Places

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My Life Journey

22 May • 10:00am • Nagore Dargah Indian Muslim Heritage Centre

Retiree Mr Ninar Pillai Ibrahim, who is his eighties, will be sharing his life journey and how he settled in Singapore from Thucklay in Tamil Nadu.

Blast To The Past

21 - 22 May • 09:00am

Located on a hill, at the intersection of nature and urban living, City Sprouts invites you to reignite the kampong spirit with your family and friends.

A Ride Through Our Cultural Precincts

14 - 15, 21 May • 06:00pm

14 - 15, 21 May • 06:30pm

14 - 15, 21 May • 07:00pm

14 - 15, 21 May • 07:30pm

Join us on a trishaw ride around different cultural precincts in Singapore!

Singapore’s Natural History in 3 Plants

7, 14, 21 May • 09:30am • Fort Canning Park & National Museum of Singapore

7, 14, 21 May • 10:30am • Fort Canning Park & National Museum of Singapore

7, 14, 21 May • 02:30pm • Fort Canning Park & National Museum of Singapore

Explore the history of three cash crops in Singapore through a garden tour at Fort Canning, and take part in a workshop to learn sustainable ways of living to help preserve Singapore’s natural heritage.

Traveller Character Tours

21 May • 10:30am

21 May • 02:00pm

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

Remake of East Coast Tour of the 1980s

14, 21 May • 08:30am

14, 21 May • 02:00pm

Visit the temples in the Serangoon Road area, view the landmarks enroute to Changi. Stop at Changi Village before proceeding to Changi Chapel and Museum. Appreciate the bravery and resilience of the prisoners-of-war and the civilians during World War II.

Treasures From Our Forests

21 May • 10:30am

What is in a forest? Drawing on Forest School Singapore, the global earth education movement and indigenous knowledge, Diana Rahim, Darren Quek and Angela Ferguson explore the ways in which we can rekindle our connection with our natural heritage.

Marantau Baliak Ka Alam: A Randai performance produced by Kaum Collective

20 May • 08:30pm • Malay Heritage Centre

This Randai performance will serve as a reminder of our foundational connection and interdependence with nature – to realise what we have taken for granted. The performance shall incorporate dance, music and poetic dialogue with also elements of educational anecdotes to help audiences to understand the story as well as the art of Randai.

Kent Ridge Nature Walk

17 May • 05:00pm • National University of Singapore, Kent Ridge Road

Used to be known as the Pasir Panjang ridge, Kent Ridge was the battleground of the battle of Pasir Panjang in 1942. Join us as we explore the history of the battle as well as the flora and fauna found along Kent Ridge Road.

Our Heritage Stories: History of Wildlife Parks in Singapore

15 May • 11:00am

Few people are aware that the island’s first public zoo was set up in 1875. Join librarian Lim Tin Seng as he shares about history of wildlife parks in Singapore.