Take a long weekend trip down south with your little ones for a fun and fascinating insight into just how much this modern city has changed over time.
Recently revived by an onslaught of trendy outlets and plush high-rises, Singapore's oldest neighbourhood's nostalgic charm and old-world allure still linger on through the art deco pre-war shop houses, time-honoured eateries and lush pockets of nature that beg an afternoon of exploration with the family.
For a truly immersive trip back to the Singapore of yesteryear, the city’s oldest museum warrants a visit with your loved ones. Inside its elegant neo-classical structure lies a compelling narrative that will take you on an intriguing journey from the past to the present through interactive exhibits and culturally-important artefacts.
Once the Headquarters of the British Army Barracks, Fort Canning Park is an iconic hilltop landmark that has survived to tell many tales. Now not just a venue for international concerts and theatre productions, its foothills play host to various restaurants and a gallery that make for a relaxing evening stroll.