LOCAL CULTURAL HERITAGE TRAILS
CHINATOWN AR TRAIL
Throught Chinatown was only for the Chinese? Not in Singapore! Follow our Chinatown Trail and find yourself in an electric melting pots of cultures, where Hindus, Muslim and Chinese have all left an inedible mark on its landscape and food-scape.
The Kampong Glam Trails takes you through one of Singapore's most historic and colourful district where Malay royalty once resided, and where one of the most iconic mosques in Singapore, Masjid Sultan, is situated.
JOO CHIAT AR TRAIL
Steeped in history, Joo Chiat is well-loved by many Singaporeans. Marvel at this bustling neighbourhood's many carefully-conserved colonials bungalows and Peranakan shophouses. Join us on this trail to discover both old and modern Singapore and its dizzying array of fantastic local food.
LITTLE INDIA AR TRAIL
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!
TELOK AYER AR TRAIL
Do you know the shoreline of Singapore once came up to Telok Ayer Street? A Malay fishing community was its first resident. 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.
PULAU UBIN HERITAGE AR TRAIL
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 granites quarries, plantations, and temples for the resident deity.
YIP YEW CHONG STREET ART AR TRAIL
Locomole presents the works of local artist Yip Yew Chong, featuring a selection of his most iconic heritage murals mainly located in Chinatown and Tiong Bahru. These two places are especially dear to his heart - Chinatown was where Yew Chong grew up and Tiong Bahru his childhood playground.
BUGIS AR TRAIL
Arts in the morning, shopping in the afternoon and drinking in the night. Sounds cool? Take the Bugis trail and discover "whatu2019s" up in Singaporeu2019s art enclave and budget shopping scene. Get ready for a loot-filled adventure.