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Red Dot Design Museum, Singapore

Formerly the traffic police HQ, now a design center painted firehouse red with a museum devoted to contemporary design..

Formerly the traffic police HQ, now a design center painted firehouse red with a museum devoted to contemporary design.


Hours

Sun

11:00

18:00

Mon

11:00

18:00

Tue

11:00

18:00

Wed

Closed

Thu

Closed

Fri

11:00

18:00

Sat

11:00

18:00

About Red Dot Design Museum

 28 Maxwell Road, Singapore

 +65 6327 8027

 www.red-dot.sg

Red Dot Design Museum and Nearby Sights on Map

Singapore City Gallery

3-storey visitor gallery with large scaled models of the entire country (ground floor) as well as the city centre (incredibly life-like), which provide good orientation of the country for first-timers

Thian Hock Keng Temple

The oldest Hokkien temple in Singapore, dating back to 1821, although the structure was thoroughly refurbished in 2000

Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

Towering above southern Chinatown, this four-story temple was completed only in 2007

Jamae Mosque

One of Singapore's oldest mosques, built in the 1830s by Tamil Muslims in an Indian style

Sri Mariamman Temple

Singapore's oldest and most important Hindu temple and worth a visit for the intricately carved gopuram (statuary above the entrance), which gave adjacent 'Pagoda Street' its name

[email protected] Skybridge

Singapore's tallest public housing project has a 50th story viewing deck that offers some of the best city views around at a fraction of the cost of the Singapore Flyer

Singapore Coin and Notes Museum

Tiny little museum tucked away across the Chinatown Heritage Centre; the entrance is well-hidden, but generally marked out by nondescript display cases

Chinatown Heritage Centre

An excellent museum chronicling how Chinatown came to be and the privation suffered by early migrants

Telok Ayer Market

Baba House

Located at the fringes of Chinatown among a row of shophouses, the Baba House is a showcase of Peranakan culture in Singapore and features traditional furnishings typical of Straits Chinese households