Top 10 Things To Do In Singapore For Free

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4) Walking Tours
For visitors who would like a deeper understanding of the places they visit, they can join a walking tour.

DUCK & HiPPO, a local tour company, offers free (tipping required) walking tours for Little India and Chinatown.

The Chinatown Chinatown Walking Tour takes visitors to discover the rich cultural history up close and personal. Highlights are: Chinatown Heritage Centre in Pagoda Street, Sri Mariamman Temple (oldest Hindu Temple in Singapore), Old Lai Chun Yuen Opera House and Buddha Tooth Relic Temple in Sago Street.

Chinatown Singapore
free walking tour: Chinatown in Singapore

Chinatown Walk
Meeting/Registration Point: 48, Pagoda Street, Chinatown.
Time: 2.30pm – 5pm (Mon / Wed / Fri – except public holidays)
Duration: 2.5 hours

How to get there?:
The nearest MRT Station is Chinatown (Downtown Line / North East Line).

things to do in Singapore for free
free walking tour: Little India, Singapore

The Little India Walking Tour offers a similar experience to discover the rich cultural history of the area. Highlights are: Little India Arcade, Thaudapani Spice Shop, Mustafa Shopping Centre (opens 24 hours a day) and the Sri Veeramakaliamman Hindu temple.

Little India Walk
Meeting/Registration Point: The Verge main entrance
Add: 2, Serangoon Road, Little India.
Time: 10.30am – 1pm (Tues / Thurs / Sat – except public holidays)
Duration: 2.5 hours

How to get there?:
The nearest MRT Station is Little India (North East Line). Take Exit E.

For enquiries (DUCK & HiPPO):
Web: www.ducktours.com.sg
Tel: 6338 6877

Another free (tipping required) walking tour is provided by Singapore Footprints. Available every Saturday and Sunday, the tour explores various attractions such as the heritage areas of Bugis and Bras Basah, also to discover other points of interest along the Singapore River banks.

Singapore Footprints Walking Tour
Meeting Point: Raffles Place MRT Exit B (street level)
Time: 4.15pm – 7pm (Sat & Sun)
Duration: 2.5 hours

For enquiries:
Web: www.singaporefootprints.com
Email: singaporefootprints@gmail.com

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8 thoughts on “Top 10 Things To Do In Singapore For Free

  1. Should have seen this post first before my visit to Singapore rather than spending so much money there when our Ringgit is weaker!

  2. I love Singapore! I’ve been there once and I witness the Marina Bay being build so yeah that was exciting. I would love to visit again there and hopefully I don’t forget to get a Singapore Tourist Pass 😀 lol

  3. I should have bought this card when I was there last year. Now I know about it. Like your top 10 things to do there.

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