No sooner off the plane, bags dropped at hotel and I walked through the doors here at ACM. I was fortunate to have arrived just as a tour was commencing, thus I was able to truly benefit from what this museum had to offer rather...More
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Excellent tour! Learned a lot about history of trade & ceramics in this area. Ancient shipwreck of the Tang Dynasty was fascinating to see along with all the exhibits. Beautiful museum!
There are a number of very well laid out rooms which contain some very lovely pottery but that's it. It does have a an excellent cafe though!
A very cool look-back on the trade history of Singapore and the South China seas that helps one understand many of the cultural linkages of south east Asia as well.
Visited the Asian Civilisations Museum exiting it fill in an hour or, but before I knew it, 3.5 hrs had passed. A rich and vibrant museum showcasing local Singaporean culture as well as Chinese and Muslim cultures. Plenty of artefacts to look and admire, and...More
Had a really pleasant time here roaming about the various attractions and wonders. Marvel at turtles, squid and other marine life crafted from ocean debris at the Ghost Nets Of The Ocean exhibition - stunning art to raise awareness of ocean pollution as well as...More
Loved this museum. There are some more rooms opening later in 2017/8 and the ones that are open are super interesting. The tang shipwreck is super cool. I'd highly recommend taking one of the free docent tours, the times for which are on their website....More
May 2016 (Apologies late review) The museum and surrounding exhibition buildings are a credit to the country. Shipwrecks and Egyptian bits from the British Museum. Artworks and poetry by gifted 'natives'. In Tune with the Times, and We Built A Nation. Yes, Singaporeans motto at...More
What an exciting and interesting museum. Thank you to a very knowledgeable and engaging tour guide named Vera. You are a professional raconteur and your delivery of the information on Scholars was so interesting. We could have listened to you ad infinitum. You cannot leave...More