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Singapore and Bintan Indonesia Holiday Tour Package - Package Overview

Singapore and Bintan Indonesia Holiday Tour Package

Singapore and Bintan Holiday Tour Package: Overview

  • 3 Nights in Singapore

  • 2 Nights in Bintan - Indonesia ( 55 Kms away from Singapore)

Enjoy our 5 nights 6 days Singapore and Bintan Holiday Package and see the  world’s largest Bird Park, Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, Universal Studios, Night Safai and then Proceed to Bintan Island Indonesia for total relaxation for 2 Nights.

Bintan Island is placed in close proximity of Singapore ( Just 55 minutes or One hour away by Ferry) and spells luxury and comfort to the tourists. With spacious rooms, the swimming pools and the fun-filled activities, Nirwana Resorts offer a perfect recipe for romance and rejuvenation.

The Indonesian hospitality and the tranquil surroundings make it an ideal for a perfect Singapore Honeymoon. This Package also offer water sporting activities like snorkeling and kayaking for adventure buffs. Gazing at the blue ocean and sitting amidst the swaying trees romanticizes the trip. Situated far off from hustle bustle of the city life, Bintan Island is a perfect destination for Holidays and honeymooners.


Why Visit Singapore as Romantic Getaway?

Sentosa Island, which offers an exciting array of adventurous activities and things to do like visiting historical monuments, as well as world-class entertainment spots.

Singapore Zoo, Jurong Bird Park and Science Centre Singapore make for a great outing venue for families with kids and regular visitors alike.

The world’s largest oceanarium Dive into Marine Life Park, the world’s largest oceanarium and be inspired by the myriad marine wonders.

The Singapore Discovery Centre with mission to inspire a desire in the locals to contribute to Singapore’s future, through the sharing

Singapore and Bintan Indonesia Holiday Tour Package - Package Rates & Dates
Title Standard Prsice High Season Low Season NewYear/Festival Time
5N/6D Package
Chd- Hotel Lavender, Singapore / Bintan Lagoon, Bintan Island
Rs 64999 Rs 69999 Rs 59999 Rs 75999
Singapore and Bintan Indonesia Holiday Tour Package - Package Inclusion

Package Inclusions:-

  • 3 Nights accommodation in Singapore 

  • 2 Nights accommodation in Bintan - (Bintan Lagoon Resort / Similar*)

  • Singapore - Bintan - Singapore Ferry tickets

  • Daily breakfast

  • Return Airport transfers on SIC Basis

  • Half day city tour of Singapore on SIC basis

  • Night Safari tour on SIC basis

  • Afternoon till sunset tour of sentosa on SIC basis

  • Jurong bird park on SIC basis

  • Tour to universal studio on SIC basis

  • Airport taxes

  • Visa fee ( Bintan Visa on Arrival, Singapore Visa to be previously arranged)

Package Exclusion:-

  • Any Airfare

  • Lunch & Dinner

  • Any thing which is not mention in inclusion

  • Gst as applicable

Singapore and Bintan Indonesia Holiday Tour Package - Package Itinerary

Arrive at the fabulous Changi Airport in Singapore. Our local representative will be waiting outside the customs area to welcome and take you to your hotel. In evening, you will be taken for Night Safari Tour. Hop onboard the Safari tram and enjoy journey of wild animal encounters, YTour from Journey from the himalayan foothills to wild Equatorial africa with live commentary. Get a chance to come up-close with lions, tigers, tapirs, deer and more. Also see the nocturnal animals, from the exclusive owl to nimble binturongs to intuitive civerts.

Overnight at Hotel. (We can arrange private transfers from airport to hotel upon request).

After breakfast, take a half day tour of Singapore City covering Merlion, Chinatown, Mount Faber And Gem stone factory. In the Afternoon you can enjoy your day at sentosa island. Visit underwater world an incredible one-stop destination for the family- providing hours of fun, leisure and learning for all. Be thrilled no end by unique encounters with marine animals. What's more, meet with other residents of Dolphin Lagoon – the adorable fur seals as they perform alongside pink dolphins. Surrounded with lush tropical greenery, Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom showcases the stunning beauties of mother nature. With a great variety of fluttering butterflies and exotic insects, this tamed wilderness is sure to delight you. The Luge offers a truly unique outdoor experience suitable for all ages that is not found anywhere else in Singapore or Southeast Asia.

