Food Places Trails & Tours

Inside the Chinese Singaporean – The Evolution of our Culture and Heritage

by Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre
14, 28 May • 10:00am

Through a walking trail of buildings, arts and food, go on a journey of discovery, to find out the level of ‘Chinese-ness’ Chinese Singaporean are.

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Inside the Chinese Singaporean – The Evolution of our Culture and Heritage
Dates & Time:
Sat, 14 May | 10am to 1pm (conducted in English)
Sat, 28 May | 10am to 1pm (conducted in Mandarin)

Venue: Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre & Tanjong Pagar
Fee: $50 per pax

Through our Inside the Chinese Singaporean – The Evolution of our Culture and Heritage trail, admire the SINGAPO人 exhibition and explore how the Chinese Singaporean identity today is shaped by our Chinese heritage, cultural interactions, and public policies.

Go on a walking trail to Telok Ayer, the backbone of development of the Chinese migrant community in early Singapore — where one can appreciate local buildings, sculptures and food, all while uncovering interesting facts and stories that formed the identities and culture of the Chinese Singaporean.

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Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre

The Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre (SCCC) collaborates with arts and cultural groups and community partners to promote and develop local Chinese culture. By creating accessible and engaging content, we strive to nurture greater appreciation of our multi-cultural identity and sense of belonging.

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Flavour of Kampong Gelam with Khir Johari

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This food trail will take visitors to some of the most notable “makan” places in Kg Gelam such as Victory Restaurant, Islamic Restaurant and Warung Pariaman and to discover the stories behind their famous cuisines.

Histories: What to Eat Next — Exploring Singapore's Food Heritage

20 May • 06:00pm

Singapore’s varied foods are not only unique in preparation and taste, but also steeped in our rich cultural values. Hear our speakers share on Singapore’s diverse ethnicity, its relationship with food and how people can connect with one another through food.

From Bean to Cup: Coffees of Asia Workshop by Foreword Coffee

14 - 15 May • 11:00am • Asian Civilisations Museum

Taste the flavours of Asia with coffee from China, Laos, and Indonesia! In this introductory coffee tasting workshop, learn about the coffee value chain from bean to cup, and the burgeoning coffee industry in the region.