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Museum of Asian Civilizations

The Museum of Asian Civilizations has two branches in Singapore; the main museum at the Empress Place Building (and the old Tao Nan school building at Armenian Street. It takes about 15 minutes to walk from one museum building to the other. The Empress Palace Building is approximately a 5-minutes walk away from Raffles MRT Station, and branch at Armenian Street is a 5-minutes walk away from City Hall MRT.

Singapore Art Museum

The Singapore Art Museum holds a wide range of South East Asian Modern and Contemporary Art. The main objective of the museum is to collect and conserve artworks representative of the South East Asian region; curate, organise and produce exhibitions, publications and public education programmes to promote awareness, appreciation and discussion on visual arts. The Singapore Art Museum is located at a 10 minutes walk from Dhoby Gaut / City Hall MRT station.

Singapore History Museum

Established in 1887, the Singapore History Museum offers its visitors a splendid look into Singapore's history. The museum is located at the Riverside Point, closest MRT Station is Clarke Quay. Currently the museum is undergoing an extensive reorganization and development and is scheduled to reopen in 2006.

Sentosa Island

Sentosa Island lies just down 15 minutes away from Singapore's city center. Sentosa Island features many interesting places to spend your time, from the artificial beaches of Palawan to the magnificent Underwater World. Sentosa Island can be reached easily; take the MRT to station Waterfront, there take a shuttle bus. However, it is more fun to take the cable ride to Sentosa as it will give you the chance of having a nice view over the city and the island. Here is a list of the many things you can do at the island:


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