Stamford Raffles

Stamford Raffles has been mentioned more than a dozen times throughout the RSS channels we monitor. This location appears to be especially popular on the channel 'The Real Singapore' where it has less than a dozen mentions. As seen in the chart below, Stamford Raffles had the highest popularity figure in March, 2017.

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Kampong Glam – Visit This Vibrant Neighbourhood With Rich Heritage

[...] ). So how exactly did Kampong Glam transform to what it is today? Originally in 1822, Sir Stamford Raffles allocated the area to the Malay Sultan Hussain Mohammed Shah and the local Muslim community; [...]

Singapore Looks So English, CGI Was Used To Change Street Signs And Remove Tourists For British TV Show

[...] streets are named after British men who’ve made their names in our tiny red dot. Think Sir Stamford Raffles, Prince Edward and Prince Albert. You’d think that our British friends would be proud of [...]

Jose Rizal in Singapore ( A Walking Tour)

[...] itinerary. He came upon various heritage buildings and structures including the statue of Stamford Raffles near the river, the Asian [...]

The Heritage Bridges – Singapore River’s Grand Old Dames

[...] located near present-day Elgin Bridge. The bridge was built in 1819, the same year Sir Stamford Raffles founded Singapore. Presentment Bridge 1822-1844 It was replaced three years later, by [...]

11 Fascinating Museums In Singapore You Can Visit Over The Jubilee Weekend

[...] #3 NATIONAL MUSEUM OF SINGAPORE This is a building and institution steeped in history. Sir Stamford Raffles, William Farquhar and Sultan Hussein are people who we often read about in our history and [...]

Speech: Northern Powerhouse: PM speech in Singapore

[...] more opportunities”. And we see those old ties all around us. From the moment Sir Stamford Raffles landed on the southern tip of Malaya, Britain and Singapore’s relationship has [...]

Speech: Tackling corruption: PM speech in Singapore

[...] , new links and more opportunities”. Ever since the founding of modern Singapore by Sir Stamford Raffles as a port for free trade almost 200 years ago we have shared a commitment to open [...]

Get in Touch with Nature in Singapore

[...] cities most central place to relax amongst nature. When the English settled in the area, Sir Stamford Raffles built his first residence on the hill in 1822 and established the cities first botanical [...]

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