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Singapore Water Parks

All of the Singapore Theme Parks are designed at their best to provide families and friends with an abundance of fun and games through their recreational activities. Kick all the exhaustion from your body and set on a journey of theme and water parks in Singapore that enhances the trip after visiting the other local tourist attractions of Singapore.

Whether you are seeking thrilling rides, exciting water slides, or a peaceful time with nature, these parks in Singapore have it all covered to suit your preferences! These recreational areas are uniquely designed, ensuring that visitors feel their best during their stay. Adventure Cove Waterpark, Singapore River Safari, Wave House, and Wild Wild Wet stand out as some of the top water parks in Singapore, offering a diverse range of experiences for all. Book your Singapore tour package now to explore these incredible attractions!

If you are looking forward to a dry theme park then Universal Studios, Bird Paradise Tickets, Gardens by the Bay and Sentosa 4D Adventure Land should surely be on your list apart from the other parks revealed below. Singapore also has a lot to offer to the kids, for their cheerfulness is above all; places like Kidzania, Splash @Kidz Amaze and Westgate Wonderland is a runaway hit among them.

Here are some of the best water parks and theme parks in Singapore:

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Universal Studios Singapore

Situated in Singapore’s most fun area, Sentosa Island, Universal Studios Singapore is a fairyland for both children and adults. This Singapore theme park is huge and contains more than a few theme parks united with advanced technology and a differently designed roller coaster. Battlestar Galactica is considered one of the most enthralling rides in this park besides others like the Jurassic Park Rapids Adventure, Transformers ride which is a 3D ride, Canopy Flyer and the most surprising of all, Revenge of the Mummy.

You will also find several refashioned streets from Paris and Hollywood where you can buy souvenirs or even grab a quick bite before you step on the next roller coaster.

Opening and Closing Hours: 10.00 a.m. to 08.00 p.m. (up to 10.00 p.m. on Friday and Saturday)

Location: 8 Sentosa Gateway

How to Book: Book the Universal Studios Ticket

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Adventure Cove Waterpark

Adventure Cove Waterpark, true to its name, is an exploratory place where you can mix with splashes of water by floating down their chutes and slides.  If you don’t mind the height, then you should take a slide down their very famous Pipeline Plunge.

The option of snorkeling in a water park where you can see several aquatic species in their natural habitat makes this one of the best Singapore water parks. Inside the gates of this park is a long Adventure River on which you can lay on a lazy boat and travel through fourteen of their imitation habitats.

Opening and Closing Hours: 10.00 a.m. to 06.00 p.m.

Location: 8 Sentosa Gateway

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Gardens by the Bay

Gardens by the Bay is much like a poetic glory for nature-lovers who would love to be surrounded by the sweet scent of foliage and flowers. This is one of those theme parks in Singapore that are designed to grow and nurture plants from around the world.

Visiting the flora gardens that are a rotating exhibit is an amazing experience to see and to capture with your camera.  They also conduct different festivals around the year to celebrate the blooming flowers of that season. This building that connects with two skyways also has an artificial waterfall which enlivens the visit.

Opening and Closing Hours: 09.00 a.m. to 09.00 p.m.

Location: 18 Marina Gardens Dr

How to Book: Book the tickets of Gardens By The Bay

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Wild Wild Wet

This Singapore water park is a great place to unwind from all the routine sightseeing in Singapore and just go on a splashing spree. Wild Wild Wet is a theme park meant for the entire family to spend time together and slither down lengthy slides, laze in the water and take splish-splashes in their pools, and this is one of the best theme parks in Singapore..

Children are also safe in this area because there are lifeguards all over the park to be of aid during an unforeseen circumstance. This award-winning water park is known for having Asia’s lengthiest vertical drop slides that are sure to make one screech in joy and amusement! Some other rides you can try here are Yippee, Shock River, Royal Flush, and the very famous Free Fall.

Opening and Closing Hours: 10.00 a.m. to 07.00 p.m.

Location: 1 Pasir Ris Close

Price: SGD 24 for adults
           SGD 18 for children in off-seasons
           SGD 32 for adults
           SGD 24 for children during peak season

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Wings of Time Singapore

Conducted post-sunset, Wings of Time Singapore has wowed audiences with its eccentric light, water and sound show that has won worldwide awards. With the help of these elements, this show is an audiovisual representation of a tale of two friends, and about finding their way back home.

The reflection on the water is much like watching a movie on a large multiplex screen with full surround sound. Reach on time and catch a seat on the first few rows to enjoy some splashes of water fall on you every now and then.

