|3rd century||reference in Chinese document to Pu-luo-chung, or "island at the end of a peninsula"|
|1320||Emissaries of Mongol court travel to Long Yamen (Dragon's Tooth Strait) --possibly Keppel Harbor -- to obtain elephants|
|c. 1330||Wang Dayuan writes that Chinese had settled at main settlement, Pancur (spring).|
|1365||Javanese Nagarakretagama refers to Singapore as as Temasek, or Sea Town.|
|1500||By this time the Sanskrit name, Singapura (Lion City), commonly used.|
|c. 1500||Siam (modern Thailand) and the Java-based Majapahit Empire struggle for control of Malay Peninsula.|
Based in part upon Singapore-based site.