The Singapore Philatelic Museum act as a grand feast for those stamp collecting buffs. The old-fashioned building treasures a vast collection of national and international stamps that back to 1907. Even for the non-collectors the museum serves as visual treat with its wealthy and lasting traditions and customs of the multi racial Singapore displayed on visuals, postcards and stamps.
The complex procedure leading to the issue of stamps. Starting from artwork all the way through printing plates and progressive sheets to end result. All these are vibrantly depicted by means of displays, creative games and day to day activities. The guests can request by phone for pre arranged tours.
The museum is opened on Monday from 1pm to 7 pm. From Tuesday to Sunday from 9am to 7 pm.
With effect from 1 December 2003, the admission fees are SGD 3.00 for adults and SGD 2.00 for kids in the age group between 3- 12 years.
The estimated tour time duration is about one hour.
Location: 23B Coleman Street Singapore 179807
Tel: (65) 6337 3888
How to get there? You need to take the MRT to the City Hall Station (NS25/EW13) and stroll in the direction of Coleman Street.