Learn to cook like a nonya, 'joget' like a baba and enjoy hands-on silkscreen activity
Photos: The Peranakan Festival
Singapore’s history is short, yet rich with heritage thanks to the kaleidoscope of cultures which co-exist harmoniously on our Little Red Dot.
If your knowledge of Peranakan culture is little more than delicious nyonya kueh, be sure to check out Singapore's first ever Peranakan Festival in Claymore Connect Mall, happening from now till 17 June.
Participants can enjoy a hands-on experience with a plethora of activities such as rubber stamp carving, high tea shows, cooking classes, kebaya shopping and more.
Plus, be educated on the multi-faceted history of the Straits Chinese community in Singapore via exhibitions and other showcases.
Just in case you don’t know where to begin, here are five events you won’t regret going for:
2. Rubber Stamping: Peranakan Motifs
On 11 Jun at 1pm, create your very own rubber stamps in a step-by-step guided session. Learn the art of translating Peranakan motifs and icons into a stamp, which is not as easy as it sounds.