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Battlebox Singapore
I'm quite interested in military history and have visited a fair number of European, North American, Mediterranean, African, and Middle Eastern battle sites, memorials and museums - US Independence, 1812, US Civil...
One of the best military museums I've been to
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The Intan Singapore
The homely museum in Joo Chiat brings the Peranakan culture & heritage to life which makes the experience unique unlike the visits to the other museums.
An amazing private museum that is cosy and beautifully curated, I highly recommend the Intan for anyone who is interested to explore cultural and heritage spaces in Singapore.
Chinatown Heritage Centre Singapore
For anyone even with a remote interest in History and learning from Museums, this attraction is well worth a couple of hours of your time.
I rank this as one of the most interesting museums in Singapore and definitely recommend it to others.
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Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum Singapore
The third floor is one of the most incredible Buddhist museums I have ever seen, with bone and tongue relics and collectables from old worlds, photos, jewels, clothing.
There are 5 levels and if you enjoy museums, add on another hour as 2 of the 5 levels are history and art museums.
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National Museum of Singapore Singapore
... to new heights of grandeur, the National Museum hosts a very strong permanent display of Singapore history and temporary displays of world class exhibits through partnerships with other museums worldwide.
They have done a fantastic job at keeping the quality of the exhibits updated and reflecting the best of modern big city museums.
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National Gallery Singapore Singapore
You can even go on a museum tour, as there are many other prominent museums in the City Hall or Raffles Place area, including National Museum of Singapore, Peranakan Museum, Singapore Philatelic Museum, and Asian...
- Has both modern art and historical art - Like most large museums there is just too much to see in one day so worth picking a few things that you think you might enjoy.
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Singapore City Gallery Singapore
Singapore is has a very interesting history and mixture of cultures and there are several excellent museums to learn about it's people, past and present.
This museum also serves to seamlessly integrate every aspect and facet of touring Singapore, such as Chinatown, the Malay enclave, the current project of connecting green spaces and how the geology of the city/sta...
The Changi Museum Singapore
The Changi Museum is one of the better museums in Singapore and does an excellent job of telling the story of the unimaginable hardships endured by PoW's, civilian internees and civilians during the Japanese Occup...
Our tour guide was Jao Ling ( I apologise if this is spelt incorrect) she was so informative knowledgeable respectful and passionate in her delivery of knowledge and history of the Changi WW11 Museum.
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Asian Civilisations Museum Singapore
Its location is a great place to wander around to see a lot of history and other museums and galleries, set aside the whole morning to explore this small but interesting area.
I love museums so this is definitely a good place to visit if you love history.
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Peranakan Museum Singapore
It explains every aspect and it is a definitely something interesting and different from your normal museums.
The Peranakan culture is often ill-defined but here it is well explained in a delightful setting.The wedding scene is especially poignant and the stunning exhibits of Peranakan art really worth a visit.The museum...
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ION Orchard Singapore
Madame Tussauds Singapore Sentosa Island
Wax museums are all over the world, Singapore version of aMadame Tussauds gives an interactive space of dancing, where you dance with bollywood stars.
Madam Tussauds are fascinating museums to know about great people and current affairs.
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Singapore Philatelic Museum Singapore
There are many other prominent museums in the area, including Peranakan Museum, National Museum of Singapore, National Gallery Singapore, and Asian Civilisations Museum.
The museum has a section dedicated to Theme based displays... Museum regularly conducts exhibitions and competitions for children which even visitors can participate..
ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands Singapore
It takes about half a day to see all three museums, so if you go early you'll be out in time for lunch in the futuristic mall that the museum is part of, and then you can still walk down to the cloud forest and fl...
Despite the price (we're used to free museums in the UK) we absolutely adored the FutureWorld permanent exhibition at the Art Science Museum.
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Science Centre Singapore Singapore
The museum has demonstrations during the day, which are very educational and thrilling.
Our teenagers had a blast at the science museum.
Surviving the Japanese Occupation: War and Its Legacies Singapore
Most history books and museums are all about the "good" and "bad" guys, but if you study history deeply you know there are always two sides of a case.
The museum is situated within walking distance to Bukit Timah where the remains of the original rain forest of Singapore can be seen during a walk up to the top of the hill in the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve (a lit...
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Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum Singapore
The Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum (LKCNHM) offers you an amazing tour throughout Natural History, demonstrating how life evolved in our planet with its vast collection of artifacts and specimens.
The part that won me over was the wonderful guided tour given by Mae Chong; whose passion and knowledge really shone through that made this museum experience a unique and enriching one.
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Trick Eye Museum Singapore Sentosa Island
Trick Eye Museum originates from Korea with three well-established museums in different parts of the country- Seoul, Jeju and Busan.
Looking forward to going to other similar museums around the world
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Images of Singapore LIVE Sentosa Island
There are fountains, museums, ferris wheels and gardens to venture into.
The amazing performances and antiques museum will stun your senses and will take you to the different eras of Singapore, without political implications.
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Reflections at Bukit Chandu Singapore
One of the best small scale museums I have visited.
This quaint site serves as a memorial and museum in remembrance of the Malay Regiment who fought and died, many to the last man, on the same grounds/area the museum sits on.
Singapore Art Museum Singapore
A really lovely surprise for me to learn that Singapore has an equally high quality art museum, as I normally only enjoy art museums in Amsterdam or London or New York City or Washington DC.
It's also great that the museum features art pieces from around the South East Asian region which differentiates it from other museums around the world - I like the batik pieces and the political paintings gave me...
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Sentosa Nature Discovery Sentosa Island
Indian Heritage Centre Singapore
The Indian Heritage Centre is a cultural centre and museum that showcases the culture, heritage and history of Indian Singaporeans.
This is an incredibly interesting museum, very modern and well laid out, with lots of interactive parts for kids.
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The Maritime Experiential Museum Sentosa Island
We really enjoyed this museum, which is very well laid out, with interesting exhibits, interactive sections and an immersive experience all included.
Safe, pleasant and informative museum.
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Malay Heritage Centre Singapore
Airy , Well laid Out Museum Space ,, Room Settings, Engaging Informative Exhibits.
The guided tour through the museum and grounds was great, with lots of opportunities to ask questions and take photos.
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Mint Museum of Toys Singapore
I went to a few museums in the UK years ago and they all appealed to my tastes with lots of diecast and UK toys.
Great little museum and very easy to find just across the road from the famous Raffles Hotel, for a privately owned attraction the museum is well stocked with genuine vintage toys from most era's, some quite rare...
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Red Dot Design Museum Singapore
This very interesting museum showcases inventions in different fields from around the world including medical, housing, transport, furniture & even toys!
A must visit for design lovers, the Red Dot Design Museum is home to products and concepts that had won the Red Dot Design Award.
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Singapore Musical Box Museum Singapore
We came across it by accident and was by far one of the best Museums I have ever visited.
Great museum, a real hidden gem!
Air Force Museum Singapore
If you like aviation museums, go visit it!
The museum has a nice collection of aircraft from the Republic of Singapore Air Force at their free Air Force Museum.
Ode To Art Singapore
Ode To Art is perfectly centered in a triangle that is the National Museum, National Gallery and Singapore Art Museum.