Tips
1) Participants' information is required during registration.
2) Please show Tour Card when getting on the bus. Please take care of your Tour Card as it is the only access to the tour.
3) Please follow the arrangement of the guide. Participants are not allowed to leave the team without permission.

Singapore One-Day Group Tour Itinerary
◆ 08:30 - Meet at Holiday Inn Express Singapore Novena
     Gather at the hotel lobby, ready for a day filled with adventure and discovery.
◆ 09:00 - Departure from Hotel
     Board our comfortable transport and set off to uncover the gems of Singapore.
◆ 09:30 - Visit to Merlion Park
     Arrive at the iconic Merlion Park, where you can snap pictures with the famous Merlion statue, symbolizing Singapore's history and its role as a port city.
◆ 10:00 - National Museum of Singapore
     Immerse yourself in the nation's heritage at the National Museum. Explore exhibits that narrate Singapore's transformation from a small fishing village to a modern metropolis.
◆ 12:00 - Lunch at Chinatown (Own expense)
     Indulge in a flavorsome lunch break at Chinatown, known for its authentic Singaporean cuisine and bustling street food scene.
◆ 13:30 - Gardens by the Bay
     Venture into the awe-inspiring Gardens by the Bay, featuring the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest. Marvel at the stunning flora and innovative sustainable architecture.
◆ 16:30 - Return Journey to Hotel
     Conclude your visit to Gardens by the Bay and relax on the return journey to your hotel, reflecting on the day's fascinating experiences.

Note: This itinerary is subject to change based on weather conditions and other unforeseen circumstances.

Merlion Park
Nestled at the picturesque Marina Bay, the Merlion Park stands as an emblematic landmark that encapsulates the essence of Singapore's identity. This iconic park is home to the Merlion, a mythical creature with the head of a lion and the body of a fish, which has become synonymous with the city-state itself. Unveiled in 1972, the Merlion statue, standing at 8.6 meters tall and weighing over 70 tons, spouts water from its lion’s mouth into the Singapore River, symbolically representing the nation's past as a fishing village and its original name, "Singapura," meaning "Lion City" in Malay.

The park offers visitors not only a photo opportunity with the iconic statue but also breathtaking views of Singapore's modern skyline. It is more than just a tourist destination—it's a celebration of Singapore's history, its progress, and its aspirations, all encapsulated in a single, majestic sculpture.

National Museum of Singapore
The National Museum of Singapore, a majestic architectural gem nestled in the heart of the city, stands as a testament to the nation's rich tapestry of history and culture. Established in 1887 as the Raffles Library and Museum, it is the country's oldest museum and a significant cultural and historical landmark. Boasting a blend of neo-classical façade and contemporary design elements, the museum invites visitors into a world where the past meets the present. Its galleries, including the Singapore History Gallery and the Life in Singapore.
Through interactive installations, multimedia displays, and a vast collection of artifacts spanning history, art, archaeology, and more, the National Museum offers visitors a deep dive into the diverse threads that make up Singapore's unique identity.
With each step through its halls, the National Museum of Singapore brings to life the stories that have shaped the nation, offering a profound understanding of Singapore's place in the world and its aspirations for the future.


Chinatown
Chinatown stands as a living testament to the city-state's multicultural fabric, where traditional and modern elements interweave to create a unique and captivating experience. Lined with restored shophouses showcasing a fusion of Chinese baroque and Straits-Chinese architecture, Singapore's Chinatown presents a visual feast of colors, patterns, and motifs. Here, you'll find a treasure trove of shops selling everything from traditional Chinese medicine and herbs to delicate handicrafts, souvenirs, and authentic Chinese delicacies.

Food is central to the Chinatown experience, with hawker centers and restaurants serving up an array of mouthwatering dishes that reflect the diversity of Chinese cuisine, including dim sum, Hokkien mee, and the ever-popular Hainanese chicken rice.

Beyond its culinary delights, Singapore's Chinatown is home to significant religious sites such as the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum, Thian Hock Keng Temple, and Sri Mariamman Temple, highlighting the spiritual practices and cultural integration that define the community.

Gardens by the Bay
Gardens by the Bay, a horticultural oasis in the midst of Singapore's urban landscape, is a testament to the city's commitment to sustainability and innovation. Nestled along the Marina Bay waterfront, this award-winning garden spans over 101 hectares, offering a mesmerizing fusion of nature, art, and technology.
At its core stand the iconic Supertrees, towering vertical gardens reaching up to 50 meters tall, adorned with a stunning display of flowering climbers, ferns, and epiphytes. An elevated walkway, the OCBC Skyway, connects some of these Supertrees, providing visitors with a panoramic view of the gardens and the surrounding cityscape.
Step into the Flower Dome, the world's largest glass greenhouse, and be transported to different floral wonderlands as you explore changing displays of plants and flowers from Mediterranean climates. Adjacent lies the Cloud Forest, a mystical indoor mountain clads in dense vegetation and featuring the world's tallest indoor waterfall, cascading amidst a lush, cool-climate ecosystem., where visitors descend into the cool-moist conditions of a tropical montane forest, learning about biodiversity and conservation.


Let's create a memorable Singapore story together!