A day out at National Museum of Singapore + lunch at Kebabs Faktory
The National Museum is presently celebrating their 133rd Birthday! They threw an open-house event at their premises, so we took this opportunity to visit the nation's oldest museum, the National Museum in Singapore. I have not been there for ages, and if I am not wrong, the last time I visited the National Museum was way back in 2013, when they started to introduce free admissions for Singaporeans and PRs!
We joined the birthday hunt and explored the museum at our own pace with the clues given to us to complete the hunt, in order to redeem a personalized National Museum of Singapore design inspired A5 notebook with our very own initials!
The Singapore History Gallery explores Singapore's 700 years of eventful history starting from 14th century...
We took many random photos at the museum.
It was a nostalgic trip for me, and I have gained deeper understanding of my country. The National Museum of Singapore truly keeps Singapore's unique history alive!
Being a fan of Kebabs, I was excited to hear that the 'Kebabs Faktory' had recently opened a new outlet at Funan! Most Kebabs in Singapore are slightly pricey, but the variety/choices of food here are affordable.
There are a wide variety of Kebabs available, and it is hassle free to enjoy your food as the staff is courteous and the system of ordering is simple. During my visit, I ordered a Chicken Gyro and a Chicken Shawarma Rice Bowl. The chicken was moist, and the portions were fairly generous.
Do give this place a try if you're nearby, as the ambience is fairly relaxed and the food is good!