It was a weekend of "No-Work-Day" for me and the kids have finally finished their mid-term examinations. I decided to bring them out after weeks of mugging for their exams at home. The weather was unpredictable and I did not want to see their mood dampened by the bad weather (was originally planning to bring them for outdoor play). I decided to bring them to one of the museums in Singapore. Why not? It's fun, air-conditioned and free entrance some more.
The children get to learn about stamps...and more stamps from around the world.
Junior YS was getting a little bit bored *yawned*
Miniature of various postal boxes from around the world.
Interactive games on the screen to keep them busy.
Virtual "cooking" of different cuisines.
Learning about herbs & spices...
Who wants to drink kopi?
Wearing the very "fashionable" wooden clogs.
Picked up the antique telephone.
Harlow? Who are you?
Nowadays we hardly snail mails to friends & families anymore.
Tried to throw the horseshoe ring over the stick.
Look! Our faces appeared on the stamp.
There are 2 levels for you to explore slowly and if the time is not enough, you can always come back another day. By the way, entrance is free for Singaporean & PR.
June holiday is coming! It will be fun to bring your kids there to explore :)
Singapore Philatelic Museum
23-B Coleman Street
Tel: 6337 3888
Fax: 6337 8958
Opening Hours: 1pm-7pm (Monday) & 9.30am-7pm (Tuesday to Sunday)