to wild places in Singapore
If you are unable to make an outdoor visit, why not visit these places
for an easy introduction to nature in Singapore...
Gallery of the
Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research
National University of Singapore
The gallery has exhibits and specimens covering a wide range of habitats
and lifeforms found in Singapore and beyond. Some particularly interesting
exhibitis include "Surprising Singapore" featuring interesting
animals and plants that still exist right under noses; and "Rare
treasures" that showcases our rare animals and plants.
More details on the RMBR
mms upload of a visit
to the Raffles Museum
Block S6, Level 3, Faculty of Science, Science Drive 2, Kent Ridge
Opening hours: Mon-Fri (9am-5pm) Sat (9am-1pm)
Guided tours for groups on Tuesdays and Fridays at 9am, 11am, 1pm
Charges: Free for unguided visits; $40/group for group guided
tours, $20/group for student groups.
or call 6874 5082 for group bookings (pre-book 7 days in advance).
Web of Life Exhibition A fun and exciting introduction to life
and the life sciences with sections introducing the Diversity of Life,
some creatures and creepers that share our homes, and a look at some
major habitats including the rainforest, mangroves and ocean. The
Hot Topics section gives an update on breakthroughs and important
More details on the Science Centre
website click on exhibitions.
15 Science Centre Road
Opening hours: daily except Mondays (10am-6pm)
Charges: $6/adult $3/child (3-16 yrs) $3.60/senior citizen
or call 6425 2500