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Singapore Chinatown Night Tour: Dinner, Trishaw & Boat Ride

1. Singapore Chinatown Night Tour: Dinner, Trishaw & Boat Ride

Chinatown has also come a long way since the early days when Chinese immigrants made this enclave their home. Filled with a sprawling myriad of shops and eateries, bustling with colourful and exciting activities set against a backdrop of rich history and heritage, Chinatown is not to be missed especially in the evening when everything really comes alive. At a Chinese Medical Hall, learn how Traditional Chinese Medicine helps to regulate your Yin and Yang. From ancient days till modern times, the Chinese have continue with herbs and practices like acupuncture, moxibustion, tai chi and tui na to stay healthy. After dinner at a local Chinese restaurant, wander along the narrow lanes of the Night Market and test your bargaining skills against street vendors selling anything from souvenirs to leather goods.  The highlight of the evening is a trishaw ride that takes you through the alleyways of Chinatown and down to Clarke Quay. There hop onto a bumboat for a cruise along the Singapore River to see Singapore lit up at night, showcasing beautifully restored shop houses, modern skyscrapers of the financial district, colonial buildings and the iconic Merlion statue.

Singapore: Open-Top Bus City and Heritage Sightseeing Tour

2. Singapore: Open-Top Bus City and Heritage Sightseeing Tour

Discover the key sights and landmarks of Singapore from the comfort of an open-top, double-decker bus and take in the best unobstructed perspective that the city has to offer. Your ticket gives you a choice of 2 tours: the yellow ‘City’ and red 'Heritage' route. On the red route, visit the 3 ethnic districts of Singapore – Chinatown, Little India, and Kampong Glam. Discover pre-World War II shophouses, Buddhist temples, and traditional trades. Check out the locations where the hit movie Crazy Rich Asians was filmed, like Marina Bay Sands and Gardens by the Bay. Choose the yellow route if you want to see the best of the modern part of the city, including Clarke Quay, Botanic Gardens, the vibrant Orchard Road, and Marina Bay. Explore cutting-edge architectural works including Esplanade and the National Gallery.

Singapore: Historical Bike Tour with Traditional Snacks

3. Singapore: Historical Bike Tour with Traditional Snacks

Discover the real Singapore on this 20-kilometer route through the city by bike. Visit a typical residential town and market to watch people go about their daily lives. Eat like a Singaporean, sampling local snacks and drinks at a “coffee shop”. See old and new public housing, as well as multi-million dollar riverfront homes.   Then, meander alongside the Singapore River, where trade brought to life a sleepy village town in the 1800s. See historically important landmarks, such as the 100-year-old fire station, museums, and places of worship. Of course, you’ll pay homage to the statue of Sir Stamford Thomas Raffles, the founder of modern Singapore.   Learn how WWII affected Singapore, and see monuments that honor those who suffered. You’ll get to understand the melting pot of people from all over the world who call Singapore home.   Finally, fast forward to the present and admire the ultra-modern business district. Jump right into the action as you cycle right along the Formula 1 route (though at a somewhat slower pace).

Singapore: Singapore River Cruise

4. Singapore: Singapore River Cruise

Explore Singapore's most important landmarks on this river cruise on a bumboat. Learn about the city's spectacular mix of heritage and modern architecture while passing historic monuments, quays, and bridges. Begin the Singapore river cruise where Sir Stamford Raffles first stepped foot onto Singapore, along the northern banks of the Singapore River. Learn about the contrast between the rich and old-world architecture of the quays and the modern skyscrapers in the central business district. See shophouses along the river banks that have been beautifully restored, which now house chic dining and entertainment spots. Discover the grand bridges of Singapore, such as the Cavenagh Bridge, Clemenceau Bridge, and Anderson Bridge. Learn about the pivotal role that the Singapore River has played in Singapore's progress by visiting the various historical landmarks: the Merlion, Raffles Landing Site, and Esplanade.

Singapore: Self-Guided Audio Tour

5. Singapore: Self-Guided Audio Tour

See the best of Singapore as you take advantage of the navigation functionality and suggested walking routes offered by this self-guided audio tour. There's so much to see, do, and explore. Immerse yourself in the culture and history of the city as you check out iconic landmarks including Marina Bay Sands, Gardens by the Bay, the Botanic Gardens, and Singapore Zoo. Make sure you tune in to the audio commentary to hear all about the tourist hotspots. Go at your own pace and take a break whenever you fancy. When you’re ready, plan your next walking route, pinpoint your favorite sights, and seek out the best photo opportunities as you continue to explore the city.

Singapore: Historical Waterway Game Quest & Self-Guide Tour

6. Singapore: Historical Waterway Game Quest & Self-Guide Tour

Be led on an exciting self-guided tour around Singapore and its river while playing a mobile-based quest with your friends and family. Solve the case of a mysterious murder while exploring beautiful scenery and famous landmarks. Download the app, go to the starting point, and begin the adventure. Follow clues as you walk past popular city sites like The Fullerton Hotel and Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall. Unlock secrets about the places you visit as you solve puzzles and guess the answers. Admire the stunning murals of the Coleman Bridge, see one of the tallest skyscrapers at Raffles Place, and discover where creativity meets history at The Arts House. Use the clues to lead you from one site to another. Each clue provides you with exact directions so you won't need a map, GPS, or guide. Complete the tour in about 1.5 hours, however, there’s no time limit, allowing you to go at your own pace. Play as a group or split into smaller groups/teams and compete against the others. Each person can also play on their own, separate from the group, and meet the group at the end of the tour.

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What people are saying about Clarke Quay

Overall rating

4.2 / 5

based on 401 reviews

Singapore River Cruise is excellent! Love the scenery and the ride was smooth with amazing educational information throughout the cruise. Anyone who wants to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city noise, you may want to try this. Very relaxing and calming. Highly recommended!

Great night out Dinner was lovely Trishsw was great fun Thenfinish off the night with a nice relaxing bumboat ride looking at all the lights and scenery.

Excellent 4 hours cycling round Singapore, seeing the sights and hearing about the history and culture of Singapore with tour guide Alfie.

First time booked.. Very good experience sofar easy to book and found good prices and schedule..

Chill n relax The night view that I've always seen looked new.