Culture & History school trips to Singapore

Where East meets West. Singapore is a melange of Malay, South Asian, Southeast Asian and Eurasian culture and influences. Student’s will get a glimpse into Singapore’s culture & history as we stride through historical sites to discover more about the country’s colourful culture and fascinating traditions.

Singapore Culture & History Highlights 

Kampong Glam

Kampong Glam where students will understand more about the Malay culture along with a visit to the magnificent Sultan Mosque and the Malay Heritage centre.

Little India

Little India, a haven of Indian culture and ethnicity that embodies the vibrant and colourful pulse of the Indian community in Singapore.


Discover the rich heritage of Chinatown through insightful stories and attractions such as the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple.

Asian Civilizations Museum

Asian Civilizations Museum is dedicated to exploring Asia’s rich artistic heritage, and the ancestral cultures of Singaporeans.

National Museum

With a history dating back to its inception in 1887, the National Museum of Singapore is the nation’s oldest museum.

Peranakan Museum

A comprehensive collection of artefacts, representing a unique cultural tradition – fusing ethnic Chinese, Malay and Indian elements, indigenous to Singapore and Southeast Asia.

Bumboat River Cruise

The Singapore River is like a witness to its history. On both sides of the river, you will see the colonial buildings, traditional Chinese shops, modern skyscrapers, each of them would tell you an exciting story of Singapore.


A World War II underground bunker command centre. It was used by the Allied force as a communication centre in the war against the Japanese in the Malaya campaign in 1942.

Changi Chapel & Museum

Changi Chapel and Museum tells the story of the prisoners of war and civilians interned in Changi prison camp during the Japanese occupation of World War 2.

Pulau Ubin Cooking Class

Pulau Ubin Kampong Cooking Escapade is held in a 100-year old Malay Kampong (village) House on Pulau Ubin, a small island situated in the north east of Singapore.

Palate Sensations Culinary Cooking School

Bring your students to Palate Sensations for a unique experience to awaken all their senses and enjoy togetherness to produce an authentic Singapore cuisine.

Traditonal Tea Appreciation Workshop

Discover the Singapore Chinese culture, art, and history of tea with this fascinating tea appreciation workshop.

Singapore Sample Programs

Singapore Culture & History Program

Singapore Art & Design Program

Singapore Food Tech Program

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