Frequently Asked QUestions

How is the SneakPeek Singapore walking tour different from other pay-as-you-wish (free) walking tours?


1) Get a comprehensive overview of Singapore's history, culture and development, instead of only one theme or culture. 2) Visit the Singapore River, Central Business District, Chinatown and Tanjong Pagar areas all in one tour. 3) Taste local traditional food, snacks and fruits at 4 food stops. 4) Be awed by the view over the city from a non-touristy viewing deck at the end of the tour! 5) Suitable for not only travelers, but long-term residents and Singaporeans as well!




What is the difference between the 5 hour tour and the 3.5 hour tour option?


The full SneakPeek Singapore Walking Tour experience is 5 hours long. However, we understand that this might not suit everyone. We thus introduced the 3.5 hour option (tour ends at 4:30pm). During the 3.5 hours, we give a comprehensive overview of Singapore's history and culture, and make our way through the Singapore River area, the Central Business District, Chinatown, and Maxwell Food Centre. On this tour, you will see some of the oldest and most exquisite buildings in Singapore. There will also be 3 food and snack stops. For the 5 hour full tour, we have everything in the 3.5 hour tour, but also add on an exploration of the Singapore City Gallery, Tanjong Pagar public housing estate and a sunset view from the top of a 50th floor virewing deck. The additional 1.5 hours will see us cover the modern development of Singpaore, and the socio-poltiical sturctures that govern contemporary life in Singapore.




Can I change my tour from the 3.5 hour option to 5 hour full tour or vice versa during the tour?


Yes you may. Although the sign up form requires you to pick one, if you do wish to change your choice during the tour itself, you may do so. Just let your guide know!





THE BASICS

Where do we go on this tour?


[START] Asian Civilisations Musuem -- Singapore River -- Central Business District -- Chinatown --Traditional bakery [food stop] -- Thian Hock Keng Temple -- Peranakan Cafe [food stop] -- Ann Siang St -- "Crazy Rich Asians" filming location -- Club St -- Maxwell Food Centre [food stop] -- Singapore City Gallery -- Tanjong Pagar public housing estate -- Pinnacle@Duxton viewing deck -- Outram Park MRT Station [END] Note: The 3.5 hour tour ends at Maxwell Food Centre after the food session. This tour does not cover: Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, Sri Mariamman Temple, Chinatown's souvenir streets (Pagoda St, Smith St), Little India or Gardens by the Bay. Please do visit them on your other days in Singapore!




How do I get to the meeting point?


Click here to find out how to get the Asian Civilisations Museum's ticketing lobby.




Where does the tour end?


The tour ends at Outram Park MRT station, which is different from the start (meeting) point.




Walking for 5 hours sounds long. Are there breaks along the way?


Yes, we have four rest stops with seating, spaced out along the route, to allow you to rest your legs and recharge for the next leg of the walk. Some commentary stops also have some form of seating (eg. benches, parapet, steps) should you require them.




Is the route stroller or wheelchair-friendly?


Unfortunately, our tour route is not stroller or wheelchair friendly, as the heritage areas of Singapore are stuck with mostly old infrastructure. That said, most steps along the route have a ramp, slope or elevator alternative, although that requires small detours. A possible alternative would be to take a private tour, which can then be customized to best suit the needs and interests of guests.




What is the distance we are walking?


Approximately 4km (2.5miles) over 5 hours with some steps along the way, from the Asian Civilisations Museum (start point), to Outram Park MRT Station (end point). For the 3.5 hour option, approximately 2.6km (1.6miles) over 3.5 hours, to Maxwell Food Centre.





SIGNING UP

Where do we go on this tour?


[START] Asian Civilisations Musuem -- Singapore River -- Central Business District -- Chinatown --Traditional bakery [food stop] -- Thian Hock Keng Temple -- Peranakan Cafe [food stop] -- Ann Siang St -- "Crazy Rich Asians" filming location -- Club St -- Maxwell Food Centre [food stop] -- Singapore City Gallery -- Tanjong Pagar public housing estate -- Pinnacle@Duxton viewing deck -- Outram Park MRT Station [END] Note: The 3.5 hour tour ends at Maxwell Food Centre after the food session. This tour does not cover: Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, Sri Mariamman Temple, Chinatown's souvenir streets (Pagoda St, Smith St), Little India or Gardens by the Bay. Please do visit them on your other days in Singapore!




How do I get to the meeting point?


Click here to find out how to get the Asian Civilisations Museum's ticketing lobby.




Where does the tour end?


The tour ends at Outram Park MRT station, which is different from the start (meeting) point.




Walking for 5 hours sounds long. Are there breaks along the way?


Yes, we have four rest stops with seating, spaced out along the route, to allow you to rest your legs and recharge for the next leg of the walk. Some commentary stops also have some form of seating (eg. benches, parapet, steps) should you require them.




Is the route stroller or wheelchair-friendly?


Unfortunately, our tour route is not stroller or wheelchair friendly, as the heritage areas of Singapore are stuck with mostly old infrastructure. That said, most steps along the route have a ramp, slope or elevator alternative, although that requires small detours. A possible alternative would be to take a private tour, which can then be customized to best suit the needs and interests of guests.




What is the distance we are walking?


Approximately 4km (2.5miles) over 5 hours with some steps along the way, from the Asian Civilisations Museum (start point), to Outram Park MRT Station (end point). For the 3.5 hour option, approximately 2.6km (1.6miles) over 3.5 hours, to Maxwell Food Centre.





PRICING

Where do we go on this tour?


