Singapore Walking & Biking Tours

With so much to see and do it’s easy to miss something, particularly if you’re on a tour bus stopping only at a collection of sights. Slow it down a bit and take one of the walking & biking tours on offer. These tours allow you to see some of the deeper parts of Singapore’s culture and history as you travel through some of China Town’s smaller streets, experience the spicy smells of Little India’s little restaurants, or snake your way down the Singapore River. You'll get to see and appreciate more of what Singapore has to offer when you arent distracted by the traffic and sound of a car or bus engine.

Singapore National Monument - Lian Shan Shuang Lin Monastery (Private Tour)

Singapore National Monument - Lian Shan Shuang Lin Monastery (Private Tour)

More InfoHave you ever visited somewhere and felt that you could have learned more about these places? Well… we do!

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Our tours are curated and conducted by tourism professionals with the intention to fully bring out the flavour and deep experience that each sight can offer. We do not attempt to stuff into so many sights and locations that each tour ends up being a touch and go experience.

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If you like a fun-filled informative trip with discussions and elaboration, join us on our trips to unique destinations with deep Buddhist roots.

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This private walking tour takes you to the very heartland of Singapore, to two of its oldest places of worship - Shuang Lin Cheng Huang Temple, a Taoist temple, and Lian Shan Shuang Lin Monastery, a Buddhist monastery.

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We have three types of packages available for you to choose from:

A) 2.5-hour tour with pick-up from Toa Payoh MRT Station

B) 2.5-hour tour without pick-up

C) 90 minutes Lian Shan Shuang Lin Monastery Tour (without pick-up) (Min. 3 pax)

 

Singapore Chinatown - Heritage and Cultural Temples (Private Tour)

Singapore Chinatown - Heritage and Cultural Temples (Private Tour)

More InfoHave you ever visited somewhere and felt that you could have learned more about these places? Well… we do!

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Our tours are curated and conducted by tourism professionals with the intention to fully bring out the flavour and deep experience that each sight can offer. We do not attempt to stuff into so many sights and locations that each tour ends up being a touch and go experience.

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If you like a fun-filled informative trip with discussions and elaboration, join us on our trips to these unique destinations.

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This 3-hour private walking tour takes you to some of the most historically important and visually stunning sights in the historic district of Chinatown.

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We will be visiting: Telok Ayer Street, Thian Hock Keng, Ann Siang Hill, Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum

 

Private Singapore City Tour and National Orchid Garden

Private Singapore City Tour and National Orchid Garden

More InfoExplore the highlights of Singapore city in this half-day private walking tour with a licensed guide just for your party. Transport is not included in this tour. To get from place to place including from/to your hotel, you may easily hail a taxi and pay the metered fare to the driver. Your guide will assist you. Estimated total fare is S$60-S$80 for your party.

See the splendid views at Merlion Park, including the Merlion statue, the Marina Bay Sands and the Singapore Flyer. Explore one of the oldest Chinese temples in Singapore, the Thian Hock Keng Temple and discover its history, architecture and deities. Take a stroll through the National Orchid Garden, a tropical outdoor garden with a huge variety of beautiful orchid displays. Take in the sights, sounds and scents of Little India with its shops of fruits and vegetables, flower garlands and henna, all housed in conserved shophouses. Discover each location with interesting facts and stories from your private local guide.

 

Singapore Nightlife: Street Food & Bars

Singapore Nightlife: Street Food & Bars

More InfoExperience the bests of Singapore's nightlife in our signature nightlife walking tour. Start with a dose of history at one of Singapore's oldest Chinese temples. As the sun sets, taste some local street food paired with cold local beer. Thereafter, enjoy a drink while taking in the views from a rooftop bar. Then visit a hidden bar and try a locally-inspired cocktail, before ending the tour in the vibrant party district of Clarke Quay.

 

Katong Walking Food Tour

Katong Walking Food Tour

More InfoKatong is a foodie's paradise tugged away in the Eastern side of Singapore. It is well known for serving Peranakan (or Nonya) cuisine, a

unique blend of  Chinese ingredients with spices and cooking techniques of the Malays. 

Discover the tastes of Singapore as you walk past heritage shophouses and eateries in this ever-charming Katong area.

 

Tastes of Chinatown

Tastes of Chinatown

More InfoChinatown is an ethnic neighbourhood that was once home to the early Chinese migrants. The area also displays remarkable religious diversity, where Hindu temples and mosques sit right next to Chinese temples. The rich heritage of Singapore is also evident in the wealth of food choices. 

Join our Walking Food Tour for a heady experience blended by culture and lip-smacking local delights.

 

Sweet and Savory Evening Hawker Food Tour

Sweet and Savory Evening Hawker Food Tour

More InfoHawker Centre is quintessential to our Singaporen way of life. It is an integral part of the way of life in Singapore, and home to local favourites and cuisines where you will find the most famous food artisans. It is a place where people of all races from all walks of life can have a good meal on a table shared with strangers.

There are more than 107 hawker centres across the country. The Hawker Culture of Singapore will soon be UNESCO protected and listed.

On this evening food tour you will be visiting Singapore's most vibrant Hawker Centres. Staring from the heart of Chinatown, you will be moving across the bustling historic Chinese district to the Central Business District, discovering Singapore by night with your local guide in a very casual way.

 

The Katong Private Food Tour

The Katong Private Food Tour

More InfoEnjoy Singapore with a private food tour in Katong !

Your local food expert will show you around the city most vibrant food places and you will get to know the local artisans.

Katong is a foodie's paradise tugged away in the Eastern side of Singapore. It is well known for serving Peranakan (or Nonya) cuisine, a unique blend of  Chinese ingredients with spices and cooking techniques of the Malays. 

Discover the tastes of Singapore as you walk past heritage shophouses and eateries in this ever-charming Katong area.

If you have any special requirements, do not hesitate we will be happy to make your dream come true .

 

Street Art, Bites and Craft Beer Evening Tour

Street Art, Bites and Craft Beer Evening Tour

More InfoIn this walk, we explore the Malay quarters - Kampong (Village) Glam, which has evolved from the area where royalty lived to a hip, super trendy and culturally vibrant district today.

The experience includes three parts :

Eat: Learn the story of the enclave through its food where we will taste & drink some hidden and authentic gems of Malay street food. We will visit local family-run establishments, one of which have been in business for more than 100 years.

See: The murals in this area defined and set the scene for street art in Singapore. Together, we explore the side streets and back alleys to understand the history and traditions of one of the indigenous culture of the island.

Drink: In the last 1/2hour, we end off this experience by stopping at a local craft beer house where you have the option to taste local brews (non-alcoholic options available too). You will get insights into the local brewing scene and walk you through the ingredients, process and styles of the region.

 

(Semi-Private) Everyday Street Art and Street Food Tour

(Semi-Private) Everyday Street Art and Street Food Tour

More InfoIn this trail, we will discover the diversity of food of the main ethnic groups in Singapore. And while any foodie tour can take you on a hawker trail, we’ll let you in on the secrets behind the best stalls. The group size is intentionally kept intimate at 6 persons as our food stops are small businesses specially handpicked to reflect artisanal techniques - not the ones typically visited by commercial tours. More than tasting, you will also get a full palate education on the herbs & spices that are used in the traditional culinary kitchens of this region.

In between eating stops, we take a breath to explore the some terrific street art and walk through atmospheric alleys. This is the ultimate feast for the stomach and eyes!

 

3-Hours Singapore Walking Tour with an Expert Guide

3-Hours Singapore Walking Tour with an Expert Guide

More Info Our walking tour will show you the real Singapore. You will see Little India, Chinatown and Merlion Park, located near the gleaming skyscrapers of the CBD on the banks of the Singapore River.
The tour takes place everyday you can choose the morning tour or the afternoon tour.
We arrange small group walking tours in order to allow our customers to maximize the experience, a small group guarantees personalization and respect of each participants’ need.

 

Singapore City Center Exploration Game and Self-Guided Tour

Singapore City Center Exploration Game and Self-Guided Tour

More InfoExplore the center of Singapore, the Bukit Timah district. Visit the Serene Center, the regal Chinese High School Clock Tower, the futuristic Poh Ming Tze temple and more. Learn about the rich history behind them and get a glimpse into the future. Are you ready for an urban adventure?

Walk along Singapore’s longest road and see the unique blend of greenery, modernity, and blasts from the past.

Visit UNESCO Heritage site Botanic Gardens and observe a national monument The Chinese High School Clock Tower Building.

Try a new type of experience, the perfect mix between a tour, outdoor escape game, and treasure hunt

Discover Singapore’s fascinating history and attractions while you solve clues around the city center. Each clue will lead you from one place to another by providing you with exact directions so you won't need a map, GPS, or guide. As you solve the problem and guess the answer, the secret story of that place is unlocked.

Special Offer - Intro offer: Book by October 31 to save 40%. - Book Now!

 

Singapore Night Safari Tram Ride (Shared Transfer)

Singapore Night Safari Tram Ride (Shared Transfer)

More InfoWe’re welcoming you into a world of nocturnal creatures and their dimly-lit homes at the Singapore Night Safari, located next to the Singapore Zoo. The Night Safari is the world’s first safari park for nocturnal animals. Explore the jungle park on an open-air tram, catching sight of nocturnal animals in authentically created habitats. Let the guide take you on a walking trail to view some animals at close quarters. You can also watch one of the nightly shows & upgrade you tour to include dinner at Ulu Ulu Safari Restaurant.
Highlights:
• Singapore Zoo Night Safari tour by open tram
• Get close-up views of the animals on a guided trail walk
• Watch the Creatures of the Night show or Thumbuakar Fire Performance
• Upgrade to include dinner at the Ulu Ulu Safari Restaurant
• Hear commentary from a guide
• Round-trip transport by air-conditioned coach included from your hotel

 

Singapore River & Night Safari-COMBO (Shared Transfer)

Singapore River & Night Safari-COMBO (Shared Transfer)

More InfoSingapore River Safari for a wildlife experience themed around the world’s freshwater rivers. Discover eight river habitats, from the Yangtze to the Mississippi comes with animals of all types, including the beloved giant panda. Learn about the native animals found around the world’s legendary rivers thus experience a boat ride on the ‘Amazon River’. Next, explore the night jungle park on an open-air tram, catching sight of nocturnal animals in authentically created habitats. Don’t miss out watch one of the nightly shows.
Highlights:
• 8-hour Singapore Safari Tour (River & Night Safari)
• Experience the colorful fish exhibit at the Congo River and observe ancient-looking creatures at the Nile-inspired ‘River of Life’
• Get close-up views of the animals on a guided trail walk
• Watch the Creatures of the Night show or Thumbuakar Fire Performance
• Round-trip transport by air-conditioned coach included from your hotel

 

Singapore: Stories and histories beneath the surface walking audio tour

Singapore: Stories and histories beneath the surface walking audio tour

More InfoOn this self-guided GPS walking tour, modern buildings shine alongside heritage sites as new and old Singapore come together. We'll cover lots of ground, venturing where the younger generations eat, play and study.

Beyond the monuments in front of your eyes are histories hidden in plain sight. You’ll dive into the lives of former communities, but also learn about the unique cultural context of Singapore today.

Together, we're going to uncover the incredible stories simmering beneath the surface of this island-city.

This is a one-of-a-kind tour for the curious traveller, especially because we're exploring areas in which tourists don't usually find themselves. Prepare for ghosts, naked buttocks, and convent schools to reveal themselves to you.

The tour is ready whenever you are and the audio plays automatically at exactly the right time and place using your smartphone's GPS and the VoiceMap mobile app, which also works offline.

 

Artoholic Singapore: The Bras Basah Bugis arts and cultural precinct audio tour

Artoholic Singapore: The Bras Basah Bugis arts and cultural precinct audio tour

More InfoGet a unique and personal insight into what's formally known as the Bras Basah Bugis arts and cultural precinct on this self-guided GPS audio tour. Chock-a-block with arts venues, historical buildings, architectural gems, cool cafes and hidden secrets, this walk aims to channel the inner artoholic in you.

Places to stop along the way include The Substation, The National Museum, The Singapore Art Museum, The National Design Centre, Objectifs Centre for Photography and Film, DECK, Lasalle College of the Arts, 7 Kickstart Cafe, Centre 42, Fine Palate Cafe, Private Museum, Kapok, Artichoke, DECK and The Institute of Contemporary Art.

The tour is ready whenever you are and the audio plays automatically at exactly the right time and place using your smartphone's GPS and the VoiceMap mobile app, which also works offline.

 

BikingSG Best of Singapore: Take in the sights on a relaxed audio cycling tour

BikingSG Best of Singapore: Take in the sights on a relaxed audio cycling tour

More InfoThe Best of Singapore Biking Experience is set in the urban city of Singapore. Our journey brings us from the Past to the Present of Singapore, with the Singapore River as our guide.

Visit the Chinatown Wet Market, Sri Mariamman Temple and Tian Hock Chinese Temple.

After we leave the past of Singapore behind us, venture into the present of Singapore through our Central Business District and towards the Marina Bay Sands Hotel. Get your cameras ready as the view opens up in front of you to the Merlion, Esplanade, Floating Platform and Singapore River Basin. Once your picture cravings have been satisfied, move on with us into Gardens By The Bay and Marina Barrage. Finally enjoy a casual ride through the town as we round up our session back along the Singapore River.

 

Audio Tour of the Civic District with Singapore Boy Hossan Leong by VoiceMap

Audio Tour of the Civic District with Singapore Boy Hossan Leong by VoiceMap

More InfoTake a walk around Marina Bay with Hossan Leong, the well-known local comedian and Singapore Boy. The tour is ready whenever you feel like taking a stroll. It plays audio automatically at exactly the right time and place using your smart phone's GPS and the VoiceMap mobile app, which also works offline.

