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Singapore National Anthem Lyrics - Singapore National Anthem

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Lyrics On Demand - Lyrics for all your favorite artists!
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Famous People from Singapore | Famous Singaporean Artists, Leaders, Musicians, Politicians, etc. | Day Translations, Inc. - Professional translation services. Document translation of all languages.

Day Translations, Inc. is a global translation company with professional Malay, Mandarin Chinese & Tamil Translation translators and interpreters available any time, in all parts of Singapore.
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The Language
Singapore has attempted to promote a national identity in its land of immigrants since its independence in 1965.  As part of this effort, Singapore has four national languages: Mandarin, Malay, Tamil and English. For business and politics, English is the language of choice.

 

Religions

31% Taoist, 28% Buddhist, 18% Muslim, 10% Christian, and 4% Hindu


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GEOGRAPHY

Singapore is a small, diamond-shaped island in the Southeastern Asia, having Malaysia and Indonesia as the neighbors for Singapore is set in their betweens. Singapore lies just off the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula. To its north, linked by the causeway, stands Malaysia. It is about 137 km north of the Equator, while the size of Singapore is 42 km long and 23 km wide. Besides, there are 58 much smaller offshore islets set in Singapore's territorial waters. To conclude Singapore and the small 58 islets, the Republic of Singapore has a total landmass of 646 sq km. The biggest of Singapore's other islands are Pulau Tekong (18 sq km,) which is a military area but planned to be semi-residential; and Pulau Ubin (10 sq km,) which is a rural haven from the heart of Singapore.

As Singapore is the island, its deep water anchorage and natural harbor on the Strait of Malacca naturally makes it become a strategic location for shipping on the sea-route between the Indian Ocean and the South China Sea.

CLIMATE

Singapore's climate is typically tropical, humid, and sometimes uncomfortable with rainfall. But whenever you get used to the tropics, you won't feel that discomfort. The temperature rarely drops below 20° C (68° F). During the daytime, it usually rises to 26° C (80° F), whereas the evening temperature is only slightly lower.

Humidity actually reaches 90% at night and goes down to 60-70% during the day, so to speak, the average daily humidity is 80-85%.

 


 

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A platform to showcase dance extraordinaires and endear Singaporeans to dance as an art form, Singapore dance festivals began as early as 1982, then known as the Festival of Dance. The festivals became subsumed under a bigger performing arts congregation, the Festival of Asian Performing Arts, in 1993 which in turn merged with the Festival of Arts in 1999 to become the Singapore Arts Festival, an annual event that emphasises on the Asian performing arts. As it grows, the dance festival adds to its local repertoire performances by international dance troops. Both ethnic and modern dances are featured in the dance festivals.

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Singaporean Cultural Norms and Traditions - AngloINFO Singapore, in Singapore (Singapore)

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A simple introduction to the various cultures and religions which share the small island of Singapore...
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Singapore Hotels - Luxury to Cheap Singapore Hotels Deals | Travelocity

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FOOD IN SINGAPOREThere is no typical food in Singapore as it was once a colonial country. You can find variety of food here in relevant of each ethnic living here. Chinese, Indian, Malay, British, American, Japanese or Thai food can be found here. There are many grand restaurants scattered all around Singapore, no matter where you go, the worry upon the place to eat shouldn't matter.

You can find excellent cuisines and restaurants in the areas of Orchard Road, Colonial Singapore, Singapore River, Chinatown, Little India, and more.

Eating in food courts can save money in your pocket. It actually starts at S$5 but if you can afford to enjoy nice meals at expensive restaurants, then go ahead. Alcohol is also expensive here; you may try the local Tiger beer which costs around S$5.

Anyway, traveling to interesting places and trying various types of food come together. To fulfill your experience in distinctive sides, let's enjoy eating and make sure you're full before exploring Singapore.

 

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Singapore traditional dance at the great Khmer empire temple - Angkor Wat

Asian were sharing culture traditional dance at Cambodia ! That makes the world better living.
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