. This route takes you into the moist tropical and dry subtropical deciduous forests of the region.

Gaur Asiatic black bear Malayan tiger

Here, bantengs and gaurs graze calmly in their naturalistic hillside habitat. The gaurs are amongst the largest of the wild cattle, with dominant bulls possessing massive humps on their back. Weighing as much as a tonne, they have been known to clear a six-foot fence with a standing jump! Bantengs, on the other hand, are the petite counterpart of the wild cattle species, with a smaller head and more slender neck. Banteng bulls tend to have a more extraordinary look, with a horn-like patch on their foreheads that connects the two horns, creating the look of a Viking headdress. 

The Burmese countryside is also where you can catch sight of the thamins or the golden deer. These gentle creatures are possibly the most striking of all deer with their impressive antlers that grow backwards in a graceful long arc.


Night Safari Newest Resident

The newest resident here is Malaysia’s national animal, the Malayan tiger. Within closer view of visitors than ever, this magnificent creature can often be spotted prowling or lounging around its spacious new home. Sadly, these highly endangered animals are frequently poached and sought after for their unfounded medicinal benefits. As estimated by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), fewer than 500 of these big cats are left in the wild today. 


Night Safari Latest Editions

Don’t forget to look out for Night Safari’s latest addition, the Asiatic black bears, as you exit the forest. These big-eared, omnivorous bears are also known as moon bears or white-chested bears due to the v-shaped patch of white fur on their chest. Their existence in the wild is precarious because their habitat is being destroyed due to deforestation and their gall bladders are prized for traditional medicine use.  


10.45pm - 11.15pm - End of the Night Safari
Head out of the park and swing by Night Safari’s gift shop to bring home unique souvenirs from our wide range of exclusive collectibles and park merchandise.

Departure from Night Safari.

 

Day -3 - Singapore Zoo Visit - let the hangover continue


9:00am - Arrival at Singapore Zoo.
Spend some time with our playful Asian small-clawed otters at Rainforest Walk before heading to Gibbon Island to visit our energetic primates.

 

9.30am - 10.20am
Indulge in a hearty buffet spread with our orang utans at Jungle Breakfast with Wildlife at Ah Meng Restaurant. Get your pictures taken with them too.

 

10.30am - 11.00am
See our Californian sea lion show off his water skills at the Splash Safari Show at Shaw Foundation Amphitheatre. Get into the wet area if you fancy getting splashed.

 

11.05am - 11.20am
Stroll around Primate Kingdom to marvel at our large collection of agile tree-dwellers.

 

11.30am - 12.00 noon
Go to the Elephants of Asia exhibit to catch our gentle giants getting down to business or see what sort of mischief they get up to at the Elephants At Work and Play Show.

 

12.00nn -12.15pm
Visit our award-winning Great Rift Valley of Ethiopia exhibit that features a troop of close to 90 hamadryas baboons and other Ethiopian creatures. You will also experience the native Ethiopian lifestyle with recreations of rustic tribal villages and artifacts.

 

12.40pm - 1.15pm


Rainforest Kidzworld
 

Treat your kids to the Wild Animal Carousel Ride and bring along some swim gear to splash around in at the Water Play Area. Then catch a ride on our colonial horse carriage with your family!

OR


Fragile Forest
This walk-through recreation of a rainforest allows you to come up close with our critters such as the free-ranging mousedeers, lemurs and sloths.

 

1.20pm - 1.30pm
Take the tram from Tram Stop 2 and alight at the final point (near the free-ranging orang utan island). Walk 5-8 minutes to the exit (main entrance).

Don't forget to bring back some attractive souvenirs from the gift shop (at the entrance)!

 

1.30pm onwards


For lunch, we suggest:
 

Ah Meng Kitchen : Delight your taste buds here! Ah Meng Kitchen serves up a range of authentic Singaporean favourites such as Nasi Lemak (coconut milk rice), Fried Bee Hoon (vermicelli), Laksa and a range of crispy fried snacks.

The Wild Deli : For the bread lovers, we have a fine selection of gourmet sandwiches and coffee for your enjoyment!

• For a sweet end to the day, treat yourself to some premium ice cream at Safari Scoops.

All the three food outlets above are located at the Zoo entrance.

Departure from Singapore Zoo.

