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This exhibition is a rare showcase of Tang aesthetics and culture for the first time in Southeast Asia.
Embark on architectural heritage adventures through these thematic tours and enjoy learning historical facts about our treasured buildings from our passionate heritage enthusiasts.
Explore sites in Singapore that have witnessed the events of the war, and learn the story of invasion, resistance, occupation and liberation through this app.
Be moved by this community-curated exhibition of photographs and stories that feature love among couples in Singapore.
This exhibition explores the development of Singapore art in light of the rapid changes that took place in Singapore after World War II.
The Chinese Garden, otherwise known as Yu Hwa Yuan, spans 13.5 hectares. It was built from an area once occupied by fish and prawn ponds fronting the banks of the 6 mile long Jurong River.
The final episode of NHB's "Heritage in Episodes: Season 2" focuses on the boat operators of Pulau Ubin and explores the history as well as the future of the trade.
The second episode in this project focusses on the history of Queenstown and comprises interviews with long-time and former residents of Singapore's first satellite town.
Explore the heritage of Kampong Glam through three walking trails! With interactive features like games and 3D images, take to the streets of this colourful district and discover its notable landmarks, street names, and old trades that emerged from the port town.
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Last updated - 14 Mar 2013