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Eat, Pray, Love@Telok Ayer: A half-day walking tour of Telok Ayer

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Please note that bookings involving the use of SingapoRediscovers Vouchers are non-refundable and non-resellable.

Affectionately known as the little red dot, Singapore is a brilliantly designed juxtaposition of impressive skyscrapers amongst abundant lush greenery. Beyond having the world's best airport and being a shopping paradise, Singapore is a "rojak" of different cultures where people proudly retain their unique heritage and identity while harmoniously living together.

In this collaborative effort by The Volunteer Switchboard and Quotient Travel, reach into the soul of this modern marvel with no natural resources by turning your attention to how its people eat, pray and love. Take an insightful stroll with your very own storyteller to unearth shared aspirations and values of Singaporeans, and immerse in heart-warming acts of integrity, compassion, courage, respect and gratitude that are tucked away in unassuming corners of Singapore.

Eat, Pray, Love in Singapore – 2.5-Hour Private Walking Tour in Telok Ayer
Did you know? Singapore is one of the few countries in the world where you can find a Hindu temple co-existing beside a Chinese temple, often with both their devotees worshipping in each other’s temples – a daily scene that epitomises the harmonious and multi-religious characteristics of Singapore.

The racial and religious harmony that we enjoy today and is so unique to Singapore did not happen by chance. Our forefathers staunchly believe that multiracialism is non-negotiable, there were deliberate efforts made to learn about one another’s race, culture and religion at every opportunity.

Join us as we walk along one of our favourite unofficial “Street of Harmony” and marvel at the beauty of the different places of worship, and the fact that they stand so close to one another. Even we are in awe that the church, temples, mosque and shrine have stood there harmoniously for more than a century! As we walk along, enjoy stories on how the migrants form communities to provide respect and support for one another.

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