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Palm Sunday Trail with Ziv Gutmacher

  • 6 places
  • 4 km
  • 2 hours

This trail allows you to go back into history to retrace the Last Path of Jesus, starting from Mount of Olives where He foresaw the destruction of Jerusalem, to His challenging of the temple practice of selling on the premises, His Betrayal at the Garden of Gethsemane; His Trial under Pilate, until his Crucifixion at Golgotha and Burial at the Garden Tomb.

Speak-Easy Bar Hunt Kuala Lumpur Outskirts

  • 5 places
  • 30 km
  • 4 hours

Discover the unique bars outside of KL City, following the theme of ‘Speakeasy’, get ready to have an adventure of fun bar hunting, and be amazed of all the wonderful hidden social getaways tucked in areas where only a local will know of. From bars which is hidden in alley ways to bars behind locker cabinets, each bar offers its own unique taste and culture which you will get to experience first-hand.

Speak-Easy Bar Hunt Kuala Lumpur City Centre

  • 5 places
  • 4 km
  • 4 hours

The rise of speakeasy bars in the heart of KL have been blooming all over the city, with its 1920’s Speakeasy feels, discreet locations, makes the speakeasy bars a must visit. Embark on an “Amazing Race” journey by hunting down the bar’s secret entrance and solving the mystery to entering the bar will leave you with a rewarding bar hoping experience! Learn the many different speak easy culture and the inspiration behind each of these bars, at the same get to experience what each bar has to offer in their own unique way.

KL PASS

  • 5 places
  • 3 km
  • 4 hours

Get to experience attractions at the heart of Kuala Lumpur and all its glory by visiting the world’s tallest twin towers - Petronas Twin Tower, followed by shopping at the renowned Suria KLCC. By using the KL Pass, enjoy the additional benefits of visiting the Aquaria KLCC as well as getting to the top of KL Tower and enjoy the scenic view of Kuala Lumpur. Also get in touch with nature in the middle of the concrete jungle of Kuala Lumpur at KL Eco Forest Park and much more!

Historic Heart of Kuala Lumpur

  • 6 places
  • 2 km
  • 4 hours

Immerse yourself with the rich history of Kuala Lumpur, at the same time explore the various cultures and experiences it has to offer. From the oldest mosque in Kuala Lumpur (Masjid Jamek) to iconic land marks such as Dataran Merdeka where Malaysia’s history was made. Get a taste of Malaysian diverse culture through its Arts and Craft center in Central Market and get your food cravings satisfied by various food stops along the way.

Malaysia’s Little India

  • 6 places
  • 2 km
  • 4 hours

Explore an old-world KL neighborhood that, despite its obvious Indian character, is also home to a lively multiracial community of diverse faiths. From visiting magnificent temples, shrines, to historical buildings such as the Vivekananda Ashram, get a taste of authentic local Indian cuisines such as the infamous banana leaf which will leave you wanting more.

Royal Klang Town Heritage Walk

  • 11 places
  • 4 km
  • 2 hours

Known as one of the oldest towns in Malaysia, Klang is rich in history, tradition and customs. Experience the many wonders of Klang first hand by exploring colonial government buildings, the royal gallery, the Sultan's Palace, a member exclusive club, places of worship, an old fire-station and a former tin warehouse.

牛车水的旅程 (Chinatown – A Melting Pot of Culture)

  • 7 places
  • 1 km
  • 3 hours

是否觉得唐人街只是华人去的地方?新加坡不一样!当你置身于融汇多元文化的狮城,会发现这里的人文景观和各色美食无不体现出印度教、穆斯林和中华文化的印记。

圣淘沙必玩的游览路线 (Sentosa Must-See Trail)

  • 10 places
  • 13 km
  • 5 hours

“欢乐世界(State of Fun)”充满刺激,来这里度过令人激动的时光!圣淘沙有30多个不同景点,超过100种餐饮选择,一定能让您玩得开心!来到圣淘沙,尽享欢乐时光。

Chinatown – A Melting Pot of Culture

  • 9 places
  • 1 km
  • 3 hours

Thought Chinatown was only for the Chinese? Not in Singapore! Follow our Chinatown trail. Find yourself in an eclectic melting pot of cultures, where Hindus, Muslims and Chinese have all left an indelible mark on its landscape and food-scape. Download this Chinatown trail for free for limited period!

