• Top 3 Museums to Visit | Singapore Travel

    Watch more How to Visit Singapore videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/512541-Top-3-Museums-to-Visit-Singapore-Travel Planning a trip to Singapore? Learn about the top museums to visit and what makes them special in this travel video. Hint: Don't miss the Asian Civilizations Museum, which is dedicated to the appreciation of Singapore's different cultures. Visiting Singapore’s museums is a great way to learn about the rich cultures that characterize this diverse island. Dig into the history of Singapore at the National Museum of Singapore. This is officially Singapore’s oldest museum, it has kept up with the island’s history even while it was happening. But that doesn’t mean it’s stuck in the past–the museum uses film and other technology in its events and exhibits, in order to educate v...

    published: 04 Aug 2013
  • The National Museum of Singapore

    The National Museum of Singapore is the oldest museum in Singapore. Its history dates back to 1849 when it was started as a section of a library at Singapore Institution. After several relocations, the Museum was relocated to its permanent site at Stamford Road at the Museum Planning Area in 1887. The museum focuses on exhibits related to the history of Singapore. The Museum is one of the four national museums in the country, the other three being the two Asian Civilisations Museums and the Singapore Art Museum. The Museum was named the National Museum of Singapore in 1965. For a brief period between 1993 and 2006, it was known as the Singapore History Museum, before reverting back to its previous name. The Museum underwent a three-and-a-half-year restoration and reopened on 2006, with th...

    published: 02 Jan 2014
  • Trip to the Art Science Museum (vlog)

    * Made a spelling mistake at the end, sorry about that!!! * Haven't done these things in awhile but had an amazing time with my good bud Magnus at the Singapore Art Science Museum! We went for the Future World exhibition that's still happening right now, so if you love all things art and science (and futuristic), you should definitely go for the exhibition while it's still around! Thank you for watching, I hope you enjoyed this very silly video and here's to (hopefully) more videos! Instagram: @deniseteojiaqi Tumblr: http://deniseteojiaqi.tumblr.com

    published: 03 Apr 2016
  • Alive Museum Singapore Review | Tiffany Yong

    This is a short video to show what my friends and I did at the @AliveMuseumSG at Suntec City to create the funny and weird photos on the article: http://tiffanyyong.com/2014/08/11/tips-surviving-alive-museum-singapore/

    published: 18 Aug 2014
  • New! at the National Museum of Singapore

    It's been buzzing over at the National Museum of Singapore with new installations, galleries and revamps! Story of the Forest: http://bit.ly/2hirF0b Singapore, Very Old Tree: http://bit.ly/2hiXPca Art Of The Rehearsal: http://bit.ly/2hmOcVG

    published: 24 Dec 2016
  • Museums in Singapore

    Museums in Singapore World Travel https://www.youtube.com/user/World1Tube Singapore Travel Guide, Tourism http://goo.gl/wa0u86 Asian Civilisations Museum This intriguing museum, housed in the restored Empress Place Building, focuses on a broad and in-depth perspective of pan-Asian culture and civilisations. It houses 11 galleries containing over 1,300 artefacts from civilisations of China, South East Asia, South Asia and the Islamic societies of West Asia. Free guided tours in English are available. The location of the museum was once a government office and overlooks the mouth of the Singapore River. Opening Times: Mon 1300-1900, Tues-Sun 0900-1900 (until 2100 Fri). Admission Fees: Yes Disabled Access: Yes Unesco: No Address: 1 Empress Place, Singapore, Singapore Changi Chapel & Museu...

    published: 22 Nov 2013
  • Trick Eye & Love Museum in Seoul, South Korea

    Today we get lost in optical illusions at Trick Eye Museum! In the same building is the Ice Museum, Hanbok Experience, Carnival and Caricature Shop. We also get naughty at the Love Museum, but in consideration of our younger viewers, we censored the R-rated bits. Whether it's a rainy day or you're seeking lighthearted amusement with family, friends and your date, head on over to this branch in Hongdae. Thanks to Hanna from 24HR KPOP-TV for joining us! (Note: This is a sponsored video.) FOLLOW ME: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sweetandtastyTV Twitter: https://twitter.com/sweetandtastytv Website: http://www.sweetandtastytv.com Instagram: @sweetandtastyTV MY WORLD FOOD & TRAVEL CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/c/missminaoh Snapchat: Missminaoh Camera used to film this video: https://...

    published: 30 Nov 2016
  • 25 Things to do in Singapore Travel Guide

    Join us as we visit Singapore exploring the best 25 things to do in the city in this Singapore travel guide. Singapore is a city unlike any other in Southeast Asia. Known as the 'Lion City' or 'Little Red Dot' Singapore has transformed from being a former British trading colony to one the world's most advanced and prosperous countries featuring a chaotic port. How to describe the city in just a few words? Modern, clean, diverse, massive, green, sterile and efficient come to mind. With a blend of Chinese, Malay and Indian (Tamil) influences and distinct neighborhoods you'll find a melting pot of cuisines to tickle your every taste bud fancy. Whether you're shopping until you drop along Orchard Road or enjoying budget meals in one of the many Hawker Centres there is something for everybo...

    published: 06 Mar 2017
  • Story of the Forest

    Story of the Forest National Museum of Singapore, Singapore Dec 10, 2016 - permanent National Museum of Singapore, Singapore https://www.team-lab.net/e/nms/ Featuring flowers, plants, and animals native to Singapore, Story of the Forest has turned the Glass Rotunda of the National Museum of Singapore into a mesmerizing digital art piece. The large-scale installation consists of a drum-shaped space with a domed ceiling 15 meters high, with a bridge spanning across the dome and a 170 meter passage that continues on from the bridge and down to the base of the drum. The dome ceiling showcases the infinitely expanding universe where the flowers of Singapore bloom and change over time. Crossing the sky bridge through the falling flowers of the dome, visitors descend down the passageway through ...

