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Singapore Tourist Attractions

What Singapore Tourist Attractions are suitable for kids? Find out what are the things to do in Singapore for children.

Singapore Tourism has increased by leaps and bounds since our Casino hotels, Marina Bay Sands and Resorts World Singapore opened. Singapore's weather is 'tropical' all year round with plenty of sunshine and sporadic rain. Monsoon rain storms normally only occur in December, so it is a great opportunity to bring the kids out of doors for exercise.

Where is Singapore?

Formerly called 'Singapura', Singapore has been labelled the 'Little Red Dot' in the past by an extremely undiplomatic Indonesian President. It is a small island South of the Malaysian Peninsula.

Singapore is famous for having one of the most amazing men as Prime Minister, Lee Kwan Yew, Orchard Road and unfortunately, the country where the sale of chewing gum is banned and you can be caned for vandalism.

Singapore City is known for our shopping, but find the Real Singapore for yourself. You can book your tickets in advance on Sistic Online or at Sistic outlets.


Synopsis

Singapore Zoo boasts the world's first free-ranging orang utan habitat in a zoo. This environment showcases the charismatic apes, which are the Zoo's flagship species, in natural surroundings. The award-winning Jungle Breakfast with Wildlife programme allows visitors to get up close with these fascinating apes, alongside other animals such as elephants and a snake.

Also not to be missed is the Elephants of Asia exhibit, which features educational elements such as interactive signages and discovery stations. Catch the Elephants at Work and Play show here, which showcases the intelligence, strength and agility of these gentle giants.

Housed in a giant biodome, the Fragile Forest offers its residentslemurs, sloths, mousedeer and other animals a naturalistic environment where they are allowed to roam freely. Guests can walk alongside these fascinating animals as they go about their daily activities.

Australian Outback and the Great Rift Valley of Ethiopia, which is home to the hamadryas baboons, are other fascinating areas to be discovered. Guests will find themselves transported to another land as they immerse themselves in habitats representing the respective geographical regions.

Do not miss the all new Frozen Tundra, home to Singapore's very own polar bear, Inuka, and his new neighbours, raccoon dogs and wolverines. The Frozen Tundra is built to replicate the chilly climate of the arctic with its new water pool filled with giant ice blocks. Guests can sit comfortably in a viewing gallery to catch enriching token feedings sessions happening daily at 10am, 1pm and 4pm.

Venue

Singapore Zoo
80 Mandai Lake Road
Singapore 729826

Ticket Pricing

(Exclude Booking Fee)

Zoo Admission (with tram)
S$33 (Adult)
S$21 (Child)

Park Hopper tickets 2-in-1 (with tram)
- Zoo + Bird Park:
S$55 (Adult), S$35 (Child)

- Zoo + Night Safari:
S$64 (Adult), S$41 (Child)

Park Hopper tickets 2-in-1 (Admission)
- Zoo + River Safari:
S$50 (Adult), S$32 (Child)

Park Hopper tickets 3-in-1 (with tram)
- Zoo + Bird Park + Night Safari:
S$88 (Adult), S$56 (Child)

Park Hopper tickets 3-in-1 (Admission)
- Zoo + Night Safari + River Safari:
S$83 (Adult), S$53 (Child)

- Zoo + Bird Park + River Safari:
S$74 (Adult), S$47 (Child)

Park Hopper tickets 4-in-1 (Admission)
- Zoo + Night Safari + River Safari + Bird Park :
S$103 (Adult), S$65 (Child)

*Child refers to children from 3-12 years old.


Synopsis

Take a journey into seven geographical regions, from the Himalayan foothills to the jungles of Southeast Asia on a safari tram ride with live commentary. Guests can expect close encounters with Malayan tapirs, frisky deer and bizarre babirusas, or face off with roaring lions, tigers and majestic elephants aboard Night Safari's unique tram experience.

Explore the walking trails and come up close to the beautiful leopard, and feel the giant flying squirrel cruise above your head.

The Creatures of the Night Show featuring a star cast of nocturnal animals such as civets, the binturong and the serval will wow visitors with their natural talents and abilities. Also not to be missed is the breathtaking Thumbuakar show which features heart-pounding tribal dances with fire-eating stunts.

