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Explore Singapore package from The Fullerton Hotel

Discover Singapore by air, land, and sea with a stay at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore. The hotel’s central location – on the cross-section of Marina Bay and the historic and financial districts – is ideal for easy access to the destination’s premier sights and attractions.  From now until  December 2009, The Fullerton is offering an Explore Singapore package for guests looking to experience historical, cultural, and entertainment activities in Singapore. The Explore Singapore package encourages travelers to uncover the best of Singapore through pre-arranged tickets and reservations to the destination’s hottest attractions.   Also included in the package are accommodations within the spacious Quay Room level featuring picturesque views of the Singapore River and a daily breakfast buffet. After fueling up for the day, take the destination by air, land and sea: By Air – Take to the skies with two tickets to the Singapore Flyer, the world’s largest observation wheel where unrivalled views of the city provide a new perspective from 492 feet high. By Land – Walk the walk like a true Singaporean by strolling the city’s streets to the Peranakan Museum and the Asian Civilizations Museum, located just across the historic Cavenagh Bridge in front of the hotel. Two tickets to each museum are included in the package. By Sea – Cruise along the Singapore River with two tickets for a traditional river boat tour where travelers can admire the varied architecture of the city which contains elements of colonial and modern styles.

Paul Johnson

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  1. I have to admit that Singapore had not been that high on my list before I interviewed a traveler on the Amateur Traveler. It seems like Singapore is an interesting gateway to the asian culture for occidentals like me. Singapore has always sounded clean and orderly… but maybe too orderly.

  2. I have never stayed at this hotel (usually stay at the Fairmont in Singapore), but I dont really enjoy guided tours. I enjoy exploring on my own, so this package doesn’t appeal to me. That being said, I know alot of people who would much prefer this, than my self exploration method!

  3. Singapore is a good introduciton to the far east – very clean with a diverse range of cultures and small enough to be explored easily. a great starter for 10!

  4. I’m not a huge fan of Singapore, it’s too sterilised for me. I prefer the hustle and bustle of the ‘real’ Asia.

  5. many of us do prefer real asia but for those dipping their toe into the water for the first time or slightly apprehensive or maybe not as adventurous as many of us singapore can give them that tropical far eastern feeling to start them on to more adventurous trips

  6. Having lived in Singapore for over two years in the 1960’s it is interesting to see how much it has changed and how it has become a major holiday as well as business destination. Top class hotels with top class cuisine, entertainment and loads of sunshine and fun thrown in. So how come some travellers never consider it as their first choice destination?

  7. Brian, I think it may be as many prefer the more hectic far eastern cities like hong kong, shanghai, bangkok, tokyo or saigon to name a few. while I have stayed and enjoyed visits to Singapore I find it a touch too clinical for my liking and would pick visits to hong kong, tokyo etc as my prefered option.

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