After Luge, board the Skyride and take in the fantastic panoramic scenery of the city skyline and beautiful coastline. Songs of the Sea brings you a mesmerizing show with a live cast, dramatic effects and pyrotechnics. Water jets, flame bursts, lasers and captivating music make this a one-of-a-kind entertainment spectacle that's fun for everyone. Overnight at Hotel. (We can arrange a candle light dinner upon request).

The Day 3 is bit packed, We have choice of Universal Studios or Jurong Bid Park, We will have half day in Singapore and then leave for Bintan by ferry in the afternoon.

After breakfast, Checkout from the Hotel and we will take you to universal studio where you can Live The Movies at the many exclusive attractions found only at the region’s first Hollywood movie theme park, Universal Studios Singapore. Featuring movie-themed rides and attractions, which are unique to Singapore, thrill seekers and families will be the first to experience many new rides and shows based on blockbuster hits. The young and young at heart will be entertained by Shrek and gang on an incredible 4-D adventure in the world’s first Far Far Away Castle. Thrill seekers can face warrior mummies on Revenge of the Mummy a psychological thrill ride in total darkness. Other highlights include Madagascar, New York, Hollywood, Sci Fi City and The Lost World. 


OptionalJurong Bird park: After Breakfast, Check out from Hotel and we will take you to Jurong Bird Park is the largest bird park in the world, offering a 20.2 hectare hillside haven for 5,000 birds representing 380 species. Key attractions include the Bird Discovery Centre, African Waterfall Aviary, Lory Loft Aviary, Southeast Asian Birds Aviary and Penguin Coast. 

In the Evening, return back to hotel and overnight stay in Singapore

After breakfast check out from the hotel and transfer to the Tanah Merah Ferry. Pick up from Tanah Merah Ferry and transfer to the hotel –Bintan Lagoon. Check into the hotel. Overnight at the hotel.


Today after breakfast we proceed for the Bintan site seeing and enjoyment. Remaining day is free at leisure to explore Island on your own. Overnight stay at hotel.

The Indonesian island of Bintan can be found amongst the Riau Islands, facing Singapore across the strait.

After Bali, Bintan Island is the most promoted destination in Indonesia, with primary focus around a resort enclave occupying the northern side of the island consisting of nine resorts and known as Bintan Resorts.

Check out from the hotel and transfer to the Tanah Merah Ferry. Pick up from Tanah Merah Ferry and transfer to the airport for your flight back home.  Catch flight for back home Bintan -Singapore-Delhi/mumbai

Singapore and Bintan Indonesia Holiday Tour Package - Package Other Details

About Bintan Island

The Indonesian island of Bintan can be found amongst the Riau Islands, facing Singapore across the strait.

After Bali, Bintan Island is the most promoted destination in Indonesia, with primary focus around a resort enclave occupying the northern side of the island consisting of nine resorts and known as Bintan Resorts.

Set over an area of about three hundred hectares, Bintan Resorts boasts unspoiled white beaches, luxury hotels, designer golf courses, world class facilities and a tropical climate.

Most visitors to Bintan arrive by ferry from Singapore’s Tanah Merah port which docks at Bandar Bentan Telani in the north and Tanjung Pinang on the islands west side. The Bintan Resorts Ferries operated catamaran takes just under an hour to complete the journey to Bentan Telani while the Sindo Ferry sailing to Tanjung Pinang in the west takes around two hours.

Hotel Details In Singapore

Hotel Name: Hotel Parc Sovereign, Albert Street 

Hotel Category:  Deluxe

Hotel Address: 175 ALBERT ST SINGAPORE 189970

Brief about the Hotel : Positioned as a mid-tier class hotel, Parc Sovereign Hotel – Albert St serves to impress guests with its stylish and comfortable, yet affordable accommodation. Located in the Arts, Culture, Learning and Entertainment hub of Singapore, guests can embark on a journey of discovery during their stay here. Explore the many art institutions, galleries and museums. Shop to your heart’s content in Bugis Village. Be amazed by the famous places of worships and watch the world go by. Discover and experience the multi-cultural aspects of Singapore, ranging from colorful Little India to ethnic Kampong Glam and the cultural-rich Chinatown, all within easy reach from the conveniently located Parc Sovereign Hotel - Albert St.