When hunger pangs strike, visitors can dine safari-style at the rustic Ulu Ulu Safari Restaurant, which offers guests a choice of an Asian or Indian buffet, as well as an array of local dishes such as chilli crab and laksa, guaranteed to tantalize tastebuds.

Venue

Night Safari
80 Mandai Lake Road
Singapore 729826

Ticket Pricing

(Exclude Booking Fee)

Night Safari Admission (with tram)
S$39 (Adult)
S$25 (Child)

Park Hopper tickets 2-in-1 (with tram)
- Night Safari + Bird Park:
S$61 (Adult), S$39 (Child)

- Night Safari + Zoo:
S$64 (Adult), S$41 (Child)

Park Hopper tickets 2-in-1 (Admission)
- Night Safari + River Safari
S$56 (Adult), S$36 (Child)

Park Hopper tickets 3-in-1 (with tram)
- Night Safari + Zoo + Bird Park:
S$88 (Adult), S$56 (Child)

Park Hopper tickets 3-in-1 (Admission)
- Night Safari + River Safari + Zoo
S$83 (Adult), S$53 (Child)

- Night Safari + Bird Park + River Safari
S$80 (Adult), S$51 (Child)

Park Hopper tickets 4-in-1 (Admission)
- Night Safari + Bird Park + River Safari + Zoo:
S$103 (Adult), S$65 (Child)

*Child refers to children from 3-12 years old.


Synopsis

River Safari is Singapore's newest wildlife park and as Asia's first and only river-themed wildlife park, It houses one of the world's largest collection of river-dwelling animals. The park is home to 42 endangered species from a collection of 5,000 animals inhabiting some of the world?s most iconic rivers such as the Amazon, Ganges and Mekong river.

Highlights
Come discover the world of river giants and megafishes in lofty tanks and luscious walk-through exhibits. Its must-see attractions include the Giant Panda Forest, Amazon Flooded Forest, Squirrel Monkey Forest and Mekong River.

Giant Panda Forest
It's 'panda-monium' with Kai Kai and Jia Jia, Singapore's very own giant pandas! Come see them at Southeast Asia's largest giant panda exhibit!

Amazon Flooded Forest
Every 6 months, torrential rains sweep across the Amazon, causing rivers to overflow and flood the rainforest. This phenomenon creates an aquatic wonderland abundant with food for fishes and river mammals to feast on. Experience the flooded forest and meet its inhabitants like the graceful manatee and the majestic arapaima in the world?s largest freshwater aquarium. Also, witness the playful giant river otter, seen for the first time in Asia, from an underwater tunnel.

Mekong River Simulating the deep waters of Southeast Asia's longest river, this 3-metre freshwater gallery houses the elusive and endangered Mekong giant catfish and the largest freshwater fish in the world, the giant freshwater stingray!

Squirrel Monkey Forest
Drop in on the liveliest habitat of Wild Amazonia! Walk through this forest and see what monkey business our troop of squirrel monkeys are up to!

Venue

River Safari
80 Mandai Lake Road
Singapore 729826

Ticket Pricing

(Exclude Booking Fee)

River Safari Admission
S$25 (Adult)
S$16 (Child)

Park Hopper tickets 2-in-1 (Admission)
- River Safari + Bird Park:
S$47 (Adult), S$30 (Child)

- River Safari + Night Safari:
S$56 (Adult), S$36 (Child)

- River Safari + Zoo:
S$50 (Adult), S$32 (Child)

Park Hopper tickets 3-in-1 (Admission)
- River Safari + Bird Park + Zoo:
S$74 (Adult), S$47 (Child)

- River Safari + Bird Park + Night Safari:
S$80 (Adult), S$51 (Child)

- River Safari + Night Safari + Zoo:
S$83 (Adult), S$53 (Child)

Park Hopper tickets 4-in-1 (Admission)
- River Safari + Bird Park + Night Safari + Zoo:
S$103 (Adult), S$65 (Child)

*Child refers to children from 3-12 years old.


