The Chinese Singaporean identity today is a result of generations of intercultural influences. Through a walking trail of buildings, arts and food, we will bring you on a journey of discovery, to find out the level of ‘chinese-ness’ Chinese Singaporean are.
Starting off with the SINGAPO人 exhibition which sets the context of the tour, we continue exploring the themes of the exhibition zones by embarking on a walking trail to Telok Ayer – the backbone of development of the Chinese migrant community in early Singapore.
Why join this tour?
Route of Trail
SCCC SINGAPO人 Exhibition -> Public Art Installation at Capital Tower -> Maxwell Chamber -> Nanyang Hakka Federation -> Telok Ayer Park -> Chinese Methodist Church -> Nagore Dargah Indian Muslim Temple
Fees (excluding GST)
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This programme is part of Singapore HeritageFest 2022. For more information, visit https://www.sgheritagefest.gov.sg/.
Jul 10, 2021
English Trail: Every 2nd Saturday, 10am to 1pm
Mandarin Trail: Every last Saturday, 10am to 1pm
Meeting Place: Singapore Chinese Culture Centre Lobby Level 1
Note: The tour ends at Food Folks @ Lau Pa Sat
Conducted in English & Mandarin
For join in session: $50 per pax, minimum 6 pax to commence
For guaranteed, private sessions: $600 nett for up to 20pax