Wheelchair Accessible City Trails: Arts and Culture Walking Tour
Taking a walking tour through the city is a great way for both locals and tourists to get to know Singapore.
The Singapore Arts and Culture Walking Tour takes you past some of Singapore’s iconic colonial buildings and cultural spaces.
Check out these other wheelchair friendly nature trails in Singapore too:
- Migratory Bird Trail
- Sungei Buloh Coastal Trail
- Kranji and Sungei Buloh Loop
- Sungei Buloh Forest Trail
- Bedok Reservoir Loop
- Sembawang Hot Spring
Singapore Arts and Culture Walking Tour
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Located in the city, this walking trail is a beginner-friendly and wheelchair-accessible route through Singapore’s Civic District. Get acquainted with the sights and sounds of Singapore’s city centre on foot!
From start to end, the trail is about 2.9km in length with an elevation of 73m. On average, it takes about 43 minutes to complete.
This trail is free to embark on all year round.
This point-to-point trail begins at the National Museum of Singapore and takes you through Singapore’s Civic District. See local landmarks like the Esplanade, Singapore River and the Fullerton Hotel before ending your stroll at the UOB Plaza.
Alight at one of these bus stops and walk to the National Museum:
The National Museum is walking distance from both Dhoby Ghaut MRT station and Bencoolen MRT station.
For more information
- Trail length: 2.9km
- Elevation: 70m
- Average time to complete: 43 minutes
At Medical Assistance4u
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