You'll hear intimate anecdotes from throughout his career, from his high-school days at the Anglo-Chinese School, to his first one-man stand-up show at the Victoria Theatre, to his role as the MC on National Day, when he had to keep 15,000 people entertained at the Marina Bay Float. You'll also get to know some of Singapore's most popular cultural institutions, and of course you'll laugh all the way.

 

Big Little India Walking Audio Tour by VoiceMap

Big Little India Walking Audio Tour by VoiceMap

More InfoJourney through the lively streets of “Big Little India” with a local Singaporean. Explore a marketplace that sells everything from fresh meat to religious iconography, meet some famous fortune telling parrots and view ancient Hindu temples and ornate mosques built side by side, embodiments of the multi-culture and inclusivity that epitomises this area.

The Big Little India walk allows you to explore Singapore's deeply embedded connection to India which is as old as the city itself and offers you access to personal stories about the people who breathe life into this diverse, dynamic area.

The tour is ready whenever you are. While you’re walking the audio plays automatically at exactly the right time and place using your smartphone's GPS and the VoiceMap mobile app, which also works offline.

You can also hit pause whenever you like so that you can give yourself time to shop and hang out in Big Little India.

 

The History of Trade in Singapore: An audio tour from Chinatown to Boat Quay

The History of Trade in Singapore: An audio tour from Chinatown to Boat Quay

More InfoA walk from the beautifully preserved ethnic area of Chinatown to the modern skyscrapers of Boat Quay, this self-guided audio tour's route traces the history of trade from the time of its founding in 1819 through to the economic and cultural marvel that is modern Singapore.

Your guide, Kenn Delbridge is a 20-year resident of Singapore, who runs an audio studio that creates soundtracks and soundscapes for international broadcasters like BBC, National Geographic and Discovery Channel, and he's produced numerous audiobooks that focus on city walks.

This tour is ready whenever you are. Simply download the tour using the VoiceMap app while in a wifi zone.

 

Kampong Glam audio tour: Wander through the heart of Malay culture in Singapore

Kampong Glam audio tour: Wander through the heart of Malay culture in Singapore

More InfoDid you know that Malay is Singapore's National Language? Not English or Mandarin! Want to know why? Take a self guided audio tour around Kampong Glam for some clues.

This self guided audio tour traces the historical influence of Malays in Chinese-dominated Singapore.

Despite the proliferation of 'unIslamic' bars and restaurants serving alcohol, Malay influence is abundant in central Singapore's Kampong Glam district. It's home to the Malay ruler's historical palace and was once the centre of the region's Haj trade – a trade serviced by a port located within walking distance from the Sultan's palace, on nearby Beach Road.

Modern Singapore is immersed in Malay food, culture, traditions and language – the local 'Singlish' tongue could not exist without Malay – and the city's Malay history is an essential part of truly experiencing Singapore!

 

The Civic District: Hear stories about Singapore's past on an audio tour

The Civic District: Hear stories about Singapore's past on an audio tour

More InfoWhat do a 'lion-fish,' World War Two and Chinese immigrants have in common? For starters, all three are featured in my Civic District self-guided audio tour. And, all of the above play a role in Singapore's modern history.

If you wish to hear stories about Singapore's past come alive, like the mythical Sea Lion and its links to the Lion City then this is the trail for you. The walk takes you through parts of Singapore's colonial heritage – including visiting some historical personalities - and ends at a point where modern and colonial Singapore intersect seamlessly.

 

Nostalgic Chinatown of Singapore

Nostalgic Chinatown of Singapore

More InfoAssigned guide was born and raised in Chinatown as a child, and knows every nook and corner of this area. She would be able to provide with a very personal account of her experiences growing up in this area, including her encounters with colourful characters like prostitutes, Samsui women, opium smokers, secret society members and more!

 

Half-Day Walking and Food Tour in Singapur

Half-Day Walking and Food Tour in Singapur

More InfoFollow us 1pm-6pm every Saturday as we bring you on the most comprehensive walking tour in Singapore to explore the sights, tastes and sounds not on the typical tourist trail. Learn about Singapore's colourful past and its meteoric rise to global city status, while enjoying the unique places and simple treats that still have a special place in our hearts.
Why join our tours?
1. Best all-in-one tour for visitors who have a limited time and want ONE comprehensive tour of Singapore's history, culture and development
2. Explore multiple districts, cultures and themes
3. Get off-the-beaten-track and discover hidden sights and gems
5. Sample a variety of local food, snacks, and desserts all included!
6. End with a great view from a 50th floor viewing deck! (weather permitting)

 

Walk the Street of Harmony in Chinatown

Walk the Street of Harmony in Chinatown

More InfoA Church, Mosque, Buddhist and Hindu Temple co-existing side-by-side? Only in Singapore! ..... Join me on South Bridge Road, one of the three unofficial 'Streets of Harmony', and experience the wonder of religious harmony in Singapore.

 

Singapore Changi Jewel Highlights Walking Tour

Singapore Changi Jewel Highlights Walking Tour

More InfoThe latest crown Jewel of Singapore. The integration of nature with engineering marvels housed under a striking glass and steel dome with a waterfall cascading through the centre of its roof has already created many global headlines since its opening.

Set foot in the lush green sanctuary that is the Shiseido Forest Valley. Accessible from every level, the tranquil retreat is a fitting representation of Singapore as a Garden City. The forest valley is also the best place to stare in awe of the HSBC Rain Vortex, the largest indoor waterfall in the world – and the crown jewel of Jewel Changi Airport. Learn about the painstaking process that led to the creation of this engineering marvel.

A key feature will be a 14,000 sq m Canopy Park sitting on the top floor of the dome-shaped structure. From mazes to bouncing nets, spend time walking along the creative garden trails, glide down giant slides or hide in bowls of gentle mist.

 

#instawalk: Bugis, Waterloo, Kampong Glam

#instawalk: Bugis, Waterloo, Kampong Glam

More InfoInstagram worthy shots are the rage for generating interest in new places discovered. A great Insta shot becomes a massive draw for locals and travelers alike and can transform a place, destination, food find, street into cult status. This was the inspiration behind our Instawalks series where our walks are carefully crafted to seek out hidden nooks and crannies and uncover gems unbeknownst to the average Joe.
Join us in discovering Singapore in a novel and fun way together with our friendly influencers as they generously share tips, unknown spots to captures the finest shots of SG. Have your followers and friends in awe of your best photos of SG and ask the proverbial "where is this?", all while learning about the famed streets of Bugis, Waterloo Street and Kampong Glam.
Get your smartphone ready and join us on the first and only Instagram tour of Singapore!

 

Cycle in Singapore like a local! Eat like a local!

Cycle in Singapore like a local! Eat like a local!

More InfoI can bring you to Coney Island, Marina Bay Sands, East Coast Park and Punggol! Great food is available along the way.

You can experience first hand where locals will ride and eat. The entire journey will be on Singapore's Park Connector, not on road. So it is very safe. If you are keen with the entire route, we will be riding over 20km. Otherwise, we can ride selectively.

You can ride on premium bikes like Giant, Specialized, Yeti, Santa Cruz, Pinarello, Dabomb, BMC, Cannnondale, Kestrel, Tern, Java and commencal! Some of my bikes are worth thousands of dollars each and you get to ride them at a small fee.

 

Local Neighbourhood Tour - Tanglin

Local Neighbourhood Tour - Tanglin

More InfoLet’s travel back in time to see the old days of Singapore. We’ll take you to places not found on travel guides, with zero tourist reviews.

An old neighbourhood, it’s oozing old-world charm and kampong spirit. There’re old provisions shops, barbers, traditional medicine halls, and more—they’re all shops you hardly see in Singapore these days. From there, we’ll explore a wet market, a hawker centre and walk through the void decks of the old and new HDB Flats.

At the end of this tour, you’ll be sure to bring home with you an eye-opening experience filled with nostalgia.

 

Picturing Places: History and Art in Singapore

Picturing Places: History and Art in Singapore

More InfoHistory and art rolled into a Walking tour of Singapore's Highlights!

Visit key sights, see public art and discover a melange of prints depicting Singapore's early landscapes.

From 19th-century shophouses to an amazing waterfront overlooking iconic skyscrapers such as Marina Bay Sands and Merlion Park, we will cover the top sights in Chinatown, Civic District and Marina Bay. Get a local's perspective on Singapore's miracle story, our multicultural diversity, key public housing policies and more.

Ticket includes sampling of a Michelin-listed snack in a popular hawker centre.

 

Private Customized Tour of Singapore - Half Day or Full Day

Private Customized Tour of Singapore - Half Day or Full Day

More InfoSee the top sights of Singapore in one tour. Take a Private Custom Walking Tour and explore the city's highlights and hidden gems - plenty of food for thought and a relaxed way to experience a myriad of cross-cultural cultural practices, iconic architecture, history and more. Choose between customizing your itinerary or entrust us with planning the tour based on your needs and interests. Your local guide will meet you in your hotel lobby, airport or cruise terminal. All public transportation costs i.e. train/bus are included in the tour.

Please note the places indicated under "Tour Details" are our recommended list of popular Points of Interests. If you have other places in mind, please let us know and we can work on customizing your itinerary.

 

Ultimate Singapore Hidden Treasures Tour

Ultimate Singapore Hidden Treasures Tour

More InfoThis immersive private walking tour to the ancient Chinese and European / Indian / Malay towns will trace the early footsteps of our forefathers. Journey into the past, and relive the experience of how early immigrants arrived, lived and made Singapore their home. Be enthralled by the discovery of various iconic characters from the past as well as their unique cultural and religious practices. Compare and contrast the historical changes from past to present and end off the tour with a panoramic view from a secret location which only few locals would know of. Prices of tour starts at SGD195 for a 4-hour tour and Travelers have the option of extending the tour and maximising the experience for an additional maximum of 4 hours at a pro-rated price (i.e SGD390 for an 8-hour tour). Should guests require a 3-4 seater private car for the tour, it will be an additional SGD100-SGD200 for the service (depending on tour duration).

 

Singapore Uncut

Singapore Uncut

More InfoDiscover the best-kept secrets of Singapore, where there’s more than meets the eye!

If you’ve wondered if there’s more to this island country’s efficient and effective reputation, this is the tour for you. This one-of-a-kind experience takes you to Jalan Besar, on the fringes of the city centre. Here, we will go off the beaten path to discover Singapore Uncut.

Hear the stories behind various spots, including places of worship, and take a rare peek inside a local’s shophouse-home. We will help you discover what lies beneath the surface.

Jalan Besar - which means ‘Big Road’ in Malay - is an underrated treasure with its trove of cultural and lifestyle spots. We’ll take you to the nooks and crannies you may miss.

This is a light, leisurely-paced walk with plenty of shade along the way. Feel free to ask me anything about Singapore, from its myriad religions to its Michelin-starred restaurants. We’ll talk as we walk.

 

7D 6N Singapore-Batam Island (Indonesia)-Malaysia

7D 6N Singapore-Batam Island (Indonesia)-Malaysia

More InfoWhy is this tour unique?
^ Visit Batam Island, Indonesia, enjoy a beach stay, half day Batam City tour.
^ Visit Malaysia's attractions - UNESCO Malacca, Kuala Lumpur, Belum, Penang Island and Cameron Highlands.
^ Rainforest Taman Negara invites you to savor her splendour and aborigines - soon no more. Overnite in a Jungle ambience.
^ Special visit to Orangutan Island - critically endangered species.
^ Cool Camerons with largest tea plantations
^ Live Commentary by English speaking Tour Coordinator awarded Certificate of Service Excellence by tripadvisor.
INCLUDES * All fees and taxes * Free flow Mineral water * Experienced Nature Guide
EXCLUDES * Hotel - Please see recommendations
* Meals - You will be taken to reasonably priced restaurants.
Bring along insect repellents, track shoes, sneakers, torch light with extra batteries, changing clothes, swim wear, rain coat, binoculars.
Daily departures on shared basis and good for tourists with time crunch.

 

Private Walking Instagram Tour in Singapore

Private Walking Instagram Tour in Singapore

More InfoOur Singapore Instagram Tour will take you to the most Instagrammable spots in Singapore all in one day. If you are looking for some culture, delicious food and a ton of great photos, then this is the tour for you!

The morning will start with meeting one of our friendly, local guides at the meeting point. From there your tour will begin as you start your walk to some of the most beautiful and famous spots in Singapore.

This full-day tour will be fully packed with famous landmarks, vintage architecture, secretly located spots and much much more!

Full Schedule:
9:00 AM - Meet your guide at the Bayfront MRT Station
9:15 AM – Visit Marina bay sands
10:00 AM – Walk along the Helix Bridge
10:35 AM – Experience the incredible Gardens by the bay
11:20 AM – See the fountain at Merlion Park
12:00 PM – Enjoy a local lunch and cold drink along Haji Lane
12:45 PM - Awe at the street art at Haji Lane
1:00 PM -Get dropped off by your Guide at Bugis MRT Station

 

Nature Walk at Ubin Island and Chek Jawa

Nature Walk at Ubin Island and Chek Jawa

More InfoBe transported back in time to 1960s Singapore as you embark on a bumboat to this rustic island. It feels like time stood still...

As you set foot on the island, you will immediately feel calm and relaxed, leaving behind the hectic pace of city life. The setting of the island brings back many childhood memories for me; running around the kampong (village). catching toads in streams to frighten adults, climbing trees to pluck fruits to eat, etc etc etc.

The island is a treasure trove of biodiversity and haven for many wildlife, because of the many natural habitats; estuarine and coastal mangroves, secondary and coastal forest, rocky and sandy shores, and intertidal zone.

If you are done exploring "City in a Garden", come discover "Kampong on an Island".

 

Nature Walk at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve

Nature Walk at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve

More InfoSungei Buloh Wetland Reserve is Singapore's first ASEAN Heritage Park and the home of diverse wildlife and migratory birds.
From August to April, the wetland serves as an important stopover point for many migratory birds, some coming as far away as Siberia.
As you traverse along the mangrove boardwalk and trail, the naturalist guide will introduce the many fascinating mud land creatures and unique flora that thrives only in the mangrove.
Bonus points for spotting the Estuarine crocodile!

