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Cosmopolitan Singapore is a melting pot of cultures, made up of Chinese, Malay, Indian and Eurasian races, with the Chinese comprising the majority of the population. Though each race has its own distinctive culture and religion, its festivals and celebrations are enjoyed by all.

5 Must-See Artworks at National Gallery Singapore

A must-visit for art lovers, the National Gallery Singapore oversees the world’s largest public collection of modern art in Singapore and Southeast Asia. Opened...

5 Reasons To Visit Balestier

Once a sugarcane plantation, the Balestier area is known for its historical landmarks, sweet and savoury eats, as well as lighting shops. The precinct takes...

Discover Orchard Road’s Fascinating History on Heritage Walk

Mention Orchard Road and invariably, shopping comes to mind. But what if we told you that long before the malls and shopping centres dominated...

Walk Through Little India’s Rich History & Culture

One of Singapore’s most colourful ethnic enclaves is Little India. Known as Serangoon before the 1980s, Little India is a vibrant mix of the...

7 Must-Visit Sites On Jubilee Walk Trail

Calling all culture, history and heritage lovers! Learn about Singapore’s journey – from 14th century trading hub and colonial port to independent nation and...

Five Heritage Bridges Over Singapore River

More than just structures across bodies of water, bridges are also engineering marvels as well as witnesses of the ways of life and history...

Must-Visit Cultural Attractions

Learn more about Singapore’s diverse heritage, culture and religion at these heritage centres, museums and places of worships. HERITAGE Chinatown Heritage Centre 48 Pagoda Street Nearest MRT Station:...

Experience Singapore Like A Local

As the saying goes, when in Rome, do as the Romans do. Here are five ways to experience Singapore like a seasoned...

Kampong Glam Walking Tour

Discover Kampong Glam’s rich history and heritage, bustling streets, shops, eateries and key landmarks on this walking trail. Kampong...

Chinatown Walking Tour

Walk around bustling Chinatown and check out Singapore’s oldest Hokkien temple, a captivating 40m-long mural which tells the story of the country’s...

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5 Scenic Parks & PCNs For Cycling, Jogging, Walking, Skating

Singapore’s parks and Park Connector Network (PCN) offer a fun and easy way to explore the many green spaces spread out across the country. The...

3 Highlights Of Star Wars Identities: The Exhibition At ArtScience Museum

Star Wars fans, get set for an exciting intergalactic adventure at Star Wars Identities: The Exhibition at ArtScience Museum from 30 January to 13...

3 Hotels Offering More Than Bed & Breakfast

Looking to engage in some fun activities or even learn some new things during your staycation? Besides a comfy, luxurious room and breakfast, these three...

Lunar New Year Highlights At Universal Studios Singapore & S.E.A. Aquarium

Celebrate a brand new season of good fortune and prosperity at Universal Studios Singapore and S.E.A. Aquarium this Lunar New Year. Usher in the Fun...

5 Homemade Pineapple Tarts To Order For Chinese New Year

No Chinese New Year celebration would be complete without pineapple tarts. These buttery, crumbly sweet treats are must-haves during the festive season not just...

4 Reasons To Visit Jurong Bird Park In January

If you haven’t been to Jurong Bird Park recently, there’s no better time than now for a revisit. Asia’s largest bird park turns 50...