Over 8,000 works can be seen in the National Gallery Singapore, making it the world's largest collection of southeast Asian art.
It opened in 2015, in the former City Hall and Supreme Court buildings, and is the largest museum in the country. The two main display areas focus on Singaporean art from Colonial times to the present, and on art of southeast Asia, from the 19th century onward, and there is a regular program of temporary exhibitions.
The museum is located close to several other downtown attractions, easily accessible by bus and light rail, and offers free admission to residents of Singapore.Places nearby:
Lovely Botanic Garden Attracts Tourists In Buenos Aires 4 km / 3 mi
Legoland In Malaysia: Offers Excitement And Fun All Day Long 28 km / 17 mi
The Taming Sari Revolving Tower: A 110 Meter High Revolving Tower 204 km / 127 mi
Jonker Walk Night Market: Ideal for Food and Souvenirs 204 km / 127 mi
Alamanda Putrajaya Malaysia's Finest Shopping Mall 300 km / 186 mi