I visited the museum on a rainy Saturday. It was quiet and relaxing because of a few visitors. The staff was friendly, and the entrance fee was SGD 8. It is cheaper if you purchase TripAdvisor's tick...
We've enjoyed many exhibitions at the ACM. Recommend checking online for details and any deals. Gorgeous building to enjoy too. Usually we eat at Prive cafe there as well. Then walk aloong the tiver o...
Visited the Asian Museum of Civilisation on the National Day as the museum was offering a free admission promotion. Interesting collection but not too many changes since my visit a few years ago. Th...
This museum is a wonderful place to lose half a day easily and I did! Great, well run museum with excellent staff. The whole experience was educational, informative and fascinating. Loved it and will ...
The Asian Civilizations Museum is the first of its kind in the region as it is the first museum that is dedicated solely to Pan-Asian civilizations and cultures. While visiting, visitors can not only explore the beautiful architecture of the museum's building that was built in 1910, but they can also take a tour of all the artifacts in 11 different galleries, including pieces from the Singapore River, Southeast Asia, West Asia, China and South Asia. Some must see artifacts include a Sri Lankan figurine of Buddha, tribal wood carvings from Southeast Asia and the collection of white Dehua porcelain.
Empress Place Building
Raffles Landing Site
"Western-style""TOP Star ☆☆☆"
"Japanese""TOP Star ☆"
Song Fa Bak Kut Teh
"Southeast Asian""Famous Restaurants"
The Fullerton Hotel Singapore (Staycation Approved)
Hotel Clover 5 HongKong Street (Staycation Approved)
Hotel Bencoolen@Hong Kong Street (Staycation Approved)