Eurasian Heritage Tour

Where are the Eurasian enclaves in Singapore and what are their stories? Ever wondered what Katong was like 30 years ago? Do you know how Chapel Road got its name?

Come join us for a scenic 1.5 hour Eurasian Heritage walking tour around the historic Eurasian enclave of Katong and let guides Martha Fernandez and Maureen Westerhout regale you with Eurasian tales that have stood the test of time. The tour will end at the Eurasian Association on Ceylon Road, with a tour of the War Museum and insights of the Eurasian experience during World War II.

If you are interested to try Eurasian cuisine, grab a meal at Quentin's: The Eurasian Restaurant after the tour!
NOTE: Participants are expected to pay for their own dinner.

Oops, we've run out of tickets! If you'd really like to attend and would like to be placed on a waitlist in case anybody cancels their ticket, email us at kodrah@kristang.com.

Tour details

  • You can choose to join the Tour that starts at EITHER 6:15 pm OR 6:30 pm. On-the-day registration begins 15 minutes before the start of the tour.
  • Please register on Peatix only if you are sure you'll be able to make it.

Things to note

  • This walking tour will proceed rain or shine, so please bring an umbrella, wear comfortable shoes, and stay hydrated by bringing a bottle of water

Meeting point

Outside Garden Home Crystal Palace shop, at the junction of Still Road South and East Coast Road. Diagonally opposite from Esso petrol station.


The Eurasian Heritage Tour is part of a series of events that lead up to the first Kristang Language Festival on 20–21 May 2017 at the Asian Civilisations Museum. Find out more at festa.kristang.com!

  • The event description was updated. Diff#231356 2017-03-08 12:32:35
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Fri May 19, 2017
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM SGT
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Katong Area
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Venue Address
274 East Coast Road, Singapore 428942 Singapore
Meeting point is at junction of Still Road South and East Coast Road; Diagonally opposite Esso petrol station.
Kristang Language Festival ('Festa di Papia Kristang')