Society of Tourist Guides Singapore
  • Marina Bay Sand

    Set in 3 ultra-modern high-rise buildings, this upscale hotel is a 2-minute walk from Bayfront metro station and 9 km from Universal Studios Singapore.

  • The Singapore Flyer

    Singapore Flyer is Asia’s Largest Giant Observation Wheel. Standing at a stunning 165m from the ground, the Flyer offers you breathtaking, panoramic views of the Marina Bay and beyond. There’s also a range of shops, restaurants and facilities.

  • Majestic Sunset

    One of the most stunning view in South East Asia, you can't miss it if you are in Singapore.

  • Merlion Park

    Merlion Park, is a Singapore landmark and major tourist attraction, located at One Fullerton, Singapore, near the Central Business District.


The Society of Tourist Guides Singapore was started in 2003 by a group of trainer guides with guiding experience of between 18 to 30 years. The Society held its first International Tourist Guide Day event on 21 February 2004, with member guides offering free walking tours in Chinatown, Emerald Hill, Singapore River and Fort Canning. International Tourist Guides Day "ITGD" has been celebrated every since, past venues being Esplanade Park, Sentosa, Singapore Botanic Gardens and National Museum of Singapore. At the 2016 event held at National Gallery Singapore, some 1000 members of the public and tourists enjoyed free heritage tours conducted by volunteer guides. The Society works closely with Singapore Tourism Board and other industry partners to promote the professionalism of tourist guides as tourism ambassadors of Singapore.



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