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Flowers of Asia: Floral Arrangement Workshop

21 - 22 May • 02:00pm • Asian Civilisations Museum

Bring along your favourite vessel from home to craft a unique floral arrangement using a mix of blooms found throughout the Asian continent. Learn about sustainability in floral design and techniques for using a kenzan to hold flower arrangements.

The Wild and Wonderful Docent Guided Tours (With Sign Language Interpretation)

15, 22 May • 11:00am • Asian Civilisations Museum

Learn about critters, creatures, and the natural world through our collection as you traverse the forests and sail across rivers (in your mind) in ACM’s galleries with tours by the Museum Volunteers. Singapore Sign Language (SgSL) interpretation will be provided.

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.

Reflections

12 Apr • 10:00am

Multiple meanings of reflections drive us to look at our past, present and future. What does natural heritage mean to us today? What can we learn from the past, and what does it bode for the future?

Do Trees Grow On Money?

Do trees grow on money? Well, in fact, they do! Join students from River Valley High School in reading this e-book to find out more about our natural heritage in our currency!

Back to Our Future: 250 Years of Observing and Documenting Nature in Singapore

This photo essay will feature significant animals, plants and places that are signifiers of the natural heritage of Singapore from 250 years ago in the form of visual materials with text to provide context and tie these into the larger natural history of the island.

Digital collection of butterflies of Singapore & Peninsular Malaysia

Explore the diversity of butterflies found in Singapore and Peninsular Malaysia through our online digital collection of butterfly specimens from the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum.

An International Flower, For An International City

The orchid is commonly known by Singaporeans as our national flower - Vanda Miss Joaquim. While many countries have national flowers too, the orchid is more than a national flower in Singapore’s case. It is also a tool used in Singapore’s diplomatic relations. This essay explores this little-known aspect of our natural heritage.

Travel Journal Bookbinding Workshop

14 May • 10:00am • Enabling Village

14 May • 02:00pm • Enabling Village

Create your own personal hand-bound travel journal at SPD’s craft workshops guided by our experienced artisans with disabilities in an inclusive setting.

Fun with Chinese Activity Kit: Xiao Qing & Transportation

2 May • 10:00am • Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall

A bilingual activity kit for parents to engage their little ones at home to learn more about the different modes of transportation in the past.