21 Feb '11, 9am

It's time to get up on your feet and explore Singapore with the Preservation of Monuments Board!

Take an expedition back in time and let the streets of the civic district area and the central business district come alive with rich history. These walking tours are specially catered for families (children aged 10 and above) and friends to learn more about our historic buildings and national monuments along the route. Designed and led by our very own adult volunteers, each tour looks at a unique aspect of Singapore and our built heritage.

Full article: http://yesterday.sg/buildings-and-monuments/monumental-wa...

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