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Tea Merchant & Street Art Tour

4.8 16 reviews | 100+ Booked
US$ 47.75
Book now for 25 Sep 2021
US$ 73.45
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ART X Cocktails Tour

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US$ 25.70
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US$ 52.89
US$ 38.95
Book now for 29 Jul 2021
US$ 29.39
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US$ 55.09
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US$ 72.75
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US$ 40.40
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US$ 138.09
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US$ 73.45
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US$ 22.05
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National Gallery Singapore

4.7 1,407 reviews | 30K+ Booked
Explore Southeast Asian art at the new National Gallery Singapore. After opening its doors on 24 Nov 2015, the gallery is located in Singapore's Civic District and boasts a combined floor area of 64,000 square meters and is housed in two of the island's most iconic buildings: former Supreme Court and City Hall. National Gallery Singapore is the largest visual arts venue and museum in Singapore – home to over 1,000 art works and it is certainly one of the main attractions in Singapore. Visitors are introduced to Singaporean and Southeast Asian art in the long-term and special exhibitions taking place at the gallery. A visit to the National Gallery Singapore is a great opportunity to discover art, culture and architecture of Singapore.
US$ 14.69
US$ 10.29
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US$ 51.45
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FunVee Night Sightseeing

4.1 198 reviews | 3K+ Booked
See the best of Singapore after the sun sets. The FunVee WOW Night Tour takes you to the best spots in town from engaged streets to beautiful parks. Your tour starts off right as the sun sets. After dinner, you will journey to the awe-inspiring Gardens by the Bay, Singapore's eco-friendly nature park and Supertree Grove, to press stud some futuristic photos. Next, you will be driven by Merlion Park, Padang and, most notably, National Gallery, located in two iconic national monuments—former Supreme Court and City Hall. Complete the tour with a stop at Clarke Quay, where you can shop for souvenirs, clothing, accessories and have a delicious supper!
US$ 21.99
US$ 15.35
Book now for 31 Jul 2021
US$ 73.45
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What people are saying about Art Tour in Singapore

Kathlyn Published 91 days ago
Angel is a natural, leading us through some of the highlights of early Singapore history, including details of the Sultan who sold off the inheritance of his children to fund his lavish lifestyle. She regaled us with stories of the origins of Lavender Street's name, Munshi Abdullah, Raffles' interpreter contribution to the language, we toured the grounds of the Sultan's palace, etc. She is a natural, lively narrator -- there was a nice balance of interesting facts, Q & A, walking and even snacking. It was drizzling, but that didn't bother us. We ended with an interesting story of the origins of the term, Mat Salleh. This is my 3rd walking tour, and so far, the best.
Cheng Cheng Published 91 days ago
We have an amazing morning with Angel, our guide from Monster Day Tour. Although we are Singaporeans, we still learn quite a few new things from her during "A Guided Walking Tour of Little India: Journey of the Senses" She told us interesting stories and didn't bore us with detailed history, and she encouraged to have fun taking pictures, and be tourists in our own country. We were given a nice treat, a taste of India, too....
Cheng Cheng Published 91 days ago
We have an amazing morning with Angel, our guide from Monster Day Tour. Although we are Singaporeans, we still learn quite a few new things from her during "A Guided Walking Tour of Little India: Journey of the Senses" She told us interesting stories and didn't bore us with detailed history, and she encouraged to have fun taking pictures, and be tourists in our own country.
Sze Ya Stella Published 99 days ago
Mr Andrew was our tour guide , throughout the Street Art Tour he was very informative and entertaining at the same time. He gave interesting insights of how each mural were painted and also the rationale too. We then proceeded to experience the Tea Merchant at Pek Sin Choon which was guided by Mr Eng who gave us several teas in different form (one of it is in champagne!). Mr Eng also shared with us how the shop went through 4 generations and yet maintain a good quality of tea. Not to spoil anymore fun , this tour is highly recommended if you are looking for a unique experience in Singapore rather than the common thrill @ Universal Studio.
YUANYUAN Published 100 days ago
I really love this place! Magnificent architecture and lots of artworks to see. Currently there’s Georgette Chen gallery and Wu Guanzhong gallery at the level 4. And I created several posters at social table sent to my email. Don’t forget to go to the rooftop, Padang Deck, to enjoy the spectacular views of Singapore’s skyline. The gallery offers a wide range of artistic experiences and you will love to stay for 2-3 hours there.
Faqihuddin Published 110 days ago
It was great experience exploring this museum. Although I’m not Singaporean/PR to receive free entry to all exhibitions, the money spent for the ticket was totally worth it. Awesome place with beautiful architecture, also very informative as I learn some new things such as history of Singapore & history-related art pieces. Do note that you might need to reserve the entire day to explore the galleries in their entirety.

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