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About 100 bus stop panels will have historical information on the places around them.

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Visit the Danish Seamen's Church to learn how the Danish community grew in Singapore.

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Makan Dreaming is a musical whirlwind on Singapore's hawker culture.

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Tour Alexandra Hospital to learn about its history.

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Kampong Gelam Food Trail brings visitors to notable makan places in the area.

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Kacang Botol, an ingredient that has been used for many decades in cooking.

Singapore, Our Neighbourhood

Heritage comes to life in a festival that looks at history with new eyes
Mar 22, 2019 5:50 AM

ARE TEXTBOOKS AND MUSEUMS the only outlets to learn about Singapore’s past? Not so, say the organisers of this year’s Singapore Heritage Festival (SHF). Even your neighbourhood wet market is a rich source of information about Singapore’s heritage.

SHF returns for the 16th time from now

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