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For other uses, see Singapore (disambiguation)
AWESingapore
Singaporesig
General information
Continent

Asia

Location

South China Sea

Points of interest

Sao Feng's bath house
Madame Rosie's Tavern[1]

Notable inhabitants

Sao Feng
Tai Huang

Societal
Affiliation

Sao Feng's Empire

Behind the scenes
First appearance

At World's End (video game)

Latest appearance

At World's End

"Captain Barbossa. Welcome to Singapore."
Sao Feng to Hector Barbossa[src]

Singapore was an island city-state located at the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula, Asia. The name Singapore is derived from the Malay words singa (lion) and pura (city).

HistoryEdit

"I never would have thought of that."
"Clearly you've never been to Singapore.
"
Murtogg and Jack Sparrow[src]

Sao Feng's bath house in Singapore became the site of a confrontation between Sao Feng and Hector Barbossa, during the latter's quest to rescue Jack Sparrow from Davy Jones' Locker. The intervention of the East India Trading Company led to a full-scale battle in the streets of Singapore, during which a fireworks factory was destroyed by Jack the monkey. With haste, Barbossa's crew set sail in the Hai Peng, soon followed by Sao Feng himself in the Empress, intending to track down Jack Sparrow.[2]

LayoutEdit

"You've been to the Orient?"
"Aye. Singapore. And other places."
"I was stationed in Nippon for three years."
"I can tell. Very nice collection of netsuke.
"
Cutler Beckett and Jack Sparrow[src]
SingaporeArt

Singapore concept art.

The harbor city of Singapore appeared to be little more than a dilapidated shanty town, though, due in part to Pirate Lord Sao Feng's influence, the city held many secrets. Chart-makers and glass-blowers frequented the narrow byways, many operating covertly as spies for Sao Feng. Sao Feng's bath house was located deep within the shadowy backwaters of Singapore, beyond the city's marketplace. A sacred retreat built on the stone foundations of a 16th century fort, the bath house was a hallowed haunt only the most privileged or notorious were allowed entry to.[2]

Behind the scenes Edit

  • In real-world history, Singapore was founded by Sir Thomas Stamford Bingley Raffles in 1819 on behalf of the East India Trading Company. In the early mid-1700s, however, the inhabitants of Singapore would not have been Chinese but instead Malay due to the proximity of the Malaysian Peninsula to the island. Prior to 1819, Singapore would have been a tiny Malay fishing village, not a bustling port town inhabited by Chinese.
  • The first edition of the Pirates of the Caribbean: From the Magic Kingdom to the Movies book was printed in Singapore.
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SourcesEdit

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Notes and referencesEdit

  1. A featurette in the At World's End DVD about the Pirata Codex, as well as what was actually written in it, reveals information about a Rosie's Tavern located in Singapore.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End
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