The old Chinatown Heritage Centre is a beautiful encapsulation of what it was like to immigrate to Singapore from southern China during the 1950s. Through its fantastic, real-life exhibits, visitors can learn about one of the richest elements of Singapore’s history.
Explore the Terracotta Warrior exhibition in Singapore for the first time in a 360 degree virtual tour, where you can see these Terracotta Warriors and other artifacts up close. We are honored to have worked on such a prestigious project.
Shipwrecked: Tang Treasures and Monsoon Winds presents tens of thousands of precious ceramics as well as rare goods that were found in an ancient shipwreck. The artifacts tell tales of the Tang Dynasty. Explore this exhibit through our 360 virtual tour.
Liu Kang: A Centennial Celebration presents the works of one of the most influential artists in Singapore’s history. Through this 360 degree virtual tour, see a fusion of cultures that influenced his works.
The Singapore Biennale 2011 is the largest contemporary arts exhibit in Southeast Asia. It explores the function of alternative spaces in Singapore through unique artworks and installations. Explore the Singapore Biennale 2011 through this 360 virtual tour.