Haw Par Villa

Haw Par Villa, Singapore

First built in 1937, Haw Par Villa holds 25 clusters of the original statues and figurines which tells the intriguing stories of Chinese mythology, legends and Chinese values.

Described by various visitors as "fascinating, delightful, bizarre and entertaining", Haw Par Villa is like no other place in the world. Dramatising Chinese legends and folklores, the colourful statues and figurines immortalise moral values and Chinese cultural heritage for generations to come. Be fascinated by the commitment of the pilgrims in Journey to the West, the adventures of the Eight Immortals invading Neptune's Palace, the virtue of Lady White Snake.

Open: 9am - 7pm(daily)

Admission: Free

Approximate Touring Time: 2 - 3 hours

Location: 262 Pasir Panjang Road Singapore 118628
(65) 6872 2780 (Events and Programmes) or 6872 2003 (Business Development)
(65) 6872 2694

Getting There: Take SBS bus 200 from Buona Vista MRT Station (EW21), SBS bus 10, 30, TIBS bus 188 from World Trade Centre, SBS bus 143 from Orchard Road or SBS bus 51 from Chinatown.


Hello, my name is Bill Tait

Hello, my name is Bill Tait from Vancouver, B.C., Canada. I am writing you in reference to the Haw Par Villa. My wife and I have visited the Villa twice in our times in Singapore and found the mythology fascinating. We are both bible believing Christians who are also Creationists. I was wondering, since we're returning in a few months if there is anybody there who, is knowledgeable enough to guide us through the exhibits, be willing to answer our questions and explain the exhibits to us? This would mean a lot to me if you could be so kind, thank you. Bill Tait

Well my last visit to the

Well my last visit to the landmark is during my childhood if you wanna visit the place again i could help out :)