Opening and Closing Hours: 07.40 p.m. and 08.40 p.m.

Location: Beach Station, Siloso Beach, Wings of Time Theatre

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Jurong Bird Park

Enter the Jurong Bird Park to be surrounded by over 5000 birds freely fluttering over you in this largest aviary of Asia. You can catch the various bird exhibits that include animals like flamingos, pelicans, macaws and even hornbills conducted two times a day for each program. Inside this bird park is an artificial waterfall, which is as uplifting as a real one that is home to over 600 birds; you can easily capture this scene from the suspension bridge.

Join the caretakers at the different feeding time of various birds wherein you can partake in feeding the birds and also learn a lot more about them. Children find a lot of pleasure in the in-house bird themed water park where they can spend some cool off time and glide down tiny slides in the play area.

Opening and Closing Hours: 08.30 a.m. to 06.00 p.m.

Location: 2 Jurong Hill

How to Book: Book the Jurong Bird Park Tickets

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River Wonders Singapore

You must visit the River Wonders Singapore if you are an animal lover to see over 5000 faunas residing together on this campus. This Singapore theme park is designed to resemble a wildlife park so that animals can feel that they are living in their natural environment. One can encounter animals like monkeys, crocodiles, manatees, and flamingos to name a few of the many thousands, plus the marine life species in the large freshwater aquarium.

Visiting the River Wonders Singapore is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to meet their pandas living in a forest environment who they call Kai Kai and Jia Jia. Make sure to visit both their sections, Wildlife Amazonia to watch creatures from the Amazon Rainforest and Rivers of the World housing animals that reside in & around eight different rivers across the world. 

Opening and Closing Hours: 09.00 a.m. to 06.00 p.m.

Location: 80 Mandai Lake Road

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Singapore Zoo

You will need your walking shoes to cover the entire area of Singapore Zoo which is a gigantic home for over 4000 animals that belong to different regions of the world. The rarely found White Tigers also live in this Zoo, and one must not miss a chance to see them when in Singapore.

Mostly all of the animals of this zoo are allowed to roam freely and aren’t caged to let them feel free and happy within nature. There is a large hectare of land where only orangutans stay, and it is a delight to watch them. You can also feed the Asian elephants at an added cost.

Opening and Closing Hours: 08.30 a.m. to 06.00 p.m.

Location: 80 Mandai Lake Road

How to Book: Book the Singapore Zoo Tickets

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S.E.A. Aquarium

S.E.A. Aquarium is the largest aquarium in the world and is a major attraction for tourists and residents of this country. In this large water, space resides aquatic animals like Eels, Bottlenose Dolphins, Nurse Sharks, and Giant Octopuses which are only a few of the 800 other species, and this is one of the best water parks in Singapore.

Stay as long as you spot the Manta Rays, for this Sea Aquarium is world-famous to possess the prevalent collection of this breed. Standing before the huge piece of glass and viewing the colorful fishes roam about is staging that is unforgettable!

Opening and Closing Hours: 10.00 a.m. to 07.00 p.m.

Location: 8 Sentosa Gateway

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Night Safari

Ride on a slow tram to see animals living in their rainforest abode within emerald greenery; the audio played inside the tram hints at what we are about to see, and at some regular instructions. This is a great opportunity to see plenty of nocturnal animals live their day posing for the passing people.

You can also walk down the many trails inside and spot some animals by yourself without any instructors. In the Night Safari be prepared to see Leopards, Flying Squirrels, Lions and Rhinos which are only some of the many residing creatures.

Opening and Closing Hours: 07.15 p.m. to 12.00 a.m.

Location: 80 Mandai Lake Road

How to Book: Book the Night Safari Ticket

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Sentosa 4D Adventure Land

A unique place in Singapore, this adventure land is for those who find enchantment in 4D movies designed with the latest technology. Situated in Sentosa Island, this theme park has regular shows on various themes screened inside a state-of-the-art auditorium.

It is amusing to witness the winds blowing, the water splashing and the feeling of fire making it a very attractive and personal experience. Some of the shows undergo a lot of movements like twisting, jolting, jumping, etc. and therefore those with injuries and motion sickness should avoid taking that show, and chose a milder one instead.

Opening and Closing Hours: 10.00 a.m. to 09.00 p.m.

Location: 51B, Imbiah Road

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SWP (Singapore Wake Park)

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This built-up lagoon ensures a great time for friends and family by offering a skiing experience, but with a difference. A participant is tied to one of the cables based on your level of expertise and is allowed to ski on the water till the other side of the cable.

