Christmas in Singapore


WORLD famous Orchard Road in Singapore transforms into a fairytale scene for the 27th consecutive year, when the Lion City once again turns on Christmas in the Tropics, its highly successful and totally fabulous festive season campaign.

Running from now until January 3, the glitter of Singapore will be blazing along with some great deals making a tropical Christmas totally within reach for families.

This year, 13 hotels along Orchard Road have came together to launch the “Celebrations Hotel Deal” where, for every two nights booked, guests will receive a third night free.

The deal also includes a complimentary Christmas Light-up Night Tour for two, food vouchers and discounts off selected attractions.

And to assist you in making the most of the Lion City’s extended late night shopping hours and visitor deals, the Singapore Tourism Board has partnered with to come up with these fantastic (land content only) deals if you book by February 28, 2010: Stay four nights and pay for three from $319 per person staying at the Allson Hotel, Singapore in a deluxe room, return transfers, a zoo tour and bonus discounts on food from the a la carte menu, or for $399 per person stay at the Novotel Clarke Quay, Singapore including four nights accommodation, breakfast daily and a half day city tour.

■ For further details (and a chance to win a trip to Singapore) log onto For Christmas in the Tropics contact the Singapore Tourism Board on (02) 9290 2888 or go to Visiting Singapore.

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