It was an easy train ride from Cais do Sodre and then a short walk. Entry fee was €6.
The museum is arranged chronologically and by areas. On floors 1 and 2 you’ll find two permanent exhibitions. The first one is about the Portuguese presence in Asia and consists of over a thousand artistic and documentary objects. The second is the Kwok On collection – a donation by the Musée Kwok On Association in Paris, which has over 13,000 pieces.
In addition to the exhibits, the museum also features an auditorium, a shop, a cafeteria and a rooftop restaurant, from where the view of the Tejo River is spectacular.