With more than 19 years of history, the Fuk Tak Chi Museum in Singapore’s first street museum which features Chinese history and culture, and showcases artefacts depicting the lives of early Chinese migrants in Singapore.
Originally built in 1824 by the Hakka community, the temple in which the museum is housed in Singapore’s oldest temple dedicated to the deity Tua Pek Kong. The temple was restored and converted into a museum by craftsmen from China and Malaysia and features more than 200 artefacts contributed by residents in Chinatown.
Stop here for an up-close look at over 200 artefacts donated by residents in Chinatown, which will give you a glimpse into the way of life of the early immigrants.
How to Get to Fuk Tak Chi Museum Singapore
Address: 76 Telok Ayer Street Singapore 048464
By Bus: 30, 60, 80, 145, 166, 186, 197 and 970
Nearest MRT: Telok Ayer MRT
Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm Daily
Nearby places to check out:
- Thian Hock Keng Temple
- Singapore City Gallery
- Buddha Tooth Relic Temple
- Ann Siang Hill Park
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