Historic Heart of Kuala Lumpur

  • 6 places
  • 2 km
  • 4 hours

Immerse yourself with the rich history of Kuala Lumpur, at the same time explore the various cultures and experiences it has to offer. From the oldest mosque in Kuala Lumpur (Masjid Jamek) to iconic land marks such as Dataran Merdeka where Malaysia’s history was made. Get a taste of Malaysian diverse culture through its Arts […]

Jalan Besar Trail

  • 15 places
  • 3 km
  • 3 hours

Once a dirt track in the swampy marshlands near Rochor River, Jalan Besar grew into a major road used by many races and industries. Wander down the “Big Road” and uncover its multi-layered heritage!

テロック・アヤ 昔と今

  • 11 places
  • 2 km
  • 3 hours

Telok Ayer Street(テロック・アヤ・ストリート)。実はその昔この辺りは海辺で、元々マレーの漁民が住んでいた。イギリスがシンガポールを植民地として支配するのにあたり、ラッフルズ卿は1822年、都市計画で初めて華人をテロック・アヤに移り住ませた。それ以来、華人の移民コミュニティは、まさにこのストリートを中心にして発展し繁栄してきた。のんびりと食と歴史を楽しみながら、シンガポールに最初に移り住んだ人たちの足跡をたどってみよう。 スタート:タンジョンパガーMRT駅 ゴール:テロック・アヤMRT駅

Geylang Serai Trail

  • 18 places
  • 21 km
  • 6 hours

Geylang Serai is more than a Malay enclave. Explore its rich heritage, architectural gems, strong community bonds and interwoven cultural narratives on this neighbourhood trail.

Leisure Trail @ Punggol

  • 15 places
  • 7 km
  • 4 hours

While the mega malls of Orchard Road and the neoclassical buildings of the Civic District are a must-see for any visitor, a visit to the Heartlands of Singapore offers an interesting respite from the traditional tourist traps. While Punggol is filled with relatively new developments, the rich history behind this one of Singapore’s youngest heartlands will surprise you! Punggol is in fact one of Singapore’s oldest settlements. We’ll share with you interesting snippets on average Singaporean families, and apartment life in Singapore.

Car-Free Sunday Trail

  • 20 places
  • 5 km
  • 3 hours

Join in a fun-filled day of activities with your friends and family at the upcoming Car-Free Sunday SG on 28 January 2018. (Subsequent editions: March, May, July, October and December 2018.) On this Car-Free Sunday Trail, walk, jog, or cycle around the route to experience our city in a whole new way! Join us to explore the Civic District, Central Business District and Telok Ayer Conservation Area. We will flag off at 8am in front of National Gallery steps.

Singapore Museum Trail

  • 25 places
  • 169 km
  • 6 hours

Like museums? Hit all your favourites in one day or take your time and come back again and again! In this list, you’ll find something to suit every interest - including museums about national history, science and innovation, art, war and defence, culture and community, as well as lifestyle and collectables. Note: This trail should be broken up across several days.

Singapore Heritage Food Trail (Hawker Legends)

  • 14 places
  • 31 km
  • 3 hours

Here, you’ll learn about four of Singapore’s most revered cuisines - Indian, Malay, Chinese and Peranakan food. Take a gander throughout Singapore on this yumiliscious food trail!

Must – Eat Food Trail

  • 15 places
  • 36 km
  • 2 hours

We’ve heard it before - Singapore is a food lover’s paradise. But with so much to eat and so little time (and stomach space), what’s the best way to tackle the food scene in Singapore? Get the low-down on the must-eat spots in Singapore in this guide that will suit all budgets! Note: This trail should be broken up across several days, or used as a reference to plan your dining destinations. You can consider grouping the following hotspots together: Hotspots 1-5 (Farrer Park /Lavender) Hotspots 6-8 (City Hall / Bugis) Hotspots 9-11 (Chinatown/Tanjong Pagar) Hotspots 12-14 (Eastern Singapore)

Thrillseeker Adventure Trail

  • 10 places
  • 46 km
  • 3 hours

Tired of the usual movie and karaoke options? Ever wondered what else you could do in little ol’ Singapore? Get your heart-pounding, face-flushing, ear-ringing kicks with this Thrillseeker Adventure Trail!

