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Free Preview: Dream a little green of Telok Ayer
Dream a little green of Telok Ayer is a walkshop - a workshop that has a walking, hands-on component. We invite participants to step into different dreams of Telok Ayer but stepping into the shoes of immigrants, architects, office workers who have lived, worked, played and prayed in the neighbourhood. From 21st century skyscrapers to some of the oldest buildings in Singapore, there will be secrets to discover and stories to share.
Please read these important notes:
- This is an experimental preview
- Pre-registration is required. Please do not just show up. You can register for yourself and a partner/friend.
- Out of respect for people who are punctual, we do not wait for latecomers.
- The tour is completely free. You will get a $10 cash refund if you show up on time at the tour. $1.30 is to cover the online transaction costs by Peatix/Paypal/Mastercard/Visa. No refunds will be entertained.
- Haze: We will try to stay indoors more, but please exercise your own discretion. You're welcome to wear a mask depending on the air quality.
An intimate, casual and approachable experience:
- Prior understanding of architecture not required
- We start our walk with a friendly group introduction
Walk leader | Walking route:
- This walk is not led an architect, but an enthusiast of architecture.
- The walk takes place outdoors and there is limited shelter between buildings, so be sure to bring an umbrella, sunblock, sunglasses and a hat because you never know when you might need them.
More Frequently Asked Questions:
- Do I need to know art or architecture?
You don't need any background in art or architecture to join. The walk is suitable for anyone interested in learning more about street art, heritage, conservation and how Singapore is evolving.
- What do you mean by an 'interactive' walk?
The walk is designed as a dialogue instead of only the walk leader talking. People who joined past walks gain most when they engage with questions and answers.
- Are the walks aimed at tourists?
Not at all, the walks are designed for the general public, including residents. I hope that even people who live, work or play in the neighbourhood can join the walk and discover something new.
For more information, head over to Archiwalks.com
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