Crazy Rich Americans Love Singapore Tour
Ideal Length:6 Days
Best Time To Go:April - November
Flight Time:LAX 15 Hours 10 Minutes, CHI 19 Hours 30 Minutes, NYC-All Airports 17 Hours 15 Minutes
Average Cost Per Person:$30,000
Don't forget to add the Marina Bay Sands to your Singapore itinerary for a dip in the rooftop infinity pool with jaw-dropping views of the city.
Don't miss out on visiting the futuristic Gardens by the Bay, which features unique Supertrees, a Cloud Forest and a Flower Dome, the largest glass greenhouse in the world.
Visit Chijmes to see how the former church has become part of a small shopping and restaurant area, and to see where the big wedding scene was filmed.
Take a tour of Bukit Pasoh to see Singapore's lovely, brightly-painted shophouses, and learn how to play the complex traditional game, mahjong.
Known for being one of the narrowest streets in Singapore, Haji Lane (in the Kampong Glam) offers an interesting mix of independent boutiques selling cloths, accessories and even vintage cameras.
Singapore Welcome to Singapore
A private car will take you to the luxurious Marina Bay Sands, where you can relax at the Banyan Tree Spa, enjoy cocktails at the celebrity-haunt Ce La Vi, and have a celebrity chef prepare an exquisite meal for you at the world-class Chinoiseri.
VIP Meet & Greet ServiceShare This Activity
Your VIP Meet & Greet service allows you to skip the usual immigration and customs lines via the exclusive JetQuay CIP Terminal at Changi airport. We’ll gather your luggage, and in no time, you’ll be in your own private luxury car heading to Marina Bay Sands.
Stay at the Marina Bay SandsShare This Activity
This hotel is arguably one of the stars of Crazy Rich Asians. Stay in a two-bedroom suite with spectacular views and your own personal butler on call 24/7. Take a dip in the world-famous, infinity edge rooftop pool, enjoy a massage at the Banyan Tree Spa, or relax in your lovely suite.
Singapore City Tour & Shopping
Meet your driver and guide for your private introduction to the Lion City. Explore Singapore’s ethnic quarters, eat at the only Michelin-starred hawker stall in the world, go on a luxury shopping spree or search for unique antiques, and sip on signature cocktails at the best bar in Asia.
Private Ethnic Quarters TourShare This Activity
Explore Chinatown, Arab Street and Little India. Stop by the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple in Chinatown, the brightly painted Sri Mariamman Temple in Little India and a delicious dim sum lunch before an afternoon of retail therapy.
Go on a High-Style Shopping SpreeShare This Activity
With your private car and personal shopper, you can peruse top brands like Chanel, Bulgari and Louis Vuitton on Orchard Road or within MBS’s own luxury mall. Discover the cutting-edge Asian fusion fashion of local designers like Kevin Seah, Lisa von Tang and Choo Yilin.
Shop for Unique SouvenirsShare This Activity
Search for great finds among the antiques, colonial furniture, carpets, art and curios at Dempsey Hill, Holland Village and Tanglin Mall. We’ll help with shipping options if you find something too large or too heavy to carry home like an alabaster Buddha or Balinese teak daybed.
Taste Local Foods and FlavorsShare This Activity
For dinner, you’ll head to the setting of one of the best scenes in the movie Crazy Rich Asians – Newton Circus. Eat how the locals typically eat, and if you like, try Chef Chan Hong Meng’s, the first Michelin-rated hawker stall in the world and known for its soya sauce chicken rice.
Visit One of the Best Bars in the WorldShare This Activity
Manhattan Bar is ranked #3 on the World’s 50 Best Bars list and #1 in all of Asia. Located in the Regent hotel, this world-class bar’s stunning dark leather and brass interior design is inspired by the Golden Age of cocktails and fine drinking.
Singapore A Day of Culture & Sentosa Island
Today, you’ll have a leisurely breakfast in your lovely suite so you can enjoy the view. Learn how to play the traditional, but complex game mahjong, explore an extensive Asian art collection at the National Gallery, and take a sunset yacht cruise followed by a fine-dining experience at a Michelin-rated restaurant.
