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Singapore Collection

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Postcardcube celebrates the story of Singapore. These 4 icons tell of its story from its founding right to the modern nation it is today. The Singapore Collection brings together the Shophouse, Merlion, Rafftes Hotel and Marina Bay Sands in full detail foldable postcards. Send a piece of the Singapore cityscape to your loved ones and share the wonder of this bustling city. 

 

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THE STORY OF SINGAPORE

Formerly a fishing village, it all started with a prince, upon seeing a lion on a hunting trip, named the island he sighted it on, "The Lion City" or Singapura. Later in 1819, the British, perceiving the advantages of Singapore's location set it up for its initial establishment as a free port. Following its independence, Singapore’s visionary leaders focused on the nation’s economy and continually led it to where it is today, a nation that cherishes its past as it looks to the future.

 

 

MERLION

A Singapore icon, the Merlion is depicted as a mythical creature with the head of a lion and the body of a fish. Legend has it that a memorable encounter with a lion upon arrival on the island inspired him to name it Singapura which means “Lion City”. The “Mer” in Merlion describes the sea, as Singapore used to be a fishing village, and “Lion” is based on the aforementioned legend.


Material : Paper
Package ( l x w) :  7” x 5” 
Assembled Size ( l x w x h ) :  1.7” x 2” x 4”  

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Marina Bay Sands

A Singapore icon, the Marina Bay Sands is an engineering marvel made up of 3 architecturally striking towers. Connected at the top by a SkyPark cantilever, it boasts of a viewing deck with an unparalleled panoramic view of the Singapore skyline. At sunset, it shines golden as its true magnificence is reflected against the rays of the sun.


Material : Paper
Package ( l x w) :  7” x 5” 
Assembled size ( l x w x h ) :  1.7” x 2.3” x 4.5”

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RAFFLES HOTEL

A Singapore heritage icon, the Raffles hotel is brimming with luxury, nostalgic charm and colonial history. It started off as a 10-room bungalow hotel in 1887 and has since grown to the luxury 5-star establishment it is today. Despite its continuous expansion, the architects have meticulously ensured its design continuity making it one of the most extravagantly conserved buildings in the world.


Material : Paper
Package ( l x w) :  7” x 5” 
Assembled size ( l x w x h ) :  1.7” x 2.3” x 4.5”

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SHOPHOUSES

A Singapore heritage icon, shophouses began in 1822 and are narrow, small terraced houses, with sheltered ‘five-foot’ pedestrian walkways. In the past, they served as both business establishments and homes. Of the various shophouse styles, the Late Style is the most notable, with its eclectic mix of Chinese, Malay and European influences. They can be found in the neighbourhoods of Katong, Chinatown, Tanjong Pagar and Emerald Hill.


Material : Paper
Package ( l x w) :  7” x 5” 
Assembled size ( l x w x h ) :  1.7” x 2.3” x 4.5”  

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