Guided Tours

Be amazed by the rich pre and post war history of Alexandra. Personal tales help shed light on its hidden stories and old sites.
Be fascinated by the stories of early communities that settled by the Kallang River and learn about the iconic figures behind the area’s rich history.
Be captivated by Queenstown’s icons,and discover the stories behind Singapore’s first satellite town.
Be intrigued by the area’s forgotten past and learn about how it evolved from a rubber plantation and military town to the dining hub it is today.
Be whisked away to the colonial past through an exploration of the city’s little known sites.
Discover the captivating transformation of Pek Kio that evolved from plantations into an enchanting “Little England,” where century-old churches, temples, and mosques coexist.
Let’s celebrate the people, places and practices that make Queenstown special!
Be enchanted by the hilly neighbourhood and hear from the estate’s longtime stallholders and residents.
Be enthralled by the iconic landmarks of River Valley bearing the stories of early immigrants that settled in the area.
Be awed by the rich history of Sentosa as an important British defence outpost to a world-class leisure destination. Learn about its social legacies and its vibrant nature.
Be mesmerised by one of Singapore’s oldest neighbourhoods and hear firsthand about the sites and memories residents hold dear.
Be fascinated by stories of early immigrants who first stepped ashore and discover key landmarks of Singapore’s path to nation building.
Be spellbound by narratives of Singapore’s old port city and uncover the stories of the area’s religious sites and hidden graves.
Be charmed by Singapore’s sole conservation housing estate. Discover its history through its beautiful architecture, culture, food and people.
Embark on an intimate journey of sacred spots in Pulau Ubin and discover the heartfelt stories of change and community on the island.
Listen to captivating stories that reveal St. John’s Island remarkable transformation over the years from a colonial quarantine centre to a tranquil retreat today.