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Singapore Museums

The National Museum of Singapore, Art Science Museum, Asian Civilisations Museum, Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum, Singapore Art Museum, Parkview Museum, Red Dot Design Museum and many more. 

Tour the wide list of Museums in Singapore and learn about the culture, heritage, and artwork of the place. From the National Museum of Singapore which stands back from the 19th century and holds the relics of history to the
Trick Eye Museum which has variants of optical illusions, this country-island has everything. 

Each one of them showcases a different aspect of
country-island Singapore while Singapore Art Museum has a wide collection of exceptional artworks of world-renowned artists. The Live Turtle and Tortoise Museum show a history of turtle hatchery.

Singapore Museums showcases an impressive array of precious artifacts and classical pieces. Whether you are a sports lover or wish to enjoy the creative frames for pictures, these museums lack nowhere and have everything pictured for you. Apart from this, you can also take a guided tour or just embrace a historical tour of the oldest museums. Stop looking for more
places to visit in Singapore and head straight to the museums!

Here are some of the best museums in Singapore:

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The National Museum of Singapore

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One of the oldest standing Museums in Singapore is the National Museum of Singapore. Previously, it was called the Raffles library and initiated as a small library, but now it is a significant place to learn about the country’s history. As it depicts history, it is even called the Singapore History Museum and has eleven precious artifacts. Here one can take a deep insight into the displays of films and images on the walls.

Location:
 93 Stamford Rd, Singapore 178897

Prices: 
Starting from INR 1044 per Standard adult.

Timings:
10 am to 7:00 pm

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Art Science Museum

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Next on the list of Singapore Museums is the Art Science Museum where you can learn about technology and art all together. This is located in a lotus-inspired building and is a must visit place for both visitors and locals alike.

This is the place where creativity is used at its notch and an exceptional blend is showcased. There are alleys that showcase a different form of art, architecture, and science used in Singapore.

Location:
6 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018974

Prices:
Starting from INR 1322 per Standard adult.

Timings:
10:00 am to 7:00 pm

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Asian Civilisations Museum

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One of the most interesting Museums in Singapore, Asian Civilisations Museum boasts with seven galleries. Collectively they showcase more than 2000 ancient artifacts of various civilizations namely China, South-East Asia, South Asia, and West Asia.

It has three floors and each one of them exhibits something different. While the first floor has the trade history, second has the faith systems and the third one presents designs used in the Chinese ceramics.

Location: 1 Empress Pl, Singapore 179555

Prices: Starting from INR 1392 per adult.

Timings: 10 am to 7:00 pm

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Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum

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Sprawling over two floors and as many as 15 different zones, the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum is one of its kinds and is a natural history museum. It is spread on 2,500 sqm and the exhibition showcases more than 2,000 exemplars of the Southern Asia bushes and creatures.

Another striking feature of the museum is the 150 million-year-old dinosaur fossils that are embedded in the museum itself which are open for all.

Location:
 2 Conservatory Dr, Singapore 117377

Prices:
Starting from INR 1044 per adult.

Timings:
10:00 am to 7:00 pm on all days, Mondays closed.

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Singapore Art Museum

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Housed in a 19th Century mission school, Singapore Art Museum is the very first visual art Museum of Singapore and has the best collection of contemporary art of all the artists of the place.
Everything is showcased in various exhibitions and display centers of the museum.

The fine art works of well-renowned artists like
Cheo Chai Hiang, Dinh Q Le, Natee Utarit, Nge Lay, Suzann Victor, and Titarubi are displayed in the gallery. If you are an art lover and wish to take a look at the masterpieces of artists then this is your place to be.

Location:
 8 Queen St, Singapore 189555

Prices:
Starting from INR 700 per adult.

Timings:
10 am to 7:00 pm

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Parkview Museum

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Boasting with an exceptional range of Italian art, this one in an array of Museums in Singapore is a delight for the art lovers. This building is also famed as the “ Gotham City” has an extensive form of contemporary artworks of renowned artists of Europe and Asia.

One can embrace a guided tour to its galleries or just wander in the exhibitions of different themes. There are even private art galleries that are elegantly built and exhibit the masterpieces of popular artists.

