City Tour


Esplanade Merlion ParkThe Merlion was first designed as an emblem of the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) in 1964 – the lion head with a fish body resting on a crest of waves quickly became Singapore’s icon to the rest of the world.



Haw Par Villa Built in 1937 by the entrepreneurial and charismatic Aw Boon Haw for his brother Boon Par, How Par Villa is a park filled with statues and dioramas of Chinese folklore. Don’t leave the park without seeing the Laughing Buddha, the Goddess of Mercy and the Ten courts of Hell.Opening Hours: 9.00am to 7.00pm daily



Jurong Bird ParkIt is considered the largest bird park in Southeast Asia. It is also horne to the world’s highest man-made waterfall, dropping from 30 metres, which serves as a spectacular backdrop for the Waterfall Aviary.Opening Hours: 9.00am to 6.00pm daily



This award-winning attraction is the world’s first night zoo. Expose yourself to the nocturnal wildlife… but no worries, down here, you’re still at the top of the food chain. For the faint-hearted, you can just watch the Creatures of the Night show or browse through the animal-themed souvenir shops.Opening Hours: 6.00pm to midnight daily



Raffles Hotel Relieve the 1920s as you experience the quaint charm and elegance of this world-renowned hotel. Embark too on an epicurean journey with a Tiffin Curry buffet lunch or dinner at the Tifin Room. And don’t leave the hotel without sipping the famous Singapore Sling at the Long Bar.



Sentosa The home of world-class leisure and living in Singapore. Where sun-kissed beach haven meets shopping paradise, chic nightlife mingles with the wonders of nature. Everything you could ask for, all on one location. Set on the Southern coast of Singapore, Sentosa is a thriving waterfront hub with something for everyone and any idea of pleasure.



Singapore Botanic GardensThe 147-year old Gardens showcases the most spectacular tropical flora with a collection of more than 10,000 types of plants including the region’s most significant living collection of documented orchids, palms, cycads and gingers. The new facilities at the Tanglin Core include a public reference centre, herbarium, education outreach facilities and a food garden.Opening Hours: 5.00am to midnight daily (National Orchid Garden open from 8.30am to 7.00pm)



Singapore Discovery Centre
Singapore Discovery CentreVisit the refurbished Singapore Discovery Centre and learn more about the key milestone events that shaped Singapore through interactive exhibits. And if you’re up for a fun challenge, why not gather your friends or family and play a game of paintball at Crossfire Paintball?Opening Hours: 9.00am to 6.00pm (Tue – Sun)



A pure white polymarble status of Singapore’s founder, Sir Stamford Raffles, stands proud on the same spot where he had first set foot in Singapore. The original sculpture which was cast in bronze by Thomas Woolner stands outside the Victoria Concert Hall and Theatre.



Singapore Discovery Centre
The whole family will have fun learning science the interactive way at the Science Centre! Mind-boggling exhibits and challenging activities will set your brain into high gear. Adjacent to the Centre is one of the world’s most advanced theatres, the Omniplanetarium, screening Omnimax movies and Planetarium travels. While you’re at it, don’t forget to explore the Kinetic Graden, Asia ’s first outdoor interactive garden of science.Opening Hours: 10.00am to 6.00pm (Tue – Sun & public holiday)Omnimax Opening Hours: 10.00am to 8.00pm (Tue – Sun & public holiday)



The Singapore Zoo This world-acclaimed zoo is known for it’s ‘open’ animal dens. Here, you’ll find the animals in their natural habitats. Gaze at the lions under the shade of trees; come face to face with Polar Bears and Pygmy Hippos; see a jittery meerkat bob it’s head up and down.Opening Hours: 8.30am to 6.00pm daily



Wild Wild WetTake the plunge! Have endless fun in the water. Try Samsung Slide Up from a four-storey high ramp or the Ular-lah- the first raft slide in Southeast Asia.Opening Hours: 1.00pm to 7.00pm (Mon, Wed – Sun & public holiday)


Do call +65 9640 8217 for other locations.