Sustainable Singapore Gallery at Marina Barrage: Singapore’s Sustainability Journey

Sustainable Singapore Gallery at Marina Barrage: Singapore’s Sustainability Journey

The Sustainable Singapore Gallery at Marina Barrage provides an overview of Singapore’s commitment to sustainable development. It recounts past milestones and also looks forward at the challenges for the future.

The 1,600 square metre Sustainable Singapore Gallery is divided into six zones which trace Singapore’s sustainability journey.

Here is a look at what lies in store within the gallery.

Sustainable Singapore Gallery

Zone A: Red Dot

Zone A: Red Dot, Sustainable Singapore GalleryThis Zone explores the issue of climate change and presents Singapore’s efforts to address it.

Touch screen exhibits at Zone A, Sustainable Singapore Gallery
Touchscreen exhibits at Zone A, Sustainable Singapore Gallery

There are touchscreen exhibits where visitors can explore the impact of climate change on Singapore and interactive games to learn about one’s carbon footprint.

Zone B: From The First Drop

Zone B: From The First DropHere, visitors can learn about Singapore’s water story. Besides the information panels, there are also exhibits which present other perspectives on the issue of water such as a replica of a night soil bucket and the cross-section of a Deep Tunnel Sewerage System tunnel.

Replica of a night soil bucket
Replica of a night soil bucket

Zone C: A First Class Oasis

Present-day Green and Blue spaces are the focus here. In this case, Green and Blue represent Singapore’s parks and Active, Beautiful and Clean waterways respectively.

Zone D: City of the Future

Zone D: City of the FutureThe question of how Singapore will face future environmental challenges gets addressed in this next Zone.

Interactive cycling station at the Sustainable Singapore Gallery.
Interactive cycling station at the Sustainable Singapore Gallery.

A highlight is an interactive cycling station which underscores the message of a car-light society.

Zone E: The Journey to Zero

Zone E: The Journey to ZeroDiscover what efforts Singapore is making towards reducing waste and recycling materials. The Recycling Twist is a sculpture made by River Valley Primary School from waste materials.

E-waste recycling game at Sustainable Singapore Gallery
E-waste recycling game at Sustainable Singapore Gallery

There are also interactive displays on how waste materials are being managed in Singapore.

Zone F: Future Tense

The last Zone of the Sustainable Singapore Gallery invites visitors to reflect on how they can contribute to Singapore’s sustainability efforts.

Visiting the Gallery

Access to the Sustainable Singapore Gallery is by guided tour only. Gallery tours are available every hour, except noon to 1 pm. Each guided tour last about one hour.

These tours are conducted free of charge but a booking is required.

Bookings can be made online or walk-in bookings can be done at the Marina Barrage information counter, subject to availability.

Individuals or families visiting the gallery may also wish to note that the Sustainable Singapore Gallery hosts many visiting school groups. Depending on the time slot booked, individuals and families may join in a tour with these school groups. Each guided tour can take up to a maximum of 80 visitors.

Sustainable Singapore Gallery

Where: 8 Marina Gardens Dr, Marina Barrage, Singapore 018951
Opening Hours: 9 am to 6 pm daily, except Tuesdays when the Gallery is closed.
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