 

Southern Ridges Nature Walk

Southern Ridges Nature Walk

More InfoUnique outdoor experience in the southwest of Singapore, offering an amazing view of Singapre's greenery in the two parks and one nature reserve.

 

Mangrove Night Walk

Mangrove Night Walk

More InfoAlong the boardwalk, it allows a close experience with mangrove inhabitants at night.

Listen to the strange calls and seek the nocturnal creatures like owls, nightjars, water snakes, frogs & toads, civet cat, etc... prepare to be surprised and amazed!

 

Ancient Kingdom, Lion City!

Ancient Kingdom, Lion City!

More InfoBefore the British arrived in Singapore, there was a prosperous 700-year-old settlement here. Is it just a legend?

This tour tells the story of the Founders of Singapore; a Palembang prince, a British lieutenant-governor and Singapore's first Prime Minister.

Easy and comfortable tour to understand the transformation of this 'Little Red Dot' island.

 

Nature Tour

Nature Tour

More InfoSungei Buloh Wetland Reserve has biodiversity with many habitats such as secondary rain forest, mangroves, marshes, mudflats, prawn ponds, fish ponds and coastline trails. These habitats have an amazing number of species of flora and fauna. It is one of the important site for the East Asian Australasian Shorebirds Flyway Site Network. Migratory birds fly from the north to the south to avoid the winter during September to March.

We have guides who have many years of guiding experience in Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve.

 

Singapore Heartland Tour

Singapore Heartland Tour

More InfoSingapore Heartland Tour is unique because you go where the locals live and you eat where locals eat. You also got the chance to visit a household and experience the conditions they live in. Jurong in the west of Singapore is slowly developing into a flourishing town and still leave some nostalgic places for enjoyment and reflection. Special Offer - Book by October 29 to save 20% off our previously offered price! - Book Now!

 

TreeTop Walk at MacRitchie Reservoir

TreeTop Walk at MacRitchie Reservoir

More InfoJoin us for a 7 km walk across the nature reserve, and enjoy a panoramic view at the TreeTop Walk. For nature lovers and tropical adventurers, the TreeTop Walk suspended between the two highest points in MacRitchie offers you a breathtaking bird’s eye view of the forest canopy like no other.

Trek through our Nature Reserve to spot the native creatives of the forest like the Clouded Monitor Lizard and catch a glimpse of native birds like the Olive-backed Sunbird. Sometime, snakes may slither across your path, but certainly you will get to say hi to the monkeys.

Discover and explore the tropical nature of Singapore under the guidance of Leo Loo who will help you spot and identify the flora and fauna that you encounter.

Have you noticed some of the common plants and animals as you travelled around Singapore and ever wondered why they are so ubiquitous?

Find out more as you join us on this 7km walk that will bring you right to the heart of our tropical rainforest here in Singapore.

 

Singapore Botanic Gardens Private Tour

Singapore Botanic Gardens Private Tour

More InfoEnjoy a leisurely stroll through the National Orchid Garden and lush lawns of Palm Valley as we share about its beginnings in 1859 and how it has helped define Singapore as the tropical Garden City over the years.

With over 300 plant species calling it home, explore the last remnant of the rainforest that used to cover the entire island and hear stories about its past. We will bring you through the secret parts of the Gardens that are seldom seen.

What makes the Singapore Botanic Gardens a UNESCO Heritage Site?

Join us on this comprehensive tour of the Singapore Botanic Gardens as we bring you on a walking trail through the famous National Orchid Gardens, the rain forest and a pond with swans specially gifted to us from Australia.

 

Punggol Waterway Bike Tour

Punggol Waterway Bike Tour

More InfoFormerly a farming area in the olden days, Punggol has now been transformed into a nature-lover’s sanctuary.

We will cycle through Punggol Waterway that connects two reservoirs and also through Coney Island, home to a wide variety of flora and fauna some of which are critically endangered. Along the way, you will discover more about Singapore’s reservoirs and our water system and how rainwater is collected from apartments for drinking before being treated for safe use.

This is a bike tour that will take you beyond the usual tourist spots and bring you closer to the heart of Singapore on our fun, exciting and learning route. Also, find out what ‘Punggol’ in Malay means and what is its relevance to the area which was a fruit-growing district in the past.

Are you an intrepid nature lover looking to explore a different side of Singapore seldom seen? Enjoy our Bike Tour as we bring you through one of the hidden locations of Singapore.

 

The Singapore River Bike Tour

The Singapore River Bike Tour

More InfoCapture the history of Singapore on a bike as we bring you on a tour along the Singapore River and waterfront areas.

We will trace the steps of Sir Stamford Raffles as he landed and cycle our way to the Esplanade Park and the old Civic District which features many historical government buildings from the colonial days. Along the way, we will show you how Singapore transformed from a sleepy fishing village into a modern metropolis and recount stories about how things used to be as we were growing up in the 1960s and 1970s.

From Clarke Quay to Esplanade to the Kallang River, pedal past iconic bridges and landmarks, learn about our urban biodiversity and be mesmerised by the sights and sounds of Singapore. Get to interact more closely with nature and architecture than you would otherwise on a bus or car.

Do you want a more adventurous and exciting way of exploring Singapore and learning about our history? Join us on this bike tour and you will not be disappointed.

 

Eat Pray Love - Singapore Food Tour With A Difference

Eat Pray Love - Singapore Food Tour With A Difference

More InfoThe Eat, Pray Love Tour is a food tour with a difference – as you enjoy food with different ethnic backgrounds, you will also walk through temples, churches and other religious buildings that represent the wide diversity in Singapore.

The walk will be through the beautiful Art Belt of Singapore from Chinatown to Little India, and along the way, you will enjoy various cuisines presented by the different cultures and ethnic groups. Several food stops have been planned for you to savour Indian, Muslim and even Chinese food – experience the delight of rice served in the shape of a ball, home-made ice-cream and sweet lassi.

We will also lead and guide you through the various places of worship – Hindu temples, Taoist temples, Islamic mosques, Catholic and Protestant churches as well as a Jewish synagogue.

Walk together with us on this tour for a unique multi-cultural experience through the Art Belt of Singapore!

 

Singapore City Bike Tour

Singapore City Bike Tour

More InfoCapture the history of Singapore on a bike as we bring you on a tour around the Lion City.

From the arts house at Old Parliament building to Gardens by the Bay, we will show you how Singapore transformed from a sleepy fishing village into a modern metropolis. As you follow our curated cycling path through the city, you’ll not only get to see historical landmarks, museums and places of interest but hear fascinating stories of their history and background.

Do you want a more adventurous and exciting way of exploring Singapore and learning about our heritage? Join us on this bike tour and you will not be disappointed.

 

Half-Day Cultural Experience with Food Tasting in Singapore

Half-Day Cultural Experience with Food Tasting in Singapore

More InfoJoin this tour to get real insight into how locals live. Learn about Singapore cultural and religious diversity, savor flavourful street foods and find out their origins, ingredients and spices.

Discover the hidden gems tucked away in little corners of Chinatown - feel its nostalgic vibes, marvel at the awesome streetscape and listen to the many intriguing stories.

Be amazed by Singapore's unique public housing programme and the awesome view of the city from a public housing block.

Note : We used to provide an option to use bikes for this tour but currently we are only doing walking tours.

 

A Colonial District Walk - The Time of an Empire

A Colonial District Walk - The Time of an Empire

More InfoOn 6th February 1819, Singapore was claimed as a trading outpost of the British Empire to "secure to the British flag the maritime superiority of the Eastern seas". In governance, religion, entertainment, and many other spheres, the imprint of Singapore's colonial past is indelible.

This is the Walk where you will see some magnificent architecture of those times, including St. Andrew's Cathedral, The Supreme Court, CHIJMES, the National Gallery Singapore and more.

Also, learn about Singapore's national flower, the Sarkies brothers, The Straits Times and finish at one of the most famous hotels in the world, Raffles Hotel, where the drink called 'the Singapore Sling' comes from.

 

Red Clogs Down the Five-Foot-Way, A Chinatown Walk

Red Clogs Down the Five-Foot-Way, A Chinatown Walk

More InfoMeet your guide at Exit A outside Telok Ayer MRT Station to walk along Singapore's unique, and very special, Chinatown. The street is filled from end to end, with stalls and knick-knacks of every kind. From ready-made clogs to delicious, steaming hot buns - Chinatown seems to have it all!

Sticky cakes, exotic fruits, sweetmeats; Chinatown is a food lover's paradise. Enjoy the fragrance of Chinese tea, ginseng and herbal eggs. If you're brave, we'll even help you find your way about a popular local Wet Market.

Check out paper cars, houses, 'handphones', and even lingerie - all part of an ancient Chinese funeral ritual which you will learn about. We'll also introduce you to the Yins and Yangs of Chinese traditional medicine.

The tour will end close to Chinatown MRT Station near Pagoda Street, where you can make you way back to the hotel or continue exploring the area, if you choose.

 

The Sultans of Spice Walking Tour

The Sultans of Spice Walking Tour

More InfoDiscover the Arabic district and learn about the Sultans who ruled Singapore before the country became a British colony. Get an understanding of the neighbourhood’s history, discover remnants of the indigenous culture, visit an ancient burial ground and the Sultan Mosque.

How was Singapore sold to the British for 60,000 Spanish Dollars? Find out about the man who did it, and the man who forced him to.

There are so many fascinating places to be found on a walking tour, and this tour takes you to many of them. It is an area where the traditional Malay blend and a distinctive Islam touch come together

 

Amazing Singapore Guided Tour

Amazing Singapore Guided Tour

More InfoThis tour showcases the history, multi-racial culture and lifestyle that is Singapore. At Little India, be greeted by myriad colours of aromas the moment you arrive. Walk past shops along the five-foot way offering a variety of exotic fruits, spices and flower garlands. Continue with a drive past the civic and colonial district with a stopover at Merlion Park for a photo opportunity against the picturesque backdrop of the Marina Bay. Proceed to Chinatown to explore the Chinese influence on the city. Find out why it is home to one of Singapore’s oldest Hindu temple.

Our final stop is to Singapore’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site – the Singapore Botanic Gardens – and walk through the National Orchid Garden which boasts a sprawling display of 60,000 orchid plants.

 

Singapore Night Safari with Hotel Transfers

Singapore Night Safari with Hotel Transfers

More InfoSet in 40 hectacres, this Night Safari tour will take you into the jungle after dusk.

Explore the park in the complete safety and comfort of an open-air tram. The ride covers different terrain that ranges from the rocky Himalayan foothills to the grassy plains of the Equatorial Africa. See a myriad of nocturnal animals, from fierce predators to timid forest dwellers, in their natural habitat under subtle moonglow lighting. Roam a walking trail where you will be able to view some animals at closer quarters. And if time permits, catch either the spectacular fiery Thumbuakar act or the Creatures of the Night show subject to weather conditions.

 

Singapore Night out @ Marina Bay

Singapore Night out @ Marina Bay

More InfoThis multi-award winning horticultural destination offers breath-taking waterfront views spanning over 101 hectares of reclaimed land. As dusk falls, the Marina Bay skyline emerges and the iconic tree-like vertical gardens - Supertree Grove, design with large canopies that provide shade in the day, come alive with a display of light and sound at night. Be amazed with a birds-eye view of the city from the top of Marina Bay Sand’s Skypark – it is a roof like no other, perched 200 metres in the air with observation deck in the clouds. Descend to the promenade and catch another synchronized light and music show. We end the night with a ride on a bumboat, traditional cargo-ferrying crafts, for a cruise along the Singapore River.

(Note: Fast food outlets available at Gardens by the Bay but we recommend you have an early dinner. This tour involves considerable walking.

 

Tropical RainForest and Orchid Garden Walk (UNESCO)

Tropical RainForest and Orchid Garden Walk (UNESCO)

More InfoSingapore is not just a city full of buildings but also a city in a Garden, join us in a 2 hours walk to see the Rainforest and Orchid Garden behind busy Orchard Road.

Do you know that Singapore Rain almost 170 days in a year?

1st part of the Tour will bring you to the Rainforest trail, this will show you the types of Eco Biodiversity that have been preserves, looking at the flora and fauna that is in our green.

2nd part of this Tour will being you to Orchid Garden which is a must visit when you are in Singapore, the first UNESCO Tropical Garden.

 

Chinatown's & Her Stories

Chinatown's & Her Stories

More Info2hrs Walking Tour in Chinatown (Coffee Break on your own)

This is a special location for all the Chinese when they first arrive on this Island.. Why did the Chinese made all the way to this Island dispite all the danger of the seas?

Having to work and live their life here in Chinatown, the coolies faces alot of temptation and social evil..many of the streets in Chinatown share the stories of their struggles.

Pagoda street, Mosque Street, Temple Street...is streets where Chinese, Indians and Muslim stays together..how did they come and make this work?

Finally the street of Death in Chinatown, how did all the co-exist during those days? The Japanese has spies inside Chinatown and how did the information leak?

Come and Join me to find out our early Chinatown and it's stories.

