Pro Bono Services Office – Singapore River Trail

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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. Since then, many great leaders have played a part in shaping the social, political, economic, and legal landscape of Singapore. Thanks to them, Singapore is now a first-world metropolis with a robust legal system.

Today, The Law Society of Singapore Pro Bono Services Office is still striving for justice and equality for all by providing free legal assistance to those in need. As you explore this trail, read stories about the efforts of all the men and women who have helped to shape Singapore.

  • Take a tour of the Asian Civilisations Museum and uncover the mysteries of ancient Asian cultures.
  • Retrace the footsteps of Singapore’s first leaders at the Old Parliament House.
  • Experience Singaporean nightlife at Clarke Quay.
  • Clarke Quay
  • Elgin Bridge
  • Supreme Court of Singapore
  • Old Supreme Court
  • Old Parliament House
  • Statue of Raffles
  • Asian Civilisations Museum
  • Cavenagh Bridge
  • The Fullerton Hotel
  • Boat Quay
  • Yuen Hai Ching Temple

Recommended Start Time:

Tuesdays - Sunday, 10.30am - 4.30pm
A number of shops are closed on Mondays

Estimated walking distance

Trail Publisher

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