English, Malay, Mandarin and Tamil
ATMs are easy to find and cards are accepted pretty much everywhere.
PASSPORTS & VISAS
• Validity of at least six months after your arrival back in the UK
• Visas are not required
FOOD & DRINK
Diverse food choices include Chinese, Indian, Malay old school classics. Hawker stalls offer very affordable options and are normally family run.
Indonesian inspired turmeric-marinated meat skewers, served with a peanut sauce. Choose from pork, chicken, beef or mutton.
A spicy noodle soup made with a chilli paste and coconut milk featuring shrimp, fish cakes, egg and chicken meat
Bak Chor Mee
Translated as minced meat noodles, this dish of flat egg noodles
Singapore Chilli Crab
Whole crabs (usually mud crabs) are cooked in a thick, savoury sauce with tomato and chilli. Despite its name, it’s not that spicy.
Singapore Airlines have direct flights from London Heathrow and offer free entry to galleries, city tour and more! Plenty of operators offer flights from around Southeast Asia.
Buses run daily between Malaysia to Singapore, Kuala Lumpur being the most popular destination. You will get off the bus at the boarder and your passport will be stamped to exit Malaysia, you’ll hop back on the bus for another 10 minutes and then will need to get off again to be stamped into Singapore.
By 2026 there will be a high speed rail link between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore.