Asian Civilization Museum, Singapore

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  • Address: 1 Empress Pl, Singapore 179555
  • Timings: 10:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +65-63327798
  • Ticket Price: 8 SGD
  • Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
  • Tags: Art And Culture, Museum
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About Asian Civilization Museum, Singapore

This Asian Civilizations Museum is different from other historical museums in this city. A deeper and a broader view, of the earliest inhabitants of Singapore, is provided at this place. There are 11 galleries that showcase 1300 artifacts. Instead of telling stories verbally, here interactive and multimedia components are used. The modernly displayed exhibits and the You can opt for in-gallery videos and virtual hosts too. In this museum you can find a gift shop, a restaurant, a function room and a fully-equipped auditorium.

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Asian Civilization Museum Information

  • Purchase a Peranakan Museum and Asian Civilisations Museum joint ticket for discounted admission.
  • Don’t forget to see the gallery that is dedicated completely to Singapore river.

Asian Civilization Museum Ticket Prices

  • Adult $8, Concession $4.
  • Free entry for children till 6 years.

How To reach Asian Civilization Museum by Public Transport

  • 5-minute walk from the Raffles Place MRT station.

Restaurants Near Asian Civilization Museum

  • Restaurant 1827 Thai
  • Southbank Thai Restaurant
  • SU Korean Cuisine

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  • 9.99% of people who visit Singapore include Asian Civilization Museum in their plan

  • 39.5% of people plan their visit to Asian Civilization Museum between 12 PM - 1 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr 30 Minutes to see Asian Civilization Museum

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93.36% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Asian Civilization Museum

People normally club together St Andrews Cathedral and Science Center while planning their visit to Asian Civilization Museum.

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Asian Civilization Museum, Singapore Reviews

  • EMPRESS: Delicious Asian food done in an innovative way. the atmosphere is really nice with large windows looking out into the canals(Boat Quay), and lots of natural light. If you are driving, there isn't parking at the venue -- you have to park in a building nearby (eg: National Gallery)

  • I was surprised to find this museum organized thematically rather than by race or culture. It takes a holistic view and approach to the Asian Civilization. As a result, it avoids the ugly comparisons and competition between modern day countries where all these cultures resides today. The main themes are: Trade, Faith and Religion, Designs and Materials. The museum comprises of the old colonial building and a new modern wing. The flow between the old and new building is confusing to the first time visitor. Guided tours are available. I recommend taking advantage of these tours.

  • ACM is one of the most visited museum in my list. There are a lot to see in their permanent galleries. Rotated galleries tend to bring in amazing works as well. Layout are arranged nicely so you won't get lost while going from one gallery to another. Located in Boat Quay just a few minutes across Fullerton Hotel, your feet won't stop even after you stepped out of this museum.

  • A lovely museum. Took a free guided tour. Lovely experience. Keep an eye out for smooth coated otters when you do the river side walk.

  • Awesome place to learn about the rich tapestry of Asian history in Singapore. Some of the ways artifacts are displayed are truly artistic. However the highlight is the tours. Scholarly but enjoyable.

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