Meet your guide and small group of fellow travelers at the High Street Centre, where you'll get fitted for your helmet and bicycle. Then pedal off in search of Singapore's highlights and off-the-beaten-path gems.
Follow your guide to Kampong Glam, a historic district that was once settled by Arabs and Malays, and is now a cultural hub. Zip past Middle Eastern cafés and trendy boutiques, stopping to snap photos and get closer looks at some attractions before continuing on to Bussorah Street, also known as Little Istanbul.
Stop at the Malay Heritage Centre to cool off before pedaling down Beach Road, which was once the city's coastline. Check out the buildings along that stretch of road, many of which were built according to Chinese feng shui principles. See the historic Raffles Hotel, home to the famous cocktail called the Singapore Sling.
At some point during the 4-hour tour, take a break and enjoy the option of sipping some local coffee, or cooling off with a glass of refreshing calamansi juice (a local treat similar to lemonade). We’ll also refuel with a delectable local snack such as kaya toast (bread or crackers topped with a mix of coconut milk, butter, and sugar).
Finish up in the colonial district, populated by buildings whose architecture reflects the time of British rule in Singapore. You'll catch a glimpse of the over-the-top luxe Marina Bay Sands for a grand finale.