If you were born in the 70’s or 80’s you would probably remember Singa the Courtesy Lion, the mascot used for various public education campaigns in Singapore. In 2009, Singa the Lion was adopted as the official mascot of the Singapore Kindness Movement.
If you’re feeling nostalgic, you’re in luck! We happened to stumble upon this cute little place called The Kindness Gallery while museum hopping and popped in for a visit. Chace had fun driving a bus and “making friends” with the Singapore Courtesy Campaign mascots.
The Kindness Gallery has also refreshed its setting for the Kindsville Tours for preschoolers. A Kindness minibus is stationed at the gallery with items such as priority seat stickers, license plate, and stop buttons.
The Kindness Gallery is located at Stamford Court for guests to learn more about kindness and graciousness. You can also relive the courtesy campaigns of yesteryears by browsing old collaterals on display.
61 Stamford Rd #01-08, Stamford Court. Singapore 178892.
Monday to Friday, 10am–5pm.
Closed on Weekends and Public Holidays.