    published: 06 Dec 2016
  • Future World Where Art Meets Science Marina Bay Sands Singapore

    hi guys just some clips of our future world visit with my friend Dyam hope you like it and don't forget to hit like and subscribe. thank you :) Instagram: @annamaediana

    published: 08 May 2017
  • SENTOSA Island Singapore First Time Reaction : (Trick Eye Museum, Fort Siloso) Traveling with Kids

    Visiting Sentosa Island, #TheStateofFun. We check out the Trick Eye Museum, Singapore Cable Car, Fort Siloso, and Sentosa Nature Discovery. #PassionMadePossible 新加坡圣淘沙 Look Who's Blogging is the best family travel vlog that explores SoCal from the kids' perspective. We visit amusement parks, museums, festivals, and other family friendly attractions. Subscribe so you won't miss an episode of our YouTube kids travel videos! Subscribe ►http://bit.ly/1lOxNUq Watch more episodes ►http://bit.ly/1lOHlPd Facebook ►http://on.fb.me/1GUJoRi Twitter ►http://bit.ly/1D1xLn2 Instagram ►http://bit.ly/2gxRk2T Support us by shopping: https://www.amazon.com/shop/lookwhosblogging Visit Singapore | Things to do in Singapore | Singapore Day Trip | Singapore Weekend Getaway | Travel Singapore | Singap...

    published: 29 Jan 2018
  • 10 Free Things to do in Singapore

    10 Free Things to do in Singapore According to The Economist, Singapore is world champion when it comes to most expensive cities to live in. We still need to eat and have some fun, here is a list of 10 things you can do in Singapore for F R E E! 1. Go Hiking at Mount Faber Be rewarded with gorgeous views of the flora, fauna, and cityscape as you start trekking upwards from the foot of Mount Faber. 2. See Singapore at incredible heights to the 55th level of ION Orchard If you’ve been to ION Orchard a gazillion times but have never headed to its 56th storey, you need to check it out now. 3. Stroll Down Changi Point Boardwalk Stroll along the Changi coastline and bask in the glorious sunset as you whip out your camera to capture the moment at the westernmost portion of the boardwalk. ...

    published: 06 Mar 2015
  • Adventures in the Trick Eye Museum!

    We go to the Trick Eye Museum, which you might have seen in some Korean dramas and Kpop videos. Yeah! That Trick Eye Museum! We go there and do...trick eye...stuff. Vote for us for the Shorty Awards! ☞ http://shortyawards.com/eatyourkimchi Subscribe for more Videos! ☞ http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=simonandmartina Read more about it on our blog: ☞ http://www.eatyourkimchi.com/trick-eye-museum/ Watch the full playlist here: ☞ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RWmtomImh7k&list=PLWQq9lbJ29_0be3X6ypdbAg93Wa_LwFOh Check it out on Facebook: ☞ http://www.facebook.com/EatYourKimchiPage Chat with us on Twitter ☞ http://www.twitter.com/eatyourkimchi

    published: 17 Jan 2013
  • Shopping in Singapore

    Shopping in Singapore World Travel https://www.youtube.com/user/World1Tube Singapore Travel Guide, Tourism http://goo.gl/wa0u86 Singapore has long been an irresistible magnet for many a visitor, mainly because of its vast selection of air-conditioned shopping malls. Retail therapy is constantly promoted, whether for shopaholic locals or for tourists, especially during the Great Singapore Sale from late May to July. During this time, most shops in Singapore have amazing bargains, sometimes 70% off, and grabbing them is almost a national obsession. Key areas: Bugis Junction, whose dark alleyways were once the haunt of Singapore's transvestite community, is now a glass-covered air-conditioned street known as Parco, incorporating shop-houses, modern outlets and a huge Japanese department st...

    published: 22 Nov 2013
  • singapore family travel: THINGS YOU DIDN'T KNOW :: WEEK 5

    The highlight of our Singapore family travel experience was learning about tissues--how to use them to reserve your table at a hawker centre and where to buy them. Really . . . who knew?! We got to crash at Eric's 5,000 sf Singapore penthouse. WOW! Plus, museums, bouncy platform activities and the iconic Singapore skyline. Follow along: https://www.instagram.com/lifereduced https://www.facebook.com/lifereduced https://www.lifereduced.com

    published: 20 Mar 2018
  • InstaScram Goghs to #museums of Singapore

    Because the Earth without art is just Eh. And Singapore's biggest museums have plenty of art and heart. We explore the history and undeniable beauty of The National Museum of Singapore and the National Gallery, in the most kick-ass way, only on InstaScram.

    published: 18 Aug 2017
  • Asian Civilisations Museum Singapore - 2014

    http://goo.gl/wSnW4S Click here to read more about Asian Civilisations Museum in Singapore. Phone: +65 6332 7798, +65 6332 3275 Fax: +65 6883 0732 Email: nhb_acm_vs@nhb.gov.sg Address: 1 Empress Place, Singapore 179555 (5 minutes walk from Raffles place MRT station) Opening hours: Daily 10 A.M - 7 P.M ; Fridays 10 A.M - 9 P.M Parking: Available (on street) Guided tours in English (Free): Monday to Friday: 11:00 A.M, 2:00 P.M Friday evening: 7:00 P.M Saturday & Sunday: 11:00 A.M, 2:00 P.M, 3:00 P.M Entrance Fee: Singapore citizens and permanent residents: Free Kids aged 6 and below: Free Full time students and visitors aged 60 and above: $4 All other visitors: $8 Photography : Allowed, free of charge (no flash) Remember: Take your ID with you, they do verify your age, nationality, etc ...

