The Original Singapore Walks®

“If you just do one tour in Singapore, make it one of these.”
– Lonely Planet

Be treated to a fascinating and deeply-enriching tour experience – our guides are known to walk the talk (quite literally!). Journey through hidden corners of Singapore and discover the historical significance of the sites you encounter, coupled with witty observations on culture, tradition, architecture…the list goes on!

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Take the road less travelled with guides who are experts of the city. The brainchild of one military historian and several precocious enfants terribles of Singapore’s heritage-education scene, be thoroughly entertained as you visit cultural and historical enclaves, while affable researcher-guides, through skilful storytelling and the use of archival images, regale you with juicy insights to local society and traditions.

With a different tour guaranteed to run most days of the week, you only need to turn up at the meeting point (mostly at MRT station exits), on the scheduled day / time, pay the guide / flash your online booking confirmation and off you go!

NOTE:
Our tours do not run on public holidays – please refer to the list of public holidays below.

Public Holidays in 2018:
1 Jan, 16 Feb, 17 Feb, 30 Mar, 1 May, 29 May, 15 Jun, 9 Aug, 22 Aug, 6 Nov and 25 Dec

*Please note that guides and trainee guides are not allowed to join the tours, without express written permission.​

Check out our line-up of tours below!

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“This place possesses an excellent harbour…
Singapore is everything we could desire”

~ Sir Stamford Raffles, 1819

BEST TRAVEL EXPERIENCE AWARD FINALIST
– 2012 Singapore Experience Awards

On 6th February 1819, Singapore was claimed as a trading outpost of the British Empire to “secure to the British flag the maritime superiority of the Eastern seas”. In governance, religion, entertainment, and many other spheres, the imprint of Singapore’s colonial past is indelible. Discover the significance behind some of Singapore’s oldest and most stunning landmarks, each with their own tale to tell. This is the Walk where you learn about Singapore’s national flower, the Sarkies brothers, The Straits Times and find that wonderful drink called ‘the Singapore Sling’. Discover Singapore’s colonial legacy and chart its transformation from The Time of Empire.

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Explore the 150-year-old Saint Andrew’s Cathedral, witness to many historic events and personalities of colonial Singapore
  • Venture onto Coleman Street and get to know the man behind all the early colonial architecture of Singapore
  • Trace the fascinating history of the Armenian Diaspora at the Armenian Church – the oldest church in Singapore and a beautiful gem of a building surrounded by lush tropical fauna
  • Hear the colourful stories of the French missionary and discover their imprint at the gorgeous CHIJmes building, a former Convent
  • Admire the stately architecture and learn the historical significance of the National Gallery.
  • NEW! Enjoy a rare view of the cityscape from atop the Supreme Court Viewing Deck / National Gallery which overlooks the Future Down Town as our guide shares exciting snippets of major upcoming projects.
  • EVERY MONDAY  9.30am – 12.00nn
  • Meet at City Hall MRT Station, outside Exit B (North Bridge Road)
  • BY CAB: Alight at the MRT exit at the junction of North Bridge Road and Stamford Road. Nearest landmark is St. Andrew’s Cathedral.
  • END POINT: CHIJmes

TICKETING:

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SINGLE TOUR TICKET:

S$38.00 (Adult) / S$18.00 (Child)

3-DAY PASS:

S$X.00 (Adult) / S$X.00 (Child)

1-WEEK PASS:

S$X.00 (Adult) / S$X.00 (Child)

ADDITIONAL NOTES:

  • As a mark of respect for the state institution, visitors must be appropriately attired. Visitor(s) may be turned away by security personnel if the attire includes one or more of the following – torn jeans, bermudas/shorts, slippers and singlet/casual t-shirts.
  • Photographic devices are not allowed in the Supreme Court and must be surrendered at the entrance of the Supreme Court.

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“The tombs of the Malay Kings are close at hand…
and if it is my fate to die here, I shall take my place amongst them”

~ Sir Stamford Raffles, 1823

BEST TRAVEL EXPERIENCE AWARD FINALIST
– 2012 Singapore Experience Awards

Tread lightly, for treasures lie beneath a historic hill in the heart of the city – the spot where both 14th century ‘Singapura’ and modern Singapore were born. Trace the rise and fall of great empires. Hear stories of rulers who commanded from the hill and the empire-builders who were buried on its slopes. Discover the world-changing story of a humble spice. Visit graves, a colonial fort and re-live one of the most important battles in history. Venture deep underground into the Battlebox, a former WWII secret underground command centre where the decision to surrender Singapore was made, and gain deeper insight into Singapore’s wartime history. Don’t miss this exhilarating journey back in time at the once “Forbidden Hill”!

