National Museum of Singapore - The Oldest Museum In The World- Singapore's Pride And Top Attraction
The oldest museum in the country, the National Museum of Singapore, aims to motivate visitors with tales from both Singapore and around the globe. The initial stages can be traced back to 1849. The museum, which was then known as the Raffles Library and Museum, moved to its present location on Stamford Road in 1887.
Best time to visit: Nov-To-Jan May-To-Aug
Things to do: Cultural Tours, Get To Know The History, Watch The Film Screenings, Wait For The Exhibitions
HOW TO REACH
- Flight - Singapore has eight airports, but Changi gateway serves as the primary gateway. It is a top-notch airport that has consistently won accolades for being the best in the globe. Numerous international cities, including New York, London, Shanghai, Paris, Sydney, Delhi, etc., are linked to the airport. Air China, Air France, Air India, Bangkok Airways, Lufthansa, Qatar Airways, and many more are major carriers that use this airport as a hub.
- Rail - By way of a shuttle train service between Woodlands Train Checkpoint in Singapore and JB Sentral in Johor Bahru, Malaysia, Singapore is linked to Malaysia. You can use buses or taxis to get to your location from the Woodlands KTMB station.
- Road - Peninsular Malaysia can travel by car to Singapore via the Johor-Singapore Causeway and the Malaysia-Singapore Second Link. There are numerous bus routes that travel to and from Malaysia, but there is no main terminal because the buses travel all over the city. KKKL, Aeroline, First Coach, NiCE, Transnasional, Transtar, and many more are some of the well-known bus companies.
HOW TO GET AROUND
- MRT - If you can, take the train and stroll to the museum. The Mass Rapid Transit (MRT), a quick rail, makes it simple to get to the National Museum. Bencoolen Station, Bras Basah Station, Dhoby Ghaut Station, or City Hall Station are good places to board a train headed for the museum. Keep in mind that you might need to travel for a while after getting off the train at the National Museum stop in order to get to the museum!
- Bus - Take a shuttle to the YMCA or Management University and then take a quick stroll. From these locations, there are numerous buses that travel straight to the National Museum. You should refer to the public transit guide to make sure you board the right bus. The majority of buses will halt outside the museum's front entrance, but some may do so a few blocks away.
- Taxi/Rental - To visit the exhibit more conveniently, drive there. If you're in Singapore and have access to a vehicle, drive to Fort Canning Road to find the museum's parking lot. Parking charges S$2.50 per hour between 7am and 6pm, so bring cash. A flat fee of S$4.00 must be paid to access the lot after 6 o'clock. Parking charges S$4.00 per hour from 3am to 7am.