Singapore Bus & minivan tours

Our most recommended Singapore Bus & minivan tours

Singapore: 3-Hour Fully-Guided Big Bus Night Tour

1. Singapore: 3-Hour Fully-Guided Big Bus Night Tour

Begin in Suntec City, where you will hop aboard the open-top double decker bus at dusk. With your guide, drive through the iconic Marina Bay to arrive at Marina Barrage, Singapore’s largest and most urbanized neighbourhood. Stop and watch the sun sets along the spectacular city skyline dotted with iconic landmarks is a sheer delight for all. Then, continue to your next stop Lau Pa Sat, and experience Singapore’s unique food culture housed in one of the oldest Victorian structures in South-East Asia. Your third stop is Gardens by the Bay, where you can stroll through the serene gardens and explore a little. Continue to the Garden Rhapsody light and sound show at the Supertree Grove, an impressive set of vertical gardens that light up in a dazzling display. Finally, hop back onto the bus for a drive down Orchard Road, Singapore’s prime shopping belt. Enroute to Orchard, you have the option to end your tour at Clarke Quay, a busy dining and entertainment district home to restaurants, bars and clubs.

Singapore: City Highlights Open-Top Bus Hop-On Hop-Off Tour

2. Singapore: City Highlights Open-Top Bus Hop-On Hop-Off Tour

See the best of Singapore with a Hop-on Hop-off ticket on a Big Bus. Grab a seat with the best views on the open-top, double-decker bus, and enjoy sightseeing at your own pace. Simply hop off and explore when you see something that interests you. Return to the same bus stop and hop on to the next bus to continue your tour. Your ticket gives you access to 2 hop-on hop-off sightseeing routes and it is not only the most comprehensive hop-on touring system in Singapore but also a transport network that links you from hotels to key landmarks and attractions. Hop on to discover and hop off to explore the Lion City. For cultural discoveries, visit the 3 ethnic districts of Singapore – Chinatown, Little India, and Kampong Glam – where you’ll find pre-World War II conserved shophouses, Buddhist and Hindu temples, and traditional trades and handicrafts. Don’t forget to check out the UNESCO world heritage site Botanic Gardens, glamourous and glitzy locations where the hit movie Crazy Rich Asian was filmed, like Marina Bay Sands and Gardens by the Bay. Choose a 1-day Classic Ticket and hop off at any stop to explore Singapore your way. Pick a 2-day Premium Ticket for another day on the bus. Or go for a 2-day Deluxe Ticket that comes with a 3-hours guided Night City Tour. The Night City Tour is a 3 hours fully guided open-top, double-decker bus tour with excellent views of the city skyline at Marina Barrage. Enjoy a sampling of local food at Lau Pa Sat and catch the Garden Rhapsody light and sound show at the Supertree Grove — an impressive set of vertical gardens that light up in a dazzling display.

Universal Studios Singapore: 1-Day Pass w/ Optional Transfer

3. Universal Studios Singapore: 1-Day Pass w/ Optional Transfer

Go beyond the screen and ride the movies at Universal Studios Singapore with your day admission ticket. Only here can you experience cutting-edge rides, shows, and attractions based on your favorite blockbuster films and television series, including Transformers The Ride: The Ultimate 3D Battle, Shrek 4-D Adventure, Revenge of the Mummy, Madagascar: A Crate Adventure, Jurassic Park Rapids Adventures, Battlestar Galactica: Human vs. Cylon dueling rollercoasters and more! There are 24 attractions in 7 themed zones: Hollywood, New York, Sci-Fi City, Ancient Egypt, The Lost World, Far Far Away and Madagascar. Each zone features its own unique attractions, character appearances and dining and shopping areas. Universal Studios Singapore has over 30 restaurants and food carts, together with 20 superb retail stores and carts located around the park.

Singapore: Half-Day City Tour with Hotel Transfer

4. Singapore: Half-Day City Tour with Hotel Transfer

Discover Singapore by getting to know its famous Civic District. Begin your journey at Kampong Glam, an area where modernity meets tradition. This district has a history that dates back to Singapore’s colonial era as the allocated area to the Malay, Arab, and Bugis communities. Explore the city by driving around the Civic District, passing by the Padang, Singapore Cricket Club, historic Parliament House, and the National Gallery Singapore. The Gallery consists of the former Supreme Court Building and the City Hall. Next, stop at Merlion Park and enjoy the impressive views of Marina Bay. Do not miss out this picture-taking opportunity with The Merlion, a mythological creature that is part lion and part fish. Visit Thian Hock Keng Temple, one of Singapore’s oldest Buddhist-Taoist temples, before driving past Chinatown. Proceed to Singapore’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Singapore Botanic Gardens, and walk through the National Orchid Garden which boasts a sprawling display of 60,000 orchid plants.

