Singapore Tour Packages 4 Days from Bangladesh
4 Days 3 Nights @ Singapore
Valid Till: 31st March 2024.
Embark on an exhilarating journey to the enchanting city-state of Singapore with this thoughtfully crafted 4-day itinerary. Prepare to immerse yourself in a kaleidoscope of colors, cultures, and captivating experiences that will leave an indelible mark on your heart. Get ready to discover an array of top-notch attractions and must-visit locales, ensuring your stay in Singapore is nothing short of extraordinary.
• Warm Welcome and Airport Assistance.
• Hassle-free Visa Assistance.
• Seamless Transfers: Airport - Hotel - Airport.
• Luxurious 3-Night Hotel Accommodation in Singapore.
• Daily Delightful Breakfast at your hotels.
• Enchanting Garden by the Bay Tour.
• Thrilling Adventure at Universal Studios.
• Mesmerizing Sentosa Experience (including Cable Car Ride + Sea Aquarium).
• Half-Day Singapore City Exploration.
• Return Air Ticket (Approx. TK. 58,500 Per Adult, TK. 45,500 Per Adult, TK. 11,500 Per Adult).
• Visa Fee (TK. 4,000).
• Any Domestic Airfare or Train fare.
• Entry / Camera Fees to parks and monuments.
• Additional tour cost or car usage beyond the suggested itinerary.
• Mineral Water or Beverages.
• Any meals other than specified.
• Any expenses of a personal nature such as Laundry, tips, Telephone costs, etc.
Package Price Details (Per Person):
|Room Sharing Type
||3 - Star
||4 - Star
|Adult on Double / Twin Share Basis
|Child with Bed
|Child no Bed
Requirements for Singapore Visa:
Please click on given link for Singapore Visa details: Singapore Visa Web Link.
Phase-1: 70% of total package amount at the time of booking.
Phase-2: 30% of total package amount before 10 working days of travel date.
DAY 01: DHAKA – SINGAPORE
Arrive at Singapore International Airport, transfer to the Singapore hotel, and enjoy an evening Garden by the Bay tour. Rest of the day free at your own leisure. Overnight at the hotel.
DAY 02: HALF-DAY SINGAPORE CITY TOUR + HALF-DAY SENTOSA TOUR
After breakfast at the hotel, embark on a Singapore city tour to explore popular districts like Chinatown, Little India, and Marina Bay. This half-day tour introduces you to top attractions such as the Merlion, City Hall, and cultural sites like Thian Hock Keng Temple. The tour starts in the Civic District, where you'll see government buildings, the Parliament House, the Cricket Club, Padang sports field, and the National Gallery Singapore. You'll also have a stop for a view of Marina Bay and a photo opportunity with the Merlion statue. The tour includes a visit to the UNESCO-listed botanical gardens. After lunch, experience all the highlights of Sentosa Island during a single half-day excursion. The tour includes a cable car ride from Mt. Faber, a visit to the SEA Aquarium, a ride on the Tiger Sky Tower, and the impressive water, laser, and fire effects at the Wings of Time show. All entrance fees are included, and select hotel pickup and drop-off are available. Overnight at the hotel.
DAY 03: FREE DAY FOR SHOPPING AND RELAXATION
After breakfast at the hotel, the day is free for shopping and relaxation. You have the option to spend a full day at Universal Studios, where you can enjoy various attractions and entertainment.
DAY 04: SINGAPORE – DHAKA
After breakfast at the hotel, the morning is free at your own leisure. You can use this time for any last-minute shopping or exploring. Later, you will transfer to the airport for your departure back to Dhaka, concluding the trip.
End Of Itinerary
Best time for sightseeing: July to September (favorable weather).
Least crowded time: July to November.
Budget deals: March (outside peak tourist season).
Malaysia offers a distinct cultural experience compared to Singapore, which leans more towards Westernization due to its modern and luxurious ambiance. While this observation holds for certain areas of Malaysia, such as Kuala Lumpur, the country also presents abundant opportunities to venture off the beaten path and immerse oneself in the authentic essence of Malaysia.
Most hotels, restaurants, and department stores in Singapore readily accept major credit cards. However, it's worth noting that some establishments have transitioned away from accepting coins and notes, favoring digital transactions instead. Singapore has a relatively low incidence of credit card fraud, but it's still advisable to exercise caution by carefully reviewing your credit card statements for any unauthorized charges.
In Singapore, the official legal tender is limited to the Singapore Dollar (SGD) and the Brunei Dollar (BND). Other currencies are not accepted as valid means of payment within the country.
Living in Singapore can be considered costly, as it has been ranked as the second most expensive city in the world according to the EIU Cost of Living 2021 survey. The high cost of living in Singapore is influenced by various factors, including the limited land area, high demand for housing, and the country's reputation for offering excellent amenities and services. As a result, residents and visitors should be prepared for higher expenses compared to many other global cities.
English serves as Singapore's primary and one of the four official languages, along with Malay, Chinese, and Tamil. While English is widely used for communication and administration, the symbolic national language of Singapore is Malay, primarily due to historical reasons. This multilingual approach reflects the country's diverse cultural heritage and fosters a harmonious coexistence among its various ethnic groups.