Nei Xue Tang

Buddhism is one of the religious pillars of the East. Nei Xue Tangs priceless collection of Buddhist art works pays tribute to devotees, with Buddhist artifacts, relics, antiquities and art pieces gathered from Japan and Gandhara to China and Indonesia. One of Singapores few private museums, Nei Xue Tang has carefully amassed these pieces over 35 years.

The collection is particularly strong in Chinese and Southeast Asian works, especially from Thailand and Cambodia two primarily Buddhist countries. On display are rare bronze and stone statues, amulets, talismans and relics, made from varying media such as gold, silver, bronze, stone, horns, jade and crystal. Part of the collection includes renowned and award-winning Singaporean artist – Mr Tan Swie Hian’s Buddhist works of art in calligraphy, oil and Chinese ink on rice paper.

Open
10.00 am – 5.00 pm daily

Admission
SGD 5 Adults, SGD 3 Children (above 8 years old)
* Prices are subject to changes.

Location
235 Cantonment Road, Singapore 089766

Tel
6372 0189

Fax
6533 0807

Getting There
Take MRT to Outram Park Station (EW16 – NE3) and walk 700m south along Cantonment Road.

Source:http://www.visitsingapore.com/

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