It's a place slightly outside of the heart of the city, just 15 minutes away in the nooks of Singapore's Mountbatten district on a traffic-free day. Serene and surrounded by lush greenery, a centre of some sort comes into sight.
The centre provides exhibition space for artists and the general public to rent.
The infrastructure looks like a school, and that is what was from 1962, before it was converted into something even better. Now it's a sanctuary for the most imaginative aspirations to flourish and it is called the Goodman Arts Centre.
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