For Families

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UNESCO Hawker Food Tour: “Boiled and Braised” in Singapore

14, 21 May • 10:00am

Get into the bellies of the Chinese in Singapore and explore our world of hawker cuisine.

The “Secret Ingredients” Food Travelling Exhibition

2 May • 10:00am

An interactive exhibition for youths, families to discover about the surprising origins of everyday Chinese Singaporean dishes.

Homeground

29 Apr • 10:00am • National Museum of Singapore

This installation was inspired by the distinctive elements and features of a KTM train, the former Tanjong Pagar Railway Station, and the magnificence of Singapore's flora and fauna. Be sure to catch this installation in the Stamford Gallery, National Museum Singapore!

Mount Faber Heritage Tour

7 - 8, 14 - 15, 21 - 22, 28 - 29 May • 10:00am

7 - 8, 14 - 15, 21 - 22, 28 - 29 May • 12:00pm

Enjoy a guided tour around Mount Faber Park to Faber Point, the highest point on Mount Faber Hill and take a round-trip ride on the Singapore Cable Car Mount Faber Line!

Re-live the Memories of Singapore Cable Car

2 May • 12:00am

Have you seen Singapore’s first-generation cable car cabin launched in 1974? Or been on board the special edition glass bottom cabin, which was installed in 1999 to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Singapore Cable Car?

Visit the exhibition at Mount Faber Peak to discover more about the heritage of Singapore Cable Car and the history of Mount Faber.

Kebun Rasa Sayang, Our Dear Children Garden

21 - 22, 28 - 29 May • 04:00pm • Boon Lay

How does the community sayang (take care of) themselves and each other with the plants they grow at home? Visit Kebun Rasa Sayang - Our Dear Children Garden at Boon Lay Drive, and be inspired by our ground-up action and community knowledge!

Lower Khatib Bongsu Trail

14 - 15, 28 May • 07:15am • Khatib Bongsu

Khatib Bongsu is one of our largest mangrove riverine in mainland Singapore. Let's explore its natural heritage using kayaks.

Blue Pea Wonder Workshop

21 May • 01:30pm

22 May • 10:30am

Inspired by the exquisite blue pea flowers, this 2.5-hour culinary and craft workshop in Pasir Ris is centered on appreciating the butterfly pea plant, or Clitoria ternatea, that is native to Asia and known for its healing properties.

Helmed by artist Carlyn Law and educator Janna Hussain - two neighbours who bonded over the blue pea, this unique workshop will take participants back to the days of the kampong where they can harvest a variety of blue pea flowers, lemongrass and pandan leaf from the home garden to the kitchen table.

MasterCraft: Rangoli Making with Vijaya Mohan

21 - 22, 29 May • 02:00pm • National Museum of Singapore

Have fun in this interactive and hands-on experience to uncover beyond the robust of colours, how and what is involved in making rangoli!

Merli-Go-Round to Singapore HeritageFest

Join Merli on an adventure to uncover hidden tales of Singapore’s colourful history in our cultural precincts!