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Tai Chi at Singapore Botanic Gardens - The first Botanical and Experimental Garden in Singapore was established in 1822 by Sir Stamford Raffles, the founder of modern Singapore and a keen naturalist. The Garden's main task was to evaluate for cultivation, crops which were of potential economic importance, including those yielding fruits, vegetables, spices and other raw materials. The present Singapore Botanic Gardens began in 1859, when the Agri Horticultural Society was granted land in Tanglin by the colonial government.
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Tai Chi at Singapore Botanic Gardens - The first Botanical and Experimental Garden in Singapore was established in 1822 by Sir Stamford Raffles, the founder of modern Singapore and a keen naturalist. The Garden's main task was to evaluate for cultivation, crops which were of potential economic importance, including those yielding fruits, vegetables, spices and other raw materials.  The present Singapore Botanic Gardens began in 1859, when the Agri Horticultural Society was granted land in Tanglin by the colonial government.