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Where Singapore started from
Singapore is located at the southernmost tip of the Malay Peninsula, approximately 100 kilometers north of the equator and is, actually, mainland Asia's southernmost point
Singapore weather can be described as Tropical-Equatorial ("Tropical rainforest climate" to be more precise) and does not have distinct seasons. The main characteristics of this climate are: Stable, high temperature all year long, high humidity and abundant rainfall
Being a melting pot of different ethnicities and cultures, Singapore enjoys a great cultural diversity that features the distinctive traditions of the city's various groups.
Thanks to its multicultural population, Singapore celebrates the holidays of different religious and ethnic groups, and if that is not enough, it also hosts a number of international events... From cultural festivals to trade fairs and sport competitions.
Going out for dinner with family and friends is one of Singapore's most favorite pastimes. Food is a constant topic of conversation among Singaporeans who like to comment on the food they have eaten and the restaurants they visited... and that is no surprise... The country is, indeed, a gastronome's paradise and its restaurants offer a wide variety of cooking styles, flavors and aromas...
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