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this is a good tour of areas not normally seen in Singapore. Haw Par gardens are interesting though not a lot of time is spent there. The war cemetary, Changi museum were interesting especially if yourinterested in history or the war. Lunch on the coast with views of malaysia was a nice way to get to know others on the tour and get a taste of the local food. The Buddhist temple was very interesting and we had a very funny guide Phillip who had his commentary down pat. Definately worth doing this tour.
This is a great night at one of the best race tracks in the world. The gold room was almost empty compared to the public sections which were overflowing. The race callers were Australian and provided so much information pre race it was hard not to win. a meal could be bought for $4.50 and tea /coffee was free. Really enjoyed this tour.
A cheap, great way to see the city. Have been on hop on/off buses before in other countries and would definately recommend them as THE way to see everything. This tour had a recorded commentary (some in other countries have guides). The only annoying thing is the loud music and because its a recorded commentary, hearing the same thing over and over can be irritating. We did this for two days as there were four different routes and saw everything. Hopped off at different spots and did the river cruise which was good. If your short on time this is a great way to see everything. If you have a few days then you get to experience all the best of Singapore at your own pace.
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