 

Chinatown Food Tasting & Walking Tour (Join Tour)

Chinatown Food Tasting & Walking Tour (Join Tour)

More InfoJoin an intimate guided tour around Singapore's Chinatown area and discover both the culture and cuisine on this side of the city! Meet up with your guide along South Bridge Road and start your walking tour around the Chinatown Complex, beginning with a visit to the wet market.
- Embark on a walking tour around Singapore's Chinatown and sample traditional Singaporean dishes as you go
- Enjoy a classic breakfast of sweet kaya toast paired with a hearty hot cup of coffee
- Visit the wet market and observe the locals and vendors as they go about their daily chores
- Try 5 different Singaporean dishes and learn how each one is uniquely prepared
- Walk through Chinatown and learn about its rich history and beautiful architecture from the licensed guide

 

Trishaw Uncle Guided Tours

Trishaw Uncle Guided Tours

More Info• Go back in time and embark on a nostalgic journey through the streets of Singapore on a cycle rickshaw
• Immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of the oldest streets in Singapore and each ethnic district
• Witness the amazing cultural transitions Singapore went through from past to present

 

Discover Singapore local experience

Discover Singapore local experience

More InfoBe a local for a few hours and explore the everyday activities of the average local. Stop by some flamboyant shophouses and townhouses and marvel at the type of housing in early Singapore. Coffee is the daily beverage for most locals and with over ten different permutations of coffee, learn how to order your coffee using local terms. Bread, combined with coffee, is a traditional local breakfast much influence by Western culture. A trip to Singapore is never complete without visiting the hawker centre and wet market. Join the everyday locals at the wet market as they go about to buy fresh produce and meats. Sit down at the hawker centre and try some local food.

• 3-hour walking tour in a local district with rich history
• a glimpse into the Singapore way of life
• perfect for guests who want a non-touristy local experience

 

Singapore: 4 Hours - Private Car or Minibus Rental with Driver

Singapore: 4 Hours - Private Car or Minibus Rental with Driver

More InfoProfessional driver will meet you at the hotel lobby / Port or arrival airport meeting point then take you through the Esplanade Park, visit the old place of the Merlion and find out more about the vertical marathon hotel, Marvel at the famous Merlion statue, Walk along the Singapore river, Discover the street where the mosque, the Buddhist and the Hindu temples are situated.Stroll around Chinatown and check out the hotel that used to be an opera house Meet the local spice maker and enjoy your local lunch( optional) at one of the biggest Hawker centres, Visit the amazing Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, Get to know more about Little India, Escape the city jungles and get to the top of Mount Faber where you will enjoy the 360 view of the city and Walk over the Henderson Waves, one of the most interesting bridges of Singapore.
Above are the suggest itinerary and if you have your own itinerary the driver happy to go with your plan

 

6-Hours Singapore Tour in Private Car or Minibus with Driver

6-Hours Singapore Tour in Private Car or Minibus with Driver

More InfoProfessional driver will meet you at the hotel lobby / Port or arrival airport meeting point then take you through the Esplanade Park, visit the old place of the Merlion and find out more about the vertical marathon hotel, Marvel at the famous Merlion statue, Walk along the Singapore river, Discover the street where the mosque, the Buddhist and the Hindu temples are situated.Stroll around Chinatown and check out the hotel that used to be an opera house Meet the local spice maker and enjoy your local lunch( optional) at one of the biggest Hawker centres, Visit the amazing Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, Get to know more about Little India, Escape the city jungles and get to the top of Mount Faber where you will enjoy the 360 view of the city and Walk over the Henderson Waves, one of the most interesting bridges of Singapore.
Above are the suggest itinerary and if you have your own itinerary the driver happy to go with your plan

 

Private Singapore Customized Tour With Driver

Private Singapore Customized Tour With Driver

More InfoProfessional driver will meet you at the hotel lobby / Port or arrival airport meeting point then take you through the Esplanade Park, visit the old place of the Merlion and find out more about the vertical marathon hotel, Marvel at the famous Merlion statue, Walk along the Singapore river, Discover the street where the mosque, the Buddhist and the Hindu temples are situated.Stroll around Chinatown and check out the hotel that used to be an opera house Meet the local spice maker and enjoy your local lunch( optional) at one of the biggest Hawker centres, Visit the amazing Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, Get to know more about Little India, Escape the city jungles and get to the top of Mount Faber where you will enjoy the 360 view of the city and Walk over the Henderson Waves, one of the most interesting bridges of Singapore.
Above are the suggest itinerary and if you have your own itinerary the driver happy to go with your plan

 

Singapore: Gardens by the Bay Admission E-Ticket

Singapore: Gardens by the Bay Admission E-Ticket

More InfoProfessional driver will meet you at the hotel lobby / Port or arrival airport meeting point then take you through the Esplanade Park, visit the old place of the Merlion and find out more about the vertical marathon hotel, Marvel at the famous Merlion statue, Walk along the Singapore river, Discover the street where the mosque, the Buddhist and the Hindu temples are situated.Stroll around Chinatown and check out the hotel that used to be an opera house Meet the local spice maker and enjoy your local lunch( optional) at one of the biggest Hawker centres, Visit the amazing Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, Get to know more about Little India, Escape the city jungles and get to the top of Mount Faber where you will enjoy the 360 view of the city and Walk over the Henderson Waves, one of the most interesting bridges of Singapore.
Above are the suggest itinerary and if you have your own itinerary the driver happy to go with your plan

 

Local Food and Culture Tour at Heartland Area (Yishun)

Local Food and Culture Tour at Heartland Area (Yishun)

More InfoYou are in for an amazing 3 hours food tour in a local neighborhood called Yishun. We will either walk or commute by public bus to the various food stops where we will savor a diverse range of dishes (such as Claypot Rice, Laksa, Roti Prata, Oyster Omelettes, Chendol etc) across Indian, Malay, Chinese and Singapore Cuisines. During the journey, you will also get to see what it is like to live like a Singaporean where you will visit local areas and places (such as the wet market, public housing, temples etc). In order to maximize interactions and experience, I will only host a maximum of 4 travelers per session :)

 

See 30+ Top Singapore Sights. Fun Local Guide!

See 30+ Top Singapore Sights. Fun Local Guide!

More Info30+ Singapore Sights in one tour! Fun local guide!!

We will guide you on an exploration of Singapore’s 30+ major landmarks. This will give you a good idea of the history, culture & legends of one of the world best-loved cities

Start in the Financial District & then walk to Singapore's famous Chinatown.

Next is Little India & Arab Street. Vibrant, colourful, amazing food.

City Hall area. Sights include : Raffles Hotel, St Andrews Cathedral, Singapore Cricket Club & The Padang

Next up : Marina Bay Sands hotel, Tthe Merlion & Fullerton Bay Hotel

Last stop is Lau Pau Sat : the best Hawker Food Market in Singapore

Sights we see include :

Financial District
Chinatown
Buddha Tooth Temple
Pagoda & Mosque Street
Little India
Arab Street
Bugis Junction
Raffles Hotel
Chijmes
St Andrews Cathedral
Singapore Cricket Club
National Gallery
Supreme Court
Parliament House
Raffles Statue
Fullerton Hotel
One Fullerton
Marina Bay Sands
ArtScience Museum
Esplanade Theatre
Lau Pau Sat Food Market

 

See 30+ Top Singapore Sights Private Tour!

See 30+ Top Singapore Sights Private Tour!

More Info30+ Singapore Sights in one tour! Private Guided Tour!

We will guide you on an exploration of Singapore’s major landmarks. This will give you a good idea of the history, culture & legends of one of the world best-loved cities

Start in the Financial District and then walk to Singapore's famous Chinatown. See Colonial houses, Chinese & Hindu temples

Next is Little India. Vibrant, colourful, amazing food. This area is next to Arab street where there are fantastic sights to see

City Hall area. Sights we see here include : Raffles Hotel, St Andrews Cathedral, The Singapore Cricket Club, The Padang & other Civic Buildings.

Heading to the Marina Bay : we will take amazing photos of the world famous Marina Bay Sands hotel, see the Merlion, the Fullerton Bay Hotel & the spectacular skyline

Our last stop is Lau Pau Sat. Arguably the best Hawker Food Market in Singapore. Very historic & set amongst the skyscrapers of Singapore

 

The Secrets of Singapore Walking Tour

The Secrets of Singapore Walking Tour

More InfoSecret Singapore Sights Tour! Fun local guide!!

We will guide you on an exploration of Singapore’s major landmarks. This will give you a good idea of the history, culture & legends of one of the world best-loved cities

Start in the Financial District and then walk to Singapore's famous Chinatown. See Colonial houses, Chinese & Hindu temples

Next is Little India. Vibrant, colourful, amazing food. This area is next to Arab street where there are fantastic sights to see

City Hall area. Sights we see here include : Raffles Hotel, St Andrews Cathedral, The Singapore Cricket Club, The Padang & other Civic Buildings.

Heading to the Marina Bay : we will take amazing photos of the world famous Marina Bay Sands hotel, see the Merlion, the Fullerton Bay Hotel & the spectacular skyline

Our last stop is Lau Pau Sat. Arguably the best Hawker Food Market in Singapore. Very historic & set amongst the skyscrapers of Singapore

 

Singapore's Little India & Chinatown Walking Tour

Singapore's Little India & Chinatown Walking Tour

More InfoSingapore's Chinatown & Little India neighbourhoods! Fun local guide!!

We will guide you on an exploration of Singapore’s major landmarks. This will give you a good idea of the history, culture & legends of one of the world best-loved cities

Starting in the Financial District we walk to Singapore's famous Chinatown. Famous for its temples, shopping & colonial houses. We see Chinese & Hindu temples plus stop to try some food along the way

Chinatown has not changed that much in 50 years. The old shop houses and families are still there. Old meets new in this neighbourhood

We head to Little India. Vibrant, colourful & amazing food. This area is next to Arab street where there are fantastic sights to see. Street art & Street food : both are incredible

We will see an authentic food court that caters for curry lovers ! Plus see temples galore. A very frantic and buzzing part of Singapore

This experience enables you to see the best of Singapore (20+ Sights) all with a Fun Local Guide!

 

See 20+ Top Singapore Sights. Fun Local Guide!

See 20+ Top Singapore Sights. Fun Local Guide!

More InfoSee 20+ Top Singapore Sights! Fun local guide!!

We will guide you on an exploration of Singapore’s major landmarks. This will give you a good idea of the history, culture & legends of one of the world best-loved cities

Starting in the Financial District we walk to Singapore's famous Chinatown. Famous for its temples, shopping & colonial houses. We see Chinese & Hindu temples

Chinatown has not changed that much in 50 years. The old shop houses and families are still there. Old meets new in this neighbourhood

We head to Little India. Vibrant, colourful & amazing food. This area is next to Arab street where there are fantastic sights to see. Street art & Street food : both are incredible

We will see an authentic food court that caters for curry lovers ! Plus see temples galore. A very frantic and buzzing part of Singapore

This experience enables you to see the best of Singapore (20+ Sights) all with a Fun Local Guide!

 

Eat 8 Singapore Foods & See 30+ Top Singapore Sights Tour

Eat 8 Singapore Foods & See 30+ Top Singapore Sights Tour

More InfoEat 8 Singaporean Foods & See 30+ Singapore Sights in one tour! Fun local guide!!

We will guide you on an exploration of Singapore’s major landmarks. This will give you a good idea of the history, culture & legends of one of the world best-loved cities

During & after the walking tour we will treat you to some amazing Singaporean Foods!

Foods you will try include : Mutton Biriyani, Chicken Wings, Satay, Chicken Rice & a famous desert!

We walk to Singapore's famous Chinatown. Colonial houses, Chinese & Hindu temples plus stop to try some food along the way

Next is Little India. Vibrant, colourful & amazing food

City Hall area. Sights we see here include: Raffles Hotel, St Andrews Cathedral, Singapore Cricket Club, The Padang & other Civic Buildings

Heading to the Marina Bay we will take amazing photos of the famous Marina Bay Sands hotel. See The Merlion, Fullerton Bay Hotel & The Spectacular skyline

Last stop is Lau Pau Sat. The best Hawker Food Market in Singapore

 

Road biking Tour - Singapore. 3 hour ride. (bike rental separate)

Road biking Tour - Singapore. 3 hour ride. (bike rental separate)

More InfoOnce you have a bike, why not book a personal guide to show you around the island to find areas unexplored, tourist highlights or fast racing ride to get your adrenaline flowing.

Valley Cycles can also rent you a road racing bike to suit your needs with pedal system of choice.

 

Road Racing Bike Rental

Road Racing Bike Rental

More InfoRent a premium racing bicycle to explore or train while in Singapore. All bikes are carbon fiber, 11 speed and come with pedals of choice, lights and mini tool kit.

 

Singapore - bike adventure beyond the concrete jungle

Singapore - bike adventure beyond the concrete jungle

More InfoAn opportunity to cycle beyond the concrete jungle and explore some of the quieter and greener parts of Singapore. If we are lucky we can see otters, macaques, monitor lizards and many different types of birds, butterflies and dragonflies. Participants should have a moderate level of fitness as we will be cycling just over 30 km on this tour. However it will be at a fairly leisurely pace and we will have plenty of stops for photos.

 

City Bike and Bite

City Bike and Bite

More InfoWherever we travel, we are always very aware of the fact that true connection means interacting with local people. The warmest and most lasting memories we have are of meeting new people and getting to know them. To bring this sense of connection to our own home Singapore, we decided to start a tour that focus on tasting as well as seeing the city. There is no better way to get to know someone than to sit down with a tasty bite or drink and chat away. Join us on this bike and bite tour through Singapore. Enjoy amazing food that brought from all over the world and combine them in creative ways, and learn about the history of a most racial harmonious country in the world.

 

Nostalgic Bike and Bite

Nostalgic Bike and Bite

More InfoFor those who wish to take a break from the concrete jungle and catch a glimpse of what Singapore was like before it evolved into the modern city it is today. Nostalgic Bike and Bite tour will take you to the island most nostalgic area, Katong & Joo Chiat. Declared as Singapore’s first Heritage Town in 2011, this East Coast enclave still holds timeless treasures and insight into the rich Peranakan cultural heritage of the 1950s. The area’s identity is especially shaped by its unique pre-war architecture – colourful two-storey shophouses and terrace houses with ornate facades, intricate motifs and ceramic tiles. As well as one of the country’s best foodie destinations well-loved by many Singaporeans.

