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Private Guide in Singapore - Anna Ong

(Member Since 2011) Languages: English, Chinese, Cantonese

I am a jovial, active, creative, sincere and honest person. My heart is always young and I love to meet people! I love what I'm doing and can't wait to show the world how fun, crazy, colorful and uniquely Singapore can be! If you really want to explore and experience the 'TRUE' Singapore, all you need is an 'INSIDER' like me! Do drop me a line and I will assure you an unforgettable trip ahead!

Private guides in Singapore

Singapore

Capital: Singapore
Language: Chinese
Currency: Singapore dollar (SGD)
Guide Licensing Information

COMMENTS ABOUT Singapore:

Don’t get discouraged by the fact that Singapore is not the best place for beach vacation. Of course there are beaches there, but the water is not exactly crystal clear and the view of the port with hundreds of ships in it doesn’t look inviting for people who enjoy swimming and taking sun bathes at the beach.

However, it doesn’t mean that there are no other landmarks in Singapore. It is considered to be the best place for business exhibitions and those who are already familiar with some exotic countries and are looking for something new to discover. The main resorts in Singapore are: Pula Ubin, Pulau Tekong, and Sentosa which is especially popular among Russian tourists. 

The island is situated on the territory with tropical monsoon climate, and the average temperature all year round is +30 C. It is worth noting that rainy weather is predominant in Singapore, but from November till February showers in Singapore are indeed heavy. 

“Universal Studios” entertainment park is one of the must visit sites in Singapore. It can be found on the Sentosa Island. Despite the fact that Singapore is tiny there are lots of festivals and celebrations held there. Some of the most attractive of them is the Chinese New Year’s celebration. 

Guide Licensing Information for Singapore

Singapore has become a rather popular tourist destination in the recent years thanks to its rapid economic development and progressive reforms that turned this country into one of the most modern and progressive economies in the world. In terms of tour guide services, Singapore has very strict requirements and legislation that is applied to the point where virtually no wild guides can be found in this country. However, obtaining a guide license is probably the easiest in Singapore.

First, the applicant has to prove his or her expertise in the guiding domain. If there’s no relevant education in the field, it can be easily obtained through courses offered by the Tourism Management Institute of Singapore or Singapore Chinese Chamber Institute of Business as the only legal institutions that are entitled to offer such courses. Upon completing the course, you can obtain the license by passing the state exam, the registration for which can be performed online in just a few clicks. Since Singapore is known for its highly developed IT industry and e-government institutions, all the relevant information as well as registration can be found on the web, which will save you a lot of time and make the licensing process a lot easier and more transparent.

Questions about Singapore
Hello, I love nature parks and safari. Can you please suggest me some interesting nature parks to visit and if it is possible to join a night safari in Singapore? Are there Botanic Gardens in Singapore? Sincerely, Kimberly
Kimberly
Anna Ong (Private Guide in Singapore):
Hi Kimberly Singapore, the City in a Garden, has many parks, gardens and nature areas. You might want to check out: 1. Singapore Botanic Garden (Orchid Garden is a MUST!) 2. The Southern Ridges (Mt Faber & Hort Park) 3. MacRitchie Reservoir Park (Tree Top Walk) Singapore Night Safari, is the world’s first wildlife night park! You can sign up a guided tour with any tour operator or tour desk located at your hotel. Alternatively, you could go there by taxi and then explore it by yourself at your own pace! Have a great time in Singapore!