The Civic District is the place where Singapore's recorded, structural and social legacy began. Your Singapore tour isn't finished without a visit to the Civic District, where current Singapore started. Begun as a ground breaking strategy in 1822 by author of Singapore Sir Stamford Raffles, the Civic District was urban arranging taking care of business, with areas along the Singapore River set apart for use and new structures raised for the requirements of a flourishing exchange post. Here, a portion of the nation's most notable structures have been reestablished and given another lease of life. In 2015, the City Hall and previous Supreme Court were reawakened as the National Gallery Singapore which shows the world's biggest gathering of Southeast Asian workmanship, including Singapore craftsmanship.