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  • WELCOME TO SINGAPORE

  • TRAVEL ITINERARY CONTEST

  • DONE BY: G.RAJA

  • G.RAJESH

  • R. Ravi kumar

  • s. Mohamed mohideen

  • c.p.vimal kumar

  • Guided by

  • g. prabhavathy


  • FLAG



LOCATION



HISTORY SIR THOMAS STAMFORD RAFFLES B,July,1781,at sea,off port morant,Jam d,July 5,1826,London, Eng.



DETAIL’S FOR SINGAPORE

  • Official Name - Republic of Singapore Capital - Singapore Population - 2,986,500. Life Expectancy - 75 years for men 81 years for women Area - 640 sq km (247 sq mi) Largest Cities - N/A Languages - English; Mandarin Chinese; Malay; Tamil; Religions - Buddhism; Daoism; Hinduism; Islam; Roman Catholicism; Currency - Singapore dollar Government - Unicameral republic



CULTURE

  • Cultural activities in Singapore are largely derivative, springing from one or another of the m

  • ajor civilizations of China, India, Indonesia, or the West. Traditional Chinese and Indian music, painting, and drama are practiced by numerous cultural societies and professional groups. Popular culture, based on modern mass media, is far more widespread. Malay music, which has adopted the rhythms of Western orchestras, has general appeal. Musical films that popularize Hindi and Tamil songs have a considerable following, as do films from Hong Kong, Taiwan, and the United States.

  • Singapore’s cultural life reflects its past colonial administration and the country’s diverse population. Chinese, Malay, Indian, and British influences are apparent in Singapore’s art, architecture, and fine arts. British colonial architecture, for example, is represented by the Parliament House, City Hall, and the Raffles Hotel. Chinese, Hindu, and Islamic architecture are represented in the ornate Shuang Lin Temple, the Sri Mariamman Temple, and the Sultan Mosque, respectively. Singapore’s National Museum complex consists of one museum devoted to the contemporary art of Southeast Asia, one to Asian cultures, and the third to the history of Singapore.

  • Several Chinese, English, Indian, and Malay newspapers serve a largely literate population. Magazines published in the West, Hong Kong, and Japan also have wide appeal. The government monitors the press to a certain extent and on occasion places circulation restrictions on periodicals and newspapers that are critical of its policies. The government-owned Singapore Broadcasting Corporation controls all local radio and television broadcasting.



LANGUAGE, POLITICAL, GOVERNMENT

  • Language

  • Chinese is the primary language spoken in the majority of homes. English is the language of administration and business and it is widely spoken as a second language.

  • Political

  • People's Action Party or PAP [Chok Tong GOH, secretary general] - the governing party; Singapore Democratic Party or SDP [CHEE Soon Juan]; Singapore People's Party or SPP [CHIAM See Tong]; Workers' Party or WP [J. B. JEYARETNAM]

  • Goverment

  • Singapore is a parliamentary democracy governed under a 1959 constitution, promulgated when Singapore became a self-governing state. The constitution was amended in 1963 when Singapore joined with Sarawak, North Borneo (now Sabah), and the Federation of Malaya to form Malaysia. In 1965 the constitution was amended again when Singapore separated from Malaysia to form an independent republic. Voting is compulsory for all Singaporeans 21 years of age and older.



SINGAPORE ROUTS



The Night Safari

  • The dark holds many surprises... and more so at the Night Safari, where you can look a one-horned rhinoceros in the eye or hear the howls of a pack of striped hyenas.

  • There are 1,200 animals of over 100 exotic species to watch out for. Strike out on your own along the walking trail or relax in a tram ride - whichever you choose, the Night Safari is a wild adventure not to be missed.



SINGAPORE DISCOVERY ISLANDS



SINGAPORE ISLANDS

  • KUSU AND St JOHN’S ISLANDS



SINGAPORE STATUE

  • Marina South City Park, accessible from the Marina Bay MRT (M1), is a park that blends art with nature while affording fine views of the sea. A giant sundial and disc sculptures which revolve in the breeze are the artistic attractions of the park. The park's open spaces and breezy environment also make it a popular haunt for kite-flying enthusiasts.



Singapore Zoological Gardens

  • Singapore Zoological Gardens



'SUNGEI BULOH NATURE PARK : Singaporefirst designated wetland nature reserve is a major stop-over point for birds migrating along the East Asian Flyway.

  • 'SUNGEI BULOH NATURE PARK : Singaporefirst designated wetland nature reserve is a major stop-over point for birds migrating along the East Asian Flyway.

  • Opening hours: 7.30am to 7pm on weekdays; 7am to 7pm on weekends and public holidays Location: Neo Tiew Crescent. Tel: 6690377 Getting there: Take the MRT to Choa Chu Kang (B3) station, then take TIBS bus SS7 to Woodlands Interchange. From Woodlands Interchange, take TIBS bus 925



East Coast Park

  • East Coast Park





Sri Mariamman Temple

  • Sri Mariamman Temple



SINGAPORE VILLAGES

  • Little India, centred around Serangoon Road, embodies the vibrant and colourful culture of the Indian community in Singapore. Women in graceful saris and turbaned Sikhs go about their daily business in the Zhujiao Centre, where a bewildering selection of food is on sale. The Hindu religion plays an important part in the life of Little India, and the Sri Veerama Kaliaman and Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temples in the area are well worth visiting. Allow two hours to browse.



WAR MEMORIALS

  • CIVILIAN WAR MEMORIAL; This strikingly simple memorial is dedicated to the civilians who lost their lives during the Japanese occupation in the Second World The Civilian an War Memorial War. The locals affectionately call it the "Chopsticks" memorial because of its unusual design.



RESTAURANT & FOOD

  • Allow three hours






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