TRY TH­ESE WALK­ING TRAILS

EX­PLORE SIN­GA­PORE’S HID­DEN GEMS ON YOUR OWN TWO FEET!

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Miss Tam Chiak Food Tour

Lo­cal food blog­ger Mau­reen Ow of­fers a three-hour walk­ing food tour through lo­cal neigh­bour­hoods. Learn about lo­cal cus­toms and folk­lore while savour­ing tra­di­tional del­i­ca­cies and vis­it­ing au­then­tic spe­cial­ity stores. www.mis­stam­chiak.com/sg­food­tour

Na­tional Parks

Join one of the nu­mer­ous free tours pro­vided by the Na­tional Parks and learn more about the lo­cal flora and fauna. There are plenty of DIY trails on its web­site to check out, too.

www.tinyurl.com/nparks­gar­den

Thinkscape

If you are look­ing to take away a lit­tle more than just gen­eral knowl­edge on lo­cal cul­ture, Thinkscape is the tour for you. Its trails will in­tro­duce you to in­ter­est­ing spa­ces and peo­ple, and are de­signed to high­light cur­rent is­sues af­fect­ing the na­tion.

www.thinkscape.com.sg

Sin­ga­pore Foot­prints

A group of Nanyang Tech­no­log­i­cal Uni­ver­sity stu­dents take time out ev­ery week­end to con­duct tours around Sin­ga­pore River and through Bugis. While th­ese are catered more for tourists, lo­cals can see Sin­ga­pore from a dif­fer­ent per­spec­tive, too. The tours are free and no sign up is nec­es­sary!

www.sin­ga­pore­foot­prints.com

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