In the white towers stands a black statue of Raffles, beside the Victoria Concert Hall and the theatre, and in front of the Singapore River there are often cruise boats, a quite quiet and pleasant area. Sir Raffles was an important politician in the British colonial period.
Sir Stanford Raffles, the founder of Singapore, is respected by Singaporeans as the father of the country. He has left behind many unique buildings in Singapore, which can be seen as the founder of Singapore's development and outstanding achievements. Deng Xiaoping is also the founder of the friendly development of Sino-New Zealand relations.
Walking along the Singapore River, you can see the statue of Raffles. Then there is a big square and the high-rise building opposite, mainly a statue of Comrade Deng Xiaoping. This area can be seen as long as you walk along the river. It has bars and museums, and many old buildings around it, which are very distinctive.
Next to the Asian Museum, you can walk 8-10 minutes from the Fulton Hotel. The statue of Raffles faces the Singapore River. In front of it is the financial center, and behind it is the museum. It is very meaningful. Those who are interested in history might as well come and take a photo with Mr. Raffles.
The statue of Raffles is situated on the Bank of the Singapore River. It is a good place for the first time visitors to Singapore to take photos. Raffles is a pioneer in Singapore's history. It laid the foundation for Singapore's opening up and the development of Singapore from a small fishing village to a metropolis. Therefore, many buildings in Singapore can be seen named after Raffles.
Undeniably, Raffles has made an indelible contribution to Singapore's development, so every time it passes by the river, it can't help looking up. Behind it is Singapore's Mother River. On the other side of the river is Singapore's financial center. Many banks, securities and insurance companies gather here to witness Singapore's prosperity and prosperity.
Sir Raffles landing site is the place where Raffles landed in Singapore in the early nineteenth century, and where Singapore was founded and developed. There is a statue there. If you walk by the river, you can see it. During his first visit, he stayed for only 10 days and managed to conclude a treaty of cooperation with the local Sudanese or rulers.