Singapur

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US$ 124,001,000,000
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A symbol of Singapore, the Merlion was created in 1964
The Singapore Botanic Gardens is the only tropical garden to be inscribed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
A scene in a street market in Chinatown, Singapore, during the Chinese New Year holidays.
Domed performing arts centre with spikes reminiscent of a durian fruit
Esplanade performing arts centre, fronting Marina Bay.

Tlācatlahtohcāyōtl Singapur ahnōzo Singapur (Malasiatlahtōlli: Singapura), tlācatiyān īpan Asia. Singapur ītēcuacān ca.