Option-2 - We cab also take the evening Singapore Zoo tour

For dinner, we recommend:
• Ah Meng Kitchen : Delight your taste buds here! Ah Meng Kitchen serves up a range of authentic Singaporean favourites such as Nasi Lemak (coconut milk rice), Fried Bee Hoon (vermicelli), Laksa and a range of crispy fried snacks.

• The Wild Deli : For the bread lovers, we have a fine selection of gourmet sandwiches and coffee for your enjoyment!

• For a sweet end to the day, treat yourself to some premium ice cream at Safari Scoops.

All the three food outlets above are located at the Zoo entrance.

 

Day 4 - Singapore Sentosa Island Tour

You could theoretically spend your entire Singapore vacation on Sentosa Island and never run out of things to do, but since this is all about hitting the highlights and seeing the best of Singapore, one day will have to do for now. 

Sentosa translates to "peace and tranquility," and yes, you'll find plenty of that if you're looking for it. However, you'll also find plenty of thrills and excitement on the island.

Tanjong beach on Sentosa is the best spot for relaxing on Sentosa Island. Silosa Beach is for the sporty types who like to play beach volleyball or work up a sweat, and Palawan Beach is great if you want to stay close to all the action, but Tanjong Beach is truly the embodiment of Sentosa's "peace and tranquility." More on Sentosa Beaches.


After you've had your fill of quiet relaxation, head back towards Palawan beach and grab lunch in the Koufu Food Court. This is your chance to try one of the "must-have" savoury Local Singapore Dishes. If you like seafood, try the Black Pepper Crabs. Otherwise, go with the Hainanese Chicken Rice.

Take a tram to Siloso Point and walk into Sentosa Underwater World and Dolphin Lagoon. Plan to arrive in the attraction by 1PM, so you have a little time to wander around before the 2pm "Meet the Dolphins and Fu Seals" show. Watch Sentosa Underwater World Video.

Sentosa Underwater World Touch Pool

Also, as soon as you get into the attraction, head over to the Fish Reflexology spa and schedule an appointment for one of the strangest, yet effective, pedicures in the world. You'll dip your tired, achy feet (from all that walking you did on Day 1) into a pool of Turkish spa fish and let them literally eat away all that dry, flaky skin. Spas all around the world have tried to duplicate this experience, but the practice originated in Singapore, and no one does it better.

If you're the adventurous type, spend the rest of the afternoon at the MegaZip Adventure Park, where you can fly high above the tree canopy on a zip line. If you like the idea of adventure but prefer to keep your feet on the ground, check out Sentosa CineBlast. This multi-million dollar virtual rollercoaster gives you all the thrills of the real thing without the terror of actually plunging hundreds of feet to your doom. Get the 2-in-One Combo package and pay one lower price for both CineBlast and Desperados. More on other Sentosa Attractions.


Sit down for a relaxing dinner at Silk Road of the Sea on Palawan Beach. The neatest thing about this contemporary restaurant is that its menu is based on the places along Marco Polo's route from North and South China to Venice, back in the 13th century. Enjoy your meal, but be sure to finish up by about 7:30pm, as you won't want to miss Wings of Time . The nightly show combines pyrotechnics with water effects and lights to create a stunning display that lights up the night. 

 

Day 5 - Relax with Nature ( Chinese Garden Jurong Park,Ecogarden Tour)

By now, you should be exhausted from all your Singapore adventures, The Chinese Garden, also known as Jurong Gardens, provides a stunning array of traditional Chinese gardens set against the architectural beauty of a 7-storey Pagoda and a gorgeous arch bridge. In the Gardens of Abundance section, one of the newest gardens, you'll marvel at the 100-year old pomegranate trees nestled among statues representing the 12 Chinese Zodiac animals. Admission to the main garden and Bonsai garden are free. However, ticket prices for entrance to the Garden of Abundance and Live Turtle & Tortoise Museum are $2 for Adults, $1 for Children and $5 for Adult, $3 for Children respectively.

If Chinese Garden does not sound impressive to you, you may choose to visit a much bigger and newer garden located in Marina Bay: Gardens by the Bay.


