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Singapore Art Museum, Singapore
(3.5/5 based on 400+ reviews on the web)
Explore contemporary works by prominent Southeast Asian artists and more at Singapore Art Museum. This site is known for housing international works as well as the premier collection of Southeast Asian art in the world. Step inside the museum, which sits inside a restored 19th-century mission school. See the works of local favorites, including Cheo Chai Hiang, Dinh Q Le, and Natee Utarit. Take a tour of the museum to further your understanding of these exhibitions, participate in an educational program or workshop, or visit one of the many temporary collections on display here. With our online itinerary creator, Singapore attractions like Singapore Art Museum can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • A half day out of the sun and heat. Some really interesting and inspired pieces of art. My daughter has an interest in studying art and this exhibition helped her to understand that art is in everythi...  more »
  • This is out of the subway, in front of the Museum. Even though museums and contemporary art, so occupy the most solid objects. Also widely where solid objects that require some width, but many do not. Wanted Japan to explain but everything was English, so if possible. No such earphones. Delicious restaurant in the Museum of fine arts, is high.
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  • We went there for an exhibition - 'Imaginarium' and the experience was very good and enriching. It was quite informative and the exhibits were very interactive and beautiful. there were several short ...  more »
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  • I find the multi level pricing absurd. This happens all over Singapore. Charge foreigners more than locals. When I was asked if I was a PR or a Long term Visa, I said Long Term Visa, ... I pay taxes, LOTS . So I should be able to atleast pay the price of the local... No, it seems the only way I can get in for five dollars cheaper is to send my sons to National service. Singapore, you are driving me nuts, Australians, Canadians, and Americans do not charge extra to their guests... yet you find ways of chipping away and pissing people off. Good will is going out the door .
  • Museum for those who are into contemporary art. Some were interesting, some were weird. IG 📷: thearchitectdraws
  • Went there for the biennale this year, really good exhibition.
  • A great place to relax, find inspiration and see some amazing installations. Open late Friday to reset and get ready for the weekend.
  • Great place to visit. I enjoyed the exhibitions that were featured there. Defintely would recommend Singaporeans and Permanent Residents to visit as admission is free and it is convenient to access as the closest MRT station, Bras Basah, is nearby.