Singapore Package from Philippines

Singapore is a Filipino traveler’s delight. While it does not offer the usual white sand azure beaches we are used in the islands, Singapore pulsates with an ultra-modern vibe with its unique attractions like the Merlion Park, the Singapore Flyer, Universal Studios Singapore, Sentosa as well as the Singapore Zoo, River Safari and Night Safari. Singapore is ideal for vacationing with your family, friends or loved one. You will not run out of things to do in Singapore and will definitely come home from your vacation appreciating diversity in culture and of course raving about its efficient system.

It has been the pleasure of Green Earth Tours and Travel to arrange hotel accommodations and tours in Singapore for its guests. We accept bookings from Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao who wish to travel to Singapore on a vacation. We offer combo tours to nearby Malaysia to places like Kuala Lumpur, Genting, Malacca and Johor Bahru.


BOOK OUR 3D2N AND 4D2N TOUR PACKAGES TO SINGAPORE

Guests who book our Singapore travel packages usually get the basic 3D2N Singapore Package with complimentary city tour. After that, they wish to go shopping on their own and try taking the MRT and double-deck buses. However, those who wish to avail of hassle-free optional tours are most welcome. Our travel agency is able to arrange your tickets to the various parks and attractions in Singapore. Here are hotels in Singapore that we can assist you in booking:

 

SINGAPORE HOTEL ACCOMMODATION OPTIONS

Fragrance Hotel (Selegie) Marrison Hotel (Bugis) Summer View Hotel
Fragrance Hotel (Bugis) Oxford Hotel Fort Canning Hotel
Fragrance Hotel (Geylang) Parc Sovereign Days Hotel Singapore
Santa Grand Hotel (Bugis) Peninsula Excelsior Amara Hotel
Bayview Hotel Royal @ Queens Parc Sovereign

The list of hotels above is not exhaustive. Please feel free to email us at gett.inc@gmail.com if you have a preferred place to stay in Singapore. We will do our best to give you the best possible arrangements.


SINGAPORE TOUR PACKAGES

Tour Package Option #1

3D/2N SINGAPORE FREE-AND-EASY

Day 1 – Changi Singapore International Airport. A tour representative will meet you outside the arrival area, and endorse you to your coach to bring you to your hotel. Standard check-in time is at 1400H. Overnight.

Day 2 – Breakfast at hotel. Complimentary City Tour. Your New City Adventure strats with a drive through the civic district, which still bears a semblance of the colonial past of Singapore. Drive past Padang Cricket Club, Historic Parliament House, and the Supreme Court, then visit the Thian Hock Keng Temple, one of Singapore’s Oldest temple. Visit Qualitas Factory, a trusted gemstone manufacturer. We drive you back to your hotel or you can avail of other optional tours in Singapore if time permits. Overnight.

Day 3 – End of Singapore. Breakfast at hotel. 1200H Standard check-out time. Drop-off to hotel approximately 3 hours prior your departure. You will be briefed at the arrival area as to your exact pick-up time.


Tour Package Option #2

4D3N SINGAPORE-KUALA LUMPUR TOUR

Day 1 – Arrival at Changi Airport. Meet and greet by our representative and transfer to hotel for check-in. Free at own program or avail of an optional tour around Singapore if time permits.

Day 2 – Breakfast at hotel. Complimentary City Tour. Your New City Adventure strats with a drive through the civic district, which still bears a semblance of the colonial past of Singapore. Drive past Padang Cricket Club, Historic Parliament House, and the Supreme Court, then visit the Thian Hock Keng Temple, one of Singapore’s Oldest temple. Visit Qualitas Factory, a trusted gemstone manufacturer. We drive you back to your hotel or you can avail of other optional tours in Singapore if time permits. Overnight.

Day 3 – After hotel breakfast transfer to Singapore Coach Terminal. Coach transfer from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur takes approximately 7 hours travel time, depending on traffic conditions. Arrive Kuala Lumpur Coach Terminal. Meet and transfer at hotel. Free at own program. Overnight

Day 4 – Breakast at hotel. Kuala Lumpur City Tour. A city tour around the Garden of City Lights is a must for first-time visitors. See the contrast of the magnificent skyscrapers and the buildings of the colonial days. After the tour, free pick-up and transfer to Kuala Lumpur Airport.


OPTIONAL TOURS IN SINGAPORE

For those of you with a lot of time in your hands, you may want to consider availing of any of the optional tours in Singapore.

Optional Tour # 1

FULL DAY TOUR AT UNIVERSAL STUDIONS SINGAPORE (USS)

As they say, when you go to Universal Studios Singapore, you go beyond the screen and ride the movies. Roller coaster rides and themed attractions are among the highlights if you visit Universal Studio Singapore. Try the park’s Transformers The Ride; Shrek 4D Adventure; Madagascar Crate Adventure; Jurassic Park Rapids Adventure and more!

