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Discover the best of Singapore and get an overview of the city during this small-group guided bike tour. Pedal around back streets and past historic landmarks including Little India, Chinatown, and Marina Bay and listen to engaging commentary from your guide about the history and diverse culture of Singapore. Cover more of the city and go beyond the usual tourist spots as you stop along the way for great photo opportunities and stay hydrated with cold drinks.
Wherever we travel, we are always very aware of the fact that true connection means interacting with local people. The warmest and most lasting memories we have are of meeting new people and getting to know them. To bring this sense of connection to our own home Singapore, we decided to start a tour that focus on tasting as well as seeing the city. There is no better way to get to know someone than to sit down with a tasty bite or drink and chat away. Join us on this bike and bite tour through Singapore. Enjoy amazing food that brought from all over the world and combine them in creative ways, and learn about the history of a most racial harmonious country in the world.
A 3-hour walking tour of Singapore City with a local guide. Visit Merlion Park, Civic District, Marina Bay & Singapore River on this "must-do" tour!
There was a time when fishing boats and spices lined our colonial shore. Today, we have transformed to be buzzing city teeming with history, culture and architecture. Let us take you on a stroll around the Singapore River and tell you inspiring stories of a resilient nation that fought against all odds. Some of the many interesting spots in the Civic District area include the Merlion Park, the historically-significant Padang and the neoclassical Victoria Theatre.
Every route is carefully curated by a professional, certified and licensed tour guide by Singapore Tourism Board.
There is no better way to see what Singapore has to offer by joining our bike tour to get a heads up on the city’s highlights.
In this journey, you will understand how the British colonial government shaped the landscape of this little red dot and how it impacted the city landscape of modern Singapore.
We will also take you to the art belt of Singapore, visit the Chinese, Indian and Malay precincts in Singapore and Singapore River to learn and understand the culture of different races.
One by one, we will share with you the stories of this beautiful city.
Singapore's Chinatown & Little India neighbourhoods! Fun local guide!!
We will guide you on an exploration of Singapore’s major landmarks. This will give you a good idea of the history, culture & legends of one of the world best-loved cities
Starting in the Financial District we walk to Singapore's famous Chinatown. Famous for its temples, shopping & colonial houses. We see Chinese & Hindu temples plus stop to try some food along the way
Chinatown has not changed that much in 50 years. The old shop houses and families are still there. Old meets new in this neighbourhood
We head to Little India. Vibrant, colourful & amazing food. This area is next to Arab street where there are fantastic sights to see. Street art & Street food : both are incredible
We will see an authentic food court that caters for curry lovers ! Plus see temples galore. A very frantic and buzzing part of Singapore
This experience enables you to see the best of Singapore (20+ Sights) all with a Fun Local Guide!
Follow us 1pm-6pm every Saturday as we bring you on the most comprehensive walking tour in Singapore to explore the sights, tastes and sounds not on the typical tourist trail. Learn about Singapore's colourful past and its meteoric rise to global city status, while enjoying the unique places and simple treats that still have a special place in our hearts.
Why join our tours?
1. Best all-in-one tour for visitors who have a limited time and want ONE comprehensive tour of Singapore's history, culture and development
2. Explore multiple districts, cultures and themes
3. Get off-the-beaten-track and discover hidden sights and gems
5. Sample a variety of local food, snacks, and desserts all included!
6. End with a great view from a 50th floor viewing deck! (weather permitting)
Combine two of Singapore’s top attractions in one animal-filled day on this Super Saver. Spend the afternoon and evening at some of the most popular wildlife experiences in Asia—the River Safari and the Night Safari, affiliated with the Singapore Zoo. At River Safari, see more than 300 animal species from the world’s freshwater river environments, from Amazon manatees to Chinese giant pandas. Then head to Night Safari for a tram ride—with skip-the-line admission—past open habitats where nocturnal animals spend their waking hours. Hotel pickup and drop-off are included.
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.
Use your skip-the-line pass to the Night Safari tram for priority boarding, and spend your time exploring the nighttime rainforest rather than waiting in line. Just hop right aboard for a family-friendly journey into the world of nocturnal animals, including lions, tigers, and leopards in specially designed habitats. Disembark for a closer look along softly lit jungle trails, enjoy animal shows and cultural demonstrations, and feast on a dinner buffet. Round-trip transport from major hotels in Singapore is included.
Discover Singapore’s Kampong Glam district on a walking tour with an informative guide, who provides a more in-depth experience of this neighborhood than you might otherwise have on your own. Learn about traditional Indonesian medicine and Malay folk customs, and check out Sultan Mosque, one of Singapore’s most prominent places of worship for the Muslim community.
There’s no better way than a bike tour to see how a city fits together. Orient yourself in Singapore and discover the city’s fascinating history as you pedal 12 miles (20 kilometers) of gentle terrain on this fascinating half-day tour. Amble along the Singapore River, pedal Marina Bay, and see landmarks like the colonial-era post office (now a hotel) and City Hall. Along the way, enjoy local snacks and drinks at a typical coffee shop.
