South-east Asia's first philatelic museum was opened in 1995 and holds an extensive collection of local and international ... More
Singapore Philatelic Museum
South-east Asia's first philatelic museum was opened in 1995 and holds an extensive collection of local and international stamps dating back to the 19th century. Anything related to stamps can be found here like first day covers, artwork, printing proofs, progressive sheets, even a number of private collections. Equipped with interactive exhibits, audio-visual facilities, a resource center and games, visitors are likely to come away with a new-found interest in stamp collecting.
A modest construction comprising only a court and a shrine room, this was the first Chinese temple in Singapore. Erected
in 1820, it was rebuilt in 1825 as a Shentoist (a combination of Buddhism, Confucianism and Taoism) temple and ...
Designed and built according to the Chinese concept of geomancy, Far East Square reconstructs Chinatown the way it was in
the old days. The streets are lined with shops bearing architecture dating back to 1840. The structural details and ...
The newly remodeled museum provides a multi sensory experience designed to guide you through Singapore's evolution from a fishing village
to a cosmopolitan city. The journey begins at Four Winds of Singapore, a multimedia exhibit honoring Singapore's diversity and ...