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Singapore is an island state city on the coast in southern Malaysia and is a global financial center with a tropical climate and a multicultural population. Its colonial nucleus focuses on the Padang, a cricket field dating from the 1830s and is currently surrounded by large buildings, such as the City Hall, with its 18 Corinthian columns. In the Chinatown of Singapore, dating from the 1820s, is the Buddha's Tooth Relic temple, which supposedly houses one of Buddha's teeth.

Area: 719.1 km²

Population: 5,612,253(2017)

Area code: 65

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Weather: Singapore is located in the tropics and has been controlled by the equatorial low-pressure zone for many years. It is an equator and rainy climate with a small annual temperature difference and a small daily temperature difference. The average temperature is between 23 and 34 ° C, the average annual rainfall is around 2,400 mm, and the humidity is between 65% and 90%. The rainy season from November to January to March of the following year is unstable due to the relatively humid northeast monsoon. Usually there will be thunderstorms in the afternoon, with an average low temperature of 24 to 25 °C. From June to September, the southwesterly wind is the most dry. In the alternating monsoon months, that is from April to May, and from October to November, the wind on the ground is weak and the sun is hot, and the maximum temperature in the island can reach 35 °C.