 

Night Bike and Bite

Night Bike and Bite

More InfoOn this finely crafted Night Bike and Bite tour. We focus on showing you the unique Cuisine and Culture of Singapore. As a result of its history as a seaport with a large immigrant population. Singaporean cuisine is diverse and contains different elements derived from several ethnic groups, Chinese, Malay and Indian. Night Bike & Bite tour will bring you through our beautiful city from Dusk to Night. Follow your guide pedal through Singapore top attractions and three different ethnic quarters, Kampong Glam, Little Indian and Chinatown. While tasting difference ethnic foods and snack along the way. Our Guide will share with you stories & secrets that make Singapore so special. After a relaxing ride through the fascinating city as night close in. Dine at one of the best Hawker centre in the city that offer some of the best of local cuisine “Lau Pa Sat“. Enjoy a plate of “Hainanese chicken rice” with “Pulled tea”. Please visit our website for more detail informations.

 

Road Bike Rentals

Road Bike Rentals

More InfoGreat bikes, minimum Shimano equipped bikes
Inflated tires
Lubricated drive train

Free intro on how to ride a road or change gears.
Help to set the seat height

 

Capture the Best Photos and Videos with Original Singapore City Walking Tour

Capture the Best Photos and Videos with Original Singapore City Walking Tour

More InfoExplore the best of Singapore’s must-visit sightseeing spots in one walking tour!
Learn about the city's transformation from a fishing village to a metropolitan city
Be introduced to Singapore's multi-cultural society, heritage, and rich history
Capture the best photos and videos at some of the scenic spots in town
Discover lesser-known areas with rich stories shared by knowledgeable local guides

Additional Information:
Minimum age required: Age 6
Tours are conducted in English only
Due to the nature of this tour, it is not wheelchair or stroller accessible
This tour is not recommended for those with serious medical conditions, pregnant women, or seniors
The tour involves long-distance walking. It is highly recommended to wear a comfortable pair of walking shoes
Please dress accordingly depending on weather conditions of the day
The tour is operational in all weather conditions except during storms or typhoons

Things to Bring:
Water
Raincoat and/or umbrella
Cap or hat
Sunscreen
Cash

 

Streets Alive Singapore Walking Tour (Chinatown Edition)

Streets Alive Singapore Walking Tour (Chinatown Edition)

More InfoSet in the heart of Chinatown, Streets Alive Singapore Walking Tour brings to you the pinnacle of Singapore’s unique local culture in the most immersive and life-like manner.

As you are transported back to reality, witness whimsical characters come alive to interact and take you on a journey of mystery and fun.

Expect to wow your five senses as you learn about Singapore through a captivating tour that seamlessly pairs modern technology and traditional culture.

Live Performers
Witness characters come alive and take you on a journey of mystery and fun

Virtual Reality Experience
Be transported to an alternate dimension through state-of-the-art Virtual Reality

Unique Local Culture
Embark on a guided stroll through heritage-rich Chinatown that promises an insight into Singapore's society

 

Chinatown Singapore Walking Tour

Chinatown Singapore Walking Tour

More InfoUncover Chinatown's hidden gems with this this 2-hour guided walking tour. Follow your guide as you navigate through narrow streets lined by conserved pre-war shophouses. Walk along the five-foot-ways to discover traditional trades such as Chinese medical halls, woodwork handicrafts, and tea houses that have stood the test of time. Explore the traditional wet market and sample some local biscuits. Visit a Hindu and Buddhist temple along the same street, a testament to Singapore’s multi-cultural and multi-religious society.

 

Zebra Ebike Urban Safari Tour with Guide

Zebra Ebike Urban Safari Tour with Guide

More InfoThe Zebra Ebike Urban Safari Tour is a 3-4 hour tour along Singapore's park connectors designed to showcase the awesome cycling network (PCN) our government has built in recent years. It is our ambition to provide travelers with the experience of a lifetime through exploring Singapore's natural and urban beauty on the wheels of an electric bike.

Our Western Tour goes along East Coast Park, past Marine Cove and Parkland Green all the way to Gardens by the Bay East. From there, the majestic skyline of the Marina Bay Financial District comes into view. We pass the Marina Barrage, then turn around onto the park connector through Tanjong Rhu, Dakota, Paya Lebar, and back to StoreFriendly Centre.

Along the way we stop at Jalan Batu Food Market where we take a short break and sample fresh local fruits. Jalan Batu is nestled inside a public housing estate that is rarely visited by foreigners and provides a small glimpse into the lives of ordinary Singaporeans. Well off the beaten track!

 

3-Hours Singapore's Impressive Gardens By The Bay Private Tour

3-Hours Singapore's Impressive Gardens By The Bay Private Tour

More InfoSpread out over 101 hectares, the gorgeous Gardens by the Bay is an oasis of lush greenery like nothing you've experienced before! Explore the highlights of Singapore's main attraction, and learn more about the city's exciting culture, on a unique walking tour with a local.

Discover how the Gardens by the Bay are environmentally sustainable and get a peek into the marine life that supports the area's ecosystem. Spot unique sculptures, such as the Planet, an impressing bronze masterpiece weighing over 7 tons! Get a better understanding of Singapore’s diverse history and culture, as you wander through The Heritage Garden. See how the Chinese, Malay, Indian, and Colonial gardens come perfectly together.

Get lost among the Super Trees, The Garden's prime attraction. With 158,000 plants and 700 species of floral, they are a beautiful sight to behold. With the incredible Marina Bay Sands hotel in the background, you will be spoiled with photo opportunities!

 

Magical Singapore by Night Private Tour

Magical Singapore by Night Private Tour

More InfoExperience Singapore’s hustle and bustle during the vibrant evening hours. During this 2-hour private tour you’ll taste the magic that the evening brings. Kickstart your evening with your favorite local insider by your side!

Explore the streets of Chinatown at night, when it’s at its best. Wander down the colourful shops and eateries, set against a backdrop of rich heritage and history. Get a quick glimpse of a beautiful Buddhist temple before enjoying a few delicious pre-dinner snacks at a hawker center.

Enter the coolest and busiest bar district in town. This is the place to be if you want to have a fabulous night out. Take a look around as your host points out the must-see spots for delicious cocktails. Take the back alley and enter an undiscovered green oasis of quiet! You’re about to approach what used to be the Old Chinatown.

This tour can be organised in Mandarin Chinese language.

 

Withlocals City Kickstart: Singapore - Private 90 minutes Tour

Withlocals City Kickstart: Singapore - Private 90 minutes Tour

More InfoStart your Singapore visit in the best way possible, go around the city with a local host during this private kickstart tour!
Take a walk through Hong Lim Park, also known as Speakers Corne. This park is not just a natural gem, but it's also a local hotspot where Singaporeans can freely demonstrate, protest and hold exhibitions.
Visit a shop with Chinese delicacies, best known for offering Birds Nest, Dried Seafood and Chinese Herbs. For incredible views, follow your local host to OCBC Centre.
Take a walk through the Boat Quay and discover why this vibrant area is so important. Discover more about the local culture with a visit to the Moulana Mohd Ali Mosque. Be amazed by how this quiet complex transforms into a sea of worshippers clad in long-sleeved shirts and business ties.
Check out the Arts House, formerly known as Singapore's Parliament. Go to the South Bridge Road and explore the center of Chinatown and its many historical and important buildings, like the Sri Mariamman Temple.

 

Breezing Singapore Bike Tour

Breezing Singapore Bike Tour

More InfoThis 4 hours tour by experienced, passionate and licensed guide will provide a comprehensive understanding to Singapore, history, culture, architecture, arts, religions, food, natural view, shopping malls, sports, iconic buildings.

You will be definitely amazed by the tour.

 

Singapore's Food and Wet Market Adventures

Singapore's Food and Wet Market Adventures

More InfoTekka Market, Singapore’s most famous market was once a slaughterhouse, but today is a bustling marketplace. Selling the freshest ingredients for the country’s most delicious dishes, it’s a favorite for the best cooks – why not join them for a colorful stroll through Singapore's spice and flavor?

 

Halal Food Walking Tour at Kampong Glam

Halal Food Walking Tour at Kampong Glam

More InfoExperience food haven Singapore with its Halal food: the numbers of eateries offering such cuisines have increased and it is a great way to dine and explore Singapore.

Kampong Glam has been restored, refurbished and new life breathed into it, bringing back the former colour and vibrancy of the area. Rows of conserved shophouses can be found in Arab Street. Additional to that, beautiful Mosques constructed way back in 1800’s surrounds the place. All Mosques/Masjids in Singapore are administered by Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura (MUIS), also known as Islamic Religious Council of Singapore.

Seek out the heritage-rich restaurants and eateries that locals frequent; some of these boast a history even older than Singapore’s! So kick-start your foodie adventures in this colourful ethnic enclave with us!

 

Best of Singapore - Street Art & Food Tour

Best of Singapore - Street Art & Food Tour

More InfoIs street art illegal in Singapore? What’s that delicious smell that wafts through

the back door at the back of the shophouses? From rich and flavourful snacks

such as Vadai and Dosa to sweet desserts and Kueh Koswee, this is a walking

tour specially tailored for art and food lovers, promising to ignite your five

senses, and give the hungry belly and mind the greatest satisfaction.

 

Singapore's Next Generation Hawker Food Tour

Singapore's Next Generation Hawker Food Tour

More InfoThroughout this tour, you will experience both traditional hawker center, Chinese meals as well as more modern restaurants based on the transition of recipes between generations. As a passionate food explorer, I look forward to taking you through the gastronomic maze of the Lion City for a mouth-watering culinary food tour experience. Put on your walking shoes and take a delicious stroll from one dish to another, discovering Singapore, her people, and culture – through food. Tour limited to a maximum of 10 travelers.

 

Geylang Food Tour at Night

Geylang Food Tour at Night

More InfoJoin us for an enchanting food tour at Geylang!

Stroll along rows of fruit stalls in the popular Geylang district and pluck up the courage to try durian, the 'King of Fruits.' During this guided tour you'll feast on a street food dinner of local Singapore delights, from rice noodles to herbal soup, surprising dim sum and more — all under the glittering neon lights of the city that never sleeps.

 

Singapore's Little India Self-Guided Audio Tour

Singapore's Little India Self-Guided Audio Tour

More InfoWelcome to Little India, Singapore. Also known as 'Tekka' by the locals, this is the place to be if you want to eat and dive in a little bit of history.

We can help do just that. This is a GPS enabled professionally-narrated walking tour! You’ll dive into the heart of this community to understand the diversity that defines both Singapore and India.

This self-guided tour allows you to explore Singapore’s historic wonders with maximum flexibility and value.
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We’ll email or text you your unique password within 30 minutes after you book the tour. All audios play automatically based on location.

 

Pulau Ubin Cycling Adventure

Pulau Ubin Cycling Adventure

More InfoPulau Ubin Island is the cycling paradise perfect for the nature lover and wants to see have a glimpse of how Singapore looks like in the past. This well preserved nature park is home to many wildlife such as Hornbills, Wild boars, Asian monkeys, Otters and many more! Pulau Ubin also houses the last few "Kampongs" local villages in Singapore with locals who still resides in them. Perfect opportunity to experience life as it was back in the 60s!

Our adventure cycling is well catered for both adrenaline junkies or the casual traveler who wants to enjoy nature cycling. Our Cycling guides would lead you through a series of mountain biking trails that are crafted to stimulate your senses and experience. So rest assured that you will not be left out, regardless of your fitness!

(Psst, some of our cycling guides are over 60 years old too!)

 

Singapore's Little India Walking Tour

Singapore's Little India Walking Tour

More InfoGet a taste of Indian life on a walking tour through Singapore’s Little India. If you’ve always found Hindu temples fascinating but confusing, join this tour and gain the simplest yet profound insight into the religion. Savour treats at Little India’s oldest restaurant, walk through the famed Tekka Market, learn the art of sari-tying and look out for quirky street art.
Due to COVID-19 regulations, only private bookings are accepted. Minimum 10 adults required per booking.

 

Singapore Battlebox and Fort Canning Hill Tour

Singapore Battlebox and Fort Canning Hill Tour

More InfoLearn all about the storied history of Fort Canning Hill in the heart of the Singapore, dating back to the 14th century. With your guide, you'll venture deep underground into the Battlebox, a former World War II command centre where the decision to surrender Singapore was made and gain deeper insight into Singapore’s wartime history. Don’t miss this exhilarating journey back in time at the once “Forbidden Hill”!
Due to COVID-19 regulations, only private bookings are accepted. Minimum 10 adults required per booking.

 

Singapore's Chinatown Morning Walking Tour

Singapore's Chinatown Morning Walking Tour

More InfoSoak in the sights, sounds and smells of Singapore’s Chinatown! Step back in time in an immersive, multi-sensory experience at Chinatown Heritage Centre, including faithful recreations of the living quarters back in the ‘50s. Hear stories of Chinatown’s early residents and discover the area’s gritty past. Explore Singapore’s oldest Hokkien-Chinese temple, where religious syncretism takes centre-stage. Be introduced to traditional Chinese medicine, learn about paper offerings in Chinese funeral rituals and explore an authentic wet market! You will also get to sample delicious traditional pastries.
Due to COVID-19 regulations, only private bookings are accepted. Minimum 10 adults required per booking.

 

Kampong Glam and Sultan Mosque Morning Walking Tour

Kampong Glam and Sultan Mosque Morning Walking Tour

More InfoDiscover a hidden cultural enclave where Singapore’s indigenous culture thrives amidst modernity on this award-winning tour. Find out how Singapore sold to the British for 60,000 Spanish Dollars and learn about the spice trade. Gain valuable insights to Islam at the historic Sultan Mosque, experience sarong-tying, check out colourful street art and enjoy traditional treats!

Due to COVID-19 regulations, only private bookings are accepted. Minimum 10 adults required per booking.

 

Singapore's Colonial District Walking Tour

Singapore's Colonial District Walking Tour

More InfoGo back in time and discover Singapore’s colonial past on this Colonial District Walking Tour. Learn about the long-lasting effect Britain has had on Singapore’s governance, religion and entertainment as you visit cathedrals, walk historic streets and enjoy a rare view of the cityscape from atop the Supreme Court Viewing Deck!

