The Singapore Bicentennial reflects on our history over a span of 700 years.

Beyond the Bicentennial Experience, there is a wide spectrum of content that captures our journey before and after 1819 - from a nascent island to a modern metropolis.

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Destiny
The Road to Independence

After the Japanese surrendered, the British returned and granted Singapore increasing levels of self-governance. In 1965, after a failed merger with Malaysia, Singapore became independent. Since then, the nation has weathered many crises with collective resilience and determination.

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The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1948 - Emergency is Declared
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Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1959 - Singapore Achieves Self Governance
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Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1963 - Singapore Merges with Malaysia
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Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1963 - Konfrontasi
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Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1965 - Singapore is Fully Independent
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Video
The Bicentennial Trilogy:
Future (2019)
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Digital Book
700years.sg
The Road to Independence (1945 – 1970)
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Exhibition
2219: Futures Imagined
@ Artscience Museum
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Exhibition
#futuretogether
@ Gardens by the Bay
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Publication
Seven Hundred Years: A History of Singapore
Singapore’s Economic Story After Independence (Chapter 7)
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Destiny
The Road to Independence

After the Japanese surrendered, the British returned and granted Singapore increasing levels of self-governance. In 1965, after a failed merger with Malaysia, Singapore became independent. Since then, the nation has weathered many crises with collective resilience and determination.

Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1948 - Emergency is Declared
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Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1959 - Singapore Achieves Self Governance
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1963 - Singapore Merges with Malaysia
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1963 - Konfrontasi
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1965 - Singapore is Fully Independent
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Video
The Bicentennial Trilogy:
Future (2019)
Watch now
Digital Book
700years.sg
The Road to Independence (1945 – 1970)
Read more
Exhibition
2219: Futures Imagined
@ Artscience Museum
Read more
Exhibition
#futuretogether
@ Gardens by the Bay
Read more
Publication
Seven Hundred Years: A History of Singapore
Singapore’s Economic Story After Independence (Chapter 7)
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Occupation
The Fight for Survival

The Japanese Occupation during World War II marked a dark chapter in Singapore’s history. Numerous atrocities suffered by the masses led to local resistance fighters and guerrilla forces rallying together to cripple Japanese war efforts in the region.

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Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1941 - The Sinking of Force Z
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Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1941 - Dalforce and Lieutenant Adnan
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Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1942 - The Mandai Inferno
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Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1941 - 1942 Battle for Opium Hill
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Digital Book
700years.sg
The Battle of Singapore (1942 - 1945)
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Digital Book
700years.sg
The Bravery of Local Resistance (1942 – 1945)
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Website
Bicentennial Stories
Singapore's early pioneers: Adnan Saidi and Ruth Wong Hie Kin
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Website
Bicentennial Stories
Singapore's War Heroes - Stories of Bravery
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Website
Bicentennial Stories
5 Women who Shaped Singapore
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Digital Book
Action Comic Series:
Mandai Inferno (1942)
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Video
Singapore History Series:
19th and 20th Century Lecture by Dr Nurfadzilah Yahaya, Dr John Solomon and Dr Ho Chi Tim
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Occupation
The Fight for Survival

The Japanese Occupation during World War II marked a dark chapter in Singapore’s history. Numerous atrocities suffered by the masses led to local resistance fighters and guerrilla forces rallying together to cripple Japanese war efforts in the region.

Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1941 - The Sinking of Force Z
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1941 - Dalforce and Lieutenant Adnan
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1942 - The Mandai Inferno
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1941 - 1942 Battle for Opium Hill
Watch now
Digital Book
700years.sg
The Battle of Singapore (1942 - 1945)
Read more
Digital Book
700years.sg
The Bravery of Local Resistance (1942 – 1945)
Read more
Website
Bicentennial Stories
Singapore's early pioneers: Adnan Saidi and Ruth Wong Hie Kin
Read more
Website
Bicentennial Stories
Singapore's War Heroes - Stories of Bravery
Read more
Website
Bicentennial Stories
5 Women who Shaped Singapore
Read more
Digital Book
Action Comic Series:
Mandai Inferno (1942)
Read more
Video
Singapore History Series:
19th and 20th Century Lecture by Dr Nurfadzilah Yahaya, Dr John Solomon and Dr Ho Chi Tim
Watch now
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Connectivity
Glamour and Grim in a Metropolis

The advent of steamships, coupled with the opening of the Suez Canal, brought a surge of global trade and new immigrants to Singapore. But this era of rapid industrialisation and diversity was also accompanied by a litany of social ills.

