Associate Companies

Singapore History Consultants is one of four companies - Singapore History Consultants, Journeys Pte Ltd, The Changi Museum Pte Ltd, and The Heritage Box Pte Ltd - that work very closely together. Each company has its own specialisation, but their core competencies all complement and strengthen each other.


Journeys Pte Ltd is an award-winning travel company with a special expertise in heritage-based tours in Singapore. It is a market leader for creative travel services in Singapore, particularly educational, rigorously-researched special interest tours and historical narrated walks. Journeys holds a proven track record in customising special programmes to the most demanding of requirements, providing all its clients the exclusive insider's Singaporean experience that most other tours don't.

In 2003, Journeys launched The Original Singapore Walks® and in doing so, introduced a whole new dimension to the local tourism industry then. These premium narrated walks, led by guides who are experts of the city, were an instant hit with residents and visitors alike and have won multiple Singapore Tourism Awards. Lonely Planet puts it simply: “If you just do one tour in Singapore, make it one of these.”


The Changi Museum is a free-access museum dedicated to the memory of all civilians and prisoners of war who suffered under the Japanese Occupation of Singapore from 1942 to 1945. The museum's primary responsibility is its educational and social role. It raises awareness of the Pacific War, and in particular relates to students and tourists alike, an appreciation of the suffering and sacrifice of civilians and POWs who were incarcerated in Singapore. It is a must-stopover for war veterans as well as visitors interested in understanding the history of the Pacific War in Malaya and Singapore.

The Museum has received international praise for its sensitive and poignant portrayal of the war years in Singapore, and regularly hosts foreign dignitaries and diplomatic staff. To date, it has developed strong links with museums and research agencies overseas that contribute alternative perspectives to the story of the defence of Singapore. It has also become a focal point for researchers, war veterans and remembrance / commemorative events. Moving forward, The Changi Museum continues to focus on its mission to be a world class museum, highlighting an important segment of Singapore's heritage.


The Heritage Box is the publishing and distribution arm of our heritage group of companies. It sets out to cultivate a stronger awareness of history, through the distribution of selection of historical publications. Titles include The Story of Changi by David Nelson, ‘The Times – Naval Base Issue', The Changi Murals by Wally Hammond and To Japan to Lay a Ghost by Peter S. Rhodes.These titles and more are available for sale at The Changi Museum's Gift Shop.