This multi-award winning horticultural destination offers breath-taking waterfront views spanning over 101 hectares of reclaimed land. As dusk falls, the Marina Bay skyline emerges and the iconic tree-like vertical gardens - Supertree Grove, design with large canopies that provide shade in the day, come alive with a display of light and sound at night. Be amazed with a birds-eye view of the city from the top of Marina Bay Sand’s Skypark – it is a roof like no other, perched 200 metres in the air with observation deck in the clouds. Descend to the promenade and catch another synchronized light and music show. We end the night with a ride on a bumboat, traditional cargo-ferrying crafts, for a cruise along the Singapore River.
(Note: Fast food outlets available at Gardens by the Bay but we recommend you have an early dinner. This tour involves considerable walking.
Learn about the historic battles of Singapore on a guided tour of Fort Canning Hill and the Battlebox, a former World War II command center located in the heart of the city. Follow an informative guide through the 26-room warren under Fort Canning Hill, an unsuspecting spot steeped in history. Visit a cemetery and hear about the country’s fate from the 14th century to the modern era.
Singapore is a very diverse place, and on this food-focused walking tour, you are introduced to a huge range of different cuisines in the heart of Chinatown. Follow your tour guide through the vibrant neighborhood to see where the locals eat and learn about Singaporean culture. Sample various dishes including the famous chicken rice from the world's cheapest Michelin-starred restaurant. This tasting tour is a must-do for adventurous foodies!
Immerse yourself in the colonial history of Singapore on this small-group walking tour of the city’s colonial landmarks with a knowledgeable guide. While you learn about Singapore’s era as a British colony and the lingering British influence, visit cathedrals, stroll through historic streets, and enjoy the view from the Supreme Court viewing deck.
Discover the culinary delights of Singapore’s Chinatown on a walking tour that includes a hawker center and other food sites. With a guide, visit the Chinatown Complex to sample authentic dishes like Singaporean chicken rice and spring rolls. Try sugar cane juice, ‘pulled’ tea and 'chwee kueh' (water rice cake) and pass by temples and other cultural sights while learning about the neighborhood’s diverse culinary heritage. This small-group tour is limited to 12 people to provide a more personalized experience.
Singapore is a very diverse place, and on this food-focused walking tour, you can sample a variety of different cuisines as you explore the Chinatown, Little India, and Kampong Glam neighborhoods. Follow your tour guide through the streets and learn about the history, culture, and heritage of Singapore and discover where the locals like to eat. Get in-depth insights into each dish that you sample and hear stories about the local communities.
Professional driver will meet you at the hotel lobby / Port or arrival airport meeting point then take you through the Esplanade Park, visit the old place of the Merlion and find out more about the vertical marathon hotel, Marvel at the famous Merlion statue, Walk along the Singapore river, Discover the street where the mosque, the Buddhist and the Hindu temples are situated.Stroll around Chinatown and check out the hotel that used to be an opera house Meet the local spice maker and enjoy your local lunch( optional) at one of the biggest Hawker centres, Visit the amazing Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, Get to know more about Little India, Escape the city jungles and get to the top of Mount Faber where you will enjoy the 360 view of the city and Walk over the Henderson Waves, one of the most interesting bridges of Singapore.
Above are the suggest itinerary and if you have your own itinerary the driver happy to go with your plan
Spend a delightful morning exploring Singapore’s Chinatown on a 2.5 hour walking tour. Accompanied by a knowledgeable guide who speaks English, wander the neighborhood’s streets, take in its unique architecture, try some local delights and visit Singapore’s oldest Chinese temple. En route your guide may fill you in on everything from the community’s Chinese history to the ways of traditional Chinese medicine.
Marina Bay truly comes into its own at night. Discover the Bay—and so much more—on this guided evening bike tour. Pedal past the Singapore River, the towering neon-lit “Super Trees” by Gardens on the Bay, the Singapore Flyer wheel, Marina Bay Sands, and so much more. Your bike comes with a helmet, poncho, and water.
This tour allows you to get the ultimate introduction to Singapore on the back of a bicycle. Follow your guide along the scenic Marina Bay and through the city's oldest and most culturally diverse neighborhoods. All cycling equipment and snacks are included.
Explore Singapore when temperatures have cooled and crowds have dispersed on an evening cycling tour that reveals the sleek city when illuminated by night. You’ll receive personalized attention in a small group limited to five travelers and make regular stops without having to worry about finding a parking space.
Enjoy an outdoor escape from the hustle and bustle of downtown Singapore on Pulau Ubin, a small, tranquil island off Singapore’s northeast shore. During an eco-friendly bike tour, you’ll cycle around the island to look for native wildlife like wild boar, monkeys and water monitors. A knowledgeable guide will lead you past rural sights like fruit farms, mangroves and beaches while telling you about the island, where Singapore’s only authentic ‘kampungs,’ (villages) still remain. Select a morning or afternoon tour time when booking. Bike-riding level is easy to moderate.
Impressive by day, as night falls and the lights illuminate sights such as the Big Durian, Marina Bay Sands, and the Helix Bridge, Marina Bay becomes something quite spectacular. Discover it on two wheels on this private tour, with helmet, safety lights, and a local guide to clue you in on the details. If the humidity is a little much, upgrade for an e-scooter tour.