Primary Education Programmes
Singapore – Then & Now (Outdoor Trail)
Part 1: Pre-Trail Briefing [15 Mins]
A briefing will be conducted for students at a pre-arranged location prior to the start of the trail.
Part 2: Highlights of the Outdoor Trail [2 Hrs 30 Mins, Inclusive of Travelling Time between Sites]
Go on a journey to explore the paths tread by our forefathers and discover how some of the occupations held by them in the past contributed to the progress and development of Singapore. Uncover the secrets behind conserved buildings and development of their architecture that have stood the test of time and learn about their uses today.
Choice of Venues:
(Please Choose 2)
|1. Chinatown (Kretar Ayer)||2. Kampong Glam||3. Little India||4. Boat Quay|
|- Buddha Tooth Relic Temple
- Shophouses of Chinatown
- Samsui Women Sculpture
|- Malay Heritage Centre
- Muscat Street (Omani-style granite Arches)
- Sultan Mosque
- Little India Arcade
- Former Tekka Market
- Former House of Tan Teng Niah
- Former Fullerton Hotel
- Sculptures along Boat Quay
- Sir Stamford Raffles Statue (The Landing Point)
1. Develop an understanding of what life was like in the past and the role of the early settlers in shaping the Singapore of today
2. Appreciate the development of Singapore, from the arrival of our forefathers till the present day
4 Hrs (Including travelling time)
| Recommended Level
||Primary 1 - Primary 6
No. Of Participants
||Min. 1 bus / Max. 7 buses
(Max. 40 pax per bus)
For enquiries and/or booking of educational programmes, please contact:
North & West Zones
Ariel Ong (Ms), Asst. Account Manager
Tel: (65) 9362 9675
South & East Zones
Rick Lee (Mr), Asst. Account Manager
Tel: (65) 9693 4955
Or email us at [email protected], our Education programme specialist will contact you shortly.
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