Singapore City Centre Time Travel Quest
Tan Guan Hao
Explore the center of Singapore, the Bukit Timah district. Marvel at the blending of bustle and tranquillity, modernity and tradition, and see how Singapore puts the jungle in “concrete jungle.”
Whether it’s the unassuming Serene Center, the regal Chinese High School Clock Tower, or the futuristic Poh Ming Tze temple, learn about the rich history behind them and get a glimpse into the future. Are you ready to take a trip through time?
per group of up to 4
- After booking, follow the instructions you receive by e-mail for playing this city game & walking tour.
- 100% Money Back Guarantee if you don't enjoy the quest
- Walk along Singapore’s longest road and see the unique blend of greenery, modernity, and blasts from the past.
- Visit UNESCO Heritage site Botanic Gardens and observe a national monument The Chinese High School Clock Tower Building.
Botanic Gardens MRT Station
Know before you go
- Quest available in English
- This quest has 11 challenges
- Best during day
- Recommended activity for families
You are an engineer from the 29th century, working on your time machine when it malfunctions! You find yourself in hot and humid 21st-century Singapore, and you can scarcely believe your eyes at just how close to home it looks, albeit with a green twist.
You are relieved to find that it’s not an uncommon problem in the future. A digital manual guides you on your search to the first-ever time machine built in Singapore. You notice it isn’t working too well after the crash, however.
You’ve seen great cities. You’ve seen lush greenery. Here in Singapore, you are seeing both. Embarking to unearth the Garden City’s greatest secret, what better way than to start in the country’s oldest garden?
This quest was really fun and simple, brimming with historical relevance. We got to learn more about a verdant and tranquil part of Singapore that we might not otherwise have explored, as opposed to Singapore's bustling cityscapes. This wasa beautiful meld of man-made wonder and nature, along with many cool pitt stop points like hipster gastronomical finds and parks with free roaming chickens!
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interesting and educational
Tan Guan Hao