Self Guided Tours

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Botanic Gardens – The Green Oasis

       Singapore’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site, the 150-year old Singapore Botanic Gardens is a lush oasis of greenery in a busy urban city packed with skyscrapers. This place of interest is a must go for all tourists and local residents. With this self-guided Walking Tour, you’ll get to spend...

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Chinatown – A Melting Pot of Culture

       Thought Chinatown Singapore was only for the Chinese? Not in Singapore! Follow the LocoMole Chinatown trail and let LocoMole bring you around. Find yourself in an eclectic melting pot of cultures, where Hindus, Muslims and Chinese have all left an indelible mark on its landscape and food-scape. With this...

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City Tour by MRT

       Have a self-guided City Tour Around Singapore on LocoMole’s MRT Trail Singapore is one of those cities where you need not hire a private cab to get you around. And there is a way to cover all the must-see must-do in Singapore, simply via the MRT. Just follow this...

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Gardens By The Bay

       Gardens By the Bay Tour Singapore – Come and take a walk in the clouds! Enter a kingdom where the branches of massive Supertrees caress the sky, where old olive trees are tickled by playful orchid blooms. Tiptoe along misty passages under a giant glass dome, and stick out...

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Guns of Labrador Trail

       With 85,000 soldiers, a fleet of tanks, and state-of-the-art gun batteries, Singapore was considered to be an impregnable fortress. Despite all of this, Singapore fell to the Japanese in World War II. The Battlefield trail retraces the footsteps of brave soldiers who defended Singapore during her darkest days. Find...

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Telok Ayer – Past and Present

       You might think that Chinatown was the place where Singapore’s first Chinese immigrants settled. Surprisingly, you’d be wrong. Before Chinatown, there was Telok Ayer. Telok Ayer was the original area allocated to the Chinese community in Sir Stamford Raffles’ 1822 Plan for the Town of Singapore. It was around...

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Battle For Bukit Timah

With 85,000 soldiers, a fleet of tanks, and state-of-the-art gun batteries, Singapore was considered to be an impregnable fortress. Despite all of this, Singapore fell to the Japanese in World War II. The Battlefield trail retraces the footsteps of brave soldiers who defended Singapore during her darkest days. Find out...

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Battle For Kent Ridge

With 85,000 soldiers, a fleet of tanks, and state-of-the-art gun batteries, Singapore was considered to be an impregnable fortress. Despite all of this, Singapore fell to the Japanese in World War II. The Battlefield trail retraces the footsteps of brave soldiers who defended Singapore during her darkest days. Find out...