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Singapore's cuisine is remarkable for its diversity. Nestled into the city are distinct Malay, Eurasian, and Peranakan food cultures, ripe for the tasting. This night food tour starts at a local hawker centre to sample such traditional Malay food as rice cakes or "pulled" hot tea. Moving on to Joo Chiat, we may sample a curry puff or Otak Otak (fish wrapped in banana leaf), or learn about other influences through Indonesian stew or sugee cake. Wrapping up, we'll certainly try Laksa, a spicy soup that stands as among the most important Peranakan contributions to local cuisine. At the end of this tour, we'll better understand the varied influences that make up local cuisine, and be prepared to engage in our own culinary journeys on the rest of our trip.
This tour of Singapore traces its history from British colonial ambitions to present day financial powerhouse. We'll start at St. Andrew's Cathedral, an early religious landmark, and discuss early colonial rule, the city's importance as a trading post, gradual development, and urban planning. We'll certainly touch on the importance of Sir Stamford Raffles, considered the founder of modern Singapore, and his vision for the site. Walking along the Singapore river, we'll see the Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall and venture over Cavenagh Bridge before heading to a rooftop to visually trace the story we learned.
Following the conclusion of your cruise, make the journey between Singapore Cruise Port and SIngapore Changi Airport an easy one by booking a private minivan transfer in advance. The air-conditioned minivan, which can accommodate up to six passengers, transports you directly to the airport without the inconvenience of multiple stops.
Join this private and comfortable transfer from the Singapore Cruise Centre to Singapore Changi International Airport by private sedan. Maximum 2 passengers. Maximum luggage is 2 standard suitcases and 2 carry-on bags.
Whether you’re joining a cruise or catching a ferry, get your journey off to the best start with a comfortable private car transfer to the Singapore Cruise Centre. Your personal chauffeur will collect you from your downtown hotel, help you with your luggage, and deliver you safely to the arrival hall. This is a sedan transfer, suitable for two passengers with two standard suitcases and two carry-on bags.
Little India is one of Singapore’s most vibrant districts, with its beautiful Hindu temples, lively markets, and colorful shopfronts. On this private tour, explore at your own pace, stopping to visit landmarks such as Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple, get a traditional henna tattoo (own expense), or shop for unique souvenirs. Browse the stalls at Tekka Market, visit the many shops in Little India Arcade, and enjoy a walking tour of colonial streets such as Dickson Road and Dunlop Street.
Delve into Singapore’s multicultural heritage on a private full-day tour. Learn about the Chinese, Indian, and Malay communities who settled here during the 1800s, and discover their cultures and history. Visit a temple and explore Chinatown before lunch (own expense) at a hawker’s center. Then, experience Indian life at Little India, and see the markets and Sultan Mosque at Malay-Arab Kampong Glam follow by a trishaw ride experience.
Explore Singapore with your own private guide and discover a range of sights during a 3.5-hour private tour. Taking in famous landmarks and off-the-beaten-path gems that few tourists know, the tour is the perfect introduction to Singapore and its history.
Visit Singapore’s only underground mosque after a leisurely stroll on the Singapore River. Discover a tunnel that run underneath a road to link to a pier. Experience the energy of the Hawker Stall market. In the midst of the tour, have fun going on a short ride on the public train or bus before meeting a jovial temple keeper. Relax in a hidden rooftop garden and enjoy breath-taking view in a futuristic park
Singapore offers traditional local folklore, rich colonial history, and spectacular waterfront scenery, but fitting in the best sites and landmarks into one visit can be challenging. On this comprehensive private tour—ideally suited to travelers short on time—spin through the city by air-conditioned minivan with your guide. Discover attractions like the Padang, Raffles’ landing site, and St. Andrew's Cathedral, and admire sweeping city views from Mt. Faber.
Tour Singapore from a different angle on this laid-back, informative boat trip and walking tour along the Singapore River. Your guide will tell you stories from Singapore’s history as you cruise past famous sites such as Marina Bay Sands and the Merlion, then as you stroll through the colonial-era and contemporary streets around the river. As this is a small-group tour, you can ask questions and receive personalized service.
