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  • Heritage Schools Trail

    Former Tao Nan School

    Remember the times we ran down the school corridor? Played hopscotch at the school canteen? Waited at the gate for mum to bring us home? For many of us, the schools that we grew up in are part of our childhood memories. They are places where we were educated, introduced to life beyond our family, and met teachers and classmates that influenced our lives.

    Culture & Community, Architecture
  • Kampong Glam Trail

    Istana Kampong Gelam

    This Malay Historic District used to be and still is the hub of the Muslim community today. It was gazetted as a Conservation Area in 1989. Most of the buildings here are shophouses, the majority of which have remained intact over the years, retaining with them the rich culture and history of yesteryears. The shophouse is one of the most significant building types in Singapore’s architectural heritage, reflecting much of the island’s history and development.

    Culture & Community, Architecture, Lifestyle
  • Chinatown Trail

    Custom House, Maxwell Road

    The Historic District of Chinatown comprises four distinct sub-districts: Telok Ayer, Kreta Ayer, Bukit Pasoh and Tanjong Pagar. This guide introduces the history and character of the area and explains its growth from the 1820s, when it began as the first settlement of immigrants from southern China and southern India, until the immediate post-World War II period. Together with the other precincts south of the Singapore River, they made up what was known colloquially as the Greater Town (or Da Po, 大坡) of Singapore. Because of its architectural, historical and social importance, the area was given conservation status on 7 July 1989.

    Culture & Community
  • Historic Waterfront Trail

    Original Merlion Site

    The story of Singapore’s historic waterfront extends back to the foundation of Modern Singapore as a trading post in 1819 by the British East India Company. Its physical landscape reflects the changes and development of Singapore from a fledgling port city into a major 21st Century metropolis.

    Culture & Community, Lifestyle
  • Chinatown Clans & Associations Trail

    Fuk Tak Chi

    Since the 1820s, the area south of the Singapore River developed as the earliest Chinese settlement in Singapore. Clans, associations, temples and other institutional buildings were established here and form part of the rich heritage and roots of the Chinese in Singapore.

    Architecture, Culture & Community
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