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Sneak-Peek Singapore
74 reviews
Sneak-Peek Singapore's tours were started in 2016 as a way for a group of passionate tour guides to share interesting places and unconventional stories about Singapore! Born and raised here, the founders like to give you a sneak peek into the hidden side of Singapore that you would not otherwise get to know about without a guide!

What Guests Say

1111 reviews

Very enjoyable trip; comprehensive equipment, with good focus on safety. We had a top notch guide, committed and knowledgeable and that took good care of all of us and provided great narrative throughout. Will l...


Iqin was very thoughtful and took care of my family. She is also very safety conscious which is very important for the conduct of such event.

Overall, my family enjoyed the program very much.

Chow Yuk Hin

My friends and I absolutely enjoyed ourselves thoroughly! The guides were so kind and it was just a comfortable and fun experience altogether especially since it was, for the most of us, our first time here ◡̈ hi...


We're a family of two adults and two young children, 4yo and 6yo. We had a patient and kind lead guide, Hidayah.

Overall, the experience was enjoyable and interesting for our children as it was our firs...


My family and I went on a kayaking trip with SerendipET during the weekend and had a wonderful time. We brought our pets alongs (Two dogs and two birds) and experienced no difficulties (apart from my dog falling...

Faith Woon

It was a really fun experience and our guide was very informed and caring!

Cynthia Lu

The tour took half a day, 2 families with young kids enjoyed it. It felt safe, kayaking in the mangrove was really great and the hill hike was just long enough to feel like a hike but not too daunting. The kayak...

Young mom

Instructions to prepare for the trip are clear. Nice way to see mangroves at Palau Ubin. Nice break to climb up Pauka Hill midway in the adventure.


Helpful Questions

What are the best places to go kayaking in Singapore?
There are many great places to kayak in Singapore, including the Kallang Basin, Pandan Reservoir, and Changi Beach. These locations offer scenic views and calm waters that are perfect for beginners and experienced kayakers alike.
Do I need a license to go kayaking in Singapore?
No, you don't need a license to go kayaking in Singapore. However, it's important to follow safety guidelines and be aware of the rules and regulations for each location. You may also need to wear a life jacket and carry a whistle with you while kayaking.
What is the best time of year to go kayaking in Singapore?
The best time of year to go kayaking in Singapore is between December and March when the weather is cooler and less humid. It's important to check the weather forecast before heading out and avoid kayaking during heavy rain or thunderstorms.
Can I rent a kayak in Singapore?
Yes, there are many places in Singapore where you can rent a kayak for a few hours or a full day. Some popular rental locations include Kallang Water Sports Centre, Marina Bay, and Changi Beach. The rental prices vary depending on the type of kayak and the rental duration.
Are there any guided tours for kayaking in Singapore?
Yes, there are several guided kayak tours in Singapore that offer a unique and educational experience. Some popular tour operators include Adventures Unlimited and Kayakasia. These tours can take you to some of the best kayaking spots in Singapore and provide you with knowledgeable guides who can teach you about the local history and wildlife.
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