Go sightseeing at your own pace with this Singapore hop-on hop-off tour. Choose from either a 24-hour or 48-hour ticket, and enjoy the flexibility to explore the city across two different bus routes. While you’re on the open-top double-decker bus, listen to narration about the sights, and then hop off when you want to visit attractions on your own.
City Sightseeing hop-on hop-off tour of Singapore
Ticket valid for 24 or 48 hours — your choice
Enjoy loops within two bus routes for one price
Tour Singapore at your own pace
Buses run every 15 to 20 minutes, depending on route
A hop-on hop-off Singapore bus tour is the ideal way to explore the city independently. You’ll enjoy convenient transportation between the city’s top attractions, plus you'll have the ability to select either a 24-hour ticket or 48-hour ticket to suit your schedule. On board the open-top double-decker buses, visit popular neighborhoods like Chinatown, Little India, Kampong Glam, and Clarke Quay. Hop off to check out attractions like the Singapore Flyer, Orchard Road, and Raffles Hotel. Discover colonial sights like the Fullerton Hotel. Throughout your exploration, take in Singapore’s multicultural landscape, and learn about its rich heritage. Note the sleek contemporary skyscrapers that tower above historical landmarks, and don’t forget to visit the city’s many peaceful green spaces. You have access to two different bus routes — the Red Heritage Route and the Yellow City Route. See below for the list of all stops.
Overall a good overall view of the city. The different routes give you the chance to see a wide variety of things. My only negative was maybe the schedule to make the trip is a bit tight, the bus seemed to go faster than I have expereinced in the past for a sightseeing bus, so it was hard to take some pictures. Having said that I saw alot and enjoyed the rtrip.
the commentary wasn't quite in sync with the journey so we missed some of the sights but more difficult was the fact that there are no markings on the bus stops to show that the Hoppa stopped there and the map supplied didn't pinpoint the stops. if we go to Singapore again we would buy a prepaid card and use the buses and metro and do it ourselves. Also I booked online and thought I had paid for all the routes but in fact I had only booked for 2 of them so be careful and check what you are getting for your money.
I found the talk via head set disappointing compared to others I’ve done. There was a lot of dead air and I would have preferred more history and talking about what we were seeing even if it was about unique trees, plants flowers etc
This is a great way to familiarize yourself with the city from historic area to modern resort to Orchard Road luxury shopping. The Little India and Chinatown tours were fantastic two hour in depth tours, each worth the price of the bus ticket alone.