Outline of Singapore

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The location of Singapore
An enlargeable relief map of the Republic of Singapore, published in 1994

The following outline is provided as an overview and topical guide to Singapore:

Singaporesovereign republic comprising the main island of Singapore and smaller outlying islands which are located at the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula in Southeast Asia.[1] Singapore lies 137 kilometres (85 mi) north of the equator, south of the Malaysian state of Johor and north of Indonesia's Riau Islands. Singapore is one of three remaining true city-states in the world. It is the second smallest nation in Asia.

General reference[edit]

An enlargeable basic map of Singapore, published in 2003

Geography of Singapore[edit]

Geography of Singapore

An enlargeable British Military map of Singapore dated 1945

Environment of Singapore[edit]

An enlargeable satellite image of Singapore

Natural geographic features of Singapore[edit]

Sunset at Lower Peirce Reservoir, photographed on 25 December 2005

Regions of Singapore[edit]

Urban planning areas, an example of subdivisions in Singapore

Administrative divisions of Singapore[edit]

Subdivisions of Singapore


Demography of Singapore[edit]

Demographics of Singapore

Population structure[edit]

The religions of Singapore by ethnic group in 2000
  • Population (end June 2018): 5,638,700[5]
    • Resident population: 3,994,300 (70.8%).
    • Non-resident population: 1,644,400 (29.1%)
  • Population density (2018): 7,804 per km2[5]
  • Sex ratio of residents (end June 2018): 959 males per 1,000 females[5]
  • Median age of residents (2018): 40.8 years[5]
  • Age composition of residents (2009): 0–14 years – 14.8%, 15–64 years – 71.5%, 65 years and above – 13.7%[5]
  • Ethnic composition of residents (June 2018): Chinese – 2,969,281 (74.3%), Malays – 535,824 (13.4%), Indians – 360,528 (9.0%), others – 128,650 (3.2%)
  • Proportion single among residents aged 35–39 years (2017): men – 20.5%, women – 17.3%[5]
  • Average resident household size (2017): 3.3 people[5]

Family formation and dissolution[edit]

The demographic of Singapore until 2005, Number of inhabitants in thousands. (Data:FAO
  • Total marriages (2017): 28,212[5]
    • Median age at first marriage (2017): men – 30.5 years, women – 28.9 years
  • Total divorces and annulments (2017): 7,578[5]

Fertility rate[edit]


Government and politics of Singapore[edit]

Parliament House, photographed on 18 October 2002

Branches of the government of Singapore[edit]

Politics of Singapore

Executive branch of the government of Singapore[edit]

Government of Singapore

Legislative branch of the government of Singapore[edit]

Judicial branch of the government of Singapore[edit]

Judicial system of Singapore

Foreign relations of Singapore[edit]

Foreign relations of Singapore

International organization membership[edit]

The Republic of Singapore is a member of the:[1]

Law and order in Singapore[edit]

Copies of the Singapore Law Reports at the Library of the Supreme Court of Singapore

Law of Singapore

Military of Singapore[edit]

Military of Singapore

History of Singapore[edit]

1888 German map of Singapore

Culture of Singapore[edit]

Culture of Singapore

A sign written in Singapore's four official languages
A statue of the Merlion

Religion in Singapore[edit]

Religion in Singapore

Art in Singapore[edit]

The Esplanade, a performing arts centre

Sports in Singapore[edit]

Sports in Singapore

Economy and infrastructure of Singapore[edit]

Economy of Singapore

Transport in Singapore[edit]

Transport in Singapore

Road Transport in Singapore[edit]

A public bus in Singapore

Road transport in Singapore

Aviation in Singapore[edit]

A Singapore Airlines Airbus A380 at Singapore Changi Airport

Aviation in Singapore

Rail transport in Singapore[edit]

A diagram of the physical spread of the MRT and LRT network across the island (includes lines under construction).
Monorails in Singapore[edit]
Light Rapid Transit[edit]
Mass Rapid Transit[edit]
A Mass Rapid Transit train

Transport operators of Singapore[edit]

A Comfort-DelGro owned taxi in Singapore.

Transport disasters in Singapore[edit]

Education in Singapore[edit]

Students in Singapore

Education in Singapore

See also[edit]



  1. ^ a b "Singapore". The World Factbook. United States Central Intelligence Agency. 2 July 2009. Archived from the original on 28 December 2010. Retrieved 23 July 2009.
  2. ^ Victoria Vaughan (21 July 2009), "S'pore group head to China for rare glimpse", The Straits Times.
  3. ^ a b c Ho Juay Choy; Dickson Yeo (2008), Singapore Country Report – A Regional Review on the Economics of Climate Change in Southeast Asia. Report Submitted for RETA 6427: A Regional Review of the Economics of Climate Change in Southeast Asia, Manila: Asian Development Bank; Amresh Gunasingham (16 July 2009), "Less rain over last 30 years: Experts cite climate change and rapid industrialisation to explain fluctuating rainfall", The Straits Times (Home), p. B1.
  4. ^ a b Amresh Gunasingham (11 March 2010), "Showers bring cool relief: Dry spell may be over as air quality improves after two straight days of rain", The Straits Times (Home), p. B2.
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m Population Trends 2018 (PDF), Singapore Department of Statistics, September 2018, archived (PDF) from the original on 13 November 2018, retrieved 22 May 2019
  6. ^ Radha Basu (15 August 2009), "Baby bonus has had little impact so far: One positive trend is the rise in the number of first-time parents", The Straits Times, p. A1. To replace itself, a population requires a TFR of 2.1 or higher.
  7. ^ Centre, UNESCO World Heritage. "Singapore Botanic Gardens". UNESCO World Heritage Centre. Retrieved 1 September 2019.

External links[edit]

Wikimedia Atlas of Singapore

General Information