Viator

  • Adresse: Singapore, Singapore
  • Varighed: 3 timer 30 minutter (cirka)
Fra USD 27,43

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Anmeldt af: Chris B , november 2015

Excelent tour

Anmeldt af: sandra t , oktober 2015

we didn't go to this one as we had just arrived and didn't wake up until late

Anmeldt af: catherine , maj 2015

Very informative and a great introduction to Changi and Singapore in the war years. Well worth the visit.

Anmeldt af: S A L , april 2015

Very moving to see the chapel and the pictures in the museum.

Anmeldt af: Rebecca R , januar 2014

Great tour with the guide very knowledgable.

Anmeldt af: Eric L , juni 2013

Veery moving and interesting - great guide

Anmeldt af: Mrs Louise C , marts 2013

Wonderful tour we had on 16 March 2013. Our tour guide was just wonderful and very funny, she is an asset to your company. Perfect tour just to get enough knowledge of the area. Only down part was Viator didn't reply to my two email enquiries with questions after I booked the tour. I ended up asking the question on the facebook page and finally had a reply that way.

Anmeldt af: Michelle M , Australia, november 2012

Was well worth it.Very informative and very moving.

Anmeldt af: ANTOINETTE R , oktober 2012

Learnt so much about Singapore during this tour of Changi and the east coast of Singapore. Saw so much more than expected and the guide was very knowledgeable and informative. Would highly recommend to everyone visiting Singapore.

Anmeldt af: Jennifer W , oktober 2012

Huge thanks to the Viator team for an extremely well organised tour, the tour director was very knowledgeable and helpful, and gave us a heartfelt background to the hardships suffered in Singapore under the Japanese occupation, this also prepared us for the Museum, which was quite an emotional experience. The tour director made this tour quite a special afternoon for us and I cannot thank him enough.

Anmeldt af: ERICA S , januar 2012

Eliza was a knowlegable, informative tour guide. This tour is highly recommended to anyone who has an interest in the beginnings and history of Singapore. 10 out of 10!

Anmeldt af: Des D , Australia, maj 2011

Guide (Andrew) was excellent - so knowledgeable. Museum was awesome. Trip to see how Singaporeans live was great. Pickup was prompt.

Anmeldt af: Tania Nicole W , marts 2011

The service of this company was great, the tour was one of the best that we went on while in Singapore. It is a must do tour.

Anmeldt af: John B , United Kingdom, juni 2010

Learnt alot about singapore and the war years

Anmeldt af: Kay T , Australia, maj 2010

Very interesting and informative.

Anmeldt af: Douglas T , United Kingdom, april 2010

Our guide for this trip was very knowledgeable and interesting. Sadly Changi Museum was in the process of redecoration whilst we were there, and we were unable to view the murals and artwork. Very emotional however, to locate the names of two close relatives in the list of internees.

Anmeldt af: Carolyn G , Australia, april 2010

This for me was a very meaningful pilgrimage to the POW camp. I also appreciated the opportunity to see at first hand the Tampines development. What Singapore has done to house and provide for its citizens is a model for other countries.

Anmeldt af: Peter R , United Kingdom, april 2010

Very interesting. Excellent guide.

Anmeldt af: Michele F , Australia, april 2010

Great.

Anmeldt af: Howard C , United Kingdom, januar 2010

A very emotional trip but well worth it! Mainly aimed at Australians, limited photo opportunities, but good value!

Anmeldt af: Gillian C , Australia, maj 2009

This was a really informative tour, our guide was fantastic. It was very moving to read all about the prisoners at Changi. Our guide took us through a housing complex and market, which was interesting hearing all about the way people live today. Then we stopped at Little Arab, which we really enjoyed seeing as it was probably not an area we would have visited.

Anmeldt af: Lorraine G , Australia, august 2008

Our guide was fantastic. I learnt so much about Singapore but would have loved more time at Changi to read more. My mother was in World War II, so it meant so much to her to go there. It hit home very much. It was all just really good. Thanks.

Anmeldt af: Anonym , Australia, august 2008

A very moving experience! Brought a tear to my eye reading messages left by relatives of Changi inmates.

Anmeldt af: Elizabeth F , august 2016

Tour was a good length and very informative. The early history of Singapore followed by the trip to Changi museum was interesting and poignant. Tour guide knowledgeable. Recommended.

Anmeldt af: Corinna K , maj 2016

Interesting tour and a great guide if you want to learn more about the history in Singapore during WW2. Next to the Changi Chapel we saw a lot of areas of Singapore. Overall I would do this again.