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|1 Year Validity from Date of Purchase||Esplanade & Me||Lifestyle/Leisure|
|Sat, 23 Sep - Sun, 25 Mar 2018||National Museum of Singapore, Exhibition Galleries, Basement||Lifestyle/Leisure|
|Fri, 29 Dec 2017-
Wed, 31 Jan 2018
|National Museum of Singapore, Permanent Galleries, Level 1 and 2||Lifestyle/Leisure|
|Thu, 28 Dec 2017-
Wed, 28 Feb 2018
|Valid till 11 Apr 2018||Resorts World Sentosa||Lifestyle/Leisure|
|Valid till 30 May 2018||Universal Studios Singapore, Resorts World™ Sentosa||Lifestyle/Leisure|
|Tue, 31 Oct 2017-
Sat, 31 Mar 2018
|Waterfront @ Resorts World Singapore||Lifestyle/Leisure|
In finding new ways to bring the arts closer to you, we also want to get to know you better. Esplanade&Me (E&Me) is an opportunity for us to grow our community and strengthen our relationship with you through the arts.E&Me is more than a card for arts lovers; it’s your special pass to experience the arts, a chance to go behind the scenes, a way to support the arts – an opportunity for everyone to be engaged, be involved and be entertained.Visit www.esplanade.com for details
NMS - Witness To War: Remembering 1...
75 years on from the fall of Singapore, rediscover this watershed event through a special international exhibition at the National Museum of Singapore. Hear first-hand accounts from witnesses to war: ordinary men and women whose lives were overturned by the outbreak of hostilities in Singapore in 1942. The exhibition presents the complexities of the events that led to the fall of Singapore, paying homage to the extraordinary courage and tenacity with which these men and women bore their circumstances.Featuring artefacts from 10 overseas museums such as the Australian War Memorial and the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, Witness to War will also explore how Singapore's fall was a part of a wider campaign waged by the Japanese Empire across the Pacific. These overseas artefacts, many of which have never been displayed in Southeast Asia before, highlight a shared regional history.
National Museum of Singapore: Singa...
With a history dating back to its inception in 1887, the NATIONAL MUSEUM OF SINGAPORE is the nation's oldest museum with a progressive mind. A cultural and architectural landmark in Singapore, the museum redefines the conventional museum experience by exploring multiple perspectives of history and cutting-edge presentations. The National Museum refreshed and re-opened its permanent galleries on 19 September 2015 for Singapore's Golden Jubilee. With updated stories and content, the galleries recapture the nation's defining moments, challenges and achievements from its earliest beginnings 700 years ago to the independent, modern city-state it is today. Visit the SINGAPORE HISTORY GALLERY, the LIFE IN SINGAPORE: THE PAST 100 YEARS galleries, and the GOH SENG CHOO GALLERY and the GLASS ROTUNDA, and take another look at Singapore's history.SINGAPORE HISTORY GALLERYThe Singapore History Gallery's updated narrative charts the development of the island as it was known through the years as Singapura, Crown Colony, Syonan-To, and finally, Singapore. In celebration of 50 years of independence, this gallery is refreshed with updated stories and content on Singapore's history, capturing the nation's defining moments, challenges and achievements from its earliest beginnings 700 years ago to the independent, modern city-state it is today.LIFE IN SINGAPORE: THE PAST 100 YEARSSpanning the last 100 years, these four galleries present snapshots of everyday life through the different eras in Singapore's history. In the gallery examining the 1920s-1930s, discover how modern and progressive people were in colonial times. Gain a deeper appreciation for the resourcefulness and resilience of those who found hope and love in the gallery covering the years of the Japanese Occupation. See the 1950s-1960s through the eyes of a child growing up alongside the nation, as this gallery captures the dreams and aspirations of a generation. Self-expression andcreativity take the front seat in the 1970s-1980s gallery, which explores how a new, confident, Singaporean identity emerged.GOH SENG CHOO GALLERYDiscover the fine line between Desire and Danger at this stimulating new exhibition at the Goh Seng Choo Gallery. Featuring creatures that arouse appetites and instil fear, and exotic plants sought for their ability to induce pleasure or pain, this selection of drawings from the William Farquhar Collection of Natural History Drawings explores the complex and sometimes uneasy relationship between man and nature.GLASS ROTUNDAThe National Museum of Singapore’s Glass Rotunda offers visitors the option of beginning their experience of the Singapore History Gallery with two permanent art installations. Story of the Forest is a digital art installation inspired by the museum’s prized William Farquhar Collection ofNatural History Drawings. Sixty-nine drawings from the collection are brought to life through a spectacular, larger-than-life digital presentation, transporting visitors to 20th-century Malaya as viewed through the eyes of the artists of that time, and reimagined today by interdisciplinary Japanese art collective teamLab. At the end of this interactive multimedia journey, visitorswill view a photography exhibit titled Singapore, Very Old Tree by Singaporean artist Robert Zhao that explores the discourse of nature through 17 images of trees around Singapore, before they continue to the Singapore History Gallery.
