The Republic of Singapore, mostly referred to as Singapore, is an island city-state located in Southeast Asia, at the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula. Due to its location, only one degree north of the equator, Singapore experiences high temperatures throughout the year with average being around 80 degrees Fahrenheit (26.66 Celsius).
The port of Singapore is the largest in south-east Asia and is one of the busiest in the world.
Fun facts about Singapore:
Despite its name (“Lion City” in Sanskrit) there are no, and have never been, lions in Singapore (outside of a zoo)
Due to its ethnic diversity, there are four official languages in Singapore: English, Chinese, Tamil and Malay
In addition to the main island, Singapore includes 63 additional islands, most of which are uninhabited
Singapore is known for its market economy. It is considered one of the freest, most innovative, competitive, dynamic, and business-friendly in the world. Of the original “Four Asian Tigers”, which consists of Hong Kong, South Korea, Taiwan, and Singapore, it has the highest GPA per capita. In fact, from 1965 to 1995, the growth rate averaged 6 cents per annum, completely transforming the living standards of the people in the area.
AA Global Printing in Singapore
AA Global Printing is proud to have strong relationships with vendors in Singapore. Our full-service print shops and concierge service in Singapore makes it easy for you to print and package all kinds of products, brochures, flyers and more! You can print what you need, where you need with just a phone call to +1 (617) 581-0744 or email to email@example.com
We work with both international print fulfillment as well as domestic to make the printing process as easy as possible no matter where you are printing from. Whether you want to print from overseas like the United States to Singapore, or nearby from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur, AA Global Printing can help get the job done. Check out some of the services that we offer:
AA Global Printing Services in Singapore
My Singapore – A personal perspective from Aron Blume
Over the course of many visits to Singapore I have been introduced to the very diverse cuisine of this vibrant city/state. From Malay to Chinese to Indian kitchens. From gastronomic wizardry at high-end restaurants to amazing street food, posh club fare to food courts, there is always something for every palate and every schedule. My personal favorite: Chicken-rice (officially “Hainanese chicken rice) a steaming dish of poached chicken and delicately-seasoned rice, served with an array of garnishes – chili sauce, pickles and others.