Visit the Malay Village of Singapore, which showcases the rich cultural heritage of the Malays and relives life in a Malay kampung in the 50's and 60's. Stop at Changi Chapel and visit the museum, here you will be able to see the history of World War II.
- Explore Changi Village located on the east coast of Singapore, rich with Malay cultural heritage
- Walk through Changi Museum and Chapel, dedicated to Singapore's history during the second World War
- Uncover the collection of paintings, photographs and personal artefacts donated by former POWs
- English speaking guide
- Hotel pickup and drop off from Singapore
Visit a Malay Ethnic Area of Singapore, listen as your english speaking guide recounts stories of collective spirit that rose through the darkest times of World War II as you continue your journey to visit the Changi Chapel and Museum.
Drive through the rustic and laid-back Changi Village which gives you a chance to see the relaxing side of Singapore and provides a contrast to your final stop at Tampines New Town, a typical heartland township of present day Singapore.
Reviewed by Olivia C, April 2013
Great guide! Very informative tour and a great way to see areas of Singapore outside of the city, learn about some of the history of Singapore and how Sigaporeans live in the suburbs.
Reviewed by Mrs Louise C, March 2013
Wonderful tour we had on 16 March 2013. Our tour guide was just wonderful and very funny, she is an asset to your company. Perfect tour just to get enough knowledge of the area. Only down part was Viator didn't reply to my two email enquiries with questions after I booked the tour. I ended up asking the question on the facebook page and finally had a reply that way.