Travelling to malaysia from singapore

Itinerary singapore


Entering the smallest country in Southeast Asia is very simple: 80% of the nationalities do not need a Singapore visa, and you will be given between 15 and 90 days of stay, depending on your passport. If you come from Europe or America, you have the green light.

In two or three days you will receive a reply and, in case you are granted the extension, it will be counted from the original expiration date. It is free of charge and you only need to have your passport and the little card you are given when you enter the country.

The dengue mosquito breeds especially in tropical areas, so all of Southeast Asia is a potential dengue risk area. In all the trips we made in the area we never had it, but we met some travelers with worse luck. To tell you about their experience, we summoned some travelers in the post: “I had dengue in Southeast Asia”: Five travelers tell their experience.

Not all countries in South America are considered to be at risk, and even within these countries there are areas that are affected and others that are not. For example, in Argentina, only the provinces of Misiones and Corrientes are considered risk areas.

How to go from singapore to kuala lumpur

After a healthy breakfast at the hotel, explore the history and major landmarks of one of the world’s most modern cities – Kuala Lumpur. Learn the history behind some of the city’s most iconic landmarks as you wander the busy streets and discover nooks and crannies.

After breakfast today, visit the universal studios. Enter the exciting world of movie magic as you ride the movies on roller coasters and other movie-themed attractions. Be dazzled and enchanted by an immersive entertainment experience that brings the silver screen to life.

Travel to Malaysia 2022

Malaysia is an amazing country to go on a road trip! Within Malaysia there are regions that are so interesting and so different from each other that, in my humble opinion, it would be a big mistake to go there to know only one destination. For this reason, if you decide to undertake this long trip, my advice is to organize a route through Malaysia and Singapore that lasts between 15 and 20 days.

Organizing an itinerary through Malaysia and Singapore on your own is not complicated at all, as they are countries where transportation works very well (especially buses) and many people speak English, so it is not difficult to communicate. In our case, after consulting many travel guides and many blogs, this was the chosen route:

Singapore was the city where we flew to from Barcelona (with a stopover in Istanbul) and it was for us one of the big surprises of the trip: a city from which we did not expect much and that, however, left us totally fascinated.

In Singapore everything is big: its airport, its parks and gardens (with special mention for the Botanical Garden and the Gardens by the Bay) or its luxury hotels (the Marina Bay Sands will leave you open-mouthed). Not to mention its incredible cultural mix with people from all over the world. Find out more about what to see in Singapore in this post.

Travel to Malaysia 15 days

Then we will visit Thian Hock Keng, one of the oldest temples in the country, where sailors went to worship the goddess of the sea, Mu Zu, when they arrived in Singapore. Our next stop will be Chinatown, where the Chinese colony that migrated from Xiamen in 1821 settled. We will continue our tour to the National Orchid Garden, which is located within the Singapore Botanic Gardens. It is a pioneer in the research and conservation of this specific kind of flower. In addition, inside you can enjoy more than 60,000 orchids of unparalleled beauty.

At the appointed time, we will depart for Malacca, one of the most fascinating places in Malaysia. Thanks to its fusion of cultures, including Dutch, Portuguese and English, it was awarded the title of World Heritage Site.

At the scheduled time, our English-speaking guide or translator will be waiting for us in the lobby to get to know the true essence of Malacca.  We will start our tour at St. Francis Xavier Church, the oldest church in Malaysia. We will continue to Stadthuys, the former residence of the governor of the Dutch colony. This building was painted the same color as Christ Church. Today this building is the Museum of Ethnography of Malacca.

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