What is it? An art museum in the heart of Singapore that holds an extensive collection of Singaporean and Southeast Asian art.
Why go? Home to the former Supreme Court and City Hall buildings, the National Gallery Singapore is a result of combining the two structures. This beautifully restored space is now a whole new monument with over 8,000 works of art reflecting the heritage and art history of Singapore and surrounding regions lining its walls. There are various exhibitions taking place on a rotational basis to keep the visuals fresh.
Don’t miss: Download a digital map of the gallery on your mobile devices for easy navigation in the art wonderland. The entry is currently free until July 31.