If exploring cultures sounds exciting, you’re in for a treat. Home to a blend of communities, ethnicities and traditions, Singapore has a unique multi-layered heritage with Asian as well as Colonial traces. And you can witness their stories at the various museums and historic centres across the island. Most notably, the National Gallery Singapore and Asian Civilisations Museum in the Colonial District, Baba House and Chinatown Heritage Centre in Chinatown, the Indian Heritage Centre or the Sultan Mosque in Little India all frequently make the traveller’s choice of things to do in Singapore.
Each of these places will show you a unique facet of culture. See high-profile 19th Century Southeast Asian art or temporary exhibitions of modern collections. Marvel at one-of-a-kind heritage structures or extraordinary historic artefacts, the choice really is yours. The only suggestion would be to keep your visits planned for early in the day so that the heat and humidity is less harsh as is the number of other sightseers.