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Morning: Multicultural Heritage Walking Tour

Golden Travel Service
From S$80.00

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SingapoRediscovers Vouchers to be applied at checkout page. Please note that bookings involving the use of SingapoRediscovers Vouchers are non-refundable and non-resellable.

Morning: Multicultural Heritage Walking Tour

Half Day Tour with Peranakan Lunch (ADULT)

SGD80.00

SGD80.00

- Please contact the tour operator before you book to check on the availability of prefered date. Booking is non-refundable, non-transferable & no cancellation after purchased.
Tour is available daily from 9am to 1pm except the following dates:
• Dec 2020 – 24, 25, 31
• Jan 2021 – 01
• Feb 2021 – 11, 12, 13, 14
• Apr 2021 – 02
• May 2021 – 01, 13, 26

Please book your tours at least 3 days in advance.
Terms & Conditions

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

- Please use the ticket by 30 June 2021.
- Non-Refundable, Non-transferable & Non-Cancellable
- Min Age restriction: above 3 year old.
- Child aged from 3 to 12 years old.
- Minimum 5 pax to go, merchant reserve the right to reschedule if min pax is not met.

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      Half Day Tour with Peranakan Lunch (CHILD)

      SGD80.00

      SGD80.00

      You may be eligible for a SGD10 subsidy on each child/youth ticket when you use SingapoRediscovers Vouchers.

      - Please contact the tour operator before you book to check on the availability of prefered date. Booking is non-refundable, non-transferable & no cancellation after purchased.
      Tour is available daily from 9am to 1pm except the following dates:
      • Dec 2020 – 24, 25, 31
      • Jan 2021 – 01
      • Feb 2021 – 11, 12, 13, 14
      • Apr 2021 – 02
      • May 2021 – 01, 13, 26

      Please book your tours at least 3 days in advance.
      Terms & Conditions

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

      - Please use the ticket by 30 June 2021.
      - Non-Refundable, Non-transferable & Non-Cancellable
      - Min Age restriction: above 3 year old.
      - Child aged from 3 to 12 years old.
      - Minimum 5 pax to go, merchant reserve the right to reschedule if min pax is not met.

      Inclusion
        How to use

          As a multicultural city with Chinese as the majority race, Singapore has no lack of iconic Chinese temples for devotees or tourists to visit. Yet one temple often off peoples’ radar is the historical Yueh Hai Ching temple, an awardee of the UNESCO Asia-Pacific Heritage award, which comes complete with gold gilding, historic ornamentation and ceramic figurines that depict Chinese classics. The name Amoy is an English transliteration of the Zhangzhou pronunciation of the words 厦门 (pronounced E-mui in Standard Hokkien (Amoy) and Xiamen in Standard Mandarin.)

          The Zhangzhou Hokkien pronunciation was used instead of Standard Xiamen Hokkien because of the overwhelming numbers of Zhangzhou people who left Amoy in China to settle in Singapore through the city's port. Amoy Street is one of the old streets developed during the 1830s defining Chinatown under Stamford Raffles' 1822 Plan. It was listed in George Drumgoole Coleman's 1836 Map of Singapore as ""Amoi Street"", which was probably a reference to the many migrants who came from Amoy. It is located at 140 Telok Ayer Street, in the historic Chinatown area. Built between 1828 and 1830 and originally known as the Shahul Hamid Durgha, the beautiful memorial is dedicated to Shahul Hamid, Saint from India who propagated Islam through his noble work and curing the sick. The memorial was designated a national monument in 1974 and re-opened in May 2011 as the Nagore Dargah Heritage Centre showcasing Indian Muslim culture, diaspora and heritage.

          The Nagore Dargah Indian Muslim Heritage Centre provides a intriguing and educational experience for all, while depicting the rich culture of the Indian Muslims in the region. It is the oldest and most important temple of the Hokkien (Hoklo) people in the country.
          The temple originated as a small joss house first built around 1821–1822 at the waterfront serving the local Hokkien community, where seafarers and immigrants gave their thanks to the sea goddess Mazu for a safe sea passage on their arrival to Singapore. The temple is located on Telok Ayer Street and originally faced the sea; the Telok Ayer Street used to be situated along the coastline before land reclamation work began in the 1880s.
          • The museum compound, Chong Wen Ge, together with Thian Hock Keng temple was awarded UNESCO Asia-Pacific Heritage 2001 Awards for Culture Heritage Conservation. Exhibits over 40 antique musical boxes. Featuring “China”, the musical box from one of the first collaborations between Britain and Singapore.
          • Detailed tours by in-house curators and research workers.
          Built in 1826, Yueh Hai Ching temple, also known as Wak Hai Ching Bio in Teochew dialect, is the oldest Teochew temple in Singapore. Built by early Teochew Chinese immigrants to thank the Goddess of the Sea, Mazu, for their safe passage to Singapore, this Teochew temple has since seen a change in its devotees from sailors to love-seekers.

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