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In the heart of Southeast Asia, multicultural Singapore makes a great jumping-off point for other exciting destinations. So, if you’re planning to go all the way to the Lion City, why not see more of the world at the same time? A Singapore multi-centre holiday is a fantastic way to tick another place off your bucket list. Whether you fancy an Asian adventure or an incredible trip to Australia, we’ll take care of all the details to make sure you have an easy-peasy break.

Singapore is home to all kinds of wonderful attractions. Temples and skyscrapers stand side-by-side, while traditional markets and shining malls line the bustling streets. But the ‘City in a Garden’ also boasts lots of parks and green spaces, including the Gardens by the Bay and its iconic Supertree Grove. The range of cultures here is evident from the varied architecture, but it’s even more obvious in the flavour-filled cuisine – Singapore has everything from Michelin-starred Japanese restaurants, to hawker centres serving Malaysian street food, Chinese dishes and Indian bites.

When it comes to choosing your Singapore multi-centre trip, our experts can help you choose the right option for you. If you want to focus on shopping and sightseeing, why not stop off in Dubai? Or, if you fancy a beach break after a few days in Singapore, continue your holiday in tropical Bali. Head to Borneo to discover exotic rainforest and incredible wildlife, or go island-hopping across Malaysia. Or, for something truly special, you could even combine Singapore and Australia into one unforgettable getaway. Whatever you’re looking for, we’ve got the perfect multi-centre holiday for you.

Bali

Malaysia

Australia

Dubai

Bali

Singapore and Bali make the perfect match – you can enjoy a few days in the busting city Lion City, and then jet off for a beach break on Indonesia’s best-loved island. A direct flight between the two takes less than three hours, so you’ll be there in no time.

You could easily spend all your time relaxing on Bali’s powdery sands. Sanur, Seminyak and Nusa Dua are all popular beach spots, while coastal Kuta offers great surfing and lively nightlife. But if you want to explore the island’s rich interior, there’s plenty more to see.

 

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Known as Bali’s cultural heart, laidback Ubud is famous for its lush landscape and rich culture. You can see bright green rice terraces, visit incense-filled temples, and walk through tropical forests, where you’ll see colourful birds and swinging monkeys. Or you could go hiking towards rumbling Mount Agung, Bali’s active cone-shaped volcano.

 

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Malaysia

Malaysia is a popular choice for a Singapore multi-centre holiday. This diverse country offers a variety of options, with picturesque islands, pulsing cities and fantastic wildlife.

After Singapore, you could continue your city sightseeing in Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia’s capital – where you’ll find the Petronas Twin Towers and the fascinating Batu Caves. But if you’re craving some culture, head to Penang. The island’s multicultural capital, Georgetown, is dotted with Buddhist temples, British colonial buildings, Chinese shophouses and grand mosques.

 

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If you’d prefer to unwind on a beach, Langkawi is the place to go. This scenic archipelago boasts picture-perfect white sands and turquoise waters, along with luxurious hotels, seafood restaurants and therapeutic spas.

Or you could head to Borneo for a rainforest adventure. You can see gentle orangutans in the wild, go on a guided climb up Mount Kinabalu – the highest mountain in Malaysia – and snorkel among colourful coral reefs.

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Australia

Singapore is more than half way between the UK and Australia – so why not continue on to Down Under? You can fly to iconic Sydney, where you’ll be able to tick off famous sights like the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge. Afterwards, you could journey south towards Melbourne and the Great Ocean Road. Likewise, you could enjoy a road trip north to Brisbane, Byron Bay and the Gold Coast. Or, hop on a plane to Cairns and spend a few days exploring the incredible Whitsunday Islands and the Great Barrier Reef.

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But Sydney isn’t your only choice. You can also fly from Singapore to Perth, on the opposite side of Australia. This sun-soaked city is the gateway to Western Australia – an enormous state home to rich vineyards, blonde beaches and magnificent whale sharks. You can book a tour and venture into the Outback, to discover sacred Uluru and the other-worldly Red Centre. With Perth or Sydney as your starting point, the options are endless for a trip to Australia.

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Dubai

If you’re a city lover, what better than a Dubai and Singapore multi-centre holiday? On this trip, you can discover two of the most recognisable cities in the world. And, just a seven-hour flight from the UK, Dubai is perfectly placed to break up your journey to the Lion City.

