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Singapore Coin and Notes Museum, Singapore

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

Tiny little museum tucked away across the Chinatown Heritage Centre; the entrance is well-hidden, but generally marked out by nondescript display cases. Managed by the Singapore Mint, it features local currency, commerative coins, a history of coinage, and the coin-making process. Not exactly a must-see, but a nice little distraction if you're in the area.


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About Singapore Coin and Notes Museum

 40 Pagoda Street, Singapore

 +65 6222 2486

 www.scnm.com.sg

Singapore Coin and Notes Museum and Nearby Sights on Map

Chinatown Heritage Centre

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

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Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

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Singapore City Gallery

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Thian Hock Keng Temple

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Red Dot Design Museum

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