Singapore Tyler Print Institute
Hong San See Temple
Perched on a hill, this imposing Chinese temple dates back to 1913. Its sloping tiled roofs and ornamented columns are southern Chinese...
Brussels Sprouts Belgian Beer & Mussels
Cute restaurant bar that lays the Belgian theme on heavy with mussels, trappist ales galore and Tintin murals on the wall (the whole...
This eccentric place (not to be misread as ‘Bong Out’) is weird enough to be straight out of Tokyo. It’s a second-hand bookshop/CD...
41 Robertson Quay · interesting places nearby
Singapore Tyler Print Institute information
Established by the American master printmaker Kenneth E Tyler, the STPI collaborates with both established and emerging artists to create contemporary, often surprising art based on printmaking and paper. Both local and international names are showcased in the gallery, with past exhibitors including Singaporean sculptor Han Sai Por and celebrated Australian painter and printmaker Brent Harris.