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Singapore Bike Tour
The bicycle trip was great. Jeff explained to us a lot of Singapore’s history, learned a lot of local characteristics, and the ride was great. We had a ride for a morning, but we did not feel tired at all while listening to the explanation. The two children in a group also persisted. In short, it was a great ride.

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Ubin Island Bike or Walking Tour with Return Ferry Transfer
Excellent nature biking trip. Tour guide is really knowledgeable about the plants and trees in Singapore. We had fun tasting plants, flowers and plums. This is much better than going to Ubin by your own as you will miss out a lot of "hidden treasures" without someone experience pointing it out for you. I highly recommend this professional tour.

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A Guided Walking Tour of Little India: Journey of the Senses
Used the SRV to experience this short but yet insightful walking tour through Little India. The guide was friendly and shared facts about Little India that I think some of the younger generations would not be familiar with. Would recommend if you're looking to expand your knowledge about our own Singapore backyard!

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Fascinating World of Aviation PLUS Exclusive Hangar Tour
A very highly commendable tour and itinerary put up by Xperience Singapore! "Bringing the Past to the Present " - this holds alot of meaning for this tour and at Seletar Aerospace Park. For someone who appreciates the history and culture behind us, its an insight to see some of the "stuff" left behind back when Singapore was under the British Colony (not to share too much spoiler here). Over at the Hampstead Wetland Park, its the right season to catch up some of the bird species! Last but not least, the highlight is definitely the Hangar Tour which is truly the highlight and exclusive! Great photo opportunities for your gram!

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The Creepy Tales of Singapore Ghost and WWII Tour with Point to Point Transfer
It was a Friday night and I was the only person booked on the tour with 2 guides, lucky me and 10/10 for Oriental in going ahead. Although I have been in Singapore more than 5 years I still found the tour very interesting and the places certainly different at night time. The tour guides were very knowledgeable and answered all my questions. I will certainly look at booking more tours with them and even see about a customized tour with some friends. At the end of the tour they even dropped me at my residence which was greatly appreciated. Thank you Oriental.

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Tea Merchant & Street Art Tour
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.

Top sights in Singapore

Nowadays, cities are mostly all concrete with small patches of green here and there. In Singapore, it’s the other way around -- it’s a ‘City in a Garden’. Best known for being a melting pot of cultures and cuisines, this city-island also boasts sustainable infrastructure and efficient urban planning. Its reliable MRT system can take you around Singapore attractions, shopping outlets, cultural sites, and hawker centers in a jiffy. Use this travel guide to make sure your itinerary is packed with exciting things to do in Singapore.

Gardens by the Bay

Gardens by the Bay is a 101-hectare urban sprawl of futuristic gardens, manicured rain forest, beautiful domes, and awe-inspiring structures. Discover the largest glass greenhouse in the world when you visit Flower Dome, home to flora that thrives in Mediterranean temperatures. A tropical rain forest awaits in The Cloud, where an indoor waterfall descends upon the mist-filled Cloud Walk and Treetop Walk. See more of the place through the OCBC Skyway’s 128-meter long aerial walkway. Finish your tour with a viewing of the spectacular light show, or son et lumiere, in the Supertrees
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Sentosa

Have some family fun in the heart of Singapore at Sentosa! This island resort is home to sandy beaches, golf courses, theme parks, and a wide range of activities and attractions. Meet underwater creatures at S.E.A Aquarium, or take in the view from the ropeway of Sentosa Island Cable Car. Universal Studios and the Merlion are just a short walk away, while the boardwalk leads to a suspension bridge that can take you to a smaller off-shore island.
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Merlion

A visit to Singapore won’t be complete without a selfie with the Merlion. This half-lion, half-fish icon is a mythical creature that symbolizes the city-state and its roots. The Merlion overlooks the bay and offers a panoramic view of the nearby skyscrapers, making it a must-visit for tourists. The crowds may deter you from visiting, but fret not; there are six Merlion statues that you can check out around the country. Avoid the crowds at noon and catch the evening light show instead.
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Universal Studios Singapore

Kids and kids-at-heart are in for a treat at Universal Studios Singapore. Hop aboard 24 rides and check out 7 themed centers inspired by Hollywood blockbuster animated and sci-fi movies, like Shrek, Madagascar, and The Lost World. Transformers, Waterworld, Sesame Street, and The Mummy are just some of the most visited sites, which you can visit without limits when you use the Universal Express Pass.
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