Synopsis

Escape the hustle and bustle of the city into a sanctuary of serenity marked by spectacular landscapes. Home to more than 5,000 birds, Jurong Bird Park is Asia's largest bird paradise and one of Singapore's true hidden treasure.

Meander into South America's lush diversity at Jungle Jewels or relax at the 30m high waterfall at African Waterfall Aviary, the world's largest walk-in aviary. Explore Southeast Asian Birds Aviary's tropical paradise and meet Lory Loft's rainbow-coloured residents from Australia.

Be sure to catch the bird park's captivating bird shows which has entertained countless visitors. Venture into the Kings of the Skies show and be captivated by the crowd-favourite High Flyers Show. After that, have a delightful Lunch with Parrots where you will be tickled pink by the park's bird stars.

Get up close with the birds at our feeding sessions it's a marvellous sight as they flock to you to feed on their favourite foods. And go-behind-the-scenes at the Breeding & Research Centre, the bird park's nursery where eggs and chicks are nurtured into adults.

There's a world of colourful surprises out there and it's all right here at the Jurong Bird Park.

Venue

Jurong Bird Park
2 Jurong Hill
Singapore 628925

Ticket Pricing

(Exclude Booking Fee)

Bird Park Admission (with tram)
S$30 (Adult)
S$19 (Child)

Park Hopper tickets 2-in-1 (with tram)
- Bird Park + Zoo:
S$55 (Adult), S$35 (Child)

- Bird Park + Night Safari:
S$61 (Adult), S$39 (Child)

Park Hopper tickets 2-in-1 (Admission)
- Bird Park + River Safari:
S$47 (Adult), S$30 (Child)

Park Hopper tickets 3-in-1 (with tram)
- Bird Park + Zoo + Night Safari:
S$88 (Adult), S$56 (Child)

Park Hopper tickets 3-in-1 (Admission)
- Bird Park + River Safari + Zoo:
S$74 (Adult), S$47 (Child)

- Bird Park + Night Safari + River Safari:
S$80 (Adult), S$51 (Child)

Park Hopper tickets 4-in-1 (Admission)
- Bird Park + Night Safari + River Safari + Zoo:
S$103 (Adult), S$65 (Child)

*Child refers to children from 3-12 years old.


Synopsis

Fly with us to Sentosa, Mount Faber and Harbourfront, as you experience the only Cable Car ride in the world that leaves from a hill, goes over a stretch of forest, over a highway, through an office building, over a cruise centre, over the water and to an island of fun with the newest attractions in town, the Marine Life Park, Adventure Watercove, and Universal Studios Singapore.

Touted as the best ride with the best view, the iconic Cable Car ride puts a sky-high factor to your exciting day out at Sentosa, with plenty of photo opportunities against the captivating cityscape and harbour view.

In addition to complimentary admission into Sentosa, each Cable Car ticket adds to your fun quotient with access to Asia's First Cable Car Museum, to Mount Faber Park , one of Singapore's oldest hilltop parks and a haven of greenery, and Singapore's iconic hilltop destination, The Jewel Box at Mount Faber.

Monday - Sunday
8:45am to 10:00pm

Last boarding at 9:45pm

Venue

Mount Faber
HarbourFront Tower 2
Imbiah Station, Sentosa

Ticket Pricing

(Exclude Booking Fee)

Adult: S$26.00
Child: S$15.00 (3-12 years old)


Venue

Forest Adventure @ Bedok Reservoir Park

Ticket Pricing

(Exclude Booking Fee)

Standard
Adult (Grand Course): S$44
Junior (Grand Course): S$42
Child (Kids Course):S$32

Packages
Family Package Grand Course (2 Adults and 2 Juniors): S$162
Family Package Kids/Grand Course (2 Adults and 2 Child): S$130

Forest Adventure

Synopsis

Forest Adventure is thrilling fun for the whole family. Experience zipping through the air, jumping off the Tarzan Swing or balancing on some exhilarating bridges and obstacles. And all this knowing that you are safely attached at all times. Different courses allow both children and adults to join in the fun.

