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1 Singapore Round Island Tour with Lunch
Singapore Round Island Tour with Lunch

Myths, legends and lunch fr £54pp

This full-day tour, which includes hotel transfers and a delicious restaurant lunch, will take you to the Kranji War Memorial, dedicated to the fallen of WWII, and much more! Start with a leisurely morning stroll along Singapore's highest pedestrian bridge - Henderson Waves and take in the lush greenery of Mount Faber and Telok Blangah Hill. Continue west to Haw Par Villa, embarkon an unforgettable journey into Chinese folklore and Mythology at this park.

Your next stop is at the Kranji War Memorial, unveiled in 1957, the memorial commemorates over 20,000 men and women who gave their lives for freedom in World War II. Indulge in a delicious lunch (included) at a local restaurant before proceeding to visit Bright Hill Temple, a famous Chinese ancestral place of worship and admire the spectacular architecture of this crematorium, renowned for its turtle ponds. We cross from North - Central to Eastern Singapore to make our next stop at the Eurasian Heritage Centre, which is housed within the Eurasian Association - a Self Help Group that serves the interests of the Eurasian community.

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1 Singapore Round Island Tour with Lunch

Singapore Round Island Tour with Lunch

2 Singapore City Tour
Singapore City Tour

See all the Singapore sights fr £100pp

Discover the most important and significant parts of Singapore while learning about its people and culture on this half day city tour. You’ll visit one of the city's oldest temples, the mythical Merlion, the spectacular Botanic Gardens and much more. This is a very popular tour so it's well worth booking in advance to make sure you secure your place.

Your adventure begins by exploring the Civic District, passing the Padang Cricket Club, historic Parliament House, Supreme Court and City Hall. Next you’ll stop at Merlion Park for scenic views of Marina Bay. Continue to the Thian Hock Keng Temple in Chinatown, one of Singapore's oldest temples, then visit a handicraft centre before arriving at the Botanic Gardens which boasts a vast display of 60,000 orchids. The final stop is Little India where you will be captivated by the scent of joss sticks, jasmine and spices

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2 Singapore City Tour

Singapore City Tour

3 River Safari
River Safari

fr £106pp

While staying in Singapore this journey of discovery at River Safari is one of the must things to do. At Asia's first and only river-themed wildlife park, you will meet more than 5,000 aquatic and terrestrial animals representing 300 species. During a fun day you can explore eight river habitats from the mighty Mississippi to the majestic Yangtze, and experience rare encounters with river giants and megafishes.

Stroll through freshwater galleries and enter walk-through exhibits to learn about the fascinating flora and fauna of river habitats. Catch up with giant pandas Kai Kai and Jia Jia at the huge Giant Panda Forest, the largest panda exhibit in Southeast Asia, then travel down the Amazon River and be amazed by the world's largest freshwater aquarium at the Amazon Flooded forest. This thrill packed day is perfect for all the family.


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3 River Safari

River Safari

4 Private Cultural Tour
Private Cultural Tour

Private Cultural Tour fr £117pp

Singapore was part of British Malaya for many centuries and was ruled by the Sultanate of Johor before the British came to the Island and set up a port and colony in 1819. After World War II, Singapore became an independent nation and republic, which it remains today. On this tour you experience the various cultures as you explore the nooks and crannies of each ethnic heritage enclave by turns.

At Kampong Glam, admire the quiet majesty of the Sultan’s Mosque with its unmistakable golden dome, explore colourful eateries and browse through old-fashioned shops. Travel next to the heart of Chinatown and experience the old and the new in the rows of streets where traditional shophouses have been lovingly restored.
Little India completes the cultural kaleidoscope with its bustling streets and amazing array of shops.

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4 Private Cultural Tour

Private Cultural Tour

5 Morning at Sentosa - with SEA Aquarium
Morning at Sentosa - with SEA Aquarium

Indulge your senses on Sentosa fr £118pp

The beautiful island of Sentosa is your destination on this unmissable half-day tour which includes a cable-car ride, the multi-sensory Images of Singapore experience, a visit to the Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom and time at the incredible SEA Aquarium. After being collected from your hotel by a guide you’ll head to the cable-car station for a spectacularly scenic cable-car ride to Sentosa Island.

First see the butterflies and insects in the Kingdom centre with an astonishing 1 500 live butterflies, next embark on a journey to the centre of the earth in the Mysterious Island 4D adventure and finally visit the amazing SEA Aquarium. With more than 800 species the aquarium is home to majestic manta rays, enormous groupers, Napoleon wrasse and other gentle giants. Come face-to-face with more than 200 sharks and uncover the centuries of myths about these ocean predators.

