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The National Heritage Board, who oversees the museums in Singapore, has lined these special events to celebrate Eid al-Fitr.
The boys from St. Stephen's School will bring Shakespeare's works alive through Macbeth and A Midsummer Night's Dream. Make a stop at Dress-Up As You Like (It) booth between noon to 4PM, and transform your child into his or her favorite Shakespeare character with just $10 donation.
Show your creative side by designing your own Hari Raya Craft. And watch Sun Wu Kong, the legendary Monkey King come to life. Don't miss this Chinese Opera demonstration presented by Chinese Theatre Circle.
ACT3 International will be back with Hari Raya Puasa celebrations at 2PM and 4PM. Visitors cam opt for Dress up in traditional Malay outfits. Listen to the tales presented by FOM Story Whisperer at 3PM.
Between 10AM to 5PM visitors can learn more about the dining etiquette across Asia in The Feast at Friends Room.
Children canembark on an adventure in Once Upon the Time in Asia: The Missing Mouse at Learning Gallery, and follow the adventure trail and hunt for the mouse at the galleries.
Free guided tours in English will be offered to all visitors from 1PM to 4PM. Mandarin speaking guide will conduct the tour at 2.30PM.
Asian Civilisations Museum 1 Empress Place, Singapore 179555