Location:
600 North Bridge Rd, Level 3 Parkview Square, Singapore 188778

Prices:
Free Admission

Timings:
11:00 am to 7:00 pm.

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Red Dot Design Museum

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A branch of the world-famous gallery that is in Germany, Red Dot Design Museum is one of the biggest presentations of the contemporary designs. In this museum, one can witness the recent versions of commodities and communication types of equipment that are crafted by the victors of the red dot product design awards.

Location: 
11 Marina Blvd, Singapore 018940

Prices:
Starting from INR 821 per adult.

Timings:
10:00 am to 8:00 pm.

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NUS Museum

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The NUS Museum is the one and only Asian art museum of Singapore which has more than 7,000 artifacts and several other artworks that are bifurcated in four sections. The collection of contemporary art of Chinese culture is exhibited in Lee Kong Chian while the Southeast Asian Collection boasts with the antique sculptures of Indian classics.

Additionally, there is Ng Eng Teng Collection features 1,000 artworks. The last acquisition is the Straits Chinese Collection which is established in the NUS’ Baba House.

Location: 
50 Kent Ridge Cres, Singapore 119279

Prices: 
Free Admission

Timings:
10:00 am to 6:00 pm, Sunday and Monday closed.

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Trick Eye Museum

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A must visit museums in Singapore for kids is undeniably the Trick Eye Museum where you can trick the human eyes with optical illusions. Featuring seven different entertainment zones this museum has Safaris, Circus, and several other zones for ultimate recreation.

The art form used is optical which gives a three-dimensional effect where you can pose and capture images which will look all real. This is a chain of the museum which originated in Korea and this is one of the best versions of it.

Location: 
26 Sentosa Gateway, #01-43/44, Singapore 098138

Prices:
Starting from INR 900 per adult.

Timings:
10:00 am to 9:00 pm

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Fort Siloso

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The Fort Siloso displays the age-old history of Japan’s victory and the exceptional defense of Lim Bo Seng and Force 136. In the “Surrender Chambers,” one can witness the replicas of the real heroes that led the Britishers to surrender to the Japanese.

Additionally, the major attraction for the visitors is the fort where you can gape at the gun emplacements and tour underground tunnels that people used for hiding. At this place, one can sense how a fighter went through and how they survived.

Location: 
Siloso Rd, Singapore 099981

Prices:
 Free Admission

Timings:
10:00 am to 6:00 pm.

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Madame Tussauds

One of the best in the list of the museum in Singapore for kids, Madame Tussauds the well-renowned chain of the wax museum is established in Singapore. Right from Hollywood celebrities to the world leaders like Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt, Jackie Chan, and several others, there are statues of everyone where you can click selfies.

Not only this but it also features a boat ride named as Spirit of Singapore which takes you native plants and one a local tour. Don't forget to click pictures with your favorite TV actors, Musicians, and celebs.

Location:
 40 Imbiah Road, Sentosa, Singapore 099700

Prices:
Starting from INR 1078 per adult.

Timings:
10:00 am to 7:30 pm.

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National Gallery of Singapore

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Marking its place in one of the most impressive Museums in Singapore, National Gallery of Singapore was previously a supreme court building. Later it got refurbished and transformed into an art gallery where visual art is stored.

Most of the artwork of this place is taken from the National collection which is of the 19th century. Here you can spot local and south-Asian artworks which are truly exceptional and will melt your heart away with its uniqueness.

Location:
1 St Andrew's Rd, Singapore 178957

Prices:
Starting from INR 1392 per adult.

Timings:
10:00 am to 7:00 pm

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Images of Singapore

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Embrace a 45-minute tour to Images of Singapore where you will be guided all through and you can also witness the boat tour. On this tour, you will learn about the history of Singapore in and out and can gala time with your friends and family.

From the humble fishing village to the 21st powerhouse, each and every phase of this city could be seen in this tour. If you are looking for an action-packed tour, then you should straight head to Images of Singapore.

Location:
40 Imbiah Rd, Imbiah Lookout Sentosa, Singapore 099700

Prices:
Starting from INR 1078 per adult.

Timings:
10:00 am to 6:30 pm.

