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Stories of Travel & Tourism: Articles & Resources by National Library Board

Explore our rich travel and tourism heritage via resources provided by the National Library Board.

ACM Travel Essentials Kit

6 May • 10:00am

Equip yourself with an ACM Travel Essentials Kit and discover more of the natural world! Be one of the first few to complete The Wild & Wonderful: Adventure Trail Booklet for Families to claim your very own kit.

Discovering Little Indias of Singapore (Talk)

7 May • 02:30pm • Indian Heritage Centre

Guest speaker Lakshmanan Subbiah will share about the Little Indias of Singapore both past and present.

IHC Mementos (SHF edition)

2 May • 10:00am • Indian Heritage Centre

Visitors to IHC will be able to pick-up and bring back limited-edition complimentary mementos.

Fun with Chinese Activity Kit: Xiao Qing & Transportation

2 May • 10:00am • Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall

A bilingual activity kit for parents to engage their little ones at home to learn more about the different modes of transportation in the past.

Morning with a Veteran Frame Maker

8 May • 10:00am • Nagore Dargah Indian Muslim Heritage Centre

Mr Yoosuf, who has been showcased in the Singapore HeritageFest (SHF) 2022 video, will be sharing his story in person at NDIMHC. He will also be conducting a live demonstration on how to build a frame for the typical poster/ A4 photograph.

Sustainable Fashion and Natural Heritage Dialogue Session

7 May • 04:00pm • NAFA Campus 1

The Sustainable Fashion and Natural Heritage Dialogue Session is an informal sharing led by local fashion professionals and heritage experts. Moderated by an arts student, participants will explore the intersections between local sustainability movements and what we perceive natural heritage to represent.

“The Capitol of Singapore” Film Premiere & Screening

6 May • 07:00pm • Capitol Theatre

7 May • 05:00pm • Capitol Theatre

Directed by French filmmaker Raphaël Millet, “The Capitol of Singapore” documentary chronicles Capitol Theatre’s legacy since its founding in 1930 and its role in Singapore’s cultural, architectural and cinematic history.