Inclusive of Battlebox Admission (worth $18)

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Battlebox
  • Last Ancient King’s Tomb
  • Old Christian Cemetery
  • Fort Gateway
  • Sally Port
  • Spice Garden
  • EVERY MONDAY & THURSDAY 2.00pm – 4.30pm
    [NO TOURS: 9 Aug 2018 (National Day)]
  • Meet at Battlebox Visitor Centre (2 Cox Road, Fort Canning Hill. Nearest MRT Station: Dhoby Ghaut)
  • BY CAB: Alight at taxi stand (C26) outside Battlebox Visitor Centre, 2 Cox Terrace, Fort Canning Hill
  • END POINT: Battlebox Visitor Centre

TICKETING:

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SINGLE TOUR TICKET:

S$32.00 (Adult) / S$15.00 (Child)

3-DAY PASS:

S$X.00 (Adult) / S$X.00 (Child)

1-WEEK PASS:

S$X.00 (Adult) / S$X.00 (Child)

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“The knowledge and information provided during the tour were absolutely magnificent. We can’t wait to return to Singapore to partake in further tours.It was also a great opportunity to meet a lot of other people from all different walks of life and from different countries”

~ Gary and Marg Bucknall, Australia

BEST TRAVEL EXPERIENCE AWARD WINNER
– 2012 Singapore Experience Awards

It was once said that there are three ways to India from Singapore: by ship, by plane, and by a short walk to Little India.
At Journeys, we still believe that’s true. Look here a spice and there a garland and hail, an artist that paints on your hand! What’s behind the alluring fragrance of jasmine and the mysterious forehead dot? If you’ve always found Hindu temples fascinating but confusing, join this tour and gain the simplest yet profound insight into the religion. Savour treats at Little’s India’s oldest restaurant, walk through the famed Tekka Market, learn the art of sari-tying and look out for quirky street art. One always finds it so difficult to resist the charms of Little India and it’s little wonder that this is one of our guides’ favourite Walks.

Inclusive of Local Treats

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Paan and Garland store. Learn how flowers play an integral part in Indian life and what goes into the ubiquitous “chewing gum of the east”
  • Tekka Wet Market. Discover exotic vegetables and fruits at Singapore’s most colourful wet market, with a little help from our guide.
  • Take it all in, the exotic colours and aromas, as we navigate through the bazaar at Little India Arcade. Learn to tie the sari and understand the meanings behind Indian body decoration
  • Indulge in hearty food sampling at Little India’s oldest restaurant
  • Discover the vibrant street art dotted around Little India
  • Engaging introduction to Hindu traditions, philosophy and way of life at the Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple
  • EVERY TUESDAY  9.30am – 12.00nn
    [NO TOURS: 1 May 2018 (Labour Day), 29 May 2018 (Vesak Day),
    6 Nov 2018 (Deepavali), 25 Dec 2018 (Christmas)]
  • Meet at Little India MRT Station, outside Exit E (Buffalo Road)
  • BY CAB: Alight at the junction between Race Course Road and Buffalo Road.
  • END POINT: Near Little India MRT Station

TICKETING:

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SINGLE TOUR TICKET:

S$38.00 (Adult) / S$18.00 (Child)

3-DAY PASS:

S$X.00 (Adult) / S$X.00 (Child)

1-WEEK PASS:

S$X.00 (Adult) / S$X.00 (Child)

ADDITIONAL NOTES:

  • Note 1
  • Note 2

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“It gave us an insight into the culture in Chinatown. We have been on some of the walks in London, and would like you to know that we found the experience every bit as entertaining and educational.”

