Tour of Singapore
We can look towards brighter futures and better days even if travel is not currently on the table for your Singapore Tour. As we venture further outside of our homes and learn more about the world around us, we may hope, dream, and plan anew. Perhaps we’ll rediscover the many places that have influenced us on our journeys and look forward to the sights we haven’t seen yet. With this post of Singapore’s many features, take a tour of the city and imagine your visit again.
Time appears to halt in our gardens city where sanctuaries, urban escapes, and a calm environment coexist. The sounds of the trees gently rustling, the singing of birdsong and the gentle conditions of the lakes and reservoirs are constant reminders to be attentive to present circumstances. On your next holiday, look forward to strolling beside placid lakes and reservoirs, ascending steep slopes through the verdant vegetation of our mountains and nature sanctuaries, and going to offshore islands.
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Discover the city that never sleeps as you explore Singapore beneath the rays of the sun and starlight. With malls selling amazing goods, atop skyscrapers that soar above colonial structures, and along graffiti-adorned byways flanked by age-old places of worship, new stories, and infinite possibilities await discovery—all accessible from the historic center.
Whether you’re seeking a break from everyday life or to get to the core of a the busy metropolis, Singapore has something for you. From tropical hideaways hidden among lush greenery to cosmopolitan retreats that exude opulence, our world-class luxury hotels will send you to a realm of unrivalled service. Travel broadens our minds and helps us to conceive the globe from a new perspective.
Singapore is the ideal place to enjoy everything life has to offer, whether you’re trekking through the verdant jungle on Pulau Ubin, climbing to the peak of Marina Bay Sands.
Virtual Tour Singapore
The Lion City is home to a plethora of unknown gems, peaceful areas, and gorgeous green spaces where you may take a break, unwind, and get some sunshine to boost your spirits for the day. This article on slow travel in Singapore is for you if you don’t like jam-packed travel plans or simply want to reduce the intensity of your vacation.
While our metropolis in a garden has several activities, you may enjoy them at your own speed. From tranquil nature excursions to urban walks that will have you thinking about history and heritage, our city is ideal for a little bit of meditative discovery. The first step in mindful travel is to remember our own history with restrictions. With memories of recent limitations fresh on our minds, intentional travel with a purpose is one of the most effective methods to discover new vistas while also smelling the flowers. The lovely white beaches and untouched trails of Coney Island make fantastic escapes from the bustle of city life and ideal getaways into peace. You’ll want to devote an entire day to exploring this beautiful island, viewing boardwalks that lead into lush mangrove forests, and viewing unique birds, squirrels, and other animals in their natural habitats while planning your vacation.
The Southern Ridges is a 10-kilometer stretch of green paradise that connects beautiful parks and gardens such as Mount Faber Park, Hort Park, and Labrador Nature Reserve in Singapore’s lush southern area. Take a trip to the countryside and have an adventure—the entire journey will take between three and five hours to complete.
Thomson Nature Park, which opened in October 2019, is one of Singapore’s newest parks. This park has five small trails ranging from 350 meters to 1.5 kilometers, making it ideal for people on the go who want to get outside quickly. This 50-hectare site is much more than a natural haven; it’s also a time machine. The Ruins and Figs walk will have you intrigued by Jalan Belang, an abandoned Hainanese hamlet that dates back to the 1930s. This lush sanctuary is bound to appeal to wildlife fans. Keep an eye for uncommon animals like the spotted tree frog on the Stream and Ferns route, and look for the Raffles Banded Langur in the trees along with other rarities.
Enjoy an art-filled day at the National Gallery Singapore and explore your inner artist. The world’s largest public collection of modern art from Singapore and Southeast Asia is housed in two connected buildings that were previously the Supreme Court and City Hall. The museum is open every day from 10 a.m., closing at 7 p.m. In addition, several new exhibitions and group tours are offered on a regular basis, while adult visitors can participate in drop-in art lessons with their children which will be a fantastic family bonding event.
Drop by the ArtScience Museum and lose yourself in the mysteries of art and future technology. You’ll be able to take your time and spend a whole day investigating this lovely area, which is just across the water from Marina Bay Sands Shopping Centre. The museum’s collections, exhibitions, and programs are all focused on bringing the worlds of science and art together.
The Sultans of Spice Tour will take you on a journey back in time and enthrall you with heartwarming memories from our history. This immersive tour will have you immersed in the history of Kampong Gelam, the Spice Trade Route, and stories about intrepid forays by the British India Company into our area. Visit the craftsman and artisan shops that call this area home, soak in the majesty of Sultan Mosque’s onion-shaped domes with glass bottle ends, explore the tiny alleyways and graffiti-adorned streets of locations like Haji Lane, and learn about market artisans’ and tradesmen’s talents.