    published: 06 May 2014
  • Singapore: Museums and More Food Adventures

    Join me as I visit the National Gallery and Peranakan Museum and learn more about the art and culture of Singapore! Also, since I am nearing the end of my trip, I have to squeeze in even more food adventures! Music credits: Chillhop Essentials saib. - West Lake

    published: 12 Oct 2017
  • Singapore Museums

    Singapore's vibrant arts scene is made up of many art museums, gallery and exhibition spaces, schools, arts groups and more. Art masterpieces in Singapore have a plethora of museums which they can call home. There are even privately funded ones, which usually showcase personal collections from renowned artists. More than just being an exhibition space, the museums also seek to educate the general public on the appreciation of art. For art lovers, it is a chance to marvel at some of the greatest works ever produced by visionaries of the art world. Make sure to check out www.nhb.gov.sg for all the local happenings in the Art World in Singapore.

    published: 12 Dec 2012
  • MUSEUMS ARE NOT FOR ME // VLOG #6

    If you like this video, give the video a thumbs up and share it with your friends (: Twitter/Instagram: @maikanizam This was a day out to the National Gallery of Singapore where there were many exhibits on show for visitors. Being a local Singaporean, we were titled to a free all access pass around the museum so that was cool. This video was recorded on the GoPro Hero5 Black

    published: 05 Feb 2017
  • Explore the new Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum [4K Video]

    A newly opened museum within National University of Singapore, it houses more than 1000 animal and plant specimens from Singapore and around the world. Formerly the Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research, it has been revamped and new specimens added. Included are the new dinosaur exhibits and the lighting effects. Visited mainly by National University of Singapore students, other visitors must pay a small fee to enter. Video taken with Panasonic Lumix LX100 hand-held.

    published: 31 May 2015
  • 2 Weeks in Singapore: MUSEUMS // RESTAURANTS // TRAMPOLINE PARK // EARTHFEST

    BLOGPOST: http://www.stefanienatascha.com/2017/03/04/what-is-家/ PHOTOS: https://flic.kr/s/aHskSt9SN9 🌺 Where to find me: - BLOG: http://www.stefanienatascha.com - INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/steffievie/ - TWITTER: https://twitter.com/steffievie - Say Hello! @ http://stefanienatascha.tumblr.com/ask Music: http://www.bensound.com Xx

    published: 22 Feb 2017
  • Friends of the Museums and the Singapore Biennale 2014

    Friends of the Museums (Singapore) works outside the traditional museums, too! We partnered with Singapore’s Economic Development Board to bring tours to historic Gillman Barracks and worked with the National Arts Council to provide engaging tours for the Singapore Biennale. To learn more about FOM and our wide-ranging programmes, visit www.fom.sg

    published: 08 Jan 2015
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Top 3 Museums to Visit | Singapore Travel
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Top 3 Museums to Visit | Singapore Travel

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Watch more How to Visit Singapore videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/512541-Top-3-Museums-to-Visit-Singapore-Travel Planning a trip to Singapore? Learn about the top museums to visit and what makes them special in this travel video. Hint: Don't miss the Asian Civilizations Museum, which is dedicated to the appreciation of Singapore's different cultures. Visiting Singapore’s museums is a great way to learn about the rich cultures that characterize this diverse island. Dig into the history of Singapore at the National Museum of Singapore. This is officially Singapore’s oldest museum, it has kept up with the island’s history even while it was happening. But that doesn’t mean it’s stuck in the past–the museum uses film and other technology in its events and exhibits, in order to educate visitors more effectively than ever. To better understand Singapore as it is today, visit the Asian Civilizations Museum. Singaporean people come from a variety of cultures with ancestors in different countries. This museum is dedicated to the appreciation of Singapore’s different cultures, and it educates visitors on how they interact and their individual histories. For art, you have to check out the Singapore Art Museum. It has a collection of thousands of pieces of contemporary Southeast Asian art, in a variety of media. Whether you’re more interested in history, art, or modern Singapore, these world-class museums are the perfect way to become more familiar with the spirit of Singapore.
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The National Museum of Singapore
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The National Museum of Singapore

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The National Museum of Singapore is the oldest museum in Singapore. Its history dates back to 1849 when it was started as a section of a library at Singapore Institution. After several relocations, the Museum was relocated to its permanent site at Stamford Road at the Museum Planning Area in 1887. The museum focuses on exhibits related to the history of Singapore. The Museum is one of the four national museums in the country, the other three being the two Asian Civilisations Museums and the Singapore Art Museum. The Museum was named the National Museum of Singapore in 1965. For a brief period between 1993 and 2006, it was known as the Singapore History Museum, before reverting back to its previous name. The Museum underwent a three-and-a-half-year restoration and reopened on 2006, with the Singapore History Gallery opening on the same year. The Singapore History Gallery is 2800 metre square gallery located whithin the vicinity of the National Museum of Singapore.The gallery adopts a story-telling approach unveiling different perspectives through tales of the past. Instead of using museum labels to describe artefacts, the gallery uses an audio tour device known as the companion to guide visitors around the gallery. Each Companion comprise of an LCD display, a pair of earphones and a keypad which enables guest to enjoy audio, visual and textual content which complement the National Museum's physical collection of artefacts. The museum used to house a vast collection of zoological items, but were transferred to the National University of Singapore and other museums in the Commonwealth. It currently has eleven precious artifacts, including the Singapore Stone. QUESTIONS? We would like to hear from you! If you have any comments or questions about this destination or just need some general travel advice, feel free to leave a comment below! ABOUT VideoVoyage.TV is a travel channel specializing in informative videos about various travel destinations around the world. We are publishing a short video every day starting with places around Southeast Asia, but planning to extend our coverage to Europe and the Caribbean in the upcoming months. SUBSCRIBE http://www.youtube.com/videovoyagetv?sub_confirmation=1 CONNECT Website: http://videovoyage.tv Facebook: http://facebook.com/videovoyagetv Twitter: http://twitter.com/videovoyagetv Instagram: http://instagram.com/videovoyagetv YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/videovoyagetv Google+: http://google.com/+videovoyagetv
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Trip to the Art Science Museum (vlog)
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Trip to the Art Science Museum (vlog)

