The Asian Civilisations Museum is devoted to exploring the rich artistic heritage of Asia, especially the ancestral cultures of Singaporeans. Founded in 1993 and in its present building by the Singapore River since 2003, the museum traces its roots to the Raffles Museum, founded in the middle of the 19th century. #wintergetaway
Walking through the Cavenagh Bridge, it is the Asian Museum. It is also a place I highly recommend. I really stayed in it for a long time. From the bridge, it was the Asian Museum. It was originally thought to be the National Museum of Singapore. People with bad English always encounter this kind of anecdote abroad. In fact, it is very understandable, such a hot day, indoors is free to blow air conditioning, such a place really like it.
There are several such mirrored balls in front of the museum as decorations. It is very interesting to put the reflections around them in the ball. You can also take a selfie close to it. The first part of the
venue is the pottery porcelain, and some of it is salvaged by the shipwreck. The age of the clay pot can be known through the corrosion of rusty coins in the tank.
There are some preservations that are very good, without any defects, you can clearly see the painting on the surface. There is also a raised relief, and the dragon's expression is also very vivid.
Asian museums are also very large, three floors, mainly divided into several areas, maritime trade, religious beliefs, historical development, etc., and a Chinese pavilion, put a lot of Chinese famous calligraphy and painting, do not know whether it is authentic or Product