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 Hawker Center Food Tour and Neighborhood Walk with Hotel Transfer

Singapore Hawker Center Food Tour and Neighborhood Walk with Hotel Transfer

More InfoImmerse yourself in the vibrant Singapore hawker center cuisines while exploring the surrounding neighborhood. Singapore Foodsters conducts private and personalized local food tasting tours that expose you to an in-depth culinary experience of Singapore street food at one of our many neighborhood hawker centers. At the same time, we will also take a walking tour around the neighborhood to soak in the atmosphere of everyday life of the locals. You will get to explore our favorite neighborhoods and learn more about the history and culture of Singapore’s food and everyday life.  We will also introduce you to deserving dishes that have escaped the attention of food writers and mainstream media. At the end of your food expedition with us, we hope that you would have a much better understanding about this exciting and tantalizing culture of Singapore.

 

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!

 

Full-Day Bike and Food Tour of Singapore

Full-Day Bike and Food Tour of Singapore

More InfoThis full-day bike and food walking tour of Singapore was created for the adventurous traveler who is short on time but still wants to see it all. Ride to the sights and take some photos while you learn about Singapore’s past and present in the morning portion. Then, after a break, set off with your guide on foot and spend the afternoon feasting on local cuisine.

 

Little India Walking Tour

Little India Walking Tour

More InfoThis half-day tour takes you into the inner sanctum of the Indian culture in Singapore. Whilst Singapore is a modern cosmopolitan city it very much holds on to its diversity with little pockets of strong cultural areas. Little India is one of these areas. 

Our tours take you to experience the rich Hindu religion with a visit to the  Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple. See the colorful ceremonies and understand what is all means to be a Hindu. Visit the streets with interesting names and smell the fragrant flower garlands along the road sides. Sample some of the most delectable south indian cuisines such as the thosai, Vadai and Roti Prata at a nearby restaurant and have all your curiosity about this ancient race be answered by your local experts.

Keep an open mind and dive into this wonderful multi-sensory and mystical cultural enclave known to the locals as little India.

 

Half-Day Best of Singapore Cycling Tour

Half-Day Best of Singapore Cycling Tour

More InfoThis 3-hour cycling adventure introduces Singapore's past and present on a comfortable bike route through the city. Your bicycling guide introduces the history and culture of Singapore while you pedal alongside the Singapore River to Chinatown, the Central Business District, and Marina Bay Sands, where you can watch the water and light show (evening tour only).

 

Half-Day Pulau Ubin Bike Tour from Singapore

Half-Day Pulau Ubin Bike Tour from Singapore

More InfoThis bicycling tour of Pulau Ubin includes a round-trip ferry from Singapore. Choose a morning or afternoon adventure and cycle with a guide around Bukit Pakau and the Chek Jawa Nature Reserve. You'll get a glimpse into what Singapore was like decades ago during a ride through what is considered the last 'kampong' (village) in Singapore.

 

Singapore's Little India Walking Tour

Singapore's Little India Walking Tour

More Info Get a taste of Indian life on a walking tour through Singapore’s Little India. As you visit booths selling spices, snacks and saris and visit Hindu temples, you’ll experience the excitement and cultural richness of one of Singapore’s favorite districts. Delight your senses on this exciting urban adventure!

 

Singapore's Chinatown Morning Walking Tour

Singapore's Chinatown Morning Walking Tour

More InfoSoak in the sights, sounds and smells of Singapore’s Chinatown! On the Chinatown Morning Walking Tour, you’ll enjoy the aroma of Chinese tea, ginseng and herbal eggs as you admire the neighborhood’s architecture. Stroll through the Chinatown herbal market, and trace the history of Chinese immigrants to Singapore. Your English-speaking guide will lead you through this colorful district.

