Gor Gor is very excited as this is his first time to the Museum
One of the major exhibits of the Museum is “The Tang Shipwreck: Gold and Ceramics from 9th-century China”.
From the website, it stated that “The exhibition features more than 130 highlights from this extraordinary shipwreck cargo. Chinese ceramics include exquisite white ware from the Xing kilns of Hebei province, 70 Changsha bowls from the over 55,000 found, and the earliest examples of complete Chinese blue-and-white ceramics known. An exquisite gold cup and a silver wine flask, the first of their kind found outside China, are also on display. The many superb objects are testament to the artistry of Tang craftsmen, who expertly adapted their wares to suit the tastes of foreign markets as far away as present-da Iraq.”
A huge collection of treasures that were discovered
Even gold objects were found
What a beautiful gold ornament!
The Museum is quite big and has several exhibits like Singapore River, Southeast Asia, West Asia, China and South Asia. You can spend several hours exploring all parts and learning the rich cultures and history of each part of the world.It will be a good place to bring your children to spend a meaningful day.
Look at all these beautiful precious porcelains
Gor Gor is learning Chinese painting and Calligraphy in School. He enjoys looking at the exhibits.
Please click this website for the latest admission charges to the Museum.
Here, we would like to thank The Arts House for inviting us to the play.