Video of the ArtScience rain well collecting water for recycling
Embark on an amazing journey on the greatest trading route known to man in this exhibition that recreates the ancient cities of Asia and the Middle East. Collectively known as the "Silk Road", the Silk Routes were crucial paths for cultural, commercial and technological exchange between traders, merchants, soldiers and nomads from Ancient China, India, Tibet, Persia and Mediterranean countries a millennium ago. This highly interactive exhibition, making its Asian debut, will immerse visitors in the sights, sounds and smells of the bustling marketplaces in Asia and the Middle East.
Go on a journey back to 13th century Mongolia with stunning re-creations of Mongolia’s grasslands and battlegrounds, complete with archaeological artifacts and weaponry of the Mongol Empire. With the largest collection of Genghis Khan artifacts ever assembled from the conqueror’s reign, it tells the story of the man whose innovation, technological mastery and cultural creativity gave him the reputation of one of the world’s greatest yet most misunderstood leaders. The exhibition will also shed light on the influence the Mongol empire had on culture, international law and finance even to this day.
Genghis Khan Exhibition ArtScience Museum Singapore
For those who are looking for something different to do while in the island republic, head over to the MBS Integrated Resort and explore the many attractions offered here while adults and children should check out the newly opened ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands Singapore.