09 May 2016

Siapa Nama Kamu?

Siapa Nama Kamu?
means "What is your name?"

It was one sunny Tuesday when KL asked me if I want to visit National Gallery Singapore. This is my first time visiting an exhibition in Singapore, and definitely won't be my last.

This gallery is so big and quiet. Even if it's really hot outside, inside is comfortably cool and cozy. There are also many gallery guards spread in every corner of this gallery to help visitors if there's something they want to know more about the exhibition. The gallery guards are all kind and will greet visitors with smile.

Now let me show you around to some of my favorites in "Siapa Nama Kamu?" exhibition. The majority of this exhibition is painting, but some spots are also displaying 3D art like the photo above. However, not all areas are allowed to be taken picture of. Some of my favorite pieces are sadly, inside those area.

I enjoyed looking at the collection of this exhibition so much! At the end of the gallery, visitor can make a collage out of all the artworks here and turn it into a digital postcard. It's free and instantly sent to your email. Here I am pinning some of my favorite portrait paintings because they go well with the title.

And after a great time spent inside of the gallery, we went to the roof top of the building to feel some fresh air. On this spot, you can see the beautiful skyline of Singapore and some of the famous Singapore's landmarks like Marina Bay Sands, ArtScience Museum, Singapore Flyer, Esplanade, and many more. There's also a cafe there where you can rest, have some nice meal, chat with your friends, while of course, enjoy the view.

And here's to a little detail of my outfit of that day:

National Gallery Singapore

1 St Andrew's Rd, Singapore 178957

Admission ticket:
SGD 20 Non-Singaporeans
SGD 15 Concession holders and children between 7 and 12 years
Free admission for Singapore Citizens/PRs and children 6 years and under

Visit the website: https://www.nationalgallery.sg/

1 comment:

  1. Hey Carolynn, I like your blog! That exhibition is awesome! Anyway, just curious, how old are you?