uncover singapore’s colonial past in an exclusive walking tour

Discover Singapore’s era as a British colony from the early years of its founding when Sir Stamford Raffles first stepped ashore in 1819. Establishing the island as a free port to further British influence in the region, he laid the foundations of modern day Singapore.

 

In governance, religion, entertainment and many other spheres, the imprint of Singapore’s colonial past is indelible and throughout this walking tour, guests witness firsthand how Singapore’s past has led to its present including learning about Singapore’s national flower, the Sarkies brothers, The Straits Times and that wonderful drink called ‘the Singapore Sling’.

 

Tour Highlights:

  • St Andrew’s Cathedral
  • Coleman Street
  • CHIJMES
  • Armenian Church
  • Raffles Hotel
  • Supreme Court
  • National Gallery Singapore (outside)

The 2.5 hour-long tour is available every Monday from 09:30 – 12:00.