As the evening sets in, the area is ignited up with beaming lights making the experience all the more thrilling. A restaurant cum bar in this park allows one to relax after a nice long skiing ride, which you can also combine with obstacles once more confident.

Opening and Closing Hours: Weekdays: 10.00 a.m. to 09.00 p.m
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o 09.00 p.m

Location: Singapore East Coast Park

Price: SGD 40 for experienced people and intermediate level for one hour (SGD 50 during weekends)
           SGD 50 for beginners/hour (SGD60 on weekends).

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Splash n Surf, Kallang Wave Mall

Splash n Surf is the famous water parks in Singapore. Kallang Mall dedicated to bringing smiles on the faces of little children. This park is concise and offers oodles of fun to children, while the rest of the family can find gladness in looking at them. A mini pool allows them to practice their swimming skills.

Another play area encloses swings, small slides and other water activities where they can spend hours to avoid the heat. Once they are done splashing, they can go surfing on the artificial surfing zone called Stingray where they can ride on skim boards and bodyboards. Parents of older children can also leave children on their own for the place is very protected with lifeguards and security.

Opening and Closing Hours: Monday to Sunday: 08.00 a.m. to 10.00 p.m.

1B Stadium Walk 

SGD 35 for Stingray
           SGD 2 for the lazy river. 

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Far East Children’s Garden

Power-packed with five differently themed park in one locale, Far East Children’s Garden is a must visit for those who visit Gardens by the Bay. The kids can enjoy in the Treehouse, splash around in the Wet Zone Play Area, go on the Adventure Trail, have bursts of laughter at the Toddler Play Area or enjoy the refreshing water at the Fish Fountain.

You can also register your kids for some educational programs conducted here to understand more about nature and different plants.

Opening and Closing Hours: Weekdays: 10.00 a.m. to 07.00 p.m.
10.00 a.m. to 09.00 p.m.
                                                  Closed on Mondays.

Gardens by the Bay, 18 Marina Gardens


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Haw Par Villa

If you love to mix history with some entertainment, then Haw Par Villa is one of the best theme parks in Singapore to visit. This magnetic park takes one on a ride to the Asian culture then and now where you can spot 3D statues and animals, each depicting something significant about the Chinese.

Some of the best things to see inside are the Ten Courts from Hell and the Cultural Park both narrating stories about Chinese folk and literature respectively. One can embark on one of the many tours conducted by professional guides to get a deeper insight into the origin of this park, and the rich Asian culture with over 1000 statues to look at.

Opening and Closing Hours: 09.00 a.m. to 10.00 p.m.

Location: 262 Pasir Panjang Road

Price: Starts from SGD 10
           Depends on the tour you pick

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Port of Lost Wonder

Port of Lost Wonder is a place for cheerfulness and elation for kids because this Singapore water park has been designed to entertain mostly them. The entire family can very well accompany the children and watch them revel in water play by plopping into the pool after sliding down.

Some amazing attractions inside this water theme park are Bubble Party, Dance, Pirate Ship, apart from other land activities like Pots and Planks and Storytelling. You must try the lip-smacking desserts available in their in-house restaurant. After a day of play, you can visit Just Wonder, a souvenir shop, and buy your kids some toys, stationery or bags.

Opening and Closing Hours: Momday to Sunday: 10.00 a.m. to 06.30 p.m.

Location: Palawan Beach

Price: SGD 10 during weekdays
           SGD 15 during weekends
           Accompanying parents can enter for free

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Westgate Wonderland

Westgate is a large lifestyle mall in Singapore, and Westgate Wonderland has been created to charm children with their seven different playgrounds until parents can finish their shopping. Children can either enroll in special clubs conducted here or enjoy freedom in this terrace park which has musical flowers, steels drums shaped like flower buds and twirling blinds that reflect kaleidoscopic images on the ground.

The evening lighting has been deliberated in a manner that it resembles a wonderland with light and sound effects. This is yet another of the Singapore water parks meant for children, and so this place is a complete package of amusement for them.

Opening and Closing Hours: 10.00 a.m. to 10.00 p.m.
                                                  (closed on last Monday of every month)

Location: 3 Gateway Dr

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Splash @ Kidz Amaze

A place of a multitude of energy and fun, Splash @Kidz Amaze is a dock for the entire family to bond and restore some happy moments. This is amongst those water parks in Singapore that are set indoors where there are a plethora of water activities to involve in.

Your kids are sure to find delight at this park which has slides, pools and a toddler play zone fashioned with colourful cartoon animals.

Opening and Closing Hours: Monday to Thursday: 01.00 p.m. to 07.00 p.m.
01.00 p.m. to 09.00 p.m.
                                                  Weekends: 10.00 a.m. to 09.00 p.m.

