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Singapore and the Philippines Multi Centre Holiday

Combine a city break to the ultra-modern and gleaming streets of Singapore with beach island bliss in The Philippines on this multi-centre trip.

Featuring innovative architecture, colonial landmarks and the island of Sentosa, contemporary Singapore will keep you occupied. Observe the dazzling light show hosted at the iconic Marina Bay Sands Hotel, eat your way through the aptly named Food Street and seek out giant monitor lizards in the idyllic Singapore Botanic Gardens.

After exploring all that Singapore has to offer, hop on a short flight to the Filipino island of Cebu for a life of barefoot luxury, spent discovering white sand beaches and tropical jungles. Whether you’re hoping to unwind on the second leg of your trip or are after more adventure, the choice is yours.

For more sightseeing, opt for a tour of Cebu city to visit Magellan’s Cross, Fort San Pedro and the Taoist Temple. Or head to the shores of Mactan to observe the vibrant species of fish that live beneath the waves on a snorkelling trip.

A brief one hour flight transports you from Cebu to the popular island of Boracay. This small but buzzy island boasts pristine white sand beaches, plenty of adventurous activities like scuba diving and snorkelling and lively restaurants and bars.

Duration
13 days

Guide Price

 £2,999  pp
Options
Private basis, Self-Guided
Start your journey
Marina Bay View Singapore

Trip highlights

  • Explore the contemporary and buzzy city of Singapore
  • Unwind on the white sand beaches of The Philippines’ Cebu Island
  • Get your adrenaline pumping at Sentosa Island’s Universal Studios in Singapore
  • Snorkel with giant whale sharks off the coast of The Philippines’ Oslob Island
Singapore Waterfront

Singapore is one of the most contemporary cities in the world. Take in the slick city streets, the looming modern buildings and the luxury hotels and shopping malls.

Indulge in a dose of retail therapy as you browse the malls of Orchard Road. Or for thrills and spills, head to Universal Studios on Sentosa Island for soaring rollercoasters and entertaining shows. Featuring lush rainforests, lavish spas and golden sandy beaches, there’s plenty to do on Sentosa Island.

For panoramic views of Marina Bay, hop on the Singapore Flyer, the world’s largest observation wheel. From such heights, you can truly appreciate the glamour and beauty of Singapore.

A city for foodies, stroll through the buzzy streets of Chinatown to feast on Chinese fare. Or amble down Food Street to take your pick from a range of cuisines. Chinatown is also a fantastic spot to pick up gifts and souvenirs, with a mix of traditional shops and markets lining the colourful streets.

a group of palm trees next to a body of water

Swap city sightseeing in Singapore for laidback island life in Cebu in The Philippines. Many luxury hotels sit on Mactan Island, which is accessed by a bridge via the main island of Cebu.

While the beaches on Mactan Island are manmade, they feature caster sugar white sands and crystal blue waters. Head into the ocean for a spot of snorkelling or diving to discover the underwater world of colourful fish that live off the sandy shores.

With fantastic boat and airport links to the nearby islands, Cebu provides an ideal base for island hopping in The Philippines. Head to Oslob for a once in a lifetime opportunity to swim with the enormous but harmless whale sharks on the South of the island.

Or, head to Bohol to witness the mysterious Chocolate Hills, a beautiful geographical formation made up of at least 1,260 green hills that stretch into the distance. Another option is a visit to the island of Boracay, which is home to dazzling white sands and a buzzy beach holiday atmosphere.