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  • A Tour of Singapore to Experience Local Culture
  • English/Chinese Tour Guide Assistance
  • Pick Up and Drop Off Transfer
  • Pastry (Yakun, Teh Tarik, Ice Cream with Bread)
  • Sands Skypark – Admission Ticket




(min 4 pax to go)


(Morning time: 9AM-1PM) - 4hrs tour


Meet-up Point:


Telok Ayer MRT (in Infront of Cheers Shop) Station (DT18) is an underground station along the Downtown Line (DTL) Stage 1, bordering the Chinatown, China Square, and Raffles Place planning subzones.


Ya Kun Kaya Toast (Far East Square) is a mass-market, retro-inspired coffee shop chain based in Singapore, that specializes in toast food, semi-cooked poached eggs, and coffee. One of the must-eat and must-visit foods in Singapore is local breakfast for Singaporeans.


Thian Hock Kheng Temple Singapore’s oldest Chinese temple is steeped in heritage and is a must-visit for history aficionados and those curious about the oriental culture.


Little India is a lively historic district that showcases the best of Singapore's Indian community, from its vibrant culture to its incredible shopping. Fill your taste buds with the South Indian drink teh tarik (Malay for pulled tea). Try observing the hot milk tea "pulled" by the tea brewer - it's amazing showmanship. Visit the rainbow-coloured Tan Teng Niah House, one of the last remaining Chinese villas in Singapore.


Civic District A walk down to the past, Civic District where Singapore’s historical, architectural, and cultural heritage started. There are some ice cream stalls outside the ACM, you can enjoy ice cream treats as you journey. Meet the myth, Merlion Park. Local legend and globally-recognised icon.


Last Point:


SkyPark Observation Deck Located 56-storey up from the heart of the Marina Bay area, the SkyPark Observation Deck boasts scenic views of the panoramic vistas of Marina Bay and Singapore’s world-class cityscape.


HAVE FUN SINGAPORE TOUR (min 4 pax to go)

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