The Grand Course is for adults and teenagers who are at least 1.4m tall. There are 34 different obstacles. The course takes 2.5hrs to complete the entire course. Prior to departing on the course, participants will go through a thorough safety briefing, they then are free to enjoy the course at their own pace and without the presence of a guide. Instructors are patrolling form the ground at all times. Youth below the age of 18 must be accompanied by a participating adult. 1 adult can supervise 1 youth below 14 and 2 youths if at least one of them is above 14. Alternatively, 2 adults can supervise 3 youths between them.

The Kids Course is the ultimate experience and adventure for kids. The course has 16 crossings ending with a zip line. Instructors will attach the children to on-going safety line and after a short briefing on safety will let them experience the course by themselves assisting them only if needed. Allowing them to complete the course on their own will tremendously boast their team spirit and self-confidence. Adults can watch and encourage their kids from the trail below. Recommended for little monkeys between 5 and 10 years of age, measuring at least 1.1m.


Venue

Universal Studios Singapore, Resorts World™ Sentosa

Ticket Pricing

(Exclude Booking Fee)

One-Day Park Pass:
Adult (Ages 13 to 59): S$74*
Child (Ages 4 to 12): S$54*

Prices above include SISTIC fees
Valid on all days

Universal Studios Singapore

Synopsis

Go beyond the screen and Ride The Movies® at Universal Studios Singapore®. Only here can you experience cutting-edge rides, shows, and attractions based on your favourite blockbuster films and television series, including Sesame Street Spaghetti Space Chase, TRANSFORMERS The Ride: The Ultimate 3D Battle, Shrek 4-D Adventure, Jurassic Park Rapids Adventure®, and more!

Sesame Street® and associated characters, trademarks and design elements are owned and licensed by Sesame Workshop. © 2013 Sesame Workshop. All rights reserved. TRANSFORMERS and its logo and all related characters are trademarks of Hasbro and are used with permission. © 2013 Hasbro. All Rights Reserved. © 2013 DreamWorks L.L.C. and Paramount Pictures Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Shrek 4-D Adventure © 2013 DreamWorks Animation L.L.C. Jurassic Park ® & © Universal Studios/Amblin Entertainment. All rights reserved. UNIVERSAL STUDIOS, UNIVERSAL STUDIOS SINGAPORE, RIDE THE MOVIES, Universal Globe logo, and all Universal elements and related indicia™ & © Universal Studios. All Rights Reserved.


Adventure Cove Waterpark
Resorts World Sentosa

Promising endless splashes of fun, Adventure Cove Waterpark is an aquatic adventure park with something for everyone. Feel the adrenaline rush as you zoom down thrilling waterslides such as Southeast Asia’s first hydro-magnetic coaster. Chill out with friends at Bluwater Bay wave pool, or grab a tube and journey down Adventure River, passing through 14 stunning scenes including a tropical jungle garden and a grotto inhabited by whimsical sea creatures. Snorkel over a colourful coral reef with 20,000 friendly fish or wade amongst dozens of rays as you touch their velvety wings. For a day of wet and wild fun in the sun, come and experience it all at Adventure Cove Waterpark.


S.E.A. Aquarium
Resorts World Sentosa

Discover the awe-inspiring world of life in the ocean at the world’s largest aquarium accredited by GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™. Step into S.E.A. Aquarium and immerse yourself in a magical marine world seen through our planet’s largest window to the ocean. With more than 800 species of marine animals, the aquarium is home to majestic manta rays, enormous goliath grouper, napoleon wrasse, and other gentle giants of the sea. Come face-to-face with over 200 sharks and uncover the centuries of myths about these ocean predators. Sneak a peek at a moray eel in a rocky crevice or tour an underwater reef community. Discover and unfold the endless wonders of our blue planet at S.E.A. Aquarium.


Located in central Singapore and just five minutes away from Orchard Road (Singapore’s main shopping street), getting to the Gardens is easy!

Visitors can access the Gardens via its various major entrances. Knowing where to alight will help ensure that your visit is an enjoyable experience.

