The Best of Singapore Biking Experience is set in the urban city of Singapore. Our journey brings us from the Past to the Present of Singapore, with the Singapore River as our guide.
Visit the Chinatown Wet Market, Sri Mariamman Temple and Tian Hock Chinese Temple.
After we leave the past of Singapore behind us, venture into the the present of Singapore through our Central Business District and towards the Marina Bay Sands Hotel. Get your cameras ready as the view opens up in front of you to the Merlion, Esplanade, Floating Platform and Singapore River Basin. Once your picture cravings have been satisfied, move on with us into Gardens By The Bay and Marina Barrage. Finally enjoy a casual ride through the town as we round up our session back along the Singapore River.
Kampong Glam, Chinatown, Marina Bay
Please make your way to the nearest MRT Station, and proceed to alight at the station named Stadium. Once you are at Stadium, head towards Exit B, and the starting point should be just 100m ahead of you.
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Places to stop along the way:
Kampong Glam, Haji Lane, Bugis, Chinatown, Marina Bay, Gardens by the Bay
Best time of day:
9AM - 9PM
Pedestrians, sunblock, comfortable attire, ample hydration, light snacks, helmet, change of clothes
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