Why Visit Jordan

Jordan is intrinsically woven into biblical accounts throughout the Old Testament. Jordan has many biblical sites that associate with Moses, Joshua, Elijah, Elisha, John the Baptist, and Jesus.

Wadi Rum is timeless. Also known as ‘The Valley of the Moon’, this majestic landscape is breath-taking and the perfect place to have the quintessential desert experience. Explore the unusual terrain and see the colours of the sand dunes as you drive around in a 4×4.

Jordan has history, including Petra. Once home to the ancient Nabatean people, also known as ‘Rose City’, this historical and archaeological site has been described by UNESCO as ‘one of the most precious cultural properties of man’s cultural heritage’.

Jordan is truly a hidden gem. It is rich in heritage, history and culture. Remnants of ancient civilizations of Ammon, Moab and Edom, and well-preserved religious sites remain accessible in the modern-day Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.

Jordan River

Mount Nebo

Roman Theatre



Wadi Rum


  • See Bethany beyond the Jordan where John baptized Jesus.
  • Walk the slopes of Mount Nebo where Moses saw the Promised Land before he died.
  • Travel along the Kings Highway, the world’s oldest continuously used travel and trade route.
  • Explore Jerash and its ancient Roman ruins.
  • Marvel the stunning 6th century AD mosaic map of Jerusalem and the Holy Land in Madaba, the City of Mosaics.
  • Visit Petra, the ancient land of the Edomites and one of the new seven wonders of the world.
  • Camp under the stars at Wadi Rum, a protected wilderness of towering cliffs, desert valleys, canyons, arches and dunes.
  • Discover the wildlife of Mujib Biosphere Reserve, the lowest nature reserve on earth.

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1 Vista Exchange Green #01-01 Singapore 138617
Meeting at our office is by appointment only.

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Monday – Friday, 10am – 6pm
Closed on Saturday, Sunday and Public Holiday

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