Chinatown is a sensory delight, with its lantern-bedecked streets, charming street vendors, and traditional stores. To really absorb the intricacies of this lovely heritage neighborhood, you’ll want to delve further into its lesser-known tales and vibrant history with Red Clogs Down The Five Foot Way. This comprehensive itinerary will teach you all there is to know about Chinese culture, from the intricacies of medicine and culinary traditions to the fascinating variations in ancestor worship and other religious customs. The tour lasts around two and a half hours on average, including a visit to Thian Hock Keng Temple, which is one of Singapore’s oldest Chinese temples.
Duck Tour Singapore
The Original DUCKtours at Suntec City is the Singapore Tourism Award-Winning Attraction. Nothing compares to the Original DUCKtours at Suntec City in Singapore, which has an exceptional 18-year flawless safety record and a million passengers every year. After an hour-long journey that begins with a city tour of the ancient Civic District, you’ll jump in the water and swim like a duck for a picturesque harbor cruise.
For a one-of-a-kind tour of Singapore, climb aboard a restored Vietnam War amphibious vehicle. Depart from Suntec City and begin your land and water adventure with a thundering splash into Marina Bay, where you may take in the sights of Singapore’s thriving metropolis’s skyline and marvel at Singapore’s most famous monument—the Marina Bay Sands, Gardens by the Bay, The Esplanade Theatre, and the towering Merlion.
You’re about to finish your trip down the River of Remarkables, so you might as well enjoy a nightcap in Singapore before heading home. The War Memorial Park, dedicated to those who lost their lives during the Japanese occupation of Burma, is located on one side. On the opposite side are the steps of the Old Supreme Court where the British gave up to the Japanese army during WWII and the Allied Victory Over Japan Monument. For good luck, end the journey with a circular tour of the world’s biggest water fountain at Suntec City, called the Fountain of Wealth.
Duck tour Singapore Price
Individual Ticket Rates
Tickets are priced according to the following age categories:
Adult (Above 13 years old) – S$43
Child (2 – 12 years old) – S$33
Infant (0 – 24 mths) – S$13
* Every passenger, including a ten-year-old boy or a ten-day-old baby, must be counted. We are unable to sell the seat in which the infant would be sitting because our total number of passengers on board must remain within the permitted range.
The DUCKtours ride departs Suntec Tourist Hub hourly from 10 am to 6 pm, Fridays through Mondays. The tour lasts approximately 60 minutes.
Kelong Tour Singapore
It’s time to hit the road and go on an adventure! On this 3-hour Kelong Tour, take in the sights of Singapore’s north-eastern region on our magnificent catamaran. The waters surrounding the North-eastern islands are filled with a distinct type of beauty – seamen fishing, natural beauty, mangrove swamps, and the peaceful existence of islanders who dwell in kelongs. These are experiences that most city people will never have. We’ll also take you to Pulau Ubin (the only inhabited island out of Singapore’s 63 islands), where we’ll explore it from the water. The ecotour will take you to a fascinating island where the habitats all around it are teeming with life! A trip to a kelong restaurant, where you can see life on a floating fish farm, would round off the fantastic boat trip.
Session 1 (Morning Cruise): 8.30am to 11.30am
Session 2 (Afternoon Cruise): 12.15pm to 3.15pm
Session 3 (Dinner & Sunset Cruise)**: 4.00pm to 7.00pm
** Time will be allocated for Dinner. Please choose from 1 of the 3 set menus provided in the confirmation email.
** Dinner meal is at your own cost. It is not included in the tour package.
Meeting Time & Location
– 15 minutes before the start of the Tour.
– SAF Yacht Club / 43 Admiralty Rd W, Singapore 759962
Bus Tour Singapore
Discover Singapore’s sights, landmarks, and attractions on the Big Bus Tour. There are two different Singapore itineraries available: the City Tour (Yellow Line) and the Heritage Tour (Red Line). And Singapore’s Famous Landmarks Raffles Hotel, The Helix Bridge, Little India Singapore, Chinatown Singapore, The Singapore Flyer, Singapore Botanic Gardens, Marina Bay Singapore, and Gardens by the Bay.
