Assuming you have read our travel hand print page, being born and raised in Singapore is indeed a blessing for us. And as proud citizens, this page showcases some of the local sites that tourists and Singaporeans alike can enjoy. More here about us!
Its often said here in this tiny country (which we seem to proudly call the little red dot) that most locals do not really appreciate the heritage sites and attractions that we have. We have often heard fellow countrymen say : “the country’s so small you can cover it in a day or two”. Alright, perhaps WE did not appreciate much about our own country…
So while tourists flock to Sentosa, the Gardens by the Bay, the Singapore Zoo and night safari, Little India/Chinatown/Arab quarters/Kampong Glam etc, many Singaporeans go about their lives without a bother.
We want to bring perspective to these sites.
And we will do so by sharing our own experiences at these sites in Singapore that holds cultural or historical value + sprinkle in a dose of locales where tourists may find interesting.
Our hope is that any reader from outside of Singapore will pick up an appreciation of Singapore’s heritage and multicultural, multi-religious society. Where not just tolerance, but real acceptance of differences in ethnicity, language and orientation can truly take place. Our government reminds us through ‘programmes’, often seen through cynical eyes outside of our island. But let’s not kid ourselves. True tolerance and acceptance is not a given. We have to keep working hard at this.
Each month or so, we will post a new sub page under this genre. Hope anyone reading (countrymen or not) will learn something!
Featured attractions of Singapore
Free attractions of Singapore
Off the beaten track attractions of Singapore