Tour to singapore

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I, rohit banthia, showing u all singapore's tourist place at a glance

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T O U R t o S I N G A P O R E : 

T O U R t o S I N G A P O R E 8137

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GET IN…..

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Open top double Decker buses

Location: Southeastern Asia, island between Malaysia and Indonesia Currency 1 SGD = 27.2530 INR 1 INR = 0.0366932 SGDLanguage Chinese (official), Malay (National), Tamil (official), English (official) Religion: Buddhist (Chinese), Muslim (Malays), Christian, Hindu, Sikh, Taoist, Confucians : 

Location: Southeastern Asia, island between Malaysia and Indonesia Currency 1 SGD = 27.2530 INR 1 INR = 0.0366932 SGDLanguage Chinese (official), Malay (National), Tamil (official), English (official) Religion: Buddhist (Chinese), Muslim (Malays), Christian, Hindu, Sikh, Taoist, Confucians

Area                   683 sq km 264 sq miles Population          4,430,000 Exports US $450 billionImports US $396 billionRate of Inflation 4.4% : 

Area                   683 sq km 264 sq miles Population          4,430,000 Exports US $450 billionImports US $396 billionRate of Inflation 4.4%

Industry Electronics, Chemicals, Financial services, Oil drilling equipment, Petroleum refiningAgriculture: Rubber, Copra, Fruit, Orchids, PoultryExports Machinery and equipment (including electronics), Consumer goods, Chemicals, Mineral fuels : 

Industry Electronics, Chemicals, Financial services, Oil drilling equipment, Petroleum refiningAgriculture: Rubber, Copra, Fruit, Orchids, PoultryExports Machinery and equipment (including electronics), Consumer goods, Chemicals, Mineral fuels

Climate: Pleasant, tropical climate 28 - 32 degrees Celsius during the day 23 - 27 degrees Celsius in the eveningsRainy Season November to February. : 

Climate: Pleasant, tropical climate 28 - 32 degrees Celsius during the day 23 - 27 degrees Celsius in the eveningsRainy Season November to February.

Singapore -- History : 

Singapore -- History Singapore is derived from the Sanskrit term Singa Pura (Lion City) The opening of the Suez Canal in 1869 and the advent of telegraph and steamship increased Singapore's importance Japanese overran the island in 1942 The growth of nationalism led to self-government in 1959 On 9 August 1965, Singapore became an independent republic

The Merlion : 

The Merlion

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DAY VIEW

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NIGHT VIEW

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underwater world one of Asia’s largest oceanarium

Amazing Facts - Do u know? : 

Amazing Facts - Do u know? Singapore consists only of one main island and 63 other tiny islands More Singaporeans are born in the month of October The world's first night zoo, The Night Safari, is located in Singapore There are presently three buildings of 280 meters height

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Hippopotamus

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UOB Plaza

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Republic Plaza

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More than 3,000 multinational companies have offices The shortest sea route between the Indian Ocean and the South China Sea Singapore attracted thousands of Chinese settlers—now 77 percent of the population Independent since 1965, Singapore is Southeast Asia's financial hub and the world's busiest container port Amazing Facts - Do u know?

World's highest man-made waterfall 30 meter

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The world's largest bat (wingspan of 1.5 meters)

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Also known as FLYING FOX

Geographical Location : 

Geographical Location The country’s geographical location is a major contributor to its steady financial growth Singapore has an export-dependent economic policy so the port is crucial to development It has one of the busiest seaports in the world

ECONOMY : 

ECONOMY The per-capita income of the country is very high 2005 - $26,620 2006 - $29,320 2007 - $48,900 Corruption-free Singapore’s economy is heavily dependent on export Main export goods - High-tech products such as semiconductors and consumer electronics.

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To boost Singapore’s economy the government approved the creation of 2 Integrated resorts with casino licenses Resorts World will open in 2011. The IRs are expected to generate 35,000 jobs In September 2007, Singapore was host the first Formula 1 night race In 2010 it will host the world’s first Youth Olympic Games ECONOMY

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Songs Of The Sea - Lazer Show

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The DHL Balloon Ride

Text source: National Geographic Atlas of the World, Eighth Edition : 

Text source: National Geographic Atlas of the World, Eighth Edition

THANK YOU FOR YOUR A T T E N T I O N : 

THANK YOU FOR YOUR A T T E N T I O N

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