The Peranakan Museum is a part of the famous four museums in Singapore, the other three being-the national museum of Singapore, the Singapore art museum and Asian Civilisations Museum at old Tao Nan School. The Peranakan Museum which is a sister museum of Asian Civilisations Museum is too famous for the Chinese collection which is represented by fine Dehua porcelain figures, Taoist and Buddhist sculpture, export porcelain, calligraphy and other examples of decorative art.
The museum was officially opened on 25 April, 2008, with ten permanent galleries showcasing main themes of Peranakan life, which are as follows:
Gallery 1 Level 1 It tells about Peranakan culture
Galleries 2 – 5 Level 2 It tells you about the the elaborate wedding chamber and a wedding procession taking place indoors on Level 2
Galleries 6 - 10 Level 3 features the arts and crafts of Nonyas
Special Exhibitions Galleries Level 3 feature changing specific-themed exhibitions
You can visit there as know more about the perenakan culture of Singapore.