Save time and energy compared to public transport as you travel in air-conditioned comfort on this comprehensive door-to-door tour. Stroll the Singapore River; explore the Singapore Botanic Gardens; soak up the atmosphere in Chinatown, Little India, and Kampong Glam; then finish with some shopping at the luxurious Marina Bay Sands complex. Tour includes door-to-door round-trip private transport and guiding but excludes entrance fees.
To truly get a handle on Chinese culture, it pays to have a guide. Join a small group and local guide to venture deep into the soul of Chinatown, from its colorful past of opium dens and brothels to its vibrant present. Learn about Chinese medicines and beliefs as you visit a Chinese pharmacy and a funeral store, and leave with personalized recommendations of where to dine.
Join this tour with your friends or family members to experience Singapore Zoo. An amazing zoo walled in area with expansive assortment of creatures from all parts of the world spread over a huge zone that influences it to feel like you are exploring the real common living space. Private Hotel pick up and drop off included.
An interactive city discovery experience across Singapore’s Kampong Glam. You’ll solve riddles via a web app in your phone’s browser. All the information you need for your adventure is in your email from Secret City Trails. This is a self-guided tour, we do not meet you at the start location and you can enjoy your discoveries at your own pace.
Solve 15 riddles. Each riddle takes you from one (hidden) location to the next. You’ll unlock local recommendations and fun facts - as well as the history of the city.
You discover spots in Singapore’s Kampong Glam that most locals don’t even know. You see popular sights from a different angle (literally!).
This game is suitable for friends, couples, families with kids and team buildings. Enjoy being together while exploring a city, be creative and use your imagination to find city’s secrets!
You’ll feel like Indiana Jones - a true adventurer - as you explore the best of Singapore’s Kampong Glam. What are you waiting for?
Explore Singapore from a Feng Shui perspective on this private tour. Learn about the philosophy's beliefs from an in-the-know guide through visits to a Hakka cemetery, a monastery, Marina Bay Sands, and Orchard Road. Hotel pickup and drop-off included.
The Pinnacles @ Duxton takes the title of being the world's tallest public housing project. Enjoy stunning view of the Singapore landscape from the 50th storey skybridge. Next is a visit to Tiong Bahru, one of Singapore's oldest public housing estate built in the 1920s that has creatively evolved into a unique neighbourhood that balances heritage and swanky hipster lifestyle.
The Tiong Bahru Market, built in 1955, may be the first modern market to be built in a housing estate but still boasts some of best hawker stalls for local culinary delights. The 90-year-old Qi Tian Gong Temple, Singapore's oldest temple honours the Monkey God, who bestows blessing and protection. A bakery where time stood still with a history spanning four generations, Galicier Pastry is steeped in family tradition using only the freshest ingredients, bought daily, to create Galicier's traditional nyonya kuehs and retro cakes. Food sampling at Tiong Bahru Market and Galicier Pastry are included.
Head to where the action is and watch the thrilling horse races at Singapore Turf Club. On Friday nights, see a race under the stars, or enjoy the club on a weekend afternoon. You’ll have access to the Victory Lounge with excellent views, individual seating, self-betting kiosks and full-service bar. With round-trip hotel transport included, you can join in the fun, glamour and excitement of winning!
Explore Singapore with a local who know a lot about the city-state history, culture and more about the off-the-beaten-path activities.
Use public transportation to experience the convenient and highly developed public transportation system of Singapore. Travel across the city to its four major culture areas: Chinese, Malay, Indian, and Western colonial heritage. Take a glimpse on how traditional Asian culture mixes with contemporary culture and truly immerse yourselves in the culture, history and traditions of this diverse land.
Take this tour for the whole family for a close touch with tropical eco-system.
Breakfast at Singapore Zoo with Orangutans.
Open-air tram for tour around the rest of the zoo.
Singapore Botanic Garden and National Orchids Garden.
Don’t drag the kids around Singapore on public transport. Make the most of even a short visit on this private day tour that’s tailor-made for families. Tour a wet market; learn about Singapore’s history at the National Museum; then experience the city’s streets and harbor from an amphibious vehicle before soaking up the views from the Singapore Flyer. Your tour includes transfers to and from port, airport, or hotels.