The museum is packed with a lot of information in a relatively small space and includes the room where the surrender was signed. It is all very well done and interesting, plus the building it is in and the location are both pleasant. There are not that many original artifacts however which is a pity though it is more of an education centre than a museum in that sense.
You can get here cheaply by MRT to Clementi and bus 184 from there though you do need to know what you are doing and it would be quite a long trip. For a tourist with only a day or too I'd recommend just taking a cab out and combining it with a trip to Kranji which is only a few more minutes up the road. In my opinion the two are the best/most moving WW2 related sites in Singapore - both are also outside the hustle and bustle of the city centre and allow you to imagine more easily what things would have looked like back then when Singapore was much greener and less developed.
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