A truly unique place in Singapore. My first trip there was in the night thus didn’t manage to go wander around this really dark place when night fall. During the day, it’s as abuzz with activities as during the night albeit the different kind of crowds.
“This former British army barracks and Central Manpower Base premises is now a series of warehouses selling South-East Asian furniture, carpets and exotic artifacts. Here, you’ll find anything from Burmese teak cabinets to rosewood tables and Balinese settees. Nestled among all these is Linda Gallery – The House of Paintings. Specialising in Indonesian art, Linda Gallery offers visitors a sanctuary for art viewing in its two-storey high gallery space. The gallery also carries works from other Asian countries including Singapore and China.” – Source