Hotel Name: The Bintan Lagoon Resort/ Equivalent

Hotel Category: Superior

Hotel Address: Jalan Indera Segara Site A12. Bintan Utara, Lagoi, Kepri 29155 Indonesia

This resort is just 55 minutes from the bustling and glitzy Singapore. It serves as a perfect hide-away for relaxation providing you an unmatched and memorable stay.

Bintan Lagoon resort is a renowned resorts set in more than 300 hectares of landscape gardens right at the beachfront. Bintan Lagoon resort is surrounded by unspoilt environment, crystal blue waters, white sand beaches, swaying palm trees and a beautiful, tranquil environment. The resort has 470 spacious deluxe rooms, suites and villas. All the guest rooms are fully furnished and equipped with modern facilities.

About Rooms - Each room has spacious and comfortable interiors, a balcony, in room basic amenities and modern entertainment and business equipments. The resort has 12 restaurants, bars and cafes offering you wide range of culinary delicacies from different parts of the world. A highly dedicated team of chefs produced unmatched culinary delicacies and coupled with warm personalized services, your dining experience will be a memorable one.

How to reach Singapore

By Air

Changi Airport is one of Asia’s best-connected airports and is an important hub for international aviation. Being an important gateway to Southeast Asia, mostly all major international airlines fly into Singapore. There is regular air traffic from Singapore to several destinations in Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Australia and North America. Regularly voted the world’s best airport, its facilities include a gym, several gardens, an outdoor pool, free internet, cafes and plenty of shops.

By Train

Singapore is connected to Malaysia, Johor Bahru and Kuala Lumpur by rail, with a route to Bangkok. There are three trains per day, including a sleeper. Trains depart from and arrive at the Tanjong Pagar MRT station Singapore.

By Water

Singapore is increasingly being used as a base for cruises throughout South East Asia. Being an island country, Singapore offers regular ferry services to Tanjung Belungkor in Malaysia and Riau Islands in Indonesia. Star cruises offer an experience of a lifetime and are a great way to reach Singapore.


Best Time to Visit Singapore

True to its location in Southeast Asia, Singapore generally remains hot and humid all year round.

July-September: While tourists visit throughout the year, the festive season is a great time to explore the many facets of Singapore, especially around July when the Great Singapore Sale and the Singapore Food Festival take place.

Feb-April: The months between the summers and winters are quite pleasant. Plenty of outdoor activities become available then.

November-January: The wettest months are between November and January, when showers can last for long periods of time, while the hottest months are May and June.


Places to Visit in Singapore for Honeymooners

Merlion Park

When you’re in the vicinity of the Merlion Park and One Fullerton, it’s hard to miss out on the iconic symbol, regarded as the pride of Singapore. The large Merlion statue, standing at a height of 28 feet has a lion’s head and a fish’s body and represents the city’s humble origins as a fishing village. From here, you can enjoy breathtaking views of the Marina Bay.


National Orchid Garden

Roses are overpriced and violets are hard to come by in Singapore. Why not enjoy the beauty of our national flower and all of its varieties? The National Orchid Garden is on the highest hill in the Singapore Botanic Gardens, and a quiet stroll there will make any romance bloom.


Jurong Bird Park

The park boasts of the world’s largest walk-in aviaries with the tallest man-made waterfall (30 metres high), where visitors can enjoy a close-up view of free-flying birds from Africa and South America in a tropical setting.

The aviaries are specially designed to closely resemble the natural habitat of the feathery friends. The 50-acre sanctuary offers educational and entertaining bird shows throughout the day.

Don’t miss out on the Birds n Buddies show that showcases a stunning display of the largest collection of birds. Watch pelicans in the first ever underwater viewing gallery as they prepare to catch their lunch, have colourful and friendly lories feed right out of your hands and be amazed by the singing parrot! Don’t leave the park without paying a visit to the world’s tallest artificial waterfall.


Singapore Flyer

Hop on to the world’s largest observation wheel and enjoy breathtaking 360° views, as you spot iconic and historical landmarks along the Singapore River. Before you board the flight, go on the Journey of Dreams and be awed by an engaging multimedia showcase that helps you understand the history of Singapore and the stories behind the Singapore Flyer. Nothing is more romantic than marvelling at the gorgeous night views of the city from atop the Observation Wheel. Indulge in a romantic four-course sky dining experience that comes with a personal butler.


