The Kong Chow Cultural Centre (KCCC) is an interesting place and the building is eye catching too. Established In July 2013 this ‘living’ museum, equipped with graphic exhibits and multimedia kiosks, showcases its unique cultural characteristics - featuring artifacts, dynamic display of traditional Chinese martial arts, lion and dragon dances, and Cantonese Opera, as well as interactive hands-on activities. KCCC reflects the process on how the Xinhui clansmen as immigrants have integrated into multi-racial and multi-cultural Singapore, and its important contributions in nation-building. This lively cultural centre lets visitors feel the past come alive amid on-going activities of the clan association and its robust traditional cultural events. Here visitors will be immersed in a truly Cantonese cultural atmosphere. Admission is free. Scheduled group visits by students and other groups can be arranged. When I visited it was late evening but the centre gate and main door was open for a Chinese Opera rehearsal. I waundered in an a caretaker kindly let me have a look around. There are 4 floors with some interesting Chinese performing arts props scattered across them, such as Chinese Lion Dance heads. It was good to see these up close and be able to take some photos. The building itself is interesting and the walls are adorned with old photographs and interesting pieces of history explained in both Chinese and English. Certainly worth a visit especially as it's Free to get in.