~ Gerry Goresky, Canada

BEST TRAVEL EXPERIENCE AWARD WINNER
– 2010 Singapore Experience Awards

Feast on the sights and sounds of bustling Chinatown, and gain fascinating insights into the area’s storied history and unique architecture. Step back in time in an immersive, multi-sensory experience at Chinatown Heritage Centre, including faithful recreations of the living quarters back in the ‘50s. We’ll reveal the stories of Chinatown’s early residents and the area’s gritty past. Explore Singapore’s oldest Hokkien-Chinese temple, where religious syncretism takes centre-stage. Gather around to sample lovingly prepared and authentic local delights! Check out paper cars, houses, ‘handphones’, and even lingerie – all part of an ancient Chinese funeral ritual. We’ll also introduce to you the Yins and Yangs of Chinese traditional medicine. If you’re brave, we’ll even help you find your way about a very slippery wet market.

Inclusive of
Chinatown Heritage Centre Admission (worth $15) & Local Treats

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Enjoy a multi-sensory experience at the award-winning Chinatown Heritage Centre
  • Explore Thian Hock Keng (the oldest Hokkien-Chinese temple in Singapore!), a window to Chinese syncretism and worldview (winner of UNESCO Asia-Pacific Heritage 2001 Awards for Culture Heritage Conservation Building)
  • Walk past beautifully-conserved shophouses and trace the lives of early Chinese immigrants to discover the world’s most multi-racial Chinatown
  • Venture into quaint Chinese trades stores, including one specialising in Traditional Chinese Remedies and another in Ancestral Worship supplies
  • Wind your way through Ann Siang Hill, one-time plantation and playground of the rich and influential
  • Discover the stories behind the glimmering Buddha Tooth Relic Temple
  • Sample delicious treats from a local pastry shop steeped in tradition
  • EVERY WEDNESDAY  9.30am – 12.00nn
    [NO TOURS: 22 Aug 2018 (Hari Raya Haji)]
  • Meet at Telok Ayer MRT Station, outside Exit A (Cross Street)
  • BY CAB: Alight at the MRT exit along Cross Street.
  • END POINT: Chinatown Heritage Centre (near Chinatown MRT Station)

TICKETING:

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SINGLE TOUR TICKET:

S$38.00 (Adult) / S$18.00 (Child)

3-DAY PASS:

S$X.00 (Adult) / S$X.00 (Child)

1-WEEK PASS:

S$X.00 (Adult) / S$X.00 (Child)

“A most informative and moving tour. We now understand the ordeals that the prisoners had to endure to just stay alive. The tour leader was most informative with extra snippets of information that clearly painted the picture of the reality of the situation at that time.”

~ Lindsay M, Australia

BEST TRAVEL EXPERIENCE AWARD WINNER
– 2013 Singapore Experience Awards

Commemorate the fight of brave men and women during World War II in Malaya and Singapore, and the trials and tribulations of their subsequent internment. Turn back the clock in Changi, once the site of many prisoner-of-war camps during the Japanese Occupation, the nexus of much pain and suffering, where life lay on a knife’s edge. It is said that more Australian PoWs perished from incarceration than in battle itself. Then, take in the solemn sights of Kranji War Cemetery, the final resting place of thousands who perished in Malaya and Singapore. Hear their stories of bravery and commitment, and be inspired by the power of the human spirit. Finally, contemplate the Cenotaph, a war memorial which is an oasis of peace amidst the bustle of the Central Business District. See the battle scars of history frozen in time even as the city-state races into the 21st century.

Inclusive of Bottled Water & Snacks

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Drive past Changi Prison
  • Visit Changi Chapel (open till end Dec 2018)
  • Explore Johore Battery, with its replica WWII 15-inch gun
  • Drive past Selarang Barracks (A WWII Japanese PoW internment camp)
  • Changi Beach (Site of Sook Ching Massacre)
  • Take in the solemn sights of Kranji War Cemetery
  • Visit the Singapore Cenotaph
  • Every Wednesday (2.00pm-6.00pm) and Saturday (10.00am-2.00pm)
    [NO TOURS: 22 Aug 2018 (Hari Raya Haji)]
  • Meet at Pasir Ris MRT Station, outside Exit B
  • BY CAB: Alight at Pasir Ris Central, in front of White Sands Mall. You will enter the MRT station via Exit A. Exit B is just across.
  • END POINT: Cenotaph (Nearest MRT Station: City Hall)

TICKETING:

Enjoy UNLIMITED walks and tours
when you get our Multi-Day Pass!

(*offered for the days that the pass is valid for and applicable for
ALL 7 of our scheduled walks and both of our coach trails
– which means savings of at least S$X-S$X!)