Singapore Shopping Trail

  • 14 places
  • 0 km
  • 5 hours

Come indulge in one of Singaporeans’ favourite pastimes: shopping. The Singapore Shopping Trail will take you all around Singapore’s best shopping spots, from east to west. Whether you’re into high-end fashion or on-trend budget streetwear, this shopping trail will be a fun experience. Get your wallets and credit cards out. Ready, get set, shop!

Queenstown Trail

  • 12 places
  • 5 km
  • 3 hours

Singapore’s first satellite town, Queenstown, is the home of many “firsts”. Recent redevelopments gave it a new lease on life, injecting freshness into the old. Discover the rich history of this rustic town and explore the remnants of the past before they’re overshadowed by progress.

Singapore Night Trail

  • 13 places
  • 37 km
  • 6 hours

Are you bored of staying at home as night falls? Check out the Night Trail for places in Singapore that come alive after 6pm! Whether you’re looking to drink, hang out, or simply have a memorable time, these hip and happening locations will cover all your needs.

Fort Canning Heritage Trail

  • 10 places
  • 1 km
  • 5 hours

Bukit Timah Lifestyle Trail

  • 12 places
  • 16 km
  • 4 hours

Nature reserves rich in biodiversity, cafes and restaurants serving all sorts of cuisines, lots and lots of shopping - Bukit Timah has all that and more. Embark on the Bukit Timah Lifestyle Trail for a fun, relaxing, and educational day out.

Bedok Heartlands Trail

  • 15 places
  • 19 km
  • 6 hours

One of Singapore’s most densely populated heartland, Bedok is seeped in history. Comprised of Bedok New Town that feature a large number of affordable Housing and Development Board (HDB) estates, Bedok also has many private residences. Come explore Bedok with Locomole, and learn more about one of Singapore’s oldest and richest heartlands. We’ll give you the lowdown on Singaporean snippets and facts that will be bound to surprise you!

Punggol Heartlands Trail

  • 15 places
  • 17 km
  • 4 hours

While the mega malls of Orchard Road and the neoclassical buildings of the Civic District are a must-see for any visitor, a visit to the Heartlands of Singapore offers an interesting respite from the traditional tourist traps. While Punggol is filled with relatively new developments, the rich history behind this one of Singapore’s youngest heartlands will surprise you! Punggol is in fact one of Singapore’s oldest settlements. We’ll share with you interesting snippets on average Singaporean families, and apartment life in Singapore.

Sentosa Must-See Trail

  • 10 places
  • 13 km
  • 5 hours

Gear up for an electrifying time at the State of Fun, where excitement abounds! With over thirty different attractions and more than a hundred dining options, you’re bound to have a wonderful time. After all, at Sentosa, it’s all about fun.

Tanjong Pagar

  • 10 places
  • 3 km
  • 3 hours

Explore this historic neighbourhood, located in the heart of Singapore’s Central Business District. Tanjong Pagar (“cape of stakes”), once a fishing village situated on a former promontory, has evolved into a fashionable and chic district. But traces of its humble past remain - if you will look beneath the surface.

Battle For Bukit Timah

  • 6 places
  • 16 km
  • 3 hours

With 85,000 soldiers, a fleet of tanks, and state-of-the-art gun batteries, Singapore was considered to be an impregnable fortress. Despite all of this, Singapore fell to the Japanese in World War II. The Battlefield trail retraces the footsteps of brave soldiers who defended Singapore during her darkest days. Find out about Singapore’s struggles during World […]

City Horrors

  • 11 places
  • 4 km
  • 3 hours

With 85,000 soldiers, a fleet of tanks, and state-of-the-art gun batteries, Singapore was considered to be an impregnable fortress. Despite all of this, Singapore fell to the Japanese in World War II. The Battlefield trail retraces the footsteps of brave soldiers who defended Singapore during her darkest days. Find out about Singapore's struggles during World War II and the Japanese Occupation.