SAFRA Punggol

Price: SGD 16 for non-members
           SGD 8 for Amaze Member and Junior Dependent Member
           SGD 2 for accompanying parent

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Rainforest Kidzworld

Rainforest Kidzworld is an excellent place to let your children relax after the long walks in the Singapore Zoo. This children’s land has a Wet Play Zone and Dry Play Zone which they can enjoy along with other entertaining activities, and this is one of the highly visited theme parks in Singapore.

Along with a pool and some tine slides in the wet zone, there is also an animal-shaped spin in the dry play zone which even the parents can enjoy. Other attractions included in this Singapore theme park are Pone ride and interaction with some friendly animals. You can also feed these animals with instructions from the caretakers.

Opening and Closing Hours: Monday to Sunday: 09.00 a.m. to 06.00 p.m.

Location: Singapore Zoo

Price: Included in the entry cost of the zoo- SGD 33 for adults
                                                                      SGD 22 for kids
                                                                      SGD 15 for senior citizens

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Lake of Dreams

After a nice dinner and a lovely day spent in Sentosa Island, head to Festive Walk where you can witness a marvellous light and laser show that draws pictures of flaming dragons and other characters in the air. You can also see water cannons combine with this laser show to create an exceptional effect.

Opening and Closing Hours:
11.00 p.m. every night 

Festive Walk, Sentosa Gateway


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Jurong East Swimming Pool and Water Park

Re-defining the concept of swimming pools entirely, Jurong East Swimming pool and water park is a one-of-a-kind place where you can mix swimming with some fun water rides. A lot of competitions are also held here owing to a lovely viewing gallery for onlookers.

This water wonderland also includes a lazy river, a wave pool, a kiddy pool, a competition pool, a stream course, a floating lagoon, some water slides and a mushroom to add some thrill to a normal swimming day. The charges for the pool, the slides and lockers are charged separately; make sure to carry your swimwear to seek entry into this pool.

Opening and Closing Hours: 
 Tuesday to Sunday: 08.00 a.m. to 09.30 p.m.
                                                   (Closed on Mondays)

Location: 21 Jurong East Street

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Wave House Singapore

Wave House Singapore is for all those people who want to learn the skill of balancing on the waves by surfing or flyboarding with a safer environment to do so. Nowhere else in Asia will you find a wave installation as such as in Sentosa which is amongst the amazing water parks in Singapore.

There are instructors around the place to train the beginners and to help professionals up their skills before one actually tries surfing or flyboarding out in the Sea. You can pick from their packages like ‘Catch A Wave’ and ‘Flowrider’ based on your liking and interest which also is conducted in varying difficulty levels.

Opening and Closing Hours: 11.30 a.m. to 09.30 p.m. (From 10.30 a.m. on Weekends)

Location: 36 Siloso Beach Walk

How to Book: Book the Wave House Sentosa ticket

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People Also Ask About Singapore

  1. Which are the best theme parks in Singapore?

    1. Wild Wild Wet: One of the best theme and water parks in Singapore for your complete family, Wild Wild Wet is packed with both gentle and adrenaline-pumping slides.

    The main attractions of this water park include ‘Ular-Lah’, Southeast Asia’s first whitewater rafting-inspired slide and ‘Shiok River’, which lets you float along a stream.

    2. Universal Studios Singapore: Home to more than 20 attractions, Universal Studios is one of the best theme parks in Singapore. Some of the famous rides here include Jurassic Park Rapids, Revenge of The Mummy, and Transformers 3D Battle.

    3.  Adventure Cove Waterpark: A part of Resorts World Sentosa, Adventure Cove Waterpark is one of the top-rated Singapore water parks. Here, you engage in a wide array of fun water activities, rides, and attractions, such as Rainbow Reef and Ray Bay.

    4. LEGOLAND® Malaysia Theme Park: Packed with over 70 thrilling rides, performances, and water slides, LEGOLAND® Malaysia Theme Park is one of the top kids-friendly theme and water Parks in Singapore.

    The top attractions of this theme park include a Lego Technic roller coaster and a robot building workshop.

    5. G-Max Reverse Bungy: Singapore’s first-ever bungy, G-Max Reverse Bungy is one of the most adrenaline-fueled adventures in the country. This activity will have you launched skywards to an altitude of 60 meters at a speed of 200 km per hour for around 5 minutes.

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  2. Which are the best Nature parks in Singapore?

