Kindly enter your details in the form below to book your visit to the First and Only Parsi and Zoroastrian Museum in Singapore. Based in Zoroastrian House in Desker Road in Rochor, it is a showcase of the Parsis’ history, traditions and Zoroastrianism, one of the ten recognised religions here in Singapore.
The two-floor permanent exhibition, titled The Joyous Flame, tells its story mostly through illustrated panels. There are also some objects that the PArsis use in their everyday life – silver fish decorative object used to store sugar, and apparel worn during the Navjote ceremony, an initiation service for children aged between seven and nine, which are the highlights.
The exhibition is co-curated by PZAS (Parsis and Zoroastrian Association of South East Asia), with the Parzor Foundation, a not-for-profit organisation that focuses on Parsi-Zoroastrianism heritage.
Dates for the event booking calendar (maximum of 20 people per date): 2nd May at 9am and 11th June at 9am.