East West understands that each client have different interests and preference. Listed below are tour and package selections that will help you in planning your itinerary. These items are grouped according to the type of experience you have selected.
This lifestyle beach paradise is where one celebrate a life of meaning and adventure, and in turn, let life inspire us right back. That is why this piece of heaven is named Ola, a Hawaiian word for life, health and well-being, as it is the way of giving everyone a place to be inspired, experience what it means to be free and explore the great outdoors right by the sea.
Unveil Singapore's wild past by discovering an area which was once known as "Singapore's red light district". Bugis Street, was famous not only for the night market but also for night entertainments during the 1980's.
Today, the original Bugis Street is now a cobblestoned, relatively wide avenue, sandwiched between the buildings of the Bugis Junction shopping complex. The "New Bugis Sreet" is billed as "the largest street-shopping location in Singapore".
Enjoy an afternoon tea with unlimited replenishment of your tiered contents and free -flowing coffee and tea at Fullerton Hotel's sunlit atrium lobby - The Courtyard.
Trishaws were predominantly an evolution of the Japanese' rickshaws (man-pulled carriers) in Singapore during the Japanese Occupation. Many of the early trishaw riders originated from the Fujian Province in China where members of these dialect groups were relatively late immigrants to Singapore.
Trishaws today have become part of Singapore's cultural heritage. Though trishaws are no longer a common means of travel for locals, this 3-wheeled vehicle can still be seen along the small alleys of Singapore's cultural enclaves to let visitors experience the Singapore of yesteryear.
Enjoy a walk at the Botanic Gardens, where over half a million species of plant life thrive over a spread of 52 hectares of land. The crown jewel within the Botanic Gardens, is the National Orchid Garden. Not only it is a masterpiece of the garden design, Singapore Botanic and Orchid Garden is honoured as a UNESCO heritage site in May 2015. Learn more about the Vanda Miss Joachim, the national orchid flower that came to be when Singapore gained its independence from Malaysia in 1965.
Currently, the Gardens' mission includes providing botanical and horticultural support for the nation's greening plans, being a centre for plant taxonomic and biodiversity research in the region, as well as a recreational and educational attraction.
National Gallery Singapore is a new visual arts institution which oversees the largest public collection of modern art in Singapore and Southeast Asia. The Gallery is housed in two national monuments - former Supreme Court and City Hall, that have been beautifully restored and transformed into this exciting venue in the heart of the Civic District.
Reflecting Singapore's unique heritage and geographical location, the Gallery will feature Singapore and Southeast Asian art in its long-term and special exhibitions. It will also work with leading museums worldwide to co-present Southeast Asian art in a wider context, positioning Singapore as a regional and international hub for the visual arts.
Emerging from sand quarrying town filled with undulating hillocks and deep craters in the 1970s, Tampines has been completely transformed into an award wining settlements. In 1992, the Housing and Development Board (HDB) received the United Nations’ World Habitat Award for Tampines New Town and its contribution to “innovation and successful human settlements”.The award identifies new outstanding human settlement projects to serve as examples for others to follow, beating out well developed cities like Vancouver and Boston. Tampines now provides its residents a great balance of home and commercial development enclosed with pockets of beautiful parks and reservoirs in order to keep it a green living area.
Boat Quay, nestled in the heart of Singapore's Central Business District (CBD), is one of the hippiest dining, entertainment and lifestyle destinations in Singapore. Offering an eclectic mix of high-end restaurants, casual eateries, charming cafés and riverfront alfresco dining as well as artisanal cocktail bars, lively pubs and energetic clubs with an all-night following, Boat Quay is arguably the favourite place to chill out for most professionals, expatriates, tourists and families.
Set in a former military barracks dating back to 1936 and surrounded by lush tropical greenery, the Gillman Barracks visual arts cluster was launched in September 2012. Jointly developed by government agencies, the Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB), the National Arts Council (NAC) and the JTC Corporation (JTC), Gillman Barracks’ vision is to be Asia’s destination for the presentation and discussion of international and Southeast Asian art. Gillman Barracks is now home to leading international and home-grown galleries, national research centre NTU Centre for Contemporary Art (CCA) Singapore, and art organisations Art Outreach and Playeum’s Children’s Centre for Creativity. The art businesses and organisations are complemented by an array of cafes, bars and restaurants.
The city tour of Johor Bahru, the southern gateway into peninsular Malaysia, starts with one of the finest mosque in Malaysia named after the Sultan of modern Johor, Sultan Abu Bakar. Next stop to visit a “Kampong “ house before proceeding to a FIRST GLASS TEMPLE IN THE WORLD (Hindu temple) .
After Lunch , proceed Bangunan Sultan Ismail - Kota Iskandar . Guided tour into Sultan Ismail Buiding through Jauhar Gallery which contains exhibits regarding the state of Johor. Walk through one or both gardens which is Laman Kasturi or Laman Rampai and finally entry into Dewan Negeri Johor - Malaysia's first experiential parliament where visitors are allowed into the Johor State Parliament Assembly Hall - a learning experience.
*Remember to bring your passports as guests will have to cross immigration boarders between Singapore and Malaysia.
Inspired by the popular movie - Crazy Rich Asians, embark on an immersive journey to learn about Singapore's transformation from a humble trading port to a first-world country in a short span of 50+ years. On this 4-hour guided walking tour, you'll visit the movie's famous filming locations such as Chijmes, Merlion Park, Marina Bay Sands and Supertree grove at Gardens by the Bay. Hear the forgotten tales of Singapore's past and learn about the city's development as we visit other iconic landmarks and monuments built in the 20th century. Finally, experience the cultural diversity of modern Singapore as you interact with the local community, taste local snacks and even learn what is Singlish!
Being a "rojak" country with many different people of different races and cultures, understand each of their identity but yet living harmoniously for almost 50 years as we count down to our country's golden jubilee. Embark on a journey with us as we bring you to each of their cultural sites and know its revolution throughout many decades.
Spend two weeks exploring Singapore and Malaysia. Start your adventure from Singapore and drive up to Penang stopping by all the must-see points of interests in Malacca, Kuala Lumpur, Cameron Highlands and finally Penang.
The first and only night-race in Grand Prix history is back in Singapore once again! With its signature mix of lights, glamour, and non-stop action, returns to the heart of the city at the Marina Bay Street Circuit. Witness the F1 history, The ONLY Formula One Night Race! Claim your seats and catch the action live at the Formula One Grand Prix Singapore!
This basic package includes hotel accommodation, return airport transfers, half day cultural tour and 3 days Pit Grandstand tickets.
A sample Singapore Land Package that highlights different areas of Singapore.
This package includes private vehicle on disposal with English speaking guide.
Explore the neighboring countries of Singapore and Malaysia. Once a Malaysian state, see how Singapore continues its close ties with Malaysia and the vast influences of each countries to one another. From Singapore to Kuala Lumpur, see the highlights of each country and explore each for its own beauties.
Spend 8 Days 7 Nights delving deep into Singapore's art, architecture and fashion. The Lion City has been constantly evolving to be a cosmopolitan city equipped with an expanding array of modernity while holding on the authentic traditions from the Chinese, Malay, Indian and the Peranakan community.
Embark on an unforgetable experience in Singapore as we bring you to visit various Singapore's highlights! Explore as a local and get a taste of Singapore and all its unique flavours.
This package includes vehicle on disposal and an English speaking guide.
This is a package for 50 Pax to explore both Kuala Lumpur and Singapore.
Attend a class session in Singapore in regards to the financial industry.