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DUCKtours in Singapore highlights

  • Gear up for an adventurous journey through land and water in a two-in-one experience with DUCKtours Singapore.

  • See the beauty and architectural marvels of Singapore as you pass through them on an amphibious vehicle called the DUCK.

  • Explore some prominent landmarks of Singapore including St. Andrew’s Cathedral, Merlion Park, and Esplanade.

  • Learn about the fascinating history and culture of Singapore while listening to the interesting facts from an experienced guide on the Ducktours Singapore.


Singapore DUCKtours
3 Temasek Blvd, #01-330 Suntec City, Singapore 038983

DUCKtours in Singapore cancellation_policy

  • If cancellation is made 1 days or more before the date of travel, total booking cost will be charged as cancellation fees.
  • If cancellation is made within 1 days before the date of travel, total booking cost will be charged as cancellation fees.
  • In the event of unforeseen weather conditions, union issues, government restrictions, or any other circumstances beyond human control, certain trips or activities may be cancelled. In such cases, alternate feasible options will be provided. However, a cash refund will not be available.
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About DUCKtours In Singapore:

Explore Singapore by land and sea with a DUCKtours adventure! Climb aboard a unique amphibious vehicle for a city tour with a twist. Your journey begins on land, passing by iconic landmarks like the Merlion statue and Singapore Flyer. Learn interesting facts about Singapore from an expert guide and see your vehicle transform into a boat, taking you on a scenic cruise along the Singapore River. Witness the city skyline from a unique perspective and admire historical buildings lining the riverbanks.

About the Activity:

  • Get access to a DUCKtours experience in Singapore which offers a perfect blend of land and water sightseeing tour. 
  • Hop onto an amphibious vehicle, known as the DUCK, providing a seamless transition between exploring Singapore's streets and cruising along its scenic waterways.
  • Glide through Marina Bay and take in the panoramic views of the bustling urban city from Singapore Ducktours.
  • Pass through prominent landmarks like Gardens by the Bay, Marina Bay Sands, the Esplanade Theatre, and Merlion Park.
  • Get to know about the city's history as you listen to the interesting narrations from an experienced guide during the journey.
  • Visit the historic Civic District and gain some insights into the place where the British surrendered to the Imperial Japanese army during World War II.
  • See the Fountain of Wealth, known as one of the world’s biggest water fountains.

How to Reach?

  • By Car: It is an easy and short drive of 10 minutes to the Duck Tours starting point from the central area of the city. Navigate with the help of GPS and reach the location at your convenience.
  • By Taxi: Book a cab to reach the check-in location of Duck Tours. The drop-off point for taxis is Suntec City Tower 1 & 2. It is approximately 4 km from the central area.
  • By Metro: If you are travelling through the metro, you can take CC4 or DT15 and get off at Promenade MRT station, exit C. It is a short walk of 5 minutes to the location, just 350 meters.
  • By Bus: Bus numbers 36, 70M, 111, 133, 133A, 162M, 97, 106, 700A, 857, 502, and 518 go to the Duck Tours check-in point. The nearest bus stop to Duck Tours is Nicoll Highway, Suntec City (80159), just 2-minute walking distance.

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DUCKtours in Singapore faqs

What is Ducktour Singapore?

Ducktours in Singapore are one of the great experiences that tourist craves to have. You can get to feel like an amphibian, roaming in both land and water. The vehicle is shaped in the form of a duck that is open from both sides with a shed over and can be driven over the land as well as water, like a duck, which walks on land and swims in the water. The journey starts from the Civic District which has the great Singapore Flyer.

The view of the Flyer is splendid. Now the journey of the land ends here. You splash in the water from Marina Bay and have a view of Marina Sands, Gardens by the Bay, Esplanade Theatre, and the famous Merlion in front of the Fullerton Hotel. Then comes the picturesque Helix Bridge and Padong and its city hall. Then you again come over to the same place from where you started and have the view of the historic Old Supreme Court, where the British Army, composed of British, Indian, and Australian soldiers, surrendered under the Japanese army during World War II.

Also, a War Memorial Park is there, tributed to the ones who lost their lives during the rule of the Japanese. The last spot to cover is the world's largest fountain at Suntec City, which is now called Suntec City Foundation of Wealth.

