Later, he went to visit the Malay Traditional Culture Museum, whose predecessor was the Palace. After watching the architectural appearance, most of the tourists left in a hurry. We give full play to the advantages of free travel, where the quiet and spacious courtyard shade, sit down to rest and read the relevant scenic spots. Subsequently, they bought tickets of NT$4 per person to visit the cultural museum. There is no Chinese introduction here, so they can only look at pictures and objects to get a general understanding of the cultural life of local Malaysians. The layout of the whole cultural hall is novel, with a short history, fewer visitors and fewer visitors. I happened to meet a group of Chinese tourists. I took the opportunity to hear an introduction. In many old photos, the tour guide explained one of them. The man standing is Singapore's first Sudan, and his head is on a thousand-dollar new coin. Next to him was his Chinese wife, who was very different in age. The beautiful woman still lives in Singapore at the age of over 90. She donated a lot of clothes and other cultural relics in this cultural museum.
It's beautiful. There's a church next door. It's beautiful. If you like to take pictures, you can go shopping and take many beautiful pictures. It is a place where we can get a preliminary understanding of Malay culture. Tickets are needed and shoes need to be taken off when visiting the pavilion, but after walking around, the soles of feet are really clean. The uncle at the door was friendly and chatted with me. Amiable and easy of approach.
The Malay Museum of Traditional Culture, with a history of more than 150 years, is just across the Arab Street from the famous Sudanese Mosque. Its predecessor is the former Malay Palace of Ganbang Gnam. The renovated Malay Traditional Culture Museum plays a role in showing the Malays in Singapore their origins, development and changes, cultural traditions and the process of building Singapore. The Malay Traditional Culture Museum has nine exhibition halls, including batik cloth art, pottery art, traditional game competition, Malay martial arts, Malay cultural performance, Ganbang Gannan Heritage Trail and Art Collection Museum, etc. Here visitors can experience batik and other technologies, and take the finished works home as souvenirs. They can also experience the endless fun of traditional Malay games and traditional Malay self-defense skills. They can go back to the Ganbang Gannan Trail where Malays first settled in Singapore, learn Malay dance and diversified Malay culture, and enjoy various collections. So if you want to have a deeper understanding of Singapore Malays and Malay culture, this is a good place to learn. Open time - "Monday closed, Tuesday to Sunday - "10:00-18:00 (final entry time 17:30) Tickets: 4 new coins (about 20 yuan) Adult Transport - "Metro Bugis Station (EW12) Telephone - "(65) 63910450
The Malay Heritage Center in Singapore is a very worthwhile place to visit. Singapore was originally separated from Malaysia and deeply influenced by Malay culture. So if you want to know more about Malay traditional culture and customs, you might as well take a walk here, look at exhibits, listen to lectures, and you may have unexpected receipts.
The former Malay Palace now mainly shows the origin, history and material culture of the Malays in Singapore. It shows the roots and history of the Malays in Singapore, sometimes with performances and activities. Looking at the high-rise buildings in the distance, I can feel the heavy history here, and I feel a sense of time and space shuttle.
The Malay Traditional Culture Museum, also known as the Old Palace of the Sudan, is located in the Ganbang Gnan National Culture Zone along with the Yala Street and the Sudanese Hui Church. Here we show the history, life and cultural records of the Ganbang Gannan Malay ethnic group in Singapore, and tell about the origin, struggle, dream of the Malays in Singapore and their role in national construction. The Malay Traditional Culture Museum is now the center of Malay Cultural Relics. Now the palace has been transformed into a magnificent museum with nine exhibition halls inside. There are also shops, performance plazas, auditoriums and cooked food centers. The square is beautiful, the sky is blue and the streets are small.
Originally the Sultan Palace, now it is the Malay Traditional Culture Museum. The subway can reach the direction of the Sultan's return to the church by walking to the Wuji Station. After visiting Hazhi Lane, you can visit it. The ticket is not expensive about 20 RMB. It is a good place for tourists to understand Malay culture.
To the colorful Arab Street, we will go to the Malay Traditional Culture Museum, a quiet and peaceful imperial garden predecessor, a Malay Palace which has experienced more than 150 years of wind and frost, an elegant fountain on the green lawn under the sunshine and wind, nine exhibition halls are built in the Museum, and various cultural heritage activities such as batik cloth crafts, ceramics, martial arts are open to the public. Check it out.
The Malay Museum of Traditional Culture once again witnessed the importance of English. It was thought that Singapore's museums had at least Chinese annotations. All in English. It was hard to talk about domestic routines and other tour guides. As a result, the English language was totally unintelligible. She felt that she was in a hurry and ended in minutes.