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Singapore Art Museum opened its doors in 1996 as the first fully committed visual arts museum in Singapore. The museum has built one of the world’s most significant collections of contemporary art by artists from Singapore, Southeast Asia and Asia. Some of the famous attractions here are Peranakan Museum and Bugis Street. End your day at some of the best Singapore Art Museum hotels that can be found here.

Popular hotels near Singapore Art Museum

BEDROOM Oxford Hotel
218 Queen Street, Bugis, Singapore, Singapore, 188549
Convenient - 79,0 / 10(250)
BEDROOM 30 Bencoolen
30 Bencoolen Street, Bencoolen, Bugis, Singapore, Singapore, 189621
Superb - 91,0 / 10(495)
55 Waterloo Street - Catholic Welfare, Singapore - 187954 -, Bugis, Singapore, Singapore, 187954
Guestroom Carlton Hotel Singapore
76 Bras Basah Road, Dhoby Ghaut, Orchard, Singapore, Singapore, 189558
With a stay at Carlton Hotel Singapore in Singapore (Colonial District - Beach Road), you'll be minutes from CHIJMES and Raffles City. This 4-star hotel is close to Chinatown Heritage Center and National Orchid Garden.
Impressive - 89,0 / 10(410)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Hotel Royal @ Queens
12 Queen Street, Bugis, Singapore, Singapore, 188553
Impressive - 83,0 / 10(117)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING StayGuarantee - Bugis
30 Bencoolen Street, Bencoolen, Bugis, Singapore, Singapore, 189621
Other Strand Hotel
25 Bencoolen Street, Singapore, Bencoolen, Bugis, Singapore, Singapore, 189619
87 Victoria Street, Bugis, Singapore, Singapore, 188016
Impressive - 85,0 / 10(130)
41 Bencoolen Street, Bencoolen, Bugis, Singapore, Singapore, 189623
Impressive - 88,0 / 10(1194)
48 Bencoolen Street, Bencoolen, Bugis, Singapore, Singapore, 189627
Impressive - 85,0 / 10(3504)
101 Victoria Street, Bugis, Singapore, Singapore, 188018
Impressive - 86,0 / 10(1150)
9 Bras Basah Road, Bencoolen, Bugis, Singapore, Singapore, 189559
Impressive - 87,0 / 10(150)
RESTAURANT Hotel Bencoolen Singapore
47 Bencoolen Street, Bencoolen, Bugis, Singapore, Singapore, 189626
Impressive - 87,0 / 10(4765)
51 Bencoolen Street, Bencoolen, Bugis, Singapore, Singapore, 189630
Impressive - 90,0 / 10(134)
1 Orchard Road, Dhoby Ghaut, Orchard, Singapore, Singapore, 238824
One Orchard Road, Dhoby Ghaut, Orchard, Singapore, Singapore, 238824
Impressive - 85,0 / 10(343)
40-44(2Nd-4Th Storey) Armenian Street, Dhoby Ghaut, Orchard, Singapore, Singapore


The Singapore Art Museum (SAM) focuses on international contemporary art practices, specialising in Singapore and Southeast Asia. Housed in a restored 19th-century mission school, Singapore Art Museum opened its doors in 1996 as the first art museum in Singapore and also known as SAM, and the museum is now a contemporary art museum.

SAM has built one of the world's most important public collections of Southeast Asian contemporary artworks, with a growing component in international contemporary art. SAM draws from its collection and collaborates with international contemporary art museums to co-curate and present contemporary art exhibitions. Contemporary art of the region is also given international exposure through SAM's travelling exhibition programme and collection loans.

Visitors can extend their SAM experience through complementary and exhibition-related education and public programmes such as exhibition-related public programmes and workshops, educational programmes and workshops which cover a diversity of art trends and contemporary art practices for all ages. Apart from that, outreach programmes are conducted too where SAM programmes are extended outside of the museum to schools, community centres, and partner locations. It is worth mentioning that SAM is the organiser of the Singapore Biennale in 2011, 2013 and 2016. On 13 November 2013, SAM became incorporated as an independent company limited by guarantee.

How to Get There

By Car

From the city, it will take about 20 minutes to reach there by using the Central Expressway (CTE) highway.

Tourists Attractions

Helix Bridge  

One of the major landmarks of Singapore, The Helix Bridge resembles the structure of DNA. It is an architectural marvel and the world’s first double helix bridge. It is 280-metres long and is made up of three 65-metres spans and two 45-metres end spans. It comprises two delicate helix structures that act together as a tubular truss. The helix tubes only touch each other in one position, under the bridge deck. Featuring five viewing platforms across the length of the bridge, you can enjoy the sweeping views of Singapore’s skyline and various events in the vicinity from here. In the evening, a series of dynamic multi-coloured LED lights glow on the bridge making it look spectacular. From the bridge, you can capture awe-inspiring panoramic views of the Marina Bay.

Jurong Bird Park

When Salman Khan and Karisma Kapoor danced to the tunes of ‘Jungle Hai Adhi Raat Hai’ in Biwi No. 1, it was no other place but Jurong Bird Park. A major tourist attraction in Singapore, it is home to more than 600 species of birds. You can feed lories and lorikeets at the Lory Loft enclosure which is exciting and enjoyable. A tram takes you around the park showing various sites like the tallest human-made waterfall, walk-in aviaries and more. The aviaries resemble the natural habitat of birds and provide a comfortable atmosphere for them. A 50-acre sanctuary inside the park imparts educational information about the residents. It also showcases entertaining bird shows throughout the day. The highlight of this place is the underwater viewing gallery where you can watch pelicans prepare to catch their lunch. You can let your kids indulge in an amazing dining experience with the singing parrot. But, you may have to pay extra for this activity. There is a Birdz of Play wet & dry area at this location where kids can play.

Bugis Street

Bugis Street market is the biggest shopping area in Singapore with more than 800 shops selling a host of things at unbelievably cheap rates. Don’t expect to ge here the cutting-edge fashion products you would get in the high-end markets of Singapore, but you can expect to buy products of good quality at very affordable prices. All types of products including souvenirs, accessories, clothes, electronics, houseware, cosmetics and stationery are available here for people of different tastes.


Oxford Hotel

Oxford Hotel is a favourite choice among tourists and business travellers. Located in the heart of the city, it is close to major tourist attractions and the central business district. Recently refurbished, this charming boutique hotel now sports a fresh, contemporary look and a bright, modern ambience. What remains unchanged is our friendly, personalised service which makes our guests feel right at home. The price starts from SGD 88.00 per night. There are 134 guest rooms are recently remodelled with a modern contemporary look in vibrant and rich hues. All rooms are fully equipped with modern amenities.

30 Bencoolen

Set on a broad, tree-lined street in the heart of the arts and cultural district, 30 Bencoolen offers a cool, contemporary ambience in an ideal central location. You can relax in a warmly decorated room a short walk from top attractions in Singapore such as the landmark National Museum and Singapore Art Museum. Family rooms for up to 4 guests are available. You can enjoy casual all-day dining in our hip restaurant and gourmet coffees or chilled wines in the lounge bar. After a busy day, head up to the rooftop to unwind in the outdoor pool and spa tub.

Decorated in warm grey tones, welcoming rooms come with stylish furnishings and dark natural wood features. Some have spacious furnished balconies, while our family rooms are among the best in Singapore. Reliable, high-speed Wi-Fi is complementary and can help keep the kids happy while you check your email at the large desk. Business guests are a 16-minute walk from Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre. At the hotel, you can host events in 6 stylish function rooms equipped with state-of-the-art presentation facilities. The price starts from SGD 143.00 per night.

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