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  2. 2. Travel assignment…
  3. 3. Name: Aniket jaiswal Batch code: S2 Assignment on: Travel management Assessor Name: Mrs. Shweta Dwivedi Center: Lucknow Submission Date: 01-09-2015
  4. 4. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT… Any attempt at any level cannot be satisfactorily completed without the support and guidance of learned people. I would like to express my immense gratitude to Mrs. Shweta Dwivedi for her constant support and motivation that has encouraged me to come up with the assignment. I am also thankful to my friends who have rendered their whole hearted support to all times for the successful completion of this assignment.
  5. 5. TASK… The client Mr. Vinay Rathore informed that he would want to go on a vacation ; therefore ( XYZ Travel & tours) required to make a presentation on at least 4Cities/Regions of The country SINGAPORE
  6. 6. Map and flag…
  7. 7.  Language:-English, Malay, Mandarin and tamil  Currency:-Singapore Dollar (SGD)  Population:-5.399 million(2013) Religion in Singapore(2013) Buddhist (34%) Muslim (14%) Taoist (11%) Catholic (7%) Hindu (5%) Christian (11%) Other (2%) None (16%)
  8. 8.  Singapore officially the Republic of Singapore, and often referred to as the Lion City, the Garden City, and the Red Dot, is a leading global city-state and island country in Southeast Asia.  It lies off the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula, one degree (137 km; 85 mi) north of the equator, and is separated from Peninsular Malaysia by the Straits of Johor to the north and from Indonesia's Riau Islands by the Singapore Strait to the south.  Singapore's territory consists of the diamond-shaped main island (commonly referred to as Singapore Island in English and Pulau Ujong in Malay) and more than 60 significantly smaller islets. Since the 1960 ongoing land reclamation projects have increased Singapore's land area, which is highly urbanised, by at least 20%.
  10. 10. DOCUMENT REQUIRED FOR THE TRIP TO SINGAPORE… A valid passport or other valid travel document A valid visa or authority to enter Singapore(including electronic visas) A completed and signed iccoming passenger card Including health and dealaration.
  11. 11.  fern loft city,Little india  Singapore Night safari Zoo  vivo city,Sentosa Island  orchard city,Orchard Road
  12. 12. DAY 1 Arrival at Hotel After taking some time to settle into your spacious guest room or suite, visit the Hotel's all-day restaurant, One-Ninety, for a bite, or hit the streets for a half-day city tour. From Chinatown to Little India, Malay-influenced Kampong Glam to exotic Arab Street, you'll see Singapore's multicultural influences in its architecture, culture and food. Evening Cruise on an authentic river bumboat for a scenic ride down the Singapore River. For dinner, you'll have your choice of dining spots, including Clarke Quay's seafood restaurants and lively bars, Esplanade's array of modern and Chinese restaurants, and Lau Pa Sat Festival Market, known for its wide variety of delectable local fare.
  13. 13. Little India is distinct from the Chulia Kampong area, which, under the Raffles Plan of Singapore, was originally a division of colonial Singapore where Tamil immigrants would reside under the British policy of ethnic segregation. However, as Chulia Kampong became more crowded and competition for land escalated, many ethnic Tamils moved into what is now known as Little India. (The Chulia Kampong district no longer exists as a distinct area.) The Little India area is reported to have developed around a former settlement for Tamil convicts. Its location along the Serangoon River originally made it attractive for raising cattle, and trade in livestock was once prominent in the area. Eventually, other economic activity developed, and by the turn of the 20th century, the area began to look like a Tamil ethnic neighbourhood. Little India was the site of a two-hour-long riot that occurred on 8 December 2013, after a man was killed in a traffic accident. 27 people were injured, and 40 people were arrested.
