Civic Singapore Walking Tour

Description of Programme

The Civic Singapore Walking Tour gives the participants a chance to view many familiar landmarks, buildings and sites to learn about their historic significance to appreciate the journey Singapore has undertaken and the road ahead. The topics discussed include war, religion, colonialism, trade, identity, industry and services and nation building. This eye-opening walk will shed light on the roles of key institutions of modern Singapore like Parliament and Supreme Court. Itinerary – Civilian Memorial, St Andrew’s Cathedral, National Gallery, Padang, Raffles Landing Site, Singapore River, Fullerton Building, Boat Quay, Parliament House, Supreme Court Gallery Specific Learning Points • WW2 and its impact on Singapore, civilian suffering and casualties. Post-war reconstruction and the road to independence. • Singapore’s multi-racial and multi-cultural roots, religious diversity • Trade as the lifeblood of Singapore; industry and services now driving the economy • Meritocracy and incorruptibility – two undergirding traits and the role of various state organs and institutions

Learning Objective / Total Defence Pillars

Social Defence
Psychological Defence


1.5 - 2 hrs

Session Timings

Units can specify their preferred start time from 8am onwards. Latest start time is 3pm

Pricing (per participant)

$32.50 per participant

Terms and Conditions

Minimum 20 participants
Bookings accepted only in multiples of 20 pax
No transportation provided
Start and end points will be near to MRT stations
Please read "Walking Tours Terms and Conditions"

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