Singapore City Gallery

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Singapore City Gallery, previously known as URA Gallery, is a quick 30-minute must-go destination for every corporate visitor or educational city tour

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Singapore City Gallery, previously known as URA Gallery, is a quick 30-minute must-go destination for every corporate visitor or educational city tour. Spanning three storeys, it is the Singapore City visitor centre about city planning - how Singapore is transformed to being a vibrant metropolis for 4.1 million people and yet has space for greenery, built heritage and gracious living.

One of the highlights is a fascinating, huge Central Area Model offering visitors a unique bird's eye view of Singapore's city centre. With a light-and-sound show, it gives a good orientation of the major places of interest - Singapore River and Orchard Road, as well as latest exciting plans for Marina Bay and Bras Basah-Bugis.

Conveniently located, Singapore City Gallery is just a stone's throw from the historic heart of Chinatown, the famous Club Street with chic eateries, and the well-known Maxwell Food Centre nearby.

Admission: Free.

Opening Hours:
Mondays to Fridays: 9.00 am to 5.00 pm
Saturdays: 9.00 am to 1.00 pm

Telephone: 6321 8321
Singapore City Gallery
45 Maxwell Road
The URA Centre
Singapore 069118

Getting here: By Bus

Bus Stop

Road

Service Number

A

Cecil Street
(Opposite GB Building)
57, 131, 167,
186, 700,900

B

South Bridge Road
(Maxwell Food Centre)
80, 145

C

South Bridge
(Opposite
Sri Mariamman Temple)
61, 166, 197

By MRT
Nearest MRT stations are Tanjong Pagar (EW15) and Chinatown (NE4).

Car Parking Information

Basement Carpark at The URA Centre:

Operation Hours

7 am to 10 pm (Monday to Saturday)
Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays

Parking Charges

$1 per half hour

Reference: http://app.singaporeedu.gov.sg/asp/common/extlink.asp?url=www.ura.gov.sg/gallery

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