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Singapore

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Transcript of Singapore

The Republic of Singapore
Major Export
Country's strengths and weaknesses
Singapore
Language
There are four official languages, English, Malay, Mandarin, and Tamil. English is the common language, even there are more people speak Mandarin Chinese..

Religion
- No official religion.
- Independent in choosing their own religion.
- Buddhism is the most widely practised religion.

-Buddhist : 42.5% (most are Singaporean-Chinese)
- Muslim : 14.9% (most are Singaporean-Malay or Singaporean-India)
- Non-religion : 14.8%
- Protestant Christian : 14.6%
- Taolist : 8.5%
- Hindu : 4%
- Others : 0.7%

Culture
Political System
- Parliamentary representative democratic republic.
- The President of Singapore is the head of state.
- The Prime Minister of Singapore is the head of government.
- Executive power is exercised by the government.
- Branches of government: the legislature, executive and
judiciary.
- Singapore became an independent republic on 9th August
1965.

Geographic
- Singapore consists of 63 islands.
- The main island, widely known as
Singapore Island.
- Total area is 692.7 sq km.
- The highest natural point is Bukit
Timah Hill at 166 m.
- Singapore has a tropical climate
(hot, humid, rainy).

Number of Population
- Total population is 5,399,200.

Economy

Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
- GDP growth rate is 5.8% (Q3 2013).
- Unemployment rate is 1.9% (2013 est.).


Economy
- Highly developed trade-oriented market economy.
- Fifth richest country in the world by GDP.
- One of the world’s most important ports.
- Three major industries are chemicals, electronic parts, and medical productions.
- Major trading partners are Malaysia, America, Hong Kong, Indonesia and Thailand.

chemicals and pharmaceuticals
electronic equipment
fuel
Strengths
• Having biggest income per person in Asean
and ranked 15 in the global
• Good political stability
• Center of the financial between countries
• Highly skilled worker
• Good at human resource and business
management
• Location is good for naval trafficing
Weaknesses
• Need to import resource and unskilled
worked
• Cost of business is high interesting point
• Trying to expand in the service business to
decrese the need of export.
minerals
Singaporean Icon : Merlion
Sec 457
Kittimett Ruaydee ID : 5512752
Kouadio Locka ID : 5538046
Nuchanat Bunrom ID : 5710702
Thapanee Promvech ID : 5712227
Ratchamon Tangtacharungphet ID : 5712295
Shisa Jiraprakobchai ID : 5712334
Chanat Wanlayangkoon ID: 5716848
- Sovereign city-state and island country in Southeast-Asia.
- One of the most densely populated country.
- A successful free-market economy country.
- Large scale on international investment funds

- They have a lion’s head and a fish’s body.
- There are 5 Merlions located in Singapore.
- Located at Merlion Park, Sentosa Island, Mount
Faber and Orchard Spring Lane.


Language
Percentage
Mandarin Chinese
50 %
English
Malay
Tamil
Other languages
32 %
12 %
3 %
3 %
Western Culture
Chinese Culture
And Confucianism

Malay Culture
(alike Islamic culture)
Speak English as their native language
Speak Chinese as their native language
Speak Malay as their native language
Race
Percentage
Chinese
Malays
Indians
Other races such as
Portuguese and English
74 %
13 %
9 %
3 %
Bibliography
- http://www.streetdirectory.com/travel_guide/
singapore/tourist_attractions/120/
merlion.php
- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Singapore
- https://www.princeton.edu/~achaney/tmve/
wiki100k/docs/Politics_of_Singapore.html
- http://geography.about.com/library/cia/
blcsingapore.htm

The Flag of Singapore
- Red means brotherhood and equality of man.
- White stands for pervading and everlasting purity
and virtue.
- Crescent moon represents a young nation on the rise.
- Five stars stand for the ideals of democracy, peace
and justice

National flower
Vanda Miss Joaquim
- Became national flower in 1981.
- Vanda Miss Joaquim is the first registered plant hybrid from Singapore.
- The only nation to have a hybrid
national flower.

Animal of Singapore
- Singapore is the English word for
“Singapura” means Lion City.
Famous TV star of Singapore
- Born January 27 1971 (43 years old).
- The year shown 1993 to the present.
- Notable works from Mungornyok 2

Fann Wong
Singapore costumes & Traditional dress
- Singapore doesn’t have their own traditional dress.
Traditional Food
Top tourist attractions in Singapore
Singapore Location
- Singapore is an island nation.
- Located just off the southern tip of Malaysia

Transportation in Singapore
- Mainly Land-based
- Rail
- FerryBoat

Laksa
Universal Studios Singapore
Boat Quay and Clarke Quay
Marina Bay Sands
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