Images of Singapore

Images of Singapore

Visitors can sample the different facets of Singapore under one roof in this museum. Singapore's history from the 14th century to the early 20th century is recreated with life-size figures in the Pioneers of Singapore museum. Experience the battle of Malaya and Singapore in the Surrender Chambers which depicts Singapore during the war years of 1941 to 1945. Festivals of Singapore showcases the cultural heritage of Singapore. Set in the 1950s and 1960s, exhibits introduce the various customs and traditions of the different ethnic groups in Singapore - the Chinese, Malay, Indian and Peranakans.

Open: 9am - 7pm (daily)

Admission:

  • SGD 10 adults, SGD 7 children (3 - 12 years old)
  • Admission with Feng Shui Trail Activity Book: SGD 18 per person
  • Food Journey: SGD 30 adults, SGD 28 children (3 - 12 years old). 1-month advance booking required

Approximate Touring Time: 1.5 hours

Getting There: Take Sentosa Bus from World Trade Centre or Tiong Bahru MRT station. On Sentosa, take the monorail and alight at Station M4 or by bus on the Blue and Green lines. Alternatively, take the Cable Car from either World Trade Centre or Mount Faber.

Accessibility for the physically disabled: The following information is obtained from Access Singapore.

  • Main entrance - Accessible to ambulant-disabled. Steps/Kerb (No ramp provided).
  • Side entrance - Ask for assistance from the ticketing counter. Accessible to wheelchair and ambulant-disabled.
  • Lifts - Nil but wheelchair stair-climber is available to help visitors access upper stories. Please ask for assistance at the ticketing counter.
  • Ticketing counter - Access to wheelchair is limited and assistance may be required. Accessible to ambulant-disabled.
  • Public toilets for the disabled - Outside the building. Accessible to wheelchair and ambulant-disabled.
  • Public telephone - Near the Atrium
Address:
Images of Singapore
51 Imbiah Road, Sentosa
Singapore 099702
Phone: (65) 6275 0426
Fax: (65) 6275 0161
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