From 6 to 12 April 2018, make your dream come true by doing a family trip to Singapore.
It’s School Holidays!
Singapore is an island city-state in South East Asia, situated on the southern tip of Malay Peninsula, south of the state of Johor of Peninsular Malaysia and north of the Indonesian islands of Riau. The city has traded in its rough-and-ready opium dens and pearl lugers for towers of concrete and glass, and its steamy rickshaw image for hi-tech wizardry.
Singapore appears like a city full of contrasts, modern and anonymous, with Chinese, Malay and Indian traditions from feng shui to ancestor worship creating part of the everyday landscape. In the crowded streets of Chinatown, fortune tellers, calligraphers and temple worshippers are still a part of everyday life. In Little India, you can buy the best sari material, freshly ground spices or a picture of your favorite Hindu god. In the small shops of Arab St, the cry of the imam can be heard from the nearby Sultan Mosque. In spite of practices such as the ban of imports of chewing gum, that have led some to label it a "nanny state", authoritarian government intervention in social issues to the extent of behaving like overly concerned parents, Singapore is a popular tourist destination in Southeast Asia.