After closing their doors during Singapore's 'circuit breaker' phase, Singapore's museums and galleries are finally open to visitors once again – subject to safe distancing measures. Besides, if you're trying to get away from crowds and bond with your loved ones while getting cultured, the museum is one of the best places to be. Not to mention that Singaporeans and PRs enjoy free entry to most museums in the city.
But what does it look like behind the doors of our cultural institutions? And how does a day at the museum look like during this new normal? The Time Out Singapore team heads down to the Asian Civilisations Museum and National Gallery Singapore to find out.
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