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SINGLE TOUR TICKET:

S$58.00 (Adult) / S$30.00 (Child)

3-DAY PASS:

S$X.00 (Adult) / S$X.00 (Child)

1-WEEK PASS:

S$X.00 (Adult) / S$X.00 (Child)

Please note that the standard cut-off time for online bookings is 1 day in advance. For last-minute bookings on the tour date itself, please check with our team on tour availability by phone (+65 6325 1631) or email. We’ll be happy to welcome you aboard if seats are available. Thank you!

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“The best walking tour around the city. There are so many little neighborhoods that you wouldn’t learn about if you don’t take the walking tours.”

– Barbara H, USA

Winner of Singapore Tourism Awards
for Best Sightseeing / Leisure / Educational Programme 2005

How was Singapore sold to the British for 60,000 Spanish Dollars? Find out about the man who did it, and the man who forced him to. No one remembers the sultans that used to rule, except us. The old Royal Palace, Sultan Mosque: they all carry an air of royalty snatched away too quickly. Uncover a curious blend of Malay folk traditions and Islam in the legends of the mysterious keris (dagger), exotic perfumes and the story of the faith that is so often misunderstood. Stroll down Singapore’s most Instagrammable street. Take in the colourful vibe of the oldest quarter in the city, now home to an eclectic mix of charming cafes and boutiques. Don’t miss this hidden cultural enclave where Singapore’s indigenous culture thrives amidst modernity.

Inclusive of Local Treats

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Get the inside scoop on the British East India Company’s attempts to control the Spice Trade Route
  • Gain valuable insights to Islam at the historic Sultan Mosque and find out who-buys-what at the Traditional Muslim Supplies Shop
  • Explore some of the oldest (and narrowest!) streets in Singapore and discover colourful street art
  • Catch a glimpse of dying trades, some of the last remaining in the urban city
  • Take in the grandeur of the former Malay Palace (Old Istana Kampong Glam)
  • Taste traditional treats made with love from old family recipes at a charming cafe that will take you back in time
  • EVERY THURSDAY  9.30am – 12.00nn
    [NO TOURS: 9 Aug 2018 (National Day)]
  • Meet at Bugis MRT Station, outside Exit B
  • BY CAB: There are two MRT exits along Victoria Street. Alight at MRT exit on the side where Raffles Hospital is.
  • END POINT: Near Bugis MRT Station

TICKETING:

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SINGLE TOUR TICKET:

S$38.00 (Adult) / S$18.00 (Child)

3-DAY PASS:

S$X.00 (Adult) / S$X.00 (Child)

1-WEEK PASS:

S$X.00 (Adult) / S$X.00 (Child)

ADDITIONAL NOTES:

  • Note 1
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“Totally enjoyed all the tour, guide was wonderful and knew all his history”

– Libby, Australia

BEST TOUR EXPERIENCE FINALIST
– 2018 Singapore Tourism Awards

“The sea of bitterness has no bounds; repent and you will reach the shore.” The consequences of doing good or evil unfold not just in life, but after death… or so believed Aw Boon Haw – millionaire philanthropist, marketing extraordinaire, brainchild behind the famed ointment Tiger Balm and creator of the eccentric Tiger Balm Garden (known today as Haw Par Villa). Join this unique tour and see the park in a new light – after dark, if you dare! Learn how death stalked the Aw family, and what Boon Haw did to confront his mortality. Discover the rich philosophies and culture reflected in the park’s eclectic sculptures and dioramas. Get a sneak preview of the upcoming Hell’s Museum, with perspectives of the afterlife across various religions. Step into the infamous 10 Courts of Hell to see what will get you dismembered and drowned in a pool of blood. And we’ll show you how some Singaporeans communicate with the afterlife. We promise you’ll never see dying – and living – in the same way again. Hell no! Never again.