 

Kampong Glam and Sultan Mosque Morning Walking Tour

Kampong Glam and Sultan Mosque Morning Walking Tour

More InfoOn this award winning tour, visit the ancient burial grounds where the forgotten Tombs of the Malayan Princes rest. Highlights on this walk include the Sultan Mosque, an antique store, understanding traditional Indonesian medicine and Arabic goods, the Old Royal Palace and Tombs.

 

Singapore's Colonial District Walking Tour

Singapore's Colonial District Walking Tour

More Info Go 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!

 

Katong Morning Food Experience

Katong Morning Food Experience

More InfoCome and experience the sights, smells, sounds, and tastes of Singapore's original heritage district.

Enjoy your 3-hour walking and eating tour which takes you off the beaten path to some favorite local eating spots. Try the original Katong Laksa, watch your roti prate being made in front of you, and feast on local Peranakan delights while learning about the unique history of the area.

Our Katong morning tours are among our most popular so book early to guarantee your spot.

 

Small Group Walking Tour: Singapore Up Close

Small Group Walking Tour: Singapore Up Close

More InfoIf you'd like a glimpse into the real Singapore - what Singaporeans affectionately refer to as our 'heartlands' - this is the trail for you.

Singaporeans enjoy one of the highest home ownership rates in the world - a far cry from the 1960s when, as a newly independent country, we struggled with a severe housing shortage. How did we turn things around? Find out on this tour!  

Today, 8 in 10 Singaporeans live in public housing. To understand the real Singapore, a visit to a public housing estate will prove enlightening and informative.

Join us on this walking tour of the very first satellite town established by the HDB, Toa Payoh.

 

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 charming and laid-back neighbourhood 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 catering to the Malay and Muslim community, alongside new cafes and lifestyle shops.

 

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.

Dating back to the early 1820s, this is where the early Chinese immigrants set up their businesses, homes, places of worship and clan associations. The Chinatown of today is a lively mix of the old and new - traditional businesses and markets sit side-by-side with modern cafes and shops.

While Chinatown remains a vibrant showcase of Singapore Chinese culture, one of its most unique features is its multiculturalism – it is here that you will find a Taoist temple, a Hindu temple, 2 mosques, a Buddhist temple and a Methodist church all within walking distance of each other.

 

Treasures of Kampong Glam: The Insider's Tour

Treasures of Kampong Glam: The Insider's Tour

More InfoSee how heritage goes chic in this evening stroll through the eclectic streets of Kampong Glam. One of Singapore’s most charming precincts, Kampong Glam embodies the perfect blend of history, cultural fusion and trendy boutiques. Visit old gems - businesses that have been running for generations - and uncover new treasures in the entrepreneurs that reinterpret heritage and art. Lastly, end off the tour at one of Singapore’s hippest streets, Haji Lane. Grab a trinket, a kebab, a beer or even a tattoo!

 

Tiong Bahru Public Housing Estate in Singapore

Tiong Bahru Public Housing Estate in Singapore

More InfoExplore the Tiong Bahru, one of Singapore’s oldest public housing estates, built by the British colonial government in the 1920s. Learn how Tiong Bahru has creatively evolved into a unique neighborhood that balances heritage and swanky hipster hangouts while your guide shows you the highlights, such as the Nostalgia Hotel.

 

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.

 

Private Feng Shui Heritage Tour in Singapore

Private Feng Shui Heritage Tour in Singapore

More InfoDiscover how the ancient practice of Feng Shui is still very much alive in cosmopolitan Singapore! Join us as we explore the Feng Shui beliefs behind a Hakka cemetery, old Teochew cemetery hill now better known as Orchard Road, a monastery and even the iconic Marina Bay Sands.

 

Singapore's Chinatown Food Tour

Singapore's Chinatown Food Tour

More Info Discover the diverse flavors and cuisines of Singapore’s Chinatown on this morning food tour. Walk to the Chinatown Complex Food Center and dip into a selection of its 260 food stalls to sample some of the typical breakfast goodies enjoyed by Singaporeans every morning. Try everything from sweet rice cakes to Singaporean-style coffee. Walk through Chinatown and learn about the history of the Chinese community in Singapore from your guide.

