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Singapore—an island hotspot situated along the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula—is best absorbed, and observed, from the top of a double-decker bus. From Chinatown to Little India, this hop-on hop-off ride ensures you have the flexibility to explore sights according to your own preferred pace.

Grab a seat and head to the city’s famed Merlion. A massive statue set-up in 1964 by the Singapore Tourism Board, the half-fish, half-lion mascot now beacons to visitors and locals alike, and is definitely worth a closer look.

Hop off within Kampong Glam, a lush and colorful neighborhood that, prior to colonization by the British in 1819, housed the Malay aristocracy. Still featuring strong ties to the Native-Malay and Muslim community, this area consists of bright storefronts, eclectic restaurants, and plenty of galleries.

Hitch a ride to Little India, and stroll down Serangoon Road—a street lined with many of the Indian-influenced structures found in the city. Check out several of the religious monuments spread along Chinatown, then—for a stark contrast in times—admire the more modern aesthetics of Suntec City's sleek skyscrapers.

Yellow City Route stops include:

  • Suntec
  • Singapore Flyer
  • Marina Bay Sands
  • Fullerton Hotel
  • Asian Civilization Meseum

Red Heritage Route stops include:

  • Suntec
  • Fu Lu Shou
  • Little India
  • Mustafa Centre
  • Theives Market

Singapore—an island hotspot situated along the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula—is best absorbed, and observed, from the top of a double-decker bus. From Chinatown to Little India, this hop-on hop-off ride ensures you have the flexibility to explore sights according to your own preferred pace.

Grab a seat and head to the city’s famed Merlion. A massive statue set-up in 1964 by the Singapore Tourism Board, the half-fish, half-lion mascot now beacons to visitors and locals alike, and is definitely worth a closer look.

Hop off within Kampong Glam, a lush and colorful neighborhood that, prior to colonization by the British in 1819, housed the Malay aristocracy. Still featuring strong ties to the Native-Malay and Muslim community, this area consists of bright storefronts, eclectic restaurants, and plenty of galleries.

Hitch a ride to Little India, and stroll down Serangoon Road—a street lined with many of the Indian-influenced structures found in the city. Check out several of the religious monuments spread along Chinatown, then—for a stark contrast in times—admire the more modern aesthetics of Suntec City's sleek skyscrapers.

Yellow City Route stops include:

  • Suntec
  • Singapore Flyer
  • Marina Bay Sands
  • Fullerton Hotel
  • Asian Civilization Meseum

Red Heritage Route stops include:

  • Suntec
  • Fu Lu Shou
  • Little India
  • Mustafa Centre
  • Theives Market
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24-Hour Ticket

Duration 1d Free cancellation No booking or credit card fees Unlimited rides for a period of 24 hours from first use.
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$28.84

Total price is $28.84, taxes included

It only takes 2 minutes

48-Hour Ticket

Duration 2d Free cancellation No booking or credit card fees Unlimited rides for a period of 48 hours from first use.
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$36.23

Total price is $36.23, taxes included

It only takes 2 minutes

Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

Activity/Location

Singapore

Meeting/Redemption Point

  • Suntec

    Singapore

  • Fullerton Hotel

    Singapore

  • Peninsula Plaza

    Tanglin Mall

  • Singapore Visitor Centre

    Singapore

  • Little India

    Singapore

  • Boat Quay

    Singapore

  • Marina Bay Sands

    Singapore

  • Chinatown

    Singapore


Description

Singapore—an island hotspot situated along the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula—is best absorbed, and observed, from the top of a double-decker bus. From Chinatown to Little India, this hop-on hop-off ride ensures you have the flexibility to explore sights according to your own preferred pace.

Grab a seat and head to the city’s famed Merlion. A massive statue set-up in 1964 by the Singapore Tourism Board, the half-fish, half-lion mascot now beacons to visitors and locals alike, and is definitely worth a closer look.

Hop off within Kampong Glam, a lush and colorful neighborhood that, prior to colonization by the British in 1819, housed the Malay aristocracy. Still featuring strong ties to the Native-Malay and Muslim community, this area consists of bright storefronts, eclectic restaurants, and plenty of galleries.

Hitch a ride to Little India, and stroll down Serangoon Road—a street lined with many of the Indian-influenced structures found in the city. Check out several of the religious monuments spread along Chinatown, then—for a stark contrast in times—admire the more modern aesthetics of Suntec City's sleek skyscrapers.

Yellow City Route stops include:

  • Suntec
  • Singapore Flyer
  • Marina Bay Sands
  • Fullerton Hotel
  • Asian Civilization Meseum

Red Heritage Route stops include:

  • Suntec
  • Fu Lu Shou
  • Little India
  • Mustafa Centre
  • Theives Market

Highlights

  • Frequent service with buses every 15–20 minutes

  • Informative audio commentary in 12 languages

  • Routes include Fu Lu Shou, Little India & Thieves Market

  • No limit to the number of times you can hop on & off

  • Option to choose multiple bus routes


Inclusions

  • 24-hour hop-on hop-off bus pass of Singapore

  • Unlimited rides within the duration of your pass

  • Pre-recorded commentary in English, French, German, Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Malaysian, Vietnamese, Italian, Norwegian, Russian, and Spanish

  • Headset for tour commentary


Know Before You Book

  • Children 2 and younger are complimentary.


Cancellation Policy

You can cancel free of charge until 48 hours before your reservation starts. After that time, no cancellations, changes or refunds will be made.

Location

Singapore, Malaysia