Spend the rest of your afternoon at nearby Jurong Bird Park, one of the most spectacular bird parks on the planet. Stroll through the Palm Plaza Garden and admire the black swans as they float serenely on their pond, then snap some gorgeous, frame-worthy pictures in the African Waterfall Aviary, the largest walk-in aviary in the world. You'll be delighted by more than 1,500 flying African birds as they glide through the air against the breath-taking waterfall backdrop.


Feed the Birds, tour the nocturnal birds exhibit, and take a ride on the park's panorail before grabbing a quick dinner at Hawk Cafe in the park. For your tour planning, check out Jurong Bird Park Tour Itinerary.

For those on a Family Vacation, you may also like to visit the nearby attraction Singapore Science Centre. The Science Centre Singapore, one of the world’s top science centres, provides an engaging and fascinating experience for the whole family. You’ll learn all about the scientific, technological, and mathematical fields while enjoying plenty of hands-on activities. 


Both adults and children will enjoy walking through the Ecogarden, where plants are free to grow untamed and insects can enjoy a bountiful feast without being run off. The garden features a Lime Tree Garden and a miniature orchard. After exploring the gardens, climb the spiraling ramp into the tree house, where parents can relax while the children play.

 
If birds is not your thing, you may want to visit River Safari instead, the latest attraction in Singapore. It's located just next to the Night Safari.

 

Singapore 5 Day Tour package with Marine Life Park- Inclusions:

  • 3 nights accommodation with daily breakfast

  • Arrival and Departure transfer (Private)

  • Half day City tour (SIC Basis)

  • Half day Sentosa (One Way Cable car + Underwater World w/Dolphin lagoon + Images of Singapore + Song of Sea)  (SIC Basis)

  • Full Day Marine Life Park at RWS (Includes admission to S.E.A. Aquarium and Adventure Cove Waterpark + Return transfer)

  • All tours will be conducted in English

Singapore 4 Day Tour package with Marine Life Park -Package Itinerary:

  • Day 01: Welcome by Holiday Travel Executive at Airport and Check in to hotel. Day is free at your leisure

  • Day 02: After Breakfast leave for Half day City Tour at 0830 hrs (3.5 hrs) and after that at 1330 hrs afternoon till sunset at Sentosa Island (6.5 hrs)

  • Day 03: After breakfast leave for Full day  Marine Life Park at RWS tour 0930 hr (8 hrs duration)

  • Day 04: After breakfast departure transfer to Airport.

 

Singapore 4 Day Tour package with Marine Life Park - Rates/Dates/Hotels

Starts from USD 470 or Rs.29,610/- per person on sharing basis

 

Please Note

  • GST@3.09% extra

  • Above rates are for a group of 02 persons. For a bigger group, please contact us

  • Rates are subject to change

 

 



Singapore Zoo-Night Safari Package with Sentosa Island  from India  - Inclusions

  • 3 nights accommodation with daily breakfast
  • Arrival and Departure transfer (Private)
  • Half day City tour (SIC Basis)
  • Half day Sentosa (One Way Cable car + Underwater World w/Dolphin lagoon + Images of Singapore + Song of Sea)  (SIC Basis)
  • Full Day Marine Life Park at RWS (Includes admission to S.E.A. Aquarium and Adventure Cove Waterpark + Return transfer)
  • All tours will be conducted in English



Singapore Zoo-Night Safari Package with Sentosa Island  from India  - Inclusions

  • 3 nights accommodation with daily breakfast
  • Arrival and Departure transfer (Private)
  • Half day City tour (SIC Basis)
  • Half day Sentosa (One Way Cable car + Underwater World w/Dolphin lagoon + Images of Singapore + Song of Sea)  (SIC Basis)
  • Full Day Marine Life Park at RWS (Includes admission to S.E.A. Aquarium and Adventure Cove Waterpark + Return transfer)
  • All tours will be conducted in English

Singapore-zoo-night-safari-package-with-sentosa-island Itinerary


Day -1 - Singapore Tour - Shopping Tour till 4 PM

Singapore is a shopping paradise for visitors, with everything from massive malls to tiny, open-air boutiques, from high-tech electronics to dainty jewellery, everywhere you turn you'll find a dazzling array of consumer goods. Saving the big shopping day for the first day is a good idea because you are still full of cash

For a great, full and cultural experience, head to Oxford street or Chinatown or Little India. They're only about a six-minute MRT ride from each other, so if you're feeling really industrious, try to visit both.

