Singapore is a multicultural masterpiece, small in size but not limited in what it has to offer. Given its compactness, a hop on hop off tour is a great option to navigate the city and get orientated in this breathtaking city-state. From its sky-scraping architecture to its embellished gardens and eclectic food, there is no easy way to decide where to go first when you reach Singapore. The buses provide convenient and all-encompassing access to many corners of the city to make sure you don’t miss a thing!
Below you’ll find our pick of three tours that we think you’ll love, with our choice based on a combination of pricing and former guest reviews. We hope you feel suitably inspired to hop aboard and begin exploring this eastern gem.
FROM: £30/per person
This bus tour has two lines that navigate Singapore’s rivers, gardens and concrete marvels and enable you to see Singapore at your own pace with a 24- or 48-hour hop-on, hop-off bus ticket. Get to know Singapore without having to do any walking and explore heritage sites and museums that cover the city, where you can learn about the city’s rich cultural and historical heritage. Buses depart every 20 minutes, from 8.30 am to 6 pm, with audio in 13 languages to ensure you see as much of the city as you want when you want.
From £28/ per person
Your Big Bus ticket will last an entire day and permits unlimited access to six routes covering Singapore’s key landmarks. Three of these routes are hop on hop off and three are attraction shuttles. There are a variety of ticket types available, making sure there is something that appeals to most groups. You can opt for the one-day Classic Ticket or upgrade to the two-day Premium Ticket, which is 48-hour pass that includes two walking tours to Chinatown and Little India as well as a three-hour guided Night City Tour. Included in the price is also an audio guide filled with informative and entertaining commentary, available in 12 languages.
From £26/ per person
If seeing the city in the cooler evening temperature appeals to you, then hop on the Big Bus Night Tour for a three-hour night tour. Stops include Chinatown where you’ll sample local cuisine, the light show at Gardens by the Bay, and Bugis Street where you’ll taste exotic tropical fruits. This tour has less flexibility as day tours as you’ll be navigating the city as part of a tour group, but it ensures you feel safe and well informed when exploring the city after dark.