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Itinery for sg and Indonesia for 6n/7d

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Itinery for sg and Indonesia for 6n/7d

We will reach on 3 March 2018 and depart back on 9 mar. Guys kindly suggest best memorable trip to us as couple. Where to stay, where to eat , where to visit and enjoy both countries in budget/cheap.

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1. Re: Itinery for sg and Indonesia for 6n/7d

Hello.

You may need to give some specifics on hotel budget if you want everyone to make some suggestions. If you give us a figure in local currency Singapore Dollars SGD$ per room per night (by looking on a currency converter website and converting whatever your currency is into SGD$) then we can suggest a few hotels for you to read reviews and check prices for your dates.

Please open this link below and read through it as it might help you start your research using our forums resources. That will help you plan your trip -

https://docs.google.com/document/d/13XfoX15Z…

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2. Re: Itinery for sg and Indonesia for 6n/7d

kusiraj, hi

Unfortunately you confused TA for a travel agency. We do not create intineraries for members, either for Singapore or any other country.

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3. Re: Itinery for sg and Indonesia for 6n/7d

Indonesia, a Southeast Asian nation made up of thousands of volcanic islands, is home to hundreds of ethnic groups speaking many different languages. It’s known for beaches, volcanoes, Komodo dragons and jungles sheltering elephants, orangutans and tigers.

You want to cover this AND Singapore in 6 nights?

I think you need to do some research and be a little more specific in what you are looking to do.

6 nights/7days is hardly enough time to do a quarter of what Singapore has to offer, even less take on Indonesia.

Indonesia has 34,000 miles of coastline/beaches, which particular parts were you hoping to cover in the few days you have?

You need to help us to help you, we need a little more information please, budget per night in Singapore dollars would be a good start. How many days in which country? What are your interests? Ages? Etc, etc.

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4. Re: Itinery for sg and Indonesia for 6n/7d

Kindly give us a break. Some take away for you on Singapore

Changi Airport

http://www.changiairport.com/

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changiairport.com/en/passenger-guide/downloa…

Singapore Airlines Passengers Free Tour with min of 5.5hours transit

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Immigration, Duty Free Allowance and Controlled Items

https:/…visitor_entryvisa

https://www.ica.gov.sg/page.aspx?pageid=96 (VISA requirements)

https:/… (countries requiring VISA)

https:/…prohibited-and-controlled-goods

https:/…duty-free-concession-and-gst-relief

https:/…overview.html (for India Nationals - Dehli)

https:/…overview.html (for India Nationals – Chennai)

https://www.customs.gov.sg/~/media/cus/files/insync/issue08/features/duty_free.html

https://save.ica.gov.sg/save-public/ (eVISA submission through authorized agents)

https:/…202017.pdf (authorized VISA agents in India)

 

Singapore Overseas VISA application

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https:/…enteranddeparting_before_required

SQ Baggage Allowance

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ICA custom guide for travelers

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Changi Airport Pay per use lounges

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GST Refund

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Singapore power plug & socket

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Weather Forecast

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http://www.weather.gov.sg/home/

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Bring Food into Singapore

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Attractions Package

https://www.thesingaporetouristpass.com.sg/

http://www.singaporepass.com.sg/passes.php

http://www.ducktours.com.sg/tours_aio.php

zoo.com.sg/visitor-info/park-hopper-specials…

 

Travel & Guide

https://gothere.sg/maps

http://www.yoursingapore.com/en.html

https://www.stb.gov.sg/

https:/…places-to-visit.html

singapore-vacation-attractions.com/singapore…

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http://www.visitsingapore.com/en.html

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Singapore Free Guided Tour

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http://www.indiesingapore.com/our-tours.html

Telecom, Internet, Wifi

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savvy.sg/singapore-tourist-prepaid-sim-card-…

https://www.changirecommends.com/

 

