What are the cash crops that drove the trading relationships between countries in the past?

Acquire cash crops, complete a variety of missions and survive disasters to ensure your trade flourishes. Travel back in time with us and take on the role of a colonial power, colony, manufacturer or plantation owner to learn about the importance of trade and their ensuing interactions of the past.

Learning Outcomes

  • Identify the variety of cash crops that were traded in the past
  • Understand how the colonial powers established contact and interacted with Southeast Asia and China for trade
  • Recognise Singapore as a British trading settlement and the impact of trade on the development of Singapore
  • Appreciate Singapore’s strategic role as a free-trading port

Suitable for:  Lower Secondary – Secondary 1 and 2

Duration: 2.5 hours

Venue(s): Colonial Garden (outdoor)

Programme Fee:  $250 per group

Group size:  25* (maximum)

*if the group size falls below 25 pax, the full programme charge of $250 will be levied



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