Snaking from the "tourist ghetto" of Khao San Road to one of the best views across the river, this route also stops at some first-class royal temples and a lovely park centered around a sad memorial. We wander through a back neighborhood or two.... More»
Did you know that Malay is Singapore's National Language? Not English or Mandarin! Want to know why? Take a walk around Kampong Glam for some clues.
This walk traces the historical influence of Malays in Chinese-dominated Singapore.
Explore Singapore's old Arab and Malay Quarter through the street art found on its walls, old and new. Follow the art and discover something new about this popular cultural spot. You may not associate Singapore with graffiti and street art, but... More»
In this walking tour, modern buildings shine alongside heritage sites as new and old Singapore come together. We'll cover lots of ground, venturing where the younger generations eat, play and study.
Beyond the monuments in front of your eyes... More»
What do a 'lion-fish,' World War Two and Chinese immigrants have in common? For starters, all three are featured in my Civic District walk. And, all of the above play a role in Singapore's modern history.
If you wish to hear stories about... More»
i Light Singapore – Bicentennial Edition, a special edition of i Light Marina Bay in 2019 is Asia’s leading sustainable light art festival held in Marina Bay, the Civic District, Singapore River and Raffles Terrace at Fort Canning Park. The... More»
Take a walk around Marina Bay with Hossan Leong, the well-known local comedian and Singapore Boy.
You'll hear intimate anecdotes from throughout his career, from his high-school days at the Anglo-Chinese School, to his first one-man stand-up... More»
A walk through Singapore's downtown district that reveals a money secret of one of Asia's tiger economies and highlights the history of Singapore's early traders through to the current 21st century wealth makers.
A walk from the beautifully preserved ethnic area of Chinatown to the modern skyscrapers of Boat Quay, this route traces the history of trade from the time of its founding in 1819 through to the economic and cultural marvel that is modern Singapore.
Visiting the bustling, chaotic Indonesian capital requires some guidance. Join local guide Farid as he navigates you through some of the most visited areas in the city centre. Check out the major highlights of the city and some of the most... More»