Free Singapore Tour by Singapore Airlines

Free Singapore Tour

Capture the spirit of Singapore during your transit

Be enthralled by the sights, sound and colours of Singapore during your next layover. Take a walk through history at the Merlion Park. Experience a multi-sensory buzz in vibrant Chinatown. Enjoy a panoramic view of the city, with a backdrop of the Singapore Flyer and Gardens by the Bay. Discover what it feels like to live as a Singaporean at our Changi Precinct or discover a wondrous world and immerse into a lush green sanctuary at Jewel Changi Airport. 

Choose between four different tour routes during your transit if your transit is more than 5.5 hours and within 24 hours. Each tour is 2.5 hours long, and jointly organised by Singapore Airlines, Singapore Tourism Board and Changi Airport Group. Tours are conducted in English only. 

 

Tampines landscape

Changi Precinct Tour

Once covered by forests, swamps, rubber plantation and sand quarries, Tampines today is one of four regional centres in Singapore. This special town won the United Nations World Habitat Award, for being an exemplar of high-quality, high density and affordable housing. 


Our Tampines Hub community centerTampines Central Park is a beautiful green social space for residents here, explore some of the uniquely designed playgrounds in this park and snap a variety of instagrammable photos. Then check out Our Tampines Hub, Singapore’s largest integrated community and lifestyle hub.
Changi Village Hawker CentreA popular recreational getaway for locals, feel a sense of calm as you wander around the quiet Changi Village and its surrounding coastal walks.
Changi Beach ParkChangi Beach Park features stretches of pristine white beaches dotted with coconut trees. This is a great place to simply let go and unwind.

Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay, Singapore

City Sights Tour

Witness the growth and progress of Singapore as you contrast old national monuments such as the National Gallery and the Padang, against modern skyscrapers in the central business district. Hear stories of some of Singapore's most significant moments in history.
 

City skyline of Central Business District

The Jubilee Bridge connects two famed landmarks - the Esplanade Theatres and the Merlion, giving you an unhindered view of Marina Bay.


Merlion at Marina BayAn icon of Singapore, the Merlion was unveiled in 1972 to welcome all visitors to our sunny island. This is a great spot to take photos against the iconic Marina Bay and the city skyline. 

 

Supertrees at Gardens by the BayGardens by the Bay is a horticultural oasis nestled in the heart of the city features more than 500,000 plants across more than 2,200 species. Marvel at the Avatar-like Supertrees that come to life in a display of lights and sounds at night.
 

 

 

City skyline of Central Business District

Heritage Tour

Singapore's core financial and commercial district impresses with its modern skyscrapers. Situated in the middle is Singapore's most historic Hawker Centre, Lau Pa Sat, home to a variety of local hawker fare and a bustling night street food scene. 

Buddha Tooth Relic Temple at Chinatown
Chinatown is a culturally rich precinct featuring a mix of pre-war shophouses and iconic places of worship, such as the Buddha Relic Temple. Explore street murals painted by local artist Yip Yew Chong that depict the daily lives of locals in the past. 


A Singapore river tour boat at Clarke Quay
Known as the lifeline of Singapore, the Singapore River and its quays were where the economy of Singapore began. You will be able to see the former godowns and warehouses along Boat Quay and Clarke Quay as you cross the river. Today, it is a popular area for bars and pubs for people after dark, to sit along the Singapore River and enjoy a pint or two.

Kampong Gelam’s painted alleyway
One of Singapore’s oldest urban quarters, Kampong Gelam is an alluring neighbourhood where age-old traditions meet trendy lifestyles. With a strong Malay-Arab influence, admire the golden dome of the Sultan Mosque set amidst modern art galleries and cafes. 






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