Due to COVID-19 regulations, only private bookings are accepted. Minimum 10 adults required per booking.

 

Chinatown Street Food: Eat With A Local In Singapore

Chinatown Street Food: Eat With A Local In Singapore

More InfoYou’ll set off on a jaunt around Chinatown where you’ll find some of the best street food in Singapore. Aside from the Chinatown Food Complex, where you can taste Michelin starred street food, you’ll find such delights as poh piah (fresh spring roll) and chwee kueh (water rice cake). Maybe it’ll be the food which lulls you into a coma, or maybe it’s the swaying lanterns and billowing smoke screens, who can say. From here, you’ll walk to a traditional wet market where you can see live seafood and try to decipher all manner of ingredients.
Within 24 hours after booking you'll receive a short questionnaire about your personality and interests. Based on your responses, you'll be assigned a like-minded host. Your host will communicate with you directly to suggest an itinerary to help you discover what makes the city unique. You will also agree on a meeting time and place. Your itinerary is flexible, so during the experience, you can always change your mind about what you want to do.

 

Small Group Walking Tour: Singapore Up Close

Small Group Walking Tour: Singapore Up Close

More InfoThis is the trail for you if:
• you're interested in local authentic experiences and want a glimpse into the real Singapore
• you're a repeat visitor to Singapore who has 'seen it all' and you're looking to do something different
• you've recently moved to Singapore and you're curious about your new home
• you have an interest in urban planning or would like to understand the Singapore success story in greater depth

Today, 8 in 10 Singaporeans live in public housing built by the HDB, our national housing body. To understand Singapore Up Close, therefore, a visit to a public housing town - or what we affectionately call our heartlands - will prove enlightening and informative.

On this unique walk, you'll gain a deeper understanding of how Singaporeans live, shop, eat and worship as well as an appreciation of the vision, planning and hard work that has propelled Singapore to where it is today.

 

Uncover the Gems of Kampong Glam: The Seat of Malay Royalty in Singapore

Uncover the Gems of Kampong Glam: The Seat of Malay Royalty in Singapore

More InfoLooking at the laid-back vibe of Kampong Glam today, it may surprise you to find out that this was the seat of Malay royalty in the 1820s, complete with its own Palace. The Malays were the original inhabitants of the island, before Singapore came under British rule. 

The kings and princes are long gone, and Kampong Glam today is an eclectic mix of traditional businesses alongside new cafes and lifestyle shops. This is a charming neighbourhood you'll enjoy visiting.

 

Uncover the Gems of Little India Singapore: A Feast for the Senses

Uncover the Gems of Little India Singapore: A Feast for the Senses

More InfoIf we could sum up the bustling Little India heritage area in one phrase, it would be " a feast for the senses"!

Stroll through its streets, and you might think you've been transported to a city in India. Shops overflow with their wares – vibrant flower garlands, beautiful sarees, colourful bangles and intricately designed henna patterns - this is one place where your camera will be put to good use!

As you explore the area, you might pick up the scent of fragrant incense or aromatic spices, and hear the catchy beats of the latest Bollywood songs. And as you wander past the shops and eateries, you will probably find it hard to resist the temptation of trying some tasty Indian snacks and sweets!

 

Uncover the Gems of Chinatown Singapore

Uncover the Gems of Chinatown Singapore

More InfoThe Chinatown heritage area is a favourite among our visitors.

This is where the early Chinese immigrants of the 19th century set up their businesses, homes, temples and clan associations. Today, Chinatown is a lively mix of the old and new - traditional businesses and markets sit side-by-side with modern cafes and shops.

While it's a vibrant showcase of Singapore Chinese culture, one of Chinatown's most unique features is its multiculturalism – it's here that you will find a Taoist, Hindu and Buddhist temples, mosques as well as churches within walking distance of each other.

 

Singapore's Chinatown Trishaw Night Tour

Singapore's Chinatown Trishaw Night Tour

More InfoExplore Singapore’s Chinatown district from every perspective on this enjoyable 4-hour evening trishaw, riverboat and walking tour. Witness the nighttime street theater of this captivating district, learn about its history and shop for bargains in the exuberant Night Market. Enjoy a delicious Chinese dinner and then take an unforgettable trishaw ride, trundling along Little India and Bugis Village as the driver pushes the pedals! Lastly, board a bumboat and soak up wonderful nighttime views of the Singapore's illuminated skyline as you cruise along the Singapore River.

 

Skip-the-Line: Priority Tram Boarding at Night Safari with Buffet Dinner

Skip-the-Line: Priority Tram Boarding at Night Safari with Buffet Dinner

More InfoIt can take more than 40 minutes to board the Night Safari tram. With this skip-the-line pass, you hop right on for a journey into the world of nocturnal animals. Visit carefully designed habitats on a nighttime safari, and take a guided walk along a softly lit jungle trail for up-close looks at lions, leopards, and more. This 4-hour family-friendly tour includes animal shows and thrilling performances, plus a buffet dinner at the Ulu Ulu Safari Restaurant. Enjoy round-trip transport from major hotels in Singapore.

 

Private Tour - Peranakan Trail

Private Tour - Peranakan Trail

More InfoJoin us on a colourful journey into the history, lifestyle and unique character of the Peranakan Babas (the men) and Nonyas (the women) …

Take a walk through the Spice Garden which sits on the original site of the first Botanic Gardens and uncover the intricacies of spices and herbs that go into Peranakan cooking.

A fascinating Display of Peranakan costume, embroidery, beadwork, jewellery, porcelain, furniture and craftwork provides insight into the captivating culture of the Peranakans.

Wander through the bustling enclaves of Katong & Joo Chiat that showcases the rich and baroque Peranakan architecture. Admire rows of colourful traditional shophouses that dates back to the 1920s and 1930s.

A sampling of Nonya Delicacies will complete the trail.

 

Morning Adventures @ Sentosa

Morning Adventures @ Sentosa

More InfoCross over on Cable Car to Sentosa - State of Fun! On this tour, you have Free & Easy time but we have also added a Bus Tour round Sentosa Island - partially guided.
Sightsee from the comfort of an air-condition coach as you make photo stops at Siloso Point with a view of the South China Seas from the Fort Siloso Skywalk and pop by the bustling Resorts World Sentosa where the famed Universal Studio theme park and Adventure Cove and Singapore’s first casino is located.
At the eastern tip of the island, we view Sentosa Cove – the first and only oceanfront residence in Singapore and finally touch down at the Southern-most point of ASIA at Palawan Beach with the majestic view of the South China Sea.
Your adventure will end at Imbiah Lookout and the rest of the afternoon is free at leisure to explore the State of Fun!

Please take note:
From 8th February 20 to 6th March 20, operating hours for Universal Studios Singapore will be from 10am to 6pm daily.

 

Best of Jewel Changi Airport

Best of Jewel Changi Airport

More InfoVisit Jewel Changi Airport, Singapore's latest tourist destination. With our experienced guide, you will be able to experience the best of Jewel within a short time. See the Crystal Clouds, visit the HSBC Rain Vortex and Shiseido Forest Valley.

You will be brought to a curated list of shops that were made possible because of the passion by its founders. Know more about the typical Singaporean's way of life through well-designed products. Visit heritage brands and learn how their businesses have flourished while keeping to their traditions. Taste local snacks, some of which are still made with the same recipe that has been passed down.

End your visit at the Canopy Park, which includes access to the Topiary Walk, Petal Garden, Foggy Bowls and Discovery Slides. After the tour, those with time to spare can enjoy dinner at some of the local cuisine restaurants where you will get to skip the queue.

 

Discover Sentosa & More!

Discover Sentosa & More!

More InfoSentosa - The State of Fun...over a hundred years ago, this island was where the pirates used to hide out and it was known as the Pulau Blakang Mati - the island where death lurks behind. At one time, it was a British military fortress and after the Japanese Occupation in WWII, the island was renamed "Sentosa" - the island of peace and tranquility.

Sentosa has converted over the course of its notable history into a beloved island resort, best known for its tropical beaches, luxurious restaurants and exciting sights.

Please take note:
From 8th February 2020 to 6th March 2020, the operating hours for Universal Studios Singapore and S.E.A. Aquarium will be from 10am to 6pm daily.

 

Private Full Day Safari Experience - Zoo and River Safari

Private Full Day Safari Experience - Zoo and River Safari

More InfoSpend a day among animals of the world at two of Singapore’s top family attractions—the Singapore Zoo and River Safari. Known for its landscaping and authentic-style habitats, the Singapore Zoo is home to orangutans, elephants and much more. Then hop on a boat to glide along the River Safari, checking out wildlife from major waterways like the Amazon.

 

Private Tour - Discover Sentosa and More (Afternoon to Evening)

Private Tour - Discover Sentosa and More (Afternoon to Evening)

More InfoSentosa - The State of Fun...over a hundred years ago, this island was where the pirates used to hide out and it was known as the Pulau Blakang Mati - the island where death lurks behind. At one time, it was a British military fortress and after the Japanese Occupation in WWII, the island was renamed "Sentosa" - the island of peace and tranquility.

Sentosa has converted over the course of its notable history into a beloved island resort, best known for its tropical beaches, luxurious restaurants and exciting sights.

Please take note:
From 8th February 2020 to 6th March 2020, the operating hours for Universal Studios Singapore and S.E.A. Aquarium will be from 10am to 6pm daily.

 

Private Tour - Night Out at Chinatown (with dinner)

Private Tour - Night Out at Chinatown (with dinner)

More InfoExplore Singapore’s Chinatown district from every perspective on this enjoyable 4-hour evening trishaw, riverboat and walking tour. Witness the nighttime street theater of this captivating district, learn about its history and shop for bargains in the exuberant Night Market. Enjoy a delicious Chinese dinner and then take an unforgettable trishaw ride, trundling along Little India and Bugis Village as the driver pushes the pedals! Lastly, board a bumboat and soak up wonderful nighttime views of the Singapore's illuminated skyline as you cruise along the Singapore River.

 

Private Tour - Night out Marina Bay (with dinner)

Private Tour - Night out Marina Bay (with dinner)

More InfoBegin your tour with a local dinner by the Singapore River. Guests will have a choice of local fare comprising of either Hainanese Chicken Rice or Seafood Fried Rice, served with a local soup and dessert.

At Gardens by the Bay, discover exotic plants in the Flower Dome from the 5 continents which are displayed in 9 different gardens. Step into the Flower Dome and find the largest glass greenhouse in the world as listed in the 2015 Guinness World Records! Be amazed by the changing display of flowers and plants from the Mediterranean and semi-arid regions.

OR choose to...

Walk in the Cloud Forest and marvel at the 35-metre tall indoor waterfall, a mysterious world veiled in mist with and be amazed at the unique and fragile plants. Take in breath-taking mountain views surrounded by diverse vegetation and hidden floral gems. And learn about rare plants and their fast-disappearing environment.

 

Singapore Heritage Food Tour: Geylang Serai Market, Joo Chiat and Katong

Singapore Heritage Food Tour: Geylang Serai Market, Joo Chiat and Katong

More InfoWelcome to Singapore - and its delightful multicultural heritage! Singapore is well loved for its range of ethnic food available.One of the best things about being in Singapore is undoubtedly the food. It is no secret that Singaporeans eat and drink with a passion. For the newcomer, deciding where and what to eat can be an intimidating, yet at the same time, exciting experience. From Chinese to Malay, Indian to Peranakan, on this tour we will cover all the top foodie's favorite neighborhood including Geylang Serai Market, Joo Chiat and Katong district.

For this tour, you will get to sample some of our all time favourites like - Roti Prata or Thosai, Laksa and onde onde with a glass of Teh Tarik - pulled tea.

 

Full - Day Safari Experience - Zoo and River Safari

Full - Day Safari Experience - Zoo and River Safari

More InfoSpend a day among animals of the world at two of Singapore’s top family attractions—the Singapore Zoo and River Safari. Known for its landscaping and authentic-style habitats, the Singapore Zoo is home to orangutans, elephants and much more. Then hop on a boat to glide along the River Safari, checking out wildlife from major waterways like the Amazon.

 

Singapore Super Saver: Night Safari and River Safari

Singapore Super Saver: Night Safari and River Safari

More InfoExplore the world’s freshwater rivers and nocturnal habitats on this combo tour of River Safari and Singapore Zoo Night Safari -- winner of the Singapore Tourism Awards Best Leisure Attraction Experience! Encounter more than 300 animal species at the river-themed wildlife park, from the manatees of the Amazon Flooded Forest to the Yangtze River zone where giant pandas dwell.

When the group leave the River Safari, you will have some leisure time to see more of the River Safari or take in dinner before joining the Night Safari Tour guide who will be arriving after 7pm at the Night Safari Entrance.

Skip the line and take the Priority Tram Ride through the Night Jungle and spot nocturnal mammals including shy inhabitants and forest predators, before getting up close to more creatures on a guided walk.

Catch the Thumbuakar performance of fire-eating skills or a 20mins animal extravaganza at the Creatures of the Night Show, subject to weather conditions.

 

Malacca Self-Guided Day Trip from Singapore by VIP Minivan (Drive-thru border)

Malacca Self-Guided Day Trip from Singapore by VIP Minivan (Drive-thru border)

More InfoMalacca is a small and easily-walkable UNESCO World Heritage Site just hours away from Singapore, but visiting on a big bus can mean standing-in-line for an extended time at the notoriously busy Singapore-Malaysia border, and unnecessary stops. This full-day self-guided tour offers the best of both worlds, with round-trip transport by a VIP minivan (using the drive-through lane at the border), admission tickets to the scenic Malacca River Cruise and Malacca Tower, plus plenty of free time to take in the sights that interest you most.

