Mega Adventure (Zip and Jump or Climb)
Mega Adventure Park Singapore is definitely a haven for the adrenaline junkie, but it also poses as an equally great place for friends and family to bond over some adventure. The crowning jewel of the park is a 1,476-foot (450-m) zipline called the MegaZip, which lets guests fly over the jungle canopy some 236 feet (72 m) above the ground. There is also a treetop aerial obstacle course, complete with tightropes, cargo nets, and wobbly bridges.
There are height and weight limits and restrictions on the activities but it is still suitable for the entire family.
Discover the scenic river in an authentic bumboat of yesteryear. The Singapore River runs through the city and is the lifeline of Singapore. Enjoy a leisurely 40-minute cruise down the Singapore River and learn about the city's history and its fascinating transformation from a small trading port into a bustling metropolis from an audio-visual guide aboard the ship. You can also hop off at any jetty along the cruise route and continue your exploration journey on foot!View Details
Garden By the Bay (2 Domes)
The Gardens By The Bay is an enormous futuristic botanical garden and one of Singapore's largest tourist attractions. Sprawling across 101 hectares of reclaimed land in the centre of the island, it's an award-winning horticultural development created by a multidisciplinary team of landscapers, horticulturists, arborists, engineers, plant health experts and orchid breeding professionals. It is created to increase the quality of life with trees, plants, and flowers. Situated by the waterfront of Marina Bay, Gardens by the Bay consists of three parts. The Bay South Garden is the most popular section and home to the Supertrees, Flower Dome, and Cloud Forest. A map of the Bay South Garden allows you to navigate the park with ease.View Details
Marina Bay Sands Sky Park
The Marina Bay Sands SkyPark offers visitors a chance to see some of the best 360-degree views of Singapore's skyline. With this admission ticket, you are able to explore the SkyPark's observation deck, shop for souvenirs, and listen to an audio guide to learn about the history of different parts of Singapore while looking down at them. It is located on the 57th storey and includes many of the hotel amenities. At the north end is a public observation deck accessible from Level 1.
Avoid waiting in line by booking an admission ticket in advance.
Hop on and Hop off
Perhaps the most convenient way to explore a new city. Several tourists find themselves picking this mode of transport for its economically feasible and flexible nature. On opting for this service, tourists can take a seat in the bus and see the city at their own leisurely pace without having to rush on to the next attraction.
Go sightseeing at your own pace on this Singapore hop-on hop-off tour.
Hop on Night City Tour (Reservation Required)
If you prefer to see a bit of everything in Singapore at night, jump on this hop on hop off open-top bus. It'll stop at popular points of interest including Chinatown, Gardens by the Bay, Bugis Village, Clarke Quay and Orchard Road. The tour starts from Suntect City departing at 6:30 pm, and you'll have the choice of finishing the night at the bustling Clarke Quay or shopping haven Orchard Road.View Details
The Duc Tours gets you a completely different yet fabulous view of Singapore within an hour. This adventurous journey begins with the city tour of the historical Civil District, further swimming into the water like an original duck, making the tour completely picturesque.
Embark on an amphibian trip with an admission to Duck Tours Singapore. Sight-see and take in the marvels of the views to experience the wonderful land of Merlions.