Meet your driver cum guide at 9:00AM at your hotel in Singapore city or cruise center or Changi Airport.
Our first stop is Arab Street, the smallest of Singapore's ethnic quarters and a pedestrianized tourist market strip with shops hawking all manner of Middle Eastern and Islamic goods. the lively district of Singapore. Have a photo stop at Sultan Mosque and Istana Kampong Glam.
Head to Little India, the lively ethnic Indian district of Singpaore. Stroll through the Indian restaurants and fruit and vegetable stands, and check out Little India Arcade, a bazaar-style shopping area where vendors sell the same things you might find in Mumbai or Delhi. Souvenirs, Indian street snacks or sweets and temporarily tattooed in henna (own expense) are what you can find and try here.
Lunch stop at Chijmes, a 19th-century convent & school. Then board on the bumboat for a leisurely ride on the river cruise will take you past the landmarks of the Rafffles' Landing Site, Asian Civilisations Museum, row of old shophouses along Boat Quay, Fullerton Hotel, Esplanade Singapore, The Merlion Park, Singapore Flyer and the latest attraction Marina Bay Sands Integrated Resort.
Land at Clarke Quay and meet your driver cum guide, you will visit Chinatown next. In the city plan of Stamford Raffles, four ethnic areas were designated for the different ethnic groups. The ethnic Chinese were allocated the area southwest of the Singapore River and Chinatown was born. Within Chinatown, each dialect group occupied distinct areas and built social institutions such as clan associations to serve the collective needs of each dialect group.
With walking distance, you will visit Thian Hock Keng Temple, Singapore’s oldest Chinese Taoist temple; Sri Mariamman Temple, Singapore’s oldest Hindu temple and Buddha Tooth Relic Temple.
Have your dinner at Chinatown's hawker food market then head to Carden by the Bay for its spectacular light and sound show
After a full day trip in Singapore, we believe you know how it works. Get back to your hotel by yourself.