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Colonial House in Singapore

British colonial house singapore represents the heritage of Sir Stanford Raffles as a well-organized city in Singapore. Interesting colonial places in Colonial Singapore are Empress Place, the Padang, the Esplanade, Bugis Street, City Center, Fort Canning, and Marina Center. Empress Place is a spectacular Victorian edifice built in 1854. Empress Place was later reconstructed in extension of various departments such as museum, government offices, exhibition center, theatre, and concert hall that have become the remarkable sightseeing attractions nowadays.

The Padang is the place where you can find several types of ancient architectural establishments, as this area was a true representation of British colonialism. The Esplanade was in a plan of the reclamation of land, and is known as the shoreline park located in Marina East. Bugis Street, a crowded place that represents the quality of night bazaar. Many pubs, bars, alfresco restaurants, and street markets open to entertain visitors every night until 3 a.m. or until the last customer leaves.

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City Center is an area that consists of many interesting places such as Stamford House, Chinese Chamber of Commerce, Armenian Church, Asian Civilizations Museum, National Museum, Presbyterian Church and Wesley Methodist Church. Fort Canning Hill is neighboring to the Armenian Church of Saint Gregory the Illuminator. Fort Canning Hill was once known as Forbidden Hill, a place where people believed to be roamed by the ghosts of dead kings from the 14th century. Marina Center is a heart of business as there are new hotels, restaurants, conventions, shopping centers, and entertainment spots.

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