(What a mouthful!)
When the announcement came out that the only Natural History Museum in Singapore was going to be opened, I was more than excited. I had to go! My husband and I have a great love for museums and I think it is safe to say we have visited every single museum available to the public in Singapore, even the more obscure ones. (If you think there’s a museum I haven’t been to, drop me an email or a comment below.)
Finally I had the chance to visit the newly opened Singapore LKCNHM aka Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum. My dream would be to, of course, visit the London Natural History Museum, which is the museum of all museums in my mind. That aside, thanks to Mr Lee’s contribution, the remnants of whatever wildlife left in Metropolitan Singapore can forever be remembered and preserved.
Naturally, I took plenty of pictures so I probably have to split this trip into two more visually digestible parts. Enjoy!
Moving on to…
Hmm, judging by the lack of photos, I don’t think much of birds don’t I? It is true.
End of part one! In part two, I will post pictures of the popular dinosaurs and mammals exhibits.
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