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Tiong Bahru Heritage & Food Tour, Including Sampling!  - 28 Aug
Aug
28
9:00 AM09:00

Tiong Bahru Heritage & Food Tour, Including Sampling! - 28 Aug

Tiong Bahru Foodie Tour, Including Sampling!

What makes Tiong Bahru unique? So many things! Beyond its architecture, history and urban layout, we believe it's the neighbourhood's appetising and multi-course food heritage that make Tiong Bahru so special!

Join us as we get a taste of life in the area from its beginnings as an SIT housing project, to its heyday as a glamorous "Den of Beauties!" Walk through gardens that supplied "wartime kitchens," and take a bite out of food items that were common during the Japanese Occupation……..

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Tuesday Walk: The Hills & Plains of Chinatown, from Blair to Duxton - 3 Sept
Sep
3
9:00 AM09:00
Tuesday Walk: Tiong Bahru - 29 Oct
Oct
29
9:00 AM09:00

Explore Singapore's Ethnic Quarters - 2 Aug
Aug
2
9:00 AM09:00

Explore Singapore's Ethnic Quarters - 2 Aug

Singapore’s ethnic neighbourhoods are its greatest treasures and they collectively shine a positive light on Singapore history. They were conceived by Stamford Raffles based on his 1822 Master Town Plan. Raffles felt it was important to create a sense of community among people of the same ethnicity and culture in order to help them settle and assimilate quickly….

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Explore Singapore's Ethnic Quarters - 19 July
Jul
19
9:00 AM09:00

Explore Singapore's Ethnic Quarters - 19 July

Singapore’s ethnic neighbourhoods are its greatest treasures and they collectively shine a positive light on Singapore history. They were conceived by Stamford Raffles based on his 1822 Master Town Plan. Raffles felt it was important to create a sense of community among people of the same ethnicity and culture in order to help them settle and assimilate quickly….

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Tuesday Walk: Tiong Bahru - 16 July
Jul
16
9:00 AM09:00

Tuesday Walk: Tiong Bahru - 16 July

Tuesday Small-Group Discovery Walk: Tiong Bahru

Touted as one of the world’s coolest neighbourhoods by Vogue, ‘Singapore’s hippest hood’ by CNN and by locals as one of the most happening, everyone loves Tiong Bahru's old world charm.

Visiting this quaint neighbourhood, you immediately notice an intriguing mix of old and new…..

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Tuesday Walk: Chinatown - 2 July
Jul
2
9:00 AM09:00

Tuesday Walk: Chinatown - 2 July

Tuesday Small-Group Discovery Walk: The Colours of Chinatown

This walk weaves in visits to the diverse houses of worship on South Bridge Road, one of Singapore’s “harmony” streets, and also home to goldsmiths, herbalists and more. We wind our way through the heart of Chinatown to see old shophouses, a former Cantonese opera theatre, a traditional wet market, and the famous Buddha Tooth temple……

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Tuesday Walk: Little India - 25 June
Jun
25
9:00 AM09:00

Tuesday Walk: Little India - 25 June

Tuesday Small-Group Discovery Walk: Little India - Stories of Temples, Vice, Cattle & Spice

Explore the heart and soul of Singapore’s Indian community—Little India. The heritage district associated with vibrant colours, the fragrance of flowers and spices, and an eclectic mix of houses. But on this tour, you hear not just about its present-day vibrancy, but also its early days of cattle slaughtering, horse-racing, baby delivering, and more ……

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Tuesday Walk: Katong & Joo Chiat - 4 June (SOLD OUT)
Jun
4
9:00 AM09:00

Tuesday Walk: Katong & Joo Chiat - 4 June (SOLD OUT)

Tuesday Small-Group Discovery Walk: Katong & Joo Chiat

Among the various ethnic enclaves, the Peranakans are undoubtedly one of Southeast Asia’s most colourful and distinctive communities. In Singapore, the Peranakans are mainly a mix of the rich cultures resulting from the marriage of early Chinese traders and local Malay and Indian women…..

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Tuesday Walk: Chinatown to Duxton - 7 May
May
7
9:00 AM09:00
Discovery Walks: Katong & Joo Chiat - Sat 4 May - Fully Booked
May
4
9:00 AM09:00
Tuesday Walk: Tanjong Pagar - 23 April - Fully Booked
Apr
23
9:00 AM09:00

Tuesday Walk: Tanjong Pagar - 23 April - Fully Booked

Tuesday Small-Group Discovery Walk: Tanjong Pagar

Tanjong Pagar means “cape of stakes” a name that reflects its origins as a fishing village. But there is even more picturesque account of the naming inspired by a local legend. Join us on this new tour to discover who were the early inhabitants of the area, how in the second half of 19th century the area developed into a busy harbor to become a maze of towering offices…….

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Tiong Bahru Foodie Tour - Thur 11 April
Apr
11
9:00 AM09:00

Tiong Bahru Foodie Tour - Thur 11 April

** Fully Booked **

Tiong Bahru Foodie Tour, Including Sampling!

What makes Tiong Bahru unique? So many things! Beyond its architecture, history and urban layout, we believe it's the neighbourhood's appetising and multi-course food heritage that make Tiong Bahru so special!

Join us as we get a taste of life in the area from its beginnings as an SIT housing project, to its heyday as a glamorous "Den of Beauties!" Walk through gardens that supplied "wartime kitchens," and take a bite out of food items that were common during the Japanese Occupation……..

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Tuesday Walk: Chinatown - 2 April
Apr
2
9:00 AM09:00

Tuesday Walk: Chinatown - 2 April

Tuesday Small-Group Discovery Walk: The Colours of Chinatown

This walk weaves in visits to the diverse houses of worship on South Bridge Road, one of Singapore’s “harmony” streets, and also home to goldsmiths, herbalists and more. We wind our way through the heart of Chinatown to see old shophouses, a former Cantonese opera theatre, a traditional wet market, and the famous Buddha Tooth temple….

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Tuesday Walk: Katong & Joo Chiat - 26 March
Mar
26
9:00 AM09:00

Tuesday Walk: Katong & Joo Chiat - 26 March

Tuesday Small Group Discovery Walks: Katong & Joo Chiat

Among the various ethnic enclaves, the Peranakans are undoubtedly one of Southeast Asia’s most colourful and distinctive communities. In Singapore, the Peranakans are mainly a mix of the rich cultures resulting from the marriage of early Chinese traders and local Malay and Indian women. Their love of colour, patterns and sheer drama is evidenced in their material culture (for instance, their colourful beading and clothing styles) and in their beliefs as well……

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