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I was very happy to have selected Alvin for my guide.  I gave him an outline of the things I wanted to see and do and  asked for his ... More more right

Review for Alvin Yeo, Tour guide in Singapore, Singapore

Entdeckungsreise in Singapur mit Danny Lorenzo Danny spricht deutsch, wir kein englisch - also war unser Zusammentreffen perfekt! Wir ... More more right

Review for Danny Lorenzo, Tour guide in Singapore, Singapore

Recently I had been to three countries in SE Asia and interacted with quite a few tour guides. But "pretty Nancy", as she calls herself, was always ... More more right

Review for Nancy Lee, Tour guide in Singapore, Singapore

About Singapore

Perched out on the very tip of the Malay Peninsula, the autonomous Republic of Singapore has long commanded the trade lines of the Malacca Straits, making it one of the world’s richest and most thriving post-colonial port towns. Today, that affluence pokes through at every turn, from the pristine pavements of the high-rise banking district, to the eye-watering architecture and nouveau riche bars of the harbour.
But despite its wealth and comely appearance, there’s no question that Singapore has its visceral, wholly Asian side too. First off, there’s the districts of Little India and Chinatown, where the convergence of bubbling Balti dishes and steaming dim sum stands as testimony to the intense plethora of cultures and creeds that now call this city state home. Then there’s the bubbling mix of mosques, Buddhist temples and Christian churches to explore, not to mention the jungled outback of thickets and swamps that’s typically Southeast Asian in every respect.
Ask any Singapore tourist guide and they’ll tell you that most first-timers kick off their visit with a tall Singapore Sling in Raffles, or a trip to the boutique eateries of the harbourside, none of them leaving town without at least a short jaunt through the magnificent exhibitions of the city’s world-class zoo!

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