About Singapore

Singapore is located 137 kilometers to the north of the Equator. It is of the hot and humid type of tropical climate. The temperature difference between day and night is small, and the whole year is summer. Singapore is mainly composed of a large island and 62 small islands, of about 710 square kilometers. Singapore is a multi-ethnic country, mainly composed of Singaporean Chinese, Malays, Indians and Eurasians, and so Singaporeans can speak different languages.



Singapore City

Official language

Malay, Mandarin, Tamil, English


5.889 million


Singapore Dollars(SGD)


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Why choose Singapore?

Clean and Tidy Environment

Singapore is abundant of tropical rain forest natural resources, and the government has a comprehensive community greening policy which not only has made Singapore erected with modern buildings, but also made the entire city accompanied by green grass. Many plants and flowers spread throughout the island and it is literally a "Garden City," providing Singaporeans with a comfortable life. Furthermore, the air quality is excellent. Singapore strictly controls the polluting industries and strongly encourages the development of green industries with low air pollution.

Perfect Housing Policy

80% of the permanent residents of Singapore are living in subsidized housing built by the government. These are Housing and Development Board (HDB) flats. The layouts of HDB flats range from one-bedroom to five-bedroom, as well as apartment-style, catering for families of different sizes. These government subsidized HDB flats are located in the residential areas of the entire island. Each HDB flat community has well-developed facilities such as supermarkets, playgrounds, schools, libraries, shopping centres, clinics and so on. There are public transport services in the housing estates for the convenience of residents.

Convenient Transportation

The transportations in Singapore are mainly metro, buses, cars and few motorcycles. The coverage rate of metro is high and fares are not expensive. The metro has a world-class advanced technology management system that brings extraordinarily comfortable and express transportation to residents and tourists throughout the island.

Sound Trading System

Singapore has signed free trade agreements with many countries, including the United States, Canada, Japan and other countries. Singapore has carried out free navigation and free trade, allowing the free import/export of goods and funds from foreign countries and thus facilitating the circulation of goods trading. Private companies are free to trade with foreign countries; foreign currency is freely convertible and can be freely traded in Singapore.