Tour OperatorsProtravel’s US$30,000+ trip includes all the trappings of Singaporean luxury, BYO dysfunctional family.

Crazy Rich Americans tour Singapore

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Travellers will also get to visit the futuristic Gardens by the Bay, which was the setting for a lavish garden party in the film Crazy Rich Asians. Photo Credit: Warner Bros

“Singapore is such a luxury destination, and the people who live there, and the people in Southeast know it,” says Protravel luxury travel consultant Katharine Christmas. “My hope is to showcase a lot of the culture, glamour and beauty there, through this tour. But you need to know where to go.”

Offering lavish production and unique settings, Protravel’s Crazy Rich Americans Love Singapore tour is likely to be a smash hit just like the movie it is inspired by.

This one-of-a-kind, six-day, rom-com of a trip starts at US$30,000 per person based on double occupancy, and is completely customisable.

The sensational luxury starts even before you’ve touched down, with Singapore Airlines whisking clients in first class comfort to the Lion City.

Once there, it’s all private chauffeured cars, butler-valeted stays at the infamous Marina Bay Sands and exclusive insider visits to areas like Chinatown, Little India and Arab Street, the famous black-and-white colonial homes and alfresco trips to the Botanic Gardens and Gardens by the Bay.

“Singapore is a multi-faceted luxurious destination for cuisine, design, fashion, shopping, and culture,” says Protravel international president Becky Powell. “It has been growing in popularity and our advisors report it’s among the top five Asian destinations they are booking and on the bucket list of many.”

To ensure the wardrobe keeps up with the destinations, sessions with renowned dressmakers and private visits to local designers like Kevin Seah, Lisa von Tang and Choo Yilin can be arranged. And travel gossip can take flight over a class of Mahjong.

“Singapore is such a luxury destination, and the people who live there, and the people in Southeast know it,” says Protravel luxury travel consultant Katharine Christmas. “My hope is to showcase a lot of the culture, glamour and beauty there, through this tour. But you need to know where to go.”

Singapore’s famous cuisine will also take centre stage, with Michelin-starred restaurants like Candlenut, the first Peranakan restaurant to win a Michelin star. Thankfully the city state’s most beloved food, street food, will also get a look in.

And for those who want to add in some extra nights or customise additional hotels into the mix, the Raffles Singapore will be re-opening this summer just in time.

Christmas is expecting young urban or energetic older couples to snap up the tour.  “There’s no better place to be an expatriate than Singapore. It’s safe, beautiful, multi-cultural, multilingual, and tropical.”


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