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Singapore

A prezi presentation on the tiny country of singapore.
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Eva Sainsbury

on 17 May 2011

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Singapore People Singapore is the second most crowded country in the world 35% of the people who live there are foreigners. There are 4,987,600 people living there Culture Singapore has many culures such as: Malay, Chinese, Indian, and European. Government It's a parlimentary government. The most striking part of Singapore culture is that it has so many cutures and that has affected how Singapore people live their lives. As a result of the many backgrounds of Singaporeans, the country was originally divided into several cultursl areas such as Kampong Glam, Little India, and Chinatown. These places no longer exist but traces of each culture remain in certain areas of Singapore. Religion Economy The GDP is 233.9 billion dollars. they practice a whole bunch of religions depending on their background. Singapore has buddihists, christians, catholics, muslums, and Hindus. It also has a bunch of of free thinkers\ atheists. Food Some of the Singaporean dishes that have acquired a cult status are Bak kut teh, Nasi lemak, Satay, Hokkien mee, Laksa, and Rojak. Singapore food does use a lot of seafood too. You can have a dish made with oysters, squids, clams, crabs, stingrays, and almost every living aquatic creature. In terms of cuisine, Singapore offers Indian, Chinese, French, Thai, Spanish, Indonesian, and Italian, and Fusion food to its locals and the large number of tourists that visit Singapore each year. Language they speak many different languages such as: English Malay Tamil There is a mixed language called Singlish it's a mix of English and the dialects of Singapore Tourist attractions You can go clubbing at The Butter Factory. The Jurong Bird Park, Singapore Zoological Gardens, Singapore Crocodilarium, Night Safari, Insect Kingdom, Butterfly Park are some of the plant\animal attractions. National Museum and Air Force Museum are some of the museums in Sinapore. Mint Coin Gallery, Labrador Secret Tunnels, Stamps Gallery are some of the government attractions. Chinatown, Holland Village, Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, Chinese Garden, Japanese Garden, Fort Canning Park, East Coast Park, Marina South City Park, and Mount Faber are some of the environmental attractions. They don't get any electicity imported. The Jurong Bird Park, Singapore Zoological Gardens, Singapore Crocodilarium, Night Safari, Insect Kingdom, Butterfly Park are all of the plant/animal attractions. National Museum, Air Force Museum, Stamps Gallery, Mint Coin Gallery, Labrador Secret Tunnels are all of the government/museums Music Singapore has always had an exicting past in music. Singapore's folk music includes: Tamil Chinese Malay By: Eva Sainsbury, Krista White, and Katie Temple Tamil Chinese The GDP is 182.23 billion dollars
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