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Escape the crowds on land and see Singapore at the most magical time of day during a sunset sailing cruise. A romantic experience that’s ideal for couples, this tour provides a different perspective of the modern metropolis from the water, and include free-flowing soft drinks and snacks. Alcoholic drinks can be purchased onboard.
The first ever kind of luxury yacht non-stop guided cruise. You will discover the uniqueness of Singapore Southern Islands and the rich history behind each beautiful island.You will experience the coastline and skyline of Singapore. An experience which you will remember for a long time.
Marvel at the illuminated sights of Singapore during a night tour. Explore top attractions with a knowledgeable guide, including a synchronized light and music show at the Supertree Grove at Gardens by the Bay. Visit the Sands Skypark Observation Deck and finish with a cruise on the Singapore River.
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.
Take a day off from sightseeing in Singapore to experience a slice of modern Indonesian culture on this day trip to nearby Batam. Rather than spending all day on a crowded coach, enjoy a number of activities and stops at local landmarks, outlet stores and eateries. Stop by historic locations like the Maha Vihara Duta Maitreya Temple and the Cheng Ho Statue. After your day of travel, shopping and sightseeing, relax with a roughly hour-long traditional Indonesian massage.
Escape downtown Singapore’s busy streets for a half-day getaway on Pulau Ubin, a small, tranquil island off Singapore’s northeast shore. On an eco-friendly kayaking tour, you’ll paddle through mangroves to watch for marine wildlife like water monitors, hornbills and maybe even pink dolphins. Enjoy the rural atmosphere of the island, and learn about the local wildlife and ecology from a knowledgeable guide.
Discover parts of the Singapore archipelago that most first-time visitors miss during a kayak tour that reveals the lesser-known Southern Islands. Ideal for outdoor adventurers, this tour guarantees personalized attention from your guide by limiting group numbers to four, and comes with the opportunity to fish for snappers and mackerel.
Explore our Islands!
Beautiful and scenic southern islands of Singapore await you.
Cruise from Marina at Keppel Bay on a private yacht towards these islands. You will be thrilled and surprised knowing the stories behind these islands through our Licensed tourist guide on board.
Hurry up before you missed the boat!
See the city from two different perspective during a tour that shows Singapore from both land and sea. A great way to get your bearings in the city, this tour covers plenty of top Singapore sights, and comes with the novelty of your vehicle transforming into a boat before your eyes.
Want to escape the hustle and bustle? Spend a relaxing day on Singapore’s tropical Palau Ubin island. Experience the island’s rustic charm and slow pace of life with a local showing you everything that this secluded spot has to offer. From wildlife spotting to exploring the island’s rustic village your local host knows all the unmissable places.
Step aboard a ferry (known locally as a bum boat) and enjoy the short ride from the city to Pulau Ubin Island. The island is teeming with wildlife so take a moment to get to know the local inhabitants and keep an eye out throughout the day.
Get ready to explore the island’s quaint town. With wooden buildings and old-fashioned shops, you’ll feel like you have stepped back in time to 1950s Singapore. Follow your local host to check out the Chinese opera stage in the middle of the town and a local temple which is tucked away from the main streets.
Visit two Southeast Asian countries in one day on a private tour from Singapore to Indonesia and Malaysia. Travel by high-speed ferry to Batam, Indonesia to see the Goddess Kwan Im Statue, a Balinese-style Hindu temple, and to sample Indonesian cakes. Continue by airplane to Kuala Lumpur to visit Batu Caves, National Palace, National Mosque, Independence Square, and the Petronas Towers before returning to Singapore by luxury bus.
Tickets for Singapore River cruises are easy enough to find, but a private cruise is harder to arrange. Treat your group to the luxury of your very own craft as you soak up views of landmarks such as Boat Quay, the Singapore Flyer, and Marina Bay Sands. After you dock, stroll along the river bank with your personal guide then enjoy your private round-trip transfer back to your hotel.
Chinatown has also come a long way since the early days when Chinese immigrants made this enclave their home. Filled with 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 evenings when everything really comes alive.
