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Short description: Discover what it means to be a Chinese Singapoไบบ in this exhibit. Cast magical shadow, watch videos on what makes us truly a Chinese Singaporean, learn how to make coffee in the Singaporean style and many more interactive stations!

Chapters

At-A-Glance

Main Highlights

What to wear & bring?

– Jacket/cardigan
– Food & drinks not allowed

Photo Reel

For a fun and interactive session, take a RFID wrist band for a full gallery experience!

Register your details on the right. These will help to capture your details and at the end of the gallery, you can print out a personalised report.

Grab these activity books for your children located on the left. There are 2 versions - 1 for 5 to 8 years old and the red booklet for 10+.

Join in the conversation and discover (or rediscover) what it means to be a Chinese Singapoไบบ.

Zone 1: What Makes Us, โ€œUsโ€? Little beans can play with the magic shadows projected on the walls. You can find this 'ไบบโ€˜in the activity book for 5-8 years old.

Zone 2: Beyond Generations
Peep through the drawers and doors for more surprises!

Join in the questions by tapping your RFID wrist band.

Learn about the different Chinese festivals that the Chinese Singaporeans celebrate, what they do and what are the things we use.

Zone 3: When Cultures Meet?
Little beans enjoying watching these videos and getting all hungry with the delicious food showing on the screen.

Little bean was engrossed with the colourful beads.

Do you know how many languages do you use to order a kopi-c kosong peng? Answer: 3! Learn how to order coffee the local way!

Have fun with the interactive kopi-making game!

Stop by the food projection table and learn which culture these local cuisines originated from.

Check out the big dining table at Zone 4 and find out the history of our food, art and popular culture.

Zone 4: Made in Singapore
In the hallway, take a closer look at the pop culture of Singapore.

Entering Zone 5 and watch a conveyor belt transport familiar brands and individuals around you. Take a look at the Chinese Singaporean food, culture and products that have traveled the world.

Look out for these stations where you can get a personalised report in a A4 size based on the answers you have provided.

Head up to the Rooftop Garden to get some nice shots and oversee the Marina Bay Area.

For a fun and interactive session, take a RFID wrist band for a full gallery experience!

Register your details on the right. These will help to capture your details and at the end of the gallery,...

Grab these activity books for your children located on the left. There are 2 versions - 1 for 5 to...

Join in the conversation and discover (or rediscover) what it means to be a Chinese Singapoไบบ.

Zone 1: What Makes Us, โ€œUsโ€? Little beans can play with the magic shadows projected on the walls. You can...

Zone 2: Beyond Generations Peep through the drawers and doors for more surprises!

Join in the questions by tapping your RFID wrist band.

Learn about the different Chinese festivals that the Chinese Singaporeans celebrate, what they do and what are the things we...

Zone 3: When Cultures Meet? Little beans enjoying watching these videos and getting all hungry with the delicious food showing...

Little bean was engrossed with the colourful beads.

Do you know how many languages do you use to order a kopi-c kosong peng? Answer: 3! Learn how to...

Have fun with the interactive kopi-making game!

Stop by the food projection table and learn which culture these local cuisines originated from.

Check out the big dining table at Zone 4 and find out the history of our food, art and popular...

Zone 4: Made in Singapore In the hallway, take a closer look at the pop culture of Singapore.

Entering Zone 5 and watch a conveyor belt transport familiar brands and individuals around you. Take a look at the...

Look out for these stations where you can get a personalised report in a A4 size based on the answers...

Head up to the Rooftop Garden to get some nice shots and oversee the Marina Bay Area.

Watch Us

About the Place

Free guided tours available :

Sat & Sun:
– English @3pm
– Mandarin @ 4pm
First come first served basis. Walk in and register at the registration desk at level 2.

Prices

* Free admission, no prior booking required

Opening Hours

Monday 2pm-8pm
Tues-Sat10am - 8pm

Where?

Singapore Cultural Center, Level 2

This information is accurate as of date of posting. If you know of any updates, do shout out to us (click here) and weโ€™ll update accordingly!

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