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What: Highlights are its factory, warehouse and educational tours to places such as a bioscience laboratory at Nanyang Technological University, sand depository in Pulau Punggol Timor and food factories that make otah, soon kueh and curry puffs.
Info: Go to www.singaporelocaltour.com
What: There are nine tours and each is distinctly unconventional. They include visits to a wet market, traditional bakery and a coffee-roasting factory, as well as a hands-on popiah rolling or teh tarik-making sessions.
Info: Go to www.tribe-tours.com
What: The online platform curates offbeat tours islandwide including cafe-hopping with a local foodie, learning how to make incense and completing fun challenges at organic farm Bollywood Veggies.
Info: Go to www.govoyagin.com/things_to_do/singapore
What: The mobile app brings to life forgotten or lesser-known places in Singapore such as the history of the Spooner Road flats and the former Jubilee Theatre. It is free for download and, with GPS switched on, will indicate such landmarks if the user is nearby and share information about it.
Info: Go to www.facebook.com/Jalanjalansg