Images of Singapore is a historical museum and interactive attraction situated on Singapore’s Sentosa Island. It explores the culture and history of Singapore using multimedia screens and displays, theatre performances, and life-size exhibitions depicting major events throughout the county’s history.
Images of Singapore LIVE is the latest incarnation of the museum. It takes visitors on a journey through the past, from Singapore’s beginnings as a humble fishing village right up to its present-day existence as a modern, 21st-century city. An interactive 45-minute performance incorporates 15 immersive themed areas with live actors, special effects, and even a boat ride.
The exhibitions here are extensive and span a period of around 200 years, covering Singapore’s pre-British period of Malaysian rule, British colonialism, the founding of colonial Singapore by Thomas Stamford Raffles, the Japanese occupation, and finally its post-colonialist era.
A restaurant and gift shop can be found inside and at the exit of the museum.
Images of Singapore is located on Sentosa Island. It can be reached by taking the North-East Line or Circle Line of the MRT to the HarbourFront stop and taking the cable car across.