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Experience central Singapore during the vibrant evening hours with this Chinatown tour by trishaw and riverboat. With a guide, walk through the bustling Night Market and learn about the history of Singapore’s Chinatown. Shop for bargains as you wander through this captivating district, indulge in dinner, and take a thrilling trishaw ride through Little India and Bugis Village. Then, cruise along the Singapore River on a bumboat to admire the city skyline lit up at night.
This is the tour for war history buffs as we bring you to key spots that are rich in World War II history. Singapore was a major British military base and was also referred to as “Gibraltar of the East”. Find out how the defence strategy failed, and recount the days of the Japanese Occupation of Singapore.
You will commence the experience at the Kranji War Memorial which honours fallen Commonwealth war veterans who died in battle during World War II. After which, you will proceed to Changi area to visit Changi Prison Wall, Changi Chapel temporary exhibit (Actual chapel is undergoing renovation) and Changi Beach Park. We will also drive past Selarang Barracks, Changi Air Base, Johor Battery.
Sentosa Island is Singapore’s playground, home to beaches, theme parks, a casino, and a wealth of hotels. But at almost 1,200 acres (471 hectares), it’s not possible to explore on foot, while transport connections are tricky. Whether you’re staying on Sentosa or visiting from the mainland, this small-group bus tour provides the perfect introduction to the island’s highlights and history.
Heartlands Tour will bring our guests to Toa Payoh New Town. This is the first town to be built by Housing Development Board, the government arm in charge of public housing in Singapore. See how a typical self-sufficient town complete with public vs private housing, public transport, public amenities as well as industrial and commercial areas. Guests will also get a glimpse of the local life through a visit to a wet market and hawker centre, public recreation areas and view a typical showflat for a public housing flat.