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Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1835 - Singapore's Gambier Plantations
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Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1837 - Steamships to Combat Piracy
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Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1850s - Steamships as a Way to Mecca
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Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1869 - The Opening of the Suez Canal
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Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1870s - 1900s Second Wave of Jewish Immigrants to Singapore
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Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1876 - The Chinese Post Office Riots
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Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1877 - Establishment of the Chinese Protectorate
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Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1887 Raffles Hotel - Once A Luxury Getaway Destination
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Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1901 - Singapore's Pineapple Boom
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Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1906 - Singapore’s Rubber Industry
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Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1915 - The Sepoy Mutiny
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Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1923 - The Tin Boom
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Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1924 - A New Generation of Malay Leadership
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Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1927 - The Kreta Ayer Incident
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Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1933 - Anti Opium Movements in Singapore
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Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1933 - The Aliens Ordinance
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Digital Book
700years.sg
The Dark Side of Colonial Singapore (1830 – 1918)
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Digital Book
700years.sg
The Suez Canal, Steamships and Rubber (1870 – 1918)
Read more
Digital Book
700years.sg
Tensions in an Open Society (1870 – 1939)
Read more
Digital Book
700years.sg
New Leaders, New Identities (1870 – 1939)
Read more
Website
Find Your Place in History:
The Rugged Life
Read more
Website
Find Your Place in History:
A Doctor's Determination
Read more
Digital Book
Topical:
Buayapura
Read more
Digital Book
Topical:
Philanthropy in Singapore
Read more
Digital Book
Topical:
Sambal Blachan and Lim Boon Keng
Read more
Digital Book
Topical:
The Hajj
Read more
Exhibition
From Brush to Lens: Early Chinese Photography Studios in Singapore
@ Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall
Read more
Exhibition
On Paper: Singapore before 1867
@ National Library
Read more
Video
Singapore History Series:
19th and 20th Century Lecture by Dr Nurfadzilah Yahaya, Dr John Solomon and Dr Ho Chi Tim
Watch now
Website
Bicentennial Stories:
Singapore's early pioneers: Tan Kah Kee and P. Govindasamy Pillai
Read more
Website
Bicentennial Stories:
Singapore's early pioneers: Teresa Hsu Chih and Alice Pennefather
Read more
Digital Book
Seven Hundred Years: A History of Singapore
Singapore and Its Different Names on Maps (Chapter 5)
Read more
Digital Book
Seven Hundred Years: A History of Singapore
Behind-The-Scenes with the Temenggong and the Tengku (Chapter 6)
Read more
Digital Book
Seven Hundred Years: A History of Singapore
Munshi Abdullah's Perspective of Raffles, Farquhar, and Crawfurd (Chapter 6)
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Connectivity
Glamour and Grim in a Metropolis

The advent of steamships, coupled with the opening of the Suez Canal, brought a surge of global trade and new immigrants to Singapore. But this era of rapid industrialisation and diversity was also accompanied by a litany of social ills.

Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1835 - Singapore's Gambier Plantations
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1837 - Steamships to Combat Piracy
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1850s - Steamships as a Way to Mecca
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1869 - The Opening of the Suez Canal
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1870s - 1900s Second Wave of Jewish Immigrants to Singapore
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1876 - The Chinese Post Office Riots
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1877 - Establishment of the Chinese Protectorate
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1887 Raffles Hotel - Once A Luxury Getaway Destination
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1901 - Singapore's Pineapple Boom
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1906 - Singapore’s Rubber Industry
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1915 - The Sepoy Mutiny
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1923 - The Tin Boom
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1924 - A New Generation of Malay Leadership
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1927 - The Kreta Ayer Incident
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1933 - Anti Opium Movements in Singapore
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1933 - The Aliens Ordinance
Watch now
Digital Book
700years.sg
The Dark Side of Colonial Singapore (1830 – 1918)
Read more
Digital Book
700years.sg
The Suez Canal, Steamships and Rubber (1870 – 1918)
Read more
Digital Book
700years.sg
Tensions in an Open Society (1870 – 1939)
Read more
Digital Book
700years.sg
New Leaders, New Identities (1870 – 1939)
Read more
Website
Find Your Place in History:
The Rugged Life
Read more
Website
Find Your Place in History:
A Doctor's Determination
Read more
Digital Book
Topical:
Buayapura
Read more
Digital Book
Topical:
Philanthropy in Singapore
Read more
Digital Book
Topical:
Sambal Blachan and Lim Boon Keng
Read more
Digital Book
Topical:
The Hajj
Read more
Exhibition
From Brush to Lens: Early Chinese Photography Studios in Singapore
@ Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall
Read more
Exhibition
On Paper: Singapore before 1867
@ National Library
Read more
Video
Singapore History Series:
19th and 20th Century Lecture by Dr Nurfadzilah Yahaya, Dr John Solomon and Dr Ho Chi Tim
Watch now
Website
Bicentennial Stories:
Singapore's early pioneers: Tan Kah Kee and P. Govindasamy Pillai
Read more
Website
Bicentennial Stories:
Singapore's early pioneers: Teresa Hsu Chih and Alice Pennefather
Read more
Digital Book
Seven Hundred Years: A History of Singapore
Singapore and Its Different Names on Maps (Chapter 5)
Read more
Digital Book
Seven Hundred Years: A History of Singapore
Behind-The-Scenes with the Temenggong and the Tengku (Chapter 6)
Read more
Digital Book
Seven Hundred Years: A History of Singapore
Munshi Abdullah's Perspective of Raffles, Farquhar, and Crawfurd (Chapter 6)
Read more
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Arrivals
A Vibrant Port Emerges

Upon signing a treaty with local rulers, Stamford Raffles and William Farquhar established a free port in Singapore that soon flourished. Lured by the promise of work and economic opportunities, various communities from the region and beyond came here to build new lives.

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Video
The Bicentennial Trilogy:
1819
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Digital Book
700years.sg
The Arrival of the British and Early Singapore (1819 - 1867)
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Digital Book
700years.sg
Modern Institutions Take Root in Singapore (1819 - 1854)
Read more
Digital Book
700years.sg
The Regional Shift to Singapore (1819 - 1852)
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Digital Book
700years.sg
Singapore, the New Frontier (1819 - 1883)
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Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1703 - Singapore, as a Gift
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Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1819 - Raffles Journey to Find a New Trading Base
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Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1819 - Signing of the Treaty Between Singapore and the British
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Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1819 - 1824 Trading in 19th Century Singapore
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Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1819 - 1824 Early Issues on a New Island
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Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1819 - 1823 - Arrivals from Melaka
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Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1820 - Arrivals from Riau
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Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1800s - Others Arrive
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Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1820 - Building Something from Nothing
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Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1820 - The Hikayat Abdullah
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Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1819 - 1824 Singapore's Bustling Bazaar
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Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1819 - 1824 The Other Port Town
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Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1819 - 1824 - Opium Tax Farming
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Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1823 - Raffles and Farquhar Depart; John Crawfurd Appointed
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Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1824 - The Signing of the Anglo Dutch Treaty and the Crawfurd Treaty
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Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1825 - 1873 Convict Labourers
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Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1827 - Singapore's Early Healthcare
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Digital Book
Find Your Place in History:
Central
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Digital Book
Find Your Place in History:
City Centre
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Digital Book
Find Your Place in History:
North East
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Digital Book
Find Your Place in History:
North West
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Digital Book
Find Your Place in History:
South East
Read more
Digital Book
Find Your Place in History:
South West
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Exhibition
Seekor Singa, Seorang Putera, dan Sebingkai Cermin: Reflecting and Refracting Singapura
@ Malay Heritage Centre
Read more
Exhibition
An Old New World: From East Indies to the Founding of Singapore, 1600s - 1819
@ National Museum of Singapore
Read more
Website
Find Your Place in History:
Port of Gelam-Rocher-Kallang
Read more
Website
Find Your Place in History:
A New Start
Read more
Website
Find Your Place in History:
A Meeting Place
Read more
Website
Find Your Place in History:
Protecting the Communities
Read more
Website
Bicentennial Stories
Singapore’s early pioneers: Munshi Abdullah and Henry Nicholas Ridley
Read more
Website
Bicentennial Stories
From farm to future: The transformation of Singapore’s South West
Read more
Website
Bicentennial Stories
From sand to stone: Discovering Singapore’s North East
Read more
Website
Bicentennial Stories
The changing landscapes of Central Singapore
Read more
Website
Bicentennial Stories
The Road to Success: Exploring Singapore’s North West
Read more
Website
Bicentennial Stories
The seaside emergence of Singapore’s South East
Read more
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Arrivals
A Vibrant Port Emerges

