This is an interesting museum if you have no understanding of the origins of the Chinese in Singapore. The museum is in the heart of Chinatown - look for the rickshaw at the front, and a few metres from the Chinatown MRT stop. The $10 entry fee is just OK. Some of the displays are looking a little tired and good do with a clean and some glue - but overall this provides a good sense of life, its challenges and some customs that still dominate Singapore today. There is a lift for those who will have trouble going up and down the stairs. There are some very steep stairs at the end of the tour - suggest if you are a bit unsteady on your feet to back down using the lift. Photography allowed. Fairly interactive - the children visiting when I was there seemed engaged.
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