Welcome to “See What See”, the laziest series on DANamic.ORG. Travel around Singapore and do your touristy sightseeing – all through your screen! The best way to discover Singapore is through a local’s eyes, so take a peek from wherever you are – through the magic that is Instagram embeds. Best of all: it’s all free!
The National Gallery Singapore may be just a fortnight old, but it’s already seen quite a bit. Since its doors opened on November 24, the museum has already survived a shattered glass door, crushed artistic dreams, and more than 170,000 visitors. The revamped amalgamation of the former City Hall and the old Supreme Court building is proving to be a hit (probably to the relief of the tourism board, who no doubt faced critics like “huh still got people go museum one meh?“).
But if you haven’t been, pat yourself on the back for making the decision not to squeeze with the kaypoh visitors. DANamic.ORG is bringing you all the greatest bits of the National Gallery, straight to your desktop/laptop/tablet/mobile device/PS4! So sit back (see behind got backrest first or not lah) and enjoy our curated pic(k)s – you might just see someone you know!
The empty corridor at #nationalgallerysingapore An afternoon well-spent with @yangqbert A photo posted by Lee Le Jian (@rockleeroll) on
?↗?↙? . . . #nationalgallerysingapore #explorecreateshare #visitsingapore #singapore #yoursingapore #vsco #vscocam A photo posted by Jeremy Chow (@jellymechow) on
#nationalgallerysingapore #indonesian #painting
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#Rotunda \\ #NationalGallerySingapore A photo posted by @fe.hadiutomo on
Mid Noon Casted Shadows @ #nationalgallerysingapore #victorianstyle #instarchitecture #sgarchitecture #sgphoto #streetphoto #nationalgallerysg #lioncity #worldfamous #photosg #photohead #photogram #sgphoto #sgstreet #sgarchitecture #architecturalphotography #mysg50challenge #mysgstory
A photo posted by Jiamie Handsome (@jiamie_handsome) on
Reminds me so much of Vatican City. #nationalgallerysingapore A photo posted by FARAH AFFANDI (@farah.affandi) on
some place so big making one feel tiny
A photo posted by dracdemon (@dracdemon) on
picture tells everything #nationalgallerysingapore #nationalgallery #malaysia #independentday #merdeka #1957 #31august1957 A photo posted by William Woo (@williamwwl) on
What happens when the museum guards are not looking. Ahhhhrt. #vscocam #vscogood #jeddsetting #Singapore
A photo posted by Jedd Ilagan (@jeddilagan) on
Mickey Adam & Minnnie Eve #nationalgallerysingapore #disney #adamandeve #mickey #minnie A photo posted by Sherlene O (@sherzzz) on
“The best teacher are those who show you where to look, but don’t tell you what to see.” ?
A photo posted by ? L I S H A (@onglisha) on
‘Forest Fire’ a 1849 oil on canvas painting by Indonesian painter Raden Saleh is a dramatic representation of wild animals chased by flame to the edge of precipice. #nationalgallerysingapore
A photo posted by Geraldine Kee (@geraldinekee) on
Getting Jiggy with it A photo posted by darlyna (@notinyourmood) on
Guiding lights #nationalgallerysingapore #lightbulbs A photo posted by Ivan Ang (@ivanangys) on
Spotted on two individual walls in National Gallery ? #igsg #nationalgallerysingapore #overlay
A photo posted by Mellissa Ang (@mellissaa) on
Singapore citizens, Permanent Residents, and children aged six years and under gain free entry into the DBS Singapore Gallery and the UOB Southeast Asia Gallery. Find out more from the National Gallery’s official website here.
Header photo: Jovi Ho for DANamic.ORG