Little Red Dot City Highlights

Discover the story of Singapore - AKA the Little Red Dot - and its fascinating rise from a humble fishing village to a modern economic powerhouse. Chug across Singapore River onboard a traditional bumboat, snap photos at Merlion Park and Marina Bay Waterfront, take in the glittering scene of the city's biggest commercial centre on Orchard Road and wind down in the beautiful Orchid Garden.

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  • Exploring the history of the tiny nation of Singapore and learning of its transformation to a super-city
  • Hopping on a humble bumboat to witness the majestic skyline of Singapore from a different view
  • Visiting Merlion Park and the quirky statue that symbolizes Singapore and is its most "selfied" attraction
  • Meandering through the historic streets of Singapore before heading to the bustling Orchard Road
  • Seeing Singapore's only UNESCO World Heritage site, at the Singapore Botanic and Orchid Gardens
  • Tours as mentioned and air-conditioned transfers
  • Sightseeing and permit fees during guided times
  • Expert English-speaking local guide
  • Boat cruises and rides while on tour
  • Service charges and government VAT tax

Explore the history of the tiny nation of Singapore - referred to lovingly as the Little Red Dot – and how it has transformed from a sleepy fishing village to an metropolitan powerhouse. Start your adventure by hopping onboard a traditional bumboat, a humble mode of water transportation that’s operated both to ferry goods and people across Singapore River for decades. Set sail across the watery stretches bound for Merlion Park, home to a magnificent statue and water fountain shaped as the mythical creature. Take in beautiful views of Marina Bay waterfront and snap a few photos at the iconic statue before heading down to the Civic District.

Here, take a wander through the boulevards lined with historic buildings before continuing down Orchard Road, a chic shopping avenue that’s the beating heart of Singapore’s glitzy commercial centre. Finally, head to the nearby National Orchid Garden for a deep breath and a wind down. Spend time here exploring the garden’s 60,000 plants and orchids and keep an eye out for the country’s national flower, Vanda Miss Joaquim, before heading back to your hotel.

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