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Singapore NUS museums

The museum is situated in the midst of tranquil environs at the Kent Ridge Crescent adjacent to the National University of Singapore. The NUS museum provides an unforgettable experience for any individual looking for a flavor of antique culture and existing artworks of Asia. You can also see China’s nearly 70 centuries old affluent customs that unfurls in front of your eyes. A fabulous assortment of paintings, ceramics, jade, calligraphy and bronze narrates a tale that is at the back .of one of the world’s best civilization. You can also enjoy the gorgeous exhibit of South and Southeast Asian art pieces. You can also have a glimpse of the works done by the leading sculptor of the country Ng Eng Teng.

Adjacent to the NUS museum is the University culture centre. It is a drama hall which stages fantastic performances. You can plan an evening at the Kent Ridge and soak yourself in the art occurrence that happens over there.

Address: NUS Museums Building, University Cultural Centre, 50 Kent Ridge Crescent, National University of Singapore, Singapore 119279
Tel: 6874 4616 / 6874 4618
The museum is opened daily from 9am to 5 pm. On Sundays and other public holidays, the museum is closed.