Monday, February 22, 2021
Thursday, February 18, 2021
|"The Eurasian Heritage Gallery encapsulates the rich history and culture of the small but vibrant Eurasian community in Singapore who have contributed to nation-building since the 1800s. The blend of European and Asian led to an ever-evolving unique Eurasian culture. Some have even traced their family trees back fourteen generations to the 1600s!"|
👉 Visit the official gallery website.
Monday, February 15, 2021
Wednesday, February 10, 2021
|"Originally known as Wan Qing Yuan, this villa was bought by Teo Eng Hock in 1905 as a retirement home for his mother’s twilight years. He later offered the villa to Dr. Sun for his revolutionary activities. It was in this villa that Dr. Sun planned three uprisings before the successful Wuchang Uprising of 1911."|
👉 Find out more.
Sunday, February 7, 2021
|"The Singapore Maritime Gallery tells the story of Singapore’s transformation from a thriving trading post into a premier Global Hub Port and the world’s leading International Maritime Centre. Seize the opportunity to experience our rich maritime heritage, while learning about the vital link between the maritime industry and our daily lives."|
👉 Find out more.
|The popular heritage wall and kite-flying ground at Marina South Pier|
Thursday, February 4, 2021
CosmicWander Founder Choy Ka Fai packed his bags a few years ago, and set out on an extensive research trip across Asia. His goal: to learn about dance, shamanism and the supernatural.
The 18-month adventure led Ka Fai to remote mountains, rolling hills, dynamic cities and close encounters with more than 50 spirit mediums. On his journeys, the wanderer witnessed fascinating rituals and ceremonies, and experienced altered states of consciousness. Returning with inspiring stories about spirituality and transcendence, he speculates on alternative modes of knowing and being as well as realms of reality other than our own.
As the SGH Museum is under renovation, a mini SGH Museum gallery is set up at SingHealth Tower (Outram Community Hospital), Level 6, near Lift Lobby C.
|"Celebrating the rich tapestry and vibrant beauty of the Peranakan culture and heritage, Raffles Boutique and Singapore’s Peranakan home museum, The Intan presents an exclusive retail collection of exquisite decorative items and gifts, home and tableware accent pieces and fashion accessories launched under the new Raffles x The Intan Atelier collaboration. Featuring intricately designed and hand crafted porcelain products and fashion jewellery that showcase the contemporary elegance of the distinctive Peranakan story, they make for treasured gifts and precious keepsakes."|
👉 THE INTAN ATELIER COLLECTION AT RAFFLES