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* Made a spelling mistake at the end, sorry about that!!! * Haven't done these things in awhile but had an amazing time with my good bud Magnus at the Singapore Art Science Museum! We went for the Future World exhibition that's still happening right now, so if you love all things art and science (and futuristic), you should definitely go for the exhibition while it's still around! Thank you for watching, I hope you enjoyed this very silly video and here's to (hopefully) more videos! Instagram: @deniseteojiaqi Tumblr: http://deniseteojiaqi.tumblr.com
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Alive Museum Singapore Review | Tiffany Yong
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Alive Museum Singapore Review | Tiffany Yong

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This is a short video to show what my friends and I did at the @AliveMuseumSG at Suntec City to create the funny and weird photos on the article: http://tiffanyyong.com/2014/08/11/tips-surviving-alive-museum-singapore/
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New! at the National Museum of Singapore
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New! at the National Museum of Singapore

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It's been buzzing over at the National Museum of Singapore with new installations, galleries and revamps! Story of the Forest: http://bit.ly/2hirF0b Singapore, Very Old Tree: http://bit.ly/2hiXPca Art Of The Rehearsal: http://bit.ly/2hmOcVG
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Museums in Singapore
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Museums in Singapore

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Museums in Singapore World Travel https://www.youtube.com/user/World1Tube Singapore Travel Guide, Tourism http://goo.gl/wa0u86 Asian Civilisations Museum This intriguing museum, housed in the restored Empress Place Building, focuses on a broad and in-depth perspective of pan-Asian culture and civilisations. It houses 11 galleries containing over 1,300 artefacts from civilisations of China, South East Asia, South Asia and the Islamic societies of West Asia. Free guided tours in English are available. The location of the museum was once a government office and overlooks the mouth of the Singapore River. Opening Times: Mon 1300-1900, Tues-Sun 0900-1900 (until 2100 Fri). Admission Fees: Yes Disabled Access: Yes Unesco: No Address: 1 Empress Place, Singapore, Singapore Changi Chapel & Museum A harrowing monument in Singapore dedicated to the 50,000 soldiers and civilians who were killed during Japanese occupation (1942-45), Changi Chapel, a replica of many built at this time, is housed within the courtyard of the new museum. The museum contains letters, drawings and personal effects of the prisoners of war, with a replica of the Changi Murals and several video screenings. Services are held every Sunday from 0945 to 1100 in the chapel (visitors welcome). Opening Times: Daily 0930-1700. Admission Fees: No Disabled Access: Yes Unesco: No Address: 1000 Upper Changi Road North, Singapore, Singapore National Museum of Singapore Housed in a whitewashed Palladian mansion with a stunning contemporary glass adjunct at the back, this is simply one of the best history museums in Asia. The museum houses a superb, interactive Singapore history exhibition that visitors can self-guide their way through using a hand-held PDA device, plus four permanent Living Galleries, detailing the histories of Food, Fashion, Film and Photography in Singapore, plus two cutting-edge temporary art galleries. The magnificent building itself is worth a visit, and there are also excellent fine-dining restaurants, cafés and an excellent museum shop. Opening Times: Daily 1000-1800, 1000-2000 (Living Galleries). Admission Fees: Yes (free admission to the Living Galleries 1800-2000 daily) Disabled Access: Yes Unesco: No Address: 93 Stamford Road, Singapore, Singapore Peranakan Museum Formerly an adjunct to the Asian Civilisations Museum, the Peranakan Museum reopened in 2008 in the magnificent former Tao Nan school building. The museum tells the fascinating stories of the mixed-culture Peranakan peoples of the former Straits Settlements of Singapore, Malacca and Penang and their links with other communities in Southeast Asia. The beautifully restored three-floored building houses stunning historical artefacts, ranging from wedding outfits to jade ornaments and exquisite hand-painted porcelain to religious icons. Opening Times: Mon 1300-1900, Tues-Sun 0900-1900 (until 2100 Fri). Admission Fees: Yes Disabled Access: Yes Unesco: No Address: 39 Armenian Street, Singapore, Singapore Singapore Art Museum Transformed from a 19th-century boys' school built by Irish Catholic monks, this is one of Singapore's most striking structures. Now home to the Singapore Art Museum, its exhibits are predominantly 20th-century South East Asian art, with paintings, sculptures and installations. Although specialising in regional art, the museum has recently broadened its field. Free guided tours in English are available. Opening Times: Sat-Thu 1000-1900, Fri 1000-2100. Admission Fees: Yes (free on Fri 1800-2100) Disabled Access: Yes Unesco: No Address: 71 Bras Basah Road, Singapore, Singapore =========================================== Singapore Museums, Singapore Transport, Singapore Tours, Singapore Introduction, Singapore Attractions, Singapore Hotels, Singapore Restaurants, Singapore Shopping, Singapore Nightlife, world travel video, Singapore video, Singapore, Singapore Travel guide, Singapore Tourism, Singapore Vacation, Asia, Travel Tips, 2014 === Singapore Travel Guide, Tourism, Vacation, Travel Tips, Attractions
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Trick Eye & Love Museum in Seoul, South Korea
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Trick Eye & Love Museum in Seoul, South Korea