Wander along the narrow lanes of the night market and test your bargaining skills against street vendors selling anything from souvenirs to leather goods. Visit a Chinese calligrapher to witness a demonstration on the art of Chinese Calligraphy.
A highlight of the evening is a trishaw ride that takes you through the alleyways of Chinatown and down to Clarke Quay. There hop onto a bumboat for a cruise along the Singapore River to see Singapore lit up at night, showcasing beautifully restored shophouses, modern skyscrapers of the financial district, colonial buildings and the iconic Merlion statue
A quick visit to Singapore on your way to Borneo, then dive into the nature and wildlife adventure. Visit Kinabalu National Park, walk on a canopy walkway 40 metres above the jungle, visit the Sepilok Orang Utan Rehabilitations Centre and discover wildlife in the Kinabatangan region.
Delve deeper into the colonial history of Singapore on a private tour that provides a detailed overview of the sovereign state’s conception. A great introduction for first-time visitors, this tour promises the undivided attention of a private guide and include afternoon tea at Raffles, indisputably the most-famous dining and drinking establishment in the city.
• Embark on a 60 minute land and sea adventure around Singapore, alongside a professional Duck tour guide
• Enjoy a unique tour experience on a remodeled WWII amphibious Vietnamese war craft
• Get up close to Singapore's famous skyline, historical landmarks, and gorgeous bay view
• The Original Duck tour won the Tourism Awards Singapore and is in the Top 10 Best Family Experiences
On this private tour of Singapore you’ll see how the city state has transformed from a small fishing village to a financial powerhouse over the decades. You can start anytime from the mid-afternoon to early evening, to best suit your own schedule and interests. Visit many of Singapore’s must-see sights, and sample some of its delicious local cuisine. This is a great way to see the city in the evening without getting lost or worrying about how you’re going to get around.
If you love history, discover Singapore’s colorful past as you travel through its glistening present on this fascinating small-group night tour. Tour colonial buildings, ride a bumboat down the Singapore River, soak up sunset views of Marina Bay, and explore a typical Singaporean housing complex. Finally, savor chicken rice at a hawker court and a Singapore Sling in a rooftop bar.
Experience the island nation of Singapore like you’ve never seen it before—from a pedal-powered kayak on a small-group fishing adventure. Cast for parrotfish, grouper, snapper, and more over sunken wrecks and natural reef as you glide around anchored vessels from yachts to container ships. Your tour includes everything you need: bait, gear, kayak, a VHF radio, a lifejacket, and a guide, who’ll take pictures for you to share.
Step into the wonderful world of kayak fishing. Learn everything you need to know about kayak fishing on the gentle waves and currents of The Playground.
The Playground is perfect for anyone new to fishing or kayak fishing. It’s a great activity for you and your buddy or as a couple.
At only 2-4 km, it's an easy route to complete, your physical fitness level is no issue here.
You’ll fish over natural sea structure for bottom fishes like parrot, groupers and snappers.
See Singapore with a private guide, and enjoy a river cruise plus visits to Chinatown, Kampong Glam, Marina Bay Sands, and Gardens by the Bay. The personalized experience is available for groups of up to four people and includes all the stories and history to help you understand both modern and colonial Singapore.
Enjoy an outdoorsy getaway from the hustle and bustle of downtown Singapore on Pulau Ubin, a small, tranquil island off Singapore’s northeast shore. During an eco-friendly kayak tour, you’ll paddle 9 miles around the eastern half of the island, through wetlands and into streams. With the help of an experienced guide, watch for wildlife like dolphins, sea eagles, manta rays, otters and monitor lizards.
See Singapore from three different perspectives during a tour that explores the city from the ground, sky, and on water. This private tour, which comes with the undivided attention of your guide, includes a river cruise; a walking tour of Chinatown and Little India; and a ride on the SIngapore Flyer. A varied itinerary makes this tour the ideal choice for families traveling with children.
Skip the lines while visiting some of Singapore’s most popular attractions on this private evening tour. Enjoy a fully commentated cruise, see the city lit up at night, stop at the famous Merlion statue and the larger-than-life Gardens by the Bay, and stop for a local food experience (at extra cost) at a classic Singaporean hawker center. Your personal guide will cater your evening to your own tastes and needs.