This 1910 building evokes the serenity of its era in its arched verandas, balanced symmetry, and dignified proportions ... More
Asian Civilisations Museum
This 1910 building evokes the serenity of its era in its arched verandas, balanced symmetry, and dignified proportions fashionable in the 19th century England. A Sri Lankan figurine of Buddha, Islamic art and calligraphy, South-east Asian tribal wood carvings and other ethnographic collections trace Singapore's diverse cultural and religious origins to all over Asia. The Asian Civilisations Museum, however, leans heavily towards Chinese cultural heritage, with two-thirds of the galleries focusing on artifacts from China, with jade, ceramics, bronzes, and folk art, dating from the Neolithic Age to the 20th Century.
Facing the Singapore Recreation Club at the southwestern end of a long open field, The Padang , Singapore's second oldest
surviving social club. Founded in 1852, the Singapore Cricket Club carries a nostalgic colonial charm with its brown tiled ...
This is one of Singapore's fantastic exhibitions of classical Chinese art. Established in 1975, Tzen Gallery specializes mainly in famous
19th century Chinese paintings and works from contemporary masters in China and the South east Asian region. Displayed in ...
Founded in 1926, the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum displays a wide range of Japanese art forms in its six huge
galleries. Apart from organizing exhibitions of traditional Japanese crafts, graphic design, and calligraphy by contemporary Japanese artists, the museum ...