• Marina Bay View Singapore

Tours in Singapore

Tours in Singapore allow you to explore the colonial history, luxury hotels and beautiful gardens the city is well known for. See more than one country on your Singapore tour, with excellent rail, cruise routes and airline connections from this cosmopolitan hub. Choose from one of our suggested itineraries below or call our Destination Specialists and book a tailor made tour.

The excellent transport links in the city allow you to experience a historic, luxury train tour of Singapore. The Eastern & Oriental Express Bangkok to Singapore begins in Bangkok, taking you through the landscapes of Thailand and Malaysia before finishing in Singapore. Tour the River Kwai, old palaces and mosques of Malaysia and more before finishing in Singapore after ten days. Take a guided tour of the city and its famous hotels, try a delicious Singapore Sling cocktail at Raffles Hotel, indulge in Michelin starred menus from a skyscraper or enjoy designer shopping. Alternatively, you can begin your tour in Singapore before making your way to Bangkok on a luxury Eastern & Oriental Express Singapore to Bangkok.

The city of Singapore is set at the end of the Malayan Peninsula, making it the perfect place to begin a cruise. The 18 day Seven Seas Voyager Asia Cruise allows you to begin your holiday with a visit to the markets and luxury malls of Singapore before heading off on a luxury cruise around Asia, ending back in Singapore. On returning, visit iconic Raffles Hotel and The Mandarin Oriental, where you can try exquisite pan-Asian dishes, relax by the swimming pool or enjoy a luxury massage.


Destination Manager

“If you don’t choose to stay at the iconic Marina Bay Sands hotel, you can still visit the incredible viewing platform for S$23. Although only hotel guests are permitted in the super Instagramable infinity pool.”


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“One of the most memorable parts of my trip was having breakfast with the orangutans at Singapore Zoo. The Ah Meng Restaurant hosts a buffet breakfast every day, which the orangutans visit between 9.30am and 10am.”


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“If you’re not sure where to eat – and you’ll be spoilt for choice in this foodie capital – head to CHIJMES on Victoria Street, a former convent that has been converted into a cool space with bars, restaurants and events.”

By far the best way to get around is the MRT, which stands for Mass Rapid Transit. It’s easy to navigate, clean and comfortable, and incredibly efficient with trains running every few minutes from 5.30am until midnight. Taxis are also affordable and convenient, as is the bus network.

The majority of Singaporeans, regardless of ethnicity, are bilingual English speakers. The other main languages spoken include Mandarin Chinese, Bahasa Malay, and Tamil.

Singapore is actually great to visit all year round, with consistently hot, sunny weather. It’s located near the equator and so has a typical tropical climate. There are, however, two monsoon seasons to be mindful of, from December to early March, and from June to September.

Singapore seamlessly merges Eastern and Western culture, all wrapped up in a vibrant, modern package. Contrast the glittering lights of the city with the UNESCO World Heritage listed Botanic Gardens. And with the MRT public transport system at your disposal, you can explore every aspect of Singapore with the quick, clean and efficient ease this city’s known for.

Why you'll love Singapore...

  • Sipping a Singapore Sling cocktail at the famous Raffles Hotel
  • Taking the obligatory tourist photo of the water spouting dragon statue at Merlion Park
  • Gazing up at the Supertree Grove at Gardens at the Bay 
  • Visiting Kai Kai and Jia Jia, the pandas at River Safari zoo and aquarium 
  • Immersing yourself in culture and art at the National Gallery Singapore
  • Spinning on one of the rollercoasters at Universal Studios Singapore
  • Finding out what nocturnal animals get up to after dark at the Night Safari
  • Experiencing the weird and wonderful sides of Chinese mythology at Haw Par Villa
  • Escaping the city for the quieter island life of Pulau Ubin
  • Hiking the Treetop Walk suspension bridge at MacRitchie Reservoir
  • Discovering the boutique shops down Haji Lane in the trendy Kampong Glam district
  • Exploring the butterfly sanctuary, indoor slide, and rooftop pool at multi- award winning Changi Airport before you leave

Did you know? 

  • The full Singaporean national anthem features in microprint on the S$1,000 note.
  • The Singapore Sling was first created in the Long Bar of Raffles Hotel by NgiamTong Boon, at some point between 1899 and 1915.
  • Singapore is home to the world’s fastest walkers, according to a study conducted by the British Council, and led by acclaimed author and psychologist Professor Richard Wiseman.