Former Ford Factory

Surviving the Japanese Occupation: War and its Legacies – An Exhibition at Former Ford...

17 Feb 2017 Update - In a statement issued by Minister for Communications and Information Yaacob Ibrahim, Syonan Gallery: War and Its Legacies will be...
Colbar

Five Makan Places Around Singapore That Will Take You Back in Time

With food being such an integral part of Singaporean life, makan places can often connect us back to our past and heritage. Such places...
Gallery

Chinatown Heritage Centre: A Journey Through Time

Like a time portal, Chinatown Heritage Centre takes visitors on a fascinating and immersive journey through the sights and sounds of Chinatown, from the...
Building Panggang

Malay CultureFest: Connect with Tradition

A year ago, the Malay Heritage Centre reopened its doors after extensive renovations. Now, to celebrate the first anniversary of its reopening, the Centre...
Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall

Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall: A Story of Revolution

Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall is a colonial villa found in the Balestier neighbourhood. In the past, this quiet enclave was favoured by...
15 Of The Best Museums In Singapore With Interesting Narratives To Share

15 Of The Best Museums In Singapore With Interesting Narratives To Share

Traditionally, the role of museums has been to collect, preserve and share objects of importance. And, ever since first collection in Singapore was started...
8 Interesting Things You May Not Have Known About Victoria Theatre & Victoria Concert Hall, Singapore

8 Interesting Things You May Not Have Known About Victoria Theatre & Victoria Concert...

Today, we think of the Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall as a fixture of Singapore’s Civic District. Inside its walls, there have been countless...
Shaking It With Shakespeare Philatelic Museum Globe Theatre

Shaking It with Shakespeare at the Philatelic Museum

“Knock, knock! Who’s there…” We’ve all told this joke before, but did you know that it is a quote from Shakespeare? While Shakespeare may be more...
Images of Singapore

Free Entry and Kid’s Activity at Images of Singapore for June Hols

From 18 May to 30 June 2013, children under 12 will enjoy free admission to Sentosa's Images of Singapore. This attraction, located at Sentosa's Imbiah Lookout, traces key...
Audience watching a performance of Studio 6

Visiting Caldecott Broadcast Centre During SHF 2017: What to See and Do

Explore Caldecott Broadcast Centre, which until recently was at the centre of Singapore’s radio and television broadcasting industry, as part of Singapore Heritage Festival...
Sook Ching

SINGAPURA: 700 Years – A Journey Through Singapore’s History

In case you didn’t know, the National Museum of Singapore is closing its doors – ok, well some of its doors. From 3 November 2014,...
Elgin Bridge: The “Bridge” in North and South Bridge Road

Elgin Bridge: The “Bridge” in North and South Bridge Road

If ever there was a historical “Singapore bridge”, the Elgin Bridge would be it. The current white bridge is located at the site of the original...
Rooftop

Touring Building Highlights at National Gallery Singapore

The Building Highlights at National Gallery Singapore allows visitors to learn more about the two historic buildings that make up Singapore's latest art space. Find our...
Battlebox

The Battlebox: Hidden Tunnels Under the Forbidden Hill

Hidden in secret tunnels, deep under a hill, top military commanders convene in what is now known as The Battlebox to deliberate the fate...
Exhibition

The People’s Collection – A Special Exhibition at the National Museum

Remember the Courtesy Campaign of the 1980s, drinking Green Spot or your first visit to Changi Airport as a child? Memorabilia and memories from those...
Tiong Bahru

Tiong Bahru Heritage Trail

For the typical Singaporean, Tiong Bahru evokes images of good food. Tiong Bahru pau, soon kueh, fish balls and bak kut teh all come...