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Visit to the Stunning National Gallery + Maxwell Hawker Dinner

Hosted by the Consul of the Singapore Discovery Group
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Took place 3 months ago
Sat 25 May 16:00 - 20:00

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For those who missed it the last time round, we are organizing another visit to Singapore's stunning modern National Gallery! The walkabout will be followed by dinner at the awesome Maxwell Hawker Center (arguably one of Singapore's best Hawker centres).

Tickets are not required for the walkabout, unless you wish to visit some of the ticketed exhibitions.

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The latest jewel in Singapore's art crown, the National Gallery Singapore is a visual arts institution housing an unparalleled collection of modern Singapore and Southeast Asian art.

Where history meets modernity

Link bridges between the former Supreme Court and City Hall buildings in National Gallery Singapore
Photo by ©National Gallery Singapore
Fittingly located in the heart of the Civic District, the Gallery is housed in the City Hall and the former Supreme Court—two iconic buildings that have played a monumental role in Singapore's history. Utmost care was taken to ensure that preservation guidelines for these two national monuments were being upheld even as they were being remodelled into a state-of-the-art museum for the public.

Dedicated to curating a collection that will provide insights into the unique art, heritage and history in the region, the Gallery is a must-visit destination in Singapore. At 64,000 square metres, it is the largest visual arts venue in Singapore and one of the largest in the region.

Extensive Singapore and Southeast Asian art

Former Supreme Court Historical Lobby
Photo by ©National Gallery Singapore
The Gallery showcases more than 8,000 pieces from Singapore’s National Collection, making it one of the world’s largest and most invaluable public collections of Singapore and Southeast Asian modern art from the 19th century to the present day. The establishment proudly displays the works of some of Singapore’s most prominent local artists, including Georgette Chen, Chen Chong Swee and Liu Kang.