If you go to Singapore City Planning Exhibition Hall on Sunday, remember that it closes at 3:00 p.m., and you don't need money to enter it. The whole exhibition hall presents a sense of modernization, and you can understand the development process from Fishport to trade center.
Singapore's Urban Planning Exhibition Hall has carried out projects such as Singapore's historical transformation, current land reclamation and future water conservancy projects. It can also seamlessly integrate all aspects of Singapore's tourism, such as Chinatown and Malay enclaves. Starting with the public housing project, and with its latest efforts around the coastal bay and the development of the garden city of the whole city.
In the vicinity of Niucheshui, unfortunately, the second floor and the third floor did not open (it seems that during this period of time, there are English notifications beside the elevator). There are only some exhibitions on the first floor. There are not many people, and it's good to go shopping. Next to going out, there is Maxwell Food Center Food Street.
Career reasons must be visited. It's very close to the Red Museum. Singapore is really small.
Tickets - "Free. Opening hours - "Monday to Saturday 9:00-17:00, Sunday, public holidays closed. The exhibition hall occupies three floors and has 10 theme areas. In addition to the large-scale city model, the highlights of the museum are an audio-visual exhibition entitled "Understanding Singapore" and a camera on the roof with a bird's eye view of the ground.
The Singapore Urban Planning Exhibition Hall is currently closed for renovation, but the first floor area of the Singapore Model Map is still open and free, providing a good overview of Singapore. Opposite is the Maxwell Food Center, where you can enjoy Singapore's delicacies.
I like Singapore very much as a small country. It is clean, orderly, civilized and beneficial. Niucheshui, Yugu tea. Both are good.