When we stepped inside we have found the most extensive and vast collection of unique Peranakan artefacts that portrayed the rich tradition of different cultures including Malay, Indian, Chinese, South East Asia and Singapore. The heritage of each country was simply impressive and we were amazed to know how each country is connected with each other since so many ages.
If you are lucky enough then you can enjoy a program which happens twice a year. The exhibitions will give you a perfect picture of South East Asian tradition and heritage. The museum is considered as National Heritage and is counted under Asian civilizations.
The museum is open daily from 10 am to 7 pm, and on Fridays it is open till 9 pm. There are even cost efficient packages if you come in groups or families. Different stages of the Peranakan life are depicted from infanthood to adulthood in the galleries, which included wedding events, food, feasting, religion, fashion and language, and public life of the people.
So, on a final note, I had a great learning experience here and I request my readers to check out this place when they are in Singapore.