Upon signing a treaty with local rulers, Stamford Raffles and William Farquhar established a free port in Singapore that soon flourished. Lured by the promise of work and economic opportunities, various communities from the region and beyond came here to build new lives.

Video
The Bicentennial Trilogy:
1819
Watch now
Digital Book
700years.sg
The Arrival of the British and Early Singapore (1819 - 1867)
Read more
Digital Book
700years.sg
Modern Institutions Take Root in Singapore (1819 - 1854)
Read more
Digital Book
700years.sg
The Regional Shift to Singapore (1819 - 1852)
Read more
Digital Book
700years.sg
Singapore, the New Frontier (1819 - 1883)
Read more
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1703 - Singapore, as a Gift
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1819 - Raffles Journey to Find a New Trading Base
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1819 - Signing of the Treaty Between Singapore and the British
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1819 - 1824 Trading in 19th Century Singapore
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1819 - 1824 Early Issues on a New Island
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1819 - 1823 - Arrivals from Melaka
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1820 - Arrivals from Riau
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1800s - Others Arrive
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1820 - Building Something from Nothing
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1820 - The Hikayat Abdullah
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1819 - 1824 Singapore's Bustling Bazaar
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1819 - 1824 The Other Port Town
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1819 - 1824 - Opium Tax Farming
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1823 - Raffles and Farquhar Depart; John Crawfurd Appointed
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1824 - The Signing of the Anglo Dutch Treaty and the Crawfurd Treaty
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1825 - 1873 Convict Labourers
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1827 - Singapore's Early Healthcare
Watch now
Digital Book
Find Your Place in History:
Central
Read more
Digital Book
Find Your Place in History:
City Centre
Read more
Digital Book
Find Your Place in History:
North East
Read more
Digital Book
Find Your Place in History:
North West
Read more
Digital Book
Find Your Place in History:
South East
Read more
Digital Book
Find Your Place in History:
South West
Read more
Exhibition
Seekor Singa, Seorang Putera, dan Sebingkai Cermin: Reflecting and Refracting Singapura
@ Malay Heritage Centre
Read more
Exhibition
An Old New World: From East Indies to the Founding of Singapore, 1600s - 1819
@ National Museum of Singapore
Read more
Website
Find Your Place in History:
Port of Gelam-Rocher-Kallang
Read more
Website
Find Your Place in History:
A New Start
Read more
Website
Find Your Place in History:
A Meeting Place
Read more
Website
Find Your Place in History:
Protecting the Communities
Read more
Website
Bicentennial Stories
Singapore’s early pioneers: Munshi Abdullah and Henry Nicholas Ridley
Read more
Website
Bicentennial Stories
From farm to future: The transformation of Singapore’s South West
Read more
Website
Bicentennial Stories
From sand to stone: Discovering Singapore’s North East
Read more
Website
Bicentennial Stories
The changing landscapes of Central Singapore
Read more
Website
Bicentennial Stories
The Road to Success: Exploring Singapore’s North West
Read more
Website
Bicentennial Stories
The seaside emergence of Singapore’s South East
Read more
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Beginnings
Rulers of the Singapura Kingdom

Powerful empires in the Southeast Asia jostled to subjugate port cities including Singapura, in attempts to gain dominance over maritime routes. Political intrigues and epic battles influenced the fate of Singapura as it rises and falls.

