Calling all art enthusiasts, the National Gallery Singapore is certainly a must visit when you're in the country. How could it not be, when it displays the world’s largest public collection of modern Southeast Asian art? Situated in the heart of the Civic District inside two historical buildings — the City Hall and former Supreme Court — the gallery showcases more than 8,000 pieces from Singapore’s national collection.
Immerse yourself in the artworks and get valuable insights on Singapore as well as Southeast Asian heritage and history. Here, you will find the works of some of the region’s most prominent artists, including Georgette Chen (Singapore), Raden Saleh (Indonesia), and Latiff Mohidin (Malaysia). The gallery is also known to have hosted exhibitions on renowned international artists such as Yayoi Kusama and Claude Monet.