 

Singapore's Chinatown Walking Tour at Dusk

Singapore's Chinatown Walking Tour at Dusk

More InfoJoin this personalized walking tour by a local guide, kept to a small group size of no more than 6 people.

As the sun sets, put on your walking shoes and join us in exploring Chinatown, the heart of the Chinese ethnic community of the yesteryears and discover how it had transformed over the centuries while still retaining its old world charm. 

Experience our national food culture by sampling some local snacks at our favorite Chinatown hawker centre. You can't get any more local than this!

 

Private Walking Tour through Singapore and the Two World Wars

Private Walking Tour through Singapore and the Two World Wars

More InfoIf you want to know Singapore's history and World war II from an experienced guide then this tours is for you.

 

Private Cycling Tour in Singapore

Private Cycling Tour in Singapore

More InfoBook this private cycling tour to see highlights of Singapore with a professional Tour guide. This 4 hour bike tour covers major sites such as Marina Bay, Flyer, Bugis & Kampong Glam photo stop.

 

3 Hours Singapore Botanic Gardens Tour

3 Hours Singapore Botanic Gardens Tour

More InfoThis tour is for nature enthusiasts of all ages, allowing you to view some of the best examples of native and exotic flora in Singapore. On this tour, uncover the Garden's rich heritage by visiting the Singapore Botanic Gardens Heritage Museum first. Thereafter, enjoy the lush vegetation, the vibrant flowers and the warmth of the tropics as you stroll through the Gardens' tropical collections. Hear juicy stories about some of the prime spots of the Garden, such as a crocodile that had escaped many years ago and took up residency in the Swan Lake.

 

Full-Day Private Singapore Heritage Sightseeing Tour

Full-Day Private Singapore Heritage Sightseeing Tour

More InfoJoin this full-day tour for the chance to learn about what makes Singapore truly unique. You will get a taste for the diverse community with visits to Chinatown, Little India, and Kampong Glam. Wander through the streets of Chinatown and get a feel for what it was like for Chinese immigrants who made Singapore home, get a taste of Indian life as you visit booths selling spices, fresh flower garlands and saris, explore bazaars and markets with an Arabic tinge in Kampong Glam.

 

3 Hours Little India Tour from Singapore

3 Hours Little India Tour from Singapore

More InfoGet a taste of Indian life in Singapore while you browse booths selling spices, fresh flower garlands, and saris. A visit to a Hindu temple will add to the cultural richness on your half-day walking tour of Little India. If you're feeling adventurous, get your hand decorated with henna.

 

Half Day Singapore Discovery Tour

Half Day Singapore Discovery Tour

More InfoDiscover Singapore by getting to know its Civic District and beyond!

This half day tour will start at Raffles Landing Site. We will take a leisurely stroll along the bank of the Singapore River. You will hear stories about Singapore's past come alive.

The walk takes you through parts of Singapore's colonial heritage and landmark. Next, stop at the Merlion Park where you can get a photo with our tourism symbol, the Merlion, against the magnificent cityscape of our busy financial district.

Indeed, the Civic District is where modern and colonial Singapore intersect seamlessly. At Mount Faber, get a bird’s-eye view of Singapore’s fast-changing skyline, surrounding islands and neighbouring countries’ shores.

The tour ends at the Singapore Botanic Gardens, the country's first UNESCO heritage site.

 

The Stories and Histories Across the Singapore River

The Stories and Histories Across the Singapore River

More InfoEmbark on a journey along a small river with great historical significance. The Singapore River has been a lifeline for Singaporeans since ancient times, through the colonial era and the early days of the nation's independence. Find yourself captivated by stories of how the forefathers of Singapore first stepped ashore. Go deeper and uncover events centred on the River. At the end of the cruise cum walking tour, you will stand in awe of the city that has stood the test of time to arrive at where it is today.

 

Singapore City Tour from Ground, Water and Sky

Singapore City Tour from Ground, Water and Sky

More InfoThis is a uniquely customised tour which you can experience the most of Singapore city from the ground, sky and water.

Delve into Singapore’s multicultural heritage on a private full-day tour. Learn about the Chinese, Indian, and Malay communities who settled here during the 1800s, and discover their cultures and history.

 

3 Hours Little India Tour in Singapore

3 Hours Little India Tour in Singapore

More InfoGet a taste of Indian life as you visit booths selling spices, fresh flower garlands and saris. A visit to a Hindu temple will add to the excitement and cultural richness. If you're adventurous, get your hand decorated by henna.

 

Private Singapore After Dark: Local Street Food & Nightlife Tour

Private Singapore After Dark: Local Street Food & Nightlife Tour

More InfoA 3-hour night tour indulging in the most sumptuous local street foods. Be captivated by the mesmerising sights & lights of nocturnal Singapore.

As soon as the sky fades, Singapore magically lights up and comes alive as a pulsating playground of endless entertainment options. Watch in awe as a busy road magically transforms into our famed food street and look forward to a feast of the best local street foods while being surrounded by skyscrapers in the heart of Singapore’s business district.

Take a starry-eyed stroll with us and be enthralled by a spectacular laser light show along Singapore's romantic waterfront. After all the excitement, end the night on a buzz with a refreshing local beer!

 

Private Michelin and Local Hawker Food Tour

Private Michelin and Local Hawker Food Tour

More InfoA 3-hour food tour indulging in the best of Michelin Guide food & other popular hawker foods right in the heart of Chinatown.

Yes, we are world-famous for our food – Asian, Western, traditional, fusion and more. In fact, our distinctive local hawker culture reflects Singapore’s multicultural society. The locals know best! So, follow our local guides to the bustling heart of Chinatown where you will eat to your heart’s content, including Chicken Rice from the world’s cheapest Michelin 1-Star Restaurant! Aimed to satiate discerning taste buds, this food tour is a definite for all adventurous foodies!

 

Singapore Private Customisable Walking Tour

Singapore Private Customisable Walking Tour

More InfoA 4 to 8-hour private customised walking tour with one of our best resident guide. Travel by public transport.

Experience Singapore based on your preferred time and pace. We customise the travel itinerary to suit your travel style and interests. Enjoy the luxury of dedicated guide service and explore the city in-depth on foot and public transport.

 

Private Original Singapore City Sightseeing Walking Tour

Private Original Singapore City Sightseeing Walking Tour

More InfoA 3-hour walking tour of Singapore City with a local guide. Visit Merlion Park, Civic District, Marina Bay & Singapore River on this "must-do" tour!

There was a time when fishing boats and spices lined our colonial shore. Today, we have transformed to be buzzing city teeming with history, culture and architecture. Let us take you on a stroll around the Singapore River and tell you inspiring stories of a resilient nation that fought against all odds. Some of the many interesting spots in the Civic District area include the Merlion Park, the historically-significant Padang and the neoclassical Victoria Theatre.

 

Singapore Private Food and Culture Tour in Chinatown

Singapore Private Food and Culture Tour in Chinatown

More InfoA 5-hour food & cultural tour that allows you to immerse yourself into the 4 major ethnic groups in Singapore through food, culture, arts and heritage.

More than just a melting pot of cultures, Singapore offers a unique blend of experiences and food that are shaped by its multi-cultural community. Let us bring you on a sense-awakening journey into Singapore's main ethnic quarters as well as the authentic local neighbourhoods of Bugis & Orchard. Immerse in the local culture, taste delicious food delights, be wowed by the thriving arts scene and learn more about our unique heritage! A not to be missed for cultural aficionados!

 

Chinatown and Little India Photo Walk

Chinatown and Little India Photo Walk

More InfoDiscover Singapore and experience a photo walk off the beaten path through Chinatown and Little India. Learn how to create beautiful photographs of the hidden gems in Singapore’s Chinatown, Little India and more. Go off the beaten path into the little known parts of Singapore and dive into the city streets of Chinatown and Little India for those fantastic photos that capture the heart and soul of Singapore's mix of modern and old world charm. Make your day trip fun, full of new discoveries, and stress free and easy, all while learning about how to use your camera. End your walk with a 45-minute Singapore river cruise.

 

Small-Group Food Tour With Hawker Center: Eat Like A Local

Small-Group Food Tour With Hawker Center: Eat Like A Local

More InfoEat like a local on a food tour.

Culturally immersive experience.

Small group with a maximum of 8 people.

An in-depth exploration of Singapore's history and culture through food. Sightseeing and food tastings in Kampong Glam, Little India, Katong and Old Airport Road Hawker Centre. Included are 10+ foodie tastings in 5.5 hours.

Throughout the tour, you will discover the histories and stories behind the foods that you eat, as well as the restaurants and neighbourhoods that you eat them in. This tour will give you a solid understanding of what it means to ‘eat like a local’ and how Singapore’s iconic dishes became embedded into Singapore’s culture.

Foodie tastings: Kaya Toast or Curry Puff and Kopi, Bak Chang, Kuehs and Laksa in Katong. One or two distinctly Singaporean dishes from a choice of Hokkien Mee, Rojak, Popiah and Carrot Cake at Old Airport Road Hawker. Teh Tarrik, Beef Rendang or Murtabak in Kampong Glam. Dosa and Indian sweets and / or Masala Milk in Little India.

 

Half Day or Full Day Private Custom Walking Tour of Singapore

Half Day or Full Day Private Custom Walking Tour of Singapore

More InfoFlexible walking tour designed around your interests.

Hotel pick-up. Available day and night. 4 to 8 hours.

Available in English and Chinese.

Combine must-see sights with local neighbourhoods and hidden gems. See the best of Singapore on foot with content customised around your interests. If you have not been to Singapore before and have no preferences we will give you a comprehensive city tour.

We cover the following topics on every tour, how much detail we go into depends on how interested you are in each topic: Colonial History, WW2 History, Politics, Current Affairs, The Day To Day Life Of The Average Singaporean, Housing, Religion, Education, Food, Architecture, Language.

Popular locations to include in your tour: Chinatown, Kampong Glam, Arab Street, Little India, Marina Bay, Civic District, Tiong Barhu, Sentosa, Gardens By The Bay, Hawker Centre, Singapore River Cruise, Crazy Rich Asians locations, Traditional Chinese Tea Ceremony, Souvineer Markets, Raffles Hotel.

 

Private Singapore Airport Layover Walking Tour

Private Singapore Airport Layover Walking Tour

More InfoRide a bumboat down the Singapore River, explore the spice and gold markets of Little India, enjoy an authentic Dim Sum brunch with the locals, or maybe have a Singapore Sling at the Raffles Hotel. It sure beats sitting in the airport doesn’t it! 

This customisable 4 or 6-hour walking tour allows you to make the most of your airport layover by exploring Singapore with a private guide. Your guide will meet you at the airport and whisk you into the city in just 30 minutes by car transfer (included). Simply indicate your interests and then enjoy an itinerary specific to you, from history and culture to food, markets, local neighborhoods and must see sights. 

This is a private tour - no one else will join your tour. Transport costs included.

 

6 or 8 Hour Private Shore Excursion of Singapore by walk

6 or 8 Hour Private Shore Excursion of Singapore by walk

More InfoCombine must see sights with history, culture, local foodie delights and hidden gems. A 6 or 8-hour private customised walking shore excursion with a special itinerary designed just for you. Your personal private guide will meet you at the cruise ship terminal and take you to explore Singapore for the day. Your guide will ensure that you see the things that will interest you the most and at a pace that suits you. No one else will join your tour.

This is an immersive walking tour using the MRT and bus. Transport costs included.

 

Bicycle Rental

Bicycle Rental

More InfoOne rental price for all types of bicycles. Rental includes map, suggested routes and bicycle locks for you to visit places.

 

City Bike Tour: Adventures In The City

City Bike Tour: Adventures In The City

More InfoThe only bike tour that starts and ends in the city, conveniently located in the heart of the city with major hotels in walking distance. Strategically located along the Singapore River to provide one of a kind tour with story line that starts from the beginning of Singapore to the present.

Dive into the heart of Singapore and experience the diverse cultures and landmarks of our various ethnicity groups. Explore historical landmarks like Raffles landing site, Merlion, Thian Hock Keng Chinese Temple and Kampong Glam just to name a few. Learn about the history and culture of Singapore from our professional licensed Tour Guides and even have a taste of local delights along the way. The fun doesn’t just end there, we'll even make stops along the way to take those ever so important Instagrammable pictures just like the pros.

 

Scenic Bike Tour: Enchantment Of Marina Bay

Scenic Bike Tour: Enchantment Of Marina Bay

More InfoThis scenic bike tour is perfect for family with all ages. Entire tour route on foot and cycling path. Located in the heart of the city with all major hotels within walking distance, strategically located along the Singapore River. One of a kind bike tour that comes with a story telling, starting from the beginning of modern Singapore to the present.

Get ready to be mesmerised and in awe by Singapore’s most beautiful and scenic landscapes. Ride through the busy city area from Raffles Landing Site to the Singapore Flyer, to the world’s most renowned Singapore Grand Prix F1 pit and down to the World’s Largest dome structure which is our National Stadium and before you know it, you are out of the hustle and bustle of the city, straight into Serenity which is Gardens by the Bay East. Enjoy awesome views of the city skyline along the River and fret not we’ll also make strategic stops to take those awesome Instagrammable pictures of the breath-taking views along the way.

 

Singapore River Cycling

Singapore River Cycling

More InfoWe’ve brought our adrenaline-pumping cycling programme out of Pulau Ubin and into Singapore’s beautiful Marina Bay district. Rediscover why Singapore is dubbed the “Garden City” and appreciate the city skyline that reflects off the water we’re surrounded by. The journey will take you through Singapore’s architecture and progressive culture forged by tradition, colonialism and modernity.

The expedition will start at the vicinity ofRed Dot Design Museum – right in the heart of the business district – and end at the same location. We encourage guests to be early to ensure that they do not miss the perfect time to cycle around the ever-busy business centre.

