The Blair Plain Conservation area is one of our “hidden gems” in Singapore.
Comprising of Everton Park, Spottiswoode Park and Kampong Bahru Road, there is a lot of History and Culture, Chill and Style cramped into a relatively small area.
Join us for a 2.5 hour walk through this eclectic district where we will point out old school eats, gorgeous contemporary art and beautiful hole-in-the-wall cafes. Of course, there are plenty of opportunities to get that perfect Instagram shot as well.
This Small-Bites Tour is Vegetarian-Friendly
One of the tours in the “Tales from our Backyard” series that is targeted at letting Singaporeans rediscover the rich cultural heritage we have on our little island.
Rediscover the important sights and hear forgotten backstories of the Blair Plain Conservation Area
With narrow corridors and maze-y passageways, it is easy to get lost in the charming suburban district of Blair Plain.
Join us for a walk through this tranquil district where we will bring you to:
Our tours will follow all current Safe Distancing Measures (SDM) as prescribed by the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) during the Circuit Breaker (CB) period.
This will include limiting the number of guests allowed on each tour. Guest in one tour group may also have to be further divided into smaller sub groups with sub group size mandated by the current SDM
Singaporean artist, Yip Yew Chong is easily one of the most prolific mural painters in Singapore right now. His art pieces are easily recognizable, and can be found in many of our most recognizable districts.
Join us, as we walk through Chinatown to find some of the secret stories and Easter eggs hidden behind the murals. Have a chance to share a light refreshment with the artist at the end of the walk!
Hear the stories, taste the history. This small-group, small-bites tour will bring you to sample from some of the oldest food stores in Singapore.