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Singapore Retreat 

Womens Wellness Retreat
April 4th  –  April 11th 2021
November 1st - November 7th 2021
2530 USD Single

HOSTED BY:

PARUL  CHATURVEDI

OVERVIEW

 

Are you looking for a relaxing and energizing yoga holiday with like-minded women from around the globe? 

 

Then come to one of the most beautiful wellness resorts in Goa, and connect with your body, mind, and soul.

 

Positive female energy vibrates on this in-depth journey full of discovery, friendship, and wellness. Enrich your spirit as you share experiences with your like-minded women companions.

Created for women, this wellness retreat brings together all the elements needed for a revitalizing visit to one of the most unique and special places in India.

 

Join me for an inspiring trip of food, culture, Ayurvedic and yoga at Goa's premiere Devarya Wellness Resort.

About ​Devarya Wellness:

Devarya Wellness is not just a yoga centre. It is a healing space that has been designed to guide you on a spiritual path to self discovery. Devarya which translates into Divine Belief in Sanskrit comes from the names of our Founder, Chandra Parihar's children - Dev & Arya - and the entire space reflects a childlike purity. Redefining the experience of a yoga retreat, Devarya Wellness is an oasis of peace where guests can detoxify and cleanse, relax and enjoy the pure magic of yoga in a natural environment.

ITINERARY

 

DAY 1 - Arrival to Singapore 

Upon arrival at Changi International Airport, you will be met by our English-speaking driver and transferred to your hotel. Relax and rejuvenate with a light meal and massage at your leisure. Evening Yoga flow.

DAY 2 - City Tour

Today, your tour will start at Merlion Park at Esplanade Bridge. At the Merlion Park, come face to face with Singapore’s very own tourism mascot, the Merlion, standing in the foreground, whilst the structural masterpiece of visionary architect Moshe Safdie, the Marina Bay Sands Hotel stands majestically in its awesome granduer.

Your tour continues with a drive around the Civic District past the Padang, Cricket Club, Parliament House, Supreme Court and City Hall.

Next stop will be one of the oldest and most important Hokkien temples in Singapore, Thian Hock Keng Temple. The temple was built in traditional southern Chinese architectural masterpiece of stone, tiles and dragons and phoenixes, amazing cravings, intricate sculptures and imposing columns.

 

Travel to the heart of Chinatown and experience the old and the new, tradition and modernity in the rows of streets and traditional shophouses lovingly restored into tempting eateries, teahouses and shops selling Oriental arts, crafts and souvenirs as well as traditional Chinese medicinal herbs. Visit the Sri Mariamman Temple – this stunning Hindu temple is the oldest and perhaps the most active in the city. Built in 1827, it’s dedicated to the goddess Sri Mariamman, known to help heal people from diseases. Stop for lunch in Chinatown.
 

At Kampong Glam, admire the quiet majesty of the Sultan’s Mosque with its unmistakable golden dome, explore colourful food eateries, and browse through old-fashioned shops selling batiks, carpets, rattan basket-ware and exotic perfumes

DAY 3 - Orchard Road Tour and Museum

Singapore was separated from the rest of Malaysia on 9 August
1965, and became a sovereign, democratic and independent nation.
Independent Singapore was admitted into the United Nations on
21 September 1965, and became a member of the Commonwealth
of Nations on 15 October 1965. On 22 December 1965, it became
a republic, with Yusof Bin Ishak as the republic's first President.
Thereafter commenced Singapore's struggle to survive and prosper
on its own. It also had to create a sense of national identity and
consciousness among a disparate population of immigrants.
Singapore's strategy for survival and development was essentially to
take advantage of its strategic location and the favourable world economy.

At the Singapore City Gallery, we will take you back in time revealing how Singapore overcame many obstacles and challenges and transformed itself from a fishing port to a cosmopolitan city within a short period of time. You will also get to enjoy an exclusive bird’s eye view of Singapore’s central area at one of the largest architectural models in the world.


Next, enjoy a local cup of coffee or tea before your next stop to have a glimpse of our local housing estate. This is where you will come close to see how the locals of different races live side by side in harmony.

