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Bicentennial Tour: 200 Years of Education - Sat 27 April
Apr
27
9:30 AM09:30

Bicentennial Tour: 200 Years of Education - Sat 27 April

200 years of Education in Singapore—Madrassas & Convent Schools to World's Top Math Scores

Singapore’s multi-faceted history reaches back over 700 years. The arrival of Sir Stamford Raffles on behalf of the British East India Company (EIC) in 1819 marked a turning point that set the island on a new trajectory, and launched it onto the global stage….. 

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Bicentennial Tour: 200 Years of Religion - Wed 15 May
May
15
9:15 AM09:15

Bicentennial Tour: 200 Years of Religion - Wed 15 May

200 Years of Keeping the Faith in Singapore—Temples, Mosques & Churches

On this specially-curated tour, see the area where many of our immigrants first landed, kissed the ground to give thanks for their safe arrival, and almost immediately built their houses of worship. Come hear their tales of faith, how they worshipped and gave thanks, and how they continue to preserve those religious beliefs and traditions to this day…..

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Bicentennial Sumatran Kings to Stamford Raffles - 5 Jun
Jun
5
9:00 AM09:00

Bicentennial Sumatran Kings to Stamford Raffles - 5 Jun

Bicentennial Special Tours - Part 1: FROM SUMATRAN KINGS TO STAMFORD RAFFLES

Singapore’s multi-faceted history reaches back over 700 years. The arrival of Sir Stamford Raffles on behalf of the British East India Company (EIC) in 1819 marked a turning point that set the island on a new trajectory, and launched it onto the global stage……

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Bicentennial Tours: 200 Years of Women  - Thur 6 Jun
Jun
6
9:00 AM09:00

Bicentennial Tours: 200 Years of Women - Thur 6 Jun

200 Years of Women's Lives in Singapore

Singapore’s multi-faceted history reaches back over 700 years. The arrival of Sir Stamford Raffles on behalf of the British East India Company (EIC) in 1819 marked a turning point that set the island on a new trajectory, and launched it onto the global stage.

It is against this historical backdrop that we offer a look at the world of women in Singapore over the past two centuries…….

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Bicentennial Tour: 200 Years of Architecture - Sat 22 June
Jun
22
9:00 AM09:00

Bicentennial Tour: 200 Years of Architecture - Sat 22 June

200 Years of the Development of Architecture, from Neo-Palladian to Futuristic including Jane's favourite building in Singapore
Price $90 / ticket

Singapore is a feast of architectural styles and heritage, from classic European influences to ultra modern designs inspired by great minds in Asia and the Middle East.….

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Bicentennial Tour: 200 Years of Medicine - Sat 17 Aug
Aug
17
9:00 AM09:00

Bicentennial Tour: 200 Years of Medicine - Sat 17 Aug

Bicentennial Tour: 200 Years of Medicine in Singapore —Part 1, Tiger Tails & Tiger Balm to Medical Tourism
Price $80 / ticket

Singapore’s multi-faceted history reaches back over 700 years. The arrival of Sir Stamford Raffles on behalf of the British East India Company (EIC) in 1819 marked a turning point that set the island on a new trajectory, and launched it onto the global stage…….

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Bicentennial Tour: 200 Years of Art - Sat 6 April
Apr
6
9:00 AM09:00

Bicentennial Tour: 200 Years of Art - Sat 6 April

200 Years of Art in Singapore, from sketches to sculptures

This Bicentennial Art walking tour will explore the places captured on the canvasses, and in the lenses, of our colonial artists & early photographers, and compare these with the same places today.

Highlights include: Fort Canning Park, the National Museum, the Singapore River, the Padang & the National Gallery….

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Bicentennial Tour: 200 Years of Medicine in Singapore —Part 1, Tiger Tails & Tiger Balm to Medical Tourism
Mar
15
9:00 AM09:00

Bicentennial Tour: 200 Years of Medicine in Singapore —Part 1, Tiger Tails & Tiger Balm to Medical Tourism

Singapore’s multi-faceted history reaches back over 700 years. The arrival of Sir Stamford Raffles on behalf of the British East India Company (EIC) in 1819 marked a turning point that set the island on a new trajectory, and launched it onto the global stage. 

Raffles brought with him a detachment of Indian sepoys and it was due to them that the first hospital was built on this island — a military hospital located cheek-by-jowl to the barracks. Thus began the evolution of Singapore's Western-inspired medical services to the high level we see today in contemporary Singapore.

What sort of medical treatments would one have undergone in 19th-century Singapore? More importantly, where could one have gone to obtain such medical aid? And whom would we have met there?

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