27 January 2006

Singapore Funbreaks deal

Singapore Tourism Board and Singapore Airlines have launched a joint promotion, titled 'Uniquely Singapore Funbreaks'.

This offer was valid for travel from February 1 to April 15 from Ahmedabad, Amritsar, Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Kolkata and Mumbai. Indian travellers could avail a special return fare of Rs 12799 to Singapore. Singapore offered exotic experiences like the chocolate spa and massage, the adrenaline pumping reverse bungee of 60 metres upto a speed of 200 kmh, designer retail therapy, gourmet sky dining in a cable car or a candlelight dinner at the new Jewel Box with breathtaking views of the city. For the very first time in Asia, visitors could see dance, music and spectacular lighting at the Parisian Crazy Horse Show or visit the newly revamped Clarke Quay with white cap sunshades by the Singapore River. Siew-Kheng Kang, regional director, South Asia, Middle East and Africa, Singapore Tourism Board, said, "For the urban sophisticates in India, there is a growing desire and even need to take short breaks from their busy routines with their friends and loved ones to re-connect, rejuvenate, and pamper themselves. What better place to do this than in Singapore?

Many people think they know Singapore, but look a bit closer and they will find there is always something new and interesting for discerning visitors to experience and talk about long after their break is over. Plus, with more cities being connected and greater flight frequencies to Singapore, Indians can get to Singapore within just four to five hours flying time at very competitive rates. We are excited to announce Singapore Airlines' offer to Indian travellers for an unbeatable fare of Rs.12,799/- only and hope every Indian traveller will take this opportunity to customise their itinerary with interesting lifestyle experiences and enjoy their funbreaks in Singapore.
Indeed, Singapore offers Indian urbanites unlimited excuses to swing by for quick getaways.”

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