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Community Association Series: Who Are We?

Who Are We? is a hosted series that follows our host on a journey to find out how different ethnic groups preserve their traditions as she attempts to make sense of her cultural identity in modern day Singapore. In each episode, the host learns about the challenges in keeping such cultural practices alive as she picks up a traditional skill from the craftsmen who fight toe and nail to keep them alive.

Documenting Nature Workshop

21, 28 May • 10:00am • Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum

Join us and be introduced to a variety of techniques used to document nature in the past and present, from gyotaku printing to nature journaling activities. Look forward to our guided gallery tour to learn more about Singapore’s biodiversity and natural history.

Explore the Gardens Itinerary Planner

Explore the Gardens with the itineraries around some of our popular spots. Go on a journey of discovery and fun around the Gardens.

Fire-fighting - No Flame Too High

7, 14 May • 10:00am • Singapore Aviation Academy

7, 14 May • 01:00pm • Singapore Aviation Academy

Discover what it takes to be an Airport Fire-fighter at the World’s Best Airport and how the Singapore Aviation Academy plays a vital role in their training and development.

For Gold, Glory and God

7, 14, 21 May • 11:00am • Eurasian Heritage Gallery

In this guided tour of the Eurasian Heritage Gallery, discover the travels of early European immigrants, their contributions to the spice trade in Singapore, and the intermarriages that led to the birth of the Eurasian community as we know it today. End your day on a sweet note with teatime at Quentin’s Eurasian Restaurant, where you’ll be served a slice of traditional sugee cake – a nutty cake made from semolina and almonds and topped with marzipan or icing.

Traveller Character Tours

21 May • 10:30am

“Travel” through time and hear from a merchant from the 1920s seeking investors for his new business.

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.

From Otter to Otah – The Art of Creating Loveable Animal Characters

14 May • 11:00am

In this 1.5 hour workshop, participants will learn how to design animal characters that inspire enduring love and mass appeal, based on animals found in the museum’s William Farquhar Collection of Natural History Drawings.

Guided Heritage Tour @ Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum

17 - 20, 24 - 27 May • 02:30pm • Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum

Home to the region’s largest and oldest collections of natural history, Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum has relocated several times before settling down in its final home at 2 Conservatory Drive. Join this specially curated guided gallery tour led by our volunteer guides and learn about the museum from past to present.

Hakka Abacus Seeds Culinary Workshop

7, 14 May • 10:00am • Enabling Village

7, 14 May • 02:00pm • Enabling Village

A hands-on Hakka Abacus Seeds (Suan Pan Zi) cooking workshop, led by apprentices and chefs from Metta Cafe. Participants will learn how to make Suan Pan Zi from scratch and everyone will get to bring home this delicious dish!