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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.

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.

Hospitality and Tourism — Then, Now, and The Future!

22 May • 09:30am

As the hotel industry recovers from the effect of the pandemic, we look back at the early days of Singapore tourism when the Singapore Tourism Promotion Board (STPB) was setup to enhance the attractiveness of Singapore as a tourist destination.

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!

Let's Mix it Up!

21 May • 03:00pm • National Museum of Singapore

Featuring spices and plants from the region and the museum’s collection of natural history drawings, learn how to concoct delicious and exciting mocktails that could transport you to our neighbouring countries!

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.

For Gold, Glory and God

7, 14, 21 May • 11:00am • Eurasian Heritage Gallery

In this guided tour of the Eurasian Heritage Gallery, discover the travels of early European immigrants, their contributions to the spice trade in Singapore, and the intermarriages that led to the birth of the Eurasian community as we know it today. End your day on a sweet note with teatime at Quentin’s Eurasian Restaurant, where you’ll be served a slice of traditional sugee cake – a nutty cake made from semolina and almonds and topped with marzipan or icing.