- 1 60-min tour on the Yellow ‘City’ Route
- 1 60-min tour on the Red ‘Heritage’ Route
- A pair of earphones for audio commentary
- Languages: English, Chinese, Bahasa, Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese, Russian, French, German, Spanish, Italian, and kid-friendly English
- Time: 11:30-18:30
Bus / Cruise Routes
Yellow ‘City’ Line 11:30-18:30
Frequency: Every 120 minutes
Tour stops and highlights: Marina Bay Sands – Fullerton – Merlion – Clarke Quay – Botanic Gardens – Orchard Road
Red ‘Heritage’ Line 12:30-16:30
Frequency: Every 120 minutes
Tour stops and highlights: Little India – Kampong Glam – Boat Quay – Chinatown – Marina Bay
- Friday-Sunday: 09:00-18:30
- Public holidays: 09:00-18:30
- Your Classic Ticket time booking is only for your Yellow City Line, please contact merchant after booking +65 6338 6877 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to secure your Red Heritage Line timing.
- Present voucher and exchange it for a pass(es) at the Suntec City Mall, DUCK & HiPPO Hub, Unit #01-330
- Ticket counter operating hours: 09:00-18:30
- How To Get There:
- Nearest MRT: Esplanade MRT (CC) Exit A
- Public Bus: 36, 97, 106, 111, 133, 502, 518, and 857. Alight at Bus Stop (02151)
Kayak Tour Singapore
With the help of enthusiastic, pleasant guides who are some of Singapore’s most experienced Ubin inhabitants, you may discover the majesty of Singapore’s untouched seas. Discover the island’s history as you paddle in tandem, enter the mangroves, and spot kingfishers, eagles, hornbills, and herons on your trip. A visit by an otter family or a pink dolphin pod may also be waiting for you! Alternatively, a trek of 8.27 kilometers to the island’s center. The uniqueness of this site is its isolation: it’s not often visited since it’s difficult to get to due to its remoteness, making it a one-of-a-kind opportunity for explorers and daring souls.
- Certified professional instructor
- All necessary equipment
- Insurance provided by the operator
- Mangrove Kayaking
- Participants must be aged 7+ to participate in this activity
- Children aged 7-12 must be accompanied by a paying adult
Free Walking Tour
What is a free tour?
The Free Tour is a walking tour that does not require the use of public transportation and is meant for individuals on their own or in small groups. Free Walking Tour is an excellent and cost-effective way to get to know the city better, learn about its citizens, culture & history, and meet other travelers. Book your place ahead of time online, and show up at the meeting point on the day. At the start of the trip, there is no charge, although you are welcome to give your guide a gratuity at the end.
We have therefore stopped providing free walking tours and have been offering scheduled dates with a booking fee of $30 to $40 per person to keep the tours operational for the past 24 months. COVID-19 has put a limit of 20 people on all trips. As a result, if you are able to secure a spot on one of our walking tours, we demand your prompt attendance. During this trying time, all tour guiding gratuities are greatly appreciated. We are grateful for your support, and we hope that as the tourism sector gradually re-opens, we will be able to resume more free walking tours.
Boat Tour Singapore
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Spend an enjoyable evening sailing around Singapore’s Southern Islands on a 3-hour sunset cruise. If you participate in this Singapore harbor cruise, you will travel with others from different parts of the world. We transport a maximum of 18 passengers on our cruises. Please contact us for a quotation and to confirm availability if you wish for private activity. Every Tuesday and Thursday evening, we depart on pleasure cruises. The ONE 15 Marina Club in Singapore is the departure point for our harbor cruise, which departs at 6:30 p.m. sharp and returns at 9:30 p.m. Our meeting time is 6:15 p.m. Full directions on how to get to ONE 15 Marina Club will be given upon booking your trip.
Yacht Tour Singapore
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Our sunset Singapore boat tour begins with a 45-minute cruise around the Southern Islands. This is a portion of Singapore that few people get to visit. We anchor at St John’s Island, where Sir Stamford Raffles made his first landing in 1819 and met the Malay chief of Singapore. We spend 1.5 hours here so you may unwind and watch the sunset or, if you’re up for it, go swimming (life jackets and a water mat are available). We’ll show you Singapore’s Southern Islands, which have long been important in the shipping industry. We will take in the magnificent view of Singapore’s city skyline as we cruise back to Sentosa ONE 15 Marina Club.
On this Singapore harbor cruise, there are non-alcoholic drinks and light meals provided. Alcoholic beverages may be purchased on board, but we recommend bringing your own. There is no corkage fee for alcoholic beverages. Unfortunately, we are unable to accommodate special diets, so please bring your own light snacks if you have any food restrictions.
Want to learn more about other Tours in Singapore?
Check out the Singapore river cruise and more.