2-Day Adventure in Singapore
Explore the Lion City and celebrate its melting pot of cultures
Trip TypePrivate Tour - Minimum 2 Guests
Each trip is priced individually - trips differ in the number of people, selected hotels, and attractions
Follow us on a two-day adventure around the Lion City – the largest port of Southeast Asia – to see Singapore at its best. We will take you on a Singapore River cruise to witness a paranomic view of the entire city. Later on, you can compare that view with the Singapore’s skyline from the 57th floor on Marina Bay Sands! To highlight the country's diverse heritage, our program will also take you to the multicultural hubs of Chinatown and Little India. Don’t miss out on this essential itinerary to see, feel, and eat your way through amazing Singapore!
Entry tickets to all attractions mentioned in the program
Meals, listed in the detailed itinerary
Local, English-speaking guides
What's not included
Tips for services
Singapore tourist visa
Other expenses that are not included in the itinerary
- Visit historical landmarks of Singapore’s Colonial District
- Embrace the multicultural ambience in Little India and Chinatown
- Learn about the history of Singapore at the Raffles Landing Site
- See the best native and exotic flora at the Singapore Botanic Gardens
- Get to the 57th floor of Marina Bay Sands and soak in the stunning views
- Cruise along the Singapore River on a traditional bumboat
- See the Supertrees and fascinating tropical vegetation at Gardens by the Bay
Singapore Botanic Gardens
Marina Bay Sands
Gardens by the bay
Begin your one-day trip in Singapore with a visit to the Civic and Colonial District. See the historical landmarks such as the Old Parliament House, Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall, and Singapore Cricket Club. Of course, we cannot miss taking photos with the Merlion Statue and taking in the views of Marina Bay at the Merlion Park.
Continue your journey to the vibrant and dynamic Little India district, to wander around and take in the vibrant colors, aromas, and sounds of this unique Singaporean neighborhood.
Next, we'll visit the bustling Chinatown. Explore a line-up of goldsmith shops, Chinese medical stores, tea houses, and many more stalls run by Chinese residents to see how the Chinese culture is embedded in Singapore.
After lunch, it’s time to visit the famous Gardens by the Bay - a landmark that simply cannot be missed. This site is a true reflection of the country's focus: nature and technology. Walk around open areas, stroll through the 22-meter-high footbridges connected by the Supertrees, and visit two gardens, enclosed under air-conditioned glass domes. The first one is the Flower Dome - an eternal spring garden with plants from Mediterranean climate, Australia, South America and Africa. The second garden is the fabulous Cloud Forest featuring a tropical mountain climate. This is where you can find vegetation growing at up to 2000m above sea level, as well as a breathtaking waterfall and paths leading through clouds.
As the sun sets, we will watch the city come alive as the vertical gardens light up with colors. Of course we cannot miss the world-famous sound and light show of Garden Rhapsody. Get ready to be amazed!
Now we will draw your attention to the urban jungle and modern skyscrapers skyline of Singapore. We'll head to the Marina Bay Sands Skypark Observation Deck to get a paranomic bird-eye view of the impressive Lion City.
To end the night, let's enjoy a scenic boat ride along the Singapore River. You'll board a bumboat - a traditional Singaporean cargo craft - to admire the full cityscape, from the majestic Central Business District to the modern symbols, such as the Merlion or Esplanade. Along the river you'll also get to see the classic colonial architecture as well as historical bridges built more than a century ago.
Today we will explore the Lion City like a local: with public transport! The MRT (metro) system in Singapore offers utmost flexibility and convenience for travelers to use and reach the nooks and crannies of the city. Along the way we will get to know the deep roots of this city-state's fascinating culture and history.
We'll begin at Cavenagh Bridge and reach Raffles Landing Site where Sir Stamford Raffles is believed to have first set foot in Singapore in 1819. Learn about his life and contributions to the building of the country's thriving economy.
From here, we will walk by the heart of Singapore - the Colonial District, and admire the neo-Palladian establishments: the former Parliament House and Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall. We'll make a stop at the iconic Merlion Statue and enjoy the magnificent view of Marina Bay.
Next, we will take the MRT to the historic district of Chinatown. Here, you'll find traditional trades and crafts that have been passed down for generations such as calligraphy, acupuncture, medicine. And of course we cannot miss a visit to the oldest Hindu temple in Singapore - Sri Mariamman Temple.
We will then travel to the famous Clarke Quay. Take your time to explore this historical landmark and absorb the futuristic atmosphere of Singapore's Central Business District.
Around noon, we will go to a hawker center to have lunch and then take public transport back to the hotel for a short rest.
In the afternoon we will visit the Singapore Botanic Gardens - an over 160-year-old attraction recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. We will guide you through the lavish greenery of the Marsh Garden and the Ginger Garden. Don't miss out the National Orchid Garden with its extensive display of award-winning species and hybrids of orchids.
Finally, depending on your preferences, choose to either tour the 10-acre patch of rainforest and cross the Palm Valley; or just have a stroll along the rainforest to end at the Visitor Center. Upon completing the visit, we will take you back to the hotel or to a destination of your choice in the city.