Group Visits - Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre

Group Visits

Group Visits - Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre

Programmes We Offer

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For Schools

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For Schools

Our gallery is open daily from 10am – 8pm. School groups may request to visit the exhibition earlier at 9am. A minimum of 20 students is required for such requests.


Educators may lead students to explore the SINGAPO人 exhibition independently. Requests must be sent at least three weeks prior to your date of visit. Each session may accommodate a minimum of 20 and a maximum of 40 students.

Tour Times :
2pm – 8pm (Monday)
10am – 8pm (Tuesday to Friday)

Self-guided tours are free, to make a booking request, fill up the Self-Guided Form and send it to us at


Embark on an interactive learning journey around the SINGAPO人 exhibition led by our trained facilitators. Choose from specially designed guided tours, with themes ranging from identity, to history, and experience a new way of learning outside the classroom.

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Learn more about Chinese Singaporean culture from our trained facilitators as they take students on a guided tour of the SINGAPO人 exhibition. Complete your session with an exciting hands-on workshop inspired by the exhibition. Choose from programmes which have been specially developed to offer students a holistic learning experience. Students can express their creativity and originality through a range of activities from craft making to art techniques, to music-making and songwriting.

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Are you an educator looking for home-based learning programmes? Or alternative learning methods for your students in class? Using a blend of online live teaching, multi-media formats, handouts and craft materials, we have some engaging programmes to achieve your learning outcomes. Watch the highlights of our Online School Programmes.

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Partnership Programmes

Fun Learning Articles About SINGAPO人

Are you an educator looking for resources to teach culture in your classroom? Or are you looking for content regarding topics about local food, language, festivals, and values?


Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre has specially produced a series of articles for schools which discusses Chinese Singaporean culture through local food, kopitiam lingo, Chinese festivals, the arts, and values cherished by the Chinese.


These comprehension passages are written with multiple choice questions & answers and are suitable for different age groups. Educators can use them for classroom teaching and learning or supplement the learning before or after your visit to the exhibition SINGAPO人.


We would also like to hear what you think of the articles in this short questionnaire here.


Title                      Suitable for                      
International Recognition for Local Film Lower Secondary Higher Chinese
Zhongyuan Festival and Getai Culture Lower Secondary Higher Chinese
Values Cherished by the Chinese Lower Secondary Express Chinese
Chinese Singaporean Surnames Lower Secondary Higher Chinese
Kopitiam Culture Lower Secondary Chinese


More comprehension passages coming up. Stay tuned!


Inside the Chinese Singaporean – The Evolution of our Culture and Heritage Virtual Tour

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’ Singaporean Chinese are.


Co-organised by Singapore Chinese Culture Centre and Tribe Tours, the tour will start off with the SINGAPO人 permanent 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.


Through the livestream, learn concepts such as:

  • What Makes Us, “Us” – Besides being shaped by our roots, culture and origins, buildings also tell a story. Behind the skyscrapers, conserved buildings, sculptures and green spaces is the story of how urban planners shape our Singapore image on the global stage.
  • Beyond Generations – What roles did clans play in shaping the Chinese Singaporean identity and how much of these remains for us?
  • When Cultures Meet – How did a Methodist church and mosque come to be in the heart of Telok Ayer? What role does a Chinese temple play in the past and present
  • Made in Singapore – Do you know that local favourite Hainanese Chicken Rice is a made in Singapore dish? Learn more about origins of Singapore food!


Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Day and time of tour: Daily, 10am – 6pm (except Monday 2-6pm), subject to availability
Price for up to 30 pax: $850 nett
Price for up to 50 pax: $1200 nett
Between 51 to 100 pax: Additional $13 per pax


Please email to make a booking request.


Poppy – An Interactive Digital Play

Responding to Kuo Pao Kun’s Silly Little Girl and The Funny Old Tree, Poppy follows the story of a teenage environmentalist in present-day Singapore. It combines interactivity, social media, camera wizardry and live performance to tell a re-imagined tale about loss and the fight to protect what you love.


Jointly presented by the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre & The Theatre Practice Education Project. The Theatre Practice is the Fourth Singapore Chinese Cultural Contribution Award recipient under the Organisation Category. For more details, visit here.


Performance Dates & Time: All year round (To be discussed with the organization or school)
Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes (Inclusive of the post-show dialogue)
Language: Mandarin or English (Please choose one)
Target Audience: Secondary, Tertiary (Class or Assembly Show)
Audience Size: Maximum 250
Fee: $2,000 + prevailing GST (Tote Board Arts Grant can be used)

Digital edition only


Please email to make a booking request. Due to the interactive nature of this Zoom play, please call 6337 2525 to find out more about how to ensure the best viewing experience for your students.


Junior Guide Training Programme

Are you an educator looking for ways to improve your students’ public speaking skills? Or are you looking for service-learning projects where your students can contribute to, and make an impact on society?


Join us on the Junior Guide Training Programme, where students get a chance to polish their speaking, language, writing and listening skills. After learning about our exhibition SINGAPO人, the trained student ambassadors can get a chance to put their skills to practice by leading their peers around.


Day: Weekdays
Duration: 7 hours
Language: English/ Mandarin
Relevant Subjects: English / Chinese Language, Character & Citizenship Education
Age group: Recommended for Primary 5 students and above


This programme is free and would require all students to complete the 7-hour programme. Schools can request for one full day programme or two half-day sessions. After the training programme, these student ambassadors must bring at least a class of students on a guided tour of SINGAPO人.


Requests for this Junior Guide Training Programme must be sent at least five weeks prior to your date of training. Each training request may accommodate a maximum of 20 students. Please download and fill up the Junior Guide Training Programme Form and email to to make your booking request.

For Educators

The Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre supports educators in connecting students with the learning of Chinese Singaporean culture.

