Among the many experiences that make a trip to the Lion City so striking, a Singapore Cruise is an absolute must-do. Pass by the city’s biggest attractions and enjoy some history and context as you sail along the scenic river in a traditional bumboat, once used to ferry cargo along the river. See and photograph prominent sights from the water like the Clarke Quay, the Raffles Landing Site, Boat Quay, Marina Bay Sands Skypark, the Fullerton Hotel, and Merlion Park.
The cultural hub of Asia, Singapore is located on the southern coast of Malaysia. Founded in 1819 as a British colony, the city has come a long way to become the tourist hotspot of Southeast Asia. Since its independence in 1965, it has established its place in the league of the world’s developed countries known for its architectural gems and unparalleled cleanliness.
Aside from its iconic landmarks, colorful foods, and markets, Singapore is known for its adventure offerings as well, with Singapore Cruise and Boat Trips, being one of those. Singapore Cruises are the perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle the city life. Witness Singapore’s islands in a historic bumboat while watching the glorious sunset from the deck. It is the best way to spoil yourself in Singapore.
There are different time slots for Singapore River Cruise tickets, but the evening is the best time to witness the major landmarks all lit up under the starry skies. If it works, go on weekdays to avoid the weekend rush.
You can book a night cruise for a tour of River Wonders and witness the forest, as well as fascinating wildlife, come to action in the night hours for a unique experience.
You can take a ride on an electric bumboat and a WWII DUKw amphibious vehicle, depending on the tour you book.
Wear a comfortable dress and shoes but be sure to pack for every occasion in case of sudden weather. Make sure that you also carry a cap or hat along with light layers.
You can witness the city’s key landmarks like Esplanade, Padang, Supreme Court, City Hall & War Memorial on a DuKw tour. With Singapore Cruise, you will sail past attractions like the Raffles Landing Site, The Merlion, The Esplanade, Marina Bay Sands and more.
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