Raffles Hotel

Raffles Hotel is a colonial-style hotel named after Singapore’s founder Sir Stamford Raffles. The Sarkies Brothers converted the luxury hotel from a ten-room bungalow owned by the Alsagoff family. Illustrious figures, including Joseph Conrad and Rudyard Kipling, counted among some of Raffles Hotel's earliest guests.

Date/Period
1960s-1980s
Region
Singapore
Dimension
Object size: 8.8 x 13.6 cm
Accession No.
2008-03886
Collection of
National Museum of Singapore
Category
Postcards

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