1. National Gallery Singapore
Occupying two national monuments, the former Supreme Court and City Hall, the National Gallery is home to the world’s largest public collection of Singapore and Southeast Asian modern art.
2. Asian Civilisations Museum
This museum traces the historical connections between Asia’s myriad of cultures through thematically organised galleries: Trade, Faith and Belief, and Materials and Design.
“Photo buffs will like Objectifs – Centre for Photography and Film” — Karin Choo, Leading Flight Stewardess
3. ArtScience Museum
The likes of Leonardo da Vinci, Salvador Dali and Vincent van Gogh have all had their works showcased here, while science-related exhibitions explore everything from particle physics to marine biology and big data.
For the shutterbugs: The Singapore International Photography Festival happens from July to September. Expect seminars, tours and more.
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