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  • Jubilee Walk

    Jubilee Walk

    The Jubilee Walk is an eight-kilometre trail that connects the past, present and future elements of the Singapore story, from ancient Temasek to the colonial era, to nationhood, rapid urban development and beyond.

    Architecture, Culture & Community, Lifestyle, Nature, War, Art, National History
  • Singapore River Walk

    Singapore River Walk

    Since 1819, when modern Singapore was founded, the Singapore River has served as an artery of international commerce that drew people from all over the region to work, trade and seek their fortunes on this island. Today, after a major clean-up that ended in 1983, the river continues to bustle with life, flowing past modern skyscrapers and historic buildings.

    Architecture, Culture & Community, Lifestyle, National History, Art
  • Toa Payoh Trail

    Toa Payoh Dragon Playground

    Toa Payoh is the archetypical grandaddy of public housing towns in Singapore. It is the first town designed and developed entirely by the Housing and Development Board. There are many "firsts" in Toa Payoh such as the first Residents' Association and the first Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) station to be built in Singapore, just to name a few. Join us as we embark on this trail that covers nine significant heritage sites and uncover the unique story of Toa Payoh!

    Healthcare, Culture & Community, Architecture, National History, Nature
  • World War 2 Trail

    World War 2 Trail by National Heritage Board

    The Second World War came to Malaya and Singapore on 8 December 1941, more than two years after it broke out in Europe. After the Fall of Singapore on 15 February 1942, the island was renamed Syonan-To (Light of the South) and it spent the next 3 years and 7 months under the Japanese Occupation (1942–45). The war ended in the Asia-Pacific with the signing of the Instrument of Surrender in Singapore on 12 September 1945.

    War, National History, Defence
  • Bedok Trail

    Bedok Heritage Trail Cover Photo

    From pirates to beach parties, fishing villages to coconut plantations, the story of the eastern coast of Singapore shares many common threads with coastal settlements across the world. At the same time, the intertwined histories of Bedok, Siglap, Tanah Merah and the East Coast are unique in many ways.

    Culture & Community, National History, Lifestyle
  • Tiong Bahru Heritage Trail

    Tiong Bahru Heritage Trail

    Tiong Bahru Road today stretches for more than three kilometres from Redhill MRT at its western end to Outram Road on its eastern end. For most Singaporeans, Tiong Bahru is a small, charming and chic housing estate awash with good eateries and eclectic little shops. But there is much more to Tiong Bahru than meets the eye, as this heritage trail shows.

    Culture & Community, Architecture, National History
  • Kampong Glam Heritage Trail 1

    Masjid Sultan 2

    This trail takes you through the meandering, bustling streets of Kampong Glam's conserved area, covering Arab Street, Beach Road, Jalan Sultan and Victoria Street. Start at the Malay Heritage Centre, formerly the residence of Malay sultans and their families, and follow the trail thereafter to find out what life used to be like in Kampong Glam, from its culture and communities to its trades and crafts.

    Culture & Community, Architecture, National History
  • Jalan Besar Heritage Trail

    Jalan Besar Heritage Trail Cover

    The Jalan Besar Heritage Trail is a tale of two former swamps. First, we trace the urban development of a floodplain that once existed on the north bank of the Rochor River. Next, we chart the stories of the communities and cultures that sprung up around the muddy basin of Singapore’s longest waterway, the Kallang River.

    Culture & Community, National History, Architecture
  • Little India Heritage Trail - Serangoon in the 1900s

    Abdul Gafoor Mosque 2

    The early 20th century was a defining period that shaped today's Little India as migrants from India, China and Britain settled in the area and established a diversity of trades and institutions. Follow this trail and explore the rich history of the Little India precinct.

    National History, Culture & Community, Lifestyle, Community
  • Ang Mo Kio Heritage Trail One

    Ang Mo Kio Town Centre 2

    Before the introduction of the housing town, Ang Mo Kio was largely covered with swamps and forests. Now it is adorned with landscapes of populated housing estates, including Ang Mo Kio’s unique story of the block of circular flats, Singapore’s one and only.

    Culture & Community, Nature, National History
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