Going back to Singapore's multiracial roots, Specifically the Chinese, Malay and Indian roots
This trip takes you to the three main racial backgrounds of Singapore, to the famed Chinatown, Kampong Glam cum Bugis, and Little India, exploring the many religious places of these races, eating traditionally in gem-quality locally popular eateries(normally hard to find on oneself), as well as experiencing the many Singaporean way of life .
The first stop is at Bugis, where most tourists venture to.(If time permits, we will visit the cheap and fashionable Bugis village, where the latest trends are found)
The walk will take us to Kampong Glam, taking you to the majestic Sultan Mosque, and from there, is a trip to Chinatown to see the vibrant and traditional Chinese streets and street Hawkers selling foods from savoury to sweet, as well as souvenir shopping, and a pit stop at the traditional Chinese Temples.
The final stop at Little India allows one's picking up of spices, buying of beautiful jasmine ensembles of flower, and traditional Indian cum Malay food.
The movement to places can be changed according the the preference of the tourist :)
Weekdays, Monday to Thursday.
Meeting point will be at Bugis/Chinatown/Little India
Full tour around the famous 3 ethnic 'towns', including Temples and places of interest.
Price Doesn't Include:
Prices do not include souvenir, food, museum entrance fees($6sgd and less) and other miscellaneous goods
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