Places to cover:
Chinatown, National Orchid Garden, Little India and Parliament House.
Our English Speaking guide will meet you at your Singapore City Area Hotel lobby at 9:00 am. Your first stop will be Chinatown.
Chinatown Singapore is a vibrant and culturally rich neighborhood that is definitely worth visiting. It offers a unique blend of Chinese heritage and modernity, making it a must-visit for tourists.
The bustling streets are lined with traditional shop houses, where you can find a wide array of authentic Chinese cuisine, traditional Chinese medicine shops, and souvenir stores.
The highlight of Chinatown is the Sri Mariamman Temple, the oldest Hindu temple in Singapore, which showcases stunning architecture and intricate sculptures.
Nearby attractions include the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, where you can learn about Buddhism and admire the impressive Buddha tooth relic, as well as the vibrant Maxwell Food Centre, known for its delicious local street food.
Next you’ll head to National Orchid Garden. Explore the diversity of orchids with volunteer guides. Take in the beauty of over 1,000 species and 2,000 hybrids of orchids, the product of the Gardens’ orchid breeding programmed.
Singapore Botanic Gardens is the first and only tropical botanic garden on the UNESCO’s World Heritage List. It is divided into different sections – the historic gardens of Tanglin, the bustling attractions of the Central area and the education and discovery zone of Bukit Timah. Take a stroll and find an array of botanical and horticulture attractions, as well as an amazing worldwide collection of plants in the garden.
Located within include the National Orchid Garden which has the world’s largest orchid display, boasting some 60,000 plants and orchids, more than 1,000 different species and another 2,000 hybrid orchids on display. The distinctive feature is the gorgeous four separate color zones of orchid display, each with a complementary mix of colors to signify the four seasons.
Then you will visit Little India. The colorful neighborhood makes it one of Singapore’s most vibrant places. It’s heaven for food lovers as the best Indian food is available here.
With many Temples, Churches, and mosques taking center stage, Little India is a place of worship for people from all communities. You can find everything you want in the stalls that are set up on either side of the road. It’s also a great place to crack a good bargain.
Some of the best budget accommodation in Singapore is available in Little India. One can go on a non-stop shopping spree at Mustafa Center which is open 24/7.
You’ll continue to Parliament House. The Parliament House of Singapore is an important and significant landmark of the city. Situated in the municipal district of Downtown Core, it is a public and cultural building that has been in function since 1999 and open to public proceedings. The Parliament building is designed in resemblance to a contemporary architectural manifestation of stateliness and authority.
The highlight of Singapore’s Parliament House is the grand entrance hall – featuring a curved marble wall and flanked by two sweeping staircases that lead to the main chamber. The proceedings of the Parliament House is open to the public.
At approximately 12:30 pm, guide will drop you off at the meeting point or your hotel in Singapore where the Private Half Day Singapore City Tour with Botanical Orchid Garden will end.
Children under 3 years old are free of charge (No seat providing and share seat with parents).
For children above 3 years old and higher than 120 cm, adult’s price will be applied.
Not recommended for travelers with back problems.
No heart problems or other serious medical conditions.
We regret to inform you that our tours are not allowed for pregnant travelers due to the physical demands and potential risks involved.
We appreciate your understanding and apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. We encourage expectant mothers to consider alternative tour arrangements that align with their health and safety needs.