Decipher the obscure Feng Shui within Singaporean architecture as an expert guides you through the country’s olden and modern landmarks such as Hakka Cemetery, Shuang Li Temple and Marina Bay Sands.
Feng Shui is of great importance for the culture and people of Singapore. This is best shown by the architectural marvels of this country both historic and modern. Probe into the geomantic designs of famous landmarks such as the Shuang Lin Temple and Hakka Cemetery. Discover the auspicious aspects of modern marvels such as the Marina Bay Sands and buildings of the bustling Orchard Road. Decipher the hidden Feng Shui of these structures with your Feng Shui expert guide.
Singapore is a country that has been able to move forward while still being culturally rooted. Behold their practices and discern the importance of filial piety in determining their destiny as you walk among their ancestors in Hakka Cemetery. It is owned by the Yin Fo Fui Kun clan and was built in 1887 to house ancestral tablets and old urns. From the serene cemetery we will move on to the lively Orchard road where we learn the geomancy of the buildings along the road. After which we will marvel the monastery at Toa Payoh: the Shuang Lin Temple, the oldest and only Buddhist temple in Singapore. We cap off the trip by visiting the lavish Marina Bay Sands. Understand how the structure of this renowned skyscraper is not just aesthetic but also auspicious as it was designed to be a hub of prosperity in the whole financial district. After all these, we will see Singapore through new eyes and appreciate more how it is the home of both tradition and innovation.
Walk around Hakka Cemetery
Visit Orchard Road
Visit Shuang Lin Temple
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Pick-up from Specific Hotels in Singapore
Discover the Graves of Hakka Cemetery
Start at the Hakka Cemetery and see how the Chinese apply Feng Shui in selecting the final resting place for their deceased, considered to be the highest form of filial piety. Finding a prime Feng Shui location is believed to influence their destiny and ensure blessings for future generations.
Examine the Buildings of Orchard Road
Continue your investigation in Singapore's bustling shopping street, Orchard Road, which is believed to take the formation of Seven Falling Stars. Find out how the buildings are constructed to ensure prosperity and good fortune following auspicious measurements.
Visit Shong Lim Temple
The monastery at Toa Payoh is the oldest and only Buddhist temple in Singapore. Find a semi-circular pond with nine dragon heads spouting water, placed to deflect negative energy from a nearby highway.
See Marina Bay Sands
Cap off the tour by visiting the iconic Marina Bay Sands and understand how the structures of the area are designed to boost commercial vibrancy from its three hotel towers to the waterfront promenade. See how the structures are strategically placed to harness Qi or positive energy from Marina Bay.
Drop-off at Specific Hotels in Singapore
Price & Options
There is no pick-up available for hotels in Changi.
Order of scheduled stops is subject to change and may be different from order described.
Please be in the hotel's lobby at least 30 minutes prior to tour start time. For hotels in Sentosa or outside the city, please be in the hotel's lobby at least 45 minutes prior to scheduled tour start time.
Please note that hotels are grouped into various zones for the complimentary pick-up service. See file below for the complete hotel pick-up list:
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