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The Part Timer: Hafeez Becomes A Bus Captain

In this episode of The Smart Local's Part Timer series, join Hafeez Harris as he takes on the challenge of becoming a bus captain in Singapore. Follow Hafeez as he undergoes rigorous training to acquire the necessary skills and knowledge for the job.

The Rise and Rise of Singapore Women Cricket Team

Diviya and Louis, from the Singapore Women’s cricket team tell us all about the history of cricket, and why they still choose to play it.

A Journey with Singapore Turf Club: Past to Present – Behind-the-Scenes Raceday Tour

14 May • 11:00am • Singapore Turf Club

Singapore Turf Club (STC) celebrates 180 years of racing, sports and recreation. Go behind-the-scenes and see the action on and off the tracks. Experience the sport of horse racing and its rich history while gaining exclusive access to the races.

A Journey with Singapore Turf Club: Past to Present - STCRC Equine Experience

21 May • 10:00am • Singapore Turf Club Riding Centre

Singapore Turf Club (STC) established the Singapore Turf Club Riding Centre (STCRC) in 2010 to make horse riding accessible to the public.Gain a first-hand experience in grooming and feeding a horse on an exclusive stable tour then a leisure horse ride in STCRC’s world-class arena.

Bus-tling Along: A History of Singapore Buses

Ian Izdeehar, from the NTU History Programme, takes you through a whirlwind history of buses in Singapore and how they are an inseparable part of our country's identity.

DBS Sailing At The Bay

Live more and be inspired by Marina Bay’s transformation over the years! Hop on board our DBS sailboats and discover historical trivia about iconic waterfront landmarks and transport modes in the past, while enjoying Singapore’s skyline from the water.

Film Screening: Ring of Fury

24 May • 08:00pm • Oldham Theatre

Inspired by the kungfu craze sparked by Bruce Lee in the 1970s, Ring of Fury is Singapore’s first and only martial arts film featuring local Kyokushin karate master, Peter Chong. Banned from release in Singapore for over 30 years, the film was restored by the AFA using the surviving 35mm release print in 2017.

Living Legacies: One for the Road

This year’s edition of Living Legacies: One for the Road invites audiences to join three artists on their explorations of Singapore’s public transport heritage. Come along for a series of digital and in-person art experiences that highlight Singapore’s buses and trains!

Racing Through Time

What does inline skating and the National Stadium with national identity? Ping Siang, from the NTU History Programme and a national sportsman himself, takes you along the track in this photoessay on sport and skating.

Resources on our Public Transportation History

Explore our nation’s public transportation history via these available resources provided by our friends at the National Library Board. Trace the development of our public transportation network, important places to note and key milestones!