City Hall Building, Singapore
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MRTのシティーホール駅から直ぐです(笑)。交通は便利です。イギリスの文化が多数残っており、有名なけんぞうぶつのほか、橋も現役で使われています。F1グランプリ開催期間中は、異文化交流と近代レースの両方が楽しめます。Is immediately from the City Hall MRT station (laughs). Transportation is convenient. Zoubutsu famous fight, and there is plenty of British culture, as well as the bridge used in active service. During the F1 Grand Prix offers both the modern race and intercultural exchange.show original
Tonight walking around all the migrants from the Philippines were on the floor on mats and blankets playing music singing with it and eating local food Simply beautifully keeping there own culture
City Hall is a Singaporean national monument, gazetted in 1992. It was built between 1926 and 1929 and was originally called the Municipal Building, until 1951 when Singapore was granted city status b... read more »
Beautifully restored from the former supreme Court and city hall with many of the exhibits integrated with the original furnishing of the court rooms, even the holding cells were kept! It is also a superbly family friendly museum with dedicated children gallery with rotating installations designed just for children. But bear in mind, no wheelies and balloons allowed in the "adult" galleries but you can keep balloons in their free lockers. Check w the very friendly and helpful staff stationed throughout the place!
Even if you only look around for free it's already very amazing. The collection looks really good and it seems to be a great place for kids. The store has some good stuffs too. Really like this place. Want to come here again someday.
Pretty interesting collections despite part of the place still being done up. Signage can be better. The interior is quite well preserved. Get a glimpse of the CJ Chambers and Office. Personal favourite is the Wu Guan Zhong exhibition.
Vio le toon is good!
Finally a gallery that singaporeans can be proud of. And what better place to host it than in the historical supreme court and city hall buildings. Great selection of SE asian art and lovely interior design (its straight lines kinda reminds me Singapore as a nation of order).
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