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5 Morning at Sentosa - with SEA Aquarium

Morning at Sentosa - with SEA Aquarium

6 Private Gardens by the Bay Tour
Private Gardens by the Bay Tour

Private Gardens by the Bay Tour fr £123pp

Gardens by the Bay is one of the most stunning addition to the greenest city in Asia. Spanning over 100 hectares and costing one billion dollars the gardens opened in 2012 and have already established themselves as an umissable attraction in Singapore.

The gardens house two hi tech climate controlled domes. Cloud Forest dome replicates the cool moist climates found in tropical mountain regions such as parts of the Andes and closer to home Mount Kinabalu in Borneo. Flower Dome mimics the drier climate of the Mediterranean and as the name suggests the beautiful flowers round here.

The real highlight of the gardens are the stunning Supertree structures made famous by David Attenborough's Planet Earth series. These vertical gardens stand 50 metres tall and provide a variety of habitats as well as a Skyway for a stunning view of the gardens and city.

We will visit all these attractions during our time in the beautiful Gardens by the Bay.

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6 Private Gardens by the Bay Tour

Private Gardens by the Bay Tour

7 Night Out in Chinatown with Trishaw Ride
Night Out in Chinatown with Trishaw Ride

Chill out in Chinatown fr £133pp

Explore the must-see sights in Singapore's Chinatown on this evening tour. After being collected from your Singapore hotel you'll begin the journey into the heart of Chinatown which is filled with colourful and exciting shops, markets and eateries.

Test your bargaining skills as you wander around the narrow lanes of the bustling night market where you can purchase anything from souvenirs to leather goods.A particular highlight of the evening is a trishaw ride through the alleyways of Chinatown to the waterfront at Clarke Quay. You'll hop into a bumboat for a cruise along the Singapore River, passing the financial district of the city and the iconic Merlion statue along the way.At the end of the tour, you'll be returned safely to your hotel with a storehouse of memories of an unforgettable evening

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7 Night Out in Chinatown with Trishaw Ride

Night Out in Chinatown with Trishaw Ride

8 Private Singapore Then and Now Tour
Private Singapore Then and Now Tour

Private Singapore Then and Now Tour fr £135pp

Singapore was separated from the rest of Malaysia in 1965, and became a sovereign, democratic and independent nation. While struggling to survive and prosper on its own it created a sense of national identity and consciousness among a disparate population of immigrants. Its's strategy for survival and development was to to take advantage of its strategic location and the favourable world economy, as you discover on this tour.

At the City Gallery you are shown how Singapore overcame many obstacles and challenges transforming itself from a fishing port to a cosmopolitan city within a short time. You also get an exclusive bird’s eye view of the central area at one of the largest architectural models in the world. Next visit a housing estate to meet locals of different races then ride the Mass Rapid Transit railway into the heart of Orchard Road for some great shopping.

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8 Private Singapore Then and Now Tour

Private Singapore Then and Now Tour

9 Private Trishaw & Singapore Sling Tour
Private Trishaw & Singapore Sling Tour

Private Trishaw & Singapore Sling Tour fr £152pp

At Albert Street's Night Market the entire scene comes alive in the evening as push-carts gather, offering a wide selection of local authentic hawker food at competitive prices. Start this tour with a ride on the three-wheeled trishaw to Little India, enjoying the sights, the aroma of exotic spices, colourful flower-garland shops and sounds of the city from a unique and different perspective.

Then it's on to another icon of the city's colonial heritage, the world famous Raffles Hotel. Affectionately known as the Grand Dame of Singapore, its architecture reflects the era of British rule from 1819 to 1963. Years of tender loving care and proud purpose have kept this landmark a must-see for any visitor to Singapore and no visit is complete without savouring the legendary Singapore Sling at the Long Bar.

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9 Private Trishaw & Singapore Sling Tour

Private Trishaw & Singapore Sling Tour

10 Full Day Round Island Tour
Full Day Round Island Tour

All change at Changi

Gain an interesting insight into the memories and lives of both POWs and civilian internees who survived the Japanese Occupation at the Changi Chapel and Museum, a symbolic replica of the original chapel found in the infamous prison. Next visit Bright Hill Temple, a Chinese ancestral place of worship and drive past the Johore Battery and a replica of the the largest gun installed outside Britain during World War II.

Have lunch at a local restaurant before you journey northwards to the Kranji War Memorial. Unveiled in 1957, the memorial commemorates more than 20,000 men and women who gave their lives for freedom during the war. This seven hour tour ends with a stop at Gardens by the Bay for an opportunity to experience the development of modern Singapore.

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10 Full Day Round Island Tour

Full Day Round Island Tour