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See how Chinese migrants and their descendants adapted to lives in their adopted lands, doing their best to preserve their identity while nurturing...
262 Pasir Panjang Rd (6777 7819)
Approximately 400 watercolour drawings and sketches secretly drawn by the late William Haxworth, who was held in Changi Prison and Simei Road...
351 Upper Bukit Timah Road (6332 7973)
The key item in this exhibit, which portrays an NS man’s life in the 1970s-1980s, is an original basic military bunk bed from Pulau Tekong...
500 Upper Jurong Road (6668 0338)
Look past the artificial illumination of the city and to the stars light years away with this mega-telescope. Because this observatory is one of...
15 Science Centre Rd (6425 2500)
Like so many other ethnic groups, Peranakan family life largely centres around food. This gallery displays ‘Tok Panjang’ porcelain...
39 Armenian St (6332 7591)
After a mega-bucks ($118 million) refurbishment and rebranding, the Singapore History Museum reopened as the National Museum of Singapore, the...
93 Stamford Rd (6332 5642)
A 500-seater auditorium complete with sound and lighting facilities, 3 dressing rooms and retractable walls that allow the crowd to spill outdoors...
2 Orchard Link (6521 6565)
Price: up to $8.00
8Q is the Singapore Art Museum’s newest contemporary art extension. Housed in the former Catholic High School, this multidisciplinary space is...
8 Queen St (6332 3222)
Fun theatre space that focuses on kid-centric activities and drama.
126 Cairnhill Rd (6735 9986)
The Action Theatre is housed within a pre-war two-storey bungalow house consisting of:
One intimate 100-seat studio...
42 Waterloo Street (6837 0842)
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Despite Singapore’s (somewhat unfair) branding as having a conservative, non-artistic government (exemplified earlier...
Time Out Singapore heads underground to the quirkiest collections you never knew existed in Singapore
Photo: 'Lightness of Being' (detail) by Chris Levine ($118,900)
Dr Alvin Koh
Alvin Koh, born and raised in Singapore,...
Barossa is a self-styled Australian restaurant and wine bar. Daven Wu asks, 'What's so Australian about miso cod fillet, mushroom soup,...
Chaozhou Inn is a Teochew restaurant that's stashed away in Parkway Parade. Daven Wu gives their oyster omelette, red garoupa and Four Treasures...
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