Soak up the rich cultural heritage of the Malays in Singapore on a half-day tour of the East Coast and Changi. See Malay ethnic areas, both old and new, as you tour Changi Museum and Tampines New Town.
What to Expect
Join a knowledgeable guide on this 3.5-hour tour of Singapore’s Malay heritage. Malays have inhabited the area that is now Singapore since the 17th-Century, adding deep cultural value to the region. Listen as your guide recounts stories of the collective spirit that rose during the darkest days of World War 2, and proceed with a visit to Changi Chapel and Museum.
The replica Chapel and Museum were built next to the notorious Changi Prison in 1988, and bear testament to the terrible conditions in Singapore during the war. Explore these dark days through the collection of paintings, photographs, and personal effects donated by former POWs.
You will then drive through the rustic and laid-back Changi Village, where you will discover a more relaxing side to Singapore, providing a notable contrast to Tampines New Town, a typical heartland township of present day Singapore.
- Sightseeing tour
- Hotel pick-up and drop-off