SINGAPORE - Magnificent Destination

Singapore is an island of Southeast Asia and is well connected with the rest of the continent. Whether you are in Singapore for business, pleasure, a culinary tour or just passing through, you’ll find a lot that offers this insular town. Singapore, known as the Lion City , is a fascinating mix of Asian cultures, different ethnicities and cuisines, exquisite natural beauty and refined British colonial architecture. Above all, it is a high-tech state, where Asian traditions enthusiastically accepted and used global tourism and the challenges of the future.

Separated from Malaysia with Strait of Johor to the north, and from Indonesia’s Riau Islands, Singapore Strait to the south. The city-state, Singapore is the world’s fourth leading financial center and a cosmopolitan world city, playing a key role in international trade and finance. The shimmering skyscrapers, the plethora of Chinese and Hindu temples and Islamic mosques are the pillars of this multicultural city whose origins determine the mass migration across Asia in the 19th century. A strange mixture of ancient and modern, Singapore is home to an ethnic mix of peoples: Chinese , Malays and Indians , the rest are a mixture of many other cultures, particularly in Eurasia, and there is a handful of people of Burmese, Japanese and Thai origin. More than one third of the population are not citizens of Singapore.

Singapore is one of the smallest, but the most heavily populated and most developed countries in the world. It consists of 63 islands, the biggest island of Singapore. There are two highway connections to Johor, Malaysia: Johor-Singapore causeway to the north and Malaysia-Singapore bridge to the west. Isles Jurong , Pulau Tekong , Pulau Ubin and Sentosa are the largest of the many small islands. The highest natural point in Singapore’s Bukit Timah , the hill with its 166 meters.

The southern part of Singapore, near the mouth of the Singapore River and part of which is now the business center of the city, was once the only populated urban areas, while the rest of the island was part of the tropical rainforest, part farmland. The Singapore government has a tropical climate with no difference in seasons. The climate is characterized by identical temperature and pressure, high humidity and abundant rainfall. The temperature ranges from 22 ° C to 34 ° C, the average relative humidity is around 90%, in the morning and 60% afternoon. About 23% of Singapore’s area consists of forest and nature reserves. Urbanisation has eliminated many areas the rain forests, where the only remaining rainforest Bukit Timah, a nature reserve . Various parks, such as the Singapore Botanical Garden , artificially maintained.

Singapore has a highly developed economy, which historically speaking is based on a duty free shop. Apart from Hong Kong, South Korea and Taiwan, Singapore is one of the Four Asian Tigers . Economy depends on exports of processed imported products. The production is quite diverse and is composed of electronic industry, oil processing , chemical industry, machine industry and biochemical production. Year 2006., Singapore has produced about 10% of world production of electronic pads for electronic circuits. Singapore is the busiest port in the world , in terms of tonnage loaded, and the fourth largest foreign exchange stock market in the world after London, New York and Tokyo.

This city you can visit many times and you’ll never be bored in it you’ll always find something new again and your travel photos will always be different.

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