Experience the diversity of Singapore's famously vibrant cultural melting pot with a journey to the city's three main ethnic enclaves. Wander through bustling Chinatown, discover tasty Singaporean dishes in Kampong Glam Malay district and take in the colour and energy of Little India.
This is priced for a group with space for up to 4 adults.
Spend half a day exploring Singapore’s three major ethnic enclaves, and in turn the story behind how Singapore grew to become the fascinating cultural melting pot it is today.
Set off first to Chinatown, a glittering blend of old and new where traditional medicinal halls and goldsmiths sit alongside hip hotels and restaurants. Wander through the streets toward the breathtaking Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum - a scarlet red monolith built in traditional Chinese style - before heading to Sri Mariamman Temple, the oldest Hindu temple in Singapore. Discover the depths of the building constructed in 1827 before continuing onto Kampong Glam, the Malay ethnic enclave in Singapore. Stop at the landmark Sultan Mosque and its captivating golden dome, stopping for a while to browse the shops here selling traditional wares and exquisite fabrics.
We then head to Arab Street, home to stalls selling handmade perfumes and traditional Malay dresses. Our last stop is Little India where you can discover this uniquely vibrant and colorful district. Take in the bizarre mosaic of wet shops, food courts and shopping areas here to wrap up your journey.