28 JAN - 24 FEB 2019

Guided and Self-Guided Tours

Guided and Self-Guided Tours

A) i Light Singapore Hybrid Tour

 HybridTour  

Fridays – Sundays | 7.30pm, 9pm | Up to 40 pax per session | $30 per pax

Organised in partnership with Oriental Travel & Tours, i Light Singapore presents a hybrid tour on foot and by boat to orientate visitors around the Festival. Participants will start with a walking tour through the bustling Marina Bay as they visit Eco Lawn @ i Light Singapore and enthralling artworks such as Sails Aloft, a large-scale holographic light art installation set in the waters! This is followed by a 40-minute river cruise across Marina Bay and Singapore River to admire some of Singapore’s most iconic bridges transformed into monumental works of art for the very first time at the Festival.

* Boat tour on 9 Feb is cancelled due to Marina Bay closure

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Route Information –

HybridTour 
On foot:
The Lawn @ Marina Bay - Marina Bay Waterfront Promenade - Mist Walk - Marina Bay Lower Boardwalk
By boat:
Bayfront South Jetty Landing Point - The Helix bridge - Jubilee Bridge - Anderson Bridge - Cavenagh Bridge - Elgin Bridge - Clarke Quay Central - Clarke Quay Jetty Landing Point

About our partner

OrientalTravel&Tour

Founded by a group of avid travellers and experienced tour guides, Oriental Travel and Tours LLP specialises in creating travel experiences, and presents a range of private tours including group tours and bespoke tours.

 

B) i Light Singapore Walking Tour

WalkingTour   

Thursdays, Sundays | 7.30pm | 4 – 20 pax per session | $10 (Thursday), $12 (Sunday)

Organised in partnership with Monster Day Tours, i Light Singapore presents a walking tour around the Festival that brings visitors through the curatorial theme ‘Bridges of Time’. The tour will cover five iconic bridges in Singapore’s city centre – Jubilee Bridge, Esplanade Bridge, Anderson Bridge, Cavenagh Bridge and Elgin Bridge – transformed into magnificent light art installations for the Festival. Visitors can learn about the stories behind these bridges and each installation while immersing in the spectacular works of art. The tour also includes visit to sites with historical significance to Singapore, including The Fullerton Hotel Singapore and Sir Stamford Raffles Landing Site along the Singapore River. Stories of these locations, their contributions to the development of Singapore, and artists’ inspirations for those that host the Festival’s light art installations, will be shared. Capping off the experience is Bridges of Time, an immersive multimedia show presented in the Singapore River for the very first time as part of i Light Singapore that creates a breathtaking ancient landscape against the contemporary skyline. Participants will be guided through the timeless journey of travellers from yesterday, today and tomorrow, as they discover and rediscover Singapore through the centuries.

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Route Information –

WalkingTour

Clifford Square - Merlion Park - Jubilee Bridge - Esplanade Bridge - Esplanade Park - Anderson Bridge - Waterboat House Garden - The Fullerton Hotel Singapore - Cavenagh Bridge - Singapore River (steps in front of Asian Civilisations Museum) - Sir Stamford Raffles Landing Site - Elgin Bridge - North Boat Quay - Clarke Quay Central

About our partner

MonsterDayTours

Monster Day Tours is a private walking tour operator in Singapore, which focuses on local authentic experiences, hidden gems and exploring off-the-beaten paths in Singapore.

 

C) i Light Singapore Audio Tour

AudioTour 

USD1.99 / ~SGD2.70 per download on Apple App Store and Google Play Store

Visitors who prefer to explore the Festival at their own leisure, be it in one night or over several trips, can download the tour on mobile app, VoiceMap. With the app, they can access an offline Festival map that indicates the locations of the light art installations and programming hubs for easy navigation. Visitors can listen to an audio explanation of each installation and the respective artists that are automatically activated through GPS when they are near each artwork. The audio tour is available for both iPhone and Android devices.

Click here to download the app.

About our partner

VoiceMap

VoiceMap was built by storytellers, for storytellers. Inspired by how smartphones and GPS autoplay have transformed audio tours to provide the medium a unique immediacy, the team aims to use the right story, told at the right time, to change how people look at familiar places as easily as it alters the perception of somewhere new.