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Singapore's currency is the Singapore dollar (SGD). Roughly, $1 US = $1.50 SGD, 1 Euro = $2 SGD, and $1 AUD = $1.10 SGD. International access ATMs can be found in just about every nook and cranny of this island country and commission-free currency exchange booths are abundant on Orchard Road and in Little India. You will be expected to use Singapore dollars for cash purchases. Credit cards are widely accepted by restaurants, supermarkets, and shopping centres, but a minimum purchase of $20 often applies. Taxis charge a 10% administration fee for payment by credit card.
Tipping is not common in Singapore. At most restaurants and bars a 10% service charge is automatically added to the bill. On a menu, a price followed by "++" (plus plus) means that the 10% service charge and 7% GST are not included. There is no service charge in food courts or hawker centres. Taxi drivers don't expect tips and don't even round up the bill. If your fare is $9.80 and you pay with a $10 note, you will be given your 20 cents change! Of course, if you receive excellent service and want to tip, it will be appreciated.
Singapore is a very, very safe country to travel in. It is highly unlikely that you will be assaulted, robbed, ripped off, or even touted. But, to quote a recent Singapore safety campaign, "Low Crime Doesn't Mean No Crime". Pick-pocketing is a minor concern in crowded places, particularly shopping centres.
Infamous for its strict laws and fines, many tourists are surprised at how few police officers they see in Singapore. Don't be fooled -- they're there, just in plainclothes. If you do require their assistance the emergency number is 999 and you'll find that they're friendly, speak English, and generally very helpful.
Visitors should be aware of Singapore's fineable offences -- the police won't necessarily let you off the hook just because you're a tourist. Eating on public transportation, littering, and jay-walking all carry a fine of up to $1000 SGD! Drug offences are severely punished -- possession gets a lengthy jail sentence plus a caning while trafficking is punishable by death.
Alcohol and cigarettes are highly taxed in Singapore and you are allowed to import 1 lire of spirits, 1 litre of wine, and 1 litre of beer duty-free. Duty-free cigarettes are not allowed in Singapore and this is strictly enforced. Don't be surprised if your luggage is xrayed on arrival in Singapore!
Singapore and Thailand boast the best medical care in the region -- it is truly world class. It's not cheap though, so we hope you have travel insurance. Most hospitals have 24 hour walk-in clinics to go with full-scale ER services, and Raffles Hospital even makes house calls. If you need a vaccination or are wondering what's up with the freaky rash you picked up in Komodo National Park, the following travel health clinics may be of interest.
Singapore has a fabulous public transportation system and cabs on every corner. The MRT is the quickest way to get across the island, but can be very crowded during peak travel times. The city bus system is equally efficient and even more affordable than the MRT, but tends to be under-utilised by foreign visitors. The bus system is especially useful for short trips. Taxis are abundant and always use the meter. They're relatively affordable, but surcharges can add up quickly.
Singapore has four national languages -- English, Mandarin, Malay, and Tamil. Most people speak English quite well and the majority of the signs you encounter will be in English. "Singlish" is the unique mashup of English with expressions and slang from the other local languages. Most obvious is the Singaporean habit of tacking on an extra word at the end of sentences. Got it, lah?
Singapore is one degree north of the equator so the weather is predictable -- it's hot and humid year-round. There are two monsoon seasons, December to March and then June to September, but heavy rain can occur anytime. It tends to rain in the afternoon, so head to the Singapore Zoo, Botanic Garden, or Sentosa earlier in the day. December to March tends to be the cooler months, but chances are if you're from outside the tropics you'll always find Singapore a sweaty place.
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Terms & Conditions:
- The Given quotation is valid only for this query and based on 02 Passenger travelling together. In case of any amendment in No of Persons, given rates will not be Valid & will change accordingly.
- The rates are based on the best available prices available at the time of costing and are subject to availability at the time of booking.
- The above is only an offer and So far no booking has been made and rooms / rates are subject to the availability at the time of receiving your official booking.
- If the Hotel or Airlines change their rates for the services that they offer, the same will be forwarded to you at the time of final Confirmation.
- Kindly note that during Major Exhibitions/Events additional surcharge will be applicable, Surcharge may vary depending on the Hotels, Airlines and will be advised at the time of Final Booking.
- According to the Hotel policy the current check in time is 15:00 hrs and check out is before 12:00 noon unless specified.
- All special requests like Early check in and late checkout, smoking, nonsmoking, views, floors, king, twin, adjoining and/or interconnecting rooms are strictly subject to availability upon arrival and cannot be guaranteed prior.
- We are not holding any Air tickets or rooms at the moment.
- Conditions Apply.
- Pre-Payment – Full Payment upon Confirmation
If circumstances make you cancel the tour, the cancellation must be intimated to us in writing. Such cancellation will attract the following Cancellations charges, the cancellation charges per person when a Cancellation is made
- 31 Days or more Prior to the departure of the Tour - Deposit Amount
- 30 - 15 Days Prior to the departure of the Tour - 40% Of the Cost
- 14 - 08 Days Prior to the departure of the Tour - 60% Of the Cost
- 7 Days or less Prior to the departure of the Tour or “ No Show” on the tour - 100% Of the Cost
Cancellation charges will apply on the total tour price without discount. In case of Cruise, 100% of the cruise cost paid will be forfeited in case of any cancellations, irrespective of time of cancellations. The company cannot assume responsibility for any additional cost or any fees relating to the issuance and/ or cancellation of Air tickets or other arrangements not done through the company.
- Deposit: - Nonrefundable Deposit given at the time of Booking.
- Air lines: - As per Airline Policy
- Hotel Accommodation: - As per Hotel Policy
- Visa fees are nonrefundable once the visa has been applied.
- Transfers / Sightseeing’s – Once booked will not be amended and have to follow Itinerary otherwise no refund will be permitted.
Visa Application Policy & Conditions:
To process the visa we will submit necessary documents like air tickets, Hotel Booking voucher, Insurance and other related document asked by the consulate or the embassy. By reason what so ever if consulate or embassy refuse or delay the visa, passengers has to pay the difference of amount or date change penalty imposed by airline or Hotels. We shall not be stand responsible for the additional amount; the same has to be paid to the company before departure of the tour. We will always apply for Normal tourist visas, If the passenger needs to cancel a tour due to rejection of visa or rejection of entry into country, the cancellation charges of the company will be applicable and shall be payable by the client. There will be no refund if the client, or any member of his party, is unable to travel due to the said reasons.
It is advisable to acquire adequate Overseas Travel Insurance cover for protection from any expenses such as medical, Baggage’s, legal, hospitalization, accident, it is mandatory to obtain an Overseas Travel Insurance policy for the Tour. Insurance claim is at the sole discretion of the Insurance Company. Insurance Premium Charges will be extra as per the Client’s age and Number of Days and Destinations. The rules, regulations as well as conditions mentioned in the Tour Quotation is a binding to me and the all members of my tourist group and the company. I have signed after reading and understanding The Quotation conditions.