The Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research in NUS holds the oldest and largest collection of plant and animal specimens from Southeast Asia, dating back to the 19th century.

Primarily a research facility, a public gallery was established in 2001 to showcase Singapore’s diverse wildlife. Some of these are extinct but many surprisingly can still to be found on our island! Key exhibits include a 19th century leathery turtle from Siglap. Bukit Timah’s last banded-leaf monkey, the Changi dugong, the Mandai leopard cat and the 4.4 metre king cobra from the Central Catchment Area.

General Information

Add: 6 Science Drive 2, Block S6, 3rd level off Lower Kent Ridge Road, National University of Singapore, Singapore 117546.
Tel: (+65) 6874 5082
Web: rmbr.nus.edu.sg
Opening Hours: 9.00 am – 5.00 pm (Mon – Fri)
Cost: Free
Guided Tours: S$40 per group of 20 for a one-hour tour (max of two concurrent groups)

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