Crazy Rich Singaporeans

5.5 hours | Singapore | S I N - 2 2 5
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Description

Be sure to read the Special Notes further down this page for important requirements and restriction.

What you will visit:

Gardens by the Bay

The locale used for the wedding dinner of Colin and Aramanta, the Gardens by the Bay is a breathtaking waterfront compound showcasing a series of magnificent themed gardens, creating this dazzling, multi-award-winning horticultural destination. The 250-acre park is home to more than 250,000 rare plants housed in giant domed conservatories with several different climate regions to discover. Stroll leisurely through various landscapes, floral pavilions, sparkling water features and the spectacular Super Trees.

Marina Bay Sands Hotel (independent exploration)

Dominating the Marina Bay waterfront is the fantastic work of visionary architect Moshe Safdie. The Marina Bay Sands, considered the world's most expensive resort casino property, dominates the skyline and Singapore's new financial district. The Sands SkyPark Observation Deck (admission at your own expense) is a massive wooden-decked area soaring 57 levels above the city for awe-inspiring citywide views.

What you will see along the way:

You don't have to be crazy, rich or Asian to enjoy gazing upon this spectacular city's top landmarks, with a special nod to the latest Hollywood blockbuster. You'll see the land of the rich and famous who make their homes in Tyersall Road, Gallop Road and Cluny Park as well as others. Top glamourous sights are the Raffles Hotel where movie characters Rachel Chu and her rich boyfriend, Nick Young, stayed; the colonial-era Chijmes; Merlion, the official mascot of Singapore, a mythical creature with a fish's body and a lion's head; and the Singapore Flyer, a giant Ferris wheel.

Photo Opportunities:

Bring your camera to capture your own version of this popular film when you stop to snap pictures of some of the area's most beloved landmarks and local spots featured as locations.

See the oldest Chinese temple, Thian Hock Keng, built in 1839 with donations from wealthy businessmen. At Ann Siang Hill in Singapore's lively Chinatown, snap a photo of the walkway where Eleanor Young strolled did prior to her mahjong session. And make a quick stop at Bat Bukit Pasoh, a picturesque stretch in Chinatown that, is lined with Peranakan shops and the café where Peik Lin and Rachel had coffee.

Snack:

At Newton Food Centre, you'll find colorful stalls laden with treats. You'll pause for a refreshing beverage (juice) and can also purchase snacks at your own expense.

Shopping:

During your free time at the Marina Bay Sands Hotel, you may choose to explore the outstanding shopping complex, one of Singapore's largest luxury retail malls, where you'll discover luxury brands and the latest, trendy, street styles.

Tour timeline may vary to avoid overcrowding, etc.

Depart Ship and drive to Gardens by the Bay. Here view the venue where the wedding dinner of Colin and Aramanta took place.

Time at site:
00:45

Drive pass Thian Hock Kheng Temple – one of the oldest Chinese temple

Travel time:
00:15

Stop at Ann Siang Hill and stroll along the walkway as Eleanor Young did prior to her mahjong session

Time at site:
00:30

Next stop is Bukit Pasoh where Peik in and Rachel had coffee

Time at site:
00:30

Drive to and through the land of the rich and famous who are housed along Tyersall Road, Gallop Road and Cluny Park as well as others

Travel time:
00:30

Drive pass the schools of Nick and Colin before arriving at Newton Circus for a drink and purchase some food at your own cost

Time at site:
00:45

Drive pass Raffles Hotel, CHIJMES , Merlion, Singapore Flyer and stop at Marina Bay Sands Hotel

Travel time:
00:30

Free time on your own

Time at site:
01:15

Meet up and drive back to ship

Travel time:
00:30