Published April 2000
by Writers Club Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||492|
Self-Guided Walking Tours to Explore Singapore, Singapore Follow these 13 expert-designed self-guided walking tours to explore Singapore, Singapore on foot at your own pace. You can also create your own self-guided walk to visit the city attractions which interest you the most. Singapore – A Walking Tour If you plan to stay in Singapore at least a week, you could consider popping into a bookstore to get this at the start of your trip. It contains charming sketches of landmarks and suggests walks that will help you uncover some of Singapore. Free walking city tours in Singapore, prepared by The Walking Singapore team, are the best way to explore this city of fascinating contrasts that has its head in the future and its soul in the past. Book it now and go sightseeing, discover local attractions and learn city's rich history told by our professional guides for free! The book describes the unique qualities of the black-and-white house and how it has come to be seen as one of Singapore’s most notable contributions to early 20th-century architecture. The book is both scholarly and eminently readable while the photography, by Luca Invernizzi Tettoni, is stunning. Heritage Places of Singapore.
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Go off the beaten path with our award-winning heritage walking and coach tours, including our popular war trail, Changi WWII™. Explore hidden gems and gain fascinating insights into Singapore on The Original Singapore Walks®, led by experienced local guides. Convenient meeting points at train stations. Book online for discounts. The Book contains 15 walking routes through all areas of Singapore, and has point by point instructions on how to walk and what to look out for. Pleun and Sandra have kindly donated the book to NCA and RDA. All proceeds of the sale through NCA will go to charities supported by us. Walking time: 3 - 4 hr. Cycling time: 2 hr. Changi Beach Park. - One of the oldest coastal parks. - Tranquil and relaxed ambience. - Close to other attractions like Pulau Ubin and Changi Village. Walking time: 2hr. Cycling time: 1hr. Changi Point Coastal Walk. - A scenic walk by the sea. - Lush greenery and coastal-loving plants. Book Singapore Tours and attraction tickets. Visit Sentosa Island, Gardens by the Bay, Universal Studios & more. Lowest Prices. Easy Cancelation. Reliable Operators.4/5(K).