Changi POWs

  • 5 places
  • 8 km
  • 3 hours

With 85,000 soldiers, a fleet of tanks, and state-of-the-art gun batteries, Singapore was considered to be an impregnable fortress. Despite all of this, Singapore fell to the Japanese in World War II. The Battlefield trail retraces the footsteps of brave soldiers who defended Singapore during her darkest days. Find out about Singapore's struggles during World War II and the Japanese Occupation.

Guns of Labrador

  • 7 places
  • 1 km
  • 3 hours

With 85,000 soldiers, a fleet of tanks, and state-of-the-art gun batteries, Singapore was considered to be an impregnable fortress. Despite all of this, Singapore fell to the Japanese in World War II. The Battlefield trail retraces the footsteps of brave soldiers who defended Singapore during her darkest days. Find out about Singapore's struggles during World War II and the Japanese Occupation.

Battle For Kent Ridge

  • 5 places
  • 1 km
  • 3 hours

With 85,000 soldiers, a fleet of tanks, and state-of-the-art gun batteries, Singapore was considered to be an impregnable fortress. Despite all of this, Singapore fell to the Japanese in World War II. The Battlefield trail retraces the footsteps of brave soldiers who defended Singapore during her darkest days. Find out about Singapore’s struggles during World […]

Beachhead Battle at Kranji

  • 6 places
  • 24 km
  • 3 hours

The Battle of Singapore Trail will take you on a journey around Singapore to retell the key battles of World War II, and examine their impact on soldiers and civilians. With an army of over 100,000 men, a fleet of tanks and state-of-the-art gun batteries and naval warships, Singapore was widely considered to be an “impregnable fortress”. Despite this, Singapore fell to the attack of 60,000 Japanese soldiers in just six days. The fall of Singapore was the largest capitulation in British military history and was described by Winston Churchill as “the greatest disaster in British Arms which our history records”. This trial focuses on the beachhead battles at Kranji, Sarimbun, and Tengah Airfield areas.

Singapore On A Budget

  • 10 places
  • 16 km
  • 6 hours

On a budget? This trail is for you! History, heritage, culture, nature, and art… Discover the many facets of Singapore without breaking the bank.

City Photography Trail

  • 9 places
  • 6 km
  • 4 hours

On this trail, history comes to life. The past overlaps with the present, creating visual stories waiting to be told through your camera. On this trail, you will discover photogenic locations you never knew existed, challenge your creativity while practising a wide variety of photographic techniques, and create beautiful, meaningful photos.

Gardens By The Bay

  • 14 places
  • 2 km
  • 3 hours

Come and take a walk in the clouds! Enter a kingdom where the branches of massive Supertrees caress the sky, where old olive trees are tickled by playful orchid blooms. Tiptoe along misty passages under a giant glass dome, and stick out your hand to catch the spray from a spectacular indoor waterfall. This is Gardens by the Bay, man-made yet untamed. Are you game?

City Tour By MRT

  • 10 places
  • 12 km
  • 3 hours

You can’t be in two places at once. But you can be in 10 places within 3 hours! If you’re the kind of person who likes exploring, but doesn’t like to spend too much time in one place, this is the trail for you. The Singapore MRT trail will take you all over the island, via several different lines.

Botanic Gardens – The Green Oasis

  • 11 places
  • 4 km
  • 3 hours

Singapore’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Botanic Gardens is a lush oasis of greenery in a busy urban city packed with skyscrapers.

Central Civic District

  • 9 places
  • 3 km
  • 3 hours

History doesn’t have to be boring. For an education in the culture and architecture of modern Singapore, embark on the Central Civic District trail. Featuring some of the most intriguing museums you’ll find in Singapore, this trail will teach you more than a thing or two about the birth and progress of Singapore. And you’re guaranteed to have fun while learning too!

Tiong Bahru Heritage Trail

  • 10 places
  • 2 km
  • 3 hours

To most locals, Tiong Bahru is one of the quirkiest, most artistic hoods in Singapore and for good reason. Bursting with personality, this housing estate has a ton of good cafes, trendy boutiques, and other gastronomical gems hidden within art-deco shophouses. Coexisting with these hip new haunts are little pockets of heritage and culture that give Tiong Bahru its unique identity. Carve out some time and explore Singapore like never before!

