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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.

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.

Lower Khatib Bongsu Trail

14 - 15, 28 May • 07:15am • Khatib Bongsu

Khatib Bongsu is one of our largest mangrove riverine in mainland Singapore. Let's explore its natural heritage using kayaks.

Makanan Kami, Cerita Kami (Our Food, Our Story)

15, 22 May • 07:00pm • The Black Sampan (New Bridge Road)

Hosted by Firdaus Sani, the founder of Orang Laut SG and Orang Pulau/Laut descendant, this intimate session is an introduction to the rich cuisine and lesser-known stories of the ex-islanders who used to live on Pulau Semakau.

Telok Ayer Historic District - Refreshed

13, 20, 27 May • 09:30am • Telok Ayer

At Telok Ayer historic district, the guide will engage you with stories of entrepreneurs and their contributions. Conservation shophouses house innovative culinary offerings juxtaposed by modern “green” buildings. Tour consists of a 1.5 hour walk at a leisurely pace on mostly shaded paths. Sample tasty treats at Lau Pa Sat Festival Market.

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.

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.

MasterCraft: Conversations and Woodworking Workshops with Roger&Sons

7 May • 10:00am • King George's Avenue

7 May • 11:30am • King George's Avenue

7 May • 02:00pm • King George's Avenue

7 May • 03:30pm • King George's Avenue

Join us for a fun-filled afternoon of conversations about The Local Tree Project and woodworking workshops! Sharing the process behind the craft of turning local wood into products and furniture in Singapore, you will also produce your very own pair of wooden chopsticks and pencils through our workshop experience!

MasterCraft: Ketupat Weaving with Anita Tompang

21 - 22, 29 May • 11:00am • National Museum of Singapore

Celebrate Hari Raya with us and learn the intricate skill of ketupat weaving from our practitioner!

Blue Pea Wonder Workshop

21 May • 01:30pm

22 May • 10:30am

Inspired by the exquisite blue pea flowers, this 2.5-hour culinary and craft workshop in Pasir Ris is centered on appreciating the butterfly pea plant, or Clitoria ternatea, that is native to Asia and known for its healing properties.

Helmed by artist Carlyn Law and educator Janna Hussain - two neighbours who bonded over the blue pea, this unique workshop will take participants back to the days of the kampong where they can harvest a variety of blue pea flowers, lemongrass and pandan leaf from the home garden to the kitchen table.