It’s free for Singaporeans and Permanent Residents so we really should take advantage of this. The building itself is spectacular and we are always awestruck looking up at the dome with the stain glass.
As I went with two darling little angels and didn’t except to blog about this, it will mostly feature what the children found fascinating. Anyway museums or any activity is always more fun through the excitement of children. Their ability to see detail we would otherwise have missed and their fresh perspectives. Enriches the whole experience.
This never gets old for a child and they find this moving display just outside the Museum Gift Shop, fascinating.
In Tamil we call this iddiappam (string hoppers) with sakkerrei (orange sugar). We had this quite often for dinner even.
I used to love Barbie dolls and one of the highlights of my childhood was my dad buying me a ballerina Barbie. He usually only bought me books and I used to be so forlorn seeing the several dolls my more affluent friends possessed, assuming I would never get one as they were so expensive.
This is only a fraction of the museum and it would be good to revisit.