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Singapore True or False?

Can you guess whether these statements about the Singapore are true or false?
Quiz by carrow
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Last updated: September 23, 2021
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First submittedSeptember 23, 2021
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1. Singapore has a tropical climate and is extremely humid year-round
True
False
2. Singapore is the world's only city-state
True
False
Monaco and Vatican City are also city-states
3. The tallest building in Southeast Asia is in Singapore
True
False
The tallest building in Southeast Asia is Landmark 51 in Ho Chi Minh City
4. The Singapore Sling is the city's major shopping district
True
False
The Singapore Sling is a cocktail
5. Singapore used to be part of Malaysia
True
False
Singapore was a Malaysian state between 1963 and 1965
6. Mandarin is one of Singapore's official languages
True
False
English, Malay and Tamil are the others
7. Singapore hosts the headquarters of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations
True
False
ASEAN headquarters are in Jakarta
8. Singapore has no military
True
False
9. Chewing gum is generally banned from sale in Singapore
True
False
10. A majority of Singaporeans are Muslim
True
False
Only 15% of Singaporeans are Muslim
11. Singapore outranks Japan on the Human Development Index
True
False
12. Singapore has had only three prime ministers since independence
True
False
13. The Singapore Exchange is the oldest stock exchange in Asia
True
False
The Bombay Stock Exchange is the oldest stock exchange in Asia
14. Homosexuality is illegal in Singapore
True
False
15. In World War II, British forces in Singapore held out against the besieging Japanese army for over a year
True
False
Singapore fell to the Japanese after just a week, in the largest British surrender in history
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