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  • Skip-the-Line Ticket: Singapore Flyer Premium Experience

    1. Skip-the-Line Ticket: Singapore Flyer Premium Experience

    Admire some of the best views of the city on a rotation of the Singapore Flyer, Asia's largest observation wheel. Reach an altitude of 541 feet (165 meters) and look out onto the city below. Enjoy this special moment with the signature sweet, tropical cocktail with a rich local history, or toast your friends with a glass of perfectly chilled champagne that chilled to perfection. Sit back and relax while you listen to the in-capsule audio guide as it explains interesting facts and stories about key places throughout the city. Tap and swipe the tablets in the capsule to compare pictures of Singapore from the past with what you can see today. Discover how districts like Little India and Chinatown have changed over the years.

  • Singapore Chinatown Night Tour: Dinner, Trishaw & Boat Ride

    2. Singapore Chinatown Night Tour: Dinner, Trishaw & Boat Ride

    Chinatown has also come a long way since the early days when Chinese immigrants made this enclave their home. Filled with a sprawling myriad of shops and eateries, bustling with colourful and exciting activities set against a backdrop of rich history and heritage, Chinatown is not to be missed especially in the evening when everything really comes alive. At a Chinese Medical Hall, learn how Traditional Chinese Medicine helps to regulate your Yin and Yang. From ancient days till modern times, the Chinese have continue with herbs and practices like acupuncture, moxibustion, tai chi and tui na to stay healthy. After dinner at a local Chinese restaurant, wander along the narrow lanes of the Night Market and test your bargaining skills against street vendors selling anything from souvenirs to leather goods.  The highlight of the evening is a trishaw ride that takes you through the alleyway...

    Overall a very good trip. However the hotel restaurant wasn’t what we expected. It was a Chinatown experience, and that wasn’t it.

  • Singapore: Historical Bike Tour with Traditional Snacks

    3. Singapore: Historical Bike Tour with Traditional Snacks

    Discover the real Singapore on this 20-kilometer route through the city by bike. Visit a typical residential town and market to watch people go about their daily lives. Eat like a Singaporean, sampling local snacks and drinks at a “coffee shop”. See old and new public housing, as well as multi-million dollar riverfront homes.   Then, meander alongside the Singapore River, where trade brought to life a sleepy village town in the 1800s. See historically important landmarks, such as the 100-year-old fire station, museums, and places of worship. Of course, you’ll pay homage to the statue of Sir Stamford Thomas Raffles, the founder of modern Singapore.   Learn how WWII affected Singapore, and see monuments that honor those who suffered. You’ll get to understand the melting pot of people from all over the world who call Singapore home.   Finally, fast forward to the present and admire the u...

  • Singapore: Katong Neighborhood Private Food Tour

    4. Singapore: Katong Neighborhood Private Food Tour

    Learn about Singaporean cuisine which is famous for its diversity and variety of influences from several ethnic groups. This is largely due to its history as a major seaport with a large immigrant population. Explore the charming neighborhood and its Peranakan cuisine on a private guided tour. Embark on a culinary journey and taste a variety of local foods. Peranakan people are descendants of early Chinese migrants who settled in Singapore and intermarried with local Malays. Peranakan cuisine is a fusion of Chinese ingredients and spices with the Malay cooking techniques. As such, dishes are distinguished by their unique aromas, textures, and tastes. During your tour, you will taste a variety of foods including Curry Puffs, Roti Prata, Teochew Kueh (dumplings), and many more. You may also pick up one or two Singlish words, a delightful slang consisting of English, Malay, Hokk...

  • Singapore: Serangoon Heartland Guided Tour with Dinner

    5. Singapore: Serangoon Heartland Guided Tour with Dinner

    Visit the heart of one of Singapore's oldest residential areas, located just north of Serangoon Central, on this tour. Begin your adventure at 6 PM by sampling a favorite local dish, roti prata. It's dough flavoured with ghee (clarified butter) and is fried and usually served with fish or chicken curry. At this famous stall, you'll also get to watch them flip and twirl the prata high in the air.  Once your stomach’s satisfied, take a walk through the void decks (an open space found on the first floor of the housing blocks) and visit a community park. Here, gain an understanding of how Singapore, one of the most densely populated cities in the world, was made to be so beautiful and green. Finally, experience how the different ethnic groups in Singapore practice their religion and live in harmony. Spend a few moments appreciating the Hindu and Taoist temples. Then, visit what is believed...

  • Singapore: Private Guided Food Tour with Tastings

    6. Singapore: Private Guided Food Tour with Tastings

    Enjoy 10 local tastings from 3 countries on this unforgettable food tour and stop at some of the city's highlights along the way. Your private guide will show you why Singapore is known for being a melting pot of cuisines. You’ll hear all about its rich food heritage and taste fabulous dishes with Malaysian, Chinese and Indian roots.  The Malay Village is the perfect place to enjoy a local breakfast meal. Sit back and relax as your host introduces you to lontong (curried vegetables with rice cakes) and nasi lemak (coconut rice dish). Pick your favorite dish and enjoy. Then, wander around the village and get a feel for the historic and cultural scene. Check out a local tea shop and learn all about the special way of pouring teh tarik.  Afterwards, head to Chinatown to admire the stunning gateway, and inhale the fragrant smells of the traditional cuisine. This is an area that’s proud of ...

