In celebration of Singapore’s independence and progress, these itineraries highlight experiences or locations covering the birth of the nation right through to the present day.
3 Day City tour (A)
Start the first day with a visit to the Padang - a celebration site where Singapore's independence was declared in 1965. This is followed by a tour of the Chinatown district to learn about the history, development and conservation of this unique area. Venture to Bugis Village in the late afternoon for some shopping and when night beckons, the Rhapsody light show awaits you at Gardens by the Bay. The second day focuses on the greening and housing development of Singapore, starting the day with a visit to the Botanic Gardens, a tour of Toa Payoh housing estate and ending with a lifestyle experience at the majestic Marina Bay Sands. The final day of the tour ends with an island hop over to Sentosa for a visit to Universal Studios Singapore and the Trick Eye Museum, followed by some shopping at Orchard Road. The tour ends on a nostalgic note with post dinner drinks at the famous Long Bar at Raffles Hotel.
3 Day City tour (B)
The first day focuses on the Civic district where we start with a view of the Padang, followed by a visit to historical landmarks such as the Singapore River. End the first day with a local dinner at Satay by the Bay. The next day, embark on a journey to the north-west for a stop at the Singapore Zoo, widely regarded as the world’s best rainforest zoo. This is followed by a visit to Gardens by the Bay, dinner at Lau Pa Sat and capping the evening with after-dinner drinks at Clarke Quay, a riverside area with chic F&B outlets. On the last day, begin the morning with a hop over to Sentosa via cable car from Mount Faber, followed by a tranquil lunch at Dempsey Hill. Pick up some uniquely designed souvenirs at Orchard Road and round off the tour with a pre-dinner dink – the iconic Singapore Sling at the Long Bar, Raffles Hotel.
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