This exhibition features the history and development of the Malay-Bugis community in Singapore, many of whom can trace their roots through seminal historical developments in the Malay world during the 18th to 20th centuries.
An exhibition centred on the wartime experiences of those who have lived through the hardship and fall of Singapore. Featuring artefacts from 10 overseas museums and institutions.
Celebrating the deep-rooted friendship and diplomatic relations between Singapore, and Brunei and view the beauty of the country through stamps.
The Heritage Plan hopes to bring people together through heritage, and to emphasise the value and importance of heritage in our lives.
This exhibition explores the first ten pivotal years of independence (1965 – 1975) that shaped Singapore’s history, and the important roles and leadership of Singapore’s first Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew and his team who laid the foundations for modern Singapore.
Exhibitions and programmes at our museums explore the history of Singapore and the world, tell the stories of our pioneers and allows one to ponder on current social issues through contemporary art.
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The National Heritage Board owns and operates the following museums, interpretative centres, heritage institutions and precincts.