Introduction to Peranakan traditions and cuisine. Very pleasant atmosphere, good guide with excellent knowledge
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For those who want to learn more about The Overseas Chinese especially the Peranakan from South East Asia, this is one of the good source you can get.Ssituated near Fort Canning Park, this lovely little and peaceful building had all the exhibit and divided all...More
Very interesting place to learn about the Peranakan culture of Singapore. The museum features exhibits divided into rooms that cover topics such as marriage, death, food, etc...of the Peranakans. They give guided tours (included in your ticket, check the times) and our Indian guide was...More
A lovely little museum in a lovely little street with beautiful old buildings with lovely Footways. The building itself is wonderful inside and out and photo worthy on its own. Very interesting and informative museum. I knew the word Peranakan but now I know really...More
If you wish to learn about the Peranakan life and customs then this is the place to be. It gives you an interesting glimpse into the past of the Peranakan people.
The focus on cultural identity, and customs, furniture, porcelain, wedding traditions, was very well set out. Good air conditioning made the ambiance most pleasant our guide was very knowledgeable and provided us with an amazing amount of detail, sadly though I could have done with...More
I had previously visited a Peranakan house in Malaca so I was very interested to see more items and I wasn't disappointed. This museum is very well laid out across 3 floors - but I took advantage of a free guided tour that was just...More
This beautiful museum is housed in a 3-storey building in Armenian Street in Singapore and the interior is even more fascinating with a very wide range of exhibits and artefacts of the Peranakan or Baba Nyonya community from the Straits Settlements of Malaya and Singapore....More
A former school, this quaint museum offers the visitor a glimpse into the life of peranakans, and more importantly, who they are. I enjoyed the guided walking tour as it provided better insights than if I had walked through on my own.
This museum, although small, kept us fascinated for nearly two hours. It links the culture of Peranakan culture today back through the 20th century and beyond to its origins. Very well thought out and executed!, videos on the second floor were informative.