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Buddha Tooth Relic Temple & Museum

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Trace the exceptional displays of rarefied artifacts linked to the history of Buddhism and other traditions that are followed in the Asian countries. The Buddhist Cultural Museum also has a hall where you can spot the relics of Scared Buddha Chamber.

At this place, you can gape at the brain, blood, and flesh pieces of Buddha. Additionally, here one must not miss the 15-foot Maitreya Buddha that is in the main hall of the museum.

Location:
 288 South Bridge Rd, Singapore 058840

Prices:
 Free Admission

Timings:
9:00 am to 8:00 pm

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Indian Heritage Centre

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All the five galleries of the Indian Heritage Center are adorned with the artifacts of the ancient times. The facade is made out of glass and is inspired by the step wells that are spotted in Southern Asia. Each one of the antiques depicts the history and culture of India and their relations and links with Singapore. The relics are right from the 1st Century to the current time.

Location:
 5 Campbell Ln, Singapore 209924

Prices:
Starting from INR 417 per adult.

Timings:
10:00 am to 7:00 pm, Mondays closed.

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Malay Heritage Center

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Boasting the traces of the Malay community from the initial days when they settle, the Malay Heritage Center is famed for its collection. It is established in Istana Kampong Gelam and has the traces of golden days of Malay entertainment industry.

It has six-alleys which showcases the history of Kampong Gelam and the offerings done by the pioneers of the Malay community.

Location:
 85 Sultan Gate, Singapore 198501

Prices:
Starting from INR 417 per adult.

Timings:
10:00 am to 6:00 pm, Mondays closed

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Singapore Science Center

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The Singapore Science Center is an institute that is built for the production of all the scientific material. Additionally, it is a kid-friendly museum which promotes regular exhibitions of physical, life, industry, sciences and other related things.

It also features the Omni-theater that the only domed cinema and is equipped with state-of-the-art IMAX technology and is one of the best museums in Singapore

Location: 
15 Science Center Rd, Singapore 609081

Prices: 
COMBO 5-IN-1 (OMNI SHOW) STD ADULT: INR 3201  per Adult

Timings:
10:00 am to 6:00 pm

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Singapore Discovery Centre

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The vivacity of Singapore's story and dynamicity could be witnessed at the Singapore Discovery Center. It features five unique libraries that are multi-sensory and include the Visionarium.

This is the world’s very first design studio that has 360-degree wrap around screen and engages masses. Apart from this, there is iWERKS Theater that has a flat-screen projection of 3D movies.

Location:
510 Upper Jurong Rd, Singapore 638365

Prices: Starting from INR 696 per adult.

Timings:
9:00 am to 6:00 pm.

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Singapore Navy Museum

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A place where you can learn about the challenges, and how the Singapore Navy was formed. The Singapore Navy Museum features the guns, warships, and countless other things the sailors used.

From the underwater warfare technology to the outdoor display of ships, her one can gape at all the components related to the Singapore Navy. One can even see the tanks, patrol vessel, maritime security vessels, used by them in the early days.

Location: 
112 Tanah Merah Coast Rd, Singapore 498794

Prices: Free Admission

Timings:
9:00 am to 5:00 pm. Sundays closed.

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The Battle Box

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The Battle Box museum showcases the tale of strategy and surrender of Japan. While you tour the museum, you witness the command center and you can know where the decision of surrendering was made and also tells the story of Malay community and Singapore’s collective efforts when they surrendered to Japan.

There are bunkers which had their own significance during the was and the rooms that were used in the military area of that time.

Location:
 2 Cox Terrace, Singapore 179622

Prices:
Starting from INR 1392 per adult.

Timings:
9:30 am to 5:30 am.

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Maritime Experiential Museum

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Learn about the Maritime Silk route as you tour the life of famous seafarers like Sang Nila Utama and Marco Polo. You can embrace a tour to the 15 differently theme galleries and relish the rich history of the trade of Singapore. You can take a glimpse of the ship that is built similar to the 9th century Arabian Dhow and is called the Jewel of Muscat.

