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The Indian Heritage Centre (IHC) celebrates the history and heritage of the Indian diaspora in Singapore and the Southeast Asian region. From early contacts between the Indian subcontinent and this region, the culture and social history of the community after the arrival of the British, through to the early stirrings of nationalism and political identity, and the contributions of Singapore’s Indian community – the five permanent galleries take visitors on a fascinating journey through the Indian diaspora. Located in Singapore's colourful and vibrant Little India precinct, the heritage institution opened in May 2015. 

Coordinator

Priya Seshadri

Address

No. 5 Campbell Lane, Singapore 209924

Opening Hours

Museum hours:
Tuesday to Thursday - 10am to 7pm
Friday and Saturday - 10am to 8pm
Sunday and Public Holidays - 10am to 4pm
Closed on Mondays
FOM GUIDED TOURS: Weekdays at 11 AM
(No FOM tours on public holidays and weekends)
SPECIAL EXHIBITION TOURS; Wednesdays and Fridays 2PM (14th April 2021 Onwards)

Contact

Museum front desk: 6291 1601

Guided tours and Updates

SPECIAL EXHIBITION

SIKHS IN SINGAPORE-A STORY UNTOLD
27 March 2021 – 30 September 2021

Sat Sri Akal (‘hello’ in Punjabi)! Co-created by members of Singapore’s Sikh community and the Indian Heritage Centre, Sikhs in Singapore – A Story Untold is presented in 3 parts – Roots, which tells the story of the origins of Singapore’s Sikh community; Settlement, which brings together some exemplary narratives of Sikh migrants to Singapore; and Contemporary Perspectives which offers glimpses into the experiences of some contemporary Sikhs.