Despite Singapore for being well-known as the ‘Little Red Dot’, one of the smallest countries in the world, her continual progression had made her one of the most popular places to visit. Singapore is a cosmopolitan city with several new attractions instantly amazes visitors and even her own people. In these 4 hours, explore the fascinating concrete jungle in the comfort of our premium limousines.
Let us start the tour the Esplanade, also known as the ‘Durian’, is where most art and musical activities are held. Next we will travel along the Marina Bay to the Merlion Park, home to our national icon Merlion. It is a must to take snapshots to prove your visit to Singapore.
Next stop we will turn into the Marina Bay Sands, the biggest hotel in Singapore. One of the highlight is the Sands Sky Park offering a 360 degrees’ view of Singapore. Moving downwards, you will notice The Art-Science Museum with the shape resembling a lotus. Beside it is the Helix Bridge which looks like the structure of human DNA, after which is the Youth Olympic Park in commemoration of the inaugural of Youth Olympic Games hosted by Singapore.
Next we will drive round the enormous Fountain of Wealth at the centre of Suntec City Mall. Last stop will be the place when Sir Stamford Raffles first step foot in Singapore. Around here, you will also be able to look at the Empress Place and the Asian Civilisations Museum. More details...
Though Singapore is relatively new, there are enough history and culture that attract tourists to explore and understand. Within the 4 hours tour, be ready for abundant cultural and historical treasures to entertain and captivate you.
The tour starts by picking you up from your hotel anywhere in the city area. You will proceed directly to Asian Civilisations Museum where you travel down the path of history. In here you can explore the show cast of ancient artefacts from the past five millennia. Next discover the unique hybrid culture of Peranakans, whom are the descendants of early Chinese and South-Indian communities, in the Peranakan Museum.
End the tour in National Museum of Singapore, the largest in Singapore. Admire the splendour architectural exterior while visiting the wide range of galleries within. More details...