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What are the Resilience Trails?
The Resilience Trails are a series of five walking trails developed by MCCY in partnership with the National Heritage Board to promote understanding and appreciation of Singapore's history, heritage, and lessons on resilience. More information on the trails can be found
How are the Resilience Trails different from National Heritage Board's heritage trails?
The Resilience Trails are focused on highlighting lessons of resilience from Singapore's past and present, while NHB trails focus more on the history and heritage of places & neighbourhoods in Singapore.
How challenging are the trails physically?
The difficulty level of the trails is easy to moderate.
The trails are, for the most part, on fairly even ground. There are some slightly steep ascents and descents (especially for the 2nd trail Ridges of Valour: Of Guts, Grit and Glory) but you should be able to overcome them if you are moderately fit.
Who can go for the trails?
The trails are open to all members of the public. They are especially recommended for all students (secondary school level and above).
How can I sign up for the Resilience Trails?
To sign up, please go to
. Alternatively, you can call Singapore History Consultants at 62213804 or email them at
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