Singapore's Chinatown: Guided Walking Tour
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- Discover Singapore's bustling and vibrant Chinatown
- Sample delicious treats from a local pastry shop steeped in tradition
- Learn about the yins and yangs of traditional Chinese medicine
- Enjoy free admission to the Chinatown Heritage Center
DescriptionThe streets of Singapore’s Chinatown are filled with stalls selling goods and knick-knacks of all kinds. You can buy a steaming hot bun at one stall and a pair of clogs at the next. A licensed English-speaking guide will meet you at the Telok Ayer MRT station, outside Exit A (Cross Street) and take you on a 2.5-hour walking tour of this fascinating area. Sticky cakes, exotic fruits, sweetmeats: this is a food lover’s paradise! You’ll be tempted by the fragrances of Chinese tea, ginseng, and herbal eggs. Taste different food samples. You’ll see cars, houses, cellphones and even lingerie made out of paper - and all part of an ancient Chinese funeral ritual. Your guide will also introduce to you the concepts of yin and yang in traditional Chinese medicine. And finally, he'll really show you where to get your own ready-made clogs and the best spot to try a steaming hot bun! It’s a good idea to wear comfortable shoes for this walking tour, and to bring along an umbrella or poncho, and a bottle of drinking water.
IncludesLicensed English-speaking guide Meals and drinks unless specified Optional activity costs Personal expenses Tips and gratuities
- Please arrive at the meeting point 15 minutes in advance of the scheduled tour time. Walkers are advised to wear comfortable shoes, bring an umbrella or poncho, and a bottle of water. Private tours are available at different rates. For details, please inquire. Children under 7 years of age may join the tour free of charge.
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