Singapore Visitor Useful Websites and Information

Transport, Transport Cost Calculation, MRT Network Map

changiairport.com/en/…shuttle-services.html

www.taxisingapore.com/taxi-fare-calculator/

http://www.taxisingapore.com/taxi-fare/

https://mrt.sg/fare

journey.smrt.com.sg/journey/mrt_network_map/

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zoo.com.sg/visitor-info/mandai-express-bus.h…

changiairport.com/en/…shuttle-services.html

https:/…

changiairport.com/en/transport/transfer-betw… (inter terminal connections)

changiairport.com/en/…public-transport.html

List of Hotels plied by the Shuttle Bus Service at Changi Airport

https:/…hotel-listing

 

Service Apartment

https:/…service-apartments.htm

ladyironchef.com/2017/…

https:/…member_apartments.html

https://www.servicedapartments.org.sg/

Taxi seating configuration & Calculator

https:/…

www.taxisingapore.com/taxi-fare-calculator/

https:/…types-of-taxi-services.html

Singapore to Legoland, Johor, Malaysia

legoland.com.my/planning-your-visit/…

www.taxisingapore.com/singapore-to-legoland/

sgmytaxi.com/how-to-go-to-legoland-malaysia-…

https:/…theme-park

 

Singapore to West Malaysia by Coach

http://www.easybook.com/bus-singapore-kl

singaporemalaysiabus.com/kuala_lumpur.html

kkkl.com.sg/bus-from-singapore-to-kuala-lump…

http://www.luxurycoach.com.sg/

singaporemalaysiabus.com/kuala_lumpur.html

busonlineticket.com/booking/…

Changi Airport to Johor by Coach

http://www.regentstar.travel/crossborder/

changiairport.com/en/transport/coach-to-joho…

Accommodation Booking Websites

http://www.booking.com

http://trivago.com

https://www.agoda.com/en-sg/?cid=-200

http://www.hostels.com/singapore/singapore

www.hostelbookers.com/hostels/singapore/

 

Student Hostels (need to produce Singapore Student Pass from the Institution)

http://www.65hostel.com/

http://www.novenahall.com.sg/

https:/…off-campus-hostels

http://www.eastlodge.com.sg/

 

Singapore Visitor Useful Websites and Information

Individual Attractions, Parks (https://www.nparks.gov.sg/)

https:/…sungei-buloh-wetland-reserve

https:/…kranji-marshes

https:/…the-southern-ridges

https:/…treetop-walk

https:/…macritchie-reservoir-park

https://www.sbg.org.sg/

http://www.gardensbythebay.com.sg/en.html

https:/…pulau-ubin-and-chek-jawa

Heritage Areas in Singapore

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visitsingapore.com/see-do-singapore/culture-…

 

Singapore Visitor Useful Websites and Information

Individual Attractions,

http://www.zoo.com.sg/

http://www.riversafari.com.sg/

http://www.nightsafari.com.sg/

http://www.birdpark.com.sg/

https://www.sentosa.com.sg/

https:/…jurong-lake-gardens

singaporetravelhub.com/attractions/…

http://www.science.edu.sg/Pages/SCBHome.aspx

rwsentosa.com/Homepage/Attractions/Universal…

rwsentosa.com/Homepage/…SEAAquarium

http://www.rwsentosa.com/

Singapore Civic District

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singapore-guide.com/top10/top10-attractions-…

 

Museums

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http://emint.com/

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http://peranakanmuseum.org.sg/

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Performances

https://www.sistic.com.sg/events/search…

 

Night Activities

thesmartlocal.com/read/late-night-dating

thefinder.com.sg/whats/…

https:/…

singapore-guide.com/attractions/three-great-…

marinabaysands.com/sands-skypark/observation…

marinabaysands.com/entertainment/spectra.html

singapore-guide.com/attractions/three-great-…

gardensbythebay.com.sg/en/whats-on/calendar-…

http://www.hungrygowhere.com/search-results/Ann+Siang+Hill/

visitsingapore.com/walking-tour/eat-drink/dr…

ladyironchef.com/2010/…

ladyironchef.com/2015/…

 

Singapore Visitor Useful Websites and Information

Food guide

http://www.misstamchiak.com/

http://www.hungrygowhere.com/

http://ieatishootipost.sg/

http://www.makansutra.com/

http://www.straitstimes.com/lifestyle/food

ladyironchef.com/tag/…

http://www.hungrygowhere.com/dining-guide/singapore-neighbourhood-food-guide/food-guide-little-india-*aid-16553f00/

https://www.misstamchiak.com/

http://ieatishootipost.sg/

Vegetarian Restaurants

thehoneycombers.com/singapore/…

http://www.hungrygowhere.com/gallery/13-best-vegetarian-and-vegan-restaurants-*gid-d0703101/