The Peranakan Museum Admission
The Peranakan Museum explores the culture of Peranakan communities in Southeast Asia. Installed in the former Tao Nan Chinese School, built in 1912, this intimate museum possesses one of the finest and most comprehensive collections of Peranakan objects. Galleries on three floors illustrate the cultural traditions and the distinctive visual arts of the Peranakans.
Explore the marine realm of S.E.A. Aquarium, home to more than 100,000 marine animals of over 800 species. Come face-to-face with sharks, manta rays, goliath grouper and other magnificent marine animals. It's an experience you won't forget.
Sands SkyPark Observation Deck
The Sands SkyPark is an architectural masterpiece sitting on top of the three hotel towers at Marina Bay Sands. This 1.2 hectare tropical oasis is longer than the Eiffel Tower is tall and large enough to park four-and-a-half A380 jumbo jets. It extends to form one of the world's largest public cantilevers. The ticketed public observation deck can host hundreds of people. Apart from taking in the stunning views, visitors will learn about the construction of the SkyPark through a complimentary audio guide, which allows visitors to hear commentaries on key commercial and historic parts of Singapore, all of which can be appreciated from this unique vantage point. Souvenirs can be purchased from the SkyPark gift shops. The SkyPark's lush, landscaped gardens are home to 250 trees and 650 plants and is a total of total of 12,400 square meters of space - big enough to fit three football fields! Guided tours will no longer be available as of 1st September 2013. *Please take note Observation Deck guests will not have access to the Pool and Gardens. Stanchions will restrict the Observation deck guests at the CeLaVi restaurant. Your understanding is greatly appreciated.* Click Here For SkyPark Conditions of Entry
Universal Studios Singapore®
Go beyond the screen and Ride The Movies at Universal Studios Singapore. Only here can you experience cutting-edge rides, shows, and attractions based on your favorite blockbuster films and television series at one of only 4 global locations! The park's 24 rides and attractions will satisfy every cinematic fantasy, including the Battlestar Galactica dueling roller coaster, Jurassic Park river rapids, and a 4D Shrek show. The 50-acre park has 7 different movie-themed zones: Hollywood, New York, Sci-Fi City, Ancient Egypt, The Lost World, Far Far Away and Madagascar. Universal Studios Singapore is sure to indulge the thrill-seeker or movie buff's every fantasy.
Trick Eye Museum
Trick Eye Museum originates from Korea with three well-established museums in different parts of the country- Seoul, Jeju and Busan. The museum becomes increasingly popular with rising number of visitors every year since its first launch in 2010. Trick Eye Museum is not just a popular destination for their locals; it has a huge ever-increasing number of fans around the world. Crowned by TripAdvisor as the 'No. 1' attraction in Korea- Museum Category, this concept of Trick Eye Museum which gains popularity so rapidly in just 3 years' time uses the special art technique of 'optical illusions' which transform 2D paintings into 3D effect. Singapore is the first stop of Trick Eye Museum’s overseas venture and the museum is located at the hub of local attractions- Resorts World Sentosa. The museum will house around 100 artworks including paintings and sculptures. Majority of the artworks are specially designed just for Trick Eye Museum Singapore and not found at the museums in Korea. Visitors in the museum are encouraged to express their imagination in creating the most realistic 'masterpiece'.
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