Lower Civic District

  • 9 places
  • 2 km
  • 3 hours

The north bank of the Singapore River serves as the Civic District which is the heart of Singapore’s colonial past. This trial takes you to historical buildings which housed important government bodies as well as cater to social and cultural needs of the community. Learn also about the brave men and women who served Singapore during the Japanese Occupation and World Wars.

Pulau Ubin Photography Trail

  • 12 places
  • 6 km
  • 3 hours

Take a short bumboat ride to Pulau Ubin, and step foot on an island unspoiled by civilisation and urban development. Sand, sea, and sun - Pulau Ubin has all three. You won’t get these stunning nature views on the mainland. Bring your camera and get ready to take some unforgettable photographs!

Pulau Ubin Nature Trail

  • 10 places
  • 9 km
  • 3 hours

Nature-lovers, how would you like to explore six different types of habitats? If you find Singapore’s perfectly-manicured gardens too boring, then the Pulau Ubin Nature Trail is for you. Take a walk on the wild side and hike your way through the tropical jungle in an offshore nature reserve. Come face to face with rare flora and fauna that you’ll never see anywhere else. This is Singapore, untamed.

Bugis – Arts and Heritage

  • 11 places
  • 3 km
  • 3 hours

Arts in the morning, shopping in the afternoon, and drinking in the night. Sounds cool? Take the Bugis trail and discover what's up in Singapore's arts enclave and budget shopping scene. Get ready for a loot-filled adventure!

Singapore River Trail

  • 10 places
  • 3 km
  • 3 hours

In many ways, the Singapore River is the birthplace of Singapore. It was along this very river that Sir Stamford Raffles first landed, and forever changed the destiny of this sleepy fishing village. Follow the river as it meanders through the heart of the city to discover some of Raffles' legacies that have lasted for almost 200 years. Hear the stories of men and women who shared his vision and helped shape this city state into the first-world multi-cultural metropolis it is today. In the process, uncover the mystery behind some of the animal motifs guarding the entrances of Chinese merchant shops; see the impact of the Indian Chettiars on Singapore's financial sector, and visit the only underground mosque right in the heart of the City!

Telok Ayer – Past and Present

  • 11 places
  • 2 km
  • 3 hours

Did you know the shoreline of Singapore once came up to Telok Ayer Street? A Malay fishing community was its first residents. When the British acquired Singapore, Telok Ayer was the original area allocated to the Chinese community in Raffles' 1822 Town Plan. It was around this very street that the Chinese settlement grew and flourished. Retrace the footsteps of Singapore’s early migrants as you explore this relaxing food and history trail. Start point: Tanjong Pagar MRT End point: Telok Ayer MRT

Pulau Ubin Heritage Trail

  • 9 places
  • 5 km
  • 3 hours

Just a short bumboat ride away from mainland Singapore lies an idyllic island where life is very different. Learn about the rural life of Ubin's early settlers as you explore this place. The Pulau Ubin Heritage Trail will take you into the heart of the island, where you will see rustic kampongs, abandoned granite quarries, plantations, and temples for the resident deity.

Little India Arts & Cultural trail

  • 12 places
  • 4 km
  • 3 hours

One of the first enclaves in Singapore’s history, Little India has been a cultural centre for Indian immigrants since colonial times. Walk a mile in the shoes of the people who have played an integral role in shaping Singapore’s success!

Joo Chiat Walking Trail

  • 13 places
  • 3 km
  • 3 hours

Steeped in history, Joo Chiat is well-loved by many Singaporeans. Marvel at this bustling neighbourhood's many carefully-conserved colonial bungalows and Peranakan shophouses. Join us on this trail to discover both old and modern Singapore and its dizzying array of fantastic local food.

Marina Bay Scenic Trail

  • 14 places
  • 6 km
  • 3 hours

The Marina Bay Scenic Trail encapsulates modern-day Singapore. It is littered with state-of-the-art buildings such as the Esplanade and the ArtScience Museum, and is probably one of the most visually stunning areas in Singapore. Get ready to be amazed by the interesting architecture this trail has to offer, and learn a thing or two about Singapore's arts scene.

Kampong Glam – Walk To The Past

  • 11 places
  • 3 km
  • 3 hours

The Kampong Glam Trail takes you through one of Singapore's most historic and colourful districts where Malay royalty once resided, and where one of the most iconic mosques in Singapore, Masjid Sultan, is situated.