Dive into an ocean of ecstasy on the Singapore Tour. Get on the dizzying rides at Universal Studios and dine on top of the world, aboard the swanky observation wheel, the Singapore Flyer. Brace yourself to be dumbfounded by the sheer beauty and rarity of Indoor Cloud Forests and fall in love with charming Little India. Have fun before the sun goes down at China Town and enjoy the water activities at Sentosa Island too.

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Must Do Adventure

  • You will be left squealing and screaming with excitement at the Universal Studios in Singapore. Hit the best rides first, which include Battlestar Galactica: Human vs. Cylon, Revenge Of The Mummy, Transformers: The Ride, Waterworld, Jurassic Park Rapids Adventure, and Shrek 4-D Adventure. There are rides for kids and toddlers, too like.

    Take a tour of the Universal Studios
  • Experience the most panoramic and breathtaking views of Singapore atop the giant observation wheel, the Singapore Flyer. Indulge your family to an exotic dinner at the Singapore Flyer Sky Diner with magnificent sky views of Singapore in sight. Relish the finest champagne too aboard the spacious capsule in the swanky Premium Champagne Flight experience.

    Ride the Singapore Flyer
  • Experience the best representation of Chinese diaspora at Chinatown on the Singapore Tour. Relish the authentic flavors of Chinese and Singaporean cuisine at Maxwell Food Center and then visit Chinatown Complex, the largest and most vibrant center of hawkers at Chinatown. Visit NUS Baba House and Thian Hock Keng Temple too.

    Take a trip to Chinatown

Bucket List Experience

Indoor cloud forest | Bucket List Group Travel

Gardens by the Bay and Indoor cloud forest

Spanning across 250 acres, the Gardens By The Bay is one of the most astonishing tourist destinations of the Singapore Tour. The gardens are located right next to the Marina Reservoir. Of the three waterfront gardens, visit the Bay South, which is the largest and home to the award-winning conservatories and fascinating Supertrees. Check out the colossal, tree-shaped, vertical gardens, known as Supertrees, while strolling across the garden. Take part in the Cloud Walk through the Cloud Forest that leads you to the 35m-tall mountain swathed in tropical vegetation and enveloped in misty clouds.

Little India | Bucket List Group Travel

Little India

Little India is the liveliest and most vibrant of all the ethnic enclaves of Singapore. It seems like a small pocket of ethnic India and consists of beautiful temples, delicious food, and more. Visit the Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple that had escaped unscathed during the air attacks of WWII and then check out Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple that is known for the gatehouse of five tiers. Marvel at the 15m-tall statue of Buddha lit by a thousand fairy lights at Sakya Muni Buddha Gaya Temple at Little India.

Kampong Glam | Bucket List Group Travel

Kampong Glam

Kampong Glam is a beautiful package of Islam culture, mosques, Middle-Eastern cuisine, carpet shops, and Muslim cuisine. Check out the magnificent balustrades and minarets of the mosque, Masjid Sultan at Muscat Street, and take a tour of the neighborhood of Arab Street to check out the fabulous fabric outlets, shops of vintage records, and more. Visit the renowned Malay Heritage Center to check out the various exhibits of the Malay community and take a tour of the Polar Bear Gallery to take a look at the Studio Ghibli movie prints.

Marina Bay Sands Rooftop | Bucket List Group Travel

Marina Bay Sands Rooftop

Take selfies with the Merlion Of Singapore on the trip to Marina Bay Sands. Catch a live theater performance by famous artists at Esplanade-Theaters On The Bay and don’t let fear get in the way of taking the most thrilling ride in the Singapore Flyer, the gigantic observation wheel at the Downtown Core. Take a long walk along the Helix Bridge and shop to your heart’s content at the Shoppes At Marina Bay Sands. Watch out for The Incredible Singapore Light Shows at Marina Bay Sands too.

Sentosa Island | Bucket List Group Travel

Sentosa Island

The trip to Sentosa Island is packed with luxury, excitement, recreation, and so much more. Marvel at the wonders that Universal Studios has to offer and then proceed to explore the deep secrets of the underworld marine life at SEA Aquarium. Have fun with a plethora of thrilling water-based activities at Adventure Cove Waterpark. Catch the award-winning and fascinating outdoor night show of spectacular laser projections, fire effects, and water display at the Wings Of Time and take a fantastic ride in the Singapore Cable Car between Sentosa Island and Faber Peak.

Shop On Orchard Road | Bucket List Group Travel

Shop On Orchard Road

From everyday staples to goods of opulent luxury, there can be no end of shopping on the tour of Orchard Road. Marvel at the different stores that line the streets and reach the various shopping malls by taking the underground routes. You will be amazed to find out that there are major shopping malls in the tunnels as well, which in turn lead to a crazy variety of outlets. Shop at the high-end foreign brand outlets like Prada, Louis Vuitton, Gucci, H&M, and more.

When to Visit

Peak Season

Go on the Singapore Tour between February and April when the dry season prevails, and the weather is less rainy and agreeable for all-day trips. One can visit Singapore at any time o the year too.

Travel Guide


Singapore is in south-east Asia to the east of West Sumatra and south and Peninsular Malaysia, across the Malacca Strait.

Capital City

The capital of Singapore is Singapore.

Main Airport

Singapore Changi Airport is the busiest and the most important airport in Singapore.

Language Spoken

English, Tamil, Malay, and Mandarin Chinese are the most widely spoken languages of Singapore.


The currency of Singapore is the Singapore Dollar.


The citizens of the US do not require a permit to enter Singapore for tourist or business purposes. Citizens of other countries must have a valid passport and a visa to tour Singapore.


The standard values vary between 230 volts and 50 Hertz AC, and the sockets are adapted for types C, G and M plugs.


The WHO and PHAC recommend vaccinations for Hepatitis A and B, typhoid, yellow fever, cholera, Japanese encephalitis, meningitis, rabies, measles, polio, rubella, mumps, Tdap, influenza, pneumonia, shingles, and chickenpox before signing up for the Singapore tour.

Emergency Calls

Dial toll-free numbers 091 for the police, 061 for health emergencies, and 112 for any emergency during the Singapore Tour.

FAQs about Singapore

What is internet access like in Singapore?

There is free wi-fi service available in the transit and public areas of Changi airport and shopping malls, hotels, restaurants, and more.

Can I use my mobile phone in Singapore?

Buy a local prepaid sim card or bring a 3g or 4g-enabled mobile phone to make phone calls during the Singapore Tour.

How are the toilets like in Singapore?

There are several clean, public, Western-style toilets in Singapore.

Can I drink tap water in Singapore?

The tap water at public places in Singapore is safe for drinking. Bottled and filtered water is also available.

Are credit cards accepted widely in Singapore?

Singapore is agreeably card-friendly, especially for tourists. MasterCard, Visa, and American Express credit and debit cards are widely accepted all over Singapore.

What is the convenience of ATM access like in Singapore?

There is an excellent network of ATM centers all over Singapore. The ATMs accept Visa, UnionPay, and MasterCard credit and debit cards for the withdrawal of Singapore Dollars.

What to wear in Singapore?

Be at your stylish best on the Singapore Tour. Wear whatever you feel like from tops and skirts to cocktail gowns and more. Have fun in Singapore.

Is Singapore safe for women to travel solo?

Singapore is an ideal destination for women who are seeking to travel solo.