There are three gates leading to the various attractions in the Gardens:

Enter Via Tanglin Core  (Botany Centre, SBG Heritage Museum, CDL Green Gallery, Heritage Trail, Herbarium, Food For Thought, Swan Lake, Bandstand) => Tanglin Gate

Central Core  (National Orchid Garden, Ginger Garden, Palm Valley, Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage, Visitor Centre, Casa Verde, Halia Restaurant) => Nassim Gate

Bukit Timah Core (Eco-Lake, Jacob Ballas Children's Garden, NUS Alumni Guild House, NUS Law Faculty) => Bukit Timah Gate*

* The Botanic Gardens MRT Station (Circle Line) alights you at the Bukit Timah Gate.

Jacob Ballas Children's Garden

Don't forget to visit the children's garden nearby if you have time!

Singapore Botanic Gardens

History

Sir Stamford Raffles, the founder of Singapore and a keen naturalist, set up the first Botanic Garden on Government Hill at Fort Canning in 1822 mainly to introduce into cultivation economic crops such as nutmeg, clove and cocoa. This Garden was closed in 1829.

The Gardens at its present site was founded in 1859 by an Agri-Horticultural Society, and was later handed over to the government for maintenance. From an ornamental garden with roads, terraces, a bandstand and even a small zoo, it has come a long way in evolving into a leading equatorial botanic garden of 74 hectares.

The 150-year old Singapore Botanic Gardens is a star visitor attraction for the sophisticated traveller as well as the local resident. This Gardens possesses an array of botanical and horticultural attractions with a rich history and a wonderful plant collection of worldwide significance. Complementing these unique resources are sensitive developments providing visitors educational and recreational facilities.

There is a range of walking trail guides that you can refer to if you wish to explore the Gardens. With walking trails that range from 40 to 90 minutes in duration, there should be one that suits your needs.

1. Rain Forest Trail Guide

2. Ginger Garden Trail Guide

3. National Orchid Garden Trail Guide

4. Heritage Tree Trail Guide

5. Evolution Garden Trail Guide

6. Heritage Trail Guide

Guided Tours

Volunteers conduct different tours each weekend (held on Saturdays, except on the 5th Saturday of the month). These walking tours are free so pick one and bring your family and friends for a fun and educational day out!


Gardens by the Bay

Gardens by the Bay brings to life NParks' vision of creating a City in a Garden. The Gardens captures the essence of Singapore as the premier tropical Garden City with the perfect environment in which to live and work - making Singapore a leading global city of the 21st century.

Address

18 Marina Gardens Drive
Singapore 018953

Admission

Outdoor Gardens:  

5AM - 2AM daily   Free  

Conservatories:  

9AM - 9PM daily   $8 to $28  

OCBC Skyway:  

9AM - 9PM daily   $3 to $5


Singapore Flyer

Venue

30 Raffles Avenue

Tickets

Adult (13 years or older) S$33.00 Child* (3-12 years old) S$21.00 Senior (60 years or older) S$24.00

World's Largest Observation Wheel

Standing at a stunning 165m, the Singapore Flyer is the height of a 42 storey building. It is the perfect way to see Singapore's magnificent cityscape.

The ride takes 37 minutes and gives a 360 degree view of iconic and historical landmarks from Marina Bay to the Singapore River, Raffles Place, Merlion Park, Empress Place and the Pandang.


Singapore Science Centre

The Science Centre Singapore, a leading regional Science Centre, celebrates 35 years of promoting interest and creative learning in science and technology. It prides itself on making science an inspiring and exciting experience for people of all ages. Over the past 35 years, the Centre has been a custodian of creativity and innovation, capturing the evolution of scientific developments through unique and relevant exhibitions and shows and continues to ignite young minds and foster new generations of scientifically savvy Singaporeans.

Our many interactive exhibits, housed in 14 galleries, cover a wide range of topics related to science, technology and mathematics. There is an additional 20,000m2 of outdoor exhibition space showcasing the Waterworks exhibition, Kinetic Garden and Ecogarden. We also offer a wide range of enrichment programmes for students aimed at complementing the school's formal science education as well as enriching and fun events, competitions and outreach activities for everyone. The Science Centre, Omni-Theatre and Snow City have engaged and enriched more than 29.5 million students and visitors since 1977. 

