Singapore 7 with 1-Altitude
Tour the grounds with Singapore 7 Sightseeing (valid for 48 hours) – the most value-worthy tour option that links you to major sights, attractions and hotels in the city, then dive into an in-depth exploration of the city after dark! Treat yourself to a view of the glamorous skyline or enjoy some night market madness!
Duration: 1 admission to 1-Altitude (1–2 hours tour time) and 2 Days on Singapore 7 Sightseeing
Singapore 7 Sightseeing
Take the Singapore 7 Sightseeing tour for a comprehensive view of the city, free-and-easy style. Expect to visit major attractions in Singapore on board 4 Hop On Hop Off Lines and 3 Feeder Lines:
Yellow Line – City line that takes you to leading points of interests in the city, such as Orchard Road, Singapore's prime shopping belt and Botanic Gardens, UNESCO designated World Heritage Site.
Red Line – Heritage line that allows you to visit the ethnic enclaves of Singapore, including Little India, Kampong Glam and Chinatown.
Brown Line – Explore Merlion Park and catch a glimpse of the classic heartlands partially transformed into hipster hotspots.
Blue Line – Go off the beaten track into Middle Road and Jalan Besar neighbourhood before indulging in street shopping mayhem at Bugis Street.
Green Line – Bask in ultimate luxury at Singapore's two world famous Integrated Resorts, the resplendent Marina Bay Sands and Resorts Word Sentosa, where more spellbinding attractions, such as SEA Aquarium, await.
Zoo-Safari Line 1 – Escape from the city into the wild! This line leads you to Wildlife Reserves Singapore's award-winning parks, Zoo, Night Safari and River Safari.
Zoo-Safari Line 2 – Let you dreams take flight at Jurong Bird Park, a sprawling sanctuary housing over 400 bird species from parrots to penguins.1-Altitude
Highest al fresco bar in the world.
Operating Hours: 8.30am – 5.30pm (Last admission 5pm)What to Expect
Duration: 1 admission to 1-Altitude and 2 days (48-hour validity) of unlimited rides on Singapore 7 Sightseeing.
Attractions: Orchard Road, Botanic Gardens, Little India, Chinatown, Flyer, Gardens by the Bay, Clarke Quay and more.