Best for older children, the Singapore Art Museum houses one of the largest collections of contemporary South East Asian art in the region. In light of space restrictions (a common problem in Singapore) less than 5% of the collection can be on display at any one time, which means you’re bound to see something different each time you go (yay for variety!). Parents with young children will want to keep an eye out for the Art Garden program – held each year from May to August, it’s a highly interactive art experience, just for kids. Tinies will enjoy the glow-in-the-dark flower gardens, recorded dancing sessions, dress-ups and the hands-on art displays.
Hours: Monday – Sunday, 10am – 7pm. Fridays open until 9pm.
Admission: Adults SGD10, Students SGD5, Children (6 years and below) free. Free admission every Friday from 6 – 9 pm.
How to get there: Exit at Bras Basah MRT Station and walk 2 minutes to the museum.