Apart from this, you can also see the elegantly designed lower deck of ships or witness the 4D shows of ships that are navigating a tumultuous storm. This is a place which exhibits classic tales of sailors.

Location:
 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269

Prices:
Starting from INR 835 per adult.

Timings:
10:00 am to 7:00 pm.

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Republic of Singapore Air Force Museum

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Holding the traces of Republic of Singapore Air Force right from its initial days, the Republic of Singapore Air Force Museum showcases the grandeur of this place. It features nine galleries which have different air crafts and dioramas of the Royal Air Force since 1972.

Also, there are outdoor alleys which the fighter planes are showcases like
the A4-C Skyhawk, the SF 260 Marchetti, the Hunter Hawker, and several others.

Location: 400 Airport Rd, Singapore 534234

Prices: Free Admission

Timings: 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, Sunday closed.

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Sports Museum

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Take a deep dive into the origin and enhancements in the sports sector at the Sports Museum. Marking its place in one of the interesting Singapore Museums, this one is a paradise for sports lovers.

The types of equipment, players, and everything related to the sports from the colonial period is preserved in this museum and one can take a look at all of it. You can witness “Our Heros Gallery” or learn about the local games in the Indigenous Galley of the museum. There is also a traditional gallery where you can discover about Chinese hopscotch, Chapter, and Five Stones.

Location:
 1 Stadium Dr, Singapore 397629

Prices:
Starting from INR 696 per adult.

Timings:
10:00 am to 8:00 pm.

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Vintage Cameras Museum

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One of the largest repositories of vintage cars could be spotted at Vintage Cameras Museum. The structure of the gallery is quite unique and is like a massive Rollei camera. Here you can spot different pieces of equipment and a wide range of cameras form pistol to big cameras.

Apart from all this, there are even retro photographs and other vintage stuff which will take your heart away.

Location: 
8C-8D Jln Kledek, Singapore 199263

Prices:
Starting from INR 1,000 per adult.

Timings:
10:00 am to 9:30 pm.

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Civil Defence Heritage Gallery

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Showcasing the civil defense of the city right from the 19th century to the current system, this is one of the most intriguing Singapore Museums. It is established in the country's oldest fire station and is a red-brick on a brick colonial structure.

From the fire engines to the stations one can trace each one of them know-how the firefighters work and what are the challenges they faced. Apart from this, you can also witness the hose tower which is one of the best viewpoints.

Location:
 62 Hill St, Singapore 179367

Prices: Free Admission

Timings:
10:00 am to 5:00 pm.

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The Live Turtle and Tortoise Museum

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Have a fun-filled day at one of the best museums in Singapore for kids the Live Turtle and Tortoise Museum. Here you can gape at more than 200 small big turtles and tortoise, which are of 60 different species. Apart from this, you can also witness some of the rare species of reptiles which are there in the sanctuary.

From the six-legged amphibians to the double-headed one here you can spot even the weirdest species. There are terrains where the small tortoise roam around and you can look at them and even feed them.

Location:
 81 Lor Chencharu, #01-16 ORTO, Singapore 769198

Prices:
Starting from INR  974 per adult.

Timings:
10:00 am to 6:00 pm.

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Singapore Chinese Opera Museum

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Wish to know about the Chinese opera in and out? Head to the second floor of Kampong Glam shophouse where you can see costumes, props, and other things used in the art form.

Since Mr. Bian Hui Bin had a deep love for Chinese Opera he wanted to promote it to the locals of Singapore and the foreigner as well, and that is why he started Singapore Chinese Opera Museum where he can introduce it to the world.

Location: 
100 Jln Sultan, Singapore 199001

Prices:
Free Admission.

Timings:
11:00 am to 6:00 pm. Saturday, Sunday, and Monday closed.

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MINT Museum of Toys

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Love the vintage toys? Then the MINT Museum of Toys is for you as it holds as many as 50,000 different toys and is just one-of-its-kind. While some of them are dated back to the mid-19th-century others are the recent ones.

They are overall sourced from almost 40 different countries and one can gape at the toys in this five storey building. This is a unique museum and is a rare concept to southern Asia.

Location: 
26 Seah St, Singapore 188382

Prices:
Starting from INR 1044 per adult.

Timings:
9:30 am to 6:30 pm.

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Alive Museum

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The most abstract one in the array of Museums in Singapore, the Alive Museum features 3-D illustrations made by the creative artists. Once can capture images standing right next to these formations and have amazing pictures. All of them give a real effect and this is the reason it is called the Alive Museum.

There are several frames and hoarding where you can click crazy pictures with your friends and family.

Location:
 3 Temasek Boulevard, #03-372 Suntec City Mall Tower 4, Singapore 038983

Prices:
Starting from INR 580 per adult.

Timings:
10:00 am to 10:00 pm.

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Singapore Philatelic Museum

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Jotting down an exclusive collection of the Philatelic elements of Singapore right since the 1830s to the current time, the Singapore Philatelic Museum boasts a unique accumulation. Here you can also witness a wide range of stamps from Universal Postal Union and you should not miss out on

The Little Price which is a story exhibition. Additionally, it is a working post office where you can see a spectrum of postcards.

Location:
 23-B Coleman St, Singapore 179807

Timings:
10:00 am to 7:00 pm.

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STPI Creative Workshop and Gallery

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STPI is a one-of-a-kind museum where you can check out some of the most remarkable specimens of contemporary art and enjoy the benefits of a creative workshop. The museum specializes in artistic experiments that have been done in the medium especially related to print and paper.

The museum is also known to have collaborated with over 90 modern and contemporary artists, whose works are on display at the museum. It is one of the newer Singapore museums, which means you have ample scope to explore the many art pieces in a beautifully designed space that allows both the art and the viewer to relax and breathe. The museum also conducts interactive and creative workshops and exhibitions frequently so make sure you ask for the week’s programmes when you are visiting.  


Location: 41 Robertson Quay, Singapore 238236
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Changi Chapel and Museum

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If you are looking for Singapore Museums that display some of the more recent histories of Singapore, then you can visit the Changi Chapel Museum. This beautiful memorial and chapel are dedicated to the history of Singapore during the Second World War.

You can read the names of those Singaporeans who lost their lives during the war, and what the city looked like during the Japanese occupation. There are interesting artefacts on display including weapons, letters, uniforms, and much more. It gives visitors an intimate look into the life of the soldiers who fought during that time, and also an insight into what a war-ravaged Singapore looked like before modernization began.


Location: 1000 Upper Changi Road N, Singapore 507707
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Eurasian Heritage Gallery

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While there are several Singapore Museums, the Eurasian Heritage Gallery is a museum that focuses especially on the life and heritage and history of the Eurasian community that has thrived in Singapore and made it their home.

The museum can be found in Katong, which is also where the Eurasian community is concentrated. Despite being one of the smallest communities in Singapore, they are also some of the oldest people to have settled here, whose roots can be traced back to places such as Goa, Macau, Peru and much more.

The community upholds a unique blend of Eastern and Western culture, which is beautifully demonstrated via various exhibits, workshops and attractions in the museum. There are three permanent galleries outlining the struggles and achievements of this unique community.


Location: 139 Ceylon Road, The Eurasian Association, Singapore 429744
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Peranakan Museum

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Peranakan Museum is one of the most visited Singapore Museums because it is believed to be one of the world’s largest repertoire of Peranakan culture and heritage. There are innumerable traditional and culturally significant items on display including jewellery, textiles, tools, furniture and much more.

There are a few permanent galleries, but you can also attend one of the many workshops that are conducted to show people the beautiful marriage of Indian, Chinese and Malay cultures. There is also a demonstration of a traditional Peranakan wedding that takes place over 12 days and gives visitors a true flavour of the local culture.

Location: 39 Armenian Street, Singapore 179941
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Kreta Ayer Heritage Gallery

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Kreta Ayer was one of the primary neighbourhoods where Chinese settlers took up roots and made elaborate displays of their Cantonese culture. The place became known for its entertaining performances, theatre shows, displays and fairs.

Today, you can catch a glimpse into the colourful and vibrant past of Kreta Ayer is one of the best Singapore Museums – the Kreta Ayer Heritage Gallery. The gallery still holds theatre performances, and you can check out other cultural programmes that are beautifully traditional in their displays.


Location:
28 Kreta Ayer Road, Singapore 088995
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"We checked a lot of sites for booking of universal studios tickets but we got the best deal on Thrillophilia. We had booked the tickets 10 days prior to reaching singapore and we received the email from the thrillophilia team within 24 hours.Our entry in the universal studios was hassle free and it is very clearly mentioned as in where to scan the tickets. So if you're booking the attractions on your own for Singapore, without a doubt you can go for thrillophilia as per my experience."
I booked a cruise tour to Singapore. I went there with my friends to experience something exceptional for our vacation. We had very few days in our hands to strategize our trip and to maximise the trip in best way possible, so it was best to go with thrillophilia. Looking for more.
We visited Singapore and Malaysia from Bangalore. It was fun and exciting knowing their culture. We also visited many tourist attractions. Looking forward for more.
We booked our tour from Delhi to Singapore to Malaysia. I must say it was a different experience as we covered two different foreign lands in a single trip. It was very captivating for us to know two different cultures and traditions. It was a complete family trip as a whole.

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  1. Which are the best places to visit in Singapore?

    1. Universal Studios: Universal Studios is one of the world’s largest theme parks where you can get to experience life-size versions of Star Trek characters, Transformers and much more. The rides are incredible and the entire experience is completely unforgettable.

    2. Singapore Flyer: The Singapore Flyer is a great way to catch an unbelievable view of Singapore city. It is a giant wheel with seats that slowly take you up to the topmost viewpoint and gently bring you back down, all the while giving you an incredible view of the city.

    3. Chinatown: Chinatown is one of the oldest neighbourhoods in Singapore and is a hub for Chinese and hybrid culture. It is also home to one of the best Singapore Museums – the Kreta Ayer Heritage Gallery. You can also buy souvenirs from the China Market when you are here.

    4. S.E.A. Aquarium: This is the largest oceanarium in the world, home to over 100,000 creatures. You can walk through clear underwater tubes surrounded by vibrant marine life, attend shows and exhibitions and interact with animals like seals and dolphins when you are here.
  2. What are the best things to do in Singapore

    1. Go on a tour of the museums There are several beautiful Singapore Museums such as the Changi Chapel Museum and the STPI Creative Workshop where you can get a fascinating insight into the history, culture, tradition and art of Singapore. ·

    2. Go on a food tour
    After you are done exploring the museums in Singapore, you can go on a food tour to some of the best places like Katong and ChinaTown. The food in Singapore is a delicious blend of Chinese, Malay, Indian and Sri Lankan influences, which has led to the creation of delicacies such as laksa, char kuey teow, satay, fish head curry and much more.

    3. Visit the National Gallery
    The National Gallery is one of those Museums in Singapore you can’t miss and is home to the largest collection of modern art pieces in all of South-East Asia. You can walk through galleries that display world-famous paintings, sculptures and also frequent exhibitions and workshops conducted by artists. 

    4. Visit Sentosa Island Sentosa Island is a leisurely paradise, where you can relax on the white sand beaches, visit zoos and aquariums, go ziplining and spend your days in absolute pleasure and excitement.
  3. How do you get to the Singapore National Museum?

    The easiest way to get one of the largest Singapore Museums is by taking the local train system – the MRT from anywhere in Singapore. You can catch the East-West or the North-South Line and get down at City Hall Station. From here, it is a 600m walk to the National Museum via Stamford Road. You can also take the bus to the museum. The buses that ply along the right route are 106, 124, 131, 147, 162 and 166.
  4. What is the best time to visit Singapore?

    The best time to visit Singapore is between the months of December and June. This is the time when the city receives the least amount of rainfall, allowing you to explore its quaint streets, its many attractions, its theme parks, beaches and much more without the hindrance of rain.
  5. How much is an ArtScience Museum ticket?

    Entry to the ArtScience museum is free, where you don’t need to pay anything to enter the premises and walk through the many galleries and exhibits. However, if you are interested in attending a workshop or a specialized exhibition, then you may need to buy tickets. Prices for these special programmes range from S$14 for 1 single exhibition to S$32 for an all-access pass.