Join The Tiger Trail
The Year of the Tiger calls for some stomping of your own tiger feet around the island! The newest walking trail here brings together the World Wide Fund for Nature Singapore (WWF Singapore) and over sixty global and local artists such as Ken Done from Australia and  Kumari Nahappan from Singapore to raise awareness for tiger conservation. Follow the route which takes in 33 life-sized tiger art sculptures, each presenting a unique perspective on how climate change, poaching and deforestation is affecting these beautiful creatures in the wild. Until 9 April.

From left: Ms Yeo Miu Ean, Ms Junie Foo (President of SCWO), Ms Joanna Portilla, and Ms Margaret Thomas (Chair of SWHF) Photo Credit: SCWO

The Future Is Female
Take a peek into the future at The Lives of Women exhibition. This installation series by the Singapore Women’s Hall of Fame (SWHF) is a collaboration with the National Museum of Singapore and looks at key issues and trends affecting women on the red dot today. Ponder over questions about what life might be like for females in 2050 and embark on some visitor participation by posting your wish for women and Singapore on the ‘Our Singapore in 2050’ message board. Until 1 April 2022.

New World’s End



Art & Theatre Collide
New World’s End is a sixty-minute walking tour-slash-theatrical journey told through headphones. The audio-guided art experience curated by Oh! Open House details the evolution of the Jalan Besar area of Singapore through the fictitious lives of Kiran and Rosa in the 60s. From hidden back alleys to an apartment lost in time, immerse yourself in art, culture and local history in a way you’ve never experienced before.