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There was a lot of waiting around before the tour actually started, but once we got going, the tour guide was very knowledgeable and gave us lots of information about Changi specifically and Singapore generally. Changi itself was excellent… a very well laid out museum, and gave enough information without being either too overwhelming or too superficial. The stop at the Tampines (a suburb in Singapore) and the visit to the Malay quarter were interesting. A must see while in Singapore.
Our guide was knowledgeable and gave lots of background and war info. The Changi museum was fascinating even if you don't know too much about the war. Also good to see where and how the people live away from the city.
Wasn't as expected however the guide was great. He explained a lot about we were seeing, he also told us of the great places to shop
Good historical tour of a part of singapore that a lot of toutist probably dont see.
This was interesting and not something I would have done on my own.
We found this tour very interesting. The guide was very informative. A good tour for a bit of history and also about Singapore today.
Most of us took this tour for the Changi war museum part, so dropping us off in a hot, crowded shopping street was a waste of time. Would have preferred stopping for a photo of the old prison walls rather than a quick drive by. Guide was well informed but microphone did not work well.
very moving at Changi museum. Good twist to be taken into the usual everyday living environment of Singaporeans by our guide vs only experiencing the tourist trail of Chinatown etc.
CHangi was everything we wanted. Our guide was very knowledgable. Would recommend this tour to war history buffs.
Great guide! Very informative tour and a great way to see areas of Singapore outside of the city, learn about some of the history of Singapore and how Sigaporeans live in the suburbs.
Wonderful tour we had on 16 March 2013. Our tour guide was just wonderful and very funny, she is an asset to your company. Perfect tour just to get enough knowledge of the area. Only down part was Viator didn't reply to my two email enquiries with questions after I booked the tour. I ended up asking the question on the facebook page and finally had a reply that way.