 

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 sinking your teeth into a detectable 3-course hawker fare, at where else but in our favorite Chinatown food centre. You can't get any more local than this!

 

Singapore Local Flavours Walking Tour

Singapore Local Flavours Walking Tour

More InfoDiscover the diversity of Singapore with a journey into two very different, yet equally colourful ethnic enclaves not far from city centre. Set off to discover the charms and icons of Singapore's bustling Chinatown district and vivid Little India in an illuminating journey by foot.

 

Singapore Taste of Chinatown Evening Walking Tour

Singapore Taste of Chinatown Evening Walking Tour

More InfoTaste the flavours and experience the culture of Chinatown on this walking tour through Singapore’s bustling historic neighborhood.

 

Singapore Historical Walking Tour with River Cruise

Singapore Historical Walking Tour with River Cruise

More InfoEmbark on a guided walking tour and revive Singapore’s colonial past with visits to museums, a fire station, century-old buildings, and historical landmarks. Cruise down the Singapore River on an iconic bumboat and this 2.5-hour tour is a great way to see Singapore for anyone with limited time.

 

Chinatown Walking Tour - Wet Market - Buddha Tooth Relic Temple - Chinese Biscuit Sampling

Chinatown Walking Tour - Wet Market - Buddha Tooth Relic Temple - Chinese Biscuit Sampling

More InfoHidden secrets lie beneath this ethnic precinct where early migrants resided, and there is no better way to uncover these gems than to join our expert local guide in this 2-hour guided walking tour. Enjoy Chinatown like a local, for the Chinese – Singapore’s largest ethnic group –  still shop, dine and celebrate festivities here. 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

 

Little India Walking Tour - Wet Market - 5-foot-way - Indian Pastry Sampling

Little India Walking Tour - Wet Market - 5-foot-way - Indian Pastry Sampling

More InfoSavour the magic of Little India through this 2-hour walking tour. Follow your expert local guide into the narrow streets between the pre-war shophouses and browse along the five-foot-ways where vendors peddle spices, gold, flower garlands, and saris. Explore the wet market and visit booths selling fresh fruits and veggies, spices and fresh meats. Sample some local Indian pastries and visit the popular Sri Veeramakalimamman temple to experience the rich culture of the Indian community in Singapore.  Amuse your senses on this exciting urban adventure!

 

Private 4-Hour Singapore Night Cycling Tour: Night Cycle and Chill

Private 4-Hour Singapore Night Cycling Tour: Night Cycle and Chill

More InfoExplore Singapore’s night scenery with our 4-hour leisure night cycling trail. Learn about Singapore iconic landmarks while riding along the city lighted skyscapers and Singapore River. Sample popular street food in a local supper place at midpoint of the cycling tour. Every tour is unique as there will be seasonal elements within our cycling route which thus makes you feel special to be in the tour! Of course, there are many photo opportunities as the tour covers the entire Marina Bay waterfront on wheels.  This is an experience about Singapore night scenery and finding out more about Singapore in a different way. Make your night in Singapore complete with knowledge, performance and food! All cycling enthusiasts should sign up now! Round-trip hotel transport included.

 

Singapore Bike Adventure around Pulau Ubin

Singapore Bike Adventure around Pulau Ubin

More InfoEscape the hustle and bustle of Singapore and enjoy this 4-hour bike ride through scenic Pulau Ubin. Cycle deep into the island to see natural wildlife including Malayan water monitors, wild boars and monkeys. Your experienced guide will lead you on an exploration of the island’s fruit plantations, tranquil beaches, flourishing mangroves, old villages and more! This easy to moderate bike ride requires mere basic riding skills and is sure to whet your appetite for adventure.

 

Historical Singapore Bike Tour

Historical Singapore Bike Tour

More InfoBest way to get to know Singapore? On a bicycle! 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. Understand the melting pot of people from all over the world living here. 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!

 

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.

 

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.

 

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