SingExpress Travel Pte Ltd was officially established in February 2009 and has since expanded rapidly
with affiliated offices in China, Hong Kong, Macau, Australia, and Malaysia.
SingExpress handles all facets of travel including premium guided tours, independent free and easy packages, luxury cruises,
quality inbound tours, worldwide ticketing, corporate travel, hotel booking, comprehensive travel insurance, car rentals, and M.I.C.E.
Accredited by the National Association of Travel Agents Singapore (NATAS), SingExpress thrived in the competitive travel industry
with its commitment to providing quality travel products and services at affordable prices.
With a strong belief in building a lasting and solid reputation in the industry, SingExpress introduced a Customer First Travel Solutions
which offers value-added One Stop Solution with No Hidden Cost and Quality Gourmet.
OUR COMMITMENT TO OUR CUSTOMERS
NO HIDDEN COST
Admission to all major theme parks and performances included as specified
in the itinerary.
Flight Carriers or flight schedule will be as specified in the itinerary and
will not be substituted.
Delicious local cuisine, specialities will be provided as specified in the itinerary.
All hotels will be as specified in the itinerary and will not be substituted with similar hotels.
Providing you with the EASE OF TRAVEL.
REGIONAL WEATHER FORECAST
REGIONAL WEATHER FORECAST
We make your trips
an organized & stress free experience.
Modern Singapore was founded in the 19th century, thanks to politics, trade and a man known as Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles. He was then the Lieutenant-Governor of Bencoolen in Sumatra, landed in Singapore on 29 January 1819. Recognizing the immense potential of the swamp-covered island, he helped negotiate a treaty with the local rulers and established Singapore as a trading station. The city quickly grew as an entrepot trade hub, attracting immigrants from China, India, the Malay Archipelago and beyond.
In 1822, Raffles implemented the Raffles Town Plan, also known as the Jackson Plan, to address the issue of growing disorderliness in the colony. Ethnic residential areas were segregated into four areas. The European Town had residents made up of European traders, Eurasians and rich Asians, while the ethnic Chinese were located in present-day Chinatown. Ethnic Indians resided at Chulia Kampong north of Chinatown, and Kampong Glam consisted of Muslims, ethnic Malays and Arabs who had migrated to Singapore
In 1959, the growth of nationalism led to self-government, and the country’s first general election. The People’s Action Party (PAP) won a majority of 43 seats and Lee Kuan Yew became the first prime minister of Singapore. In 1963, Malaysia was formed, comprising of the Federation of Malaya, Singapore, Sarawak and Sabah. The move was meant to foster closer ties. However, Singapore’s merger proved unsuccessful, and less than two years later on 9 August 1965, it left Malaysia to become an independent and sovereign democratic nation.
Today, many slices of Singapore’s multi-cultural, colonial past are preserved in and around the city. You can visit monuments, museums or take a walk along the heritage trail. The dramatic contrast of charming well-preserved buildings of a bygone era, standing beside towering Skyscrapers on tree-lined boulevards. Explore a little deeper, you discover a melting pot of enthralling Asian cultures, influences, lifestyles and cuisine
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#08-02 Singapore 608838
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Tel: 6823 1688 or email: email@example.com
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