We visited the National Museum of Singapore on 14 Oct 2014.Located at Stamford road , between the City Hall and Doby Ghaut MRT station ,near the SM University.
The building itself was an awesome colonial style.Some exhibition take place on the front of the museum.
Admission is 10 SGD for foreigner, to enter the History Gallery and free to the Living Gallery from 6-8 pm.
As we entered the museum , we were given a tablet , contains all the info of exhibits inside.We just input the numbers seen on the floor to the tablet ,then we can listen to infos through the earphone.Its free.As we go inside the Museum , we experienced the 360 degree theatre titled Singapore in 1 hour.
Educational artifacts ,infos can be seen ,and experienced.The history and the beginning of Singapore, can be viewed in another theatre.
Great history of Sir Stanford Raffles and William Farquhar and his collections of water paintings are displayed,
Its worthed to spend some time in this museum,as the exhibits were educational and superbly displayed.The staffs are very friendly and helpful.
After we spend 3 hours inside, we enter the souvenir shop, and saw 2 restos beside the shop.
This attraction earns our recommendation to be visited.
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