Little India is the best spot to pick up authentic Indian handmade goods, include beautifully coloured saris and ayurvedic healing goods. For common goods, like jewellery, electronics, and clothing, visit the 24-hour Mustafa Centre, to get some of the least expensive Singapore souvenirs.


Spend time exploring the smaller stores in Little India. Visit the Little India Arcade, which is filled with authentic Indian goods. Grab a very inexpensive vegetarian Indian meal at Komala Vilas, and save room for dessert from the Indian Sweet Shop.

When you're done in Little India, head over to Chinatown. Skip the large common-goods shopping malls and head to Yue Hwa Chinese Products Emporium, just a block away from the heart of Chinatown. Once a hotel, now it is a six-floor emporium selling Chinese goods ranging from traditional medicine to porcelain figures. Visit the second floor lobby for an amazing selection of Chinese tea, from the inexpensive loose-leaf teas to $80,000 teapots.

Pick up some bak kwa (barbecued pork), either fresh or in vacuum sealed packs to take with you, at Bee Cheng Hiang. Wander along the vendor-packed Pagoda, Sago and Trengganu streets , and pick up some gorgeous fine silk, jade jewellery and Singapore souvenir t-shirts.

Head over to Blue Ginger and splurge on their signature chicken curry dish. Also go to Chinatown Complex Food Centre where you can get a plate of noodle for less than S$3.

Check out Hotels in Little India, Chinatown and Orchard Road for the highly recommended hotels and hostels in these areas.

 


Day -2 - Singapore Tour - Day Time Leisure on your own and Enjoy the Singapore street, 

Prepare yourself and family for the Great Night Safari Package in evening..

Night Safari Tour from 6:00 PM


Night Safari Suggested Itinerary 1 (6.00pm - 11.15pm) OR (7.00pm - 12.00mm)


6.00pm - 7.15pm - Dine and Be Ready for Action
Arrival at Night Safari, Have dinner at Bongo Burgers while enjoying the fire-breathing Thumbuakar Performance at the entrance plaza.

 

7.15pm - 9.00pm - Tram + Walking Trails

Have a close encounter with the nocturnal creatures at your own leisurely pace when you explore our four interlinked walking trails. Each trail takes anywhere from 20 to 30 minutes, and brings you up close to a unique range of animals, many of which cannot be seen along the tram route.

Highlights of our walking trails:

Wallaby Trail
New Australasian-inspired trail features many exciting exhibits including one of the few free-ranging nocturnal Wallaby walk-through habitats in Asia. For creepy encounters with cave critters, head over to the Naracoorte Cave on the same trail.

East Lodge Trail
Get an up close view of the majestic Malayan tiger and the cunning spotted hyena through wild Africa and Asia.

Leopard Trail
Catch the beautiful leopard through our huge glass-fronted exhibit. Then journey into our walk-through exhibits to experience creatures of the night swooping around and above you at the Mangrove Walk and Giant Flying Squirrel Aviary.

Fishing Cat Trail
Witness the deft hunting skills of the fishing cat as it tries to outwit the fishes and reel in its dinner in front of your eyes.

 

9.30pm - 10.00pm - Creatures of the Night Show
Arrive at the amphitheatre at least 30 minutes earlier to secure a spot since seating availability is on a first-come, first-served basis. Then sit back and watch our star performers like the binturong and giant boa in action.

 

10.00pm - 10.45pm - Tram Tour of 7 geographical regions

The best way to begin your exploration of Singapore’s No. 1 Nightspot is on The guided tram tour. This exciting 40-minute expedition is a delightful way to travel deep into the domain of the world’s most fascinating nocturnal animals. Your knowledgeable tram guide will fill you in on the special residents as you journey through 7 geographical zones of the world.

Head to the main tram station to embark on your tram journey of discovering the wildlife of the 7 geographical regions, beginning with the Himalayan Foothills, Indian Subcontinent and Equatorial Africa.


Explore 7 geographical regions

Himalayan Foothills


Imagine an evening’s drive along the foothills of the Himalayan mountain range. Our journey into the 7 zones of the Night Safari begins in this rocky terrain marked by arid vegetation and steep slopes.

