Our tour starts at the Singapore River - the lifeline of Singapore where the first immigrants eked out a meagre living and saw Singapore transform from an obscure little fishing village to a great seaport. Admire beautifully restored warehouses that now house chic quayside dining and entertainment spots and the contrasting skyscrapers of the Financial District. Then marvel at magnificent colonial..
The evening begins with a local Chinese Dinner in the comfort of an air-conditioned restaurant. En route to the world’s largest fountain, take in the beautiful sight of the central business district via Benjamin Sheares Bridge. Next, we move on to Bugis Street or other night bazaars during festive periods, where our guide will take you for a stroll at the night market or ‘pasar malam’ where you ma..
Recently voted one of the Top 10 Indoor Gardens of the World, the Gardens by the Bay is also Singapore’s number 1 attraction according to Trip Advisor. Featuring more than 1 million plants from more than 5,000 species, Gardens by the Bay in Singapore is a must-see destination filled with wonders from around the world. Marvel at the 35-metre tall indoor waterfall and stroll above the jungle canopy..
Combine a scenic cruise to Lamma Island with a delicious seafood dinner at a local restaurant; see locals in a fishing village go about their daily lives and enjoy an uninterrupted view of the Symphony of Lights, one of the largest permanent sound-and-light shows in the world. Your evening begins by boarding a ferry to cruise along the coastline to Lamma Island, the third largest island in Hong Ko..
Tiffin translates into 'a light mid-day meal'. Enjoying it with curry on Sunday was an essential aspect of colonial life in the early 20th century, with Raffles Hotel serving it since 1899. To recognise this tradition, the main dining room was officially named Tiffin Room in 1976. The late afternoon light meal at the Tiffin Room offers guests a delightful spread of savouries and sweets, complemen..
Macau, a former Portuguese enclave, mixes colonial charm with modern Chinese zest and is just a short hour-long ferry ride from Hong Kong. Sometimes called the Las Vegas of the East, for its many glitzy casinos and nightlife, Macau is also home to several UNESCO-listed World Heritage Sites. This full day tour will show you every side of Macau as it takes in the most popular attractions including t..
Hong Kong’s largest outlying island, Lantau Island seems a world away from the high rise modernity of Hong Kong Island. It offers unspoilt countryside, lush green valleys, pristine beaches, reflective monasteries and giant statues. On the Lantau Island tour, you’ll visit Cheung Sha Beach with its beautiful white sands, the historical fishing village of Tai O, the famous Po Lin Monastery and the wo..
This half day tour of Hong Kong Island begins with a visit to famous Stanley Market, one of the must-see places for visitors to Hong Kong. You will find an interesting array of little shops selling silk garments, art, Chinese costume jewellery and typical souvenirs. Also including a visit to a jewellery warehouse. The tour also includes the fishing village of Aberdeen. Aberdeen Harbour has the hon..
All aboard an exhilarating Dubai helicopter tour. After take-off from Dubai Festival City you will follow the creek winding past the Creek golf course and continue over the Spice Souk and the Historical Wind Towers located in Bur Dubai and Deirah, two of the oldest suburbs of Dubai. Once you have reached the dry docks on your helicopter ride over Dubai, you will make a left turn and follow the coa..
A fabulous evening on a Bateaux Dubai dinner cruise awaits. This elegant two-and-a-half hour Dubai Marina dinner cruise offers the best sightseeing with fine dining, personalised service and a contemporary classical soundtrack. Enjoy a 360-degree view of Dubai Creek from the sleek, all-glass, Seine-designed Bateaux Dubai boat, whilst savouring a delicious four-course, à-la-carte menu freshly prepa..