[START] Asian Civilisations Musuem -- Singapore River -- Central Business District -- Chinatown --Traditional bakery [food stop] -- Thian Hock Keng Temple -- Peranakan Cafe [food stop] -- Ann Siang St -- "Crazy Rich Asians" filming location -- Club St -- Maxwell Food Centre [food stop] -- Singapore City Gallery -- Tanjong Pagar public housing estate -- Pinnacle@Duxton viewing deck -- Outram Park MRT Station [END] Note: The 3.5 hour tour ends at Maxwell Food Centre after the food session. This tour does not cover: Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, Sri Mariamman Temple, Chinatown's souvenir streets (Pagoda St, Smith St), Little India or Gardens by the Bay. Please do visit them on your other days in Singapore!




How do I get to the meeting point?


Click here to find out how to get the Asian Civilisations Museum's ticketing lobby.




Where does the tour end?


The tour ends at Outram Park MRT station, which is different from the start (meeting) point.




Walking for 5 hours sounds long. Are there breaks along the way?


Yes, we have four rest stops with seating, spaced out along the route, to allow you to rest your legs and recharge for the next leg of the walk. Some commentary stops also have some form of seating (eg. benches, parapet, steps) should you require them.




Is the route stroller or wheelchair-friendly?


Unfortunately, our tour route is not stroller or wheelchair friendly, as the heritage areas of Singapore are stuck with mostly old infrastructure. That said, most steps along the route have a ramp, slope or elevator alternative, although that requires small detours. A possible alternative would be to take a private tour, which can then be customized to best suit the needs and interests of guests.




What is the distance we are walking?


Approximately 4km (2.5miles) over 5 hours with some steps along the way, from the Asian Civilisations Museum (start point), to Outram Park MRT Station (end point). For the 3.5 hour option, approximately 2.6km (1.6miles) over 3.5 hours, to Maxwell Food Centre.





TOUR ROUTE

Where do we go on this tour?


[START] Asian Civilisations Musuem -- Singapore River -- Central Business District -- Chinatown --Traditional bakery [food stop] -- Thian Hock Keng Temple -- Peranakan Cafe [food stop] -- Ann Siang St -- "Crazy Rich Asians" filming location -- Club St -- Maxwell Food Centre [food stop] -- Singapore City Gallery -- Tanjong Pagar public housing estate -- Pinnacle@Duxton viewing deck -- Outram Park MRT Station [END] Note: The 3.5 hour tour ends at Maxwell Food Centre after the food session. This tour does not cover: Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, Sri Mariamman Temple, Chinatown's souvenir streets (Pagoda St, Smith St), Little India or Gardens by the Bay. Please do visit them on your other days in Singapore!




How do I get to the meeting point?


Click here to find out how to get the Asian Civilisations Museum's ticketing lobby.




Where does the tour end?


The tour ends at Outram Park MRT station, which is different from the start (meeting) point.




Walking for 5 hours sounds long. Are there breaks along the way?


Yes, we have four rest stops with seating, spaced out along the route, to allow you to rest your legs and recharge for the next leg of the walk. Some commentary stops also have some form of seating (eg. benches, parapet, steps) should you require them.




Is the route stroller or wheelchair-friendly?


Unfortunately, our tour route is not stroller or wheelchair friendly, as the heritage areas of Singapore are stuck with mostly old infrastructure. That said, most steps along the route have a ramp, slope or elevator alternative, although that requires small detours. A possible alternative would be to take a private tour, which can then be customized to best suit the needs and interests of guests.




What is the distance we are walking?


Approximately 4km (2.5miles) over 5 hours with some steps along the way, from the Asian Civilisations Museum (start point), to Outram Park MRT Station (end point). For the 3.5 hour option, approximately 2.6km (1.6miles) over 3.5 hours, to Maxwell Food Centre.





TOUR ACTIVITIES

Where do we go on this tour?


[START] Asian Civilisations Musuem -- Singapore River -- Central Business District -- Chinatown --Traditional bakery [food stop] -- Thian Hock Keng Temple -- Peranakan Cafe [food stop] -- Ann Siang St -- "Crazy Rich Asians" filming location -- Club St -- Maxwell Food Centre [food stop] -- Singapore City Gallery -- Tanjong Pagar public housing estate -- Pinnacle@Duxton viewing deck -- Outram Park MRT Station [END] Note: The 3.5 hour tour ends at Maxwell Food Centre after the food session. This tour does not cover: Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, Sri Mariamman Temple, Chinatown's souvenir streets (Pagoda St, Smith St), Little India or Gardens by the Bay. Please do visit them on your other days in Singapore!




How do I get to the meeting point?


Click here to find out how to get the Asian Civilisations Museum's ticketing lobby.




Where does the tour end?


The tour ends at Outram Park MRT station, which is different from the start (meeting) point.




Walking for 5 hours sounds long. Are there breaks along the way?


Yes, we have four rest stops with seating, spaced out along the route, to allow you to rest your legs and recharge for the next leg of the walk. Some commentary stops also have some form of seating (eg. benches, parapet, steps) should you require them.




Is the route stroller or wheelchair-friendly?


Unfortunately, our tour route is not stroller or wheelchair friendly, as the heritage areas of Singapore are stuck with mostly old infrastructure. That said, most steps along the route have a ramp, slope or elevator alternative, although that requires small detours. A possible alternative would be to take a private tour, which can then be customized to best suit the needs and interests of guests.




What is the distance we are walking?


Approximately 4km (2.5miles) over 5 hours with some steps along the way, from the Asian Civilisations Museum (start point), to Outram Park MRT Station (end point). For the 3.5 hour option, approximately 2.6km (1.6miles) over 3.5 hours, to Maxwell Food Centre.





WITHDRAWING