Bharals Amid the sound of gushing mountain water, you will be greeted by the sight of the Himalayan tahrs. In their naturalistic habitat, these wild mountain goats can be seen standing sure-footedly on the rocky outcrops. This habitat is also home to the bharals. Watch them grazing peacefully in the night and you’ll be able to see why these animals are also known as blue sheep.

On a rugged hillside, you’ll want to watch out for the world’s largest wild goat, the markhors. Looking more like creatures out of a fairy tale, they owe their mythical appearance to their long corkscrewing horns. And just before you cross over to the majestic Indian Subcontinent, keep a lookout for other mountain dwellers like the mouflons, ancestors of the domestic sheep.

Indian Subcontinent


This diverse landscape lies just beyond the shadow of the Himalayan Foothills.

The first animals on this journey are the barasingha deer with their antlers that can have as many as 12 branches. These deer share their habitat with a pair of Manchurian cranes which have adapted to living in the swamplands.

Striped hyenas Keep an eye out for predators as we approach the territory of the striped hyenas. The only species of hyenas found in Asia, these striped scavengers are active in the night; you’ll be able to a great view of their night-time foraging behaviour from the tram.

The route also takes you to explore a section of the dense Gir Forest of India where Gir lions roam proudly with their pride. Even though they’re smaller than their African cousins, these Asian lions are equally aggressive. Despite that, sadly only around 300 of them exist in the wild today. Night Safari is proud to say we continue to be successful in breeding these kings of the jungle.

Sloth bear Our Indian Subcontinent zone is also home to the sloth bear. In fact, the animal might already catch your attention before you see it; listen out for the loud sucking noises it makes as it tries to extract delicious morsels from nearby insect mounds.

The East Lodge Station marks the end of the Indian Subcontinent tram route and the start of the fascinating Equatorial Africa region. Visitors who wish to explore the walking trails can alight at the East Lodge Station and head on foot to explore the Leopard Trail.


Equatorial Africa


At the northern-most tip of the Night Safari tram route, a gentle turn takes you to the plains of Equatorial Africa. Here you will see familiar wildlife favourites including giraffes, zebras, hippopotami, spotted hyenas and more.

Scimitar-horned Oryx Out in the open grassland, herbivores like the Grant’s zebras, Cape giraffes and oryxes reside peacefully, grazing the night away. View them at a more leisurely pace from our paved walking paths after the tram ride.

Past the grassland and into the farther reaches of the savannah, you may feel as though you are being watched. Our clan of spotted hyenas are nearby. Known for their excellent eyesight and hearing which make them skilled hunters in the night, these dog-like animals are actually a closer relative to cats.  Famous for their rowdy vocals, you might be treated a sampling of why they are nicknamed ‘laughing hyenas’.

Over on the other side of the tram track, the lechwe antelopes reign. Among the most aquatic of Africa’s antelopes, they are blessed with greasy, waterproof coats that help the animal stay dry when they dive the waters of their wilderness home for aquatic grass.

Farther along in the grasslands, watch out for the biggest African antelopes – the bongos. The spiralling horns and white stripes adorning their chestnut red coat make them a striking sight.

Nile hippos Another heavyweight in the wild that you should look out for here are the Nile hippos. Just before the tram crosses into the Indo-Malayan Region, you will be able to spot these grass-eating creatures that kill more humans in Africa than any other animals. Listen out as our tram guide gives you the full story.


Indo-Malayan Region


From Equatorial Africa, we enter the lush rainforests and mangrove habitats of the Indonesian and Malayan regions.

Here, you will see the peculiar looking babirusa, a pig with canines that pierce through their upper jaws. Tough as the canines look, they break off easily and are more of a “show-off” item for attracting females.

Babirusa Our babirusa family live right next door to the meat-loving Malayan tiger. These apex predators may have no equal in the jungle but they are threatened by poachers and habitat destruction. With fewer than 500 left in the Malaysian rainforest, Malayan tigers join almost every other tiger species on the endangered list.
The Indo-Malayan region of our journey leads into the Asian Riverine Forest where you can find the Night Safari’s majestic bull elephant, Chawang, and more!


Asian Riverine Forest


Out of the jungles of the Indo-Malayan region, the tram meanders into the riverine rainforests of Southeast Asia.

Major highlights along this route are the encounters with the free-roaming Malayan tapirs and, of course, the all-time favourite Asian elephants.