DAY 4 - Marina Bay and Gardens by the Bay 

Your tour will begin with a scenic view of Singapore the newest attraction the iconic Marina Bay Sands SkyPark. Crowning the three hotel towers of Marina Bay Sands at 200 metres in the sky, the Sands SkyPark® stretches longer than the Eiffel tower when laid down. The Sands SkyPark® is also home to the world’s largest public cantilever housing a public observatory deck, lush gardens, and exclusive restaurants such as The Sky on 57 and CELAVI; with a 150-metre infinity-edged swimming pool.


Proceed to Helix Bridge, a 280-metre pedestrian linkway – the longest in Singapore – that features a world’s first ‘double-helix’ structure. Inspired by the yin and yang concept in Asian culture, the architecturally unique bridge is said to bring wealth, happiness and prosperity to Marina Bay.


Moving on to one of the top places to visit in Asia, Gardens by the Bay spans over 100 hectares and is a highlight for any visitor to Singapore. Built at a cost of over one billion dollars, the gardens opened June 2012 and have already been billed as an unmissable attraction.
The gardens house two domes or conservatories, Cloud Forest and Flower Dome, which are climate-controlled indoor glasshouses. The Flower Dome (the larger of the two) replicates the cool-dry climate of the Mediterranean and South Africa, whilst the Cloud Forest replicates a cool-moist climate found in Tropical Montane regions such as Mount Kinabalu in Sabah and high elevation areas in South America.


Within the gardens, there are also 18 impressive-looking Supertrees (tree-like structures), which are vertical gardens up to 50 metres tall and perform a multitude of functions. Along with providing a bird’s eye view of the entire gardens, they also collect rainwater, generate solar power and act as venting ducts for the park’s conservatory.


Later, be dazzled by the magnificent sight of our Supertrees and let the music and lights entertain you in our daily Garden Rhapsody light and sound shows!

DAY 5 - Yoga and Spa Treatments

Early morning, gentle flow Yoga that will make you feel rejuvenated for the whole day, followed by a tropical buffet breakfast.

Choose your Spa therapy or treatments with a relaxing day at your leisure. Full use of the resort facilities. Lunch at your leisure.

Restorative Yoga  Evening session followed by dinner. A day to be pampered!  

DAY 6 - Yoga and Night Safari

As dusk falls over the tropical rainforest, the animals come alive at the
world’s first open concept nocturnal zoo. Experience the thrill of exploring the jungle as you get up close with the animals, from fierce predators to timid forest dwellers, in their natural habitat enhanced by subtle moonglow lighting. Get set for a spectacular evening of adventure – at Singapore’s No. 1 Night Spot!

Begin your journey with a tram ride from the Himalayas to wild Africa, up close with the animals. The guided tram leads you through 8 geographical regions designed after the habitats of the African savannah, Himalayan foothills and jungles of South East Asia. Be enthralled by the animals from the comfort of the tram, or alight and explore the walking trails for closer views of smaller creatures.

Your visit to the Night Safari isn’t complete without catching the fascinating and entertaining shows, featuring the all-star cast of nocturnal animals. Also, don’t miss the chance to pose close-up with a Serval, Owl or Snake at the Animal Photography sessions.


Catch a talented troupe of tribal warriors as they thrill you with their fiery stunts in the Thumbuakar Performance just at the entrance
of the park - s
urely not to be missed!

Day 7 - Boat Tour around the Islands 

WHAT'S INCLUDED

 

  • Single accommodation inclusive of tax, bed linen, bath towels, hand soap and housekeeping services

  • All daily activities in itinerary 

  • Complimentary evening activities including Indian Kirtan, OSHO meditations, Indian Music, Movie nights, Chanting and Meditation

  • Breakfast and Dinner - Healthy, vegetarian buffet meals. Filtered drinking water and hot drinks including lemon ginger and chai (available all day)

  • Diwali Celebration (November Session only)

  • Full use of resort amenities including two swimming pools, relaxation areas, gardens and private beach access with sun loungers

  • Free Wifi in public areas

  • Pool towels - Please bring a suitable beach towel

  • Smoke-free environment

  • Airport Transfers

WHAT’S NOT INCLUDED:

 

  • Airfare

  • India Visa fees

  • Activities not mentioned

  • Laundry

  • Personal, medical or trip cancellation insurance 

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