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1 Day Tour in Singapore

Discover the captivating dynamism of the Lion City - Singapore

1 day Singapore tour
  • Trip Type

    Private Tour - Minimum 2 Guests
  • Duration

    1 Day

  • Starting Location


  • Ending location


  • Country


  • Price

    Each trip is priced individually - trips differ in the number of people, selected hotels, and attractions

Singapore - Where East meets West

Discover Singapore's splendors in just one day! Our well-planned itinerary will take you from the iconic Marina Bay Sands to the city-state's most-loved attractions such as the Gardens by the Bay, the Singapore River, and hidden gems in Chinatown. Get a taste of Singapore's diverse cultural heritage, futuristic vibes, and natural beauty in this essential itinerary.

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What's included

  • Entry tickets to all attractions mentioned in the program

  • Meals, listed in the detailed itinerary

  • Local, English-speaking guides 

  • Local transportation


What's not included

  • Tips for services
  • International flights
  • Tourist insurance 
  • Other expenses that are not included in the detailed itinerary

Experience Highlights

  • Discover Colonial District, Little India, and Chinatown - the very heart of Singapore
  • View the city skyline from Marina Bay Sands Skypark Observation Deck 
  • Visit the fascinating Gardens by the Bay - the home to a vast collection of over 1.5 million plants from every corner of the world
  • Watch the Garden Rhapsody light and sound Show at the Supertree Grove
  • Board a traditional bumboat and cruise the Singapore River 
  • Experience Singapore's ultimate culinary delight - a chance to try local signature dishes such as Laksa and Hainanese Chicken Rice.
Gardens by the Bay



Let's start our Singapore adventure with a visit to the Civic and Colonial District. In this area, you will find historical landmarks such as the Old Parliament House, Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall, and Singapore Cricket Club. Upon reaching the Merlion Park, don't forget to take photos with the iconic Merlion Statue and enjoy the impressive views of Marina Bay

To truly experience Singapore's cultural diversity, let's move on to the dynamic Little India district. Spend some time exploring the neighborhood and take in the upbeat vibe, vibrant colors, and irresistable aromas of the local community. 

Next, we will stop by Chinatown. This famous neighborhood is a must-visit with a wide array of interesting destinations. Browse through goldsmith shops, Chinese medical halls, calligraphy stalls, and other Chinese establishments to see how the Chinese culture is embedded in Singapore. 


After lunch, we will head to the famous Gardens by the Bay - one of the most photogenic spots in Singapore. This is where you will find the Supertree Grove55-meter constructions resembling towering trees. This place is a reflection of the country's ideology, finding a balance between nature & technology. 

Here you will also find the fascinating Flower Dome - a breathtaking garden with plants from the Mediterranean region, Australia, South America, and even Africa. There's also the impressive Cloud Forest where you can marvel at the 35-meter tall indoor waterfall and aerial walkways leading through the clouds. 


Fall in love with the futuristic beauty of Singapore as the city transforms into a magical wonderland at night. The Marina Bay is the focal point for visitors to see the glamor comes alive. As the night falls, get ready to be mesmerized with the signature Garden Rhapsody light & sound show at the Gardens by the Bay.  

After the show, take in the breathtaking outlook of the Singapore waterfront at the birds-eye view from the top of the Marina Bay Sand Skypark Observation Deck. This is where you can check out the 360-degree view of the radiating Singapore skyine during nightfall.

To end the perfect day-out, we save the best for last: a dreamy boat ride along the Singapore River. Have you heard of a bumboat? It's a traditional Singaporean cargo boats used in the 19th-20th centuries. We will board the bumboats to cruise along the banks, see the riverside spectacles built more than a centry ago, and simply admire the cityscape.

Buddha Tooth Relic Temple Chinatown Singapore
Singapore frog porridge
Lau Pa Sat
Singapore seafood soup hokkien mee
Peranakan Houses
Singapore 6

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