Singapore Sightseeing Tours
From the world-famous Singapore Zoo and Night Safari to Sentosa and shopping festivals, Singapore is a vibrant holiday destination for the whole family.
Singapore City Tour
Explore the garden city by being driven round the Civic District, passing by the Padang, Criket Club, historic Parliament House, Supreme Court and City Hall.
You will stop at the Merlion Park to enjoy the impressive views of Marina Bay. Do not miss out this picture-taking opportunity with the Merlion, a mythological creature that is half-lion and half-fish.
You will also be visiting the Thian Hock Keng Temple, one of Singapore's oldest Buddist-Taoist temples, before passing by Chinatown. You may stop by a local Handicraft Centre and observe craftsmen at work close up.
Next, you will proceed to the National Orchid Garden located within the Singapore Botanical Gardens, which boasts a sprawling display of up to 60,000 orchid plants.
The final stop is at Little India, which will entice you with its scent of joss sticks, jasmine and spices.
Singapore Round Island Tour
Gain an interesting insight into Chinese mythology characters, legends and folklore at the Haw Par Villa.
Then, continue your journey northwards to the Kranji War Memorial. Unveiled in 1957, the memorial commemorates over 20,000 men and women who gave their lives for freedom in World War II.
Lunch at a local restaurant before proceeding to Bright Hill Template, a famous Chinese ancestral place of worship. You will pass by the Johore Battery and view a replicated 15-inch 'Monster Gun', the largest to be installed outside Britain during World war II.
Our final stop is the Changi Chapel & Museum. This museum focuses on the memories and lives of both POWs and civilian internees who survived the Japanese Occupation while the Changi Chapel is a symbolic replica of the original chapel found in the Changi Prison.
Singapore East Coast & Changi Tour
Soak in the rich cultral heritage of the Malays at the Malay Ethnic Area.
Allow us to recount stories of collective spirites that rose through the darkest times of World War II as you proceed with your tour of Changi Chapel & Museum.
You will be driven pass the rustic and laid-back Changi Village, which gives you a chance to see the relaxing side of Singapore and provides a contrast to your final stop at Tampines New Town, a typical heartland township of present day Singapore.
From Flyer mementos to watches and shawls, the Singapore Flyer retail shops promise a spread of merchandise to put the finishing touches to your Singapore Flyer experience.
The Singapore Zoo (Former Singapore Zoological Gardens) is acclaimed as one of the world's most spectacular zoos. The use of natural barriers like streams, rock walls and vegetation to separate animals from visitors enhances the "open" zoo concept. Spreading over 28 hectares, it is home to over 3,600 mammals, birds and reptiles, including rare and endangered species. The Zoo's orang utan breeding programme has created a large community of these gentle, endangered species.
Set in a rainforest environment, Singapore Zoo’s world famous ‘open concept’ offers the opportunity to experience and be inspired by the wonders of nature. Animals here live in spacious and landscaped environments simulating that of their natural habitat.
Most animals are nocturnal. At dusk they begin to stir for the hunt. At the Night Safari these activities are captured to best effect using subtle lighting which permits us to watch unclose whilst not disturbing the animals.
The Night Safari houses over 1200 animals from 110 exotic species. tiger, striped hyena, golden jackal, cape buffalo, blue sheep and the rare greater one horned rhinoceros are but some of the animals you will see. The Night Safari covers an area of 40 hectares of secondary jungle with the Seletar Reservoir providing a beautiful backdrop.
Your tram ride takes you through the East and West Loop passing by a large reservoir and weaving through selected habitats designed specially to replicate the natural environment from the Himalayan Foothills to the Southeast Asian Rainforest and Indian Subcontinent. On completion of the tram ride, your tour guide will lead you on a walking trail where you will be able to view the animals at closer quarters.
Jurong Bird Park
In the west side of Singapore lies the 20.2 hectare open-concept Jurong Bird Park. Known to be the largest in the Asia Pacific and the best in the world, it houses a collection of more than 9,000 birds from 600 species.
The Park has mainly four aviaries, among which is the world’s largest walk-in aviary with the tallest man-made waterfall for visitors to enjoy a close-up view of free-flying birds from Africa and South America. The BirdPark’s exhibits and aviaries are specially designed to closely resemble the natural habitats of the birds. There are also open spaces landscaped with exotic flowering plants such as heliconias to enhance the beauty of the BirdPark.
