Travel to Singapore – Part 6– Museums in Singapore
Singapore is home to many museums that interest locals and tourists alike. Singapore Science center among them is most popular with over 850 exhibits and 1 million visitors a year.
Singapore Science centre wth over 850 exhibits spread over eight exhibition galleries, it sees over a million visitors a year
NUS museums located in between the tranquil surroundings at Kent Ridge Cresent. It offers a memorable experience for those who have the taste for ancient culture and tradition.
Asian Civilizations Museum focuses on the Chinese civilization and culture.
Singapore Philatelic Museum welcomes all those who have taste for the history. Both stamp lovers and non-stamp collectors this is a perfect place to enrich your knowledge and visualize the past.
Singapore Mint Coin Gallery reveals the collection of coins, medals and medallions from all the corners of the world.
Royal Selangor Pewter Museum is a collection of Pewter items ranging from tobacco box to oil lamps. Pewter an alloy of tin, copper and antimony is the specialty of South East Asia
Republic of Singapore Navy Museum exhibits the development of the naval forces in Singapore Straits Settlements Royal Volunteer Reserve of the 19th century to today's Republic of Singapore Navy. It is a place worth seeing.
Republic of Singapore Air Force Museum in a similar manner exhibits the development Republic of Singapore Air Force from its early days as the Royal Air Force in 1927 to the present.