4 Guided Tours To Rediscover Singapore Afresh

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Whether you’re a history buff, heritage enthusiast, culture vulture or foodie, there’s a tour for each one of you. Put yourself in a tour guide’s capable hands and delve deeper into Singapore’s hidden gems, colourful neighbourhoods, historical sites and culinary culture.

Here are 4 value-for-money tours that reveal Singapore afresh.

Little Nyonya’s Kitchen Culinary Adventure Tour

$115 (usual price: $125)
English-speaking guide
Includes supper + FREE Kampong Glam – Walk To the Past Experiential Trail + FREE $200 discount coupons

Photo: Wok ‘n’ Stroll

Conducted by Wok ‘n’ Stroll, this half-day culinary tour takes you around Joo Chiat Road to sample some of the best Peranakan dishes. You’ll also get to explore Geylang Serai Market, as well as see the colourful architecture and shophouses in the neighbourhood.

Singapore Heritage Tour

$69 (usual price: $77); free for kids under 2 years old
English- or Chinese-speaking guide
FREE Telok Ayer – Past & Present Experiential Trail + FREE $200 discount coupons

Photo: Singapore Tourism Board

Conducted by Global Events Management & Travel, this three-hour historical tour offers a deeper insight into Singapore’s wartime history. Landmarks featured include Anderson Bridge, Battle Box, Civilian War Memorial and Fort Canning Park.

The Cultural Tour

$95 (usual price: $110)
English- or Chinese-speaking guide

FREE Chinatown – A Melting Pot of Culture Experiential Trail + FREE $200 discount coupons

Photo: Xiang Long Holidays

Conducted by Xiang Long Holidays, this one-day tour covers Singapore’s ethnic quarters (Chinatown, Kampong Glam and Little India) and the Singapore River precinct. The tour starts from Bugis MRT Station.

The Jubilee Walk Tour

$35 (usual price: $45)
English-speaking guide

Includes portable audio guide system for every participant + FREE Chinatown – A Melting Pot of Culture Experiential Trail + FREE $200 discount coupons

Photo: A + B Tours & Travel

Conducted by A + B Tours & Travel, this two-hour tour showcases historic and iconic attractions along Jubilee Walk that connect the past, present and future elements of the Singapore story. Attractions featured include wall murals on Hill Street, Forbidden Spring Historical Garden, Spice Garden and ASEAN Sculpture Garden. The tour starts at Fort Canning MRT Station.