Singapore is a small city with a good number of museums. For a basic background of the city and its history, the National Museum of Singapore is the place to start. Aside from the history, there are also special exhibits further exploring the culture through it's textiles, photography, film industry, and food. The food exhibit is a fun space that details the history of popular dishes still eaten today in Singapore.
Over by Marina Bay Sands, the ArtScience Museum is a fun stop with rotating exhibits featuring varying science exhibits and featured artists. The entrance fee is on the higher side, but you get what you pay for from the extensive pieces displayed and information provided. It's a great place for some fun knowledge and inspiration.
While you're exploring the Gardens By the Bay, the conservatories pretty fascinating and so nice to cool down in. The Flower Dome has an impressive amount of flowers and trees from all over the world. The dome also houses UK celebrity chef Jason Atherton's Pollen. You can have a casual meal at the cafe, or a fine dining experience up in the formal dining room. The Cloud Forest is trippy and so cool. If it's unbearably hot outside, you will not want to leave this misty forest. And when the sun goes down, the nightly light show at the SuperTree Grove is a fun place to chill out and have an Avatar-like experience.
Singapore is a city that you'll constantly be eating, so these museums are the perfect place to burn off some calories while gaining knowledge and inspiration.
|Inside the National Museum of Singapore|
|Food Exhibit in the National Museum|
|History of signature foods eaten in Singapore|
|Char Kway Teow|
|Local spices and ingredients|
|A closer look|
|Artist feature at the ArtScience Museum|
|Husband wife duo|
Charles & Ray Eames featured at the ArtScience Museum
|Inside the Conservatories of Gardens By the Bay|
The Flower Done
|Horses for Chinese New Year|
|UK's Jason Atherton's Pollen Restaurant inside the Flower Dome|
|Entering the Cloud Forest|
|Walkways up and around|
|High above the ground|
|And hanging out above the ground|