Keep your eyes peeled for the tapirs whose black and white coats give them excellent camouflage in the dark. They almost always appear within an arm’s length of the tram, foraging slowly for shoots and leaves in the undergrowth.

Bull elephant Our Asian elephant family is also a sight to behold. While you are greeted by our herd of female elephants and their young, make sure you keep an eye out for Chawang, our famed bull elephant and mascot of Night Safari. For an even closer encounter that includes an unforgettable interactive session with the elephants, sign up for our Premium Safari Adventurer Tour!

The bearded pigs and the highly social red dholes also call this region home. Swift and nimble, the endangered red dholes live in tight-knit packs in the wild. Here, you can see the wild dogs in their naturalistic forest clearing habitat.

From the Asian Riverine Forest, the tram descends into the Nepalese River Valley for an encounter with the diverse life forms of the wet marshlands and low-lying terrain.


Nepalese River Valley


As the tram journeys on, be prepared to catch full view of a rich array of animals foraging in the moonlight. The tram will drive through the forest habitat of one of the largest Asian deer, the sambar. Within the same habitat, look out for a herd of free-ranging spotted axis deer which are often seen dashing across the track while narrowly avoiding the tram. The world’s tallest flying birds, the saurus cranes, can also be seen, sometimes strutting right up to park visitors.

Greater Asian Rhinoceros Along the Nepalese River Valley route, listen out for the howl of the Indian wolf. Some believe they are howling to the moon, while others think they are calling out to something else – you decide.
Look out also for the living armoured charger - the greater Asian rhinoceros! This giant of the wetlands looks like a charging tank with its extremely thick grey skin and intimidating horn. Unfortunately, its sought-after horn makes it a target for poaching. As a result, there are reportedly fewer than 2,000 greater Asian rhinoceros left in the wild today.

This region precedes the Burmese Hillside where you’ll be able to spot the world’s largest wild cattle that can jump up to 6 feet high!


Burmese Hillside


The Burmese Hillside is the last zone along the Night Safari’s guided tram tour. This route takes you into the moist tropical and dry subtropical deciduous forests of the region.

Gaur Asiatic black bear Malayan tiger

Here, bantengs and gaurs graze calmly in their naturalistic hillside habitat. The gaurs are amongst the largest of the wild cattle, with dominant bulls possessing massive humps on their back. Weighing as much as a tonne, they have been known to clear a six-foot fence with a standing jump! Bantengs, on the other hand, are the petite counterpart of the wild cattle species, with a smaller head and more slender neck. Banteng bulls tend to have a more extraordinary look, with a horn-like patch on their foreheads that connects the two horns, creating the look of a Viking headdress. 

The Burmese countryside is also where you can catch sight of the thamins or the golden deer. These gentle creatures are possibly the most striking of all deer with their impressive antlers that grow backwards in a graceful long arc.


Night Safari Newest Resident

The newest resident here is Malaysia’s national animal, the Malayan tiger. Within closer view of visitors than ever, this magnificent creature can often be spotted prowling or lounging around its spacious new home. Sadly, these highly endangered animals are frequently poached and sought after for their unfounded medicinal benefits. As estimated by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), fewer than 500 of these big cats are left in the wild today. 


Night Safari Latest Editions

Don’t forget to look out for Night Safari’s latest addition, the Asiatic black bears, as you exit the forest. These big-eared, omnivorous bears are also known as moon bears or white-chested bears due to the v-shaped patch of white fur on their chest. Their existence in the wild is precarious because their habitat is being destroyed due to deforestation and their gall bladders are prized for traditional medicine use.  


10.45pm - 11.15pm - End of the Night Safari
Head out of the park and swing by Night Safari’s gift shop to bring home unique souvenirs from our wide range of exclusive collectibles and park merchandise.

Departure from Night Safari.

 

Day -3 - Singapore Zoo Visit - let the hangover continue


9:00am - Arrival at Singapore Zoo.
Spend some time with our playful Asian small-clawed otters at Rainforest Walk before heading to Gibbon Island to visit our energetic primates.

 

9.30am - 10.20am
Indulge in a hearty buffet spread with our orang utans at Jungle Breakfast with Wildlife at Ah Meng Restaurant. Get your pictures taken with them too.

 

10.30am - 11.00am
See our Californian sea lion show off his water skills at the Splash Safari Show at Shaw Foundation Amphitheatre. Get into the wet area if you fancy getting splashed.

