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22 May • 11:15am •
Vote for your favourite tea buffs as they challenge each other to creatively present their own unique blend of Nanyang tea that incorporates local herbs and spices in this digital edition of the Nanyang Tea Challenge!
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.
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.
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.
8 May • 11:00am •
Four veteran guides serving the English-speaking, Japanese-speaking and Chinese-speaking will share their guiding experiences. The audience will hear how the tour itineraries have changed over time due to redevelopment and changing tastes of the visitors.
5 May • 07:00pm •
This photo essay will feature significant animals, plants and places that are signifiers of the natural heritage of Singapore from 250 years ago in the form of visual materials with text to provide context and tie these into the larger natural history of the island.
8 May • 05:00pm •
Join heritage enthusiast Jerome Lim as he traces Singapore aviation journey, share bits of trivia, and make a pit stop at Singapore’s first civil airport, Kallang Airport for a short virtual tour.
7 May • 10:30am •
In this virtual tour, Dr Shawn Lum introduces participants to the interesting origins of the names of some places in Singapore and their link to our natural heritage.
27 May • 07:30pm •
In this virtual tour, Dr Shawn Lum introduces participants to the interesting origins of some of Singapore’s street names and their link to trees!
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