|There is lots for the kids to explore and learn.|
For centuries, these islands have been important landmarks for sailors, and also home to different communities who lived off their waters. After Singapore gained independence, the islands were transformed dramatically and nearly all their inhabitants resettled on the mainland.Balik Pulau, is a return to the islands, in memory and spirit, to recover the stories of those who lived, worked and played there. We chart the changes that have taken place and how a new generation is rediscovering our islands and forging new links to them.
|A wonderful slide show of our islands past and present |
reveals interesting and thought-provoking facts.
Free Guided Tours- Balik Pulau Exhibition
English: 11am-12pm (Every day 18 July-27 July)
Mandarin: 1.30pm-2.30pm (Every day 18 July-27 July)
Malay: 3pm-4pm (Weekends: 19, 20, 26 & 27 July )
Tamil: 4pm-5pm (Weekends: 19, 20, 26 & 27 July)
Guided tours are subject to availability of volunteer guides.
For more information, please enquire at the Stamford Visitor Services Counter.
Estimated duration: 45 mins
*Limited to 15 participants on a first come, first served basis
Date and time: Open 1 Jul - 10 Aug, 10am – 6pm
Venue: National Museum of Singapore, Stamford Gallery, Level 1