    Excellent tour, very friendly and helpful guide. Much Information about the food, the locations, but also about culture and history. We enjoyed very much!

  • Singapore: Famous Sights and Secrets Private 4-Hour Tour

    7. Singapore: Famous Sights and Secrets Private 4-Hour Tour

    Immerse yourself in the hustle and bustle of Singapore on a private 4-hour tour. Enjoy a local Chinese snack at a popular market. Then, find a hidden rooftop orchid garden known only to the locals. Learn about the mix of Chinese, Malaysian and Indian cultures, and explore the colonial district from the days of the British Empire. Visit the Monkey God Temple and the Art Deco-style Tiong Bahru Market to see the famous hawker stalls, where delicious snacks are prepared for you to sample. End at the amazing Gardens by the Bay, where 50-meter tall vertical gardens and spectacular sky walkways await.

    Kenny was a great guide. He took us around china town and gave us the history of Singapore. We stopped for an iced coffee which was delicious. At the end of our tour he took us to a wonderful restaurant where we had a pork rib soup, pork belly, Chinese broccoli, and a sausage roll. Pulse we had a bread that we dipped in the soup stock. It was all wonderful Thank you to Kenny who gave us such a memorable experience.

  • Singapore: Hidden Treasures and Local Secrets Private Tour

    8. Singapore: Hidden Treasures and Local Secrets Private Tour

    Discover the origins of Singapore on a private tour of the Serangoon district, one of the city's oldest residential neighborhoods. Learn how life is lived in this wonderful melting pot of cultures. Enter one of the community parks to discover how one of the world's most densely populated cities can be beautifully green away from the skyscrapers.  Learn how the 3 main cultures and religions live in harmony and admire the Hindu and Chinese temples at the Sri Muneeswaran shrine and Hiang Foo Siang temple. Enjoy an ice-cold coffee or tea in a bag and drink it on the go. Check out a traditional medicine shop and find out how Chinese medicine is different from western practice.  Known for its fun workshops, Serangoon provides something for everyone. Check out the wet market where the locals buy fresh produce. To round off your tour, take a bus to Singapore’s last surviving Kampong. You won’t...

    It was a very interesting and informative tour around one of the neighbourhoods. Just beautifully made.! I really recommend it, to get to know more of Singapore.

  • Singapore: Lion City Highlights Bike Tour

    9. Singapore: Lion City Highlights Bike Tour

    Go beyond the usual tourist spots and explore places bus and walking tours usually miss on this bike tour. Discover Singapore’s charming back streets, historical landmarks, many untold stories, and all the fun places in town with an expert local guide. During the tour, you’ll be taken through the most beautiful and interesting aspects of this city. Enjoy lots of fantastic photo opportunities as you learn about Singapore's rich history as well as its religiously diverse culture. Leave the tour with stories and photos that even the locals don't know about. The tour starts at 9 AM and takes you through these attractions: F1 Race Track, Marina Bay, Colonial District, Singapore River, Merlion Park, Lau Pa Sat, Chinatown, Clarke Quay, Little India, Bugis Village, Haji Lane, Kampong Glam, and more.

    Worth doing it and would recommend anyone to let Jeff guide the bike route. Jeff is a professional and well informed of the sites.

  • Singapore by Night 2-Hour Private Tour

    10. Singapore by Night 2-Hour Private Tour

    Explore the streets of Chinatown at night and get a glimpse of a beautiful Buddhist temple. Enjoy a few pre-dinner snacks at a hawker center, and then enter the coolest entertainment district in town. Follow your guide to the best venues for delicious cocktails. Discover an oasis of quiet down a back alley. Hear captivating stories about the Chinese history of the city and see some of the amazing street art murals.  Watch a spectacular light show with brilliant views of the city skyline. Be amazed as the story unfolds in a beautiful symphony of lasers, water and music. Taste the best satay in town with a refreshing beer to end the night.

    Ronnie was a perfect guide. I was lucky enough to have him all to myself although I signed up for a group tour. He had good knowledge of Singapore and what I liked most was he was very flexible about our program

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What people are saying about Singapore

Holden our guide was brilliant and fun! He sharedhis historical and cultural knowledge with us as well as tips for cool bars, restaurants and visits to do in the next few days. Fascinating sights and insights, we really enjoyed ourselves. The local snacks and refreshments were yummy and oh-so refreshing which were so welcomed. Thanks Holden for sharing your passion and love for this incredible country. Expect to see Singapore from a very different angle, even if it’s not your first trip in the Lion City. Very shiock!

Everything is perfectly organized, from collection to return. Dinner in Chinatown ok tour was a bit short but sufficient. The subsequent rickshaw tour and the river trip on the Singapore River were very beautiful and impressive.

We were lucky and there were only two of us, so our tour guide was able to respond individually to us and our food taste. It was incredibly informative and very exciting and tasty. Thank you Natalie for this great evening!

Great trip around the city revealing places we would not of come across . Holden our guide was very polite and friendly and knew a lot of the history about Singapore.. A trip definitely worth doing .

Worth doing it and would recommend anyone to let Jeff guide the bike route. Jeff is a professional and well informed of the sites.