"I love introducing our guests to all the best food spots in Singapore, from the sizzling delicacies in Chinatown to the colourful markets of Little India."
Stroll along the Singapore River
Take a walk along the Singapore River through the Colonial District with our Local Specialists, who will point out all the historic landmarks of the river. See the grand Victoria Theatre, the former Parliament House, the Old Supreme Court Building and bridges built more than a century ago.
Visit the UNESCO-listed Singapore Botanic Gardens
The Singapore Botanic Gardens are a haven of greenery, with more than 10,000 species of plants spread across 82-hectares, including rainforest, orchids and a ginger garden. These incredible gardens are over 160 years old and the only tropical gardens to be chosen as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Wander through the exquisite National Orchid Garden
Home to the world’s largest orchid collection, the National Orchid Garden is the most famous garden of the Singapore Botanic Gardens. It’s also one of the leading sites in orchid studies, and we’ll discover more than 1,000 orchid species and 2,000 hybrid species over three beautiful hectares.
Enjoy a Night Out at Marina Bay
We’ll take you on a night out to see the spectacular sights of Marina Bay, including Gardens by the Bay, with exotic plants in the Flower Dome and the 35-metre indoor waterfall in the extraordinary Cloud Forest. We’ll also rise 200 metres in the air to the Marina Sands Observation Deck, with a panoramic view of the city below.
Be amazed by the SuperTree Grove
One of the most iconic sights in Singapore, the SuperTree Grove is a vertical garden standing between 25 and 50 metres tall, wrapped in ferns, orchids and vines. The large canopies come alive at night in a thrilling display of light and music, known as the Garden Rhapsody.
Our top 5 things to do in Singapore
A Singapore tour package with Trafalgar takes you to the country’s most remarkable sights, from the historic Singapore River to the dazzling SuperTree Grove.
National Museum of Singapore
With a history dating back to 1849, the National Museum of Singapore is the oldest museum in Singapore. You’ll discover the national treasures of the country, including the Singapore Stone, the 14th century Gold Ornaments of the Sacred Hill, and the earliest photographs of Singapore.
Housed in a striking building shaped like a blooming lotus flower, the ArtScience Museum houses an impressive collection of design and technology. You’ll find exhibits celebrating both art and science, such as Leonardo da Vinci’s Flying Machine, Tang Dynasty treasures and a high-tech robotic fish.
Asian Civilisations Museum
The Asian Civilisations Museum is dedicated to showcasing the artistic history of Asia, from Southeast Asia to West Asia. You can explore the ancestral cultures of Singaporeans, with extensive collections featuring ancient porcelain, ceramics, calligraphy, textiles, woodwork, bronze statues, Buddhist art, and tribal ornaments.
Best museums in Singapore
Our Singapore sightseeing tours take in the country’s top museums, from national treasures and ancient artwork, to a celebration of art and science.
One of the most iconic Singapore foods, laksa is a noodle dish with chicken, fish or prawns cooked in a spicy coconut milk curry or a sour assam broth. You’ll find laksa all over Singapore and our Local Specialists will show you the best stalls to sample these delicious noodles.
Bak Kut Teh
A tantalising dish of pork ribs cooked in a broth of herbs and spices, Bak Kut Teh is a beloved breakfast dish in Singapore. The name literally translates to ‘Meat Bone Tea’, although the ‘tea’ is a complex broth of cinnamon, cloves, pepper, garlic and fennel seeds, which simmers for hours before serving.
Orh Luak (Oyster omelette)
Orh Luak is Singapore’s delicious version of the classic omelette. It’s made with juicy oysters and potato starch whipped into the egg batter for a thicker consistency. You’ll find Orh Luak in street stalls around the country and it’s best topped with chilli sauce and lime juice for a fiery kick.
Best food in Singapore
Our Singapore escorted tours will take you to the best food halls to sample the country’s traditional delights, from oyster omelets to coconut-flavored laksa.
What to pack for Singapore
In Singapore the standard voltage is 230 V and the power plugs and sockets are of type G. The standard frequency is 50 Hz.
From the extraordinary waterfall in the Cloud Forest, to the glittering SuperTree Grove, you’ll want to capture all the iconic sights of Singapore.
With bayside footpaths and shaded walking trails, Singapore is best explored on foot. Bring a reliable pair of walking shoes for your adventures around the island.
Singapore is home to some of the world’s finest bars and restaurants and many have a dress code, so pack appropriately if you’d like to enjoy a night out.
Reusable water bottle
As a growing leader in sustainability, Singapore is dotted with water refill stations, so it’s easy to top up your reusable water bottle and avoid adding to the plastic waste.