Singapore At Random
Did you know? Singapore is made up of one main island and 63 small islets, but has a total area of just 265 square miles. There are five lighthouses in Singapore. Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew, always sensitive to heat and humidity, once hailed the air-conditioner as one of mankind's greatest inventions.
This title includes a wonderful collection of fascinating facts, amazing anecdotes, and incredible stories celebrating the unique nature and diversity that is Singapore. From chewing gum bans to bizarre courtesy campaigns to the distinctive Singaporean linguistic landscape and some of the region's most notable personalities, Singapore at Random brings together a whole host of anecdotes, statistics, quotes, facts, recipes, folklore, and other unusual tidbits. Peppered with attractive illustrations throughout, this an irresistible celebration of the boundless diversity that makes Singapore so unique, delightful for locals and tourists alike.
Hardback: 160 Pages
Product Dimensions: 151 x 216 mm
Published by Editions Dider Millet