Interior of Jalan Besar Station, DTL3

The Downtown Line 3 in Numbers – Interesting Facts & Figures

The new Downtown Line 3 will start service on 21 October 2017. This new MRT line starts off in town and stretches across the eastern...
Chinatown Murals: Singapore’s Heritage In Street Art

Chinatown Murals: Heritage In Street Art

Anyone who has walked around Singapore’s Chinatown would have noticed the Chinatown Murals – colourful paintings capturing scenes of yore on the walls of...
With Canberra MRT Station Opening, We Decided To Check Out The Area And The Canberra Playgrounds

With Canberra MRT Station Opening, We Decided To Check Out The Area And The...

With Canberra MRT Station opening on 2 November 2019, we decided to pay a visit to the area and check out the Canberra playgrounds....
Zaffron Kitchen

Katong Goes Little: Explorations in the East

Better known as a haven for Peranakan food and home to the famous Katong Laksa, the Katong neighbourhood also offers cool spots for families...
Chinatown

Six Things to Look Out For At Chinatown CNY Celebrations 2016

The light from more than 2,600 lanterns cast a festive hue over the streets of Chinatown. And, with the hustle and bustle of market...
Thian Hock Keng Mural, Singapore

Thian Hock Keng Mural: An Immigrant’s Story

On the rear wall of a 177-year-old temple is a 40-metre long painting that tells the story of early Hokkien immigrants to Singapore. The...
Plain Vanilla

Tiong Bahru Goes Little: Exploring Tiong Bahru with Kids

The old and the new nestle snugly next to each other in Tiong Bahru. Hip cafes and swanky boutiques lounge easily side-by-side, against the...
Heritage Trail

Queenstown Heritage Trail

Queenstown estate was named in honour of Britain’s monarch in 1953. More than 60 years later, this mature estate continues to reign supreme in...
Main Arch – Hari Raya Light Up 2016

Deepen the Kampung Spirit at Hari Raya Light Up 2016

Experience the kampung spirit first-hand at Geylang Serai with the Hari Raya Light Up 2016. Deepening our Kampung Spirit Officially launched by Prime Minister Lee Hsien...
Chinatown Heritage Centre

Visiting Chinatown With Kids During Lunar New Year: What To See And Do

The Lunar New Year period is a great time to pay a visit to Chinatown with kids. The streets are decked out and there...

Exploring Oasis Terraces: Playgrounds, Hammocks & Spinning Sculptures

Visiting Oasis Terraces at Punggol, it becomes apparent why the new integrated development is known as such. At the centre of the building, overlooking...
Shophouses at Ann Siang Hill

Ann Siang Hill: Telok Ayer’s Sole Surviving Hill

Once upon a time, there were three hills at the Telok Ayer area of Singapore. Known as the Telok Ayer Hills, Ann Siang Hill,...
Industrial art

Early Singapore in Art: A Changed World at the National Museum

Get a glimpse of Singapore’s early years through the eyes of local artists at the latest exhibition at the National Museum of Singapore, A...
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...
Nautical Playgrounds in the Heartlands

Nautical Playgrounds in the Heartlands

For children who love the sea, ships and boats, be sure to check out these fun nautical playgrounds. Get on board these ship-themed playgrounds in the...
Street Procession

Chinatown: Exploring Singapore’s Chinatown with Kids

Singapore’s Chinatown has a long history.Loosely bound by Telok Ayer, Cantonment, Eu Tong Sen and Upper Pickering Streets, the origins of Singapore’s Chinatown can...