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The Peranakan Museum explores the culture of Peranakan communities in Southeast Asia. Installed in the former Tao Nan Chinese School, built in 1912, this intimate museum possesses one of the finest and most comprehensive collections of Peranakan...more
I was so excited to finally get to go to the Peranakan Museum.
As a Peranakan myself, I was hoping for a home coming feel, to wander the halls and relive the glory days of Peranakan culture and history.
Instead, what I got were glass...More
Worth a visit. Easily accessible, near Fort Canning park. Nice displays with a wealth of information about the Peranakan culture and history. Clothing, art, furniture, jewellery, dining settings, cuisine, everyday objects, etc. Includes a very informative section on photography and photographic equipment. The beadwork tablecloth...More
If you wonder how interesting is the Peranakan culture?
You will find the unique culture of Chinese and Malay in this Peranakan museum, from arts to sculpture to all little parts of daily life of this two communities.
So don't miss it if you like...More
We've headed there as we wanted to let the kids take part in the children's activities that day but found ourselves spending longer than expected due to the kids being engrossed with the art & craft activities there.
Access is via City MRT, which is...More