 

Marina Bay Night Bicycle Tour

Marina Bay Night Bicycle Tour

More InfoIf you think the Marina Bay is beautiful by day, wait till the sun sets! Get ready to be awed on our Marina Bay Night Tour! From the Let’s Go shop, get on your bikes (with safety lights of course) and follow your local guide as he navigates the riverfront promenade.

 

Trails Of Tan Ah Huat Bicycle Tour

Trails Of Tan Ah Huat Bicycle Tour

More InfoThe tour is curated along the line of a crafted story of Tan Ah Huat; his entrepreneur life, his friends, his passion, and his love. As we cycle through the Trail of Tan Ah Huat, visitors will get to understand the contrasts of the modern Singapore versus the scenes back in 1920s with the aid of multimedia slideshows and crafted story telling narrated by our guides. Visitors will get to learn about the cultures and glimpse of history behind characters like Muhamad Zulfri(Malay Fisherman), Mr Singh(Doorman), Lim Mei Hua as the story unfolds.

 

Historical Singapore Bike Tour

Historical Singapore Bike Tour

More InfoWhy go on a bike tour with Let's Go?

1) We own a fleet of well maintained FULL SIZE (26" Wheels) Bikes!

2) We are a licensed Travel Agency by the Singapore Tourism Board. We have insurance cover and use only licensed guides! Our tours have been curated as 'Passion Tours' by the Tourism Board; the best in Singapore!

Discover the REAL Singapore on our Historical Singapore route. Visit a residential town, eat like a Singaporean; sample local snacks and drinks at a ‘coffeeshop’.

We meander alongside the Singapore River – where trade brought life to the sleepy village town in the 1800s. See historically important landmarks, such as a 100-year old fire station, museums, and places of worship.

Learn how the 2nd World War affected Singapore and see monuments in honour of the many who suffered.

Fast forward to the present and be awed by the ultra modern business district. Be right in the action as we cycle right along part of the Formula 1 route (sorry the bikes can’t go 300km/h though).

 

Marina Bay Night Cycling Tour

Marina Bay Night Cycling Tour

More InfoIf you think the Marina Bay is beautiful by day, wait till the sun sets! Get ready to be awed on our Marina Bay Night Tour!

We cycle towards the Singapore Flyer and the F1 Pit Building. If we’re lucky, we’ll catch a live music performance just outside the Esplanade. Don’t forget to ask your guide about the floating football pitch too!

After the adrenalin rush, we’ll find peace and tranquillity at the Gardens by the Bay. Let the SuperTrees tower over you and learn how the Marina Barrage keeps floods at bay. We’ll ride along the Kallang River towards the iconic National Stadium. Along the way you will see tranquil scenery and some of the costliest waterfront homes in Singapore.

As we take a leisurely ride back to the Let’s Go shop, we’ll ride to part of the business district where trade first started in Singapore over 200 years ago. Marvel at the lovingly-conserved shop houses that is Boat Quay and maybe join in the revelry taking place after your tour!

 

Singapore Bike and Bites Food Tour

Singapore Bike and Bites Food Tour

More InfoThis is a hybrid Food & Bike tour. Suitable for Foodies & Outdoor lovers alike. We will cover food highlights at 3 different ethnic precincts (Chinese, Malay & Indian) of Singapore. You will be cycling on our well maintained BIG Wheel Bikes (26" Wheels) so you can be sure of easy & smooth cycling.

Our friendly guides will take you through a food adventure and share with you about the history and culture behind the ethnic food.

• Cycling Distance: Approximately 15 km with several stops.
• Subject to change depending on events, weather, road condition, etc.

Destinations
• Chinatown
• Kampong Glam (Muslim Village)
• Little India
• And everywhere in between!

Culinary Highlights
• Chinese food – Traditional Soy Sauce Chicken
• Malay food – Gado Gado
• Indian food – Prata, Thosai, etc.
• Note: Food may be substituted with a similar item in certain situations (e.g. stall is closed)

 

Virtual Room - 45-min Immersive Time Travel Adventure for 2+ Players

Virtual Room - 45-min Immersive Time Travel Adventure for 2+ Players

More InfoThe future of entertainment is now here with Virtual Room – the world’s best team-based VR experience located in Chinatown.

Blending the escape room concept with a full 3D cinematic experience to deliver a unique, immersive & mind-blowing adventure lasting ~40-50 minutes.

Played in groups of 2, 3 or 4 players, each player has their own room - you join up in the virtual world where you can talk to each other, walk around, bend, throw objects and collaborate to solve the mission.

Your mission is to save the world and your team of 2-4 players will travel back into historical times such as ancient Egypt and the moon landing to solve puzzles and challenges.

Guaranteed no motion sickness unlike inferior VR experiences.

It’s unlike anything you’ve ever experienced before - immersion, freedom, adrenaline, the ultimate thrill!

Fun for all ages (no gore or horror) - friends, families (ages 10+), birthday parties, kids’ parties, hens/stag nights, school groups & corporate team building.

 

Lion City Bike Tour of Singapore

Lion City Bike Tour of Singapore

More InfoJoin this relaxing historical & sightseeing bike tour(Licensed). Riding through our beautiful city you are able to interact with your surroundings much more on bike. We take you beyond the usual tourist spots that bus and walking tours usually miss. And discover Singapore's charming back streets and historical landmark with this Singapore City Tour on a bike. As well as many untold stories that make our city so special. You’ll be taken through the most beautiful and interesting aspects of this city and learn about its rich history as well as how it become the most racial harmonious country in the world. We will show you all the fun places in town and not to forget you will also have lots of fantastic photo opportunities. This bike tour will cover everything in the city. We feel certain you will leave with stories and photos that even the Locals do not know about. If the Date is unavailable, we have City Bike and Bite Tour as another option. do contact us if you have any other concerns.

 

Pulau Ubin Bike Tour

Pulau Ubin Bike Tour

More InfoLooking for some adventurous and educational things to do in Singapore? Join this 4-5 hour bike tour, to explore our well preserved tropical rainforest on Pulau Ubin island. Pulau Ubin is an island off north-east of Singapore. This island was home to Singapore’s last village in the 60s. As well as one of Singapore's richest ecosystems, "Chek Jawa Wetlands". Our knowledgeable local tour guide will safely lead you riding around the island. Cycling past rural sights like fruit farms, mangroves and native wild animals. Stopping at various sites explaining and showing you the importance and impact of ecosystems to our planet Earth. It is definitely a great tour for nature lovers and family. So what are you waiting for? Book this bike tour now. We can't wait to show you around^^.

 

Singapore Live Video Bike Tour

Singapore Live Video Bike Tour

More InfoEven if you can’t make it to Singapore, don’t let that hold you back from a fun-filled adventure. This 1 hour 15 min Singapore Live Video Bike Tour is tailor for those looking to explore the city on your comfortable sofa. Unlike virtual tours, Your locally-born tour guide will be Cycling around town with a Live Video Camera. Taking you to historical sites and different ethics quarters. All while sharing with you about the city’s histories and how it became the most racial harmonious country in the world. This online experience allows you to ask your tour guide questions along the way. It a fun, interactive way to spend your time at home. And it is easy to access by using Zoom Meeting application.

 

Small-Group Singapore Highlights Bike Tour

Small-Group Singapore Highlights Bike Tour

More InfoHop aboard two wheels and take in all the iconic sites of Singapore on this ultimate intro to the city! Pedal through the city’s oldest neighbourhood, biggest cultural hub, and along the famed Marina Bay as you zip in and out of Singapore’s nooks and crannies.

 

Total Singapore Tour - Full Day Biking, Walking and Food Tour

Total Singapore Tour - Full Day Biking, Walking and Food Tour

More InfoHop aboard two wheels to take in the iconic sites of Singapore on this ultimate intro to the city! Pedal through the city’s oldest district, biggest cultural hub, and along the famed Marina Bay as you zip in and out of Singapore’s nooks and crannies. Then weave through Chinatown to leave no stone, rice cake, or poh piah unturned. You’ll refuel from all that pedaling with tasty bites as you learn about one of the most unique neighbourhoods in Singapore.

 

Singapore: Private Little India Walking Tour

Singapore: Private Little India Walking Tour

More InfoGet a thrilling crash course in the sites, sounds and smells of vibrant Little India, one of Singapore’s most colourful and exciting neighborhoods, on this private half-day tour. Discover the fascinating history of Indians in the city, taste the best of their mouth-watering cuisine, visit a truly beautiful Hindu temple and get a local’s lowdown on the best things to see and do here. This mystical, multi-sensory experience is not to be missed!

 

Singapore Hawker Center Food Tour in Chinatown

Singapore Hawker Center Food Tour in Chinatown

More InfoUnwrap the rich culinary secrets of Singapore’s Chinatown on this 3.5-hour walking tour of its hawker centers and streets. With a guide to showcase Singapore’s most authentic treats, browse the Chinatown Complex to try Singaporean chicken rice, ‘poh piah’ (fresh spring rolls) and other goodies, complemented by delectable sugar cane juice. Sip on ‘pulled’ tea and discover Chinatown’s melting pot of culinary and cultural influences as you explore this endlessly diverse district. Numbers are limited to 12 people to ensure personalized attention from your guide.

 

Singapore Pub Crawl

Singapore Pub Crawl

More InfoSingapore Pub Crawl:

Experience the best of Singapore's nightlife in a fun and sociable environment and save a ton of money while at it. Book Singapore's most famous pub crawl and party like never before. Party at busy and bustling bars and nightclubs right in the center of Singapore’s nightlife! If you are new to Singapore, just visiting or live here and want a cheaper way of hitting the town then look no further.

 

Bikes & Bites

Bikes & Bites

More InfoEvery route is carefully curated by a professional, certified and licensed tour guide by Singapore Tourism Board.

There is no better way to see what Singapore has to offer by joining our bike tour to get a heads up on the city’s highlights.

In this journey, you will understand how the British colonial government shaped the landscape of this little red dot and how it impacted the city landscape of modern Singapore.

We will also take you to the art belt of Singapore, visit the Chinese, Indian and Malay precincts in Singapore and Singapore River to learn and understand the culture of different races.

One by one, we will share with you the stories of this beautiful city.  

 

Singapore Evening Cycling Tour

Singapore Evening Cycling Tour

More InfoThe tour guide will bring you to the best places to take photos and share the development & history of Singapore.

 

Bugis Mobile Self-Guided Walking Tour (Singapore)

Bugis Mobile Self-Guided Walking Tour (Singapore)

More InfoThis mobile self-guided walking tour allows you to explore Chinatown on your own and like a local! With the guidance of the Locomole App, you'd spend a day exploring the recommended points of interests, discover things to do and foods to eat.
- Navigate your way easily with the Augmented Reality Way-finding feature
- Uncover stories at each attraction
- Get a list of suggested things to do
- Save more as you'd get a complimentary $200 worth of discount coupons!
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Please note:
1. Instructions to access your tour on the Locomole App will be sent to you via email upon purchase.
2. You can start the tour on your own preferred dates and time.
3. You can start and end anywhere you want, or follow the app's suggested route for the places of interest.
4. WE DO NOT PROVIDE TOUR GUIDES TO MEET TRAVELLERS.
5. Internet connection is required to download the app to run all app functionalities smoothly.

 

Chinatown Mobile Self-guided Walking Tour (Singapore)

Chinatown Mobile Self-guided Walking Tour (Singapore)

More InfoThis mobile self-guided walking tour allows you to explore Chinatown on your own and like a local! With the guidance of the Locomole App, you'd spend a day exploring the recommended points of interests, discover things to do and foods to eat.
- Navigate your way easily with the Augmented Reality Way-finding feature
- Uncover stories at each attraction
- Get a list of suggested things to do
- Save more as you'd get a complimentary $200 worth of discount coupons!
*****************************************************************************************Please note:
1. Instructions to access your tour on the Locomole App will be sent to you via email upon purchase.
2. You can start the tour on your own preferred dates and time.
3. You can start and end anywhere you want, or follow the app's suggested route for the places of interest.
4. WE DO NOT PROVIDE TOUR GUIDES TO MEET TRAVELLERS.
5. Internet connection is required to download the app to run all app functionalities smoothly.

 

Singapore -Universal Studios Singapore Admission Ticket

Singapore -Universal Studios Singapore Admission Ticket

More InfoFollowing pick-up from your hotel in Singapore (If option is selected), embark on a journey to Night Safari Singapore. See a myriad of nocturnal animals, from fierce predators to timid forest dwellers, in their natural habitat under subtle moonglow lighting.

Roam the jungle in the complete safety and comfort of a Tram, which takes you through the East and West Loop. Pass by a large reservoir and weave through selected habitats designed specifically to replicate the natural environment from the Himalayan Foothills to the Southeast Asian Rainforest and Indian Subcontinent.

Let the guide take you on a walking trail to view some animals at close quarters. There will also be an opportunity to catch either the Thumbuakar performance of fire-eating skills or choose to add on a buffet dinner of local favourites and international cuisine at Ulu Ulu Safari Restaurant. Your night safari journey ends with transfer back to your hotel (If option is selected),

 

Paddle to Pedal Adventure

Paddle to Pedal Adventure

More InfoSee the highlights of Pulau Ubin for incredible kayaking and cycling experience on the nature Round Ketam Island, Cycling tour of Puaka Hill, and get up close and personal with the wide variety of animals sightings and unique sea wildlife. Explore the landscape of Pulau Ubin on this exciting one day package.

 

Ubin Bike Trail Adventure

Ubin Bike Trail Adventure

More Info-During the eco-friendly discovery, you’ll cycle around the island and be on the lookout for native wildlife such as the wild boars, monkeys and water monitors.
-A Knowledgeable cycling leader will lead you past rural sights like fruit farms, mangroves and beaches around the island, where Singapore’s only authentic ‘kampung,’ (village) still remain.
-Discover the way of life at Ubin when you interact with friendly local villagers along the way. The experience is as enriching as you allow it to be – we ask that you come with an open mind and heart. Fall in love with this place as we have!

 

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