Singapore: Creepy Tales of World War II and Cemetery Tour

5. Singapore: Creepy Tales of World War II and Cemetery Tour

Begin the night on a hill where one of the last and fiercest battles of World War II went down. To get there is no easy feat and you’ll have to walk along a bridge on a secluded and quiet hill. Rumor has it that many have lost their lives there. If you dare, keep your eyes on the surroundings as you make your way there. At the top of the trail, your guide will share the ghastly story of a local war hero with you. Next, head to a coastal-defence gun near a beach, a place where the Japanese possibly massacred thousands of innocent people during the Sook Ching operation. To get to the site, you’ll have to walk in complete darkness. Be sure to keep close, keep your head down, and don’t call anyone by name. Once there, learn how the Japanese tried to suss out the spies and the gruesome stories of how they dealt with them. The last walk will be down one of the world's largest Chinese cemeteries. It’s estimated to house over 100,000 tombs and has been abandoned since its closure in 1973. During the walk, see the difference between a Hokkien and a Teochew tombstone, the Paupers’ Section, and hear some interesting stories about those buried there.

Singapore: Guided Public Transport Tour & Local Culture

6. Singapore: Guided Public Transport Tour & Local Culture

For travellers new to Singapore, here is the ultimate tour that will teach you everything you need to know about Singapore’s food and culture while taking public transport! Our guide will meet you at Somerset MRT station, which is located in the heart of Orchard Road. Discover the lesser-known secrets of this famed shopping district, which is home to the wealthy today. Next, we will hop on a public bus to Dhoby Ghaut and from there, onto a train to Toa Payoh. This is a buzzing local neighbourhood and you will get to see the real side of Singapore. Rub shoulders with the locals, taste some yummy local dishes at our famous hawker centres and maybe learn a local lingo or two. To make things even sweeter, we will gift you an EZ Link card (public transport card), which you will need for your upcoming adventures in Singapore. How awesome is that?! At the end of the Singapore For Dummies Tour, you will be able to navigate around Singapore effortlessly, just like the locals do!

Singapore: Highlights and Hidden Gems Private Car Tour

7. Singapore: Highlights and Hidden Gems Private Car Tour

Craft your own unique Singapore itinerary with the help of our versatile and informative guides who would suggest the perfect routes and sights based on your interests and pace. Whether you are a First Time Visitor who wish to see the must-see places of the City Highlights or you are a Trail Blazer or Repeated Visitor who wish to cover some Hidden Gems sometimes not even known by locals or you are an Academic Professor or Researcher of local Culture, we got you covered. Learn about local living in Singapore and listen to in-depth commentary on the sites you choose to visit. Your private tour guide with fill your personalized experience and answer all your questions with commentaries on National Heritage, Singaporean Identity, Food Origins, Architecture Significance, Street Arts and Fine Arts, Hipster Pop Culture, Future Thinking, City Panning, Placemaking, Ethnic Quarters, Social Construct, Policy Effect, Race and Religion, Flora and Fauna. Choice of 1 for 4 hour tour, Choice of 2 for 8 hour tour A)Visit our Ethnic Quarters : Chinatown, Little India and Kampong Gelam B)700 years of Singapore History : Fort Canning, Singapore River, Civic District, Independence Square, Marina Bay, Merlion C)Garden City : Botanic Garden, Marina Barrage and Gardens By The Bay D)Arts of Singapore : National Museum, Bras Basah, Muscat Gallery, Kreta Ayer, Esplanade E)Food Tour : Any Area of interest or Cuisine of interest from Heritage to Mod-Sin to Fine Dining F)Singapore Living : Coffeeshop, City Gallery, Up to a Public Housing of SG G)Off the Beaten : Pulau Ubin, Changi, Bedok, Tampines, Geylang Serai H)Village to High Rise : Last Kampong, Housing Gallery, Heartland, Community Spaces I)Race and Religion : Diversity Gallery, Temple, Mosque, Church, Synagogue, Gurdwara, Jain, ZoroAstrian, Baha’I, J)Nightlife : Singapore Cocktail, Beer, Bespoke, Bar, Club

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Overall rating

4.2 / 5

based on 979 reviews

The tour was great. The tour guide Gee (?) wax excellent, informative and funny. He kept the group together and the night tour was a wonderful way to see Singapore by night, Highly recommend.

Really good guide. a great way to see some of the night sights in Singapore. did extra drop offs to make things easier for everyone.

super tour, so interesting, packed with cultural facts and great places to visit!

Our guide was absolutely wonderful, he was very friendly, knowledgeble and funny.

It was sufficient to get an impression of history, culture and nature.