The Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum LKCNHM is Singapore's first and final common history gallery. The historical center, which follows its foundations to the first Raffles Museum of 1878, is among the most seasoned such organization in the area. Built up through humanitarian endowments totalling $56 million, LKCNHM intends to be a pioneer in Southeast Asian biodiversity and protection research, instruction and effort.
The show exhibition is isolated into two levels: The principle biodiversity display, containing 15 zones, tracks the historical backdrop of life on earth, among them green plants, organisms, molluscs, arthropods, flying creatures and vertebrates. The mezzanine floor, home to the legacy zone, shows the historical backdrop of the Raffles Museum and LKCNHM.
This exhibition holds the "Cabinets of Curiosities" where guests can look at Singapore's history of biodiversity investigation; the general population who helped fabricate this; and the organic fortunes amassed more than 137 years. A zone titled "Singapore Today" uncovers the topography of the island and the vital protection endeavors by national offices.