Singapore: A Book of Days

The National Museum of Singapore’s collection, which began to be assembled from the 19th century, contains a diverse range of artefacts of historical and cultural significance to Singapore.

Dome in the City: The Story of the National Museum of Singapore

Dome in the City: The Story of the National Museum of Singapore looks at the museum’s transformation over the years, with a focus on its history, collection and building.

Princely Treasures from the House of Liechtenstein

Princely Treasures from the House of Liechtensteni showcases 91 masterworks from one of the world’s best private art collections, the Princely Collections of Liechtenstein.

Special Edition of Wartime Kitchen: Food and Eating in Singapore 1942–1950 with Peacetime Kitchen: War Recipes Restored

This special edition of the National Museum’s popular book Wartime Kitchen: Food and Eating in Singapore 1942–1950 is repackaged with Peacetime Kitchen: War Recipes Restored, a set of twelve wartime recipes adapted for modern kitchens by Christopher Tan, award-winning writer, photographer and cookbook writer.

In the Mood for Cheongsam A Social History, 1920s-Present

Spanning almost a century, this book examines the origins and development of the cheongsam in the social context of Singapore since its introduction from Shanghai, China, in the 1920s to the present day