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Singapore may be small, but there is a lot to see, do and eat. For the major attractions, 3-5 days are sufficient. With this little time, your exploration should be well planned. One way to do this is to organise your sightseeing by districts or you could save yourself the trouble and follow one of our itineraries.
The 1-day itinerary is a full day of walking, showcasing most of the sights and attractions in the city centre. It covers enough ground to be split up into two days. The 3-day itinerary is a more relaxed plan, with visits to some of the main attractions outside the centre like the Singapore Zoo. The 5-day itinerary covers all important attractions in the centre as well as the major ones outside, like Sentosa and Holland Village. Finally, we have Extension Ideas if you stay longer, with visits to some little-known attractions like Asia Pacific Breweries and the Southern Islands. These are also perfect for weekend daytrips.
Our walking tours lead you through the highlights of every major district. Here are some of the favorites, also see the others below:
Little India Walking Tour: Religious diversity with sightseeing at Abdul Gaffoor Mosque, Kampong Kapor Methodist Church and Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple. And a 'can-you-take-it?' spicy food test.
Orchard Road Walking Tour: With some of the newest malls on Orchard like ION Orchard and Orchard Central, the highest mall in Singapore. Also takes in some cultural sights and the famous Botanic Gardens.
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The Southern Ridges as its name suggests, is a 9-kilometre nature walk through hilly and low-lying park-terrain on the southern ridges of Singapore. Beginning at Mount Faber, the Southern Ridges track continues through fut... more
If you are in Singapore for a single day only, you can still take in most of the sights in the city centre. The following itinerary involves a full day of walking and can be relatively hectic. It includes enough attraction... more
Our Chinatown Walking Tour will lead you through the heart of the historic Chinatown district, taking in the popular tourist spots around Pagoda Street and the beautiful temples on Telok Ayer Street. We'll stop at a food c... more
The River Area is Singapore's prime dining and nighlife area. Our tour will bring you along the three quays and take in some sights along the way. A word of caution: Try not to have a beer in every bar that you will pass b... more
1 Fans, Easy (if you don't drink in every bar), in River Area
It's shopping time! This tour leads you along all the shopping malls on Orchard Road, and we also don't forget about the sights nearby. The Start: The Cathay Our tour begins at the eastern end of Orchard Road at The Cathay... more
This a guided tour on foot for fiction and non-fiction lovers – and anyone else who falls in between. Note that this is mostly a tour of the second-hand bookshops, although mention will be made to a major book retail... more
Our tour starts at the Merlion. No trip to Sentosa would be complete without photos of the iconic Merlion at Sentosa. After taking some photos, head up towards Imbiah Lookout and you will come to Images of Singapore after ... more
Our trip to the northern part of Singapore lets you enjoy Singapore's nature. Except for the Zoo and Night Safari, the places visited are definitely off the beaten track, and you will say you have really seen another Singa... more
Joo Chiat and Katong are traditional Peranakan districts, and you will find many nice, restored shophouses along this neighborhood walk. And don't forget to sample some laksa if you dare! The Start: Geylang Serai Start at ... more
Day 1 Get up early and prepare for a long day of walking! Follow our one day itinerary that packs in most major attractions in the city centre, and brings you from Chinatown via the Central Business District, the River Are... more
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