UEC Singapore Forum
this online forum, my students now have a voice to express their
views about different countries and/or share their overseas travels
with the online community.
First stop was America.
Then Saudi Arabia, Canada, England,
Singapore (this page), and so on, all
over the world, in accordance with the
list of countries at the bottom of this page!
Please share your opinions below. It'll be a
pleasure to hear your input. And by all means, be sure to
comment on and rate the other students' comments as well.
Please share your views about Singapore
Do you have an opinion about Singapore? Have you ever traveled there before or do you have a friend from Singapore? Any opinions about the interesting Singapore culture, like the multi-ethnic society, delicious food, vibrant economy, cosmopolitan lifestyle, etc.?
Please share your views about what you like or dislike about Singapore!
What Other Students Have Said
Click below to see contributions from other students...
The Singapore island resort of Sentosa
Singapore is the city-state country which is surrounded by all types of skyscrapers. Wherever you go, you cannot be separated from the cement buildings. …
Two things I know about Singapore
What I know about Singapore is that it is a South East Asian country and that its economy has grown very fast in the late 20th century.
And about the …
Singapore is a fine city
"Singapore is a fine city" is a British saying whose double meaning implies the horrendous penalties for even the smallest offence. Vandalism, buying/selling/eating …
Singapore from Thai History
Singapore was known first in the 3rd century by the Chinese. At that time, they called Singapore "Pulau Chung" (Island of the Cape), but …
Singapore, the Lion City...?
Singapore means Lion City in Sanskrit, named this by its founder Sang Nila Utama. Everybody would think that this city-state would have pretty lions, …
Strict laws in Singapore
20 years ago, Singapore, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and South Korea were called the Four Asian Tigers, because these four countries presented a powerful economic …
The World's Richest Country
Lately, I have read a wealth report which put tiny Singapore on the top of the charts this time, as the wealthiest nation in the world by GDP per capita, …
Chewing gum in Singapore
Since it's not fun to learn useful information, most of what I know regarding other countries are usually funny and/or weird things and this goes especially …
Merlion and Singapore English
My image of Singapore is Merlion. Its head is a lion and its body is a fish, and it jets water from its mouth. I have thought Singapore has only one Merlion, …
Singapore and China
As a Chinese, I have to admit that I have a complex feeling about Singapore. In its history, most people in Singapore have a Chinese ancestor. They arrived …
After gaining independence, Singapore has become one of the most wealthiest and developed countries in the world. During the British rule, Britain used …
Singlish is English which is being spoken in Singapore and has some strong accents. It has an very unique accent which includes mixed Chinese, Malayan, …
A Place Where Miracles Happen
Singapore is an island state, which is located in the southeast of Asia. I have never been there before, and I know nobody in Singapore, either. Even though …
Singapore is a country in Asia which is very near to China. I have never been there, but some of my friends are studying there. They told me that Singapore …
The City of Lions
Singapore seems to me an interesting place because of the different cultures which are formed. I would like to travel to Singapore and to learn a bit about …
The only thing I know about Singapore is about the Japanese occupation during WWII in which Singapore had another name, something like "south island" in …
I was in the RoboCup team of my university. A few years ago the RoboCup world cup took place in Singapore. Of course, our team participated in this tournament, …
Food of Singapore
I don’t know about Singapore well. Actually I know only Merlion. So I browsed some website. In Singapore, there are some tasty foods, for example bobochacha. …
Small but crowded
Even though Singapore is one of the 20 smallest countries in the world, it consists only of one main island and 63 (yes, that many!) other islands. But …
Singapore is a developed country in Asia, that has to maximize the efficiency of a city-state. The country has the world’s top level of business infrastructure. …
More on rules in Singapore
There are over 40,000 illegal offences in Singapore. Yes, it's wise to be careful in this notoriously over-regulated state. Among things that can get you …
Singapore Science Center
I have been in Singapore once with my cousins when we were invited by one of our aunts who lived there. That was my first experience to visit another country. …
In Singapore their official language is English. But about 80% of the population of Singapore is Chinese. So Singaporeans who speak English have some impact …
There are very few civilized countries more severe than Singapore's punishment. Even the litter, smoking in public places, and not blunt public toilets …
Stress Rate in Singapore
Singapore is a small country located near my home town, Medan, Indonesia. It takes 1 hour by plane from Medan to Singapore and thus I am quite familiar …
Singapore—a city state
Singapore is a city country, and the original intention is 'Lion City.' According to the historical records of Malay, a Sumatran prince encountered a lion. …
Strict rules in Singapore
When I stayed in Singapore, I was surprised that the trains were very clean. I wondered why they were so clean. Then I found a notice inside the train. …
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