Feeling hot, hot, hot? Just add water. Little Steps has strolled beaches, swam laps, floated and sailed to give you the rundown on how to cool down when the temperature goes up. Whether you fancy swimming, watersliding or relaxing waterside, there is something for everyone to chill out and cool down!
Part boat, part bus, all ride! Book an hour-long tour on this land and sea adventure on a remodeled WWII amphibious war craft and learn the magic behind what made modern day Singapore so great. Fun tour guides, DUCKtainers keep mateys engaged while passing famous Singaporean landmarks in and out of the water.
DUCK Tours, locations throughout Singapore, +65 633-TOURS, www.ducktours.com.sg
All aboard! Family yachting is made easy with Lloyd Marine’s fleet of luxury catamarans available for day or overnight use. Take a bow and explore the Singapore seaside straits or take trips further abroad to Nikoi and Bintan or Lankawi. BYOB (no corkage) or have Lloyd’s team do the job for you!
Lloyd Marine, +65 6438 7889, email@example.com, www.lloydmarine.com.sg
Go cruisin’! Hop on a bumboat painted in traditional fashion and take a riverside tour of Singapore past and present. With stops along the river spanning from Robertson Quay all the way to Marina Bay Sands, you’ll get a comprehensive view of the Singapore River from the belly of the beast.
Singapore River Cruise, alight/disembark points along the Singapore River, www.rivercruise.com.sg. Children Under 3 are free. Adults S$12 one way.
All work and no play makes Junior a dull kid! Here’s the chance for little ones to learn to sail in just four days through the endorsed Singapore Sports Education Program! After the program, kids get to be a part of the SingSiam Regatta in Thailand this November! Monthly Medal Race, StarHub Regatta, ST Marine Regatta and in-house races.
SAF Yacht Club, 43 Admiralty Road West, Singapore 759962, +65 6758 3359, www.safyc.org.sg