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The island nation of Singapore has earned a reputation as one of the most surprising islands on earth.Singapore is so easy to enjoy and so hard to forget.To visit the Lion City is to embark on a adventure,which will leave lifelong memories of friendly people,exotic sights and sounds,fabulous food,exciting entertainment and not forgetting the great shopping bargains. Singapore’s variety of attractions ranges from legacies of the island’s colonial past and multi-cultral heritage to internationally known perfoming and visual arts.

From Chinatown to the Singapre
River,each area provides its own distinctive view of this surprising island Singapore.

Singapore Tourist Guides — Introduction

Singapore may be small, but packs in quite a punch. Only about 655 square kilometers in
area, it is one of the most densely populated cities in the world, with about 6430 people per square kilometer. Although it is one of the 20 smallest countries in the world, its economy is a world leader, and has the world's busiest port in terms of tonnage handled.

Today the financial and technological hub of South East Asia, Singapore was once a sleepy Malay fishing village, which came into its own as a British trading colony in the 1800's. The population is a mix of Malays, Chinese and Indians with a smattering of other ethnic nationalities. There are four official languages in Singapore - Mandarin, Tamil, Malay and English. The Chinese ethnic population is originally from South-east China from the
provinces of Fukian and Guangdong. Immigrants from the Malaysian peninsula, Sumatra, Java and other islands of the Malay Archipelago have thronged the state. About two-thirds of the Indians are Tamil, with a smattering of Malayalis, Punjabis and Gujratis.

Singapore consists of one main island, and 58 smaller ones. The terrain is flat lowland, the highest point being Bukit Tima Hills, standing at 164 meters. Its climate is hot (ranging between 22 and 30 degrees centigrade) and muggy (humidity remains at 75%). The rainy season is from November to January, although being near the equator, intermittent rains occur throughout the year.

With typical Singapore control and determination, the government has made up for its lack of natural flora and fauna by building gardens and zoos, waterfalls and underwater parks. Singapore has one of the best zoos in the world, and has the world's highest man made waterfall in Jurong Park, standingat 30 meters. The Bird sanctuary in Jurong even has simulated tropical thunderstorms.

  • Location: South East Asia, at the tip of the Malayan Peninsula

  • Geographic coordinates: 1 22 N, 103 48

  • Terrain: Lowland, gently undulating central plateau with water catchment area and natural preserves.

  • Religions: Buddist, Muslim, Christian, Hindu, Sikh, Taoist, Confucians

  • Country Name: Republic of Singapore

  • Government type: Parliamentary republic

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