Singapore Skyline Photo Walk
Here's your chance to experience Singapore like a local and bring home unique shots to wow your family and friends. The city is an enormous melting pot of cultures making it a vibrant Asian must-see destination.
Your expert photographer tour guide will take you to the city's hidden gems and historic colonial areas as well as downtown Singapore and all the special points in between. The concrete jungles that once dominated Singapore's skyline are slowly giving way to green skyscrapers, which look more like living ecosystems than business hubs.
Take shots of serene Hindu and Buddhist temples, beautiful churches and Islamic mosques then get up close and personal with Singapore's unique street art. The historical Clarke Quay riverside and Marina Bay city skyline offer stunning panoramic water views.
You will visit Bugis, a local retail and dining hotspot with a colorful and salacious past. Not to be missed is the colonial-style architecture of the luxury Raffles Hotel. Armenian hoteliers, the Sarkies Brothers, first leased the property with the intention of turning it into a high-end hotel. On December 1, 1887, the ten-room hotel opened and with its proximity to the beach and its reputation for high standards in services and accommodations became popular with wealthy clientele.
Throughout this small, exclusive tour you will maximize your time in Singapore thanks to your guide's expert knowledge of the streets and transit systems. Along the way you will become more skillful with your camera and its many functions, and try out some novel photography techniques.
You will also stop for lunch and two breaks where you can sample the local food and survey Singaporean life. Your time in this amazing city concludes with an enjoyable river cruise around the Marina Bay and Clarke Quay before your return to port.
Sign up for this immersive tour today to experience Singapore and create spectacular travel photographs to share.