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Excellent tour. Guide was experienced and sensitive to our needs.
Excellent tour - Carol was a wonderful guide, wonderful stories. Well paced
Tour leader was a wealth of information and delivered info with enthusiasm and passion.
our guide was fantastic and certainly knew her topic.easy to find at pasir ris station.
A very touching and informative tour. Our tour guide was well informed.
A must to do when in Singapore
The tour guide was very knowledgeable and was able to give a very comprehensive overview of the Changi prison and an overview of the Japanese occupation following the fall of Singapore.
This was my absolute favourite tour we did in Singapore. Our guide was knowledgeable and lovely. It was a great tour.
very informative . ..we learned to ride the MRT to get there for our 10am start, all the guides are lovely on all the trips
A really great tour - the guide Helena was very knowledgeable and its a side of Singapore and history that you wouldn't normally see. Highly recommended. Tour meets at the local MRT station so its very easy to get to.
A truly moving and inspiring tour, our guide Julie was not only very knowledgeable of the history of this sad period of the WW2, but she was passionate in her commentary, which she did in such a balanced way, we believed we truly understood what the men and women of the time endured. We highly recommend this tour; it was certainly the highlight of our holiday to Singapore.
This was a very well conducted tour. The tour guide was excellent - her commentary and passion for what she did made the tour both memorableand meaningful. As the daughter of a former Australian POW who spent time in Changi, the Burma-Thailand Railway and in Japan I would recommend that all Australians discover this part of their history. The trip to Changi, despite the horrors and all that happened to the POW's was inspiring and challenging.
Powerful, sorrowful, meaningful. Excellent overview of the Fall of Singapore and the subsequent barbarism.