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2 hours // S$60 per person

If you think the Marina Bay is beautiful by day, wait till the sun sets! Get ready to be awed on our Marina Bay Night Tour!

From the Let’s Go shop along the Singapore River, get on your bikes (with safety lights of course) and follow your local guide as he navigates the riverfront promenade. See the many restaurants and pubs come to life as locals and tourists flock to the area to see and be seen!

We cycle towards the Singapore Flyer and the Formula One Pit Building. If we’re lucky, we’ll catch a live music performance just outside the Esplanade. Don’t forget to ask your guide about the floating football pitch too!

After the adrenalin rush, we’ll find peace and tranquillity at the Gardens by the Bay. Let the SuperTrees tower over you and learn how the Marina Barrage keeps floods at bay. Feel a high tide coming on? Your caring guide will stop for a toilet dash here!

We’ll ride along the Kallang River towards the iconic National Stadium. Along the way you will see tranquil scenery and some of the costliest waterfront homes in Singapore.

As we take a leisurely ride back to the Let’s Go shop, we’ll ride to part of the business district where trade first started in Singapore over 200 years ago. Marvel at the lovingly-conserved shop houses that is Boat Quay and maybe join in the revelry taking place after your tour!


2 Hours






Experience Highlights


Start & End Point

Let’s Go Bike Singapore


Marina Bay Sands Hotel

Arguably the most recognisable structure in Singapore, the SkyPark roof is shaped like a surfboard. Many celebrities have stayed here, including Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Tiger Woods, Hugh Jackman, Taylor Swift, Kobe Bryant, Gong Li, Jason Mraz, F1 drivers, etc., too many to name!


Singapore Flyer & Formula One

Bigger than the London Eye, the Singapore Flyer is the world’s largest observation wheel outside the US. It offers unparalleled views of the island 165m above ground.

Right next to the Flyer is the Formula One Pit Building! F1 aficionados will go crazy as few tracks in the world allow you to walk right up to the garages and Start/Finish Line!

*Not accessible during F1 season in September


Marina Barrage

Completed in 2011, the Marina Barrage works to alleviate flooding in low-lying areas of the city. It also dams the mouth of the Marina Channel to create Singapore’s first reservoir in the city area. On weekends, it is a popular getaway for families to picnic or fly kites.


Singapore River

It would not be wrong to say that everything about Singapore started from this river. Once filthy and crowded with squatters, it is now clean and boasts some of the priciest real estate in town. The numerous eateries and bars that dot the promenade come alive when night falls.


Gardens By The Bay

Spanning 250 acres on reclaimed land, the Gardens is Singapore’s strategy to create a ‘City in a Garden’ by enhancing the greenery and flora in the area. We will ride the perimeter on our tour so you can take in the magnificence and size of the Gardens.


Boat Quay

Formerly warehouses for goods trading along the Singapore River, the only businesses you’ll find here are restaurants, clubs and bars. This is where the tourists and locals come to party!e.


Esplanade & The Merlion

The Esplanade is Singapore’s world-class performing arts theatre and concert hall. Or affectionately known as ‘durian’ to locals! The Merlion is a mythical creature with the head of a lion and the body of a fish, used as a tourism mascot and national personification of Singapore.


Fullerton Hotel

Originally a fort built in 1829 against sea attacks, the main building was built in 1928 and used as the Post Office until 1970s. The Tax Dept took over until 1995. Fullerton Hotel opened in 2001.


Raffles Place

This is the business heartbeat of Singapore. Surrounded by modem glass skyscrapers, offices of the world’s major companies, financial institutions can be found here.


The Civic District

Look out for the Supreme Court and Singapore’s Parliament House. A statue of Sir Stamford Raffles, founder of modern Singapore in 1819, is found here.


The National Stadium

A modern architecture marvel completed in 2014, the Singapore National Stadium seats 55,000 and features a retractable roof. Get up close and personal on our night tour and see it in all its splendor!


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Block 462 Crawford Lane
#01-57 Singapore 190462




Block 462 Crawford Lane
#01-57 Singapore 190462