If you’re at a loss as to how to explore Singapore, the Captain Explorer DUKW is the way to go! Its free one-way pick up service from major hotels ensures less hassle in this Land and Water Amphibious Adventure. From 9:30am to 5:30pm, this hourly...more
If you’re at a loss as to how to explore Singapore, the Captain Explorer DUKW is the way to go! Its free one-way pick up service from major hotels ensures less hassle in this Land and Water Amphibious Adventure. From 9:30am to 5:30pm, this hourly ride is convenient, entertaining and educational. The city tour includes visits to landmarks like Esplanade, Padang, Supreme Court, City Hall and War Memorial, along with Helix Bridge, and Gardens on the Bay, all accompanied by a guide. Audio guides in English and Chinese are also available. Driving around the city in a Vietnamese war vehicle is not all that the Captain Explorer DUKW tour has to offer - once that part of the trip is taken care of, then comes the “Splashdown” to show you a side of Singapore that is an experience like no other. In the waters of the Marina Bay, enjoy the ride while viewing the Merlion, Singapore River, the iconic Marina Bay Sands, and Floating Stadium, as well as Esplanade Theatres on the Bay and the Singaporean skyline. Captain Explorer DUKW tour allows you to enjoy the sites with insight into what makes them so special.
Adult: Walk-in: S$33.90; Online: S$31.90 Children: Walk-in: S$21.90; Online: S$20.90 Toddler (1-2 years old): Walk-in: S$1.90; Online: S$1.90
9:30am - 5:30pm
Adults, senior visitors, young adults, families, children
The Merlion and Floating Stadium
While the Captain Explorer DUKW Tour does not offer prayer facilities for Muslims, Muslim visitors can find plenty of mosques around the Singapore Flyer, which is the start and end point. Masjid Moulana Mohd Ali, Masjid Sultan, and Masjid Malabar are just naming a few.
Even though the Captain Explorer DUKW Tour does not serve food on-board, Muslim visitors have an array of Halal food available to them at the food courts which are found all over the city, or just by identifying the “Bismillah” sign on them. Indonesian and Malay are popular cuisines catering to the Muslim population.