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Today we get lost in optical illusions at Trick Eye Museum! In the same building is the Ice Museum, Hanbok Experience, Carnival and Caricature Shop. We also get naughty at the Love Museum, but in consideration of our younger viewers, we censored the R-rated bits. Whether it's a rainy day or you're seeking lighthearted amusement with family, friends and your date, head on over to this branch in Hongdae. Thanks to Hanna from 24HR KPOP-TV for joining us! (Note: This is a sponsored video.) FOLLOW ME: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sweetandtastyTV Twitter: https://twitter.com/sweetandtastytv Website: http://www.sweetandtastytv.com Instagram: @sweetandtastyTV MY WORLD FOOD & TRAVEL CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/c/missminaoh Snapchat: Missminaoh Camera used to film this video: https://amzn.to/2HefjDy Newer model of my camera: https://amzn.to/2JSLRRj Where I get my music: http://share.epidemicsound.com/lRPQQ #travelvlog #koreantravel #lovemuseum
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25 Things to do in Singapore Travel Guide
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25 Things to do in Singapore Travel Guide

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Join us as we visit Singapore exploring the best 25 things to do in the city in this Singapore travel guide. Singapore is a city unlike any other in Southeast Asia. Known as the 'Lion City' or 'Little Red Dot' Singapore has transformed from being a former British trading colony to one the world's most advanced and prosperous countries featuring a chaotic port. How to describe the city in just a few words? Modern, clean, diverse, massive, green, sterile and efficient come to mind. With a blend of Chinese, Malay and Indian (Tamil) influences and distinct neighborhoods you'll find a melting pot of cuisines to tickle your every taste bud fancy. Whether you're shopping until you drop along Orchard Road or enjoying budget meals in one of the many Hawker Centres there is something for everybody in this city. Now let's go find out what makes Singapore (新加坡) one of the most popular cities to visit in all of Asia. Local spellings of Singapore: Chinese - 新加坡 Malay - Republik Singapura Tamil - சிங்கப்பூர் 25 Things to do in Singapore City Guide: 1) Gardens by the Bay (Taman di Persisiran -滨海湾花园 - வளைகுடா தோட்டம்) - 00:28 2) Cloud Forest (云雾林) at Gardens by the Bay - 00:32 3) Flower Dome (花穹) at Gardens by the Bay - 02:10 4) Supertree Grove - 02:40 5) Marina Bay Sands - 03:05 6) Chinatown (牛车水 - Kreta Ayer - சைனா டவுன்) - 03:28 7) Chinatown Heritage Centre - 03:51 8) Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum (新加坡佛牙寺龙华院) - 04:00 9) Sri Mariamman Temple (ஸ்ரீ மாரியம்மன் கோவில்) - 04:10 10) Arab Street District (阿拉伯街) for tea and visiting the Masjid Sultan Mosque - 04:22 (مسجد سلطان) 11) Clarke Quay (克拉码头 - கிளார்க் கீ) - 06:01 12) River Boat Tour on a bumboat along Singapore River - 06:12 13) Little India (小印度 - குட்டி இந்தியா) - 06:28 14) Merlion Park - 06:55 15) Breakfast in Singapore (Indian and Malay style) - 07:13 16) Singapore Botanic Gardens (新加坡植物园 - Taman Botani Singapura - சிங்கப்பூர் தாவரவியல் பூங்கா) - 10:40 17) National Orchid Garden - 11:26 18) Chinese Garden (裕华园) - 12:30 19) Japanese Garden (星和园) - 12:30 20) Fort Canning Park (Bukit Larangan) and the Battlebox - 13:30 21) Singapore Flyer (新加坡摩天观景轮 - Pelayang Singapura - சிங்கப்பூர் ஃப்ளையர்) - 13:48 22) Old Airport Food Centre (Hawker Centre - 小贩中心 - 熟食中心) - 13:58 23) Orchard Road for Shopping in Singapore (乌节路 - Jalan Kebun (Jalan Orkid) - ஓர்ச்சர்ட் சாலை) - 17:02 24) Singapore Nightlife along Clarke Quay - 17:22 25) Singapore at Night - 17:45 *Bonus* MRT Subway and Metro system - 18:00 GEAR WE USE Olympus OM-D E-M5 II: http://amzn.to/1OchS7t Canon G7X: http://amzn.to/1YdjsYX Olympus 14-150mm II Lens: http://amzn.to/1Y79zeM Rode Video Mic GO: http://amzn.to/1WDKtVM Joby Gorilla Pod: http://amzn.to/1PgoY5F SanDisk 16GB Extreme Pro: http://amzn.to/25KEErs SOCIAL MEDIA & TRAVEL BLOGS AUDREY: blog: http://thatbackpacker.com/ instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thatbackpacker/ facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thatbackpacker twitter: https://twitter.com/ThatBackpacker SAMUEL: blog: http://nomadicsamuel.com/ facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nomadicsamuel twitter: https://twitter.com/NomadicSamuel instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nomadicsamuel/ Our visit Singapore travel guide documentary covers some of the top attractions including a food guide (best restaurants and street food), top museums, fascinating temples and the city by day and evening when Singapore comes alive at night. We also cover off-the-beaten-path activities you won't find in a typical Singapore tourism brochure, Singapore city tour or Singapore itinerary. 25 Things to do in Singapore Travel Guide Video Transcript: Today we’re taking you on a whirlwind tour of Singapore. This sovereign city state, may not have a whole lot of land, but it sure packs a lot of punch! We had a full week in Singapore, so we set out to explore its distinct neighbourhoods, cool off in its gardens, marvel at its innovative buildings, and of course, eat in its hawker centres. This video will show you 25 things to do in Singapore, now let’s get started: And that is a wrap for our visit to Singapore. We hope that you enjoyed this video and that it gave you a few ideas of things to see, do, and eat on your trip. As always, if you have any other suggestions of things to do in Singapore, feel free to share those with fellow travellers in the comments below. Wishing you happy travels and until next time! This is part of our Travel in Singapore video series showcasing Singaporean food, Singaporean culture and Singaporean cuisine. Music in this video courtesy of Audio Network
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Story of the Forest
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Story of the Forest

