By Courtney Ullarich

Singapore's Capital City

Singapore's Capital City is Singapore City.


The population of 2014 is 5,460,302 people


of 2014

The Physical Features

Singapore is close to the equator and very tropical.

Boundaries of Singapore

  • Malaysia is north of Singapore
  • Indonesia is East of Singapore
  • Malaysia and Indonesia are both South of Singapore
  • Sri Lanka is West of Singapore
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  • In 1959 Singapore gains independence from Great Britain.
  • Singapore and Malaysia split into two different nations.
  • In 1970 Singapore opens its first college.
  • In 1993 Ong Teng Cheong becomes the first directly elected President.

People & Places

  • Many Singapores' speak two different languages.
  • The main language is Singlish.
  • Buddhism is the most practiced religion.
  • Buddhism is the most practiced religion.
  • They have a place called Chinatown in Singapore.


  • Kids in Singapore usually have one or no siblings.
  • Kids in Singapore usually take care of their parents in old age.
  • Their homes are very small.
  • During World War 2 was a difficult time for Singapore.


  • They have to buy materials from other countries.
  • The PAP rules their independence.
  • They have to buy more food from Malaysia.
  • You have to be 21 to vote.
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Sports in Singapore

  • They call Soccer, Maie , meaning to play hard. They play in teams of three. Blue, red, and green are the colors of the teams.
  • They call Badminton, Jamlat, after the famous player Rie Jamlet. This game is played the same as the US, but they do it for fun not completion.
  • They call Basketball, Kailo, because it is played with a ball. They play it the same as we do.
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"Singapore." CultureGrams Kids Edition. ProQuest, 2014. Web. 1 Apr 2014.