Indulge in a full experience of Singapore and enjoy sightseeing at your own pace. With an unlimited sightseeing bus pass for two or three days, you won't have to worry about commuting to any of the interesting attractions: simply hop on the Funvee Open Top bus at one of the many locations and hop off at any point of interest — it's that easy! With extensive sightseeing itineraries and free admission to two of the city's top attractions (your choice), including Singapore Zoo, Madame Tussauds, River Safari, Trick Eye Museum and more — your visit to the city is guaranteed to be lots of fun and worry free.
Explore some of Singapore's most vibrant spaces after the sun goes down! Embark on a 3.5 hour journey, accompanied by a professional English-speaking tour guide who teach you all there is to know about Singapore's culture and history. Try some of the delicious local eats from the various street market stalls available! Plus, enjoy a serene walk through beautiful gardens and end the night with a breezy spin through the famous Orchard Road, a world-class shopping belt!
Singapore is a big city. And even though you may have a whole list of sightseeing spots you'd like to get to, getting to all of them in a short time can prove to be quite a feat. Checking location addresses, getting lost in an unfamiliar city and trying to read up on various attractions is no fun way to explore Singapore. Make your Singapore visit worry free with the 1 Day Hopper Pass and just enjoy the ride!
See the best of Singapore onboard an open-top, double-decker bus. Cruise by iconic landmarks like the Marina Bay Sands, Singapore Flyer, Gardens by the Bay, and the towering Merlion along 7 different routes. Take in the bustling cityscape while you enjoy audio commentary in 12 languages. See something interesting? Simply hop-off and explore. Choose a 1-day Classic Ticket and hop-off at any stop to explore Singapore your way. Pick a 2-day Premium Ticket for another day on the bus plus free Walking Tours to Chinatown and Little India. Or go for a 2-day Deluxe Ticket that comes with 2 Walking Tours and a 3-hours guided Night City Tour. Offering a combined 7 routes, 63 stops, and 100 trips/day, it is the most comprehensive hop-on touring system in Singapore.
Travel to some of Singapore's oldest territories and discover its origins as you stroll down memory lane. Enjoy the tropical breeze on a Trishaw Uncle ride and blend into each district – Singapore River, Little India, Kampong Glam, and Chinatown – for an authentic, old-timey Singaporean journey. Be greeted by a true blue trishaw “uncle,” a term of endearment for trishaw riders given by locals. In history, trishaw uncles formed the early backbone of the country's labor force, thanks to their manual strength to get people to places before the emergence of modern transportation. Beneath every unique corner has a story of its own and combining them all together lead up to the competitive, thriving nation we know as Singapore today. Venture deeper into Chinatown for its temples and restored shophouses; Singapore River for its incredible port relations with the rest of the world; Kampong Glam for its migrant roots with hints of Malay and Indian cultures; and finally, Little India for the interesting mix of local and migrant communities. Don't forget to drop by the shops in these areas and treat yourself to some kitschy souvenir. Guided by professional trishaw riders, you're in for a different kind of expedition as you look back to these places in awe.
Experience Singapore at its best, all while learning about its fascinating past, with this guided tour of the engaged city's incredible landmarks! Meet up with your guide and group at The Walking Singapore Store, inside The Esplanade Mall, and wait a few moments for everyone to get settled and for the tour to begin. Check out the majestic Merlion and the stunning waterfall spewing from its mouth, located near the iconic Marina Bay Sands. Marvel at the grandiose, five-star Fullerton Hotel, then cross the Cavenagh Bridge, one of the oldest bridges in the country. Travel back in time with a visit to The Arts House, formerly Singapore's first Parliament House, and feel history come alive as your English-speaking guide tells you about all the legislations that were discussed in its halls. Take a quick snack break by trying out breakfast favorites such as Kaya Toast, filled with Coconut Jam, and Teh Tarik, pulled tea that's mixed with milk. See the world's largest display of modern Southeast Asian art at the National Gallery Singapore, before you stop by South Beach, an upscale complex filled with offices and residences. Play with the pristine waters of the Fountain of Wealth at Suntec City, the world's largest fountain and said to bring good luck, then head to the last stop of the tour: Cookie Museum. Enjoy a sample of delicious cookies made with popular ingredients in Singapore, as well as get a chance to shop for awesome souvenirs to bring back home, before the tour concludes back at The Walking Singapore Store. Pressed for time? Try going on the E-scooter Tour, which shortens the activity's duration by one hour!
Great way to see Singapore and ride (literally) through Singapore's history. Thoughtfully designed bike tour. It started out with easy routes to allow some of us (like me) to get used to the bikes; which were available for us, and well maintained and easy to handle. Through the tour, we were taken through various quaint streets as we learnt more about Singapore. Jeff, the tour guide/bike leader was engaging, energetic and humorous. There were stops at scenic points for immersive narrative and perfect picture taking spots. We did our tour in the rain and still enjoyed it tremendously. Great value tour. Highly recommended!
It was a great experienced Bike Tour within a few areas in Singapore. Some of the historical, we read it on our history book, but most of it is not covered in the book. it was eye-opening to some of us. [F1 Race Track, Marina Bay, Civic District, Singapore River, Merlion Park, Chinatown, Little India, CHIJMES, Haji Lane, Kampong Glam]. Many memories have brought me back together with my spouse (who just left us), back when we were in our school days. Took a lot of pictures and will write to share them with our son about it.
It was very challenging to cycle on the Wet Sunday + the human and car traffic at Little India. We make it through with our Tour Guide, Jeff. He kept enforcing us to cycle closely, but it was not because we did not try to catch up, there were really a few obstacles we faced into. This was the first time that I joined the bike tour and cycle out in front of human and car traffic.
Jeff is a great Tour guide you must look for, he is very friendly and answers all questions that you asked. Although the package we signed was 4 hours Tour, Jeff did not Tour exactly for 4 hours. He was so nice and kind to accommodate our request along the way. Eventually, we end our bike tour with an additional of 30 mins 😄
My very first time doing the southern island hopping, my tour guide is Alan. He’s flexible allowing you to follow him or self explore the island and meet him at the jetty at a stipulated timing. He is also very accommodating ensuring no one is left behind. As my tour group comprises of adults kids and elderly. We even took a small bite in the last station and Alan is attentive to ensure that we are in time to board the ferry back to mainland Singapore as it started to pour In the late afternoon. It’s A Great enjoyable trip to go if you want a trip off the hustle and bustle of city. Extremely love the Lazarus island part, where you can see clearer water on the beach and soft sandy sand.
Surprised to know our Singapore Islands Hopping can be so fun (and tiring too). Our Tour Guide Augustine is sooo friendly and humourous, and provides great service and insights to the trip. 👍🏻 And thanks for all the pre instructions and tips.
We enjoyed ourselves and highly recommend to anyone who wish to explore a different side of Singapore.
Cycling in the city brings about a different experience. Jeff is an excellent guide! The tour is like a glimpse into Singapore's past; showing how early settlers settled into Singapore in the different areas along the Singapore River. They contributed to the multiracial foundation that Singapore has and continued to build on till now.
Bikes were provided. Jeff even took pictures and sent to us. We even stopped by Little India for a freshly-squeezed Sugarcane juice - treat from Jeff.
Do bring along additional water (there's a pouch in front of the bike to hold) and sunblock/poncho.
Definitely not a tour to miss!
A great way to utilise SRV. River Cruise Experience was informative regarding our Singapore River history, view was fantastic! Seafood Dinner was good, portion wise, not a lot, but it was enough to be satisfied. Pei Nee, thanks again for the wonderful experience. Playing tourists in our own country:) My family of 6 had a great bonding time together.