FunVee Hop-On, Hop-Off Bus with Captain Explorer DUKW Tour

$ 46.54 / AED 170.8 per person


  • A unique saver combo for the ultimate Singapore sightseeing experience!
  • Jump aboard the World War II DUKW amphibious vehicle and experience endless fun on Land & Sea!
  • Learn interesting historical facts from a professional tour guide onboard
  • With 3 great routes covering over 30 stops, funvee bus allows your to see major attractions of the city
  • Informative commentary in 5 languages on Hopper buses!
  • Both printed or smartphone vouchers accepted!

Activity Schedule

Captain Explorer DUKW® ride: From 9:30am - 5:30pm, every 60 minutes except for 12:30pm
Please advise your preferred start time at the time for booking under "special request" section

Hop-On- Hop Off Tour: Buses depart between 9am and 6pm. Timings vary as per route, please refer the timetable/map


See more, do more and get more while you are in Singapore with the great-value Captain Explorer DUKW® Ride and Hop-On, Hop-Off Pass. It gives you the opportunity to enjoy a unique sightseeing experience and cover the major attractions of the city and several other exciting offers.

The FunVee Hopper Bus operates on three different routes with more than 30 different stops taking you close to Singapore’s main attractions. Hop on and off just as you wish to see and do the things that appeal to you. Together, the three routes encompass all that is most exciting and interesting in Singapore.

The three routes included in the ticket are:

  • Green Route: covers the green belt and heritage landmarks of the city
  • Orange Route: covers the popular attractions & cultural precincts of the city
  • Red Shuttle Route: covers the famous Sentosa Island which hosts Universal Studios

Some of the many attractions covered by the routes are:

  • Singapore Flyer
  • Merlion Park
  • Gardens By the Bay
  • Chinatown
  • Sentosa Island/Universal Studios
  • Little India
  • Arab Street
  • Orchard Road
  • Marina Bay
  • Raffles Hotel
  • Singapore Zoo

Click here to download the map

Captain Explorer DUKW® Ride

The fun starts when you board the FunVee DUKW (pronounced ‘duck’) authentic revamped WWII amphibious vehicle. You will be escorted by an English-speaking FunVee ‘Funbassador’ to tell you all about the places you will see on your exciting Singapore Captain Explorer DUKw tour. You will drive to the historic Colonial District, the centre of British colonial rule and still the seat of Singapore’s government. It was here that modern Singapore’s founder, Sir Thomas Raffles, landed in 1819.

You can admire the splendid former Parliament House, now an arts centre. Built in 1827, this is one of the oldest colonial-era buildings in Singapore. You will also see the new Parliament House, nearby. The prism-shaped top is a modernist version of a traditional dome. Another interesting pair of buildings is the old Supreme Court building and its modern counterpart. After the colonial district highlights, the tour will take a new turn as your versatile amphibious vehicle splashes into the waters of Marina Bay. You will also catch splendid views of Singapore’s striking theatre and concert venues, at the Esplanade.


60-minute sightseeing tour by amphibious vehicle FunVee Hop-On, Hop-Off bus tour covering 3 routes Audio Commentary on Funvee Hopper Buses in 5 languages (English, Chinese, Russian, German & Korean)


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Additional info

The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details. They’re a nice bunch, and will happily answer any logistical questions you may have. Please give them a call at least 24 hours before your organised activity to reconfirm.

Customer reviews


We had a relaxing but fun day. Our biggest problem was getting to the meeting place from our port. We walked way more than we wanted to. It would be helpful to have ideas on how...

United States, 16/Feb/2016

Best experience

overall a well organised tour but on an environmental issue, the land/sea vehicle should be modified to be less noisy and pollution....

United Kingdom, 12/Apr/2017

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