Since Quotient’s founding in 2007, the team has focused mainly on outbound travel. Our mission has always been to craft holidays that matter to our clients, anywhere in the world. We design meaningful and purposeful holidays that unleash new perspectives, inspiring our clients to become better versions of themselves after each journey.

When Covid-19 ground overseas leisure travel to a halt, we decided to design SingapoRediscovers experiences with the same ideals. We were clear right from the start that we did not want to add to the ‘noise’ out there – to simply recycle or upcycle run-of-the-mill experiences – but to create local offerings in the same spirit of the bespoke overseas holidays our clients rave about.

Our aim is to design immersive, impressive and inspiring day outings that will help locals and visitors appreciate Singapore’s past and present and ignite a passion in them to help shape our country’s future.

Available for booking on the Ready To Tour website by Quotient Travel, the 100% newly designed collection includes the only water security-themed private cycling tour in north-eastern Singapore. There’s also the Great Singapore Road Trip, a two-day round-island driving adventure with the option to lease a luxury car.

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During our journey to help curious folks uniquely rediscover Singapore, we also connected with a kindred spirit – The Volunteer Switchboard, a virtues- and values-based social enterprise that connects good people to good causes. Together, we present a series of private walking tours known as Eat, Pray, Love: Singapore Edition, where participants embark on virtue-laden journeys led by a personal storyteller and contemplate legacies of the founding generations.

Distinct from the typical history and cultural excursions and supported by the Singapore Kindness Movement, the Eat, Pray, Love tours are perfect for those seeking meaningful Singapore encounters and wishing to uncover fresh perspectives. They may even serve as a stepping stone towards greater community involvement. The 2.5-hour tours to rediscover Singapore are suitable for all ages and can be paced according to the participants in the group.


Understanding Singapore’s diverse society of Chinese, Malay, Indian and other minority races can be daunting and confusing at times – even for a Singaporean!

Our Eat, Pray, Love: Singapore Edition private learning journeys present the perfect opportunity to deepen our understanding of Singapore through the shared aspirations and values of both migrants and people born here. The tours serve as a helpful integration exercise for MNCs during the on-boarding stage or as regular reminders of the shared values of the Singapore society and the essence of Singaporeans. The end goal is to forge stronger bonds and inter- and intra-department relationships.

According to the Microsoft 2021 Work Trend Index, the pandemic has had a toil on workers and organisations. Companies became more siloed than they were pre-Covid-19 and the breakdown in wider-scale collaboration could lead to a decline in innovation. As teams go back to work-from-office routines, the Eat, Pray, Love tours can help ‘thaw’ relations as people development leaders can adapt them to reinforce company values or achieve specific HR objectives.

The Eat, Pray, Love tours are also a worthy CSR initiative. Organisations can choose to accompany social service users, matched by The Volunteer Switchboard, on the tours or encourage employees to donate their SingapoRediscovers vouchers (SRV) to the less privileged. More details on SRV donation are provided below.

Like to get on board or find out more? Start a WhatsApp chat now to see how your company can partner us!

If you’re a company looking to do good, please also check out our Collaborate for Good initiative on the Company of Good website to learn how you can partner us.

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Quotient is approved by the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) to run tours that Singaporeans can pay for using their SRV.

Only five Authorised Booking Platforms (ABPs) can accept SRV redemption. Quotient’s ABP partner is GlobalTix – to redeem your SRV for our tours, you’ll need to transact on the following webpages:

Book Eat, Pray, Love @Balestier using SRV Book Eat, Pray, Love @Singapore River using SRV Book Eat, Pray, Love @Telok Ayer using SRV Book sustainability-themed guided cycling tour using SRV

Note: Tours booked fully or partially using SRV must be completed by 31 December, 2021. Please book our tours on the GlobalTix website by 15 December, 2021 to allow sufficient time for your booking to be processed during the festive period.

Detailed information and FAQ relating to SRV can be found on A guide on using SRV can also be found on the GlobalTix website.

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Social service users in Singapore have expressed interest in our Eat, Pray, Love: Singapore Edition private walking tours. Donate your SRV today to let someone who has fallen through the cracks or live with intellectual disabilities, have the opportunity to rediscover Singapore on a meaningful learning journey. It’s about as close to attending a “giant TED talk” in person, as described by one of our guest participants on our Singapore River tour.

The vouchers will be donated to our charity partners, Ray of Hope and Special Olympics Singapore (SOSG). A crowdfunding charity, Ray of Hope supports single parents, families stricken by medical issues, children with special needs, and migrant workers, among others. SOSG provides year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, enabling them to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship.

To donate, please click the buttons below and select an Eat, Pray, Love tour, add the desired number of tour tickets and apply the vouchers at checkout. Please donate by 16 August 2021.

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