 

11.05am - 11.20am
Stroll around Primate Kingdom to marvel at our large collection of agile tree-dwellers.

 

11.30am - 12.00 noon
Go to the Elephants of Asia exhibit to catch our gentle giants getting down to business or see what sort of mischief they get up to at the Elephants At Work and Play Show.

 

12.00nn -12.15pm
Visit our award-winning Great Rift Valley of Ethiopia exhibit that features a troop of close to 90 hamadryas baboons and other Ethiopian creatures. You will also experience the native Ethiopian lifestyle with recreations of rustic tribal villages and artifacts.

 

12.40pm - 1.15pm


Rainforest Kidzworld
 

Treat your kids to the Wild Animal Carousel Ride and bring along some swim gear to splash around in at the Water Play Area. Then catch a ride on our colonial horse carriage with your family!

OR


Fragile Forest
This walk-through recreation of a rainforest allows you to come up close with our critters such as the free-ranging mousedeers, lemurs and sloths.

 

1.20pm - 1.30pm
Take the tram from Tram Stop 2 and alight at the final point (near the free-ranging orang utan island). Walk 5-8 minutes to the exit (main entrance).

Don't forget to bring back some attractive souvenirs from the gift shop (at the entrance)!

 

1.30pm onwards


For lunch, we suggest:
 

• Ah Meng Kitchen : Delight your taste buds here! Ah Meng Kitchen serves up a range of authentic Singaporean favourites such as Nasi Lemak (coconut milk rice), Fried Bee Hoon (vermicelli), Laksa and a range of crispy fried snacks.

• The Wild Deli : For the bread lovers, we have a fine selection of gourmet sandwiches and coffee for your enjoyment!

• For a sweet end to the day, treat yourself to some premium ice cream at Safari Scoops.

All the three food outlets above are located at the Zoo entrance.

Departure from Singapore Zoo.

Option-2 - We cab also take the evening Singapore Zoo tour

For dinner, we recommend:
• Ah Meng Kitchen : Delight your taste buds here! Ah Meng Kitchen serves up a range of authentic Singaporean favourites such as Nasi Lemak (coconut milk rice), Fried Bee Hoon (vermicelli), Laksa and a range of crispy fried snacks.

• The Wild Deli : For the bread lovers, we have a fine selection of gourmet sandwiches and coffee for your enjoyment!

• For a sweet end to the day, treat yourself to some premium ice cream at Safari Scoops.

All the three food outlets above are located at the Zoo entrance.

 

Day 4 - Singapore Sentosa Island Tour

You could theoretically spend your entire Singapore vacation on Sentosa Island and never run out of things to do, but since this is all about hitting the highlights and seeing the best of Singapore, one day will have to do for now. 

Sentosa translates to "peace and tranquility," and yes, you'll find plenty of that if you're looking for it. However, you'll also find plenty of thrills and excitement on the island.

Tanjong beach on Sentosa is the best spot for relaxing on Sentosa Island. Silosa Beach is for the sporty types who like to play beach volleyball or work up a sweat, and Palawan Beach is great if you want to stay close to all the action, but Tanjong Beach is truly the embodiment of Sentosa's "peace and tranquility." More on Sentosa Beaches.


After you've had your fill of quiet relaxation, head back towards Palawan beach and grab lunch in the Koufu Food Court. This is your chance to try one of the "must-have" savoury Local Singapore Dishes. If you like seafood, try the Black Pepper Crabs. Otherwise, go with the Hainanese Chicken Rice.

Take a tram to Siloso Point and walk into Sentosa Underwater World and Dolphin Lagoon. Plan to arrive in the attraction by 1PM, so you have a little time to wander around before the 2pm "Meet the Dolphins and Fu Seals" show. Watch Sentosa Underwater World Video.

Sentosa Underwater World Touch Pool

Also, as soon as you get into the attraction, head over to the Fish Reflexology spa and schedule an appointment for one of the strangest, yet effective, pedicures in the world. You'll dip your tired, achy feet (from all that walking you did on Day 1) into a pool of Turkish spa fish and let them literally eat away all that dry, flaky skin. Spas all around the world have tried to duplicate this experience, but the practice originated in Singapore, and no one does it better.