Bukit Pasoh TourShare This Activity
Visit the colorful streets of Bukit Pasoh, home to many of Singapore’s lovely, brightly painted shophouses. Enter one of these special homes for a private lesson in mahjong, a complex game and cultural tradition. Work on your game theory, as Rachel did in Crazy Rich Asians, while you sip on delicious green tea.
Visit the Newly Opened National GalleryShare This Activity
Make your way over to the National Gallery, which not only houses a spectacular collection of Asian art, but also the Michelin 2-Star French restaurant, Odette. It’s considered one of the best restaurants in the world, and you’ll have a table there waiting for you!
Check into the Luxurious CapellaShare This Activity
Your private car and driver will transport you to Sentosa Island to check into this 5-star resort, where your large one-bedroom villa with its own terrace and plunge pool await you. Relax at the Auriga spa, the first spa in Singapore to receive Forbes 5-star status.
Sunset Yacht Cruise & Michelin-Rated DinnerShare This Activity
Prepare yourself for a very special Sentosa experience. Set sail for a pre-dinner sunset yacht cruise with drinks. Afterwards, you’ll enjoy a delicious, modern Chinese meal created by celebrity chef Sam Leong at the exquisitely designed and Michelin-rated restaurant, Forest.
Singapore Sentosa Island & The Kempinski Hotel
Enjoy a private tour of the most noteworthy colonial homes and buildings in Singapore. Like Nick Young’s family mansion in Crazy Rich Asians, many of these homes are hidden within the lush jungle areas that still flourish in Singapore.
Explore the Famous Botanic GardensShare This Activity
You’ll have a chance to visit this UNESCO Heritage Site and one of the most beloved tourist destinations in Asia. You’ll be enthralled by the tropical flora, winding paths, hidden oases of shade, and the VIP Orchid Gardens, which feature the finest hybrid orchids named for celebrities and Heads of State.
Unique Gastronomic Corner House ExperienceShare This Activity
Located within the Botanic Gardens, this Michelin-rated restaurant serves innovative Gastro-Botanica dishes with meats, seafood and botanicals sourced from across the globe – created by Chef Jason Tan. Its setting, in a beautiful and romantic former colonial Black & White bungalow, is second to none.
Private Colonial Homes TourShare This Activity
Enjoy a private tour of the most noteworthy colonial homes and buildings in Singapore. Like Nick Young’s family mansion in Crazy Rich Asians, many of these homes are hidden within the lush jungle areas that still flourish on the otherwise metropolitan Sentosa island.
Visit the Film Location of the Big WeddingShare This Activity
Head to Chijmes, where the wedding scene in Crazy Rich Asians was filmed. The former church is now part of a small shopping and restaurant area. After your visit, your guide will escort you to the Swissotel to enjoy a delicious dinner at the Michelin-starred British restaurant, Jaan.
Singapore Gardens by the Bay
On your final full day, enjoy breakfast at the Kempinski Hotel before heading out for a fun day to learn about Peranakan cuisine and traditional beadwork. You’ll also spend time exploring the futuristic Gardens by the Bay, have a world-class dining experience and enjoy a nightcap while you marvel at the unique beauty of the Supertrees.
Enjoy a Curated Boutique TourShare This Activity
After visiting Dempsey district, take a Curated Boutique Tour at Rumah Kim Choo to learn the basic concepts behind Peranakan beadwork with fashion designer Raymond Wong. Shop for bespoke dresses, tops, and shirts that are available and uniquely Singaporean.
Experience the Futuristic Gardens by the BayShare This Activity
Explore this Crazy Rich Asians film location with an expert guide to see the Flower Dome, the largest glass greenhouse in the world. Also see awe-inspiring highlights including the Cloud Forest and the Supertrees, where you’ll learn about the engineering and horticulture brilliance that went into their design.
Unforgettable Dinner at Indochine RestaurantShare This Activity
Spend your last evening in Singapore and enjoy an exquisite dinner in the tree tops of the Supertrees at this well-known restaurant with spectacular views of the Lion City. After dinner, sip on a glass of champagne on the sky-high walkway while watching the trees light up the night sky.
Singapore Farewell to the Lion City
Your amazing visit in Singapore has come to an end, but your memories will last a lifetime. Enjoy your trip home, again via our VIP transfers and your luxurious SQ Suite.