South east asia
everything you need to know
Singapore is a nation, state, and city on the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula in maritime Southeast Asia. Singapore comprises one main island and 63 islands and islets (which are a result of extensive land reclamation projects).
The Republic of Singapore has a multicultural population and mostly includes Ethnic Chinese, Malays, and Indians. This state also has a long-standing history and is blanketed with natural and man-made beauty. Therefore, even though it’s small, there are endless things to explore and experience.
It is easy to travel around this urbanized nation, as it’s well-connected through public modes of transport. It’s also well-connected with the rest of the world, through the famous Changi Airport.
Singapore is also well-known for its economy and marketplace, with many big international companies headquartered in this city. Therefore, Singapore experiences a huge influx of people from all over the world, making it a very travel-friendly country to tour.
The city offers a variety of landscapes to check out – from city skylines, forest views, to beaches. As Singapore is a culturally affluent city you should definitely explore different districts on the island such as – Colonial District, Little India, Chinatown, and Arab Quarter.
Since Singapore is a tropical country, you can comfortably wear summer clothes here all year round, but always remember to carry some fancy clothes if you wish to be a part of the nightlife here.
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Singapore is located on the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula, in Southeast Asia. It’s about 85 miles north of the Equator. To the north of Singapore lies the country of Malaysia, and to the west and south, is Indonesia. Being an island state, Singapore is surrounded by the Singapore Strait in the south, and Johor Strait on all other sides.