Singapore’s oldest museum, the keeper of 11 National Treasures, presents the city’s history in two main galleries. You can learn about Singapore’s story from the 14th century through to today in the Singapore History Gallery, or dive deeper into the city’s food, fashion, film and photography during contemporary times at the Singapore Living Galleries.
(10 minute's drive by car)
Explore the vibrant traditions and cultures that make up Singapore’s multi-ethnic society, as well as the wider Asian region at the Asian Civilisations Museum. Housed in a historic building by the Singapore River, this institution provides a fascinating glimpse of the evolution of the people and cultures of the region over the past two centuries.
(15 minute's drive by car)
Get a taste of the dramatic with an evening of theatrical magic at the Singapore Repertory Theatre, where the much-lauded theatre group is renowned for its art- and literature-inspired productions. Shakespeare performances and laugh-out-loud family shows, as well as interpretations of beloved musicals from London’s West End and New York’s Broadway, are all part of the repertoire.
(5 minute's drive by car)