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Story of the Forest National Museum of Singapore, Singapore Dec 10, 2016 - permanent National Museum of Singapore, Singapore https://www.team-lab.net/e/nms/ Featuring flowers, plants, and animals native to Singapore, Story of the Forest has turned the Glass Rotunda of the National Museum of Singapore into a mesmerizing digital art piece. The large-scale installation consists of a drum-shaped space with a domed ceiling 15 meters high, with a bridge spanning across the dome and a 170 meter passage that continues on from the bridge and down to the base of the drum. The dome ceiling showcases the infinitely expanding universe where the flowers of Singapore bloom and change over time. Crossing the sky bridge through the falling flowers of the dome, visitors descend down the passageway through a vast interactive forest inhabited by the animals of Singapore. As visitors proceed, the forest changes from morning to night. The forest also changes in accordance with the dry and wet seasons of Singapore. On re-entering the base of the dome, if visitors stand still while close to the wall, an area of ground emerges, a forest rises up, and animals appear. The artwork is depicted in real time by a computer program. Previous visual states can never be replicated, and will never reoccur. https://www.team-lab.net/w/story-of-the-forest/ シンガポールに生きる花々や木々、動物を、デジタルアートとして表現。高さ約15mのドームと、その空中にかかる橋と回廊で構成される、大規模なインスタレーション空間。作品入口から出口まで鑑賞者が移動する距離は全長170mを超える。 高さ約15mのドーム空間の空中にかけられた橋では、シンガポールの花々が時間と共に刻々と変化しながら咲き渡る、宇宙空間が無限に広がる。 シンガポールの花々が振りそそぐドーム空間の空中にかけられた橋を渡ると続く、外壁沿いの螺旋状の回廊は、シンガポールの動植物が生息する広大でインタラクティブな森。回廊を進むにつれて、朝から、夕方、夜の世界になり、実際のシンガポールの季節に合わせて乾季や雨季が訪れる。 廊から続くドーム空間では、鑑賞者が壁に近づき立ち止まると、地面が生まれ木が生え森ができ、動物が出現する。 作品はコンピュータプログラムによってリアルタイムで描かれ続けている。今この瞬間の絵は二度と見ることができない。 https://www.team-lab.net/jp/w/story-of-the-forest/
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Future World Where Art Meets Science Marina Bay Sands Singapore
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Future World Where Art Meets Science Marina Bay Sands Singapore

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hi guys just some clips of our future world visit with my friend Dyam hope you like it and don't forget to hit like and subscribe. thank you :) Instagram: @annamaediana
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SENTOSA Island Singapore First Time Reaction : (Trick Eye Museum, Fort Siloso) Traveling with Kids
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SENTOSA Island Singapore First Time Reaction : (Trick Eye Museum, Fort Siloso) Traveling with Kids

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Visiting Sentosa Island, #TheStateofFun. We check out the Trick Eye Museum, Singapore Cable Car, Fort Siloso, and Sentosa Nature Discovery. #PassionMadePossible 新加坡圣淘沙 Look Who's Blogging is the best family travel vlog that explores SoCal from the kids' perspective. We visit amusement parks, museums, festivals, and other family friendly attractions. Subscribe so you won't miss an episode of our YouTube kids travel videos! Subscribe ►http://bit.ly/1lOxNUq Watch more episodes ►http://bit.ly/1lOHlPd Facebook ►http://on.fb.me/1GUJoRi Twitter ►http://bit.ly/1D1xLn2 Instagram ►http://bit.ly/2gxRk2T Support us by shopping: https://www.amazon.com/shop/lookwhosblogging Visit Singapore | Things to do in Singapore | Singapore Day Trip | Singapore Weekend Getaway | Travel Singapore | Singapore Attractions | Singapore with Kids | Singapore Travel Tips | Singapore Travel Guide | Singapore Things to Do | Singapore Blog | Singapore Vlog | Singapore Vacation - Best Travel Vlogs - Best Kids Travel Vlog - Best Family Travel Vlog - Traveling with Kids - Travel with Kids - Family Friendly Vlogs - Kid Friendly Videos - Family Friendly Videos
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10 Free Things to do in Singapore
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10 Free Things to do in Singapore

