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The vibrant island city-state of Singapore lies at the end of the Malay peninsula, and behind the facade of a 21st Century high-tech city you'll find a colourful blend of Asian cultures, with Malay, Chinese and Indian traditions still very much in evidence with Imaginative Traveller.

Singapore is famous for its cuisine, and eating out at one of the many stalls here that offer delicious local food is a great way to discover Singapore at street level.


We have 3 trips in Singapore   
Any Theme
Departure Month
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£1000 - £2000
£2000 - £3000
£3000 - £4000
Any Duration
2 - 3 Weeks
3 - 4 Weeks


GROUP TOUR from £1775 for 15 days


- Dive into the nature lover’s paradise of Khao Sok National Park, exploring, hiking, relaxing, and cruising by longtail boat on a limestone cliff-circled lake
- Taste Thai traditions while learning how to cook an authentic Southern Thai dish with a village homestay host
- Discover a true slice of paradise on an included sea kayaking trip through the stunning inlets, caves and hidden lagoons of the Ao Thalane mangrove forests


GROUP TOUR from £2675 for 22 days


- Work up an appetite with a leisurely cycle through the ancient Buddhas and ruined temples of Heritage-listed Sukothai Park, then feast on a home-cooked picnic lunch
- Experience daily rural life firsthand in the north and the south of Thailand when staying with long-time Intrepid friends at 2 homestays
- Support an important animal welfare initiative and get close to incredible creatures at the Hospital of the Friends of the Asian Elephant


GROUP TOUR from £3125 for 28 days


- Explore the stunning natural areas including Khao Sok National Park, Ao Thaland near Krabi, and Green Canyon near Pangandaran
- Get to know Thailand and Malaysian cultures through their food. Taste Thai traditions while learning how to cook an authentic Southern Thai dish with a village homestay host, sample Hawker food in Penang, and take a food tour through Kuala Lumpur
- Travel by train, bus, bicycle, boat, cycle rickshaw, kayak and by foot - all the best ways to get you close to the attractions and chatting to the locals
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