Upon hotel pickup in Singapore city or Sentosa, you’re driven in the comfort of a private vehicle to the east coast for a tour of Kampong Glam, once the seat of Malay Royalty. See traditional Malay dwellings or 'kampungs', feel the influence Arab traders had on this region, and experience the charm of a bygone era.
Next, stop in Tampines, Singapore’s largest residential estate, for a contrasting view of the fascinating enclave in the Singapore heartlands. Visit sites of the 'new town' such as the wet market, a coffee shop and housing blocks, and find out why the area won a United Nations World Habitat Award.
From here you'll continue to Changi Beach, the site of the Sook Ching Massacre. Learn about the events of World War II in the region and the effects of the Japanese Occupation.
Your final stop is laid-back Changi Village. Explore the beaches, ferry terminal, and food scene here, before your 3.5-hour excursion ends with drop-off at your hotel.