Are there different departure times available for Ducktours Singapore?

Yes, there are multiple time slots for the Singapore DuckTours. The Duck Tours depart every hour from the Big Bus & Duck Tourist Hub. You have to arrive 30 minutes before your tour starts.

What all attractions will I see while I am on Duck tour Singapore?

Here some of the places in which you can see while on a Ducktours Singapore:

1.) Suntec City Fountain of Wealth: Suntec City Fountain of Wealth was recognized by the Guinness Book Of World Records as the largest fountain in the world since 1998. It is made of silicon bronze and has a circular ring with a circumference of 66 meters.

2.) Civic District War Memorial: Civic District War Memorial commemorates civilian victims of World War II and also the unity of Singapore’s four main races—Malay, Chinese, Indian and Eurasian. It was opened on 15 February 1967 by former Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew.

3.) Old Supreme Court: Duck tour Singapore will also give you a tour of the Old Supreme Court which was designed by Frank Dorrington Ward. It symbolizes the central figure of Justice. 

4.) City Hall: The Duck tour Singapore will also take you to the City Hall. It served as an important government office in Singapore. The building was planned first by S. D. Meadows and then Alexander Gordon. It has now formed the National Gallery Singapore which is Singapore’s largest museum, with a focus on Southeast Asian and Singaporean art forms.

Is the Singapore Duck Tour wheelchair accessible?

No, the Ducktours Singapore is not wheelchair accessible. They are made in the old way and do not have wheelchair mobility access.

What are the timings for the Duck Tour in Singapore?

The timings of Duck Tour Singapore are from 10 AM to 6 PM every day. The tour happens on an hourly basis and you can plan your visit accordingly. It is recommended to book the Duck Tour Singapore tickets in advance. The Duck Tour Singapore ticket price is SGD 45 for Adults, SGD 35 for children, and free entry for infants (Age 0 to 2).

Can I bring food and drinks to the Singapore DuckTour?

Outside food and drinks are not allowed on the Ducktours Singapore. It is discouraged for maintaining the cleanliness and comfort of other passengers. However, bottled water can be an exception, but you need to check with the tour operators beforehand.

What are the things to keep in mind while experiencing Duck tour Singapore?

Here are some of the best things to keep in mind before going on a Singapore duck tour :

- Reach at least half an hour before the boarding time to Suntec Hub to avoid any rush.

- Don't carry any food or water with you, as you are not at all allowed with it. You may have to throw it away.

- Wear your comfortable clothes, especially synthetic ones so that it gets dry easily if it gets wet. Do avoid sports shoes or loafers.

- Do wear flip-flops or shoes that are made of plastic, so that if water enters, it easily drains out.

- During the rainy season, it is mandatory to carry an umbrella, so that you do not get wet much.

- Carry a polythene packet, if you have to vomit due to motion sickness.

- Timing: The Duck Tour opens at 10 a.m. and closes at 6 p.m.

How long will Duck tour Singapore lasts for?

The Ducktours Singapore lasts for approximately 60 minutes. Take an amazing city tour, cruise along Marina Bay, and explore the Singapore Flyer through the Singapore Duck tour.

Are children allowed in the Ducktours Singapore?

Yes, of course. Children are also allowed on the Ducktours Singapore. It creates an ambiance where kids can explore the city and get to know interesting stories about each tourist spot. As we know, without children any tour will become less enthused. By keeping that in mind, the management has made space for kids as well. There are safety items in case of an emergency. So, tourists must bring their kids on this fun-loving ride.

What are the things to carry while experiencing a Duck tour Singapore?

To have a hassle-free ride, you must carry your necessary belongings with you properly. There it goes:

- E-receipt: If you have booked from online websites, don't forget to carry the e-receipt, either on your phone or take a printout of it.

- Sunglasses: During summer, to avoid headaches or eye irritations, it is best to wear sunglasses and enjoy the view of exotic places.

- Umbrella: During the rainy season, you must carry an umbrella with you.

- Polythene packets: If you have the problem of motion sickness, you are advised to always carry polythene bags so that you don't throw up in the deck.