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The Art Membership Every Cultural Traveller Needs in Singapore

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Updated: 14 September 2017
With a plethora of museums and galleries, Singapore is a haven for culture junkies and art enthusiasts alike. Whether you are a local or looking to travel to Singapore, be in the know and take advantage of Singapore’s vibrant art scene with these memberships.

E&Me by Esplanade Theatres

As one of Singapore’s most exciting art, theatre and music destinations, the “E&Me” membership by the Esplanade is a great choice for lovers of live entertainment. With a choice of a white ($50 p.a) or black ($500 p.a) card, members are treated to exclusive discounts, priority bookings and queues, as well as invites to member-only events. While the theatre often holds free shows for the public, it’s bustling event calendar also houses acts that you’ll need a ticket to get in to.

Outdoor performance at the Esplanade Theatre
Outdoor performance at the Esplanade Theatre | © Nattu/Flickr

Arts Platinum Mastercard

If you live and breathe the arts, then the Arts Platinum Mastercard by OCBC is designed for you. Promising discounts and priority bookings for the latest offerings from the arts scene, this card ensures you are first in line for thousands of theatre, live music or art shows in Singapore.

Gallery Insider by the National Gallery

Aptly called the Gallery Insider, this art membership at the National Gallery gives you unlimited free entry to all exhibitions and galleries, as well as access to priority lanes and bookings for special programmes. This membership will also allow you to get your hands on discounts for programmes and the gallery’s in-house shop, Gallery & Co. With exciting exhibitions like Wu Guanzhong: A Walk Through Nature taking place at the National Gallery, this membership will help keep your finger on the pulse of Singapore’s art scene.

Exterior of National Gallery Singapore
Exterior of National Gallery Singapore | © Jnzl’s Photos/Flickr