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Singapore is a small country on a small island, yet has a population of just over 5 million people. Located off southern tip of the Malay Peninsula, 137km north of the equator, Singapore's economy has been ranked amongst the world's 10 most open, competitive and innovative.

With 4 official languages; English, Mandarin Chinese, Malay and Tamil; Singapore’s multicultural nature is apparent. Riverside (Civic District) is Singapore’s colonial core - home to a sensational array of museums, theatres and statues, not to mention restaurants, bars and clubs.

Accommodation in Singapore is expensive by South-East Asian standards. There’s a wide selection of luxury hotels, including the famed Raffles Hotel, but cheaper alternatives are available. Backpackers hostels can primarily be found primarily in Little India, Bugis and the East Coast.

If you’re looking to give your credit card a workout, there are a great variety of shops all over the island. Suntec City Mall is the largest in Singapore, and is divided into four themed zones. At the heart of the complex is the Fountain of Wealth - certified as the world's largest fountain by The Guinness Book of Records.
Singapore officially became a British trading colony in 1824, after Thomas Stamford Raffles signed a treaty with Sultan Hussein Shah on behalf of the British East India Company. Singapore gained independence in 1965. It remains part of the Commonwealth.