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Take a day off from sightseeing in Singapore to experience a slice of modern Indonesian culture on this day trip to nearby Batam. Rather than spending all day on a crowded coach, enjoy a number of activities and stops at local landmarks, outlet stores and eateries. Stop by historic locations like the Maha Vihara Duta Maitreya Temple and the Cheng Ho Statue. After your day of travel, shopping and sightseeing, relax with a roughly hour-long traditional Indonesian massage.
Immerse yourself in the colonial history of Singapore on this walking tour of the city’s colonial landmarks with a knowledgeable guide. While you learn about Singapore’s era as a British colony after Sir Stamford Raffles arrived here in the 1800s and the lingering British influence, you’ll visit the Supreme Court (and its viewing deck), St Andrew’s Cathedral, and CHIJMES, all of which are within walking distance of each other in the downtown area, near Fort Canning Park.
Enjoy a unique visit to a famous toy museum in Singapore. You'll see a wide range of classic and familiar toys, each with an interesting background story waiting to be discovered and savoured. You'll also participate in a toy-making and playing session that'll bring out the curious child in you!Visit a world-class toy museum.Fold your own cool-looking paper planes.Play with simple-design toys that had entertained children of Singapore for hours in the past.Stroll through the vibrant and colourful streets of Chinatown.Visit a Tintin retail store.100% Personalized for you
This tour is suitable for visitors who wish get away from the maddening crowd in the city to enjoy a gentle stroll in the serene and green atmosphere along this waterway. Imagine the sound of running water and chirping birds, amidst a quiet urban scape.During the tour, you will get to know the history of Alexandra Canal, which feeds into the Singapore River, and how it forms part of Singapore's water strategy. Witness urban renewal not only in the canal itself but also its surroundings.As we proceed along the Singapore River, you will see historical landmarks and bridges and hear the not so oft told stories behind them. The gentrification of this part of the city along the Singapore River before the city proper is telling. Tastefully architected luxury condominiums and elegantly restored shop houses repurposed as restaurants and bars dot the river bank.The tour ends at Fort Canning Station, just shy of Clarke Quay. You'll notice the atmosphere is decidedly different!