Experts in Australia, New Zealand & South Pacific

Singapore Half Day Tour of Sentosa

Great for
  • City sights

Interestingly, Sentosa means ‘peace and tranquillity’ in Malay, seemingly appropriate for this Island which is a hot spot to spend your leisure time. From beaches and nature walks to theme parks and trapeze lessons, if you’re looking to relax or are seeking a thrill then Sentosa Island has it all

From £65 per adult

Singapore Half Day City Tour

Great for
  • City sights

Experience the city’s colonial heritage through Little India, Parliament House and the Supreme Court. Proceed to Chinatown before enjoying a birds’ eye view of the world’s busiest port from Mt. Faber. Visit the National Orchid Garden in the Botanic Garden.

From £20 per adult

Footsteps of Raffles with Light Refreshments

Great for
  • Food & wine
  • Luxury travel
  • Round the world

This tour gives you a true insight to where it all began. Starting at Raffles Landing Site, believed to be where Sir Stamford Raffles first stepped ashore in 1819, progress to an exhibition tracing the history of the Singapore River. Next stop is Raffles Hotel where you will enjoy light refreshments in an area that was once a hive of activity in the 1800s. Afterwards, take a peaceful cruise along the Singapore river and disembark at Clarke Quay, a riverside festival village. 

From £43 per adult

Please Note: Drinks are not included in the tour price. No shorts, sandals without socks and flipflops allowed. Tour runs daily (except for Sunday and Public Holidays) and excludes 24th, 25th, 31st December and 1st January. Tour runs between 1.30pm until 6.30pm and lasts 4 hours 30 minutes in total. Raffles is currently closed for refurbishment until October 2018.

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