Food Places Trails & Tours

Remake of East Coast Tour of the 1980s

by Society of Tourist Guides (Singapore)
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.

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Remake of East Coast Tour of the 1980s
Dates & Time: 
Sat, 14 May | 8.30am to 12.30pm
Sat, 14 May | 2pm to 6pm
Sat, 21 May | 8.30am to 12.30pm
Sat, 21 May | 2pm to 6pm

Fee: $36 (adult), $20 (child below 12)
Meeting Point: Outside Sri Perumal Temple (nearest MRT Station, Farrer Park) 

Admission fee to Changi Museum and Chapel - not included. Free admission for Singaporeans/PR.

Revisit the tour route for the East Coast Tour of the 1980s. Initially marketed to the Australian and New Zealand markets, the tour will visit key landmarks such as the temples of Serangoon Road and also the Changi Chapel and Museum, where we reflect and appreciate the bravery and resilience of the prisoners-of-war and the civilians during World War II. Participants will get to stop at Changi Point for a taste of Singapore Hawker Culture (own arrangement) and enjoy the sea breeze.

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Society of Tourist Guides (Singapore)

The Society of Tourist Guides (Singapore) was started by a group of experienced trainer guides in the year 2003 & has about 500 members who are licensed tourist guides. 

Since inception we have worked closely with Singapore Tourism Board, World Federation of Tourist Guides Associations & other industry partners to promote the professionalism of tourist guides as tourism ambassadors of Singapore.

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