Discover Singapore with our Free Audio Guide

Get to know the best places to visit, the historical curiosities, its architecture, things to do and the most interesting legends of Singapore, while enjoying a walk through its streets.

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About the city of Singapore: Your comprehensive guide

Step into a mesmerizing blend of history and modernity, where ancient traditions meet cutting-edge architecture. From colonial roots to being a global financial hub, this city has seen it all. Don't miss the iconic Marina Bay Sands, a real feat of modern engineering. As you soak in the diverse culture, you'll quickly notice the mouthwatering aroma of local dishes wafting through the air. Trust us, your trip isn't complete without savoring Hainanese Chicken Rice, Char Kway Teow, and Laksa!

Gastronomy: Delicious Discoveries

Singapore is a gastronomic paradise where a multitude of cultures collide to create a unique and diverse food scene. When visiting, savor the flavors of Hainanese Chicken Rice, a dish that boasts tender poached chicken served with flavorful rice, accompanied by chili sauce and ginger paste. Another must-try is Chilli Crab, a flavorful and spicy crab dish with a robust and tangy tomato-based sauce.

Laksa, a spicy noodle soup blending Chinese and Malay cuisine elements, combines rice noodles with chicken, prawn, or fish, served in a spicy and savory coconut milk-based soup. For those with a penchant for spice, don’t miss out on Mee Rebus, featuring yellow noodles submerged in a rich, sweet, and spicy gravy, garnished with a hard-boiled egg, lime, and green chilies.

For a sweet tooth, indulge in Ice Kacang, a shaved ice dessert adorned with sweet syrups, red beans, sweet corn, and jelly, providing a refreshing respite from Singapore’s heat. Also, dive into Kaya Toast, a traditional breakfast snack, comprising toasted bread slices slathered with coconut and egg jam, typically paired with soft-boiled eggs and coffee or tea.

If you’re on the hunt for snacks, savor the flavors of Satay, grilled meat skewers usually accompanied by a flavorful peanut sauce, and relish in the crunchy and flavorful goodness of Roti Prata, an Indian-influenced flaky flatbread, usually served with curry or sugar.

Singapore’s eclectic beverage scene is also noteworthy. Experience the local coffee, Kopi, prepared with robusta beans, usually sweetened with condensed milk. For a non-caffeinated option, try Bandung, a refreshing drink made from rose syrup and condensed milk, served chilled or with ice. Alternatively, relish the taste of Sugarcane Juice, a sweet and refreshing drink made from freshly pressed sugarcane, served over ice.

At each spot of the audio guide, we will provide you with the names and locations of the nearest highly recommended restaurants, as per Google users' opinions, ensuring you find the best spots to experience Singapore’s culinary delights.

Transportation and getting around the city

When you land in Singapore at Changi Airport, hopping on the MRT is a pretty neat way to get into the city. It’s cheap, efficient, and gives you a sneak peek into the everyday life of the locals. Grab an EZ-Link card or a Singapore Tourist Pass – they're super handy for unlimited rides on buses and trains within a certain time period.

Now, if you've got lots of bags or you're just not feeling the train vibe, grab a taxi. They’re pretty reliable, and it’s a smooth ride to wherever you’re staying. You can catch them at the taxi stands at the airport; they go by the meter, so no worries about being overcharged.

Once you’re in the city, the public transport here is a breeze. The MRT connects to most attractions, and it’s clean and fast. Buses are cool too, especially if you want to catch the sights while moving around. Don’t forget to tap your card when you board and alight!

For the times you prefer a more private ride, Gojek and Grab are like the Uber of Singapore. Just download the app, and you’re good to go. They also have a cool feature where you can carpool, called GrabShare or GojekShare; it’s a greener and cheaper option.

Walking around is another fab way to explore; areas like Chinatown, Little India, and Marina Bay are super pedestrian-friendly. You get to soak in the architecture, stop by local eateries, and maybe stumble upon some hidden gems.

Oh, and if you're keen to sit back and enjoy a guided tour around, hop-on-hop-off buses are a thing here. You can grab tickets from most tourist information counters, or sometimes, you can just buy them onboard. These buses are a cool way to get an overview of the city and decide which spots you’d like to explore more.

Just mix and match your transport options to get the most out of your visit. Enjoy the ride!

Key spots included in our audio guide and grouped for your 1, 3, 5-day trip or more:
1d : Marina Bay Sands . Gardens by the Bay . Sentosa .

3d : Marina Bay Sands . Gardens by the Bay . Sentosa . Singapore Botanic Gardens . Merlion . Orchard Road . Clarke Quay .

5d : Marina Bay Sands . Gardens by the Bay . Sentosa . Singapore Botanic Gardens . Universal Studios Singapore . Singapore Flyer . Singapore Zoo . Merlion . Orchard Road . Clarke Quay . National Museum of Singapore . East Coast Park . Supertree Grove . Bugis Street .

All : Marina Bay Sands . Gardens by the Bay . Sentosa . Singapore Botanic Gardens . Universal Studios Singapore . Singapore Flyer . Singapore Zoo . ArtScience Museum . Merlion . Orchard Road . Night Safari . Clarke Quay . The Fullerton Hotel Singapore . National Museum of Singapore . S.E.A. Aquarium . Jewel Changi Airport . National Gallery Singapore . Resorts World Sentosa . Buddha Tooth Relic Temple . Pulau Ubin . Fort Canning Park . Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay, Singapore . Helix Bridge . East Coast Park . SkyPark Observation Deck . Asian Civilisations Museum . Sultan Mosque . Flower Dome . Supertree Grove . Singapore Cable Car . Cloud Forest . MacRitchie Reservoir . Haji Lane . CHIJMES . ION Orchard . Bugis Street .

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