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Singapore Tourism Competition for Schools 2003.

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SINGAPORE TOURISM COMPETITION FOR SCHOOLS 2003 3 DAYS/2 NIGHTS AND EXTENSION NIGHT PACKAGE FOR FAMILY OF 4 TO SINGAPORE ROJAK! THE SINGAPORE CULTURE A CULTURAL FUSION EXPERIENCE SINGAPORE STYLE 3 DAYS/2 NIGHTS AND EXTENSION NIGHT PACKAGE FOR FAMILY OF 4 TO SINGAPORE INTRODUCTION This 3 days / 2 nights and extension night package is designed for family of 4 for their first visit to Singapore. Family Profile Country of Origin - People's Republic of China (Shanghai) Class - Upper middle class Reason for visit - Holiday Father - 42 years old Mother - 39 years old Daughter - 16 years old Son - 11 years old Entitled Rojak! The Singapore Culture, the tour focuses on introducing the tourist to Singapore's introducing to them Singapore's various different races and cultures and how they infusion together to become one, the Singapore Culture. This cultural fusion experience will provide an insight into the cultural fabric of Singapore which are perhaps the country's truest attractions, having stood the test of time, insignificant bits that make Singapore. They will be brought to many cultural sites in Singapore; also activities have been organized for them to really experience these cultures. Not forgetting, the tourist will also be bought to the most prominent tourist attractions in Singapore as well. The tour will be based in a Singapore setting, meaning that the tourist will experience this cultural fusion experience Singapore Style, while being tourist in Singapore, they will live life like a normal Singaporean, however this will of effect the goals for the tour, to link the various tourism and hospitality sector within the industry to ensure the visitors's experience in Singapore ...read more.


The Singapore River was the lifeline of Singapore where the first immigrants eked out a meagre living and saw Singapore transform from an obscure little fishing village to a great seaport. and into a modern metropolis famous for its skyscrapers. The Esplanade is also situated along the opening of the Singapore River. The Singapore River can be considered as the birthplace of Singapore and her we can both experience the past and present. Furthermore there are many shops lined along Clark Quay which will appeal to daughter and mother, there are almost many toyshops here selling traditional toys and games which might appeal to boy. Chatter-box (Mandarin Singapore) (Dinner) - Duration 1 h * Main features - World famous Hainanese Chicken Rice Reasons for choice Hainanese Chicken Rice can be considered as a national favourite an authentic Singapore cuisine it can be found at hawker centers as well as fine dining establishments. Many tourists who have come to Singapore have praised this dish for its fragrance rice and tender chicken, a must-try Singaporean dish. Singapore History Museum - Duration 1 h * Main features - Tales of the Night tour Reasons for choice Family will enjoy a evening of trill and suspense, the special guide for this unusual tour will relate the bizarre incidents and hidden tales of the over a century old museum building and explain why it was called the "dead house". Family can seize the rare opportunity to climb the infamous spiral staircase that leads up to the rooftop and discover the sights at the top of the museum, while looking out for "restless spirits". ...read more.


If family chooses to stay for extension night package, they would not follow tour group to airport but wait at Hotel or do some shopping in the vicinity until tour guides returns. Places Cheng Ho Cruise - 3.00 pm, Duration 2.5h * High tea cruise, Kusu Island Reason for Choice The cruise will offers another unforgettable experience; enjoy a wide selection of pastries and savories while sailing to Kusu Island to see ancient Chinese Temple. Alkaff Mansion (Dinner)- Duration 2h * Dutch 'Rijsttafel' cuisine Reason for Choice One of the top restaurants in Singapore. The distinctive service and elegant way that it is presented makes the dinner unique. A dinner gong precedes the start of the Rijsttafel service. Each dish is then personally served with a short introduction by a parade of kebaya-clad ladies. Rijsttafel fare features a selection of Indonesian spicy meat, seafood and vegetable delights and was originally served on plantations during the days of colonial rule. CONCLUSION There are three ways to view the various style names of the template sample text: 1) In Normal view, choose Tools Options. Click the View tab. In the Style Area Width box, dial up a number such as "1" and click OK. Observe the style name next to each paragraph; or 2) In Page Layout view, click on any paragraph and view the style name on the Formatting toolbar; or 3) From the Format menu choose Style Gallery. In the Preview section click on Style Samples. BIOLIOGRAPHY Websites http://www.newasia-singapore.com/ http://www.tourismsingapore.com/ http://www.travel-guide.com/ http://www.yahoo.com.sg Books Interactive Geography Elective RB Bunnett EPB Pan Pacific ?? (footnote continued) 2 13 ...read more.

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