For foodies, this is a mouthwatering mix, with a bewildering variety of cheap local dishes waiting to be sampled in the company of a cold Tiger beer at any of the numerous hawker centres. For those with cash to burn there are of course plenty of top notch restaurants, not least the recently opened Ku De Ta that sits atop the famous Marina Bay Sands hotel complex offering exquisite international food, stunning views and respite from the non-stop gambling action taking place in the enormous casino downstairs.
The casino isn't the only place where you can part with your money - the Singaporeans live to shop, with a bewildering number of shopping centres dominating the landscape and offering more than enough to keep the consumer inside all of us well satisfied. This is especially the case on Orchard Road, which is basically a shrine to consumerism to the extent that often it is impossible to cross the road without walking through one of dozens of underground shopping centres.
It's not all about buying things, however. There are plenty of outdoor activities on offer, from water sports to jungle tours where you can breakfast with Orangutans, and plenty of well tended public parks where you can simply relax. The island of Sentosa, best reached by a scenic trip on a cable car, offers the joys of the beach, five star accommodation, and theme parks. You can even go sky-diving without engaging your fear of heights in a specially designed wind tunnel.
If you are planning a Singapore golf holiday make sure you ask us for a quote as we have access to plenty of tee times in Singapore and we can help you put together a memorable Singapore golf package.
Due to our large volumes we can offer our clientele discounted Singapore green fees on most golf tee times as well as all-inclusive golf holidays in Singapore.