 

Places of Interest with Food Outlets

http://www.chinatown.sg/

http://wikitravel.org/en/Singapore/Chinatown

http://chinatownfoodstreet.sg/

http://chinatownheritagecentre.com.sg/

http://www.littleindia.com.sg/

wikitravel.org/en/Singapore/Little_India

https:/…

yoursingapore.com/see-do-singapore/places-to…

sethlui.com/places-to-eat-robertson-quay-moh…

http://www.clarkequay.com.sg/en/

 

So-called Street Food area

• Chinatown Food Street (Smith Street), mainly Chinese (Nearest MRT station: Outram Park on EW Line or Chinatown on NE Line), Operating Hours : 1100h ~2300h, opens daily, http://chinatownfoodstreet.sg/

• Boon Tat Street, https:/…boon-tat-street-food-market-singapore

Satay, Skewered BBQ meat, nearest MRT station: Raffles Place on EW Line

• Bugis Street/Junction area, http://www.hungrygowhere.com/dining-guide/singapore-neighbourhood-food-guide/food-guide-bugis-junction-*aid-e5683101/, nearest MRT Station: Bugis on the EW line or Downtown Line

• Kampong Glam area, nearest MRT station: Bugis EW Line or downtown Line, visitsingapore.com/see-do-singapore/places-t…

• Haji Lane, nearest MRT station Bugis (EW or DT Line), thereafter on foot, www.ladyironchef.com/2015/11/haji-lane-cafes/

• Seah Street, nearest MRT station: Bugis (EW or DT Line), thereafter on foot, http://www.hungrygowhere.com/search-results/Seah+Street/

 

Singapore Visitor Useful Websites and Information

Known Hawker Centers or food area

• Kreta Ayer Food Center (Local, mainly Chinese, economically priced, nearest subway, Outram Station on the East-West Line or Chinatown on the Northeast Line)

• Tekka Hawker Center (Local, Mainly Indian/Indian Muslim, economically price, nearest subway Farrer Park Station on the North East Line, Little India Station on the Downtown Line/North East Line, Rochor Station on the Downtown Line)

• Lau Pa Sat (Mixed, price is about 1.3x – 2.0x more than the economically priced, nearest subway is Raffles Place), Satay Street is located here

• Newton Hawker Center (Local, mixed, tourist and local area. Price is above Lau Pa Sat, nearest subway is Newton Station on the North South Line)

• Haig Road Food Center (Local, mainly Muslim/Indian Muslim, economically priced, nearest subway is Paya Lebar and needs to go on foot thereafter)

• Seah Street, Home of the Hainan Chicken Rice. Though there are several outlets in Singapore selling the same dish. Nearest subway is City Hall and thereafter on foot along the Beach Road.

• Maxwell Road Food Center (Local, mainly Chinese, economically price, nearest MRT is either Chinatown or Outram and thereafter on foot.). Well known Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice and tis equivalent rival are there.

• Geylang Road Area (Local, mainly Chinese, price varies, nearest subway is Paya Lebar Station, and thereafter on foot to Geylang Road). Home of Singapore Red Light District and bars, aka Singapore’s Second Night Safari

• Joo Chiat Road (Local, mix of Chinese, Vietnamese and Muslim, price varies, nearest subway is Paya Lebar Station). Home of Bars, mainly Vietnamese broads, aka Singapore’s Third Night Safari.

• Golden Mile Food Center, Chinese and Muslim, nearest MRT Station is Lavender on the East West Line

• Amoy Street Food Center, Chinese and Muslim, most stalls closed on weekends, nearest MRT Station is Telok Ayer on the Downtown Line or Tanjong Pagar on the East West Line.

