Chinatown Warisan Budaya China Sebagai Daya Tarik Wisata di Singapura
Perpustakaan STIPRAM Yogyakarta and
Nadia Leonita Alfiyani
No 36haf, OSF Preprints from Center for Open Science
Chinatown is one of the ethnic villages that have existed since the British colonial period. Chinatown has a long historical background, declining quality in the post-war world, into a slum environment until it is conserved by the government and a tourism asset of Singapore. Chinatown is a traditional Chinese nuanced area, with homes and traditional culture still preserved. The building in Chinatown traditional architecture is still maintained. In 1843 Chinatown became famous and visited by many tourists with local uniquess it has. This causes the density and flow of people coming and going increasingly. So in 1885 Chinatown was facilitated by public transportation is steam train, electric train and trolley bus in 1929.
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