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Underground is no way to experience Singapore. See the sights with ease and hop off at the ones that take your fancy with the Big Bus Singapore. Enjoy a 1-day hop-on hop-off experience with the classic ticket; add on two walking tours to Chinatown and Little India with the 2-day premium ticket; or get all of the above plus a guided night city tour with the deluxe ticket. Upgrade to a combo deal to include tickets to top Singapore attractions.
Experience Singapore at your own pace with a hop-on, hop-off bus tour
Take your pick from 47 stops, with headset commentary in 12 languages
Premium tickets includes walking tours of Little India and Chinatown
A night city tour plus walking tours are included with the deluxe ticket
Upgrade to a combo for admission to some of Singapore’s top attractions
City to Zoo/River Safari: 08:30/09:30/10:30/11:30/12:30/14:00/15:00/16:00
Zoo/River Safari to City: 11:30/13:00/14:00/15:00/16:00/17:00
City to Night Safari: 18:00/18:30/19:00/
Night Safari to City: 21:20/21:40/22:00 (Sunday - Thursday)
21:30/22:00/22:30 (Friday, Saturday, Public Holiday Eve)
Wheelchair accessible on lower deck of 3 Hop-on Hop-off routes
Not wheelchair accessible on 3 attraction shuttles
Recorded commentary available in English, Mandarin, Bahasa Indonesia, Korean, Japanese, Vietnamese, Russian, German, French, Spanish, Italian, and a Kids channel
During road closures, some bus stops may be skipped; in the event that this occurs, notices will be posted at counters and on buses
The ticket is not valid for special themed tours
Redemption point for Walking Tours is as follows:
Chinatown Walking Tour: Pagoda Street, Tourist Information Kiosk, next to Sri Mariamman Temple Operates Mon, Wed, Fri, Sun 10:30am
Little India Walking Tour: 5 Campbell Lane, outside Indian Heritage Centre Operates Tue, Thu, Sat 10:30am
Redemption point for Night City Tour is as follows:
BIG BUS & DUCK Tourist Hub, 3 Temasek Boulevard, Suntec City #01-330 Singapore 038983
Please be informed that due to the Standard Chartered Marathon 2019 on 30 Nov & 1 Dec, there will be major road closures & disruptions in the city. Delays and stop closures are expected. Please check with our ground crew for more information.
Near public transportation
Infants must sit on laps
Please be informed that tours will be affected due to road closures during the F1 period on 18, 19 & 20 September 2020.
Got off a cruise at 8 am and flight home wasn’t until 9:30 pm. Had a shuttle from cruise port to airport, stored our luggage, and headed out. No stop is real close to airport so we took a taxi to stop #1 for all the routes. Because I use Viator for many of my excursions we had booked this two days before. The only downside is that the green line doesn’t have any commentary. Some headphone connections were better than others. The young girl working the ticket stand was excellent. They seem to schedule the lunch about the same time, but she came over to be sure we knew which bus was leaving when. Some drivers a bit better than others in that they make sure everyone is down from upstairs or on the sidewalk wanting to get on before pulling away.
The variety of routes and the ability to hop on and off at a number of different points, changing routes whenever is great. You don’t want to be sitting upstairs in the uncovered seating in the hot sun without a hat or some sort of cover though.
There isn't any sight-seeing corner of Singapore that the Hop-On Hop-Off Bus doesn't take you to. Grab a map from the company, pick your sites, and hop on the bus that will go on that route--all color coded. Couldn't be easier!
Buses were fine during the day but the night tour was bad. We went to the Chinese street food market. Had less than 30 minutes before we had to be back at the bus. We were told firstly that the bus was late because of the Indian festival (which happens every year). Then we were told it had broken down. It eventually turned up (hadn’t broken down). Went to the Gardens by the bay, which was the main reason for the excursion for most people). Our guide asked if we could leave five minutes before the end to get back to the bus. As the show only lasted 15 minutes we refused.
Very young guide who didn’t give much info at all.
Really a wasted evening
Overall the 4 routes showed us all the sights. The only negative was that the commentary was not as informative as it could have been. Also the last bus for each route stops too early in the evening. Another hour added on to any of the routes would be more desirable
We chose this method of transport thinking that it would be the best way to get around Singapore but in hindsight it was an expensive way to travel. Buses are more often or not late. On the plus side they are easy to use. If we visit again we will research the local bus service and compare it against the cost of this service.
Lovely to see the city and to stop off at sights you are interested in. Loved the Botanical Gardens especially the Orchid display, and also the Gardens at the bay. China town and Little India are a definite must see for browsing and shopping especially Mustafa shopping complex. Singapore will definitely see me again and the variety of food is great!