Singapore’s Indian Heritage Centre, which sits at 5 Campbell Lane in Little India and was opened to the public on May 8, 2015, is the first museum in South-east Asia dedicated to the Indian community’s diverse heritage. It was collaboratively designed by top architects Gaurang Khemka and Greg Shand, who hail from India and New Zealand respectively.

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