Outline• 1)What country is it? Singapore• 2 )What is the total Population size of Singapore?• 3) What people groups live in Singapore?• 4) What is Singapore’s main source of economy?• 5) Where is Singapore located?• 6) What is Singapore current status in the
• Singapore is in fact one of the most enjoyable cities in Southeast Asia.• As you zoom in from one of the worlds best airports along the lushly tree- shaded expressway or on the zippy MRT train line, youll quickly realize this is no traffic-snarled Bangkok. And as you stroll through the fashion emporiums of Orchard Rd, poke around antique shops in Chinatown or take a walk around one of the dozens of beautiful city parks, youll know the city bears no comparison to crime. p u r ing a S
What is the total Population size ofSingapore? Resident Population 2007
Key Annual IndicatorsPopulation (Mid Year Estimates) & Land Area 2012Total Population 1/ (000) 5,312.4 Annual Growth 1/ (%) 2.5Singapore Residents 1/ (000) 3,818.2 Annual Growth (%) 1/ 0.8Singapore Citizens (000) 3,285.1 Annual Growth (%) 0.9Singapore Permanent Residents (000) 533.1 Annual Growth (%) 0.2Population Density (Per Sq Km) 7,257(for year 2011)Land Area (Sq km) 714.3(for year 2011) 2007
What people groups live in Singapore ? Singapore is a city-state packed with a great variety of people and culture.The dived into groups but still live in harmony.Communities Made up of the four main races, Language speaking, & Religion Religion 2010 Ethnic 2010 Language 2010 Buddhism 33.3 Chinese English 74.1 Christianity 32.3 18.3 Malays Mandarin No religion 13.4 35.6 17.0 (non-Mandarin) Chinese Dialects 14.3 Islam 14.7 Indians 9.2 Malay 12.2 Taoism /Chinese traditional beliefs 10.9 Eurasian Tamil 3.3 3.3 Hinduism 5.1 Other religions 0.
What is Singapores main source of economy?EXPORT, IMPORT AND TRADE: Singapore is the 14th largest exporter and the and the 15th largest importer in the world.• Historically, international trade has strongly influenced the economy. According to the WTO, Singapore has the highest trade to GDP ratio in the world at 407.9 percent. Due to its geostrategic location and developed port facilities, a large volume of Singapores merchandise exports involve entrepôt trade – with 47 percent of exports consisting of re-exports.• KEY INDUSTRIES NATURAL RESOURCES INFRASTRUCTURE
Where is Singapore located?Singapore is located Southeastern Asia, islands between Malaysia andIndonesia, lying just north of the equator on the southern tip of the MalayPeninsula in Southeast Asia, between the Indian Ocean and the SouthChina Sea.
What is Singapore current status in the world?• Singapore retains status as worlds busiest port the Port of Singapore. The former based its measurement on cargo tonnage handled (total weight of goods loaded and discharged), while the latter ranked in terms of shipping tonnage handled (total volume of ships handled).Port of Singapore, Singapore•Worlds busiest transshipment port.•Worlds busiest bunkering port since 1988.•Was the worlds busiest container port in1990, 1991, 1998, 2005-2009.•Was the worlds busiest port by cargotonnage until overtaken by Shanghai in 2005.
If you Like Singapore , visit this site toknow more about it & Plan your Trip!http://www.yoursingapore.com/content/traveller/en/experience.htm
Bibliography• "Singapore City." Lonely Planet. BBC Worldwide, n.d. Web. 27 Nov. 2012. <http://www.lonelyplanet.com/singapore/singapore-city>.• Government of Singapore. "Statistics Singapore - Key Annual Indicators." Statistics Singapore - Key Annual Indicators. Government of Singapore, 2007. Web. 27 Nov. 2012. <http://www.singstat.gov.sg/stats/keyind.html>.• "GuideMeSingapore." GuideMeSingapore. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Nov. 2012. <http://www.guidemesingapore.com/relocation/introduction/people-of- singapore>.• ECONOMY WATCH. "Economy Watch - Follow The Money." Singapore Exports, Imports and Trade. Stanley St Labs, n.d. Web. 27 Nov. 2012. <http://www.economywatch.com/world_economy/singapore/export- import.html>.
A particular slide catching your eye?
Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.