From Singapore, you can tour nearby Malaysia and Indonesia

TRAVEL Q&A

January 15, 1995|By New York Times News Service

Q: My husband and I plan to visit Singapore for a month or so next July and are interested in joining short, organized tours outside the country (we are not interested in beach resorts). Can you help?

A: Singapore tour operators offer a number of short visits to the country's nearest neighbors, Malaysia and Indonesia, ranging in length from 3 1/2 to 12 hours. Longer tours, of up to three days and two nights, are also available.

Here are companies that should be able to help:

* Singapore Sightseeing Tour East, (65) 332-3755, fax (65) 332-3756.

* Holiday Tours, (65) 738-2622, fax (65) 733-3226.

* Gray Line Tours, (65) 331-8244, fax (65) 337-4814.

* RMG Tours, (65) 738-7776, fax (65) 235-5256.

* Rapid Travel, (65) 734-6147, fax (65) 734-8531.

For general information on Singapore, contact the Singapore Tourist Promotion Board, 590 Fifth Ave., 12th Floor, New York, N.Y. 10036; (212) 302-4861.

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