How to Tour Singapore For Free with Ethiopian Airlines
You may just be passing through this tiny island-state, but let Singapore’s sights and sounds, colours and beats, energy and electricity enthrall you on the Free Singapore Tour.
If you are transiting at Singapore Changi Airport with a layover period of at least 5.5 hours and less than 24 hours till your connecting flight, you can join one of the free 2.5 hours guided tours with 2 short stopovers.
The Heritage Tour brings you through the architectural brilliance of Singapore’s past and present as we visit colonial and cultural districts – Chinatown, Little India, Kampong Glam – with a short stopover at the Merlion Park where you get a photo opportunity with the symbol of Singapore. The second stopover is at Kampong Glam, one of Singapore’s colourful ethnic precincts.
The City Sights Tour showcases modern Singapore with a short stopover at Merlion Park where you can get a photo with a piece of history of the Lion City, the Merlion, against the magnificent cityscape of our world-class attractions in their night-lights – Singapore Flyer, Marina Bay Sands, the Esplanade, of all others. The tour also offers another short stopover at Gardens by the Bay where you will find the magical Avatar-like Supertrees.
To register and participate in the tours, you are required to have your passport, boarding passes and valid entry visa. Eligibility to participate in the tour is subject to visa entry requirements stipulated by the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority of Singapore.
If you have cabin baggage, it is recommended that you leave them at Left Baggage before joining the tour.
When you arrive at Changi Airport, remain in the transit area and do not clear immigration as the registration booths are located at the transit area.
Registration will close 1 hour before the tour start time and participants will be guided as a group to clear immigration before the tour starts.
Registration booths for the tours are located at Terminal 2 and Terminal 3 of Singapore Changi Airport.
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