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Confusion is further deepened by the Merlion a half-lion, half-fish chimera - which has secured its positions as Singapore's tourism symbol, "a souvenir spinner and an icon that helps to sell Singapore overseas", wrote Pamelia Lee in her book Singapore, Tourism & Me.
We take a look at a colourful yet highly knotty ball of stories about both the Merlion and the Lion City nickname, which, if properly disentangled, may lead us to a clearer understanding of Singapore and even its not so short history, as wrongly assumed by many.
From atop a hill there, he saw another island with a beach of sand so white that it looked like a sheet of cloth.
(Archaeological research has shown that Singapore's south shore in the early 14th century was in fact an almost blindingly white beach of fine white sand).
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And, today, a dragon with lion's jaws is featured on the country's postal stamps and its depiction may be seen pretty much everywhere" The passage above sure raises eyebrows and even more questions: What prompted the monster's spectacular appearance in that particular century, and what evidence proves this Who was the Malay prince, and why Malay, in the first place Why the confusion with the terms "lion" and "dragon" And what was the original name of Singapore, if it was "renamed" The Sejarah Melayu (the Malay Annals) tell about Sang Nila Utama, the first king of the Malays who reigned A. Sang Nila Utama was proclaimed king of Suvarnabhumi (the ancient Sanskrit name for the Malay Peninsula) and given the title Sri Tri Buana, "Lord of the Three Worlds" in Sanskrit, which referred to the belief that the universe was divided into a world of gods, a world of humans and an underworld.