Singapore is a small state on the island of the same name in the Strait of Malacca, which connects the Pacific Ocean with the Indian Ocean. The territory of the country today is just over 700 square meters. km, but increases annually due to the dumping of new areas in the sea. Despite such a tiny size, Singapore has a powerful economy, and the standard of living here is one of the highest in the world.
The island, located at the crossroads of important trade routes, has a rich historical past. There is something to see for both connoisseurs of natural beauties and lovers of urban architecture. Singapore is especially famous for its ultra-modern buildings with unusually beautiful skyscrapers, multi-level road interchanges, huge shopping and entertainment complexes. There are also ancient monuments left from the colonial era, when Singapore was a military base of the British Empire. Let us consider in more detail the most interesting places and sights of Singapore.
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