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Geylang Adventures

We explore the community and understand it as an ecosystem with different groups of people co-existing with one another. With our love for preserving this delicate ecosystem, we seek to support the various groups by doing a range of projects. Come discover more of what we do.

Migrant Mission

Taking time to appreciate our nation builders

Migrant workers are a huge part of the Geylang community. Most of them have built the infrastructure we enjoy in Singapore brick by brick. Yet, we shun them and treat them as outsiders, even to the point of marginalization. To show our gratitude, we organize projects to work with the migrant worker community in one small way or another.

Be kind,
for everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle

Core Belief


We're on a Mission to discover heartland adventures and support causes close to our hearts


We involve like-minded people to collaborate with us, where they have a chance to use their skills to give back

Volunteer with Us


We care about our neighborhood and the people in it


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We celebrate Kindness Day today with the story of our alumnus, Cai Yin Zhou, who founded Geylang Adventures – a project that shows locals and tourists a different side of Geylang and its community. It’s also a meaningful social initiative that provides support to migrant workers and the less privileged through projects such as #BackAlleyBarbers that offers free haircuts. Yin Zhou recently expanded his projects to bring community work to the old estate of Dakota Crescent as it was recently cleared out for new developments, in a new project called Dakota Adventures. With a pool of committed volunteers, Yin Zhou was able to put together a Resettlement Team to help elderly ex-residents who have issues adapting to their new environment through ways like providing food, cutting their hair, bringing some of them for hospital visits and bridging their needs with social welfare. When we told Yin Zhou how his actions are truly inspiring, he humbly shared “Everyone can play a part. Look around you, in your neighbourhood, your community… you’ll see that kindness comes in many forms and we all can contribute in different ways." #KindnessDaySG2017 #SingaporeKindnessMovement

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Geylang Adventures added 30 new photos to the album: MAY17 #backalleybarbers | Green Avenue Home for the Elderly — at Green Avenue Home for Elderly. ... See MoreSee Less

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With your help, SDI Academy will be able to reach out to more migrant workers out there! Get a shirt for $25 and you will sponsor a Dr. English book to migrant workers out there who need it!

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What if you couldn't understand what you were being instructed to do? What if your survival depended on comprehending that instruction? Join us in empowering Migrant Workers with English communication skills and breaking the invisible wall between Migrant Workers and Singaporeans. Contribute to the lives of migrant workers here : More information about our campaign: #Imnostranger #TrustMeImnostranger #SDIAcademy #Drenglish

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