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Video
The Bicentennial Trilogy:
1299
Watch now
Digital Book
700years.sg
The Singapura Kingdom
Read more
Digital Book
700years.sg
Global & Regional Rivalries Resulting in Singapore’s Decline
Read more
Digital Book
1299:
The Myths of the Lettered Native
Read more
Digital Book
Action Comic Series:
Sacking of Singapura
Read more
Digital Book
Action Comic Series:
Fall of Melaka
Read more
Digital Book
Action Comic Series:
Santa Catarina
Read more
Digital Book
Action Comic Series:
Aceh Attack
Read more
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1299 - The Singapore Kingdom Begins
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1330 - Singapore's Early Settlements & Trade
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
Late 1300s - Singapura, Falsa Demora
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1389 - Singapura Falls for the First Time
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1400s - The Orang Laut Warriors
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1500s - Singapore as Shabandaria
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1603 - The Santa Catarina Incident
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1604 - Manuel Godinho de Eredia’s Map of Singapore
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Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1609 -1625 Singapore as a Fortress
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1613 - Singapore Falls Again
Watch now
Video
Singapore History Series:
14th Century Lecture by Professor John Miksic
Watch now
Video
Singapore History Series:
15th Century Lecture by Dr Tai Yew Seng
Watch now
Video
Singapore History Series:
16th Century Lecture by Associate Professor Peter Borschberg
Watch now
Video
Singapore History Series:
17th Century Lecture by Dr Michael Flecker
Watch now
Publication
Seven Hundred Years: A History of Singapore
The Kingdom of Singapura on Fort Canning Hill (Chapter 1)
Read more
Publication
Seven Hundred Years: A History of Singapore
Singapore as a Naval Base and Feeder Port (Chapter 2)
Read more
Publication
Seven Hundred Years: A History of Singapore
Raja Bongsu Commissions the Sejarah Melayu (Chapter 3 & 4)
Read more
Exhibition
From the Coromandel Coast to the Straits: Revisiting Our Tamil Heritage
@ Indian Hertage Centre
Read more
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Beginnings
Rulers of the Singapura Kingdom

Powerful empires in the Southeast Asia jostled to subjugate port cities including Singapura, in attempts to gain dominance over maritime routes. Political intrigues and epic battles influenced the fate of Singapura as it rises and falls.

Video
The Bicentennial Trilogy:
1299
Watch now
Digital Book
700years.sg
The Singapura Kingdom
Read more
Digital Book
700years.sg
Global & Regional Rivalries Resulting in Singapore’s Decline
Read more
Digital Book
1299:
The Myths of the Lettered Native
Read more
Digital Book
Action Comic Series:
Sacking of Singapura
Read more
Digital Book
Action Comic Series:
Fall of Melaka
Read more
Digital Book
Action Comic Series:
Santa Catarina
Read more
Digital Book
Action Comic Series:
Aceh Attack
Read more
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1299 - The Singapore Kingdom Begins
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1330 - Singapore's Early Settlements & Trade
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
Late 1300s - Singapura, Falsa Demora
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1389 - Singapura Falls for the First Time
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1400s - The Orang Laut Warriors
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1500s - Singapore as Shabandaria
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1603 - The Santa Catarina Incident
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1604 - Manuel Godinho de Eredia’s Map of Singapore
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1609 -1625 Singapore as a Fortress
Watch now
Video
The Bicentennial Chronicles:
1613 - Singapore Falls Again
Watch now
Video
Singapore History Series:
14th Century Lecture by Professor John Miksic
Watch now
Video
Singapore History Series:
15th Century Lecture by Dr Tai Yew Seng
Watch now
Video
Singapore History Series:
16th Century Lecture by Associate Professor Peter Borschberg
Watch now
Video
Singapore History Series:
17th Century Lecture by Dr Michael Flecker
Watch now
Publication
Seven Hundred Years: A History of Singapore
The Kingdom of Singapura on Fort Canning Hill (Chapter 1)
Read more
Publication
Seven Hundred Years: A History of Singapore
Singapore as a Naval Base and Feeder Port (Chapter 2)
Read more
Publication
Seven Hundred Years: A History of Singapore
Raja Bongsu Commissions the Sejarah Melayu (Chapter 3 & 4)
Read more
Exhibition
From the Coromandel Coast to the Straits: Revisiting Our Tamil Heritage
@ Indian Hertage Centre
Read more
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