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Experience Haw Par Villa after dark – if you dare!
  • Go through the famous 10 Courts of Hell – see divine judgement at its rawest
  • Come face to face with the King of Ghosts – find out how he got his title
  • Get a sneak preview of the upcoming Hell’s Museum
  • Visit the Aw family memorials – monuments to mortality and tragedy
  • Discover the rich philosophies and culture reflected in the park’s eclectic sculptures and dioramas
  • EVERY FRIDAY  6:30pm – 8:30pm
    [NO TOURS: 15 June 2018 (Hari Raya Puasa)]
  • Meet at Haw Par Villa MRT Station, outside Exit A (Pasir Panjang Road)
  • BY CAB: Alight at the entrance of Haw Par Villa MRT Station, 262 Pasir Panjang Road.
  • END POINT: Haw Par Villa

TICKETING:

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SINGLE TOUR TICKET:

S$18.00 (Adult) / S$9.00 (Child)

3-DAY PASS:

S$X.00 (Adult) / S$X.00 (Child)

1-WEEK PASS:

S$X.00 (Adult) / S$X.00 (Child)

ADDITIONAL NOTES:

  • Extensive works are taking place to create an exciting new Haw Par Villa with a significant infrastructure upgrade. We appreciate your kind understanding and tolerance of the refurbishment works that are taking place around the park. While the JOURNEYS TO HELL: Death and the Afterlife in Haw Par Villa™ tour will still go on, we apologise for any inconveniences caused during the tour.

Our Awards

Much raved and well-loved, The Original Singapore Walks® is THE EXPERIENCE to go for when you’re in Singapore!

TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 2018

We are honoured to have been awarded the prestigious TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence once again! The Original Singapore Walks® consistently earn great reviews from travellers – join our tours and you’ll find out why!

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Singapore Tourism Awards 2018 Finalist

Our tours are proud winners and finalists of the Singapore Tourism Award and Singapore Experience Award, a celebration of outstanding experiences in Singapore’s tourism sector.

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Singapore Tatler 2018 (Best Inbound Travel)

We’ve been recognised as Best Inbound Travel Company on the definitive guide to luxury lifestyle, Singapore Tatler! From wonderfully curated tours to customised offerings for groups, we are just a call/click away.

Testimonials

Hear it from those who matter – our wonderful guests who have conquered our tours and emerged triumphant with smiles and new-found knowledge 🙂

Before Your Journeys With Us…

Here’s what you need to know before you embark on The Original Singapore Walks®

Do I need to book in advance?

We welcome walk-ins for our scheduled walks, however, online pre-booking is preferred for a seamless experience for both our guides and guests! For walk-in guests, please meet your guide at the meeting point 15 minutes before your tour start time for a quick registration and cash payment. In the rare event of an unusually large turn-out or a single walker, the tour goes on (sometimes with an additional guide) and no one will be turned away.

 

Advance reservations through phone (+65 6325 1631) or email (fun@singaporewalks.com) are highly recommended for

  • Parties of 8 or more
  • Changi WWII™ – Life, Death and Remembrance Coach Tour

Our team will send you an email confirmation once we have secured your spots.

 

If you have a group of 20 or more, we strongly recommend a separate tour just for your group. Please send in your request by filling out the enquiry form at least 2 to 3 weeks ahead.

Where is the tour meeting point? Is there a hotel pick-up?

The tour meeting points are mostly at MRT station exits (above ground) or at the entrance of a museum. The meeting point varies depending on the walk or coach trail of your choice. Please refer to the individual tour descriptions for more details. Hotel pick-ups are currently not available.

How do I recognise the guide?

That would be the person waving our brochures madly in the air. Alternatively, look out for a group forming at the meeting point and the guide who is wearing a Singapore Tourism Board guide badge.

What if I don’t find the guide at the meeting point?

There are generally two scenarios where this may happen: guests sometimes end up at the wrong meeting point, or, they turn up after the scheduled tour departure time. Our guides usually wait an additional 5 minutes after the scheduled departure time in case of any latecomers. Otherwise, a guide no-show rarely happens. If in doubt, please feel free to call our hotline +65 6325 1631.

How is payment done?

For a hassle-free experience, you are encouraged to book and pay online. Alternatively, you may make payment to the guide in cash prior to your tour. Exact change will be much appreciated by our guides!

How long do the tours last?

The walks generally last 2.5 hours, although, depending on the interests of the walkers, they’ve been known to go up to 3 hours. The coach trails last around 4 hours, again, depending on guests’ interests and road traffic conditions.

Do the tours run as scheduled on public holidays?

No. Our scheduled tours take a break on public holidays in Singapore (we love our festivals!). Please see check our homepage or our red brochure for the exact dates. Private tours may still be arranged on Sundays and public holidays, depending on the availability of our guides.

Is there a discount if I am planning to go on several walks / coach trails?

