no...i have been there and there is lot of things that Singapore is better at than Singapore,i mean money-wise...they have better facilities
MRT is the abbreviation of Mass Rapid Transit. In Singapore, you would call it SMRT (S for Singapore). It is one of the main transport structures in Singapore and it is the train system.
If you mean Singapore then yes.
Singapore is 8 hours ahead of UTC, meaning that to get the time in Singapore add 8 hours to the time in London (Greenwich Mean Time).
It means 'Onward Singapore'.
Dublin is at (Greenwich Mean Time) GMT. Singapore is (Greenwich Mean Time) GMT +8 hours, ie. 8 hours ahead of Greenwich, England. If it is 13:00 in Dublin, it is 21:00 in Singapore.
The UK is at (Greenwich Mean Time) GMT. Singapore is (Greenwich Mean Time) GMT +8 hours, ie. 8 hours ahead of Greenwich, England. Singapore is 8 hours ahead of the UK. (Daylight savings not taken into account.)
If you are asking why its 'Singapore,singapore', its because there is only one state in Singapore
Singapore is the capital of Singapore as Singapore has no capital.
England (London) is at (Greenwich Mean Time) GMT. Singapore is (Greenwich Mean Time) GMT +8 hours, ie. 8 hours ahead of Greenwich, England. England is 8 hours behind Singapore. (Daylight savings not taken into account.)
Public Trading Enterprise - Normally abbreviated as "PTE."
Uh .. Singapore is a country, with one city, which is Singapore .. That's why on addresses, it is seen as Singapore, Singapore .
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The capital of Singapore is.... Singapore.
The average temperature of Singapore is about 23°C to 31°C. Singapore is summer all-year-round as it is located near the Equator, and its rainy seasons are during May to July and end-October to early-February.
How many 'zones' you have traveled. Eg, if you traveled from sydney to london via singapore, then you will have travelled in two sectors, one to singapore and one to london.
Singapore is a city state and country of its own. Singapore doesn't have a capital, but the correct term of the capital you find in a atlas would be "Capital of Singapore: Singapore, Singapore"
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The capital of Singapore is simply Singapore.
Singapore is a country itself.
Singapore is an independent country. Its capital is Singapore.
The city of Singapore is in the country of Singapore.
Singapore does not have a Capital. In fact, the Oxford Dictionary states the Capital of the city of Singapore as Singapore. Singapore is really small, that's why.