This is my kids' favourite place in the whole of Singapore!

Location

15 Science Centre Road
Singapore 609081

Tel: (65) 6425-2500
Fax: (65) 6565-9533

Normal Operating Hours

Daily       10 am – 6 pm   

Last admission to Science Centre   5.15 pm

Omni-Theatre (Closed for renovations until May 2014)    

Daily        10 am – 6 pm (last show at 6pm)

Snow City

Daily        10 am – 6 pm     (last admission at 5pm)    
School & Public Holidays         10 am – 7 pm      (last admission at 6pm)  

Science Centre and Snow City Closures in 2014

Kindly note that the Science Centre and Snow City are closed on the following dates for maintenance works:     

  • 6 January 2014
  • 5 May 2014
  • 18 August 2014
  • 13 October 2014

We regret any disappointment this closure may cause. Thank you in advance for your kind understanding.


ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands® (Singapore)

10am to 7pm (Last admission at 6.00pm)

Venue

ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands

The world's first ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands is the Museum of Creativity, where the creative processes at the heart of art and science and their role in shaping society are explored.

Featuring 21 gallery spaces totaling 50,000 square feet, the boldly iconic lotus-inspired ArtScience Museum is also the premier venue for major international touring exhibitions from the most renowned collections in the world.

Travelling exhibitions on show at ArtScience Museum:

•
Ticket advisory:
For Group Sales and School Group enquiries: Please email museumgroupbooking@marinabaysands.com

IMPORTANT NOTICE
Tickets at the Singapore residents price are available at Marina Bay Sands box offices and SISTIC outlets. A valid identity card has to be presented for each admission ticket at the point of purchase. Random checks will be done at the point of entry; visitors who are unable to produce proof of eligibility will be required to upgrade to standard full price tickets


Asian Civilisations Museum

Located by the historic Singapore River, the Asian Civilisations Museum traces the cultural roots of Singaporeans. It features a diverse collection from Southeast Asia, South Asia, China and West Asia. The first museum in the region with a focus on Asian cultures, the ACM also presents a programme of changing special exhibitions throughout the year.

This is the museum to go to trace the cultural roots of modern Singapore through 5,000 years of Asian culture. Immerse yourself in the civilisations of China, Southeast Asia, South Asia and West Asia.

Venue

Asian Civilisation Museum

1 Empress Place, Singapore 179555

Ticket Pricing

(Exclude Booking Fee)

Standard: S$7

Opening hours

Daily: 10am - 7pm
Friday: 10am - 9pm

Admission : $5 per adult / Discounted admission on Fridays from 7-9pm

50% off admission for foreign seniors 60 years and above, and students everyday.

Free admission for NSFs, local seniors above 60 years old, local teachers and students and children below 6 years old.

Free guided tours from Monday - Sunday. Please call 6332 7798 to enquire.

Admission charges to special exhibitions may vary.


National Museum of Singapore

Singapore History Gallery
10am - 6pm, daily (last admission at 5.30pm)


Explore Singapore's history from the 14th century to the modern period in this 2,800-square-metre gallery which takes a story-telling approach, unveiling different perspectives as you travel through tales of the past on your preferred path. The Events path traces major events and characters that were part of Singapore's history, while the Personal path tells stories through the eyes of the man on the street.

Voyage through the drama of national events as well as the intimate stories of individuals, and appreciate the struggles of the early settlers. With an audio-visual guide that comes in four languages, listen to interesting insights and quips of your choice to complete this enriching journey. Our young visitors can learn just as much with a dedicated children's option in the audio-visual guide.

Singapore Living Galleries Overview
10am - 8pm, daily (last admission at 7.30pm)


Spanning a combined floor area of 1,321 square metres, the four Singapore Living Galleries use art, technology and popular culture in innovative and engaging ways to present the stories of Singapore's ordinary people and social elite. Through the themes of Film & Wayang, Photography, Food and Fashion, these Galleries present the complexities of the country's history, and the layered, multicultural identity of its people.

