SINGAPORE | Yampu Tours

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"The Little Red Dot"

Tour Singapore, commonly referred to as “The Little Red Dot” on the world map, which started as a fishing village. Over the years, the country has transformed into a cosmopolitan city that is now home to many of the world’s largest attractions including the highest, largest rooftop pool; largest fountain (Fountain of Wealth); and largest aquarium (S.E.A. Aquarium). The cultural center of Asia plays host to the architecture, cultural influences and cuisines of India, China and mainland South-East Asia. Singapore has is all - historical buildings, delicious food, beautiful nature, exotic wildlife, and beaches.


Be in the know before you go

A valid passport with at least six months validity remaining is required to enter Singapore.

Citizens of most countries including the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and members of the EU do not require a visa if traveling for a period shorter than 90 days.

Although yellow fever is not a disease risk in Singapore, the government requires travelers arriving from countries with risk of yellow fever virus transmission to present proof of yellow fever vaccination. Besides this, there are no other vaccine requirements, although it is wise to be up to date on your routine inoculations. All travelers should consult their physician or a travel health clinic with plenty of time before their departure date.

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