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10 Free Things to do in Singapore According to The Economist, Singapore is world champion when it comes to most expensive cities to live in. We still need to eat and have some fun, here is a list of 10 things you can do in Singapore for F R E E! 1. Go Hiking at Mount Faber Be rewarded with gorgeous views of the flora, fauna, and cityscape as you start trekking upwards from the foot of Mount Faber. 2. See Singapore at incredible heights to the 55th level of ION Orchard If you’ve been to ION Orchard a gazillion times but have never headed to its 56th storey, you need to check it out now. 3. Stroll Down Changi Point Boardwalk Stroll along the Changi coastline and bask in the glorious sunset as you whip out your camera to capture the moment at the westernmost portion of the boardwalk. 4. Feed the animals at Farmart You can visit and feed the animals at Farmart for free and get up close with their farm animals such as goats, rabbits and tortoises. 5. Explore Singapore's 24-Hour Walmart If you’re suffering from insomnia or getting really bored at night, go for a walk at Mustafa Centre. 6. Experience The Meandering Southern Ridges This 10 km trail leads from Mount Faber to NUS, going through Hort Park and Henderson Waves. The Southern Ridges offers panoramic views of both the natural and urban parts of Singapore. 7. Chill Out at the Singapore Botanic Gardens What more can you ask for when you get to picnic and enjoy free concerts nestled in the trees and flowers? 8. Picnic at the Esplanade Roof Garden If you thought Singapore was beautiful during the day, you should see it at night. Feast your eyes on amazing night views in the city area where iconic architectural structures light up after sunset! 9. Be Awed at Gardens By The Bay This mega-sized horticulture haven is one of land-scarce Singapore’s latest attractions. Man-made on reclaimed land, Gardens by the Bay provides her visitors with fantastic waterfront views and a massive selection of unique plants, trees and flowers. 10. Get in Touch With the Arts at the Singapore Art Museum Unlike the other museums under the National heritage board, the Singaporean Art museum is an independent entity. This monumental structure was once the home of St. Joseph’s Institution for a whopping 135 years.
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Adventures in the Trick Eye Museum!
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Adventures in the Trick Eye Museum!

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We go to the Trick Eye Museum, which you might have seen in some Korean dramas and Kpop videos. Yeah! That Trick Eye Museum! We go there and do...trick eye...stuff. Vote for us for the Shorty Awards! ☞ http://shortyawards.com/eatyourkimchi Subscribe for more Videos! ☞ http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=simonandmartina Read more about it on our blog: ☞ http://www.eatyourkimchi.com/trick-eye-museum/ Watch the full playlist here: ☞ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RWmtomImh7k&list=PLWQq9lbJ29_0be3X6ypdbAg93Wa_LwFOh Check it out on Facebook: ☞ http://www.facebook.com/EatYourKimchiPage Chat with us on Twitter ☞ http://www.twitter.com/eatyourkimchi
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Shopping in Singapore
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Shopping in Singapore

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Shopping in Singapore World Travel https://www.youtube.com/user/World1Tube Singapore Travel Guide, Tourism http://goo.gl/wa0u86 Singapore has long been an irresistible magnet for many a visitor, mainly because of its vast selection of air-conditioned shopping malls. Retail therapy is constantly promoted, whether for shopaholic locals or for tourists, especially during the Great Singapore Sale from late May to July. During this time, most shops in Singapore have amazing bargains, sometimes 70% off, and grabbing them is almost a national obsession. Key areas: Bugis Junction, whose dark alleyways were once the haunt of Singapore's transvestite community, is now a glass-covered air-conditioned street known as Parco, incorporating shop-houses, modern outlets and a huge Japanese department store. Near Singapore's financial district is Chinatown, cultural hub of the Chinese migrants and a colourful web of streets and alleys with a wealth of artefacts, jewellery, clothes, food and medicines behind traditional Chinese shop-house fronts. Tanjong Pagar is filled with traditional teashops, Chinese lacquerware, kites and Asian handicrafts. Little India, on and around Serangoon Road, is a treasure trove of sumptuous textiles, as well as spices, jewellery, handicrafts and cheap Indian CDs. The Mustafa Centre, a three-storey emporium open 24 hours, sells mainly electrical goods at fixed prices and offers excellent deals, although it is worth checking the warranty. Singaporeans love Sim Lim Square (Bugis) for discount electronic goods; six levels stacked with cameras, computer equipment, pirate CDs, hi-fi and video equipment. Again, visitors should check for a valid warranty and not be tempted by pushy sales staff. Funan Centre (City Hall) has dozens of computer shops on each floor at competitive prices. The suburbs are making their mark on the shopping scene, offering a different flavour to the main retail areas. Holland Village has a bohemian air, with antiques, Asian arts and vintage clothes shops among glam wine bars and restaurants. Laid-back Changi Village seems far from the frenetic air of the city, with bargains in everyday clothes and household goods. Markets: The night market at Bugis Village, opposite Parco, still has the charm of its past years, while Pagoda Street market and Trengganu Street are best for souvenirs, gifts and bargains, and stylish and cheap Chinese clothes. For food, the Tekka Centre (also known as KK Market) is a busy wet market with fish, fowl, flowers and more. One of the best flea markets is at Clarke Quay, 3 River Valley Road, every Sunday 1000-1800. The flea market outside Tanglin Mall, 163 Tanglin Road, is mainly for fashion and is open the first and third Saturday of every month 1700-2300. Shopping centres: Orchard Road is the central retail district in Singapore and is lined on both sides with shopping malls, including the flagship ION Orchard. Ngee Ann City is the most famous mall of all with more than 100 speciality stores, including Kinokinuya, Asia's largest book store. Centrepoint, in the middle of Orchard Road, is home to Robinsons, Singapore's oldest and award-winning department store. Delfi Orchard has Waterford crystal and Wedgewood china, and Orchard Towers has Thai silk, antiques and leather among its small shops. Wisma Atria and Wheelock Place also have an excellent selection of brands, cafés and restaurants. At the top of Orchard Road, where it meets Tanglin Road, the Tanglin Shopping Centre hoards some of Asia's finest statues, carpets and antique furniture. The junction of Cross Street, New Bridge Road and Eu Tong Seng Street has modern shopping arcades including department store Yue Hwa Chinese Products, Chinatown Point housing the Singapore Handicraft Centre, and People's Park Complex. You can find everything from electrical goods to textiles here. Opening hours: Most shops in Singapore are open daily from 1000-2100/2200, although boutiques close earlier. =========================================== Singapore Museums, Singapore Transport, Singapore Tours, Singapore Introduction, Singapore Attractions, Singapore Hotels, Singapore Restaurants, Singapore Shopping, Singapore Nightlife, world travel video, Singapore video, Singapore, Singapore Travel guide, Singapore Tourism, Singapore Vacation, Asia, Travel Tips, 2014 === Singapore Travel Guide, Tourism, Vacation, Travel Tips, Attractions
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singapore family travel: THINGS YOU DIDN'T KNOW :: WEEK 5
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singapore family travel: THINGS YOU DIDN'T KNOW :: WEEK 5

