Visiting the Asian Museum of Civilization in Singapore, most of the cultural relics on display come from ancient China, such as a large number of porcelain found on a sinking ship in the Tang Dynasty near Singapore. The patterns on the porcelain reflect the trend of cultural integration between the East and the West at that time. There are also a few relics in the Middle East. It is a pity that some of the larger Middle East cultural relics museums are not open for renovation. ???
The Asian Museum of Civilization in Singapore visited. Most of the cultural relics on display came from ancient China. For example, a large number of pottery found on a sinking ship of Tang Dynasty near Singapore. The patterns on the pottery reflected the trend of cultural integration between East and West at that time, and a small number of Middle East cultural relics.
It's too hot to come in for the summer, so it's convenient to buy tickets immediately, which is cheaper than the spot, but it doesn't include the tickets to the Forster Exhibition. The exhibits are not too rich, but they are well laid out. They are worth seeing. They are very helpful to understand the history of Singapore. The interactive children who stamp and stick paper are very fond of it.
Just beside the city hall, behind the Fulton Hotel, there are three floors. The exhibits include salvages from sunken ships of the Tang Dynasty, porcelain, maritime Silk Road trade, Buddhist art and so on. However, the brochures are in English, but the brochures are in Chinese.
The Asia Civilisations Museum in Queen's Square, an office building in the early British colonies and the current government, has a strong British neoclassical style. In addition to the exhibition hall of Chinese civilization, it also shows the cultural heritage of Southeast Asia and Islamic countries.
The Museum of Asian Civilization near the statue of Raffles was once the site of the Singapore Museum of Cultural Relics with a magnificent appearance. Inside the Museum, the cultural essence of Asian countries is displayed, including many ceramics and metal crafts from the Shang Dynasty to the Republic of China, many of which are rare treasures and worth visiting.
Quiet museums display exhibits from different countries, and when they go, they just catch up with the Korea Exhibition, which can be a feast for the eyes, just at the junction of Merlion and Clara Wharf, along the Singapore River. The front green park configuration and artwork, feel very good. It's a comfortable place with few visitors.
The full price of tickets for the Asian Museum of Civilization is NT$15 per person. I heard that some people have met with half-price and free tickets. Singapore is too small in this country, so the museum is relatively small, but the museum will let people increase a lot of knowledge.