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Treasures From Our Forests

21 May • 10:30am

What is in a forest? Drawing on Forest School Singapore, the global earth education movement and indigenous knowledge, Diana Rahim, Darren Quek and Angela Ferguson explore the ways in which we can rekindle our connection with our natural heritage.

UNESCO Hawker Food Tour: “Boiled and Braised” in Singapore

14, 21 May • 10:00am

Get into the bellies of the Chinese in Singapore and explore our world of hawker cuisine.

Flavour of Kampong Gelam with Khir Johari

21 May • 09:00am • Kampong Gelam

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.

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 Heritage: Are We Doing Enough to Safeguard Its Future?

20 May • 07:00pm

Despite unabated urbanisation throughout Singapore’s history, our biodiversity remains surprisingly resilient. Join our panellists as we discuss how our natural heritage is crucial to our survival as a nation, and how we can all play a part to safeguard it.

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.

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.

Our Heritage Stories: History of Wildlife Parks in Singapore

15 May • 11:00am

Few people are aware that the island’s first public zoo was set up in 1875. Join librarian Lim Tin Seng as he shares about history of wildlife parks in Singapore.

Rose Romance

13 May • 09:00am • Gardens by the Bay

After a well-received run in 2019, roses make a return to Flower Dome in a fragrant show redolent of summer that will showcase the magic and romance of one of the oldest and most iconic flowers of all time.

Open Business @ Bee Amazed Garden

12 May • 07:00pm

Open Business are two videos about the Singapore Business owners inspirations and journeys in the area of Tourism Heritage and Nature Heritage. Meet Abba’s Department Store at Smith Street, Chinatown since 1979 and Bee Amazed Garden since 2017.