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Indian Heritage Centre

The Indian Heritage Centre is a place depicting the cultures and traditions of Indian livelihoods living in Singapore. This place attracts several history enthusiasts with a vast collection of cultural and traditional units of the Indian inhabitants. Known for the unique array, the Indian Heritage Centre provides the early signs and the evaluatory signs of the Indian lives in Singapore with a variety of cultural and traditional units of the lives of the Indians. Hence, history enthusiasts do not hesitate. If you pose interests in Indian lives, cultures and tradition, grab a ticket to Indian Heritage Centre, and enjoy the history, culture and traditions of Indian lives in Singapore.

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Last Updated: 16th Jan 2022
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Indian Heritage Centre Highlights

  • The Museum started its journey on the 7th of May in 2015. 
  • Comprised of 3090 square kilometres this place is large enough for the vast and unique collection of the Indian cultural and traditional livelihoods.
  • The museum is a four-storeyed properly maintained low-riser building.   
  • The museum’s entrance is decorated with a 5 meter high stone portal with a warm timber door, reflecting the Indian craftsmanship. 
  • The museum has a tight triangle site gallery of 5000 square meters for Indian culture and traditions exhibitions. 

What To Expect

IHC’s permanent galleries (located at levels 4 and 3) feature five themes which are arranged chronologically to span 1st century CE to the 21st century. The galleries present, through artefact and interactive displays, the history of interactions between South and Southeast Asia, depict the experiences of the Indian community in both Singapore and Malaya in the colonial period, and highlight the contributions of the Indian and South Asian communities to Singapore’s nation-building efforts.

Indian Heritage Centre Tickets

Learn about the Indian art and crafts

Indians in Singapore: Past & Present - 1st to 21st century, history well represented in Permanent Gallery

The museum have exceptional Exhibits and is famous for it's design

Get a blast from the past with all the different artifacts showing Indian Heritage.

Enjoy Traditional exhibits and shows with free guided tour

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Confirmation

  •  A confirmation email will be sent to you once the booking is done.
  • Make sure to check your Spam folder if you haven't received an email from us. You can also notify us via email.

Insider Tips

  1. Robert Greg Shand is the architect of the Museum. The museum reflects the characteristics of Shand’s architecture in nature. 
  2. To represent the diverse Indian culture, Greg Shand has developed a Baoli theme for the museum. The Baoli theme does not represent any particular religion or race; instead, it reflects the diverse culture of the Indian subcontinent. 
  3. The Baoli theme represents the stepped water well used in Indian villages. 
  4. The design reflects the essence of a glowing lantern in the nights in villages of India. This reflection has made the place a little India for the inhabitants of Singapore. 
  5. The place represents the custom, traditions, cultures, and heritages of the Indian communities such as the businessman, traders, and artists.  
  6. For the South Asian communities living in Singapore, this place is a prime attraction for their enthusiasm for Indian culture and tradition. 

Know Before You Go

  1. The Indian Heritage Centre is located at the Campbel Lane in Singapore. 
  2. Opening Hours
    Tuesdays – Thursdays: 10.00am to 7.00pm
    Fridays – Saturdays: 10.00am to 8.00pm
    Sundays/Public Holidays*: 10.00am to 4.00pm
    Closed on Mondays
  3. The Museum remains officially closed on Mondays. 
  4. Photography or Filmography is allowed for personal uses. Use of photographies and filmographies for commercial services are strictly prohibited. 
  5. For the tickets, you can start your booking in advance hours. The authorities will send you a confirmation after a successful booking. 
  6.  If you have faced any problem regarding a booking, you can let the authorities know via your email.

In the time of the Covid-19 pandemic, there are some strict protocols for the visitors. 

  1. Visitors need to maintain proper social distancing. 
  2. Visitors need to wear face masks properly. 
  3. It will be useful for the visitors if they carry a hand sanitizer for their personal uses. 
  4. Visitors need to be co-operative with the staff in terms of maintaining cleanliness. 

How To Use

  • You can present either a printed copy or a mobile e-ticket.
  • Indian Heritage Centre Ticket is only valid during the period specified in the selected package
  • You can enter the attraction directly with this ticket.

Address

  • 5, Campbell Lane Singapore, Singapore 209899

How To Get There

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Indian Heritage Centre Address

Address. Tel. 6291 1601. Opening Hours. Tuesdays – Thursdays: 10.00am to 7.00pm.

  • By Bus. By MRT. Little India MRT Station, Exit E. By Taxi/Car.
  • Entrance to the building is located on Campbell Lane.
  • Wheelchair Access.

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