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    Where is Singapore Wikipedia?

    Where is Singapore Wikipedia?

    Located south of the Malacca Peninsula, there are two man-made links, with Johor in Malaysia: the Johor-Singapore Causeway in the north and the so-called Malaysia-Singapore Second Link in the west. The islands of Jurong, Pulau Tekong, Pulau Ubin and Sentosa are the largest of the smaller islands of the archipelago.

    How big is Singapore?

    281,3 m² Singapore / Area Singapore covers an area of ​​710,30 km2 in which 5,47 million inhabitants live. Four official languages ​​are spoken here and five religions coexist (Buddhism, Taoism, Hinduism, Islam, Catholicism).

    When was Singapore founded?

    9 August 1965 Singapore / Year of foundation

    What does Singapore produce?

    In addition to typical local products (coconuts, sweet potatoes, cassava), tobacco, vegetables, fruit (bananas, pineapples, citrus fruits) and flowers (orchids) are grown, while there is no shortage of plantations from which natural rubber is obtained.

    Why does Singapore have a 100% urbanization rate?

    Officially, the urbanization rate is 100%, as Singapore is a city-state, but more rural areas can be found in the northern part and smaller islands.

    How was Singapore born?

    After the war, Singapore becomes a British colony again. In 1959, he achieves self-government, gets his own constitutional charter, Lee Kuan Yew is elected Prime Minister. ... On 9 August 1965, it proclaimed itself the Republic of Singapore after gaining independence from the United Kingdom.

    What is grown in Singapore?

    The technology behind hydroponics is equally fascinating. Indoor environments controlled with artificial lighting are optimized for growing fruit and vegetables. ... Currently, cabbage and strawberries are among the hydroponic products on the island market.
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