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Beyond Expeditions
23 reviews
Scott Tay, the founder and owner of Beyond Expeditions, started backpacking at the ripe age of 17. During those years and into adulthood, Scott developed into an seasoned traveller. Whenever Scott steps out into the world for travel, he makes a point to go off the beaten path. "Unconventional destinations", that's his mantra. He is a celebrated photographer with a diverse portfolio ranging from landscape to portraiture. His outgoing and friendly demeanour makes him a charismatic and effable facilitator for your expedition, while his sense of humour and love for the locals and nomads is contagious to those around him. This brawny gentleman was also a former fire fighter certified in emergency response and imbued with grit, tenacity and a deep sense of responsibility. Scott brings along with him an immense wealth of experience in adventure and the outdoors. Most recently, Scott embarked on a personal journey to raise funds for the Singapore Cancer Society and trekked 800 km across the Gobi Desert of Mongolia.

What Guests Say

188 reviews

We loved our trip leaders and the knowledge that they shared with us. Both of them were brilliant with our three children in making sure they were safe, engaged in what we were doing and challenging them - in a ...


It was great having Peggy as our guide! It was fun hearing about her adventures, and it happened that no one else signed up for this slot (given it was a rainy season), so we could go at our own pace and time. A...


(1) Our guide, Scott, is very friendly and very easy-going with a good sense of humour. He started off the group tour with an ice breaker - introductions with small backgrounds regarding each member of the tour ...


Amazing trip through the bunkers! Our guides were super knowledgeable and very friendly. They took awesome photos and ran some super fun challenges while we were down there. Can’t recommend this enough! We won’t...

Nadya Baspaly

We really enjoyed this off the beaten-track experience!

That was amazing to be back in nature again, see some wildlife, get muddy and explore even more! Scott has been an amazing guide to us, very friend...


Very interesting experience. First time in a deep, dark bunker. Scott is also very knowledgeable. Looking forward to more of his programmes.

Agnes Lim

Had an enjoyable time with my dogs exploring the world war 2 bunkers! Scott from Beyond Expeditions made things very casual and enhanced our experience with jokes and nuggets of history. 10/10. Will recommend.

Hidir Koh Teck Seng

Scott was an excellent host, managing to balance both adults and kids in the group. Excellent knowledge of history and a great sense of humour

Sarita Singh

Helpful Questions

Where can I go for nature walks in Singapore?
There are several popular locations for nature walks in Singapore, including the MacRitchie Reservoir Park, the Southern Ridges, and the Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve. These places offer beautiful trails and a chance to explore Singapore's lush greenery.
What can I expect to see on a nature walk in Singapore?
Nature walks in Singapore offer a diverse range of flora and fauna. You can spot various bird species, such as kingfishers and herons, as well as monkeys, squirrels, and butterflies. The parks are also home to several types of trees and plants, creating a serene and picturesque environment.
Are there guided nature walks available in Singapore?
Yes, there are guided nature walks available in Singapore. Many of the parks and reserves mentioned earlier offer guided tours led by knowledgeable experts. These guides provide insights into the local ecosystem, point out interesting wildlife, and share interesting facts about Singapore's natural heritage.
What is the best time of the year to go for nature walks in Singapore?
Singapore's tropical climate makes it suitable for nature walks throughout the year. However, the months of February to April are generally considered the best time to visit as it is cooler with lesser rainfall. This makes outdoor activities more comfortable, and you can enjoy the beauty of nature without worrying about heavy downpours.
Do I need any special equipment for a nature walk in Singapore?
For a typical nature walk in Singapore, you don't need any special equipment. However, it is advisable to wear comfortable walking shoes and carry insect repellent. It's also a good idea to bring along a water bottle to stay hydrated, especially if you plan to explore the longer trails.
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