 

• Golden Shoe Hawker Center (aka Market Street Food Centre), Chinese and Muslim, nearest MRT is Raffles on the East West Line. Avoid 1200h – 1400h, office lunch hour. Most stalls closed around 1800h on weekdays, weekend almost none open

Will closed from Aug 1, 2017 for new commercial project. Temporary site near Telok Telok Ayer MRT station at Cross Street

• Opposite the Sultan Mosque along North Bridge Road, a few Indian Muslim Food Restaurants selling Mutton Biyarani Rice

• Changi Village Hawker Center (http://www.burpple.com/changi-village-food-centre, https://www.citynomads.com/guide-to-the-best-food-at-changi-village-local-makan-and-cafe-bites/)

Nearest MRT is either Bedok or Tanah Merah, take bus service No. 2 to Changi Village Terminus in the direction to Chang Airport. The Bedok Station is better as it has the shopping mall, Bedok Hawker Center and local coffee shops. The latter does not have such amenities nearby.

The Changi Village ferry terminal is also the boarding point bound for Pulau Ubin and Penggarang (West Malaysia).

• Hong Lim Market and Food Center: burpple.com/hong-lim-complex-market--food-ce… ; danielfooddiary.com/2013/08/07/honglim/

• People’s Park Complex Food Center, all Chinese food, nearest MRT Station: Chinatown, Downtown Line), http://www.burpple.com/peoples-park-hawker-centre; http://www.hungrygowhere.com/search-results/People's+Park+Food+Centre/ ; makansutra.com/stories/1/1578/TheRoastofPeop…

• Glutton’s Bay, https:/…makansutra-gluttons-bay (Nearest MRT Station: Esplanade, go early, crowded on weekends, food price, second after newton circus, stuffy for seating towards the interior area. More windy near the waterfront)

• Bersah Food Center, nearest MRT station : Farrer Park, NE Line, https:/…

 

• Satay by the Bay, gardensbythebay.com.sg/en/dining/satay-by-th…

Drinks stall operating hours: 24hours, Food Stalls operating hours: 1100h ~ 2200h daily with exceptions. Be there early especially on weekends, say around 1800h, otherwise you will be an empty seat vulture in no time. Food prices on par with Newton Hawker Center. Nearest MRT station: Bayfront on the Circle/Downtown Line)

 

Orchard Road Food Courts Search

https://www.yelp.com.sg/search?cflt=food_court&find_loc=Orchard%2C+Singapore

Michelin Star Hawkers & Restaurants

danielfooddiary.com/2017/…

Singapore Visitor Useful Websites and Information

Nightlife Spots

http://www.singapore-guide.com/nightlife/

thesmartlocal.com/read/best-of-nightlife-in-…

Geyland Road – Bars, mix of Vietnamese and Chinese, male entertainment venues and Singapore’s long standing and only legalized red light district

Joo Chiat Road – Bars (majority Vietcon, speaks a little of Mandarin and probably little English)

Orchard Towers – clubs with broads for the night (annex building in the rear)

Cuppage Plaza – KTV, mainly for Japanese with broads speaking Japanese and English

Jurong Super Bowl area - second level of the surrounding building. (male entertainment)

Peace Center – KTV with broads, mainly speaks Mandarin (level 4 and 6)

Clark Quay – V3

MBS – Level 33, clean, good view of the nightlights and photo taking spot

National Art Gallery (Smoke & Mirrors) – good drinking water hole and snapshot point

  

Singapore Visitor Useful Websites and Information

Indian Food at Little India

singapore-guide.com/top10/top10-restaurants-…

Muslim, Featured Food

burpple.com/list/…makan-makan-muslim-cuisine

halalinthecity.com/feature/halal-restaurants…

https://www.halaltag.com/location/235

Mixed Variety

Around subway station: Holland Village

ladyironchef.com/2015/…

thehoneycombers.com/singapore/guide-to-holla…

www.burpple.com/neighbourhoods/sg/buona-vista

By Public Bus or Cab: Dempsey Hill

ladyironchef.com/2010/…

Near subway station Labrador: Gillman Barracks

https://www.gillmanbarracks.com/dining

Near subway station: One North

http://timbreplus.sg/

 

