Singapore Students Tour Packages
Singapore, being the only island country of Southeast Asia is known to be full of life. It is a metropolis that also happens to be one of the cleanest and safest cities in the world. However, make sure that you abide by their local laws because something like spitting in the street might merely be considered rude in your hometown, but it carries a severe penalty in Singapore.
You will find here significant sites like the Thian Hock Keng temple, several shopping opportunities and plentiful beaches.
Tourism in Singapore is flourishing day by day and there is a reason for that. Singapore seems to be dazzling and sparkling all the time with its sky rise buildings, delectable food and lightning speed transport. Singapore most definitely deserves a spot on every student and traveler’s bucket list.
Singapore Students Tour Packages in particular covers all those things that will prove to be utterly pleasurable for the students planning a fun filled trip with their friends or batch mates. The places to visit and activities are all arranged in a way that will make your trip an unforgettable one.
So, here we will be discussing with you all the services that will fit your requirements and what all places you need to visit when in Singapore.
Singapore Students Tour Packages:
- Bukit Timah Nature Reserve: Bukit Timah Nature Reserve hangs on top of the uppermost peak of Singapore which is Bukit Timah. It conserves 40% of the country’s flora and fauna despite being a very small reserve of about 1.5 kilometers. Bukit Timah Nature Reserve shelters more species of trees than the North American continent despite of its small size.
The only one way to reach its top is by trekking which is very fun filled and adventurous as you will come across numerous species of flora and fauna on the way.
Also, trek to the Bukit Timah is home to quite a few native wildlife species such as pythons, long-tailed macaques which you may see on the way.
- Changi Chapel and Museum: People of Singapore know it best to preserve their art and culture. Yet another paradigm of the country’s history is the Changi Chapel and Museum which holds a very gloomy past of the World War II that affected lives of many Singaporeans.
The Museum displays both the dreadfulness of those years as well as the heroics of many people who stood bravely during the war.
The chapel lies just behind the museum that is bordered with pretty red poppies.
- Arab Street: Don’t get puzzled by its name as there is not only Arab in it but a true peep of the long-lost Singapore in the urban era. Arab Street is very uber cool and authentic neighborhood of Singapore. Arab Street will prove to be a finery to your vision, taste and shopping bags as it has it all, from beautiful Masjid Sultan mosque to trendy bikes and street arts, Arab Street refers to the combined areas of Bussorah Street, Haji and Bali lanes, and Muscat street.
The Masjid Sultan steals away the attention as it is a mosque built in the Golden Era some 200 years ago. Thus, the Arab street is a sure shot offbeat destination yet amongst the popular places to visit in Singapore.
- Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery: Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery is the most beautiful and the largest Monastery in the entire Singapore.
It has roughly 12 buildings with dreamlike ambience prevailing. The stunning dragon pagodas, mesmerizing lawns and plazas linked by Escher resembling staircases will totally mesmerize you and take your breath away.
- Peranakan Museum: Peranakan Culture in Singapore is one of the main communities of the South Asian hybrids which comprises of three cultures namely Chinese, Malay and Indian.
The Peranakan Museum encompasses the largest compilation of the long-gone hybrid culture and heritage. The museum was built in the year 1912 by Chinese traders and is a three storey where each storey portrays distinctive artifacts related to the Peranakans.
It will prove to be a great educational experience especially for all the student travelers.