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The highlight of our Singapore family travel experience was learning about tissues--how to use them to reserve your table at a hawker centre and where to buy them. Really . . . who knew?! We got to crash at Eric's 5,000 sf Singapore penthouse. WOW! Plus, museums, bouncy platform activities and the iconic Singapore skyline. Follow along: https://www.instagram.com/lifereduced https://www.facebook.com/lifereduced https://www.lifereduced.com
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InstaScram Goghs to #museums of Singapore
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InstaScram Goghs to #museums of Singapore

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Because the Earth without art is just Eh. And Singapore's biggest museums have plenty of art and heart. We explore the history and undeniable beauty of The National Museum of Singapore and the National Gallery, in the most kick-ass way, only on InstaScram.
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Asian Civilisations Museum Singapore - 2014
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Asian Civilisations Museum Singapore - 2014

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http://goo.gl/wSnW4S Click here to read more about Asian Civilisations Museum in Singapore. Phone: +65 6332 7798, +65 6332 3275 Fax: +65 6883 0732 Email: nhb_acm_vs@nhb.gov.sg Address: 1 Empress Place, Singapore 179555 (5 minutes walk from Raffles place MRT station) Opening hours: Daily 10 A.M - 7 P.M ; Fridays 10 A.M - 9 P.M Parking: Available (on street) Guided tours in English (Free): Monday to Friday: 11:00 A.M, 2:00 P.M Friday evening: 7:00 P.M Saturday & Sunday: 11:00 A.M, 2:00 P.M, 3:00 P.M Entrance Fee: Singapore citizens and permanent residents: Free Kids aged 6 and below: Free Full time students and visitors aged 60 and above: $4 All other visitors: $8 Photography : Allowed, free of charge (no flash) Remember: Take your ID with you, they do verify your age, nationality, etc Asian Civilizations Museum in Singapore is truly one of a kind. It explores all of Asia, from Iran to Indonesia, and includes artifacts and collections from every Asian country. The word "Asian" is often mistaken with Chinese or mongoloid nations, but this museum includes all the Asian countries like India, Afghanistan, Vietnam, etc. The museum is very large with multiple floors and has many thousands of items on display. Please click here to learn more: http://goo.gl/wSnW4S Thanks to free music from http://www.music4yourvids.co.uk/ , I have added the track childhood memories Of winter Follow Me on: Instagram................ http://instagram.com/praveenET Twitter...................... https://twitter.com/PraveenMohanET Facebook.................https://www.facebook.com/praveenmohanfans Website.................... http://www.phenomenalplace.com
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Singapore: Museums and More Food Adventures
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Singapore: Museums and More Food Adventures

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Join me as I visit the National Gallery and Peranakan Museum and learn more about the art and culture of Singapore! Also, since I am nearing the end of my trip, I have to squeeze in even more food adventures! Music credits: Chillhop Essentials saib. - West Lake
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Singapore Museums
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Singapore Museums

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Singapore's vibrant arts scene is made up of many art museums, gallery and exhibition spaces, schools, arts groups and more. Art masterpieces in Singapore have a plethora of museums which they can call home. There are even privately funded ones, which usually showcase personal collections from renowned artists. More than just being an exhibition space, the museums also seek to educate the general public on the appreciation of art. For art lovers, it is a chance to marvel at some of the greatest works ever produced by visionaries of the art world. Make sure to check out www.nhb.gov.sg for all the local happenings in the Art World in Singapore.
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MUSEUMS ARE NOT FOR ME // VLOG #6
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MUSEUMS ARE NOT FOR ME // VLOG #6

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If you like this video, give the video a thumbs up and share it with your friends (: Twitter/Instagram: @maikanizam This was a day out to the National Gallery of Singapore where there were many exhibits on show for visitors. Being a local Singaporean, we were titled to a free all access pass around the museum so that was cool. This video was recorded on the GoPro Hero5 Black
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Explore the new Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum [4K Video]
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Explore the new Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum [4K Video]

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A newly opened museum within National University of Singapore, it houses more than 1000 animal and plant specimens from Singapore and around the world. Formerly the Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research, it has been revamped and new specimens added. Included are the new dinosaur exhibits and the lighting effects. Visited mainly by National University of Singapore students, other visitors must pay a small fee to enter. Video taken with Panasonic Lumix LX100 hand-held.
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2 Weeks in Singapore: MUSEUMS // RESTAURANTS // TRAMPOLINE PARK // EARTHFEST
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2 Weeks in Singapore: MUSEUMS // RESTAURANTS // TRAMPOLINE PARK // EARTHFEST

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Friends of the Museums and the Singapore Biennale 2014
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Friends of the Museums and the Singapore Biennale 2014

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Friends of the Museums (Singapore) works outside the traditional museums, too! We partnered with Singapore’s Economic Development Board to bring tours to historic Gillman Barracks and worked with the National Arts Council to provide engaging tours for the Singapore Biennale. To learn more about FOM and our wide-ranging programmes, visit www.fom.sg
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