Chinatown, Singapore
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Overall rating
4.3 / 5
based on 929 reviews

This was an incredibly fun excursion the day after landing in Singapore. Was a excellent way to see a little of the sights and Florence our guide was a treat. The Merlion was every bit amazing as I had expected and the view of the Marina Bay Sands was something else as it stood in the distance. The Thian hock keng temple was beautiful! The Orchid Garden a real treat, 45 mins wasn’t enough time to explore a fraction but gave enough of a taste to want to go back and explore the botanical gardens as well. Little India was a great way to end the tour and watching the tea pouring was enjoyable I would throughly recommend everyone do this tour, it was run by tour east Asia and they collected us from our hotel and dropped us back off as well. 5/5 ⭐️

Singapore: Half-Day City Tour with Hotel Transfer Reviewed by

A very interesting tour.I would not have had the courage to try the street-food on my own.The guide was very informative and very helpful, explaining what food we were eating and how it was prepared .

Singapore: 3.5-Hour Chinatown Food Adventure Reviewed by

it was a nice and quick way to explore the city it would have been nice to have a little bit longer to take pictures and explore around the merlion but its still an amazing experience all the same

Singapore: Half-Day City Tour with Hotel Transfer Reviewed by

Nice tour with a lovely informative guide, marred by not being picked up at the meeting point. Tour company came for us when we rang and took us to join the coach

Singapore: Half-Day City Tour with Hotel Transfer Reviewed by

Excellent tour, very friendly and helpful guide. Much Information about the food, the locations, but also about culture and history. We enjoyed very much!

Cover photo: Fabio Achilli, CC BY 2.0