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Malay Heritage Centre, Singapore

Set on the grounds of beautifully restored Istana Kampong Glam, the site looks gorgeous from the outside but despite some half-hearted attempts at whiz-bang multimedia, the museum inside is rather disappointing..

Set on the grounds of beautifully restored Istana Kampong Glam, the site looks gorgeous from the outside but despite some half-hearted attempts at whiz-bang multimedia, the museum inside is rather disappointing.


Hours

Sun

10:00

18:00

Mon

10:00

18:00

Tue

10:00

18:00

Wed

10:00

18:00

Thu

10:00

18:00

Fri

10:00

18:00

Sat

10:00

18:00

About Malay Heritage Centre

 85 Sultan Gate, Singapore

 +65 6391 0450

 www.malayheritage.org.sg

Malay Heritage Centre and Nearby Sights on Map

Sultan Mosque

Also known as Masjid Sultan and the largest mosque in Singapore, the building is easily identified thanks to its golden domes, but there's not much to see inside

Hajjah Fatimah Mosque

Also known as Masjid Hajjah Fatimah, it is probably Singapore's second most important mosque historically after Sultan Mosque

Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho

Dedicated to Kuan Yin, the Goddess of Mercy

Sri Krishnan Temple

A Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Krishna, an incarnation of Vishnu

Mint Museum of Toys

Built to house the 50,000-piece toy collection of local enthusiast Chang Yang Fa, the contents of this five-story building covers come from 25 countries and span over a century of 'Moments of Imagination and Nostalgia with Toys' (hence MINT), with everything from wind-up toys to Darth Vader masks

S.E.A. Aquarium

The largest oceanarium in the world

2902 Gallery

The largest dedicated photo gallery in South-East Asia, with a focus on Singaporean talent

Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple

Little India's busiest and oldest temple, dating back to 1881 — although the present structure was completed in 1986

Singapore Art Museum

Modern art from both Singapore and the region

Singapore Flyer

Counted among the world's largest giant observation wheels, the 165 metre high Singapore Flyer offers breathtaking panoramic views of the Marina Bay and Singapore