One of the best attraction is the Bird and Buddies Show (All-star-bird show) an acclaimed class act featuring the finest, which includes the cockatoos, macaws, flamingos, pelican, hornbills and many other talented birds. This family entertainment is at its best and it is a must-catch at the Jurong Birpark!
Singapore Duck Tours
SPLASH into history on this fun and fully-narrated 60-minute adventure through the city, harbour and sea at the southern tip of Singapore!
As you twist and turn on the authentic Vietnam warcraft, learn about places of interest to visit and many little known facts about the city that is nicknamed “Syonan-to” (“Light of the South Island” in Japanese) in WWЏ during Japanese Occupation. Then, hold onto your tail feathers as we DRIVE into the waters of Marina Bay to view the Merlion, Clifford Pier and the upcoming Singapore Integrated Resort.
The amphibious tour on both land and sea promises you undeniably a unique experience!
Ride on a bumboat along Singapore River and re-live the experience of the immigrants who eked out meagre living transporting goods from ships to the banks of the river. Flanking the river are the historical, the trendy and the popular: Boat Quay, Clarke Quay and Robertson Quay.
The old shop houses have been refurbished into modern shops and restaurants with an extensive choice of outdoor dining and nightclub choices. When the sun sets, this is the place to be enjoying the vast entertainment venues along the Singapore River.
Singapore Flyer offers you breathtaking, 360° panoramic views of Singapore. Located at Marina Bay, it sits astride a three-storey Retail Terminal with an exciting array of retail and F&B choices. A central atrium opens out to a lush tropical rainforest, while an open-air theatre hosts live performances. Standing at a stunning 165 metres, you will be able to experience remarkable scenes of the Singapore skyline: the magnificent Marina Bay, towering skyscrapers, tropical greenery, the Straits and the beautiful skies.
Alongside the old shops and stalls and the new and trendy pubs, cafes and art galleries is The Village Theatre where guests can be entertained by the charm of a Chinese Opera performance. Revisit the past at the Chinatown Heritage Centre, or experience it firsthand at Street Markets and Food Street. The year is packed with festivals and events; the most festive being Chinese New Year when the streets will be packed with people, decorations and even an exciting lion dance or two.
Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay
Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay is one of the world's busiest arts centres, officially opened on 12 October 2002. This architectural icon with its distinctive twin shells is situated within Singapore's civic district, just by Marina Bay at the mouth of the Singapore River. Its programme line-up spans all genres to encompass music, dance, theatre and visual arts, with a special emphasis on Asian culture.
Orchard Road attracts more than seven million visitors each year, while thousands of local residents visit the area for leisure and work each day. It is the premier shopping street in Singapore and you can purchase just about everything here. The stunning tree lined boulevard makes it a lovely place to stroll, shop and enjoy the diversity in the city. The Restaurants and dining options range from international fine-dining to local hawker fare and just about everything in between.
Recently redeveloped, the National Museum presents Singapore’s vibrant art and history in a manner that redefines the conventional museum experience. The museum includes a wide range of exhibition space as well as the Public Sculpture Garden, Gallery Theatre and rooms to accommodate varied events.
Sentosa is a premier island resort getaway with something for everyone. Just 15 minutes from the city, it is a unique blend of leisure and recreational facilities including family attractions, beach activities, sea sports and golf. There is something fun and exhilarating for everyone to experience whether you are an adventure-seeker, nature lover, history-buff or beachcomber. A canopy of secondary rainforest covers 70 per cent of the 500-hectare island and is home to monitor lizards, monkeys, peacocks, parrots as well as other native fauna and flora. Sentosa has a 3.2-kilometre stretch of white sand beach, and offers beachfront accommodation with over 670 hotel rooms. Accessed by train, bus, taxi or car, the island is open for 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
A hot favourite, Holland Village draws the crowds like a moth to a flame. Day or night, the restaurants, fast-food outlets and shops offering local fare are packed with people from all walks of life. Specialty stores and the shopping centre are a delight to explore, especially when you discover the great bargains and hidden treasures. Once tired, you can make your way to one of the many coffee places, and take part in one of the favourite past-times at Holland Village – people watching.
Changi Village holds a unique rustic charm that time seems to have forgotten. Its relaxed ambience, seaside landscape and friendly atmosphere encourage peaceful meandering. You may choose to picnic by the sea, browse through the local shops or take a slow and memorable boat ride to the outlying islands just off the coast.