City of Millionaires

  • Singapore is the third most populous region in the world after Macau and Monaco.
  • Singapore is the easiest place to trade by the World Bank.
  • Singapore is very interested in toilets and the World Toilet Organization was established on November 19, 2001 in Singapore.
  • Singapore has the lowest level of corruption in Asia and the fifth lowest in the world.
  • In 1979, Singapore launched a national ethics campaign to teach Singaporeans ethics and behavior. In 2001, the campaign was renamed the Singapore Kindness Movement.
  • November 7 is Singapore National Arbor Day. On this day, all Singaporeans, from the Prime Minister to the students, plant trees.
  • Singaporeans are the fastest pedestrians on the planet.
  • Chewing gum is banned in Singapore and carries heavy fines unless authorized by a doctor.
  • Elevators in Singapore have a urine detection device and in case of urination, locks the doors until the police arrive.
  • Failure to flush a public toilet in Singapore is a crime and you will be punished.
  • Singapore is the fifth largest importer of weapons in the world.
  • The five stars on the Singapore national flag represent the ideals of democracy, peace, progress, justice and equality. Red means brotherhood while white represents purity.
  • Singaporean children in the World Math and Science Education Ranking by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) are generally smarter than the rest.
  • Children and plants are the heart and soul of Singapore. Asia’s first garden is Jacob ballas.
  • Singapore Zoo is known as the best zoo in Asia and the third zoo in the world.
  • The national symbol of Singapore is The Merlion, a creature that is half lion and half fish.
  • Singapore National Stadium, with a capacity of 55,000 people, has the largest retractable dome with a diameter of 312 meters.
  • Singapore Botanic Garden is 156 years old and has 4.5 million visitors
  • Singapore, like the Vatican and Monaco, has one city in the world.
  • The Singapore national anthem is printed on $ 1,000 bills.
  • Lee Kuan Yew made Singapore the first countries level in the world in almost 30 years.
  • 17% of Singaporeans have a fortune of more than $ 1 million or more, making them the richest people in the world.
  • Singapore has been selected as the most expensive city in the world in 2016.
  • The Asian tiger is a nickname given to the economies of four Asian countries, Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan, which grew significantly in the late 20th century.
  • Changi Airport in Singapore was selected as the best airport in the world in 2016.
  • Singapore’s diversity made English, a combination of English and Singaporean, the real language of the country.


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