The final episode of the Malay Heritage Centre's “Heritage in Episodes” series tells the poignant story of one of Singapore's last surviving songkok makers.
The second episode of the Malay Heritage Centre's “Heritage in Episodes” focuses on the one of the first Haj belt and goods stores in Kampong Gelam and the challenges faced by the store owner in continuing the business.
The Malay Heritage Centre presents a special edition of “Heritage in Episodes” which features one of the most popular and perhaps longest surviving nasi padang stall in Singapore.
Kampong Glam is a Muslim district right smack in the middle of the city area. Other than bazaars, shisha joints and coffee places, what more can you find there? Well Heritage TV is on location to find out more!
07 Dec 2016
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