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  • Walk of Faith Rochor Canal

    Church of Our Lady of Lourdes

    Walk along the Rochor Canal and trace the beginnings of the Indian two religious buildings were established to cater to the immigrants’ spiritual needs, and how they were designed to inspire worshippers through various art forms.

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  • Heroes of Singapore

    Civilian War Memorial

    Throughout history, people have erected statues and sculptures in honour of men and women of valour, courage and sacrifice. On this trail, learn about some of Singapore’s very own heroes who gave up their lives for causes larger than themselves. Discover the fascinating stories behind each memorial’s design and construction.

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  • Mosques of the Royal Quarters

    Hajjah Fatimah Mosque

    Walk among the colourful shophouses of Kampong Gelam, which was home to Malay royalty, and be awed by the beautifully ornate architectural features of Hajjah Fatimah Mosque and Sultan Mosque. Discover how the designs of the mosques have been influenced by the Islamic faith as well as Singapore’s multicultural make-up.

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  • A Tale of Two Towns Of Government Banks and Communities

    Former Empress Place Building

    Discover the contrasting lives and activities on each side of the river: visit one of the oldest government buildings on the island, two sites that celebrate the entrepreneurial spirit of our pioneers, and a historic temple which was also a community centre for the Teochews in Singapore.

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  • Labours of Love

    Former Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus Chapel and Caldwell House

    Enter the sacred spaces of Singapore’s oldest churches and imagine the school life that once filled the chapel of CHIJ. Learn more about the different communities – the Armenians, British and French – who came to Singapore in search of better lives, not just for themselves but also for others.

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  • Tails of the Survivors

    MacDonald House

    Discover how three buildings are witnesses and survivors of Singapore's tumultuous past as well as Singapore’s development.

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  • The Hokkiens on Telok Ayer Street

    Telok Ayer Chinese Methodist Church

    Uncover the history and culture of the Hokkiens -- the largest and first dialect group that arrived in 19th century Singapore -- through a visit of places of worship, schools and associations along Telok Ayer Street. Gain an insight into prominent personalities that have left their imprints in these monuments!

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  • The Empire Emperor and the Crown

    Yueh Hai Ching Temple

    Uncover Singapore’s links to the Chinese Emperor and the British monarchy through an exploration of Yueh Hai Ching Temple that has one of the most ornate temple roofs in Singapore and the Former Telok Ayer Market (now Lau Pa Sat), an icon for both historical and contemporary travellers to Singapore!

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  • Diaspora Armenian and Jews in Singapore

    Maghain Aboth Synagogue

    This tour through the Armenian Church of St Gregory the Illuminator, the oldest Christian church in Singapore, and the Maghain Aboth Synagogue, the oldest Jewish synagogue in Southeast Asia, provide insights on two communities who thrived through enterprise and hard work.

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  • Minorities in Chinatown

    Sri Mariamman Temple

    Find out how Indian immigrants established their presence right in the heart of Chinatown by building houses of worship that have become landmarks on South Bridge Road.

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