    1. Bukit Batok Nature ParkEstablished back in 1988, Bukit Batok Nature Park is packed with a number of amazing vantage points that offer breathtaking panoramic views of the quarry. The park is home to the WWII memorial and an easy hiking trail.

    2. East Coast Park: Stretching along the east coast of Singapore, the breathtaking East Coast Park features dedicated walking and cycling paths, a skate park, a camping area, and a barbeque area. There is also the beach, where you can enjoy fun water activities.

    3. Singapore Botanic Gardens: Declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Singapore Botanic Garden is home to an exquisite collection of more than 10,000 species of trees and flowering plants.
    Established in 1852, the Singapore Botanic Gardens features the National Orchid Garden, Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden, fountains, museums, and a lake with turtles and tropical birds.

    4. Chestnut Nature Park: Opened in 2017 and spread across 81 hectares, Chestnut Nature Park is the largest nature park of Singapore. This nature park lets visitors engage in hiking, mountain biking, bird watching, and photography.

    5. Pasir Ris Park: Sprawled across a land of 70 hectares, Pasir Ris Park happens to be the second largest park in Singapore. The park offers visitors a number of recreational activities to indulge in, including cycling, water sports, bird watching, overnight camping, horse riding, and barbecuing.

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  3. Which are the best Trampoline parks in Singapore?

    1. SuperPark: One of the best theme parks in Singapore for sports and fitness enthusiasts, SuperPark is where you can run, bounce, and prance.
    Sprawled across an area of around 40,000 square foot, this double-storey indoor activity park features more than 20 exhilarating attractions, including flying fox, a tube slide, skating, and trampolining.

    2. Bounce Singapore: There is never a moment of idleness at Bounce Singapore. Here, you can start your game by warming up at the jumping arena.
    Then you can go ahead and enjoy basketball, dodge balls at the Slam Dunk, and show off your Spiderman climbing ability.

    3. Katapult Trampoline Park: Lying amidst lush green environs, Katapult Trampoline Park features a total of 30 interconnected trampolines in the main area.
    At this trampoline park, you can enjoy basketball, face off with dodgeballs, and run vertically up the wall.

    4.  AMPED Trampoline Park: Considered to be one the first of its kind in the country, AMPED Trampoline Park is one of the top-rated theme Parks in Singapore.
    Here, you can spend time engaging in a number of exhilarating activities including wall climbing, dodgeball games, and basketball dunking.

    5. The Yard: One of the most favourite theme Parks in Singapore for stunts performers, The Yard offers trampolining and gymnastics training. This place also offers strength conditioning to let you flip, twist, and somersault.

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  4. What is the best time to visit Singapore?

    The best time to visit Singapore is during the dry season, between the months of February and April. During this time of the year, the country experiences the lowest amount of rainfall with the most sunshine and least humidity, which is perfect for enjoying outdoor activities.
  5. How to reach Singapore?

    The Changi Airport of Singapore is well-connected to almost all the leading cities across the world by regular flights from top air service providers including the national airline of Singapore, Singapore Airlines. You can take a flight from your home country and reach the Changi Airport and then hire a local cab from the airport and go to any part of the country.

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  6. What is Singapore famous for?

    Singapore is known famously for its luxury shopping malls, cheap street food, and stunning theme parks. The country is also known widely for its iconic Merlion and the classic Singapore Sling.
  7. What are the best activities in Singapore that you can book via Thrillophilia?

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Wonderful & thrilling experience. Must to do is transformer ride. Mummy is like deep space in Imagica, if you have guts to do it...then only go for it.
25 November 2019
Really loved the place, too clean and well maintained. They have around 100+ huge aquariums and have thousands of species. Really love the place.
Great experience.
"We checked a lot of sites for booking of universal studios tickets but we got the best deal on Thrillophilia. We had booked the tickets 10 days prior to reaching singapore and we received the email from the thrillophilia team within 24 hours.Our entry in the universal studios was hassle free and it is very clearly mentioned as in where to scan the tickets. So if you're booking the attractions on your own for Singapore, without a doubt you can go for thrillophilia as per my experience."
I booked a cruise tour to Singapore. I went there with my friends to experience something exceptional for our vacation. We had very few days in our hands to strategize our trip and to maximise the trip in best way possible, so it was best to go with thrillophilia. Looking for more.
We visited Singapore and Malaysia from Bangalore. It was fun and exciting knowing their culture. We also visited many tourist attractions. Looking forward for more.
We booked our tour from Delhi to Singapore to Malaysia. I must say it was a different experience as we covered two different foreign lands in a single trip. It was very captivating for us to know two different cultures and traditions. It was a complete family trip as a whole.

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