Mapping the Southern Islands' Heritage Landscape: Integrating culture and nature in heritage conservation

Asia Research Institute (National University of Singapore)| Asian Urbanism

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July 2018

Naming the Southern Islands

St. John’s Island and Lazarus Island are two of Singapore’s southern islands. In the past, majority of the inhabitants were Malays and it had been so until the residents of the islands moved out into the main island of Singapore…. Continue Reading →

Revisiting Singapore’s Southern Islands

By: Creighton Connolly and Sonia Lam-Knott Singapore is often understood as an island nation, giving first-time visitors to Singapore the perception that it consists of only one island. This is understandable, given that most of Singapore’s current built-up and residential… Continue Reading →

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