Everyone loves the old world charm of Tiong Bahru - CNN Travel thinks it is ‘Singapore's hippest 'hood’ and Travel and Leisure Magazine deems it as ‘Singapore’s most charming neighborhood’.
Come on this walk with our guide Charlotte to learn why this area was once called the 'Hollywood of Singapore'. Visit one of the oldest temples in Singapore and learn about the man who donated the land for it. Hear about the fascinating hobby of ‘Bird Singing’ and stop by the location ‘new’ and ‘old’ bird singing corners. Tea will be at the famous Tiong Bahru Market where we can sample some delicious hawker food. Towards the end of the walk, visit the Monkey God’s Shrine and hear stories of how he became a Deity.
Disposables will be provided for the food tastings but if you rather not use them, please feel free to bring your own plates and cutlery. Don´t forget your camera and your umbrella!
Date and time: 5 December 2020 from 4 - 7pm
Meeting point: Outside the Holiday Inn Hotel entrance (at the junction of Havelock and Outram Road).
Tour language: English
Member price: 35$
Non-member price: 49$
Please take note of the following requirements from the Singapore government: