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The MICA building, with all of its 911 windows painted in a myriad of colours like green, red, yellow and blue, is sure to catch your eye as you explore the Civic District trail. Its vibrant exterior and revamped internal space makes it the ideal...more
140 Hill Street Old Hill Street Police Station, Singapore 179369, Singapore
The building used to belong to the police and is now a government building. They have done a nice job recovering the colonial building. It definitely calls your attention as you go by it. There are sone galleries there as well.
The architecture of the building is certainly eye-catching with its very colourful shutters and 'stoic' style. Many people spoken to remembered it for those reasons but didn’t venture inside at all. There are some government offices there but also some interesting art galleries (mainly Asian...More
It was refreshing and interesting to see this colorful old building. We were on our own walking tour to discover places nearby and were delightfully impressed with this building. Worth a visit just to take pictures. We did not enter.
This building is located opposite Clarke Quay.
The building is restored to its former glory and each window is colored to liven up the buiulding. The ground floor houses art galleries, while the upper floors house the offices of the government ministry: Ministry of Communication...More
Of course the building looks very cheerful and inviting on the outside. Ironically, the MICA building at 140 Hill Street, is mainly known for having been the Old Police building. It now houses several life-enhancing ministries: culture, youth and civilization. Don't just go by to...More
The primary purpose of this building is to house 2 Singapore government ministries, specifically the Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth; and the Minsitry of Communications and Information. As such, most of the building isn't accessible to the general public. On the ground floor, however,...More
Heard that the art galleries inside this building are a "good find', I decided to go there and have a look. Knew beforehand that the galleries mostly specialize in south East Asian art and since I'm not a fan, I went in with low expectations...More