Travel To Singapore

Singapore consists of one main island, and 63 islets located at the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula, in Southeast Asia. Once the site of a fishing village, it is now the second most densely populated country in the world. With Chinese, Malay, Indian and European immigrants calling this country home, it is a location rich with varied cultures and cuisine, as well as racial and religious harmony. In this video, learns more about this island city-state.

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Singapore is an island country located in Southeast Asia. The country consists mainly of one major metropolis, its capital – Singapore City – making it a city-state. Along with the main Singapore island, the country also consists of 63 islets, most of which are uninhabited. Singapore City is in fact one of the world’s most expensive cities in which to live.

The country is found just 85 miles, or 137 kilometers north of the equator, and thus features a tropical rainforest climate. This means Singapore has no distinct seasons and boasts high temperatures year-round.

The country’s population is roughly 4.86 million, with the majority of the country’s residents being Chinese, Indian and Malay. Official languages spoken in Singapore include English, Malay, Tamil, and Chinese. This variety of backgrounds affects the country’s traditions and cross-cultural cuisine, which has become a rich example of the country’s diversity. It has also resulted in several distinct ethnic neighborhoods, including Chinatown, Little India and Kampong Glam. These different ethnicities help make tourism one of the country’s most important industries, and make it a rich destination to visit!

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