LONDON TO SINGAPORE
About The Expedition
Driving two expedition-equipped Land Rover Defender 110's, a team of intrepid adventurers, including a father and son, have commenced their expedition on 6th August 2023, from London. Along the way, the crew will visit three children's charities en-route and conclude their journey at Harry's Bar in Singapore.
The voyage is for charity, and will be fully carbon-offset - making it a trailblazing initiative within the overland expedition community.
Expedition crew sets off on 6th August 2023 from London.
The crew travels through 21 countries:
U.K. - FRANCE - GERMANY - AUSTRIA - HUNGARY - ROMANIA - BULGARIA - TURKEY - GEORGIA - AZERBAIJAN - KAZAKHSTAN - UZBEKISTAN - KYRGYZSTAN - CHINA - NEPAL - INDIA - BHUTAN - LAOS - THAILAND - MALAYSIA - SINGAPORE (Finish Line)
Finale @ Harry's Dempsey Hill
21 countries, 14,500 miles
London to Singapore is the 'original' overland journey; the first expedition of two teams from Oxford and Cambridge tackled this journey in 1955, in two Land Rovers. Ours is only the second full-fledged 'expedition' to go from London to Singapore. In 2019 The Last Overland expedition successfully returned from Singapore to London.
- London to Singapore Expedition 2023
Raise a glass and make a difference that lasts!
Riding on the expedition's charitable aspect, Harry is please to announce that we will be raising our glasses to support our local charity!
Starting from 23 October 2023, for every pint of our signature Harry's Premium Lager (HPL) sold, Harry's will be donating $1 to the Children's Aid Society (CAS).
So, gather your friends to unleash your drinking prowess for a great cause. Join us to raise a glass and make a difference that lasts!
Reserve your table now at any of our Harry’s outlets (except Changi Airport), to enjoy a refreshing HPL drink and contribute to this meaningful charity drive!
Children's Aid Society
Founded in 1902, Children’s Aid Society (CAS) is one of the oldest secular philanthropic organisations in Singapore. For over a century, CAS, through its service Melrose Home, has been home to more than 6,000 children and youths, providing a safe environment for abused, abandoned and neglected individuals. With round-the-clock care and support, the residents are provided with a safe space to form safe relationships, as well as opportunities to build their resilience through our programmes and heal through emotional and psychological therapy.
In 2019, Melrose Care was set up as a community-based agency to offer subsidised therapeutic services to more families in the community. Today, Melrose Care offers specialised therapies such as Art Therapy, Play Therapy, and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, serving an average of 200 children, youths and their families in the community at any one time.