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Nas Tours

Singapore, Singapore
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On this tour, we will show you how this country made all races and religions live in peace together. We will visit ethnic quarters and connect with people of different races and faiths and it’s what makes Singapore unique and unforgettable.
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ZhengHui wrote a review Jan 2020
Singapore, Singapore9 contributions12 helpful votes
The tour is interesting and takes you off the beaten track, even myself as a Singaporean haven’t been to some of the places included in the tour. Guide Jan is amazing and very detailed.
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Ong L wrote a review Jan 2020
Singapore, Singapore2 contributions
This tour has allowed me to further understand the racial and religious harmony in this amazing small country. We learn to not just cope but live and respect each other race and culture. Many things to learn even for the locals, from differences between south and north temples to etiquette and practices for mosque and church. Thank you YAP for this wonderful tour with every second enjoyed and none are wasted.
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Denna S wrote a review Jan 2020
Singapore, Singapore8 contributions12 helpful votes
This tour will give you a good introduction about the various religion in Singapore. Love how the whole group managed to interact with the staff / volunteer working at the various places of worship (I.e Masjid Sultan and Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple). The volunteer/ staff was very nice to set aside few mins of their time to answer to our various question. We ended the tour at Harmony In Diversity and it was the perfect place! It was air-conditioned and the location is near to the City area. There was interactive touch screen kiosk and video for us to watch. Overall, Yap did a superb job in introducing about each places of worship! Highly recommended!!!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Jeff Tan wrote a review Jan 2020
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This tour opened up my mind and my understanding of how different race and religion could live harmoniously together is such a small country. Being a Singaporean, I do often miss out on the small elements that made this happen (some will say that I took it for granted). The guide is very passionate and he shared and show us the various places of worship of different religions as we travelled to different parts of Singapore. I am most impressed when we visited the Sikh Temple, Khalsa Dharmak Sabha at 18 Niven Road, where we learnt about their religion and practices. The tour ends at Harmony in Diversity Gallery where we see and learn about the efforts of Inter-Religious Organisation Singapore in ensuring all religions are able to practice within Singapore harmoniously! A highly recommended tour to join!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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KayaOtah wrote a review Jan 2020
Singapore, Singapore348 contributions84 helpful votes
By far the most comprehensive tour I've been in Singapore about Race and Religion. The tour started by talking about different living areas and how did Singapore achieve co-existence. Then proceed to introduce some of the religions in Singapore. Finally concluded at a hidden gallery that showcase and concluded the tour perfectly. Do come for the tour with an open mind to see how to integrate faith into the society, and live together without segregation. As tour guests are in mixed ethnicity and religion, we also had a fruitful time engaging in thought-provoking conversation; not so much on our faith, but rather about understanding one anothers' faith and how to respect the culture. Time passes rather fast that you felt that you had just been in a crash course on the topic. Super interesting!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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