  14. 14. DAY 2 Morning the stunningly landscaped Singapore Zoo, located within the Nature Reserve. Breakfast with the animals can be a lively show on its own! After the kids have seen all of their favourite animals, return to the Hotel for lunch. Afternoon Back at the Hotel, take some time to relax in your guest room, or visit the Spa for a soothing treatment. Later, visit famed Orchard Road, just steps from the Hotel, for world-class shopping along the city's "golden mile" of shopping malls. You can also enlist the help of a personal shopper from Club 21 Style Services, available to Hotel guests on a complimentary basis. Evening Plan to have dinner at one of the city's Michelin-starred restaurants. Before you leave the Hotel, ask our Concierge to recommend a place to suit your mood. You can find pre-dinner entertainment at Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay or a Broadway show at the Marina Bay Sands. After dinner, you may want to try your hand at a game of baccarat. Those travelling with children will not want to miss the Night Safari, Asia's first nocturnal zoo.
  15. 15. Night safari Zoo…
  16. 16.  Prior to the establishment of Singapore Zoo, there were other short-lived zoos in Singapore’s history, including the first recorded zoo founded in the early 1870s at the present-day Singapore Botanic Gardens, a zoo opened in the 1920s in Ponggol by animal trader William Lawrence Soma Basapa and two zoos run by two brothers by the surname of Chan during the 1960s  The conception of the Singapore Zoo dates from 1969. At the time, the Public Utilities Board (PUB) decided to use some of its land holdings around reservoirs for parks and open recreational facilities. The then Executive Chairman of PUB, Dr Ong Swee Law, set aside 88 hectares of land for the construction of a zoological garden  In 1970, consultants and staff were hired, and in 1971, the construction of the basic 50 enclosures started. Animals were collected from dealers and donated by sponsors. The Director of the Colombo Zoo in Sri Lanka, Lyn de Alwis, was hired as a special consultant to work out problems inherent in tropical zoos.
  17. 17. DAY 3 Day Sentosa Island includes many attractions for the young and young at heart. At Universal Studios Singapore, visitors may want to check out the Shrek and Transformers exhibits and the world's highest duelling roller roller coasters. Swim with the dolphins at UnderWater World, and try the climbing wall, ropes course and zip lines at MegaZip Park. Evening As day turns to night, visit the nearby Resorts World complex for an array of dining options. Families and couples alike will find something for them here, from casual dining to the restaurants of celebrity chefs. A night-time laser light show amidst dancing fountains is a good way to cap a memorable day.
  18. 18. Sentosa Island…
  19. 19. The island was renamed "Sentosa" in 1972, which means peace and tranquility in Malay (from Sanskrit, Santosha), from a suggestion by the public.The Sentosa Development Corporation was formed and incorporated on 1 September 1972 to oversee the development of the island. Since then, some S$420 million of private capital and another S$500 million of government funds have been invested to develop the island. In 1974 the Singapore Cable Car system was built, linking Sentosa to Mount Faber.A series of attractions were subsequently opened for visitors including Fort Siloso, Surrender Chamber wax museum, Musical Fountain, and the Underwater World. The causeway bridge was opened in 1992 connecting Sentosa to the mainland. Sentosa Island history…
  20. 20. The Sentosa Monorail system was opened in 1982 to transport visitors across seven stations located around the western side of the island.On 16 March 2005, the monorail service was discontinued to make way for the new Sentosa Express, which commenced operations on 15 January 2007.An environmental assessment conducted by the government of Singapore concluded that the construction of an integrated resort on Sentosa would to result in high likelihood of high scale biodiversity loss, habitat destruction, soil erosion and climate change, as well as several other destructive ecological impacts, therefore, in the area that was to be cleared for the construction of the resorts, over two hundred trees and plants were replanted elsewhere on the island to minimize negative environmental impact. To be continue…
  21. 21. DAY 4 Morning Enjoy a hearty breakfast at One-Ninety before taking off for the airport. Or, if there's time, fit in a round of golf or some last-hour shopping on Orchard Road.
  22. 22.  Orchard road is a shop in singapore near the national Museum of singapore.
  23. 23. Thank you everyone for your Attention