Singapore tours are your chance to see the Lion City in all its glory. This, after all, is a country bursting full of exciting attractions and fun activities, and the city streets are some of the most multiracial and diverse you’ll find anywhere in the world. So take advantage of this fascinating place by exploring it – through half-day or full-day tours.
The Singapore Flyer is a definite must do while Singapore Night Safari is a real treat for the whole family.This Singapore tours section also has visits to Universal Studios, the place to meet your heroes and go on white-knuckle rides, while Sentosa Island – an entire island devoted to pleasure and fun – is a barrelful of excitement and laughter.
To see more, explore and tour Singapore and check our our ‘top 9 tours in Singapore’ below.
- Sentosa Island Tour:
Take it easy – see fabulous Sentosa Island at leisure. Asia’s favourite playground is all yours to explore, from the impressive Merlion to any number of attractions and displays, underwater marvels, two top-class golf courses, Dolphin Lagoon – where you get to meet these intelligent and loveable creatures – and take in 360 degree views of the city.
- Universal Studios Singapore:
Based on the magical island of Sentosa, Universal Studios is quite simply a movie-lover’s dream come true. Ride the roller coasters, meet your favourite movie characters, choose from six exciting hotels and dine out in super fun restaurants. Talking donkeys, death-defying stunts, fascinating shows and the most colourful, fun place – all this is Universal Studios on Sentosa Island.
- Singapore City Tour:Come and discover multilingual, multiracial and multicultural Singapore on the Singapore City Tour. Explore the city-state’s colourful and impressive history and witness its vibrant and energetic daily life. Take in the financial district, the famous Botanical Gardens and the oldest Hindu Temple in Singapore, the magnificent Sri Mariamman Temple and much, much more.
- Singapore Flyer & Night Tour:
Experience all the best of old and new Singapore. This combined tour takes you high up into the sky with a 35-minute ride in the Singapore Flyer, the world’s largest observation wheel. Continue on a night tour along a multi-cultural route, starting at the Mustafa Centre in Little India, passing through Chinatown, before ending with a ‘Bumboat ride’ – on a traditional Junk.
- Singapore Night Safari Experience:
Singapore’s celebrated Night Safari is home to over 1,200 animals – most of which are nocturnal – affording you the opportunity to observe them in a natural setting. You’ll be able to see over 110 exotic species in the safari’s 40 hectares of secondary jungle with the Seletar Reservoir providing a beautiful backdrop. This is a perfect family activity and is safe and makes for great holiday memories.
- Singapore Attractions Pass:
See and do more while in Singapore with the See Singapore Attractions Pass. Combining value and convenience, the pass offers several benefits and grants you access to participating attractions, including the Singapore Flyer, Singapore Zoo, Night Safari, Underwater World Singapore, The Original Singapore Walks®, Singapore River Cruises and many more.
- Singapore Night Tour:
Nighttime is when Singapore comes to life with mesmeric colours and sights. Retrace the historic route with this 3.5-hr night tour, starting at the Raffles Landing site at the mouth of the Singapore River, then climb aboard a traditional bum boat for a picturesque ride up the river to Clarke Quay. Visit the settlement of the original seafarers to the island at Bugis Village, before arriving at the Raffles Hotel for an encounter with one of colonial Singapore’s magnificent landmarks.
- Jurong Bird Park Tour:
At the Bird Park, you'll find hundreds of exotic birds flitting happily about their daily lives. In fact, there are over 7,000 birds of more than 600 species gathered in this beautiful 20- hectare sanctuary!
- Singapore Zoo Tour:Let us take you on a wild and exciting tour at the Singapore Zoo, where you'll find over 2000 animals from all over the world residing in habitats virtually similar to their own. Than it's "Animal Show Time" with specially trained sea lions and snakes.