A Weekend of Good in Singapore
Glitzy, straitlaced, business-driven. Multi-cultural, creative, warm-hearted. Two sides of Singapore, one city. Here's how to spend a weekend there, while doing some good.
Explore the unexpected in a red-light district
Explore Geylang's mix of vice, migrant culture, great food, and complex social issues rarely seen by visitors - and support the disadvantaged.
A communal dinner in a modern kampung
Rekindle community spirit with a retired teacher in her home. Learn her best recipes, and connect with your fellow diners.
A pottery workshop with a social mission
Learn pottery from a social enterprise that uses the sensory experience of moulding clay to teach a craft and promote mental wellness.
A pottery class in a historic dragon kiln
Visit one of the last dragon kilns in Singapore, and browse for intricate tableware, or get your hands dirty in a pottery workshop.
A tasty meal that uplifts the underprivileged
A popular brunch spot that combines good food with a chance to do good, you can make a donation as you order your meal.
A cemetery walk of history, art and nature
Take a fascinating walk in Bukit Brown Cemetery, a spot so rich in Chinese immigrant history, it was placed on the World Monument's Watch list in 2014.