13 day sample itinerary

Singapore and the Philippines Multi Centre

Cosmopolitan city and blissful beaches

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Singapore is without a doubt one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world. With its ultra-modern streets, colonial monuments and nearby Sentosa - home to Universal Studios, this glistening city has it all. After a busy few days in the city, take a short flight to Cebu where you can embark on an optional tour of the city to see Magellan's Cross, Fort San Pedro and Taoist Temple. The beaches in Mactan are man-made but are no less beautiful and there are plenty of fish swimming just off the shore. Another short flight takes you to the beautiful tiny island of Boracay, which has a postcard-perfect stretch of soft, white sandy beach lined with hotels, bars, restaurants and dive shops.

Our Experts Recommend:
  • Vibrant Singapore
  • Rich history of Cebu
  • Postcard-perfect beaches of Boracay
  • Island hopping in the Philippines

Sample Itinerary Summary

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Duration
13 days
Destination Breakdown
Options
Private basis, Self-Guided
  • Singapore

    Itinerary Highlights

    • Singapore Flyer
    • Attractions and activities on Sentosa Island
    • Night Safari
    • Thian Hock Keng Temple
    • Marina Bay Sands Viewing Deck
  • Cebu

    Itinerary Highlights

    • Fort San Pedro
    • Learn about Cebu's 16th-century Spanish colonial past
    • One of over 7,000 islands in the Philippines
    • Carbon Market
    • Momument of the Filipino chieftain
  • Boracay

    Itinerary Highlights

    • Three stations to explore
    • Crystal clear waters
    • Golf Courses
    • Water activities including scuba diving and kitesurfing
    • Nightlife
Singapore

Visit the bright lights of this cosmopolitan city for some retail therapy at the malls on Orchard Road, or if your seeking the thrill factor why not visit Universal Studios on Sentosa Island? On a clear day we would recommend a visit to the Singapore Flyer, the world's largest observation wheel, where you will have glorious views of Marina Bay. In the evening, take a stroll through bustling Chinatown where you will find a mix of traditional shops, markets and cafes,

Cebu

Most of the hotels in Cebu are located on Mactan Island, accessed by a bridge from the main island of Cebu. Although the beaches here are man-made they are no less beautiful with plenty of fish swimming just off the shore. The nearby islands offer amazing snorkelling opportunities, or why not arrange locally a trip to Oslob on the south of the island where you can take a small boat out to swim with whale sharks, an experience not to be missed!

Highlights

  • Luxury hotels of Mactan Island
  • Taoist Temple
Boracay

This tiny island has plenty to offer with two amazing powder-soft white sand beaches, some good dive sites nearby and plenty of restaurants and bars. White Beach is the main area and is split in to three areas, Station 1 is where the majority of the luxury accommodation can be found and has a more peaceful atmosphere, yet still within easy each of restaurants and bars. Station 2 is the main hub and bustling with restaurants, bars, and watersports. Station 3 has more basic accommodation popular with backpackers. 

Highlights

  • Water activities
  • Enjoy a day boat trip with snorkeling