If you're the adventurous type, spend the rest of the afternoon at the MegaZip Adventure Park, where you can fly high above the tree canopy on a zip line. If you like the idea of adventure but prefer to keep your feet on the ground, check out Sentosa CineBlast. This multi-million dollar virtual rollercoaster gives you all the thrills of the real thing without the terror of actually plunging hundreds of feet to your doom. Get the 2-in-One Combo package and pay one lower price for both CineBlast and Desperados. More on other Sentosa Attractions.


Sit down for a relaxing dinner at Silk Road of the Sea on Palawan Beach. The neatest thing about this contemporary restaurant is that its menu is based on the places along Marco Polo's route from North and South China to Venice, back in the 13th century. Enjoy your meal, but be sure to finish up by about 7:30pm, as you won't want to miss Wings of Time . The nightly show combines pyrotechnics with water effects and lights to create a stunning display that lights up the night. More on Sentosa Newest Attractions.


Check out Hotels in Sentosa Island for the highly recommended hotels to stay in Sentosa.

 

Day 5 - Relax with Nature ( Chinese Garden Jurong Park,Ecogarden Tour)

By now, you should be exhausted from all your Singapore adventures, The Chinese Garden, also known as Jurong Gardens, provides a stunning array of traditional Chinese gardens set against the architectural beauty of a 7-storey Pagoda and a gorgeous arch bridge. In the Gardens of Abundance section, one of the newest gardens, you'll marvel at the 100-year old pomegranate trees nestled among statues representing the 12 Chinese Zodiac animals. Admission to the main garden and Bonsai garden are free. However, ticket prices for entrance to the Garden of Abundance and Live Turtle & Tortoise Museum are $2 for Adults, $1 for Children and $5 for Adult, $3 for Children respectively.

If Chinese Garden does not sound impressive to you, you may choose to visit a much bigger and newer garden located in Marina Bay: Gardens by the Bay.


Spend the rest of your afternoon at nearby Jurong Bird Park, one of the most spectacular bird parks on the planet. Stroll through the Palm Plaza Garden and admire the black swans as they float serenely on their pond, then snap some gorgeous, frame-worthy pictures in the African Waterfall Aviary, the largest walk-in aviary in the world. You'll be delighted by more than 1,500 flying African birds as they glide through the air against the breath-taking waterfall backdrop.


Feed the Birds, tour the nocturnal birds exhibit, and take a ride on the park's panorail before grabbing a quick dinner at Hawk Cafe in the park. For your tour planning, check out Jurong Bird Park Tour Itinerary.

For those on a Family Vacation, you may also like to visit the nearby attraction Singapore Science Centre. The Science Centre Singapore, one of the world’s top science centres, provides an engaging and fascinating experience for the whole family. You’ll learn all about the scientific, technological, and mathematical fields while enjoying plenty of hands-on activities. 


Both adults and children will enjoy walking through the Ecogarden, where plants are free to grow untamed and insects can enjoy a bountiful feast without being run off. The garden features a Lime Tree Garden and a miniature orchard. After exploring the gardens, climb the spiraling ramp into the tree house, where parents can relax while the children play.

 
If birds is not your thing, you may want to visit River Safari instead, the latest attraction in Singapore. It's located just next to the Night Safari.

Singapore Zoo-Night Safari Package with Sentosa Island  from India - Rates Dates Hotels

Singapore Tour Package with - 3 Nights/4 Days

        

  • Singapore  Package 
  • 3 Nights accommodation at Hotel Cherryloft -3*
  • 3 Breakfast
  • Airport Pick & Drop 
  • Singapore Half Day City Tour
  • Half day Sentosa (One Way Cable car + Underwater World w/Dolphin lagoon + Images of Singapore + Song of Sea)  (SIC Basis)
  • Full Day Marine Life Park at RWS (Includes admission to S.E.A. Aquarium and Adventure Cove Waterpark + Return transfer)
  • Singapore Visa 
  • All Tour and Transfer on SIC Basis 
  • Including All Taxes

Cost - Rs. 31,500/- Per Person on Triple sharing 

Note - Above Rates are Subject To availability at the time of booking 

 

Please Note

  • GST@3.09% extra
  • Above rates are for a group of 02 persons. For a bigger group, please contact us
  • Rates are subject to change

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