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.
40 Pagoda Street, Singapore
Nearest Transit: Chinatown (Line: North East Line & Downtown Line)
+65 6222 2486
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