only a statue but it's in a great location with Victoria theatre in background. if you head to that area its worth a look
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This sculpture is of Sir Stamford Raffles, the founder of Singapore. Located at Raffles Landing Site, the place where Raffles was believed to have first set foot in 1819. This statue is a copy of the original bronze statue. The original statue is in front...More
This should not have been listed as an attraction. It's just a statue, and an average one at that. Yes, Raffles was responsible of making a sleeping fishing town into a trading port, but his statue is not at all awe inspiring. See it, it...More
Raffles place has a lot of importance to the people of Singapore. Once a quite green patch is now a much needed open space between some of the most famous high rises of Singapore. Sir Stamford Raffles is known as the founder of modern Singapore....More
This is a very significant statue of Sir Stamford Raffles which was used to commemorate the site of his landing in Singapore in 1819. It is known as the white statue to differentiate between the other statue which is black, and now stands outside the...More
Obviously it's just a statue, so it's not worth visiting as a main target destination (unless you're majorly in love with Sir Raffles Stamford (♥ω♥*)). Do visit for the area instead, because it's a beautiful place to stroll next to the Singapore River.
A nice place to see the Boat Quay, Raffles is an institution in Singapore and you cant go by much without seeing the name. The statue is a great place for historians who like to see where he landed and take the opportunity to take...More
Absolutely gleams in the sun. I don't know if they just make sure to maintain the statue well or if it's just meant to represent the benefits of western colonialism, either way it's a striking statue by the river.