Please ask us about the following Tour Variants: USS Tour; USS Tour with Lunch Coupon; USS Tour + Special Sentosa + Dinner


Optional Tour # 2

AFTERNOON TILL SUNSET SENTOSA TOUR

Take the calbe car from Mount Faber to Sentosa Island, which means peace and tranquillity in the Malay language. Spend time at the Underwater World and be captivated by the diverse marine life collection. Enjoy knowing about the history of Singapore through animatronics and cap it off with a captivating light show called Songs of the Sea (which will be revamped—and starting June 7, 2014, such will be known as Wings of Time.


Optional Tour # 3

SINGAPORE NIGHT SAFARI TOUR

A once-in-a-lifetime experience awaits at the Singapore Night Safari, the world’s first wildlife night park featuring a tram ride, spectacular shows and up-close animal enounters. The park is home to about 1000 nocturnal animals.


Optional Tour # 4

SINGAPORE ZOO TOUR

Come face to face with animals from around the world in a unique open zoo setting. One of the highlights of the 26-hectare leisure park is free-range orang-utans. There are also discovery stations worth a visit like Fragile Forest, Australian Outback and the Great Rift Valley of Ethiopia. Family and friends will enjoy the zoo which serves as home to 2800 animals representing approximately 300 species.


Optional Tour # 5

SINGAPORE FLYER (after the city tour)

Catch a 360-view of Singapore and take in the urban landscape of the Garden City via the world’s largest observation wheel. Apart from the Merlion statue, the Singapore Flyer is probably the one of the many iconic structures in Singapore.


Optional Tour # 6

SINGAPORE GARDENS BY THE BAY TOUR

Singapore never stops at churning out new attractions for both its locals and visitors to enjoy. As part of its thrust of being a Garden City, Gardens by the Bay is a 101-hectar horticultural attraction which serves as home to 380 plants in huge domed consvervatories.


Optional Tour # 7

LEGOLAND TOUR FROM SINGAPORE

Access Legoland Malaysia from Singapore. The park features 40 rides, shows and attractions. Don’t miss the centrepiece attraction called Mini Land, where Asian Landmarks have been re-created using more than 30 million lego bricks. The kids and the kids in everyone are surely in for a treat with this tour.


Optional Tour # 8

BATAM (INDONESIA) FROM SINGAPORE + SEAFOOD LUNCH

Visit Batam, Indonesia from Singapore. Batam is a free-trade-zone which is part of the Indonesia-Malaysia-Singapore Growth Triangle. Ferry tickets are also included in this tour which features: Go-Kart Circuit Center, Batam Miniature Park, Local Dry Market, Golden Tourist Shop / Kuda Lumping Cultural Dance, Polo Outlet, Factory Outlet, De’ Biuty Deko and Batam Shopping Mall. No visa requirement for Philippine Passport holders visiting Batam, Indonesia from Singapore.


Optional Tour # 9

JOHOR BAHRU TOUR (MALAYSIA) FROM SINGAPORE

Take a trip across the causeway into Malaysia. Although close is proximity to Singapore, there is a huge difference in the way of life and culture. Visit the Sultan Abu Bakar Mosque, the Batik handicraft center and a Muslim Cemetery and appreciate the Muslim culture better. No visa requirement for Philippine passport holders going to Johor Bahru, Malaysia from Singapore.


FLIGHTS FROM PHILIPPINES TO SINGAPORE

There are many direct flights from the Philippines to Singapore if one goes via Manila or Cebu and Clark. Other hubs also have like Davao and Iloilo also have scheduled flights to Singapore, although currently these are not on daily basis.

Flights from Manila to Singapore are handled by carriers like Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines, Tiger Airways, and JetSar.

Flights from Cebu to Singapore are handled by carriers like Cebu Pacific, Tiger Airways and Silk Air. There are certain days when the Silkair flight from Cebu passes through Davao before proceeding to Singapore.


TIPS FOR YOUR TRAVEL TO SINGAPORE

These are friendly reminders when planning your trip to Singapore:

Travel Tip # 1: Make sure you have a few Singapore dollars with you when you get to Singapore. That said, there are many forex stalls when you get to Changi Airport. Malls also have currency changes. One that you can also visit is Mustafa in Little India which gives good rates.

Travel Tip #2: Take note of the essentials. Bring your passport and other pertinent travel documents at all times. Make sure that before your travel to Singapore, you check your passport’s validity and that your passport should not expire in 6 month’s time prior your travel dates.

Travel Tip # 3: If possible, have your mobile on roaming in case of emergencies when in Singapore. That said, we will also provide a Singapore contact number you can reach if you need assistance.

Travel Tip # 4: Print out your Singapore Travel Voucher, as these may also be asked when queuing for immigration. Make sure that you have the name and address of your hotel in Singapore with you. Should you plan to go around by yourselves after your tour, bring a map. But don’t worry, Singapore is so efficient you won’t get lost as there are a lot of signs to give you direction.

Travel Tip # 5: Go all out and have a gastronomic tour in Singapore. The locals love to eat, and so you won’t run out of food options from hawker centers to gourmet restaurants. Typically, each stall in a food court will represent Chinese Food, Malay Food, Indian Food and Western Food. Try them all out. Your tastebuds will thank you for the experience.