Indian Textiles and a dress that reminded me of what my aunts and mum used to wear. Dresses they sewed themselves, in this very style, on a white singer machine.
I found the hall itself quite lovely.
The architecture of our museums is quite impressive.
My cousin was impressed by the arabic calligraphy.
A beautiful box where the Koran is kept.
We liked the more interactive displays like this map.
Singapore was not in existence and part of the Srivijayan empire way back then.
This is the current special exhibit.
The food from Northern India: Mainly breads with dishes which has a thick sauce and dairy products such as cream, paneer, ghee, and youghurt. These dishes are warmly flavoured rather than heat from chillies.