Marina Bay Walking Tour

Description of Programme

This Marina Bay Walking Tour is a walk through the history of Singapore, from its earliest days as a trading port around the Singapore River, through to the arrival of the British and the rise to be the Empire’s most important strategic point in the Far East. The war years and the Japanese atrocities are recalled as well as its meteoric rise post-independence to become a shining beacon in many areas of endeavour – port services, banking, finance, tourism, arts and heritage, industry, leisure and entertainment. Itinerary – Merlion Park, Clifford Pier, One Fullerton, Merlion Park, Esplanade, The Float at MB, YOG Park, Helix Bridge, ArtScience Museum, MBS Expo and Convention Centre Specific Learning Points • Singapore’s early history, British colonial times, Post-independence challenges and growth • Maritime Singapore, the growth and importance of tourism, MICE • Uniqueness of the Marina Bay as a city based reservoir – our journey to water independence • Contribution of the Arts to modern Singapore • Forward looking and taking our place in the world

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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