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Singapore Heritage Festival

When:

Fri May 12 2017, 12:00am–11:55pm
Sun May 14 2017, 12:00am–11:55pm

Where: Asian Civilisations Museum, 1 Empress Place, Museum, Singapore

Restrictions: All ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

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Listed by: keith

Enjoy hawker fare by the river? The closing weekend of Singapore Heritage Festival (SHF) celebrates this with a fun-filled weekend of Singaporeans’ favourite hawker dishes, and memories of dining by the river. This weekend festival sparks conversations about the food we love, and explores the relationships that are built around them, which continue to bond generations of Singaporeans. Anchored by a special installation inspired by hawker centres of the past in the vicinity, such as the Empress Place Food Centre, SHF @ Singapore River will also feature hawkers serving some of Singaporeans’ favourite hawker food, alongside exhibitions, outdoor film screenings, and performances. So, come join in the festivities, lepak with us, and relive shared memories of hawker fare by our beloved Singapore River.

- Museum of Eating (exhibition)
Free admission

- I Was Here (outdoor installation)
Free admission

- Somewhere Around Here (outdoor exhibition)
Free admission

- New Empress Place Food Centre
Free admission

Relive the days of savouring hawker food along the river at the New Empress Place Food Centre! Bring your friends and family for a culinary experience by the Singapore River, and sample local fare such as satay at an installation inspired by the Empress Place Food Centre, which used to be in front of the Former Empress Place Building (now the Asian Civilisations Museum).

- Masak Makan Trail
Free (Museum entry fee applies)

Go on a self-guided trail through the galleries at the Asian Civilisations Museum, and find out more about the cultural influences that make up our rich food culture.

- Singapore River Performances
Free admission

The Asian Civilisations Museum presents a series of cultural performers related to, and inspired by, food stories and migratory cultures by the Singapore River.