Sentosa Island

Kick back and enjoy a day out with your family and loved ones in Singapore’s playground with its beaches, nature walks, spas, restaurants, entertainment and much more. This quaint island boasts of plenty of tourist attractions for all age groups. Open to visitors throughout the year, Sentosa Island is a must on your to-do list.


SEA Aquarium

Step into the world’s largest aquarium and discover the intriguing ocean and its even more intriguing creatures. Through the transparent glass panels, immerse yourself in the study of more than 800 marine inhabitants of the aquarium. The aquarium is home to some of the most awesome sea creatures like Napoleon wrasse, manta rays, and enormous goliath groupers. Take pictures of the ocean’s greatest predators – the shark.


Marina Bay Sands

If construction costs are a traveler’s bag, then they’ll delight in seeing the Marina Bay Sands, a resort that cost US$5.7 billion to build, making it the world’s most expensive building when it opened in 2010. The Marina Bay Sands is an integrated resort that has it all: a luxury hotel, restaurants, an endless collection of shops, a convention center that is one of the largest in Asia, theater, an ArtScience Museum and other entertainment centers. It also has an indoor skating rink made with synthetic ice.


Night Safari

Travelers who enjoy nightlife but are tired of the club scene should head over to Night Safari where nocturnal, not party, animals are on display. Since it opened in 1984, it is one of Singapore’s top attractions, with more than one million people annually enjoying a tram ride through seven of the world’s geographic regions. Visitors also can take a trail walk to learn more about animal habits while another section features a show on the organization’s work to preserve threatened species through captive breeding programs. Three restaurants features menus and entertainment that reflect life in the jungle or rainforest.


Gardens by the Bay

Gardens by the Bay is a recent addition to Singapore’s tourist attractions, but is one that gardeners won’t want to miss visiting. Open less than a decade, Gardens by the Bay is built on reclaimed land in central Singapore. It consists of three gardens: Bay Central, a garden with a waterfront walk that will eventually connect the other two gardens; Bay East, which is opening in phases as sections are completed, and Bay South, the largest garden, which showcases tropical horticulture and includes tree-like structures up to 50 meters (160 feet) high that dominate the Gardens’ landscape.


Universal Studios

Universal Studios Singapore was the latest addition to Singapore’s attractions list. Opened in 2010, Universal Studios Singapore has seven themed sections with countless rides and shows, all related to major hit movies. The park is part of the US$4.5 billion Resorts World Sentosa Development.


Shopping in Singapore

With sales of all kinds at all times of the year, you might want to carry an extra suitcase with you. Topping the list is the Great Singapore Sale, which is regarded as an important landmark in the Singapore diary. With a long stretch of shopping districts, world-class malls and outlet stores, you’re sure to be in for a treat!

Things to do in Singapore

1. Have a picnic at the Esplanade Roof Garden

Price: Free

Yes, you actually can go up there!

The Esplanade Roof Garden is a prime location for a laid-back evening with your date. After a meal and strolling along the Singapore river, you can go to the roof to enjoy an unobstructed view of Marina Bay Sands, the Singapore River and One Fullerton.

2. Feel on top of the world at 1-Altitude

Price: $30++

1-Altitude, perched on the uppermost floors of One Raffles Place is the highest alfresco bar in the world. They house a combination of 3 concept bars and restaurants: 282 and City Golf, Stellar and 1-Altitude Gallery & Bar. So if you don't want to shell out on dinner just go there for the drinks.

What I like best about it is the spectacular 360 view on a clear night. It grants you views that stretches across to Indonesia and Malaysia.

3. Get romantic 200m in the air at KU DE TA

Price: $20++

Situated atop the 57th floor Marina Bay Sands tower, this lounge, bar and restaurant is the epitome of all things classy. Food is not fantastic but its the place you want to be seen at and the view is to die for.

It's a little harsh on the pockets for the young ones but a little indulgence goes a long way!

Tip for non-hotel guests: If you would pay $20 to visit the Sands Skypark, why not pay the same for a cocktail at Ku De Ta with the same view? No actually, the same view with a better atmosphere.

4. Wine & Dine aboard City-Sightseeing Boats

Price: $400++ (Private Boat)

For the really ambitious as this is not cheap.

