Ducktours Amphibious Fun! – See Singapore on land and on water!

Merlion @ Marina Bay

On one fine Saturday afternoon, as Kate and I were passing by the Ducktours booth in Suntec City, we thought to ourselves…”Hey, let’s be tourists for the day!”

So without much hesitation, we bought tickets ($33 per person) and waited to board our very first duck tour ride.

The Duck is actually a re-modelled WW2 Vietnamese amphibious craft.

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The Ducktour Amphibious Craft

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View of the Captain’s Seat

The “Ducktainers” or tour guide would introduce us to the various structures as the Duck drove pass the landmarks. At the start of the tour was the fountain of wealth, right at the heart of Suntec City. Next, we headed towards the city hall area and viewed the Cenotaph, one of Singapore’s oldest war memorial. It was here where we entered the water…

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It was here where we entered the water…smooth entrance!

We were soon in the basin of the Singapore River and we were able to see many of Singapore’s most iconic landmarks and structures such as the Merlion, Esplanade, Fullerton Hotel, Singapore Flyer, The World’s largest Floating Platform (where the National Day Parade is held), Tallest Hotel in Southeast Asia – Swissotel Singapore and the Marina Bay Sands Integrated Resort halfway built…

Merlion @ Marina Bay

Merlion @ Marina Bay


Singapore’s Tourism Icon – The Merlion

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The World’s Tallest Observatory Wheel – The Singapore Flyer

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Theatres by the Bay – The Esplanade / Beside it, the tallest hotel in Southeast Asia – Swissotel

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World’s Largest Floating Platform – The Marina Floating Platform

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The Marina Bay Sands – Integrated Resort (Half-Built)

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The Fullerton Hotel

Overall, it was a nice refreshing tour. The “Ducktainers” were indeed entertaining and even “prepared” us as we entered the water (saying we’ll get wet and all, which we didnt). They were also armed with snippets of information which would be interesting for tourists.

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