11 day sample itinerary

Singapore and Cambodia Suggested Multi Centre

A combination that will leave you wanting more

Singapore has something for everyone, from theme parks, golf courses and gardens to vibrant markets and enormous shopping malls, some of which are open 24 hours a day. The skyline of Marina Bay is scattered with impressive buildings which are best seen from a height. If you want to get away from the bustling city, head to Gardens by the Bay for a spot of peace and tranquility.After a few days exploring the bright lights of Singapore, take a short flight to Siem Reap where you can enjoy the plethora of ancient temples and ruins which are all fascinating in their own way. Be sure to visit the iconic Angkor Wat early in the morning to see the temple at sunrise.

Our Experts Recommend:
  • Enjoy a Singapore Sling at Raffles
  • Shop till you drop on Orchard Road
  • Visit Angkor Wat early to avoid the crowds
  • Allow enough time to explore the temples

Sample Itinerary Summary

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11 days
Guide Price
£1,749 per person
Price based on
Based on 15 November 18 departure from London Heathrow flying with Singapore Airlines, staying for 4 nights bed and breakfast in a Deluxe Room (Singapore) and 6 nights bed and breakfast in a Superior Room (Siem Reap) including transfers.
Our guide price gives you an idea of pricing which will vary depending on exchange rates, accommodation, duration, dates, airline and cabin class.
Destination Breakdown
  • Singapore

    Itinerary Highlights

    • A modern and vibrant city
    • Bustling street markets
    • Nearby Sentosa is home to a theme park, an aquarium and many more attractions
    • Home to iconic buildings like Marina Bay Sands and Raffles Singapore
    • Great stopover destination
  • Cambodia

    Itinerary Highlights

    • Spectacular Angkor Archaelogical Park
    • Enjoy the rich history and culture that this stunning country has to offer
    • A range of dining options from hawker stalls to upmarket restaurants
    • See where Tomb Raider was filmed in 2000
    • Markets and temples

There is so much to see and do in the Marina Bay area, so why not stay at Marina Bay Sands and enjoy some of the many ‘must-do’s’ when visiting this vibrant city. Enjoy a dip in the infinity-edge swimming pool which is located on top of the hotel, or if you fancy a bite to eat head to floor 57 and indulge in some traditional Asian cuisine at Sky On 57. If you are a keen golfer, head to the Marina Bay golf course and enjoy the stunning views as you play a round of golf on Singapore’s first ever 18-hole golf course.


Jump in a tuk-tuk and explore some of the many temples of the Angkor Archaeological Park in Siem Reap, recommended are Angkor Wat, Bayon Temple and Angkor Thom Temple. Angkor Wat was built in the 12th Century taking around 30 years to build and is most impressive in the early morning, as the sky changes from pinks and oranges to gorgeous blues as the sun rises behind. Bayon Temple stands at the centre of Angkor Thom and its distinct feature is the many stone faces on the towers. Angkor Thom is thought to be the last capital of the Khmer Empire and was used in a scene of the film ‘Tomb Raider’.