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Les mordus d’histoire apprécieront de passer 6 heures à Singapour pour visiter les sites historiques importants de la Seconde Guerre mondiale. Lors de cette visite privée, vous en apprendrez plus sur le pays et son rôle dans la Seconde Guerre mondiale, en vous arrêtant à divers musées et monuments, où des visites guidées sont disponibles (entrée à vos frais). L’excursion inclut le transfert depuis et vers l’hôtel en véhicule privé.
L’heure suggérée pour la visite est 8:30, mais étant donné que la visite est privée, le programme est souple. Vous retrouverez votre guide et chauffeur privé à votre hôtel de Singapour et monterez dans un véhicule privé à destination d’importants sites historiques de la Seconde Guerre mondiale dans la ville de Singapour.
Découvrez les chambres de capitulation au Ford Museum - découvrez la dernière ligne de défense britannique sur la colline de Fort Canning - et le musée Changi pour en savoir plus sur la vie d’un POW pendant l’occupation japonaise (les billets d'entrée sont à votre charge). Découvrez ce que la Bataille de Singapour (également appelée la chute de Singapour) a impliqué dans la guerre de Kranji et les réserves naturelles de Sungei Gedong, que les Japonais ont envahi à vélo et à pied. Visitez des sites où les plus féroces batailles ont été livrées entre les alliés et les forces japonaises pendant l’invasion du bastion britannique.
Cette excursion privée vous garantit une attention personnalisée de votre guide et un itinéraire flexible. Terminez votre excursion par un dépôt à votre hôtel de Kralendijk.
Avis des voyageurs Viator
, août 2018
This was a fabulous experience and well worth it! Our tour guide, Ace, showed us around the island, explaining its history and was able to personalise it so that we visited key areas and addresses linked to our family's history. We learnt so much about not only WW2 but also modern day Singapore so thumbs up for Ace and Right tours. However, thumbs down for Viator. I sent them 5 emails asking for confirmation of the tour as I didn't recieve anything and kept being told that the tour was inorder. I did ring Right tours as soon as I reached Singapore and later discovered that there had been a computer error and it was only as a result of my call that they traced the booking. So definitely do this tour if you have any interest in Singapores history but DO make sure you receive a confirmation from the tour operator in Singapore. This could have been a very different review had I not kept checking and actually phoned as soon as I got to SG.
Ace did the best tour of the sites where the Japanese came into Singapore. Very informative and really enjoyed my self in learning much more than I knew about the fall of Singapore.Thank you Ace for a great tour.
Great tour- lots of information and presented so well. Certainly improved our knowledge and understanding of the events leading up to the fall of Singapore. Our guide Ace was exceptional
Recommend this tour
This is a terrific tour which was also in part an adventure and exploration. I won't go any further on this.
I want to thank Ace my tour guide for a great day out and I will continue where we left off in the near future
We had an excellent days tour of the Singapore WW2 battlefields and it added much more context to our existing knowledge of the era and place - and it was fthe 50th anniversary of our very first visit to Singapore - what an amazing change! We had family reasons for the tour and therefore brought some of our own documentation. We were very impressed by the way the Ace customised our tour with the documentation while we looked round the Changi Museum - we then spent a very effective 8 hours covering the areas of our particular interest of the Singapore battlefield. The administration was immaculate as was very well informed discussion with Ace on facets of the history of old and modern Singapore much of which we had not fully appreciated. The tour was a hightlight of our Singapore visit and a must to help with the understanding of the past and present Singapore. Many thanks Ace and Ralphina.
Ace was an excellent tour guide. We appreciated his enthusiasm, his flexibility and his knowledge.We also appreciated his patience!! Being highly interactive travellers, there was a lot of discussion! I wouldn't hesitate in highly recommending him. By the end of the tour we had a comprehensive overview of the attack on Singapore and life in Singapore during the occupation. We learned a large number facts that we had not known previously - particularly about Operation Matador and the role in played in the war in South East Asia. The only thing I would change would be to visit the museum at the Old Ford Factory before the visit to the Changi Prison museum. The guided tour we received at the Old Ford Factory consolidated what we had learned from Ace, whereas we didn't really have enough info at our fingertips when we visited the Changi museum. All in all, Ace's tour is an absolute must. Definitely the highlight of our visit to Singapore.
Ace was a really good tour guide, and we greatly enjoyed the long tour. The only suggestion that could make the tour better would be if it included lunch at a local restaurant. We literally drove around the entire island, and visited so many sights that we could never have done this on our own. A fascinating view of history of Singapore.