Moving away from static showcase displays, the Singapore Living Galleries employ multimedia, popular culture, and the involvement of young local talents in the presentation and reinterpretation of Singapore's history. The result is a rich content woven together by filmmakers, graphic designers, lighting specialists and sound designers.

The extensive collection of artefacts and memorabilia, together with the information presented in the Galleries, takes about 90 minutes to fully appreciate. Each of these Galleries has a second room which allows a more hands-on experience and in-depth exploration of the themes presented.

Venue

93 Stamford Road, Singapore 178897

National Museum of Singapore, Permanent Galleries, Level 2

Ticket Pricing (SISTIC)

(Exclude Booking Fee)

Standard: S$9

Opening hours :

Singapore History Gallery
Mon - Sun: 10am - 6pm
Last Entry into Gallery: 5.30pm

Singapore Living Gallery
Mon - Sun: 10am - 9pm
Last Entry into Gallery: 7.30pm

Admission : $10 per adult / Family (3 Adults & 2 children) - $30

Free admission to Singapore Living Galleries from 6-8pm daily

Free admission to Permanent galleries for NSFs, local seniors above 60 years old, local teachers and students and children below 6 years old.

Free guided tours from Monday to Sunday. Please call 6332 3659 to enquire.

Admission charges to special exhibitions may vary.

The National Museum of Singapore is the nation's oldest museum with a history dating back to its inception in 1887.


Peranakan Museum

The Peranakan Museum explores the culture of Peranakan communities in Southeast Asia. Installed in the former Tao Nan Chinese School, built in 1912, this intimate museum possesses one of the finest and most comprehensive collections of Peranakan objects. Galleries on three floors illustrate the cultural traditions and the distinctive visual arts of the Peranakans.

Aquaint yourself with the eclectic and vibrant heritage of the Babas and Nonyas in Singapore's first Peranakan Museum, with one of the world's best collections of Peranakan culture. Admire the intricately crafted jewellery, beaded slippers, gold and silver ornaments, textiles, ceramics and ornate furniture.

Venue

39 Armenian Street, Singapore 179941

Peranakan Museum

Ticket Pricing (SISTIC)

(Exclude Booking Fee)

Standard: S$5

Opening hours

Daily: 10am - 7pm
Friday: 10am - 9pm

Admission : $6 per adult

Discounted admission on Fridays from 7-9pm

50% off admission for foreign seniors 60 years and above, and students everyday.

Free admission to NSFs, local seniors above 60 years old, local teachers and students and children below 6 years old.

Free guided tours from Monday to Sunday, please call 6332 7591 to enquire.

Admission charges during special exhibitions may vary.


Singapore Art Museum (SAM)

71 Bras Basah Road, Singapore 189555

& SAM at 8Q - 8 Queen Street, Singapore 188535

Opening hours : Monday to Sunday 10am to 7pm (till 9pm on Fridays)

Admission : $10 per adult

Free admission on Fridays from 6-9pm.

50% discount off admission for foreign students and senior citizens 60 years and above everyday.

Free admission to NSFs, local seniors above 60 years old, local teachers and students and children below 6 years old.

Free guided tours from Monday to Sunday, please call 6332 3222 / 6332 3200 to enquire.

The Singapore Art Museum presents contemporary art practices of Singapore and the Southeast Asian region.


Singapore Philatelic Museum

23-B Coleman Street, Singapore 179807

Opening hours : Monday 1-7pm / Tuesday to Sunday 9am - 7pm

Admission : $6 per adult / $4 for children 3-12 years old

Free admission to NSFs, local seniors 60 years and above, local teachers and students, and children below 3 years old.

Postage stamps are miniature pieces of art that feature the significant events, history, heritage and cultures of a country. The Singapore Philatelic Museum is the first of its kind in the region, with a fascinating array of 15,000 philatelic artefacts, colourful and interactive exhibitions. This is ideal for a fun and educational experience.

Letters and postcards mailed at the museum's sub-post office receive a special postmark which makes a great heritage souvenir, and print your very own personalised stamps at the museum shop!

;D This is my daughters' favourite museum. It must be one of the most nerdy places in Singapore for kids, so no crowds!


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