A Singapore and Maldives twin centre holiday offers the ideal itinerary if you want to combine relaxation, culture and adventure. With our twin centre holidays in the Maldives and Singapore, you can enjoy a few days in a buzzing world-class city with all the entertainment, shopping and excellent local cuisine that goes with it, and then follow it up with a week’s relaxation on an idyllic tropical island. What could be better than enjoying the best of both worlds in one holiday?

10 nights, From £1,645*

Price is a guide for this multi-centre holiday including all your flights, hotels and transfers

* Prices are only to act as a guide

  • Singapore & Maldives Itinerary
  • Things To Do

Singapore & Maldives Itinerary

3 Nights – Singapore
7 Nights – Maldives

UK – Singapore (3 Nights): First, you will fly from your chosen UK airport direct to Singapore. There, you will have three nights to explore the city’s exciting attractions. Singapore is wonderfully cosmopolitan, and there’s no end of places to visit. Explore the iconic Raffles Hotel, which is the old grand dame of the colonial era, or head to the beach-side entertainment island of Sentosa for attractions such as Universal Studios and Mega Adventure Park. Orchard Road is a shopper’s utopia with its incredible mega shopping centres, Little India and Chinatown, which are great for markets and are fascinating districts to sample the delicious street food. Gardens in a Bay is one of the world’s most incredible botanic gardens and, with its different climatic zones, must be seen to be believed.

Singapore – Maldives (7 Nights): From Singapore, you will fly to the Maldives, and depending on the resort you choose, you will be met at the airport and be whisked off in either a speedboat or seaplane to your resort island.

With fine white sand, palm trees and crystal clear blue waters, the Maldives really are the ultimate exotic beach escape. From tiny boutique hideaways to all-inclusive resorts and contemporary hotels to rustic retreats, there are a plethora of hotels to choose from, and each one enjoys the exclusivity of its own island.

Along with outstanding spas and fantastic gourmet restaurants, the Maldives is the ultimate romantic destination where you can totally chill out. At the end of the day, enjoy the sundowns savouring the most beautiful of Indian Ocean sunsets. The diving and snorkelling experience is one of the best in the world, with the coral reefs and their incredible sea life surrounding all the islands. You can also indulge in outstanding spa treatments, dine on private beaches and enjoy the famously high levels of service.

Maldives – UK: After a week in paradise, you will be collected by speed boat or seaplane and taken back to the main island of Male, where you can fly back to your chosen UK airport.

 


 

Why choose a Maldives and Singapore twin centre holiday?

If you’re looking for the best of both worlds from your holiday, a Singapore and Maldives twin centre trip ticks all the boxes. In Singapore, you can discover a thriving, bustling city packed with culture and cuisine. Then, when you’re ready for a spot of relaxation, you can head over to the Maldives section of your twin centre trip. In the Maldives, you can sit back and relax, enjoying breathtaking white sand beaches, crystal clear waters, and self-contained resorts where you can totally switch off from the world around you.

The great thing about a multi centre trip to Singapore and the Maldives is getting to see two amazing destinations in one holiday. You don’t have to choose between a packed city adventure or a chilled beach trip; with our Maldives and Singapore twin centre holidays, you can do both in one neat package.

Things To Do

What kind of food do they eat in Singapore?

Cuisine in Singapore combines influences from Chinese, Malay, Indian and Western dishes, leading to a delicious range of meals to explore if you visit. The country has an abundance of Michelin-starred restaurants, although you can find equally exciting options in the area’s many street food courts. Some of the most popular dishes include the national dish, Hainanese Chicken Rice – a mouthwatering staple containing poached chicken cooked in chicken stock and served with fragrant rice and spicy chilli sauce.

Laksa is another popular choice. This dish is a spicy noodle soup, with a coconut milk and curry paste broth combined with herbs and spices. You can also enjoy Char Kway Teow, a stir-fried flat noodle dish containing Chinese sausage, egg, shrimp and bean sprouts, or Nasi Lemak, a fragrant rice dish cooked in coconut milk and served with options such as peanuts, anchovies, cucumber and eggs. Satay, skewered marinated meat with a peanut sauce, can also be found in restaurants and market stalls alike. Whatever you fancy during your twin centre trip, you’ll be spoiled for choice of food in Singapore!

 

Does Singapore have a vibrant nightlife?

Are you looking for a Singapore twin centre trip with nightlife in mind? Luckily, you’ll find plenty to explore once the sun goes down. Singapore is a bustling, thriving city during the day – but it comes alive after dark. If you’re wanting to explore the nightlife in the area, you’ll find plenty of nightclubs and bars playing music and serving up delicious cocktails. If you’re looking for something a little more cultured, Singapore also hosts a range of cultural events and performances throughout the year, so day or night, there’ll always be something to see and do.

 

What are the best beaches on the Maldives?

The Maldives is known around the world for its stunning beaches, so wherever you visit, you can expect glistening oceans and pristine white sands. Some of the most popular beaches include Bikini Beach, which is located on the island of Maafushi and offers an excellent base for swimming and snorkelling. Reethi Beach, on the island of Baa Atoll, is another option great for swimming, kayaking and snorkelling. It also offers stunning views of the Indian Ocean, making it a popular spot for sunbathers. Biyadhoo Island Beach is known for its crystal clear waters and coral reefs, while Coca Island beaches provide excellent opportunities for scuba diving.

These are just a small selection of the beaches on offer if you choose a twin centre trip in the Maldives. Wherever you choose to visit, you will be greeted by pristine sands, sunny skies and calm, azure waters.