The Exhibition, which is a newly launched mega-display at Singapore’s latest attraction, the ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands, opens up the mind of a once great ruler, Genghis Khan. The exhibition is the largest and the first ever seen outside Mongolia, with more than 200 rare treasures put together by leading Genghis Khan experts Dr. William Fitzhugh (the Smithsonian Institution), Dr. Morris Rossabi (Columbia University) and Dr William Honeychurch (Yale University), with Don Lessem, President of Exhibits Rex, Inc.
Enter the exhibition and be greeted by a replica of the Genghis Khan, one of a few life-like figurines who may raise the heckles of those who are easily spooked. Be warned too, that the exhibition includes the mummified remains of a Mongolian aristocrat who was found naturally preserved with her clothes all intact.
This is a highlight of the exhibition that includes curved composite bows, ancient passports and felt-huts, all common-place during the period of Genghis Khan. Known as a ruthless 13th-Century warlord, Genghis Khan managed to conquer parts of Asia, Europe and the Middle East.