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Singapore: Colonial/Historic District

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What do you like to do and see in this area? Thinking of devoting a full long day here. Major sites below come from the Fodor's walk. Suggestions on people watching and places to eat, drink or relax welcome.

Collyer Quay & Clifford Pier
General Post Office (Fullerton Hotel)
Cavenagh Bridge
Boat Quay
Empress Place Building - Asian Civilizations Museum
Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles Statue
Parliament Building
Singapore Cricket Club
Pandang
Supreme Court
City Hall
St. Andrew's Cathedral
Raffles Hotel/Museum,
Singapore Art Museum
Armenian Church
Singapore History Museum
Ft. Canning Park (European Cemetery, Tomb of Iskander Shah, Battle Box)
Clarke Quay (eat and shop)

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