Did you know that Singapore has so much for to offer than Singapore city tours? This exciting city has a loads of different Singapore activities portfolio. You can be sure that you will find something suitable for you! For example, have you heard of the Mega Adventure Park out in Sentosa? THE place to be for adrenalin junkies and people that love climbing outdoors.
When you are on a tour with your Singapore tour guide, they will show you many “must-sees” around Singapore. However, a closer look will open up the many hidden gems on a Singapore sightseeing tour such as the “Fountain of Wealth”. This interesting water display is listed by the Guinness Book of Records in 1998 as the largest fountain in the world. It is located in one of Singapore's largest shopping malls, Suntec City.
This symbol of wealth and life has different show times. So if you are looking for things to do in Singapore at night, visit Suntec City and the Fountain of Wealth!
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Singapore is known for many things - one of them is being multicultural. As such Singaporeans have adopted holidays from various backgrounds. The next one coming up is Hari Raya Aidilfitri, which marks the end of Ramadan. Should you be in Singapore during the month leading to Hari Raya, one of the things to do in Signapore is dropping by Geylang Serai to enjoy the festival light-ups. It is typically along Sims Avenue and Changi Road, in between Paya Lebar and Eunos MRT stations. Additionally on your Singapore city tour, you can visit a bazaar and attend weekly cultural programmes to experience the festive vibes.
So if you are looking for things to do in Singapore, don’t miss out the delicious Hari Raya desserts, particularly the 'kueh' (cakes). Try the 'ondeh-ondeh', chewy balls with gooey palm sugar centres that explode in the mouth, or 'putu piring', steamed rice cakes with sweet grated coconut.
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No doubt, Singapore has a long and rich history. From the first settlement in the 14th Century throughout British colonisation, Second World War and finally becoming the Republic of Singapore in 1965. You will find a lot of artefacts from these different eras around Singapore. One of the famous ones is “The Battlebox”. Built in 1936, the Battlebox is a former WWII British underground command centre that was part of the headquarters of the army that defended Singapore in WWII. This is the place where the British made the decision to surrender Singapore to the invading Japanese on 15 February 1942.
So if you are looking for things to do in Singapore and are a history buff, get yourself a private car tour Singapore and check out the Battlebox!
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Every year TripAdvisor gives a Certificate of Excellence, based on the consistently great reviews that a company gets. This year we are having a double celebration; not only did we get a Certificate of Excellence for Hello Singapore Tours, Hello Hong Kong Tours - our team in Hong Kong - reached the Hall of Fame with TripAdvisor for receiving a Certificate of Excellence 5 years consecutively!
Here is a message from Laura, our founder and speaker on the Arival Conference:
I am immensely proud to share this TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence for Hello Singapore. Our amazing team of guides and office staff wholeheartedly deserve this recognition. Thank you to everyone that took the time to write us a review this past year. It's because you that we all get to continue doing what we love every day!
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Have you ever thought of an island getaway for your Singapore excursions? Wait, what? Escape and island for an island? Yup!!!
The manmade island of Sentosa is the best place to have fun on Singapore tours. Guests of all ages are really spoilt for choice in terms of what to do. Attractions include the world famous Universal Studios, iFly Singapore, Cable Cars, MegaZip Adventure Park and don’t forget the tropical beaches and the water tours Singapore! If you don’t want to stay on the mainland on your Singapore tours, you will find plenty of great places to stay at Sentosa. The major point in Sentosa’s favour is its proximity to downtown Singapore. This means you can go on Singapore excursions but at the end of the day, you have your little island that feels like a whole different world!
Singapore tours are not complete if you have not walked the full length of Orchard Road to take in the over 20 shopping malls! Whether you are on “shop till you drop” Singapore trips, or would just like to be a part of the hustle and bustle, especially on the weekend, there’s no doubt that this area is one of the finest shopping destinations in Asia. Orchard Road’s humble beginnings date back to the early 1830s when it was an unnamed road home to fruit orchards, nutmeg plantations and pepper farms. In 1958, the first department store—TANGS—was set up by local merchant C.K. Tang. Orchard Road’s bustling boulevard is now a retail and dining paradise, with over 5,000 establishments offering the ultimate lifestyle experience to tourists and locals alike.
Little India is an ethnic district in Singapore and one of the places you will see on the Singapore car tours. It is located east of the Singapore River—across from Chinatown, located west of the river—and north of Kampong Glam - very easy to reach on Singapore tour. Both areas are part of the urban planning area of Rochor. Little India is commonly known as Tekka in the Indian Singaporean community.
No Singapore tour is complete if you have not added Chinatown to your list of things to do in Singapore! Once an enclave for Singapore’s Chinese immigrant population, the Chinatown of today is much-beloved for its blend of old and new on a Singapore city tour. With historic temples and traditional medicinal halls sitting alongside bold new bars and trendy lifestyle shops. Chinatown is a great place to visit during and after your private tours Singapore!
Without a doubt, our little island made some dramatic transformation over the centuries as your Singapore tourist guide will be able to confirm. Singapore’s rapid evolution has been accompanied by remarkable physical transformation, with skyscrapers and other iconic structures emerging to create a distinctive city skyline. When you on private tours Singapore visit the Singapore City Gallery to see for yourself a documentation of the nation's planning challenges and effort in over ten thematic areas, with more than 50 audiovisual and interactive exhibits spanning three floors.Ask your Singapore tour guide about one of the key attractions - the massive architectural model that gives you a bird's eye view of the city centre, which comes alive with a light and sound show. You will also see future plannings for Singapore and maybe the next time you want to come for a Singapore city tour, you will discover some new attractions!