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Singapore, officially the Republic of Singapore, is a south-east Asian city-state off the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula, 137 kilometers north of the equator. This Singapore map is a great resource to know about its major points of interest, airport, roads and other important information which every traveler needs to keep handy while visiting Singapore.
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About Singapore Map : Singapore is spread over total area of 683 sq km. The map of Singapore clearly defines the geographical and political contours of the country. Apart from indicating the climatic condition, the Singapore map provides detailed information on major places of tourist destinations and prominent cities of the country. The Republic of Singapore holds a population of 4,430,000. The Singapore travel guide provides the tourists with a comprehensive list of notable places of tourist attractions. Chinese and Japanese Garden, Mandai Orchid Gardens, Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, Fort Canning Park and Singapore Botanic Gardens are some of the major tourist attractions of the Country.

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Singapore, or officially the Republic of Singapore, is situated in South-eastern Asia. It is one of the three city-states in the world (The other two are Monaco and Vatican City). Singapore stands apart because its economy is one of the strongest in the world. Singapore has created a niche in the urban planning, manufacturing, and tourism sectors. Apart from mainland Singapore, 63 other small islands make up the country. Singapore boasts of the best economic-friendly environment in the world.

Official Languages
English, Malay, Chinese, and Tamil serve as the official languages of Singapore.

Independence, Republic, and Government
Singapore was originally a part of the Sumatran Srivijaya Empire. Later, the Sultanate of Johor, and Portuguese and Dutch powers established their dominance here. In the 19th century, it came under British rule. It gained independence on 31 August 1963 and merged with Malaysia, the following month. In 1965 Singapore broke away from the Malaysian Federation and soon became a republic. The Prime Minister is the leader of the government of Singapore. The President is the ceremonial Head of the State. General suffrage decides the fate of the Presidential candidates. The People's Action Party (PAP) is the main political party of Singapore. The Parliament of Singapore is the legislative wing of the country. It includes elected and nominated members. The Supreme Court is the highest judicial bench of Singapore. The current President of Singapore is Mr Tony Tan Keng Yam, while the Prime Minister is Lee Hsien Loong.

Top Cities of Singapore
Singapore is a city-state, with Singapore being the sole city, located on Singapore island, also called Pulau Ujong. A further 63 islands make up the city-state of Singapore. Some of the other islands are Jurong Island, Sentosa, Pulau Tekong, and Pulau Ubin. Land reclamation projects, including merging small islands is an ongoing process in Singapore.

City of Singapore: The City of Singapore is the capital of the city-state. It has a world-famous sea-port. Singapore is also known as the "Lion city" and the "Garden city". It houses a substantial number of foreign entrepreneurs. Electronics, refined petroleum, chemical products, machines and medicines are some major productions of this city. The city of Singapore is also a world-famous tourism center.

Culture and Heritage
The culture and heritage of Singapore is a collage of the essence of several countries. The amalgamation of Chinese, Indian, Malayan, and European colors can be perceived here. Chinese New Year, Buddhist Vesak Day, Muslim Eid ul-Fitr, and Hindu Diwali paint an eventful calendar of Singapore. Various folk traditions have formed the ethnic musical world of Singapore. Esplanade - Theaters on the Bay is the main center of performing arts. It hosts the National Day Parade to commemorate Singapore's independence.

Tourism
Singapore is an attractive land of both natural treasures and modern wonders. The Merlion (statue with the head of a lion and body of a fish) is the emblem of the Singapore Tourism Board (STB). Apart from this statue, some other major attractions of the tourism of Singapore include:
  • Underwater World
  • Night Safari
  • Statue of Sir Stamford Raffles (Singapore's founder)
  • Changi Chapel and Museum
  • Sentosa Island Resort
  • East Coast Park
  • Jurong Bird Park
  • Singapore Botanic Gardens





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September 30, 2014 03:30 AM (PST)

Singapore wins another gold in women's sailing sports event

Following the footsteps of women bowlers, Singapore's sailing teams added one more Gold to their count. Jodie Lai Xuan Yi baggedd gold with a total points and net points tally of 26.0 and 22.0, respectively. China's Yu Huijia was second with 33.0 and 26.0, while Thailand's Klahan Kamonchanok was third with 30.0 and 26.0

September 30, 2014 02:45 AM (PST)

Singapore claims their second Gold medal

The Gold medal in women's team of 5 event is now bagged by the team of Singapore's female bowlers. The winning team secured 6,119 pins, 71 ahead of South Koreans and 279 pins ahead of third-place Indonesia. The team included female players named Cherie Tan, Daphne Tan, Shayna Ng, New Hui Fen and Jazreel.

September 29, 2014 10:59 PM (PST)

Asian Games 3rd Doping Case

Gold medalist, Tai Cheau Xuen of Malaysia was expelled from the tournament after she failed the drug test and was found to have taken the stimulant sibutramine. Tai, was tested after winning the Chinese martial art's women's nanquan and nandao all-round event on Sep 20.

 

September 29, 2014 10:24 PM (PST)

Three Singapore swimmers under probe for drinking

With only five days left in the two weeks multi-sport event, three swimmers of Singapore believed to be Joseph Schooling, Roanne Ho and Teo Zhen Ren - were escorted to their apartments by village security. They had left the village without seeking the permission of officials and were supposedly  drinking before returning to the village

September 29, 2014 09:14 PM (PST)
The flag of Singapore is a bicolor flag of red and white, divided horizontally, with a crescent moon and five stars. The flag of Singapore was adopted in 1959.
Facts about Singapore
Official NameRepublic of Singapore
ContinentAsia
Capital & Largest CitySingapore
Area710 sq km
Population5.312 million (2012)
Form of GovernmentUnitary Parliamentary Constitutional Republic
PresidentTony Tan Keng Yam
Prime MinisterLee Hsien Loong
National Day9 August (Separation from Malaysia in 1965)
CurrencySingapore Dollar (SGD)
GDP (PPP)274.7 billion USD (2012)
Official LanguagesEnglish, Malay, Tamil, Standard Mandarin
Major ReligionBuddhist
DemonymSingaporean
Internet TLD.sg
Calling code+65