You could privately charter a boat and spend the night on a cruise drinking up the bright lights of our fine city. Bring her favourite dishes along with a bottle of aromatic wine to give your partner the surprise of a lifetime! Costly but definitely blow-off-the-roof romantic.

5. Dine aboard the Jewel Cable Car

Price: $218++ (For Two)

If dining in the Singapore flyer is not for you, an alternative is Cable Car dining. This may provide a more intimate experience since the Singapore Flyer cabins are shared. You feel more vulnerable here too, adding to the excitement.

You can choose between a regular or floral cabin and have the amenities customized to your liking. Enjoy the comprehensive view of Sentosa and the harbour at sunset while on this hour and a half trip.

What to eat in Singapore

Vegetarians could be at a slight disadvantage here as there are not many vegetarian options. Meals are very often prepared in fish oil, and it may be a good idea to specify your requirements to the server beforehand. In Singapore there are some Indian restaurant given below:

Maharaja North Indian Tandoori Restaurant (Boat Quay)

The Mango Tree Indian Coastal Restaurant (112 Katong )

Karu’s Indian Banana Leaf Restaurant (Bukit Timah Road )

Sitara Indian Restaurant & Lounge Pvt Ltd (Serangoon Road )

British Indian Cafe & Bar (Shenton)

Jaggi’s Northeren Cuisine (Race Course Road)

Muthiah Restaurant (UE Bizhub East)

Al-Azhar Eating Restaurant (Cheong Chin Nam Road)

Indian Curry House ( Upp East Court Road)

Ommar Sharif Authentic Indian Cuisine (Bukit Timah Road)

Punjab Da Dhaba (Boat Quay)

Tdka Indian Kitchen (Tanjong Katong Road)


Some Other Hotels in Singapore

Marina Bay Sands

An architectural wonder that opened in 2012, Marina Bay Sands hotel is home to some of the best luxury accommodations in town. The five-star establishment presents guests with all the comforts expected from a hotel in its class. As part of the integrated resort, there’s a massive, standalone casino as well as dozens of dining options. MBS guests can also take advantage of a variety of on-premise recreational facilities, including a 500-foot-long rooftop infinity pool facing the city skyline that HuffPo calls one of the planet’s top ten. Banyan Tree presides over its spiffy fitness club and spa of mega-indulgences. And Presidential and Chairman suites take it to the limit with in-suite check in, two-bedroom balconies, his and hers bathrooms, dedicated butlers, complimentary afternoon teas, as well as cocktail and canapé hours.

Capella Singapore

With the South China Sea for a backyard, Singapore’s luxurious Capella is an architectural fusion of the best of British colonialism and curvaceous modernity on Sentosa Island. Verdant courtyards invite introspection as waves gently lap against its shoreline. Having the largest land area of any hotel here, Capella Singapore’s 8,400-square-foot Grand Ballroom for 400 with a glass-dome skylight would make any wedding magical. The hotel also offers the bride her very own dressing suite with a daybed, walk-in wardrobe, seven-foot tall three-way mirrors, and live-feeds of ballroom activity on a plasma screen, no doubt to help the lady of the hour prepare her grand entrance.

Mandarin Oriental, Singapore

Shaped like its signature fan, Singapore’s Mandarin Oriental is set on Marina Bay. Close to major landmarks and Orchard Road as well as The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, the luxury hotel offers a choice of fabulous restaurants, entertainment, and contemporary accommodations, with floor-to-ceiling harbor, ocean, or city views. Sample Italian dishes in a relaxed poolside setting at Dolce Vita, authentic Cantonese at Cherry Garden, or Japanese dining with a California bent at Wasabi. Its sensual spa has two couples suites, a private relaxation lounge, yoga, and personal training sessions. Newlyweds who book the posh Oriental Club floor will be treated to champagne breakfasts, evening cocktails and hors d’oeuvres, and dedicated concierge service.

The Scarlet

Likely it's Valentine’s Day all year round at this bold and flirtatious outpost. A short walk from Chinatown, The Scarlet hotel places its emphasis on plush and opulent décor with a rich palette, and dramatic textures and lighting. Housed in a preserved pre-war shophouse, there’s an outdoor Jacuzzi and boutique-style rooms with pillow menus that are suitable for royalty. Indulge in fresh seafood at its alfresco restaurant. Or, just steps away, numerous dining and nightlife options await along fashionable Club Street that’s lined with bars, cafés, and galleries

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