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|10-07-2012 03:55 AM|
|spdhanraj||Pan pacific hotel is $300/night? Any cheaper options?|
|09-28-2012 11:10 PM|
|Harrington102||Singapore is really wonderful and also nice country. you can go Singapore. i suggest you that when you will go to Singapore you will obviously live in pan pacific hotel. its really awesome hotel in Singapore.|
|09-23-2012 12:38 PM|
|09-19-2012 11:35 AM|
I am going there in a couple months and have 4 days booked there predominantly because I want to see some family and go up to KL for a day.
One of the biggest knocks on Singapore is that there isn't a whole heck of a lot to do as a tourist. There, for example, is considerably more to do in Bangkok.
Flight costs vary. I've seen them as low as $600 R/T from the West Coast (and will be flying a variation of that fare), up to $1,500 for "cheap economy". There seems to be a lot of competition though for SIN so the fares hopefully aren't too bad.
Living cost, as in hotels, isn't too bad given the price of rent I know people pay. Check out a travel site to see what I mean. Food cost can be a lot or a little. Depends on what/where you eat. As always hotels will be ridiculous but there are a ton of food courts where you can eat on the cheap.
Personally if I were in Singapore for 7 days I'd take a quick flight or a luxury coach up to Kuala Lumpur to see the sites there as well. For $60-$80 R/T you can sleep on a bus over night. The flight isn't expensive but once you factor in travel time, cabs, etc. I personally would rather just take the coach.
there are other luxury coaches that only have like 14 seats and have fully reclining massage chairs, etc. but those are a bit more
Personally, I'd tack on a few more days, drop a couple from Singapore and hit up Bali, Phuket, or Bangkok (although check when it's rainy season). It's a $200 R/T flight (or less) on Air Asia or Jetstar (local discount carriers) and those places are damn nice. It's right next door practically. How can you not hit it up
I travel internationally pretty well but SE Asia is kind of a kick in the ass. It takes me a good couple days to have a somewhat adjusted internal clock so really by the time you adjust if you're only going 7 days you're practically on your way back.
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|09-19-2012 12:28 AM|
Can You Suggest Me about Singapore Tour?
I planned a trip in January'13 for 7 days I want to visit Singapore. However, I have no idea about it's cost. Can anybody suggest me about Singapore tour such as living cost, flight cost, food cost etc?