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Best things to do in Singapore

Art Museum
“Great place to spend the day with a friend. There is something very intriguing about modern art.”
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Political
“A Must Go, for latest insights into Singapore's History and its place in South East Asia, and the Region.”
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Roof Deck
“Beautiful building that is the ex-Supreme Court. For families with kids, there are permanent exhibits for kids.”
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Art Museum
“Another one of our Art Scene Icon here. Admittedly small, but its architecture dates back near the colonial days!”
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History Museum
“Featuring findings from archaeological digs in and around Singapore, as well as antiquities from the region, ACM illuminates the role and connectivity of an ancient Asian city port. Of course, please take a stroll along Singapore River and soak in the history of modern Singapore.”
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Library
“15km from D'summit residences. Johor Chinese Heritage Museum where you can learn about how the Chinese migrants came to Johor which dates back to the Ming and Qing Dynasties as early as the 1414th century. 新山华族历史文物馆,你可以了解中国移民如何来到柔佛,其历史可以追溯到1414世纪的明清时期”
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Art Museum
“Great Place to visit. Check out their website to see what exhibition is currently running. ”
Door 4 locals aangeraden
History Museum
“This History of the convergence of Malay and Chinese cultures, is being retold through the Peranakan Museum, located a short walk from Jayleen Clarke Quay Hotel”
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Museum
“Great place to spend a half day, including the IMAX theatre adjacent to it.”
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History Museum
“trace the footsteps of Singapore's early pioneers and discover the personal stories of people who made Chinatown their home.”
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Museum
“Major China Dato' Tan Hiok Nee (Chinese: 陳旭年; pinyin: Chén Xùnián; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Tân Hiok-nî; a.k.a. Tan Yeok Nee; 1827 – 21 May 1902) was the leader of the Ngee Heng Kongsi of Johor, succeeding Tan Kee Soon in circa 1864, he transformed the Ngee Heng Kongsi of Johor from a quasi-military revolutionary brotherhood, based in the rural settlement of Kangkar Tebrau, into an organisation of kapitans, kangchus, and revenue farmers, based in the state capital of Johor Bahru. His grandson Tan Chin Hian, was the chairman of the Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce, Singapore Teochew Poit It Huay Kuan and Ngee Ann Kongsi Singapore for many years.”
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Museum
“If you like art and design, this place is for you. It will take around an hour to finish the whole exhibition. Do not hesitate to take a look to its boutique and café as well. ”
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Monument / Landmark
“It traces Dr Sun Yat Sen's revolutionary activities in the Southeast Asian region and highlights Singapore and Nanyang’s contributions to the 1911 Revolution, as well as the impact of the 1911 Revolution on Singapore and Nanyang in general. The revamped memorial hall, which re-opened on 8 October 2011, houses a collection of interesting artefacts including original photos, paintings and calligraphy works handwritten by Dr. Sun.”
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Museum
“Toy musuem that has a collection of vintage toys, even those from McDonald's when they served for Happy Meals”
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Museum
“This Composite Attraction, will showcase the Singapore Growth Story, coupled with the need for National Defence, and the National Service (Military). This is done is a way with Movie screenings, history walks, in a way that entertains and appeals to young school going children, as well as Adults who are interested to know about Singapore's Story.”
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