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Consisting of over 8,000 pieces of art, the National Gallery of Singapore is the world's largest public collection of Singaporean and Southeast Asian art. The collection ranges from 19th-century art to that of the present day. There are also interactive works, regular exhibitions, conferences and events held at the gallery. The gallery seeks to exhibit and promote Southeast Asian artwork and aims to provide an understanding and appreciation of the art and culture of the region.
Trickeye Museum is a magnificent place to spend fun time with the whole family. But don't fret if you are alone, you can still enjoy your time here and even click some pictures to surprise friends and relatives. It is a place where children and adults can escape into a fairy tale, fantasy, or a mystery world and become a part of it with secrets to explore and get excited about and experience the magical world of four-dimensional spaces. A world created with pictures and objects for you to interact with all your senses, take pictures and enjoy endlessly.
1977 saw the inaugural opening of the Science Center Singapore that has since fascinated children, inspired teenagers and enlightened adults. More than 600 exhibits in seven themed galleries provide enthralling insights into the physical and life sciences. Seeing the world through an insect's eyes, wandering through the human biological system and learning to write in Braille are some of the things you can do. A firm favorite is the Aviation Gallery, which introduces the principles of aerodynamics and the history of flight through the use of hands-on displays.