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Singapore HeritageFest 2022 is kicking off with a bang

The 19th edition of the Singapore HeritageFest (SHF) returns over four weekends from May 2-29, 2022.

Presented by the National Heritage Board (NHB), SHF 2022 will offer more than 120 on-site and online heritage experiences that beckon Singaporeans from all walks of life to explore the lesser-known stories of our local heritage and culture.

Here is the list of first week highlights:

Singapore's natural heritage
Singapore's natural heritage. Photo courtesy: NHB, Singapore

Singapore's Natural History in 3 plants

Explore the local history of three crash crops (coffee, pineapple and coconut) through a garden tour at Fort Canning and workshop at the National Museum of Singapore.

MasterCraft: Conversations and Woodworking workshops with Roger & Sons

Partake in conversation about the Local Tree project and woodworking workshops, creating your own pair of wooden chopsticks and pencils.

Morning with a Veteran Frame Maker

Uncover how a photo frame is built through a live demonstration with an expert frame maker - come, try your hand at it.

A ride through our culture precincts

Have a taste of transport in the past by hopping on a trishaw ride through Chinatown, Kampong Gelam and Little India.

Homeground
Homeground. Photo courtesy: NHB,Singapore

Homeground

Travel through this Keretapi Tanah Melayu (KTM) train-inspired installation which explores the festival's two themes.

Home Museum: Collections of travel and natural heritage
Home Museum: Collections of travel and natural heritage. Photo courtesy: NHB, Singapore

Home Museum: Collections of travel and natural heritage

Join three collectors as they showcase their collections of Singapore Airlines collectibles, animal carcasses and a home garden.

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