This tour is a pure treat to your eyes, for the vibrant metropolitan Singapore transforms into a cultural pot of history, on this adventure. Begin your tour with one of Singaporeans favourite past-time - eating. Your guide shall lead you to Chinatown complex, the largest hawker centre in Singapore boasting of 220 stalls. Albeit overwhelming, your tour guide shall be the perfect person to get recommendations of absolute must-haves eats here. You'll enjoy feasting on chicken rice, poh piah (fresh spring roll), and local Chinese delights such as chwee kueh (water rice cake), that's gulped down with freshly crushed, ice cold sugar cane juice.
As you engross in your meal, listen intently to your tour guide, who'll begin by explaining Singapore's short but vibrant history. Once you're done, you'll walk along Chinatown and understand how early migrants came to being and have well assimilated into Singapore. Pass by religious structures, and stop for some ice kacang (shaved ice with red beans and syrup). Continue your tour to Ann Siang Hill, and visit the last remaining wells in modern Singapore, before stopping at Telok Ayer - place where Chinese immigrants entered Singapore.
End your tour by visiting the oldest Chinese temple in Singapore. But not before you sit down for a cup of freshly brewed teh or kopi tarik (pull tea / coffee), and a plate of roti prata (flour dough bread, served with curry). Approach your tour guide for recommendations on absolute must-do things in sunny Singapore.
*Pick-up and drop-off at Chinatown North East line MRT station (inside, near Exit A).
Included: local English speaking guide, food, non-alcoholic drinks.
Children below the age of 6 are not permitted on this tour.