Sessions for Educators

Calling all educators!

The Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre presents the exhibition, SINGAPO人, which examines the distinctive Chinese Singaporean culture through themes such as food, language, and customs.

We would like to invite you to join us on a tour of our exhibition in this educators-only event for you to gauge how easily it is for your students to be self-directed learners.

You will also be introduced to specially designed resources to prepare you for future visits with your students!

Main audience Language Date Time Venue
Preschool educators Mandarin 27 May 2022, Friday 3pm – 5pm Recital Studio (level 6)
Primary school educators Mandarin 1 June 2022, Wednesday 3pm – 5pm Recital Studio (level 6)
Secondary school/ tertiary institution educators Mandarin 2 June 2022, Thursday 10am12pm Recital Studio (level 6)
In-service educators English 3 June 2022, Friday 10am – 12pm Recital Studio (level 6)

Price: $5

These sessions are organised especially for in-service educators teaching in local schools. These tours are conducted in English or Mandarin. Each session is two hours long and requires a minimum of five participants. Registration closes three days prior to the start of the session. For all enquiries, please email

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Online Sessions for Educators

Discover something new and exciting for your students through presentations and discussions of our SINGAPO人 exhibition. You’d uncover the depths about Chinese Singaporean culture through different aspects such as food, language, and customs! Participants will be introduced to some specially designed resources to help prepare for future visits with their students.

Venue: Zoom
Price: Free. Registration is required.
Date: 25 November 2021 (Chinese) and 26 November 2021 (English)
Time: 3pm – 5pm

These sessions are organised especially for in-service educators teaching in local schools. Each session requires a minimum of five participants and registration closes four days prior to the start of the session.

Registration is closed.

For General Public

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Are you a parent with a young child?

Pick up a copy of THE SINGAPO人 HUNT Little Explorer to explore the exhibition with your little ones where you can look for magical shadows and hunt for that chou chou pillow. For older children (10 years and above), grab a copy of The Great SINGAPO人 Adventure and get your pencil ready for some crossword puzzles and drawing activities.

To keep you safe, visitors are required to be:

  • Fully vaccinated individuals
  • Recovered individuals
  • Children aged 12 years and below
    • *If there is more than one child aged 12 years and below in the group of two persons, both children must be from the same household.

Free Weekend Guided Tours [starting from 5 March]

English tour: 1pm and 3pm (Saturday and Sunday)
Mandarin tour:  2pm and 4pm (Saturday and Sunday)


These tours are offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Visitors may walk-in and register at the front desk on Level 2. Each tour is limited to 10 participants (excluding the docent) due to safe management measures. To know more about COVID-19 measures for exhibition visitors, click here.

Private Guided Tours

Corporations and travel agencies may request for a guided tour of the SINGAPO人 exhibition during our opening hours. Led by our trained facilitators, take this chance to deepen your understanding of what it means to be a Chinese Singaporean. Each tour requires a minimum of 20 persons and may accommodate a maximum of 40 persons. This 1.5-hour long tour may be conducted in English, Mandarin or bilingual (English & Mandarin).

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Free Group Guided Tours

The group guided tour is free for social welfare organisations, MOE schools, government agencies and SCCC partners. Virtual guided tours are also available.

To make a booking request, fill up the Group Visit Form and send it to us at Tour requests must be sent at least four weeks prior to date of tour commencement. Each physical tour may accommodate a maximum of 10 persons and virtual tour may accommodate to a maximum of 100 persons.

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CultuRediscover Series: Special Tours at the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre

How did Chinese Singaporeans develop the habit of having kaya toast for breakfast, and what is kopi siudai? Why do Chinese Singaporeans lohei during Chinese New Year and observe Zhongyuan in the seventh lunar month? How did these habits and practices develop, and what are some other Chinese Singaporean customs? Join a tour specially curated for new citizens and non-Singaporeans to better appreciate the distinctiveness of Chinese Singaporean culture. Each session includes a guided tour and short discussion segment.

Tour is free. Suitable for those aged 15 and above. Each participant will also receive a complimentary bottle of Cooling Water from Three Legs brand.

Date: 8 January 2022 – 3 December 2022
Time: 10am — 11.30am (registration from 9.45am)
Tour Dates: 8 Jan; 12 Feb; 5 Mar; 2 Apr; 7 May; 4 Jun; 2 Jul; 6 Aug; 3 Sep; 1 Oct; 5 Nov; 3 Dec
Venue: SINGAPO人: Discovering Singapore Chinese Culture, Singapore Chinese Culture Centre, Level 2
Event Language:  Conducted in English & Mandarin


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8 January 2022 [Ended]
12 February 2o22 [Ended]
5 March 2022 [Ended]
2 April 2022 [Ended]
7 May 2022 [Fully booked]
4 June 2022 [Fully booked]
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June School Holiday Programme: What Makes A Chinese Singaporean?

Curated and conducted by Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre & Preschool Market

Calling all parents and children!

Join us this school holiday in an interactive guided tour of the SINGAPO人exhibition to learn more about how Chinese festivals have evolved and are being celebrated in Singapore today. In the workshop, parents and their children would create and bring home a light-up card that reinforces their understanding of the traditions celebrated during Mid-Autumn Festival.

Date: 7 June 2022, Tuesday (Mandarin)
8 June 2022, Wednesday (English)
9 June 2022, Thursday (Mandarin)
10 June 2022, Friday (English)
Time: 10am – 12pm 
Duration:  12o minutes
Price: $23 per parent-child
Venue: Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre Recital Studio, Level 6


*Recommended for children of ages five – nine years old. Maximum 20 pax per session. 

This programme is held in conjunction with our exhibition, SINGAPO人: Discovering Chinese Singaporean Culture. 

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