Discovering Singapore's must-see sights in a day
Iconic sight of Merlion statue at the scenic Marina Bay
Exploration of famous Singapore colonial sights & landmarks
Exploring vibrant Bugis Street & Arab Street
Transport around the city includes a convenient round-trip
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Hotel pick-up and drop-off (selected Johor City hotels only)
Transport by air-conditioned car or van
English Speaking Driver.
All Admission Tickets
Know Before You Book
Visa is required to enter Singapore or Malaysia for selected countries.(Please keep in mind if you holding single entry visa to malaysia,you are not permitted to re enter the country again)
Please ensure passport has minimum of 6 months validity
Please remember to bring along your passport and Singapore arrival immigration card to exit Singapore
What you can expect
Meet & greet by our friendly tourist guide at your hotel lobby., travel by air-conditioned car,van or coach.
First Visit-River Cruise : The story of Singapore River Cruise begins in 1987. The “Clean Rivers Campaign” of 1983 saw the relocation of bumboats to Pasir Panjang. The familiar painted faces of our Bumboats were due to disappear from its home, until SRC was awarded the tender licence to run river services here – the first also, to operate such services along the river
Second Visit: Merlion Park is located near Marina Bay, Singapore. This park is home to an 8.6 metre-tall and 40 tonne-weight, water-spouting Merlion.
Continued to: Sentosa island is an island resort off Singapore’s southern coast, connected to the city by road, cable car, pedestrian board walk and monorail. By Sentosa Station, Tiger Sky Tower has panoramic views that can stretch as far as Indonesia
On the south coast, Palawan Beach is lined with food stalls and bars, and has a suspension bridge to a small offshore island
Next stop will be :Marina Bay (casino) Opened in 2010 Singapore Marina Bay Sands is part of the mega 5.5 billion resort project, Marina Bay Sands Hotel. But it’s much more than just a hotel and casino; in fact it has everything to become Southeast Asia’s next top entertainment destination. Place your bet, and hope you’re lucky.
Next visit followed: Gardens by the Bay is a nature park spanning 101 hectares of reclaimed land in central Singapore, adjacent to the Marina Reservoir. The park consists of three waterfront gardens: Bay South Garden, Bay East Garden and Bay Central Garden.
Proceed to Bugis Street: Bugis Street Market is one of the biggest, cheapest and probably hottest places to come shopping in the whole of Singapore. Fifty years ago, this now famous shopping district was better known for being Singapore’s centre of seedy night-life.
Next stop will be Arab street & Masjid sultan area: Arab Street will provide a unique shopping experience, even if you are a Singaporean. Some of the shops here are a century old and are run by traditional Muslim families.
Our last stop will be Orchard road: Orchard Road is Singapore’s retail heart, with discount outlets, department stores and upscale boutiques, alongside luxury hotels. Emerald Hill Road is a mix of colourful Chinese baroque houses and casual pubs, while al fresco bars and eateries can be found along nearby Cuppage Terrace.