part of the raffles plan
Indo/Malay communities expand, other Kampongs set up
shops, increasingly multi-ethnic community
many Malays move out
Riots erupted between Muslim and European foreigners over the custody and marriage case of Maria Hertogh.
officially ceding Singapore and the adjacent islands and waters within 10 geographical miles (about 18.6 km) in perpetuity to the British East India Company
primarily a settlement of a long period of territorial and trade disputes between the two countries in Southeast Asia. Formed British Malasia and Dutch East Indies.
recorded 10,683 residents comprising 74 Europeans, 16 Armenians, 15 Arabs, 4,580 Malays, 3,317 Chinese, 756 natives of India and 1,925 Bugis
Proclaimed a city by the British Commonwealth by royal charter.
Included Kampong Glam along with Chinatown, Little India, Singapore River Emerald Hill and the Heritage Link.
According to HistorySG Classification