Blake Jackson 7 Period


Singapore is a amazing country. Singapore may be one of the smallest countries in the world...... But it is also one of the productive countries in the world. Singapore is covered by highways, factories ,office buildings, and docks. It is a free port a place where goods can be loaded or unloaded, stored and shipped without payment and import taxes. So you can save money in Singapore maybe that’s why Singapore is so rich. Singapore has a population of 5,353,494. Singapore's factories make high-tech goods which consumers can buy. The people living there say that they love the life style because it’s so high-tech. Singapore is really clean if you litter it’s a fine but that’s why it’s so clean. That’s why Singapore is amazing and why you should come visit.

The land where money goes round and round.

Singapore's Climate

Singapore has a hot, humid climate. Most of the islands of Singapore lay near sea level. The average temperature is 80 degrees Fahrenheit. The highest point, Timah Hill, is only 581 feet above sea level. Sea breezes cool the country so it rarely rises above 94 Fahrenheit. The main island receives about 95 inches of rain each year. Only 2% of Singapore’s land is used for farming. The wettest months are from November to March, when the northeast monsoons blow. The dry season is from June to October. Thunderstorms are common in the months between the monsoons. But overall Singapore has nice weather.

Sinapore's culture

Buddhist, Muslim, Taoist, Hindu, Catholic, Christian are most of the cultures they have. Singapore has a wonderful blend of culture which also why you should come because they have so many to choose from. Chinese, Malay, Indian are the ethnic groups they have. That’s also why you should come to Singapore.

Singapore population

Singapore is highly populated. It has about 5,353,494 people. It has a lot of people that’s why it’s so wealthy. If each person does there job more and more income comes into the country. So if you come to work you could earn a lot of money from a job. Or you can help the people working make money by buying our high-tech goods.

Singapore's Culture/population

With how highly populated Singapore is that’s why it has so many blends of culture. The people of Singapore work hard at what they do that’s why it’s so populated because every one works hard to keep the placed nice, clean, and beautiful. If they didn't have so many different cultures to choose from they would be really unevenly populated by culture. But sense there are so many people, we have many cultures to choose from. So you will have many choices in Singapore, another reason why you should come visit.

Singapore's Government

Singapore's government is a parliamentary republic. Singapore got its independence from Britain, then after merging with Malaysia, Singapore left Malaysia in August 9, 1965. Today Singapore is a standalone country. To be eligible to vote at a contested election in any region, your name must be on the latest certified register of electors for that region. The full Judicial power in Singapore is vested in the Supreme Court as well as subordinate courts by the Constitution of Singapore. The Supreme Court consists of the Court of Appeal and the High Court. The Court of Appeal exercises appellate criminal and civil jurisdiction, while the High Court exercises both original and appellate criminal and civil jurisdiction. The Chief Justice, Judges of Appeal, Judicial Commissioners and High Court Judges are appointed by the President from candidates recommended by the Prime Minister.

Singapore's Citizenship

In Singapore to vote you have to be at least 21 years old. Singapore Education was launched by the Singapore Government in 2003 to establish and promote Singapore as a premier education hub and help international students make an informed decision on studying in Singapore. All people have the right to vote, except a person is disqualified from voting in certain circumstances, which include engaging in acts incompatible with being a Singapore citizen, being of unsound mind, or being in prison for committing a criminal offence. The constitutionality of the statutory provisions denying prisoners the right to vote has not yet become an issue in Singapore, though it has been controversial in some foreign jurisdictions.

Singapore's Econoy

Singapore has a highly developed and successful free-market economy. It is a open and corruption-free environment, stable prices, and a per capita GDP higher than that of most developed countries. Over the longer time, the government hopes to establish a new growth path that focuses on raising productivity, which has sunk to a compound annual growth rate of just 1.8% in the last decade.

Singapore's Economy

Singapore's economy depends heavily on exports, particularly in consumer electronics, information technology products, pharmaceuticals, and on a growing financial services sector. Singapore has attracted major investments in pharmaceuticals and medical technology production and will continue efforts to make Singapore as Southeast Asia's financial and high-tech hub.

List of what Singapore exports. (Below)

Electronics and Chemicals.

Major Exports for Singapore is as followed but in no particular category: - Integrated Circuits - Computers - Computer parts and Accessories - Crude Oil - Ship and Aircraft Bunkers Major Exports for Singapore is as followed but in no particular category: - Integrated Circuits - Computers - Computer parts and Accessories - Crude Oil - Ship and Aircraft Bunkers.