Here at Fleewinter, we believe that a holiday should bring our guests into contact with the local culture. We strive to create unique and authentic experiences so you can get the most out of your holiday. We also know that you seeing the iconic sights is an important part of visiting a country. So we aim to combine these, always working with local guides who bring Singapore to life.

Take a look at some of our favourite experiences, give us a call (0207 112 0019), or drop us an email at singapore@fleewinter.com to find out more and put together your ideal Singapore experience.

There may be no better way to learn a city than on foot. Let a local guide show you around using a combination of trains, buses, and your own feet. We'll tailor the tour to your interests and pace but expect a mix of must-see highlights and hidden gems plus at least one mouth-watering foodie experience.

City Highlights as the Locals Do

4-8 hours

Street food in Singapore is so good that some vendors have been awarded Michelin stars. Walk with your guide to multiple hawker stalls, sampling some of the nation's best dishes and learning the stories behind the food and proud people behind it. Come hungry and be prepared for a mouth-watering array of savory and sweet.

Michelin Star Street Food

3.5 Hours

Singaporeans love to eat and this may be our favourite way to experience the nation's multi-cultural influences while seeing some of Singapore's most beloved sights. Taste your way through Kampong Glam, Little India, Old Airport Road, and the East Coast districts of Singapore as you learn about the country's neighbourhoods and ethnicities. Typically we arrange this with public transportation so that you can find your way back to your favourite spots and continue exploring on your own but if you prefer to travel by car or van, we'll make the switch.

Ultimate Foodie & City Highlights

6 hours

Cover the heart of the city with your local guide as the sun sets and you pass through the Civic District, Singapore River and Marina Bay, Tanjong Pagar and Chinatown. As you explore, you'll learn about the development of Singapore over the last 60 years and modern day life for the average Singaporean. A Bumboat ride on the Singapore River, entrance to a rooftop bar, a Hawker Centre dinner of Singapore’s national dish ‘Chicken Rice’ and one or two classic Singapore drinks are all part of the night.

Night Tour

5 hours

If the heat and humidity bother you, you have little ones, difficulty walking, or simply prefer to get around Singapore with air conditioning, we'll arrange for your guide to take you around in a car or van. Tours are entirely customizable to your interests but expect to see the civic district, Chinatown, Kampong Glam, Little India, and to follow your guide to a few off-the-beaten track spots.

The nation's highlights in comfort

4-8 hours

For a different view of Singapore, join a 3-hour sunset sail around the southern islands. Few people see this part of the country but we love the chance to anchor at the same spot where Sir Stamford Raffles did in 1819, sip a glass of wine while the sun drops, and watch the skyline light up as you drift back to shore. The cruise can take a maximum of 18 guests every Tuesday evening. If you'd like a private excursion, we car arrange that, too.

Sunset Sail

3 hours, shared

If you have at least 6 hours between flights in Singapore, why not get out of the airport and see the highlights? Your driver will meet you at Changi and take you into the city where you'll ride a Bumboat down the Singapore River, soak in the view from Marina Bay Sands, explore the colourful sights and sounds of Little India, stroll through the lush Gardens By The Bay, eat like a local at a Hawker Centre or maybe have a Singapore Sling at the iconic Raffles Hotel. We'll tailor the tour to your time and interests.

Escape the Airport!

6 hours

Take the cable car over to Sentosa in the late afternoon to begin your family-friendly exploration. Climb up into the 37-metre-tall Merlion for views back to the city and an unbeatable photo opportunity. Spend some time in one of the world's largest aquariums with more than 100,000 marine animals. End the day by catching "Wings of Time," a spectacular show of water, laser, and fire effects with the open sea as backdrop.

Sentosa Island Family Fun

5 Hours

Tour Add-Ons

If your time in Singapore is short, we recommend including a visit as part of a full-day tour so that we pre-book your tickets and there's no need to queue. If you have a few days, then you may prefer to visit on your own and take your time to explore this high-tech garden.

Gardens by the Bay

While we'll include a Bumboat ride on certain tours, for others we'll ask if you're interested. It's well worth seeing the city from the river on a short ride. Depending on how much time you have and whether you're willing to find your own way back to your hotel, we may recommend ending a tour with a ride that takes you to Marina Bay Sands.

Bumboat Ride

Rides last about half an hour and provide a birds-eye view of the city so if you'd like to include a ride as part of your tour, let us know and we'll be sure to fit this in!

Singapore Flyer

Inside Fort Canning Hill is a former WWII British command centre that now serves as a museum. All visits must be guided so if you have limited time in Singapore and want to check this out, we'll include it in your tour and create your schedule around your entry time to the museum.