27 Jul (Sun): Homes, Hills and Habitats: A Morning at St John’s, Lazarus and Seringat

Visit three islands-in-one in this special tour that focuses on the social and natural histories of three southern islands. At St John’s Island, where time seems to have stood still, former quarantine quarters and school buildings are a reminder of the island’s past.
Take a peek at the research and facilities of the Tropical Marine Science Institute on the hilltop, where you can also visit touch-pools of local marine life. Then head to Lazarus and Seringat Islands to explore a lush coastal landscape and a ‘secret’ swimming cove.

In Partnership with: Yumei and Marcus
Tour Guide: Subaraj Rajathurai and Marcus Ng

Free. Registration is on a first-come-first-serve basis and each tour is limited to 30 participants. Online registration available from 1 Jul.

Only open to public above 16 years old
  • Dress comfortably for outdoor (hat, sunblock, sunglasses, comfortable clothes and shoes for extensive walking)
  • Participants are advised to take their own medication for seasickness and related ailments.
  • Participants should bring with them insect repellant.
  • Please note that the trail involves extensive walking, only suitable for those who are physically fit.

Programme
Meet at National Museum of Singapore at 8 am
Depart from Marina South Pier at 8.45 am, arrive St John’s at 9.20 am
Depart St John’s 12 noon, reach Marina South Pier 12.30 pm

Meeting point: National Museum of Singapore
Time: 8am - 12.30pm
Website and contact: http://www.heritagefest.org.sg/

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