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Take a tour of the remaining perimeter wall of the New Lunatic Asylum at Sepoy lines that was built in 1887 through this documentary that incorporates NHB's research on Singapore's third psychiatric hospital.
Experience Singapore's transformation through the ages from a humble fishing village to the pride of an empire, before finally achieving the status of being an independent nation-state.
Discover more than 50 original artefacts salvaged from this vessel that played a pivotal role in history.
Embark on a tour of an old forgotten reservoir dating back to the colonial period in Singapore's history.
Embark on a virtual walk through this area that was also known as the 'Tombs of the Malayan Princes'.
The best in Singapore's contemporary art and culture will be presented in various French cities next year from March to June. Find out how you can support or be part of the Festival.
Discover the history and heritage of Queenstown through stories and personal anecdotes from residents, shop owners and librarians in this guided heritage trail.
Discover the stories of this town's transformation from a swampland scattered to squatters, to the vibrant hub that it is today.
For more than a thousand years, China provided the world with porcelain of the highest quality. This exhibition examines the global demand for porcelain, not only in Europe and America, but also within Asia.
Colourful and imaginative, batik altar cloths blend traditions and influences, showing how Peranakans adapted and improvised.
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Last updated - 10 October 2014