NUS Museum - Singapore
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Directions to NUS Museum
In the western region of the island, off the beaten path of most museums, sits the NUS Museum. Part of the University Cultural Centre of The National University of Singapore (NUS), the NUS Museum focuses mainly on Southeast Asian art and culture.
The museum has over 7000 artefacts and artworks ranging from classical Chinese and Indian materials to modern and contemporary Southeast Asian art and are spread across four collections.
The Lee Kong Chian Collection for the Chinese part; the South and Southeast Asian Collection for the Indian pieces; the Ng Eng Teng Collection and the Straits Chinese Collection, is located at NUS' Baba House in Chinatown.
Guided tours are available upon request. Charges may be applicable. Email or mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call
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