Rediscoversingapore heritage tours by Monster Day Tours

Book your free walking tour in 4 simple steps:

 

  1. Approach the hotel front desk to redeem your free walking tour voucher

  2. Select a tour of your choice from the list of available tours below (view full tour itinerary here)

  3. Click on your preferred tour to start your booking.

  4. Complete the booking & receive a booking confirmation via email.

Note:  All tours require 48 hours advance booking.  This is not a private tour.

Terms & Conditions

Important Notice - Temporary Cease of Walking Tour
All walking tours by Monster Day Tours will cease its operations temporarily from 22 May to 13 June 2021. Guests with check-in from 14 May to 13 June 2021 will be able to redeem their tour online from 14 June till 31 August 2021. Please ensure that complimentary vouchers must be collected during stay. 

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Singapore Heritage Tour Series

HERITAGE TOUR SERIES

Rediscover Singapore's history, culture, arts and disappearing trades through our ethnic quarters and the diverse community within

Chinatown: Struggles of Our Forefathers

Kampong Glam: From Royalty to Trendy

Little India: Journey of
the Senses

Testimonials

First tour I have done with a hotel stay!

" I have done a few staycations but this is the first time it comes with a complimentary heritage tour.  Anyway, we decide to book a tour for Little India since I have never really explored the place in depth. And it was a great choice! We had our amazing guide Bas, who show us how colourful the place was. "

 

Jeannie, lyf Funan

Expat couples on rediscover singapore heritage tours
Friend and family bonding tours at heritage sites

Do you know?

 

What is the most popular leisure activity that our early Chinese immigrants loved when they first came to Singapore?

A. Smoke Opium

B. Chinese Street Operas

C. Chap Chep Card Game

D. Visit the Theatre

Have you seen this?


The Singapore Tourism Board describes this mural by a local artist as an energetic emblem of national diversity. Do you know where it's located?

Hidden photo spots singapore_Little India Art Murals