Start/End: Let’s Go Bike Shop
Start/End: Let’s Go Bike Shop
Let’s Go Bike Singapore. High Street Centre, Basement Shop B1-58
A Mosque, Indian and Chinese temples on the same street?! Right here in Chinatown! Understand Singapore’s diverse cultures and see how the various religions live in harmony.
This is one of the oldest housing estates built in 1930s by the British. It survived WW2 and even has a little known air raid shelter; The Tiong Bahru market was built in 1955 and modernized in 2005, is one of the most loved markets in Singapore with delicious street food.
It would not be wrong to say that everything about Singapore started from this river. Once filthy and crowded with squatters, it is now clean and boasts some of the priciest real estate in town. The numerous eateries and bars that dot the promenade come alive when night falls.
Formerly warehouses for goods trading along the Singapore River, the only businesses you’ll find here are restaurants, clubs and bars. This is where the tourists and locals come to party!
The Malays are the original inhabitants of Singapore and no other place reflects this better than Kampong Glam. Be awed by Sultan Mosque and explore the quaint little streets around it!
Philatelic, Peranakan, National & Art Museums are all in the vicinity. The Singapore Management University (SMU) was established in 2000 and is the first and only public university in the city area.
This area holds the WW2 memorial for civilians. It is also near the iconic RaffIes Hotel and part of the route for the Singapore Formula 1 night race.
Making waves is the Marina Bay, the hippest place to see and be seen. The Esplanade is Singapore’s world-class performing arts theatre and concert hall. Or affectionately known as ‘durian’ to locals! The Merlion is a mythical creature with the head of a lion and the body of a fish, used as a tourism mascot and national personification of Singapore.
Originally a fort built in 1829 against sea attacks, the main building was built in 1928 and used as the Post Office until 1970s. The Tax Dept took over until 1995. Fullerton Hotel opened in 2001.
This is the business heartbeat of Singapore. Surrounded by modem glass skyscrapers, offices of the world’s major companies, financial institutions can be found here.
Look out for the Supreme Court and Singapore’s Parliament House. A statue of Sir Stamford Raffles, founder of modern Singapore in 1819, is found here.
The only place in Singapore where you are allowed to hold public rallies, speeches and protests; right next to a Police Station!
Let’s Go reserves the right to amend the route depending on real-time conditions (events/road-closure/government rules/safety/weather/etc.).
Discover the REAL Singapore on our Historical Singapore route. Visit a typical residential town and watch the people go about their daily lives. Check out a market frequented by locals. Eat like a Singaporean; sample local snacks and drinks at a ‘coffeeshop’. See old and new HDB (public housing), as well as multi-million dollar riverfront ones.
We meander alongside the Singapore River – where trade brought life to the sleepy village town in the 1800s. See historically important landmarks, such as a 100-year old fire station, museums, and places of worship. Of course we’ll pay homage to the statue of Sir Stamford Thomas Raffles, founder of modern Singapore.
Learn how the 2nd World War affected Singapore and see monuments in honour of the many who suffered. Understand the melting pot of people from all over the world living here.
Fast forward to the present and be awed by the ultra modern business district. Be right in the action as we cycle right along part of the Formula 1 route (sorry the bikes can’t go 300km/h though).
What are you waiting for? Join us to Discover Singapore the RIDE way!
Use the online booking form on the right. Bookings must be made at least 48 hours before the scheduled start.
Do NOT walk-in to our shop. We are NOT at the shop when we are riding with guests or there is no booking for the day.
We restrict to 7 riders (except family/friends) per group, so book early to avoid disappointment. Be assured of our fair Change/Cancellation policy (read further below).
We accept major credit cards via Stripe, a secure online payment service. Payment must be made for your booking to be valid. Be assured of our fair Change/Cancellation Policy (see below).
You will receive an instant acknowledgement of your booking and payment. We will then check our schedule. If the date/time is available, we confirm your booking in a separate email.
Email us immediately stating your NAME and BOOKING DATE/TIME.
CHANGE: You may change your booking date/time. However if you give us less than 48 hours notice, you will not be entitled to any refund should you subsequently cancel.
CANCELLATION: You will receive a refund if we receive your email at least 48 hours before the start. No refund will be given for less than 48 hours’ notice and if you arrive late and the group has departed.
In the unlikely event that Let’s Go cancels, you will be given the option of an alternative date/time or a full refund.
We STRONGLY RECOMMEND you buy Travel insurance for your trip to Singapore. Please ensure that it covers leisure cycling.
By booking, you (and anyone you book for) agree that Let’s Go Bike Singapore is not liable for any loss/damage, injury, illness, accident, fatality, etc. that may occur during the ride.
Our routes have been carefully planned for maximum safety. We cycle mainly on alleyways, quiet streets and pavements. However in a big city like Singapore it will be unavoidable for us to cross the main road to get to another quiet street.
Safety is our #1 priority. Let’s Go will not to allow anyone who is a safety concern, on the ride. These include (but not limited to):
NOTE: No Refunds are provided for any of the above.
Before departure you will attend a safety briefing and you MUST follow your Guide’s instructions at all times.