Bicycle Rental Websites:

https:/…

hellobicycle.com.sg/collections/for-rent

https://www.yelp.com.sg/search…

Singapore’s Famous Chinese Temples, Hindu Temples, Mosques & Churches

funinsingapore.com/top-10-best-and-famous-bu…

funinsingapore.com/top-10-best-hindu-temples…

urbandesis.com/2016/…

singapore-guide.com/attractions/places-of-wo…

Flea Markets

…asia-city.com/events/article/recurring-flea…

yoursingapore.com/editorials/flea-markets.ht…

 

Accommodation Booking Websites

Holiday apartment rental is illegal in Singapore, only Service Apartments are legal. Thus accommodation listed in AirBnB in Singapore is illegal for short term rental of less than 3 months period. This also applies to Vacation rental and/or homestay or similar

https:/…residential.aspx

http://www.booking.com/

http://www.laterooms.com

http://www.trivago.sg/

https://www.agoda.com/en-sg

https://www.expedia.com.sg/

http://www.hostels.com/singapore/singapore

hostelworld.com/findabed.php/ChosenCity.Sing…

AirBnB in Singapore Information

https:/…residential.aspx

https:/…short-rental.aspx

…asiaone.com/news/singapore/ura-inspects-sem…

straitstimes.com/politics/parliament-short-t…

https:/…singapore

Bike Rental

https://o.bike/

http://mobike.com/sg/

https://www.ofo.so/

 

Walking Trails

…asia-city.com/city-living/article/12-fascin…

http://thefullertonheritage.com/tours

www.journeys.com.sg/singaporewalks/tours.asp

Kick Scooter/E-Scooter Rentals

https:/…scooter-rental

https://www.goscoot.sg/

renttycoons.com/items/…2BTransport

https:/…electric-scooter-rental

http://www.telepod.sg/rental

https://www.yelp.com.sg/search?find_desc=scooter+rental&find_loc=Singapore

Vegan & Vegetarian Restaurants

sethlui.com/best-vegetarian-restaurants-sing…

thehoneycombers.com/singapore/…

straitstimes.com/lifestyle/food/15-places-to…

https:/…

https://www.happycow.net/asia/singapore/

 

Hotels website for INR

https://www.booking.com/searchresults.html…

https://sg.hotels.com/search.do…

Vegetarian Food at Changi Airport

http://search.insing.com/s/vegetarian+in+changi+airport

24 hours Laundromat

wonderwash.com.sg/outlets/…

netsenger.com/afterhours/24-hr-laundromat.htm

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5. Re: Itinery for sg and Indonesia for 6n/7d

Thanks @avanti_sg for your attention. As some one adviced me that 6n7d are longer for singapore. So I decide 4n5d sg and 2n3d in bali/phuket/krabi. Is it ok? Either shd i plan whole time to sg only. Either I book a package or move individually. I expect less than s$ 100/n for accomodation. We are vegetarian. So if possible plz make a itinery, activities, stay, food, etc.

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6. Re: Itinery for sg and Indonesia for 6n/7d

Thanks @schonefeld, ddigs2015 for your attention. As some one adviced me that 6n7d are longer for singapore. So I decide 4n5d sg and 2n3d in bali/phuket/krabi. Is it ok? Either shd i plan whole time to sg only. Either I book a package or move individually. I expect less than s$ 100/n for accomodation. We are vegetarian. So if possible plz make a itinery, activities, stay, food, etc.

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7. Re: Itinery for sg and Indonesia for 6n/7d

As I mentioned in my reply #1 above, we don’t plan people’s trips and make their itineraries for them. You would need to go to a Travel Agent for a package if you want someone to do that.

Please read my reply 1 again and you can open and use that link I gave to find out how to use the forum resources to plan your own trip. That’s what everyone uses the forum for.

I can suggest some budget hotels possibly in your SGD$100 a night price range -

Tai Hoe Hotel

Santa Grand Bugis Hotel

Santa Grand Little India Hotel

Hotel 81 Dickson

Arton Boutique Hotel

Perak Hotel

City Inn MacKenzie

Park 22 Little India Hotel

Sandpiper Hotel

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8. Re: Itinery for sg and Indonesia for 6n/7d

kusiraj Hi

You are indeed on vegetarian diet. Read all the posts and you will find the answers.

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