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Explore Singapore's Hidden Gems For Free With This Self-Guided Walking Tour App

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Faruq Senin  •  Aug 06, 2020

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The National Day long weekend is just around the corner, which means that it's the best time for you to explore Singapore. To mark this occasion, go on a self-guided walking tour around Singapore! If you're looking for something fun, interactive and free to do with your loved ones this National Day, we know just an app that'll help you out 😆 We're talking about LocoMole, an experiential self-guided tour app that you can easily download on your phone. It has over 70 curated self-guided walking tours which you can use to explore Singapore at your own pace. The good news is that for National Day, they are offering a free trail package on their app! Credit: LocoMole Self-Guided Tours on Facebook Take this chance to go on free self-guided walking toursof the Fort Canning Heritage Trail and Yip Yew Chong Street Art Trail in Tiong Bahru. Visit hidden spots at Fort Canning like this IG-worthy structure that looks like a temple in Bali or explore the hidden murals in Chinatown 😊 In each trail, you'll also get to discover local stories and find out useful tips about what you can find around the area. Plus, there'salso augmented reality (AR) technology so you can take unique photos with special effects 😊 That's not all! When you use the app, you'll also get some special deals and complimentary coupons on attractions, events, workshops F&B, retail and more (worth $200!).Claim your free trail package here! Credit: LocoMole Self-Guided Tours on Facebook But even if you're not heading out this weekend, you can still explore all of LocoMole's trails virtually from the comfort of your own home! Not to mention that you can still take AR pictures from where you are. Whether you choose to head out or stay home, this will be something exciting you can do by yourself or with your friends and family this National Day 🤗 Find out more about how the app works in these videos: Claim your free trail package here! P.S. Looking for more things to do in Singapore? Check out our guides to rediscover the city!