Asian Civilization Museum (ACM) indeed is one of the most prestigious museums in Singapore. It’s one of the best methods to explore the amazing arts and crafts that belong to the Pan-Asian region.
History of the Museum
Although the ACM was established in 1997, it was in a different location. Changes were made to the collections from time to time, and today, it’s a solid place in which you can explore the multi-ethnic nature of Singaporean society.
The journey through the museum spreads across 3 levels, which means 11 beautiful and unique galleries. Some of the Chinese and Asian relics displayed here date back to over 5000 years ago.
It’s not just a museum
In addition to showcasing arts and crafts from various Asian civilisations, this museum premises is used for hosting many festivals throughout the year. It also hosts special exhibitions as well sometimes.
Visiting the Museum
Are you staying at Ascott Orchard Singapore which is one of the serviced apartments in Singapore for a short-term period? If so, you will be glad to know that the museum isn’t far from here. Although the museum is open daily, on Fridays, admission is free from 6.00 -9.00 pm.