Hindu Divinity at Singapore Asian Civilizations Museum
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Hindu Divinity at Singapore Asian Civilizations Museum

Hindu Divinity

Hindu Divinity at Singapore Asian Civilizations Museum


Hindu Divinity

If you’re looking for a nice spot to escape Singapore heat, you can head to the Asian Civilizations Museum for an overview on art and culture throughout the Centuries.

The Museum is small but its collection displays some awesome and very interesting exhibits, enabling a short but interesting journey through Asian civilizations. I especially enjoyed the India section, where I took this shot of a Hindu divinity, and the one dedicated to Indonesia, this latter probably because we do not get many chances in Europe to see Indonesian art and handcrafts.

Singapore Asian Civilizations Museum is a good option for families as well, since it offers an educational interactive path specially dedicated to children who are thus involved in a playful fashion.


Useful Information:

Asian Civilizations Museum, 1 Empress Place – Singapore

Opening Hours: Monday  1pm- 7pm,  TuesdaySunday 9am-7pm (to 9pm on Fridays)

Entrance Fee: Adult $5.00 – Children under 6 Free

More reading: The Multiple Faces of Singapore



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  • Alex
    Posted at 22:48h, 16 August Reply

    Awesome.! I’ll be passing through Singapore to see Sigur Ros in November. Good to know I’ll have an interesting activity to do in the daytime!

    • Simon
      Posted at 07:55h, 17 August Reply

      Of course, there’s more than the Museum. Don’t miss a view on the stunning Marina Bay Sand from the boat!

  • Jeff Titelius
    Posted at 17:59h, 12 July Reply

    What a fascinating museum. I bet it was amazing to walk through centuries of Asian artifacts!! Stunning pic too my friend!

    • Simon
      Posted at 07:54h, 17 August Reply

      Yes, the Museum is fascinating, especially a few sections. Glad you like the pic, Jeff.

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