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Singapore history
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01 Singapore
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Today I am going to write about a country located in Northeast Asia

This country is small but has a big name in the world.


Whose name is Singapore
First I write about the history of this country.


Before the fourteenth century, Singapore was called Temasek.


Smart A prince who came to him saw a lion on this island.

In the Malay language, the lion is called Sanga.


That is why the island was named Singapore
The island remained uninhabited for centuries
But in 1819, the area was occupied by the British government,

interesting facts about Singapore culture 


Then in World War II, it was occupied by the Japanese
In 1940, it was given the status of a separate British colony.

Singapore history 

On August 31, 1961, Singapore gained independence from the British government.
Singapore has also been a part of the Muslim country of Malaysia.

Immediately after independence from the United Kingdom, Singapore became a state of Malaysia.


Less than two years after joining the militia, on August 9, 1965, the militia separated Singapore from the militia.

You may not know that Singapore was a country that was granted independence without its consent.


Singapore kept rumbling on this occasion


That they should not be expelled from the militia.


But it forcibly separated Singapore from itself.


Until then, all nations except the Malays had the basic necessities of life.


These include health education and jobs.

Singapore’s militia was one of the 14 states in which the People’s Labor National Party of Singapore made its mark in politics over two years.

Prime Minister of Malaysia


The Prime Minister of Malaysia has seen power slipping from his hands in the times to come.


So on August 9, 1965, Parliament voted to expel Singapore from Malaysia.


The fate of Singapore was decided by 126 votes to zero.


When Singapore’s first prime minister Lee Kuan Yew was announcing his independence.


So there were tears in his eyes which is proof that he is not happy with his freedom.

But then Singapore’s hardworking nation changed its destiny.

Within half a century, Singapore became one of the most developed cities in the world.

Singapore is ranked 176th in the world with an area of ​​716 km.


In the beginning, Singapore’s population was not so large.


Then in 2000, the government relaxed immigration laws.

singapore population


So its population began to grow, now Singapore’s population is more than 56 million.

And it ranks 115th in the world in terms of population.


Singapore has the largest population of Chinese at 74% of Singapore’s population.

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About 14% of the Malay nation is about 9% of the common people.


These are the same people who came to Singapore from the Indian state of Tamil for business a hundred years ago and then settled here.


The remaining 3% are people from other countries who live permanently in Singapore.


Singapore is home to a large number of Buddhists, who make up 52% ​​of Singapore’s population, 15% Muslims, 10% Hindus, and 5% other religions.


A large number of Muslims belong to the Malay Nation.

This is the same nation that has a large number of people living in neighboring Malaysia.


If we talk about interesting facts about Singapore,

then 90% of the population in Singapore lives in their own homes.


Singapore’s gross per capita income is one of the tops in the world.
Gross per capita income has recently reached close to 57,000$.
Like Luxembourg and Vatican City
Singapore is a country in the world that is the capital and the country itself.


People living in Singapore are called Singaporeans.


Singapore’s full name is the Republic of Singapore.

singapore language


and Malay is the national language of Singapore.

English Malay, Tamil is the most widely spoken languages ​​in Singapore.
The number of Chinese speakers is close to 51%.

Second is English, which is spoken by 32% of the population, followed by Malay.


The rest include Tamil and other foreign languages.
English is also used as the second-largest language.

In fact, English is the most widely used language.

Singapore’s calling code is plus 65.

Like other countries in the world, driving in Singapore is done from the left side.

You could call Singapore the City of Leaves because one in six people in Singapore would have ten thousand US dollars.


November, December, and January are the best months for light rain in Singapore.


Singapore was named after a lion.


But in reality, there are no lions in Singapore except zoo lions.
In Coca-Cola’s shopping center in Singapore, there are machines in which you have to grab the machine with both hands after depositing money.
to be continued………….

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