The historic district of Chinatown has changed significantly since it was known as Kreta Ayer. However, through conservation efforts many of the original architecture still stands. Let us help reveal specks of the authentic Chinatown right in front of your eyes.
Explore this splendid site of early royalty. Be amazed at the contrasting landscapes within one heritage district. Visit the many ‘Kampongs’ that were defined by street names, learn about how religion was a key driver of the old economy, and discover the marks that each community have left on these royal grounds.
From small businesses to places of worship, the development of Serangoon Road to Little India is a revelation of how a community so ethnically diverse, can co-exist and grow together. Join this tour to discover the richness of Little India and witness the transformation through the years.
To the current generations of Singaporeans, the Japanese Occupation of Syonan-to is a distant memory. Yet, there are countless lessons from this period that we must remember, and untold stories of bravery and resilience that we must honour. This walk will allow you to explore the impact of war, and grasp the value of freedom.
Eight. The number of days that the Imperial Japanese Army took to successfully force the impregnable fortress of Singapore to the surrender table. How was this achieved? What was the strategy? Re-trace the route of attack, re-live the battle, and at the end remember the impact of the 2nd World War in Singapore.
For a well-connected city-state like Singapore, the vulnerabilities to physical and non-physical attacks are apparent. Understanding the concept of Total Defence by the people is key to our survival. This walk aims to explore the 5 pillars of defence within the city, and reinforce the ideas in a fun and engaging way.
The Birthplace of modern Singapore. The island’s Lifeline. These are a few of the titles bestowed upon our beloved Singapore River. Join us on a journey upstream, along 3 quays and across bridges, through former warehouses, villages and temples. Experience life along the river as it was.
Being a “melting pot” of racial diversity, the tea culture that develop here was as myriad as the local population, where tradition, beliefs and identities blended with one another. Explore new ways of looking at Singapore and get real hands-on experience of the entire production process, from leaf to cup. There’s nothing quite like this!
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