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      Couple posing in front of a fair ride in Singapore
      Couple posing in front of a fair ride in Singapore

      Wondering what to do in Singapore?

      Dubbed the diverse Gateway to Asia, Singapore is a melting pot of cultures from all corners of the globe. Singapore is a concrete jungle in the most literal sense – the city skyline, blanketed in vegetation, is one of the most sustainable (and recognizable) in the world. As a city that prides itself on its eco-friendly status, the things to do in Singapore toggle between the cosmopolitan and the open-air. Everything to love about big city life – glass skyscrapers, swanky bars, gigantic shopping malls – is found here. But head out of town, and things to do in Singapore are a nature-lover’s nirvana, from walking trails to treetop jungle bridges.

      Tourists enjoying a sunny day in Singapore with the Singapore Flyer in the background
      A modern marvel

      It’s no secret that Singapore is an urban wonderland: its iconic skyline formed from over 80 skyscrapers has made it one of the most futuristic cities in the world. With mind-bending structures like the Esplanade and Marina Bay Sands, some of the best things to do in Singapore are exploring the world-famous buildings around every corner. But the city is also a treasure trove of historic architectural relics. Singapore’s storied past is beautifully illustrated by perfectly preserved pre-war public housing, old Art Deco-inspired shophouses, and the century-old Botanic Gardens.

      Tourists and locals waiting for their meals at a hawker center in Singapore
      The capital of street food

      With so many cultures calling Singapore home, the city’s food scene is a collection of the best recipes from around the world (and some quintessentially Singaporean creations). So many things to do in Singapore revolve around food. Maybe you’ll stroll along the downtown area and grab a bite at an upmarket eatery or trendy bar – but the hidden ethnic enclaves are where you’ll truly experience the best of the city’s food. In fact, one of the most thrilling things to do in Singapore is bargaining for bites at hawker centers housed in heritage buildings and no-frill street food stalls.

      Smiling dances at a typical festival scene in Singapore
      Singapore after sunset

      When night falls and the city lights twinkle into life, the list of things to do in Singapore gets longer and the city really starts showing off. Swanky bars and pubs along the waterfront become crowded, and locals gear up to dance the night away at cool clubs. But even if you’re not into the party scene, there are plenty of things to do in Singapore after dark. Stroll through a sky garden lit up by fairy lights, see a mesmerizing laser show, trawl the crisscrossing lanes in Chinatown, or gawk up at the iconic Supertree Grove – vertical gardens that light up magnificently at night.

      Latest reviews from our guests

        Jingle was an awesome guide and host! She knew the city, landmarks, history, and interesting cultural points. She helped us understand so much of Singapore! We were able to see many of the major sites and to learn about daily life in Singapore through the eyes of one of it's citizens. This tour was entertaining, informative, and jam-packed with major sites and neighborhoods. We also walked about 6 miles since most of the tour was on foot and via the amazing subway system. I definitely recommend this tour and this guide. Take this tour, and you will feel like you experienced Singapore in a legitimate way and you will have a memorable time!

        April 2022

        Anthony M

        Our guide was on time and very well versed on Singapore history, customs, and important sites. We enjoyed a half day walking tour of the Central Business District, the Marina Bay Sands and Gardens by the Bay, Chinatown and so much more. It was totally worth it, and the pictures we brought home were fantastic, too.

        April 2022

        Anthony M

        I loved my tour with Priscilla! We worked together to create an itinerary, and she did a great job of helping me make the most of my two days in Singapore. I was traveling alone, so it was nice to have a knowledgeable guide and companion. She showed me how to use the transit, and I was able to pay if forward the next day. Plus, she took suggested photo spots and took my picture, which was a fun add. She even had tickets to sell to me for attractions, so that I wouldn't have to wait in line, which was another added bonus. My only recommendation would be to ask for the additional costs in advance. I ran out of cash by the end of the tour. (There are plenty of ATMs; it wasn't huge deal.)

        March 2020

        Linnae S

        We had a great walk around town. Especially little india and chinatown with many historical backgrounds. Many thanks to Jimmy !!!

        February 2020

        Romeike S

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