Check out our Promotions tab for the latest deals for our tours and attractions.

 

Currently, we are offering an ONLINE EXCLUSIVE, where you can get a sweet 10% off your total when you book 2 or more tours on our website (offer is valid with 2 or more DIFFERENT tours booked – we want you to discover different facets of Singapore with The Original Singapore Walks®!)

 

Now and then, we also present exclusive promotions through partners such as the Association of Singapore Attractions and the Singapore Tourism Board. Do look up their websites for the latest deals.

What are the tours like?

Charming, witty, illuminating and highly addictive. By foot, we will explore the many nooks and crannies that run abound in these lovely corners of Singapore and foray behind the scenes to see, hear, touch and feel things that you won’t on most other tours. We take pride and pleasure in exposing the depths, dishing out the dirty, pointing out the eccentricities and regaling you with astonishing true stories of the city-state we grew to adore. Simply go on one and you will see what we mean…

How are the War Trails by Changi Museum different from The Original Singapore Walks®?

The War Trails by Changi Museum are motorcoach-facilitated guided trails that visit selected WWII sites in Singapore. Please note that we will be running Changi WWII™ – Life, Death and Remembrance from 1 Apr 2018 onwards due to the closure of Changi Museum for redevelopment. This is a refreshed and enhanced version of our long-running Changi WWII™ tour. The 4-hour long coach tour explores the Occupation Experience and run every Wed & Sat (reservations recommended as seats are limited).

Will we learn anything about local festivals, celebrations and commemorations on your tours?

Definitely! During festive months, selected tours will be enhanced with festival-specific content. Learn more about our local festivals and how we celebrate them by hopping onto one of our special festive tours! Important events that have shaped our society are also emphasised during commemorative months. Follow our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/theoriginalsingaporewalks to get the latest updates!

Are there other tours apart from the scheduled ones?

Yes, we have a whole gamut of tours available for private bookings. Based on our research team’s accumulated knowledge of local history, military history, the arts, religion and culture, Journeys is able to tailor make tour programmes and packages according to various special interests. Our forte lies in programmes which require educational and professional focus and content. Simply drop us a line at +65 63251631 or send in your details by filling out the enquiry form at least 2 to 3 weeks ahead.

For programmes requiring a full suite of destination services, visit www.journeys.com.sg/tours-and-services

What if it rains?

As long as guests are game, our promise is to run our tours regardless of rain or shine. Guests are advised to wear comfortable, weather-resistant footwear and bring along a cap, umbrella or poncho. Much of the walks take place at sheltered walkways and buildings, which our guides keep to in the event of rain. Coach trails are hardly affected as sites can be viewed from within the comfort of the coach vehicle if necessary. We reserve the right to avoid touring sites due to potential safety hazards under certain weather conditions, such as the open-field Kranji War Graves during a lightning storm.

Is photography / video-recording allowed on the tours?

In protection of the intellectual copyright that goes into the tours, note-taking and any forms of video and audio recording are not allowed on the tours. The interesting stories that we share with you are the result of painstaking research over many years, so do show your appreciation by listening with attentive ears, open hearts and obedient hands! By the way, photography is allowed but not in such excess that it disrupts the tour.

How should I dress to walk under the local climate?

Dress comfortably, preferably wearing a cap and comfy shoes. Bring along sunglasses, an umbrella or poncho, and a bottle of water. When all else fails, put on a big grin and face it like a real globe trekker! (Note: Walkers considering the Sultans of Spice™ tour should remember to dress modestly – sleeved top and full-length skirt or pants – in view of a Mosque visit during the walk.)

Will there be a problem having infants, elderly guests and guests in wheel-chair on the tours?

We put in every effort to make the tours as convenient to all as possible. The walking routes are planned to include sheltered stops, if not stops that allow walkers to enjoy a short sit-down while the guide shares with the group. Most walks (except Red Clogs Down the Five Foot Way™ that goes to Ann Siang Hill via long ramps or stairs and Of Graves, Guns & Battles™ that is conducted on Fort Canning Hill with several flights of steps) are on level ground and we maintain a comfortable walking pace throughout. All guests are urged to be mindful of personal safety while crossing roads, which is hard to avoid while walking around an urbanised city. Guests who rely on wheel-chair to get around may require a considerable level of support embarking on / disembarking from the tour buses used for War Trails by Changi Museum.

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