Like Singapore, Dubai is all about futuristic architecture, first-class dining and world-class attractions. You can go to the top of the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa, and lose yourself in the largest shopping mall on Earth. Splash about in Dubai’s waterparks, ride rollercoasters, and zoom across the dunes on a desert safari. Or you could simply take it easy on the coast, where you’ll find caramel-coloured sands and sleek beach clubs.

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And then there’s the dining scene. While Singapore is famous for its mouth-watering street food, Dubai is known for its decadent restaurants and swanky rooftop bars. You can sip fruity cocktails and try every cuisine under the sun. And make sure you don’t miss out on a lavish Friday brunch – it’s a rite of passage here.

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Bali

Bali

Singapore and Bali make the perfect match – you can enjoy a few days in the busting city Lion City, and then jet off for a beach break on Indonesia’s best-loved island. A direct flight between the two takes less than three hours, so you’ll be there in no time.

You could easily spend all your time relaxing on Bali’s powdery sands. Sanur, Seminyak and Nusa Dua are all popular beach spots, while coastal Kuta offers great surfing and lively nightlife. But if you want to explore the island’s rich interior, there’s plenty more to see.

 

Show More
Show Less

Known as Bali’s cultural heart, laidback Ubud is famous for its lush landscape and rich culture. You can see bright green rice terraces, visit incense-filled temples, and walk through tropical forests, where you’ll see colourful birds and swinging monkeys. Or you could go hiking towards rumbling Mount Agung, Bali’s active cone-shaped volcano.

 

Show More
Show Less

Malaysia

Malaysia

Malaysia is a popular choice for a Singapore multi-centre holiday. This diverse country offers a variety of options, with picturesque islands, pulsing cities and fantastic wildlife.

After Singapore, you could continue your city sightseeing in Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia’s capital – where you’ll find the Petronas Twin Towers and the fascinating Batu Caves. But if you’re craving some culture, head to Penang. The island’s multicultural capital, Georgetown, is dotted with Buddhist temples, British colonial buildings, Chinese shophouses and grand mosques.

 

Show More
Show Less

If you’d prefer to unwind on a beach, Langkawi is the place to go. This scenic archipelago boasts picture-perfect white sands and turquoise waters, along with luxurious hotels, seafood restaurants and therapeutic spas.

Or you could head to Borneo for a rainforest adventure. You can see gentle orangutans in the wild, go on a guided climb up Mount Kinabalu – the highest mountain in Malaysia – and snorkel among colourful coral reefs.

Show More
Show Less

Australia

Australia

Singapore is more than half way between the UK and Australia – so why not continue on to Down Under? You can fly to iconic Sydney, where you’ll be able to tick off famous sights like the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge. Afterwards, you could journey south towards Melbourne and the Great Ocean Road. Likewise, you could enjoy a road trip north to Brisbane, Byron Bay and the Gold Coast. Or, hop on a plane to Cairns and spend a few days exploring the incredible Whitsunday Islands and the Great Barrier Reef.

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But Sydney isn’t your only choice. You can also fly from Singapore to Perth, on the opposite side of Australia. This sun-soaked city is the gateway to Western Australia – an enormous state home to rich vineyards, blonde beaches and magnificent whale sharks. You can book a tour and venture into the Outback, to discover sacred Uluru and the other-worldly Red Centre. With Perth or Sydney as your starting point, the options are endless for a trip to Australia.

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Dubai

Dubai

If you’re a city lover, what better than a Dubai and Singapore multi-centre holiday? On this trip, you can discover two of the most recognisable cities in the world. And, just a seven-hour flight from the UK, Dubai is perfectly placed to break up your journey to the Lion City.

Like Singapore, Dubai is all about futuristic architecture, first-class dining and world-class attractions. You can go to the top of the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa, and lose yourself in the largest shopping mall on Earth. Splash about in Dubai’s waterparks, ride rollercoasters, and zoom across the dunes on a desert safari. Or you could simply take it easy on the coast, where you’ll find caramel-coloured sands and sleek beach clubs.

Show More
Show Less

And then there’s the dining scene. While Singapore is famous for its mouth-watering street food, Dubai is known for its decadent restaurants and swanky rooftop bars. You can sip fruity cocktails and try every cuisine under the sun. And make sure you don’t miss out on a lavish Friday brunch – it’s a rite of passage here.

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