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City Sightseeing Singapore Hop-On Hop-Off Tour

  • Comprehensive overview of Singapore on a flexible hop-on hop-off bus tour
  • Choose a 24- or 48-hour ticket to suit your schedule
  • Live commentary on board educates you while passing Singapore landmarks
City Sightseeing Singapore Hop-On Hop-Off Tour
From US$30.23
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24 Hour Bus TicketMost Popular
With this option, explore Singapore with a hop on hop off bus ticket, valid for 24 hours from first use.
48 Hour Bus Ticket
With this option, explore Singapore with a hop on hop off bus ticket, valid for 48 hours from first use.
See all of Singapore’s top attractions at your own pace with this hop-on hop-off bus tour. Choose between a 24- or 48-hour ticket, depending on your schedule, and ride around the city on two different bus routes covering sites such as Chinatown, Little India, Kampong Glam, and Clarke Quay. Listen to commentary as you pass the most important landmarks in the city, hopping off whenever you choose to explore independently.
What to Expect
When booking, choose between a 24- or 48-hour ticket, and begin your tour anytime during the bus’ operating hours. With voucher in hand, make your way to the bus hub at Suntec City to begin your tour and select one of two routes (you can do the second one later in the day).

Climb aboard and find a seat in the bus’ covered bottom or open top, which provides a panoramic view of the sights.

Learn about the city’s highlights as you pass through neighborhoods such as Clarke Quay, Kampong Glam, Little India, and Chinatown (specifics vary depending on which route you choose). You’ll get to know the city’s multicultural landscape, including colonial landmarks and sleek skyscrapers. Hop off anytime you’d like to explore a stop further on your own, and then simply catch the next bus that comes along.
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Very good but be careful which package you buy

On the plus side, it is a convenient way to get around and the onboard audio is very interesting. Be sure to take advantage of the Little India and Chinatown tours that are included for free. Both guides were very knowedgable and answered everyones questions....More

12  Thank oldwineau
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
2 day Pass - Great Value & Convenience

This bus is great. You can literally get all over the City area with ease, you can choose to wear the ear-phones provided to get a verbal History and information Guide (in multiple languages). We did a Night Tour with these guys also, which was...More

3  Thank Feehass
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Very convenient - and efficient

Very good 43 dollars for one day. 7 different lines. Even a free shuttle service from/to the cruise terminal. The main hub for the services is the north part of the Suntec shopping arcade (w free WIFI by the way...)

Thank Rolf L
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Bit repetitive

First bus 9am last 6pm so not really 24 hour ticket. Very hot even under shade. We found the routes doubled up so you got the same commentary again and again. Passing the same highlights often.

2  Thank PaulineTAntrum
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Good way to see Singapore

Alway enjoy a bus tour when travelling. It's a good way to see the city on a limited schedule. We had a 24 hour pass, and used it for all the yellow and half the red route. The stops are very frequent so its a...More

1  Thank Brian C
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15 August 2018|
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Response from LeaS671 | Reviewed this property |
No it doesn't. We left on a cruise from Singapore and we caught a taxi from our hotel. Taxi's are really affordable in Singapore so don't stress about it too much and enjoy your stay and get dropped right off at the ship... More
Surinder K
13 August 2018|
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Response from Ian S | Reviewed this property |
Buy it on the bus is simplest.
Natividad G
19 July 2018|
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Response from Silesius43 | Reviewed this property |
Just use the public transportation. It saves money, time and nerves. We used hop on hop off in many cities. We would not recommend to do it in Singapore.